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Miss Princess   

 
Park Theatre , (12/23/1912 - 1/04/1913)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Dec 23, 1912   
Closing Date:Jan 04, 1913 Total Performances:16

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An American Operetta in Two Acts
Setting: Garden of the Ambassador in Washington in May. US Reservation on the Mexican Border in California in September.


Production Staff
Produced by John Cort
Book by Frank Mandel; Music by Alexander Johnstone; Lyrics by Will B. Johnstone; Featuring songs with lyrics by Hiram E. Russell; Featuring songs by Johann Strauss; Musical Director: Max Bendix
Costume Design by Elsie DeWolfe, Lucile and Wachner and Company
Cast
Lina Abarbanell Princess Polonia
Edith Allen Debutante
Beatrice Bertrand Society Girl
Irma Bertrand Debutante
Albert Borneman Private Ryan
16th U.S. Cavalry
Anna Breucher Debutante
Donald Buchanan Corporal Stephens
16th U.S. Cavalry
Bessie Clyne Debutante
Billy Cohen Ambassador
Doris DeWilde Society Girl
Manny Duprez Ambassador
Margaret Farrell Hypathia Caldwell
The Senator's daughter
Louise Foster Countess Matilda
Polonia's chaperon
Gladys Fox Debutante
Billie Francis Debutante
Isabel C. Francis Baroness von Vetter
Thomas Fudger Guest
Margaret Gordon Matron
Felix Haney Sergeant Tim McGrew
16th U.S. Cavalry
Edith Hardlow Society Girl
Fannie Hasbrouck Matron
Ben Hendricks Baron Gustav von Vetter
Ambassador to the United States
Dorothy Honey Society Girl
John Hope Guest
Paula Keane Matron
Richard King Ambassador
Grace Lavelle Matron
Nathan Lawson Guest
Thomas Lee Ambassador
Henri Leoni Prince Alexis
Anna McConville Debutante
Emmet McDonald Ambassador
Catherine McMahon Society Girl
Mellis Merrill Matron
Charles P. Morrison Senator Caldwell
Frank Mullen Ambassador
Frank O'Neil Ambassador
John H. Pratt Lincoln T. Creery
Asst. U.S. Secretary of War
Maybelle Pratt Matron
Robert Prein Guest
Bernard Ravage Ambassador
Ralph Raymond Guest
George Sawyer Guest
Gwen Sears Society Girl
Charles Sloane Guest
Evelyn Smith Society Girl
May Stockton Matron
Lulu Strater Society Girl
Robert Warwick Captain Merton Raleigh
16th U.S. Cavalry
Violet Whitney Matron
Josephine Whittell Frau Kattrina De Creusi
Known as the Human Spider
Billie Wood Debutante
music by Alexander Johnstone; lyrics by Will B. Johnstone
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
I Never Had a Kiss Prince Alexis and Frau Kattrina De Creusi (Known as the Human Spider)
Give Me Love, Love, Love Princess Polonia and Ensemble
Ay Oomps Sergeant Tim McGrew (16th U.S. Cavalry) and Ensemble
The Wireless Way Princess Polonia and Prince Alexis
Humpty Dumpty Captain Merton Raleigh (16th U.S. Cavalry) and Ensemble
It Might Have Been Princess Polonia and Captain Merton Raleigh (16th U.S. Cavalry)
Behind the Scenes Frau Kattrina De Creusi (Known as the Human Spider), Hypathia Caldwell (The Senator's daughter), Countess Matilda (Polonia's chaperon), Prince Alexis, Baron Gustav von Vetter (Ambassador to the United States) and Sergeant Tim McGrew (16th U.S. Cavalry)
ACT 2Sung By
The Galloping Cavalree Captain Merton Raleigh (16th U.S. Cavalry) and Soldiers
A Little Red Book and a Five Cent Bag
(lyrics by Hiram E. Russell)
Sergeant Tim McGrew (16th U.S. Cavalry) and Soldiers
Come My Sweetheart
(music by Johann Strauss)
Princess Polonia and Ensemble
Temperamental Dances Hypathia Caldwell (The Senator's daughter) and Ensemble
Queen Thou Art Princess Polonia and Prince Alexis
The Princess Can't Be Found, Sir Ensemble
Pillow Number
Pillow Number Princess Polonia, Prince Alexis and Ensemble
Pillow Number girls