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Eva   

 
New Amsterdam Theatre, (12/30/1912 - 1/18/1913)
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Opening Date: Dec 30, 1912    
Closing Date: Jan 18, 1913 Total Performances: 24

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Main office of a glass-factory in Belgium, on a Sunday morning. Garden of factory owner's mansion at night. Ellie's apartment in Paris on a winter afternoon 5 months later.



Production Staff
Produced by Klaw & Erlanger
Book by Glen MacDonough; Music by Franz Lehár; Lyrics by Glen MacDonough; Based on the original Viennese operetta "Eva" by Robert Bodansky and Dr. A. M. Willner; Musical Director: Hugo Reisenfeld
Staged by Herbert Gresham; Choreographed by Julian Mitchell
Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson; Lighting Design by Frank Detering
Cast
Marie AshtonEllie
Of the Folies Bergere
Edna BroderickYvonne
Viola CainMaid
Fawn ConwayHortense
Friend of Octave
Sallie FisherEva
An apprentice at the factory
W. T. FordEdmond
Friend of Octave
Alma FrancisPipsi Paquerette
A Parisienne in search of adventure
John GibsonMatthew
A porter
Walter LawrenceDagobert Millefleurs
Octave's butterfly unclem whom he struggles to ref
Alden McClaskieFreddie
Friend of Octave
Wallace McCutcheonAntoine
Private Secretary
T. J. McGraneLarousse
Foster-father of Eva and foreman of the factory
John Daly MurphyVoisin
Manager of the facotry
Walter PercivalOctave Flaubert
Parisian man about town who falls heir to the fact
Marie VernonLizette
Friend of Octave
music by Franz Lehar; lyrics by Glen MacDonough
ACT 1 Sung By
We'll the new master greetChorus
The Voice of ParisPipsi Paquerette (A Parisienne in search of adventure) and Dagobert Millefleurs (Octave's butterfly unclem whom he struggles to ref)
Vision SongEva (An apprentice at the factory)
Love is a PilgrimEva (An apprentice at the factory)
Joy and GlassOctave Flaubert (Parisian man about town who falls heir to the fact), Voisin (Manager of the facotry) and Dagobert Millefleurs (Octave's butterfly unclem whom he struggles to ref)
You are the foster fatherOctave Flaubert (Parisian man about town who falls heir to the fact), Eva (An apprentice at the factory) and Larousse (Foster-father of Eva and foreman of the factory)
ACT 2 Sung By
Let us whirl, swirl, twirl
The Starlight GuardsPipsi Paquerette (A Parisienne in search of adventure), Dagobert Millefleurs (Octave's butterfly unclem whom he struggles to ref) and Double Octette
Life Is a MasqueradeEva (An apprentice at the factory), Dagobert Millefleurs (Octave's butterfly unclem whom he struggles to ref) and Antoine (Private Secretary)
CinderellaOctave Flaubert (Parisian man about town who falls heir to the fact) and Eva (An apprentice at the factory)
To what I say, attention payDagobert Millefleurs (Octave's butterfly unclem whom he struggles to ref), Octave Flaubert (Parisian man about town who falls heir to the fact), Eva (An apprentice at the factory) and Pipsi Paquerette (A Parisienne in search of adventure)
ACT 3 Sung By
The Unrepentant ButterflyDagobert Millefleurs (Octave's butterfly unclem whom he struggles to ref) and Chorus
The Imp of MontmartrePipsi Paquerette (A Parisienne in search of adventure) and Octave Flaubert (Parisian man about town who falls heir to the fact)
Love is a PilgrimEva (An apprentice at the factory)
The Quarrel DuetPipsi Paquerette (A Parisienne in search of adventure) and Dagobert Millefleurs (Octave's butterfly unclem whom he struggles to ref)
Octave, I love you so!Eva (An apprentice at the factory) and Octave Flaubert (Parisian man about town who falls heir to the fact)