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All for the Ladies   

Lyric Theatre , (12/30/1912 - 4/05/1913)
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Opening Date:Dec 30, 1912   
Closing Date:Apr 05, 1913 Total Performances:112

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: France

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Book by Henry Blossom; Music by Alfred G. Robyn; Lyrics by Henry Blossom; Based on the French farce "Aime des Femmes" by Maurice Hennequin; Musical Director: John Lund
Costume Design by Melville Ellis; Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge and William Castle
May Allen Chorus
Stewart Baird Hector Renaud
Gladys Benjamin Chorus
Anna Berg Chorus
Sam Bernard Leon von Laubenheim
Of Pantural, Clemente & Co.
Florence Bowers Chorus
Jean Brae Chorus
William Brandell Chorus
Edna Carruthers Marquis de Calvados
Gladys Clifton Chorus
Max D'Arcy Charles
Viola Ford Chorus
Alice Gentle Georgette Clemente
Henry M. Holt Francois
A valet
Rose Huber Chorus
Camille Irving Chorus
Helen Knight Chorus
Amy Leicester Baroness des Herbettes
Lillie Leslie Finette
Paula Leslie Chorus
Rose Leslie Chorus
Maxie MacDonald Augusta
Louise Meyers Marie
A typewriter
Frank Meyrose Chorus
Winnie Munroe Chorus
Edward Myers Chorus
William Nau Chorus
Robert Newman Chorus
Margery Pearson Madam Suzette
Leo's assistant
Daniel Piel Chorus
Homer Potts Chorus
Adele Ritchie Nancy Panturel
Lena Robinson Grand Duchess Alexia of Russia
Vivian Rogers Chorus
Birdie Sargeant Chorus
Nathalie Saymore Chorus
G.A. Schiller Alphonse Clemente
Harry Semels Chorus
Hazel Sexton Chorus
Marta Spears Blanche
Anita Tremper Chorus
Jerome Uhl General Villefranche
Margaret Vinton Chorus
Hery Ward Chorus
Teddy Webb Ernest Panturel
Arthur Webner Gaston LeBlanc
Arthur Wells Chorus
Charles Williams Chorus
Sue Young Chorus
music by Alfred G. Robyn; lyrics by Henry Blossom
If You Love Me, Marry Me Marie (A typewriter)
I'd Like a Girl Like You to Like Me Hector Renaud and Marie (A typewriter)
The Sunday Dress Parade Nancy Panturel, Georgette Clemente and Hector Renaud
ACT 1Sung By
What a Change Ensemble
Cupid is a Cruel Master Blanche (Model), Augusta (Model) and Finette (Model)
A la Parisienne Marie (A typewriter) and Models
It's Permissible Leon von Laubenheim (Of Pantural, Clemente & Co.)
ACT 2Sung By
Paris, Paris Leo's Guests
Women, Women Leon von Laubenheim (Of Pantural, Clemente & Co.) and Male Chorus
(I Live But) In Dreams Alone Georgette Clemente