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Hippodrome Theatre, (8/30/1913 - 3/28/1914)
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Opening Date: Aug 30, 1913    
Closing Date: Mar 28, 1914 Total Performances: 360

Category: Musical, Revue, Spectacle, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in three acts, a prologue and 15 Scenes

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Book by John P. Wilson; Music by Manuel Klein; Lyrics by Manuel Klein; Musical Director: Manuel Klein; Assistant Musical Dir.: Philip Lemlein; Additional lyrics by John P. Wilson
Conceived by Arthur Voegtlin; Staged by William J. Wilson; Resident Stage Director: William G. Stewart
Costume Design by Laura McGeachey, P. J. Mathews and Will R. Barnes
Stage Manager: Joseph L. Hanrahan; Assistant Stage Mgr: Billie Belton and Harry Millirns
George AdamsColumbus
Old Cracker
Elsie BairdLucy Mortimer
Haywood's accomplice
Angel BarbaraCon Carne Vendor
Angelo BarbornHi Stebbens
a farm hand
Nina ChapmanDancing Ensemble
Alex CraigTrain Caller
Margaret CrawfordMrs. Beacon-Hill
a chaperone
Lola's friend
Nellie DonerSallie Perkins
a milkmaid
Sa Ko En Te ThaIndian Chief
Equila BrothersSpecialty
Stanley FergusonDancing Ensemble
Johnny FlemingDancing Ensemble
Flash Negro
John FosterJohn Strong
a New England farmer
Manager of Ponce de Leon Hotel
"The Colonel"
Commandant at Panama
Albert FroomeMacklin Haywood
an underground spy
Felix HaneyJason Sellers
a farm boy
Spook HansonDancing Ensemble
Harry L. JacksonCaptain Wilkes
of the US Calvary
Harry La PearlA Yokel
Dancing Ensemble
Shellfish Vendor
John LovelyDancing Ensemble
Maybelle McDonaldLola
the Pearl of Panama
Vivian Phillips
Forsythe's sweetheart
Tommy MullinsMillionaire
E. Percy ParsonsJohn
the blacksmith
"Cherokee Bill" Phelps
a western sheriff
A Vaquero
Jack PritchardDancing Ensemble
Joseph Redman"Slippery Sam" Crocker
Haywood's pal
a Panama Swell
William C. ReidLieut. Frank Forsythe
of the US Engineers
Jeanne RibierreSolo Dancer
Harold A. RobeProfessor Strunz
an ethical instructor
Eddie RussellDancing Ensemble
James SmithDancing Ensemble
Daisy SmytheSolo Dancer
Harry TaylorDancing Ensemble
The Phyllis EquestriansSpecialty
The WalthoursSpecialty
The Wonderful WoodchoppersSpecialty
Von SchettkaSolo Dancer
Irene WardSamantha Stubbs
a housekeeper
Millionaire's Wife
Lola's friend
Jack WarrenDetectice Scalds
of the Secret Service
Fib WhitesideSolo Dancer
music by Manuel Klein; lyrics by Manuel Klein
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Though Hearts We May SecureMrs. Beacon-Hill (a chaperone) and Professor Strunz (an ethical instructor)
Good-Bye, HiramCollege Boys
My Wife's GoneMen
A Gay ExcursionMrs. Beacon-Hill (a chaperone) and Professor Strunz (an ethical instructor)
The U.S.A. LimitedLieut. Frank Forsythe (of the US Engineers) and Entire Ensemble
The Girl in the Gingham (Gown)John (the blacksmith), Vivian Phillips (Forsythe's sweetheart), Haywagon Girls, Milkmaids, Haymakers and Farm Hands
Dark Eyes (Am Now A Shinin' for You)
(lyrics by John P. Wilson)
The Overseers
Mister Soldier ManSextette and Ensemble
Ragtime in the AirEntire Hippodrome Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Merry Little Chop ChopThe Wonderful Woodchoppers