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High Jinks   

Lyric Theatre, (12/10/1913 - circa. 1/1914)
Casino Theatre, (1/12/1914 - 6/13/1914)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 10, 1913    
Closing Date: Jun 13, 1914 Total Performances: 213

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Dr. Thorne's Flower Garden near Paris and the Hotel DePavillion

Production Staff
Produced by Arthur Hammerstein
Book by Leo Ditrichstein and Otto Hauerbach; Music by Rudolf Friml; Lyrics by Otto Hauerbach; Based on the farce "Before and After" by Leo Ditrichstein; Adapted from a French farce 'Les Dragees d'Hercule' by Maurice Hennequin and Paul Bilhaud; Musical Director: Paul Schindler; Featuring songs by George L. Cobb; Featuring songs with lyrics by Jack Yellen
Directed by Frank Smithson
Scenic Design by Theodore Reisig; Costume Design by B. Altman & Company
Violette ArmstrongChorus
Burrell BarbarettoDick Wayne
Billy BlaneChorus
Bessie BrownChorus
Marion BrownChorus
(M) CantryChorus
(M) CliffordChorus
(M) CooperChorus
Naomi DaleChorus
Valla DaresChorus
M. DavisChorus
Alberta DeVereChorus
Marie DeVoeChorus
May DoughertyChorus
Lola EdwardsChorus
Snitz EdwardsFritz Denkmahl
Gladys FeldmanMrs. Thorne's Companion
Blanche FieldMaid
Yewell FieldsChorus
(M) ForbesChorus
Edith GardnerMme. Rabelais
Eileen GeraldChorus
Elsie GergleyPage
Greta GleasonChorus
Elaine HammersteinFlorence
Frank G. HarleyChorus
Mazie HartfordChorus
Grace HoeyChorus
Henrietta HosfordChorus
Fern KenneyChorus
Emilie LeaChi-Chi
Florence LeeChorus
M. LevineChorus
Tom LewisMr. J. J. Jeffreys
Ignatti MartinettiMonsieur Jacques Rabelais
Anna McConvilleChorus
Ada MeadeMrs. Marion Thorne
Miss MelvilleChorus
Maggie MelvinChorus
(Miss) MorganChorus
Hulda MortonChorus
Elizabeth MurrayAdelaide Fontaine
Siegrid OlesonChorus
(M) PageChorus
Robert PitkinDr. Gaston Thorne
Ethel PowellChorus
(M) ProtasChorus
Augustus SchultzGarcon
M. SharpChorus
Helen SinclairChorus
Bessie SkeetChorus
Edna St. ClaireChorus
(M) VesseyChorus
(M) WatsonChorus
(M) WiseChorus
Mana ZuccaSylvia Dale
music by Rudolf Friml; lyrics by Otto Hauerbach
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
High JinksDick Wayne, Florence and Visitors
JimAdelaide Fontaine and Chorus
Is This Love at Last?Sylvia Dale and Dick Wayne
ACT 2 Sung By
I'm Through with Roaming RomeosAdelaide Fontaine
Chi-ChiChi-Chi and Dick Wayne
Come Hither, EyesAdelaide Fontaine and Mr. J. J. Jeffreys
I Know Your Husband Very WellFritz Denkmahl, Mrs. Marion Thorne and Visitors
ACT 3 Sung By
BubblesChi-Chi, Dick Wayne and Sylvia Dale
When Sammy Sang the MarseillaiseMrs. Marion Thorne and Chorus
All Aboard for Dixie(land)
(music by George L. Cobb; lyrics by Jack Yellen)
Adelaide Fontaine
High Jinks Tangle