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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
Cast
Violette Armstrong Chorus
Burrell Barbaretto Dick Wayne
Billy Blane Chorus
Bessie Brown Chorus
Marion Brown Chorus
(M) Cantry Chorus
(M) Clifford Chorus
(M) Cooper Chorus
Naomi Dale Chorus
Valla Dares Chorus
M. Davis Chorus
Alberta DeVere Chorus
Marie DeVoe Chorus
May Dougherty Chorus
Lola Edwards Chorus
Snitz Edwards Fritz Denkmahl
Gladys Feldman Mrs. Thorne's Companion
Chorus
Blanche Field Maid
Chorus
Yewell Fields Chorus
(M) Forbes Chorus
Edith Gardner Mme. Rabelais
Eileen Gerald Chorus
Elsie Gergley Page
Greta Gleason Chorus
Elaine Hammerstein Florence
Frank G. Harley Chorus
Mazie Hartford Chorus
Grace Hoey Chorus
Henrietta Hosford Chorus
Fern Kenney Chorus
Emilie Lea Chi-Chi
Florence Lee Chorus
M. Levine Chorus
Tom Lewis Mr. J. J. Jeffreys
Ignatti Martinetti Monsieur Jacques Rabelais
Anna McConville Chorus
Ada Meade Mrs. Marion Thorne
Miss Melville Chorus
Maggie Melvin Chorus
(Miss) Morgan Chorus
Hulda Morton Chorus
Elizabeth Murray Adelaide Fontaine
Siegrid Oleson Chorus
(M) Page Chorus
Robert Pitkin Dr. Gaston Thorne
Ethel Powell Chorus
(M) Protas Chorus
Augustus Schultz Garcon
M. Sharp Chorus
Helen Sinclair Chorus
Bessie Skeet Chorus
Edna St. Claire Chorus
(M) Vessey Chorus
(M) Watson Chorus
(M) Wise Chorus
Mana Zucca Sylvia Dale
music by Rudolf Friml; lyrics by Otto Hauerbach
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

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