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The Debutante   

Knickerbocker Theatre , (12/07/1914 - 1/16/1915)
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Opening Date:Dec 07, 1914   
Closing Date:Jan 16, 1915 Total Performances:48

Category: Musical, Comedy, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An operetta in two acts
Setting: Plymouth, England and Paris, France

Production Staff
Produced by John C. Fisher
Book by Harry B. Smith and Robert B. Smith; Music by Victor Herbert; Lyrics by Robert B. Smith; Music orchestrated by Victor Herbert; Musical Director: Carlo Edwards
Staged by George Marion; Choreographed by Allan K. Foster
Costume Design by Cora MacGeachy and William Henry Matthews; Scenic Design by Edward G. Unitt and Joseph Wickes
May Allen Chorus
Dolly Alwin Mildred
Stewart Baird Armand
Marquis de Frontenac
Zoe Barnett Irma
Marie Baxter Marie
Irma Bertrand Chorus
Bly Brown Chorus
Kitty Carmen Chorus
Marion Dale Chorus
William Danforth Godfrey Frazer
Hazel Dawn Elaine
Harriett DeNorma Chorus
Mae Doherty Mae
Harriet Du Barry Harriet
E. G. Elliott Chorus
Florence Flandreaux Chorus
Anna George Chorus
William Gibney Chorus
French Ambassador
James H. Hager Chorus
Adelaide Hall
Jack Hall Wiggins
Helen Hardick Chorus
Lottie Harvey Chorus
Fanchon Haywood Chorus
Theodore Heinroth Teslavitz
Jack Heisler German Ambassador
Teresa Hendricks Chorus
May Hennessy Chorus
Irene Hopping Irene
Anna Howard Chorus
Mary Howard Chorus
Fred Hudler Chorus
William Izzard Chorus
Sylvia Jason The Honorable Spencer Mainwaring Cavendish
Owen Jones Chorus
Carl C. Judd Chorus
Arthur Kugler Chorus
Dorothy Landers Dorothy
Victor Le Roy Chorus
Gladys Macdonald Chorus
Isabel MacLeod Chorus
Eleanor Matthewson Chorus
Bert McCarthy Chorus
Beatrice McKay Chorus
Violet McKay Chorus
Wilmuth Merkyl Philip Frazer
Adelaide Murray Chorus
Maude Odell Mrs. Zenobia Bunker
Peggy Parker Annabel
Hal Peel Chorus
Robert G. Pitkin Lieutenant Larry Sheridan
Frances Ramey Frances
Thomas Reynolds Bo'sun
Evelyn Rosewood Chorus
Elsie Schneider Elsie
Cyril Smith An Old Sailor
Fritzie Smith Chorus
Theodore Stein Chorus
Eva Stuart Eva
May Thompson Chorus
Gertrude Thurston Chorus
Frank Travers English Ambassador
Robert Waite Footman
Florence Walsh Chorus
Helen Walsh Chorus
Will West Ezra Bunker
Dorothy Whiting Chorus
J. Abbott Worthley The Cook
Paul Masson
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Robert B. Smith
ACT 1Sung By
Love Ia a Battle Lieutenant Larry Sheridan and Chorus
On a Sunny Afternoon Ezra Bunker, The Honorable Spencer Mainwaring Cavendish and Lieutenant Larry Sheridan
Take Me Home With You Elaine and Chorus
All for the Sake of a Girl Armand (Marquis de Frontenac) and Girls
The Golden Age Elaine and Philip Frazer
The Love of the Lorelei Elaine, Lieutenant Larry Sheridan and Philip Frazer
Peggy's a Creature of Moods Lieutenant Larry Sheridan and Male Chorus
Never Mention Love When We're Alone Elaine and Armand (Marquis de Frontenac)
ACT 2Sung By
The Lorelei Waltz Teslavitz
When I Played Carmen Irma and Chorus
Call Around Again Elaine and Chorus
The Gay Life Ezra Bunker, Armand (Marquis de Frontenac), Lieutenant Larry Sheridan, Philip Frazer and Paul Masson
The Will o' the Wisp Armand (Marquis de Frontenac) and Midshipman
The Dancing Lesson Godfrey Frazer and Mrs. Zenobia Bunker
The Face Behind the Mask Elaine, Irma, Mrs. Zenobia Bunker, Ezra Bunker, Lieutenant Larry Sheridan and Philip Frazer
The Baker's Boy and the Chimney Sweep The Honorable Spencer Mainwaring Cavendish and Lieutenant Larry Sheridan