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Come to Bohemia   

Maxine Elliott's Theatre, (4/27/1916 - 5/13/1916)
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Opening Date: Apr 27, 1916    
Closing Date: May 13, 1916 Total Performances: 20

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts and six scenes
Setting: Paris in 1912

Production Staff
Produced by Stuyvesant Producing Co.
Book by George S. Chappell; Music by Kenneth M. Murchison; Lyrics by George S. Chappell; Musical Director: Theodore Stier; Featuring songs by Raymond Hubbell; Featuring songs with lyrics by Glen MacDonough
Directed by Jacques Coini
Scenic Design by Rockwell Kent; Costume Design by O'Kane Conwell, Mahieu and Lanzilotti
Natalie AltMadeleine D'Orsay
Lillian BakerMarthe
Mr. BarlowChorus
Malcolm BarrettGendarme
Loretta BradyJulie
Bessie CareyMarguerite
Gilbert ClaytonCharvet
Mr. CoombsChorus
William DanforthGaston D'Orsay
Helen DentlerGabrielle
Harriet Du BarryLeontine
Mr. GibsonChorus
Richard HallFrancois
Joseph HarrisMazet
Teddy HudsonFrancine
Mr. KavanaughChorus
Ora L. KeelerYvonne
Edna KraftErnestine
Helen LarkinsMarie
Diane LemeeHelene
Donald MacMillanBaux
Denman MaleyJean Paul Marinarde
Olive MasseyJeanne
Betty MillarGeorgette
Fred NiceDancer
Paisley NoonLouis
Clara PalmerMme. Zenobie D'Orsay
Mr. PaulaneyChorus
Walter PercivalAndre LeGrand
Ruth PriceMelisande
Olive Reeves-SmithMimi Clairon
Max ScheckGuy
Mr. St. JohnChorus
Edna StillwellLili
Billie VernonAngele
Violette von NickolChristine
Thyra von UlmVenus
Henry WatsonPierre
Ada Mae WeeksDancer
June WhiteBerthe
Fritz WilliamsDustin Banks
Percy WoodleyCount de LaTour
music by Kenneth M. Murchison; lyrics by George S. Chappell
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Any Time, Any Place, AnywhereFrancois and Chorus
Sounds from HomeGaston D'Orsay and Chorus
Deep in the HeartMadeleine D'Orsay
(In) Poster Land
(music by Raymond Hubbell; lyrics by Glen MacDonough)
Madeleine D'Orsay and Andre LeGrand
FriendshipAndre LeGrand and Students
Fashionable LifeMadeleine D'Orsay, Mme. Zenobie D'Orsay, Gaston D'Orsay and Count de LaTour
Come and Fuss with MeFrancine and Students
ACT 2 Sung By
The Big Brass BandFrancine and Chorus
She Doesn't Exist At All
(music by Raymond Hubbell; lyrics by Glen MacDonough)
Andre LeGrand and Chorus
The Shimmering Nile
(music by Raymond Hubbell; lyrics by Glen MacDonough)
Gaston D'Orsay, Mme. Zenobie D'Orsay and Chorus
Marche des PompiersChorus
When Somebody Isn't There
(music by Raymond Hubbell; lyrics by Glen MacDonough)
Madeleine D'Orsay and Students
The Walking WalkoverDancers
The Days of RomanceMadeleine D'Orsay and Andre LeGrand
BohemiaFrancine and Ensemble
High ArtMme. Zenobie D'Orsay and Dustin Banks
Run Along, Little ManFrancine, Louis and Guy
Has Anybody Seen the Waiter?Count de LaTour, Louis, Francois and Chorus
Come to BohemiaMadeleine D'Orsay and Chorus