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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 Alt Madeleine D'Orsay
Lillian Baker Marthe
Mr. Barlow Chorus
Malcolm Barrett Gendarme
Loretta Brady Julie
Bessie Carey Marguerite
Gilbert Clayton Charvet
Mr. Coombs Chorus
William Danforth Gaston D'Orsay
Helen Dentler Gabrielle
Harriet Du Barry Leontine
Mr. Gibson Chorus
Richard Hall Francois
Joseph Harris Mazet
Teddy Hudson Francine
Mr. Kavanaugh Chorus
Ora L. Keeler Yvonne
Edna Kraft Ernestine
Helen Larkins Marie
Diane Lemee Helene
Donald MacMillan Baux
Denman Maley Jean Paul Marinarde
Olive Massey Jeanne
Betty Millar Georgette
Fred Nice Dancer
Paisley Noon Louis
Clara Palmer Mme. Zenobie D'Orsay
Mr. Paulaney Chorus
Walter Percival Andre LeGrand
Ruth Price Melisande
Olive Reeves-Smith Mimi Clairon
Max Scheck Guy
Mr. St. John Chorus
Edna Stillwell Lili
Billie Vernon Angele
Violette von Nickol Christine
Thyra von Ulm Venus
Henry Watson Pierre
Ada Mae Weeks Dancer
June White Berthe
Fritz Williams Dustin Banks
Percy Woodley Count de LaTour
music by Kenneth M. Murchison; lyrics by George S. Chappell
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Any Time, Any Place, Anywhere Francois and Chorus
Sounds from Home Gaston D'Orsay and Chorus
Deep in the Heart Madeleine D'Orsay
(In) Poster Land
(music by Raymond Hubbell; lyrics by Glen MacDonough)
Madeleine D'Orsay and Andre LeGrand
Friendship Andre LeGrand and Students
Fashionable Life Madeleine D'Orsay, Mme. Zenobie D'Orsay, Gaston D'Orsay and Count de LaTour
Come and Fuss with Me Francine and Students
ACT 2Sung By
The Big Brass Band Francine 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 Pompiers Chorus
When Somebody Isn't There
(music by Raymond Hubbell; lyrics by Glen MacDonough)
Madeleine D'Orsay and Students
The Walking Walkover Dancers
The Days of Romance Madeleine D'Orsay and Andre LeGrand
Bohemia Francine and Ensemble
High Art Mme. Zenobie D'Orsay and Dustin Banks
Run Along, Little Man Francine, Louis and Guy
Has Anybody Seen the Waiter? Count de LaTour, Louis, Francois and Chorus
Come to Bohemia Madeleine D'Orsay and Chorus