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Casino Theatre , (11/29/1916 - 2/03/1917)
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Opening Date:Nov 29, 1916   
Closing Date:Feb 03, 1917 Total Performances:78

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Paris in July

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Sigmund Romberg; Lyrics by Robert B. Smith; Based on the Viennese musical 'Was tut man nicht alles Liebe' by Felix Doermann and Leo Ascher; Musical Director: Frank Tours; Additional music by Frank Tours, Jack Galon, Harry Tierney and Helen Trix; Additional lyrics by Helen Trix, Howard Johnson, Anna Held and Alfred Bryan
Staged by J. H. Benrimo; Choreographed by Jack Mason and Allan K. Foster
Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman and H Robert Law Studios; Costume Design by Homer Conant
Carrol Ashley Chorus
Wilmer Bentley Louis
Anna Berg Chorus
Frank Binns Chorus
Eduardo Cansino Dancer
Elsa Cansino Dancer
Robert Capron Dr. Jolivet
William P. Carlton Hector
Sylvia Casel Chorus
Norman Charles Chorus
Beatrice Cloak Chorus
George Collins Chorus
Edith Day Denise
Stanley Dixon Chorus
Betsy Duncan Violin Specialty
Gladys Dupell Chorus
Mary Eaton Ballet Specialty
George Egan Jeweler
Emeline Emerson Chorus
Perle Germonde Chorus
Gertrude Harrison Chorus
Laura Hastings Chorus
Marcie Hawley Chorus
Volga Hayworth Chorus
Anna Held Claire LaTour
Sylvia Jason Miss Watchman
Edmund Kaeding Chorus
Mildred La Gue Chorus
Helen Lane Chorus
Grace Langdon Chorus
Evelyn LeRoy Chorus
Madeline Levene Chorus
Henry Lewis Adolph Knutt
Kitty Mahoney Chorus
Mae Manning Chorus
Rena Manning Chorus
Eleanor Matthewson Chorus
Ruth Maybee Chorus
Ruth Miller Chorus
Frances Mink Chorus
Emily Morrison Chorus
Alfred Opler Chorus
Walter Paustian Chorus
Dorothy Pond Chorus
Paul Porcasi Fresco
Edna Rochelle Chorus
Caroline Roland Chorus
Frank Shephard Chorus
Florence Sommerville Chorus
Ethel Sykes Babette
Gladys Sykes Ninon
Harry Tighe Worth Muchmore
Leila Van Holk Chorus
Alice Van Ryker Chorus
Henry Ward Chorus
James Watts Slavlova
Minna Whitemore Chorus
Lovett Wilder Chorus
Grace Williams Chorus
Letty Yorke Laura
music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Robert B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
We Always Take Them Home
(music by Jack Galon; lyrics by Howard Johnson)
Worth Muchmore and Chorus
Two Happy Tadpoles Denise and Worth Muchmore
When a Man Is Single
(music by Frank Tours)
Hector, Ninon, Babette and Chorus
A Tete a Tete with You Laura and Hector
Follow Me
(music by Helen Trix; lyrics by Helen Trix)
Claire LaTour and Boys
(Oh) I Want to Be Good But My Eyes Won't Let Me
(music by Harry Tierney; lyrics by Anna Held and Alfred Bryan)
Claire LaTour and Worth Muchmore
The Girls Are Getting Wiser
(music by Harry Tierney; lyrics by Anna Held and Alfred Bryan)
Worth Muchmore and Miss Watchman
ACT 2Sung By
Milady's Toliette Set
(music by Harry Tierney; lyrics by Alfred Bryan)
Denise and Milady Girls
It's a Cute Little Way of My Own
(music by Harry Tierney; lyrics by Anna Held and Alfred Bryan)
Claire LaTour and Chorus
Adam Was the Only Lover Claire LaTour and Laura
The Violin Song Laura and Violin Specialty
A Little Bit of Nonsense Adolph Knutt
I Am True to All Worth Muchmore and Girls
ACT 3Sung By
Happy Land
(music by Harry Tierney; lyrics by Alfred Bryan)
Miss Watchman and Chorus
How Would You Like to Bounce a Baby on Your Knee?
(music by Harry Tierney; lyrics by Alfred Bryan)
Denise and Dancing Girls
My Bohemian Fashion Girl
(music by Harry Tierney; lyrics by Alfred Bryan)
Claire LaTour, Anna Held Girls and Chorus
Stop Tickling Me Claire LaTour