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The Highwayman   

44th Street Theatre , (5/02/1917 - 5/19/1917)
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Opening Date:May 02, 1917   
Closing Date:May 19, 1917 Total Performances:22

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: In and around York Road and Beverley Manor

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Reginald De Koven; Featuring songs with lyrics by Leontine Stanfield; Book by Harry B. Smith; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith
Staged by Edward P. Temple
Scenic Design by H Robert Law Studios and P. Dodd Ackerman Studios; Costume Design by Adler Costume Company
Conducted by Frank Tours
Adrienne Lulette Chorus
William Anisman Chorus
Sam Ash Captain Rodney
Al Baron Chorus
Lillian Beaudett Chorus
Irma Bertrand Chorus
Margela Boudreau Chorus
Harry Bulger Constables
Harry Bulger, Jr. Chorus
Lawrence Cameron Lieutenant Lovelace
Lee Campbell Chorus
A. Carbone Constables
Marins Carbone Chorus
Osborne Clemson Sir John Hawkdust
Harry Coombs Chorus
Richard Coombs An Old Soldier
Rose Cooper Chorus
Ellen Crane Chorus
Lydia Crane Chorus
Billie Davenport Chorus
Norma Day Chorus
Jefferson De Angelis Constables
Cleo Deschamps Chorus
Evelyn Deverell Chorus
Gladys Dupell Chorus
Louise Dupont Chorus
Mynna Estey Chorus
Grace Fjorde Lady Pamela
Stanley Forde Sir Godfrey Beverley
Vera Fromm Chorus
Mildred Garrison Chorus
Rose Gibson Chorus
Churchill Goar Chorus
Dorothy Hartig Chorus
Marfant Haven Chorus
Dorothy Hellis Chorus
Bess Hoban Chorus
Marjorie Howard Chorus
Barton Isboll Chorus
Mae Jiron Chorus
Dave Klein Chorus
Clara Koeniges Chorus
Samuel Laderman Chorus
Nita Lamdrid Chorus
Martin Liberfeld Chorus
Ruth Malcom Chorus
Janet Marsh Chorus
Billie Martells Chorus
Bettie Martin Chorus
Zetta Metchik Chorus
Lloyd Montgomery Chorus
Will Montgomery Constables
J. Sylvester Murray
James Murray Lord Kilkenny
Landlord Jarvey
Ann Page Chorus
Constance Paulton Chorus
William Plummer Chorus
Olive Prouser Chorus
Bertha Pyle Chorus
Arthur Ridell Chorus
Harold Rolland Chorus
H. Rollands Constables
George Rove Chorus
John Seaton Chorus
Lawrence Smith Chorus
Bianca Soroya Lady Constance Sinclair
Felicia Sprague Chorus
Barbara Stedman Chorus
Fred Steinman Chorus
Herman Steinman Chorus
John Charles Thomas Dick Fitzgerald
Joseph Tierney Chorus
Joseph Toner Chorus
Florence Vinson Chorus
Teddy Webb Toby Winkle
Pearl Weber Chorus
Ben Wells Chorus
Jean Wells Chorus
Letty Yorke Doll Primrose
music by Reginald De Koven; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Bread, Cheese and Kisses Doll Primrose and Toby Winkle
Marching Away Lieutenant Lovelace
The Highwayman Dick Fitzgerald and Chorus
In London Town Lady Pamela, Sir Godfrey Beverley, Toby Winkle, Doll Primrose and Chorus
Vive La Bagatelle Lady Constance Sinclair
Gretna Green Captain Rodney
ACT 2Sung By
Kitty O'Brien Dick Fitzgerald
The Farmer and the Scarecrow Toby Winkle, Constable Foxy Quiller and Chorus
Do You Remember Love? Lady Constance Sinclair and Dick Fitzgerald
Gipsy Song Constable Foxy Quiller and Constables
ACT 3Sung By
While the Four Winds Blow Captain Rodney
For This
(lyrics by Leontine Stanfield)
Lady Constance Sinclair
On the Track Constable Foxy Quiller and Constables
Farewell to the King's Highway Dick Fitzgerald