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My Lady's Glove   

Lyric Theatre, (6/18/1917 - 6/30/1917)
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Opening Date: Jun 18, 1917    
Closing Date: Jun 30, 1917 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An operetta in three acts
Setting: The Barracks of the 25th Regiment at Chantilly near Paris, France in 1913

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Book by Edgar Smith and Edward A. Paulton; Music by Oscar Straus; Lyrics by Edgar Smith and Edward A. Paulton; Additional numbers by Sigmund Romberg; Based on a Viennese operetta 'Die schone Unbekannte' by Leopold Jacobson and Leo Stein; Musical Director: Gaetano Merola
Staged by J. C. Huffman; Choreographed by Allan K. Foster; Production Supervised by J. J. Shubert
Costume Design by Mme. Kahn and Adler Costume Company
Isabel AdamsChorus
Faye AtkinsChorus
Gene AubreyChorus
Pearl BaremoreChorus
Helen BerkleyChorus
Paul BurtnettLieutenant Victorien
Grace BurtonChorus
Joan ButlinChorus
Sylvia CassellChorus
Rebekah CaubleChorus
Florence ChallengerChorus
Beatrice CloakChorus
Suzanna CollingwoodChorus
Grace DanielsCharlotte
Ann DelmoreChorus
Frances DemarestLydia Petrowska
Jack DonnellyChorus
Herman FinkChorus
Virginia FissingerMlle. Montmartre
Eleanor B. FoxChorus
Lottie FranklynChorus
Arthur GearyLieutenant Jureau
Mareta GeorgeChorus
C. H. GilbertChorus
Mabel GoddingChorus
C. L. HendersonChorus
Charles JudelsColonel Bombarde
J. W. KellyLieutenant Conde
Katherine KildareChorus
Fay KingChorus
Nita LamabridChorus
Madeline LeveneChorus
Gladys LoganChorus
Doris MarvinMimi
Charles McNaughtonM. Theodore Lampelle
C. H. MillerChorus
Ned MonroeAntoine
Ray MooreChorus
Alexander MorrisseyChorus
Larry MulvaneyChorus
Maude OdellMme. Fifi
Charles PurcellCaptain Poildeau
Josephine RayChorus
Helen RintelenChorus
Harold RollandChorus
Vivienne SegalElaine
Florence ShortellChorus
Horace SinclairLieutenant Ponsonby
Joe StentonChorus
Teddy StevensChorus
Nadina TagelliOpera Specialty
Rose TimbleChorus
Kenneth TudorChorus
Neil WaltonChorus
Pearl WeberChorus
Silvia WoodChorus
music by Oscar Straus; lyrics by Edgar Smith and Edward A. Paulton
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Officers of the 25th
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Lieutenant Ponsonby and Lieutenant Jureau
Keep Repeating It
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Lieutenant Jureau and Chorus
I'll Hate to Leave the BoysCaptain Poildeau, Charlotte, Mimi and Officers' Daughters
Foolish Little Maiden, I
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
(Woman's Said to Be) The Fickle Sex
(music by Sigmund Romberg and Oscar Straus)
Elaine and Captain Poildeau
ACT 2 Sung By
I'm Madly in Love with a Dream GirlCaptain Poildeau
Amorous RoseLydia Petrowska, Colonel Bombarde, Lieutenant Ponsonby, Lieutenant Jureau, Captain Poildeau and Chorus
Do Buy Some Candy, Sir
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Elaine, Lieutenant Jureau, Lieutenant Ponsonby and Chorus
SecrecyElaine, Lydia Petrowska, Mme. Fifi, Captain Poildeau, M. Theodore Lampelle and Lieutenant Ponsonby
I Mean to be Married as Soon as I CanMme. Fifi and Colonel Bombarde
Prudence Has FledLydia Petrowska and Captain Poildeau
ACT 3 Sung By
Since To-Day Our Colonel's MatingLieutenant Jureau, Antoine and Chorus
No More Girls for MeCaptain Poildeau and Girls
An-ti-ci-pa-tionLydia Petrowska and M. Theodore Lampelle
Look Before You Leap
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Colonel Bombarde, Captain Poildeau, Lieutenant Jureau, Lieutenant Ponsonby, M. Theodore Lampelle and Antoine