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The Grass Widow   

Liberty Theatre , (12/03/1917 - circa. 12/1917)
Princess Theatre , (12/24/1918 - 1/05/1918)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Dec 03, 1917   
Closing Date:Jan 05, 1918 Total Performances:43

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical Play In Three Acts
Setting: In France during the summer of 1912

Production Staff
Produced by Madison Corey
Book by Channing Pollock and Rennold Wolf; Music by Louis A. Hirsch; Lyrics by Rennold Wolf and Channing Pollock; from "Le Peril Jaune" (The Yellow Peril) by Alexandre Bisson and St. Albin; Additional music by Digby Latouche
Staged by George Marion
Natalie Alt Denise
Leon E. Brown Monsieur Favereau
Harry Davis
The Grass Widow Jazz Band
W.C. Deacon
Irene Dixon Dorothy
Gretchen Eastman Colette
Marion Ford Betty
Anita Francesco Claire
Marguerite L. Fritts Lucille
Saxi Holstworth
The Grass Widow Jazz Band
May Hopkins Angie
Robert Emmett Keane Larry Doyle
J.C. Klein An Ill-Humored Man
Helen Lowell Annette
George Marion Anatol Pivert
Howard Marsh Jacques
Joseph D. Miller
Victor Morley Fernand Dore
Tom O'Hare Vincent
Marion Phillips
Marion Pollard Fanchon
Edna Waddell Florence
Joseph H. Woodward
The Grass Widow Jazz Band
music by Louis A. Hirsch; lyrics by Channing Pollock and Rennold Wolf
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Soup Annette, Vincent and Ensemble
C.D.Q. Larry Doyle, Florence, Angie, Betty, Dorothy and Ensemble
Dance with Me Colette and Ensemble
(The) Song of Love
(music by Louis A. Hirsch and Digby Latouche)
Farewell Denise and Jacques
You Can't Be a Husband To-day Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
The Grass Widow Denise, Colette, Lucille, Jacques, Fernand Dore and Ensemble
Somewhere There's Someone for Me Colette and Fernand Dore
Just You and Me Denise and Jacques
All the Girls Have Got a Friend in Me Larry Doyle, Florence, Angie, Betty, Dorothy and Ensemble
ACT 3Sung By
The Whirlwind Whirl
When the Saxophone Is Playing Colette and Ensemble
What's the Use of Loving Only One Girl? Fernand Dore