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Fulton Theatre , (12/24/1917 - 1/12/1918)
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Opening Date:Dec 24, 1917   
Closing Date:Jan 12, 1918 Total Performances:24

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical Revue in Two Acts and 10 Scenes

Production Staff
Produced by Raymond Hitchcock and E. Ray Goetz
Book by Raymond Hitchcock; Music by E. Ray Goetz; Lyrics by E. Ray Goetz; Words said to be by William Shakespeare; Music said to be by Ludwig van Beethoven; Featuring songs by William White, Jean Schwartz, Albert Von Tilzer and Harry Ruby; Featuring songs with lyrics by Lew Brown, Edgar Leslie and Bert Kalmar
Directed by Leon Errol
Edna Aug A Commuteress
Annette Bade Chorus
Elizabeth Brice Mrs. Billings F. Cooings
Martine Burnley Chorus
Richard Carle A Theatrical Manager and an Electirican
A Poet and a Starter
Ellen Cassidy Helen of Troy
Mildred Colby Eve
Wellington Cross A Yogi, a Husband, a Lieutenant, and a Toy Soldier
Jeanne Dare Chorus
Marion Davies Gaby Delsys, a Geisha, and a French Doll
Lillian Davis Lucretia Borgia
Gordon Dooley Whirlwind
Ray Dooley Gazzolean
William Dooley Al Radish
Flo Hart Cora Pearl
Ben Hendricks A Famous Composer
Dorothy Herman Katie
Evelyn Kerner Lola Montez
Dorothy Koffee Madamella Pompadour
Gladys Logan A Commuter
Maurie Madison Chorus
Frank Mayne A Distinguished Playwright
Evelyn Monte Delilah
Dot Quintette Chorus
Anna May Seymour A Stenographer, an Usheress
Harry Seymour The Yogi's Assistant
Harry Tanner A Plain Clothes Man
Edythe Whitney Circe
Jay Wilson A Gambler
music by E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by E. Ray Goetz
(Unless otherwise noted)

First Nighters
Christmastide Love
(music by William White)
Stop Your Camouflaging with Me
(music by Jean Schwartz)
New York, What's Become of You?
Call on Rag Doll
(music by William White)
Everything Looks Rosy and Bright
I May Stay Away a Little Longer
(music by Albert Von Tilzer; lyrics by Lew Brown)
If You Hadn't Answered No
(music by Harry Ruby; lyrics by Edgar Leslie and Bert Kalmar)
It's All Right If You Love (One Another)
(music by Harry Ruby; lyrics by Edgar Leslie)
The Ladies
Lady Romance
March of the Enchantress
My Broadway Butterfly
(music by William White)
Oriental Prelude
They'll Be Whistling It All Over Town
(music by Jean Schwartz)
Wait Till the Silver Moon Rolls By
Walk Down the Avenue with Me