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The Love Song   

Century Theatre, (1/13/1925 - 6/06/1925)
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Opening Date: Jan 13, 1925    
Closing Date: Jun 06, 1925 Total Performances: 157

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An operetta in three acts
Setting: In the Pyrenees in the 1840s, the Tuileries in the 1860s, and Offenbach's studio in the 1870s

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Jacques Offenbach and Edward Künneke; Selected and arranged by Edward Künneke; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith; From the Hungarian of Michael Nador and Eugene Ferago; From the German adaptation by James Klein and Carl Bretschneider; Musical Director: Alfred Goodman
Staged by Fred G. Latham; Choreographed by Alexis Kosloff and Max Scheck; Entire production under the personal direction of J. J. Shubert
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps and Hubert of Paris
James AldermanDuroc
Virginia AllenChorus
Helen AllertonChorus
Lucita ArnoldChorus
Mary ArnoldiChorus
Shelton BentleyChorus
Harrison BrockbankNapoleon III
Grace CarlyleCountess Castiglione
Florence CazelleChorus
Nancy CorriganChorus
Nikola CunninghamChorus
Ethel DarcyChorus
Berma DeaneChorus
Margaret DraperChorus
John DunsmureColonel Bugeaud
Beatrice DurantChorus
Louise FarrarChorus
Dorothy FrancisEugenie de Montijo
Miriam FranklinChorus
Faye GilmoreChorus
Harry GloverProsper Merimee
Mary GrahamChorus
Mr. GreenwoodChorus
Dorothy HarringtonChorus
Laura HastingsChorus
Evelyn HerbertHerminie
Vera HoppeChorus
Mlle. Marceau
Adele HowardFranchette
J. W. HullVictoian Sardou
Paul KeastFirst Officer
Arthur KellarChorus
Walter KellyLackey
Donald KinleysideLieutenant
Antoinette LaFargeChorus
Nita LamabridChorus
Marie LavelleChorus
William LawleyPierre
Sophie LubinChorus
Vivian MarloweMme. de Marsac
Ila McCallChorus
John MooreThe Duke de Persigny
Harry K. MortonPetipas
Bobbie MuirChorus
Odette MyrtilHortense
Inga NeilsonChorus
Allan PriorOffenbach
Camille RobenetteChorus
W. L. RobertsonChorus
Second Officer
Isabelle RodriguesSpanish Dancer
Zella RussellLizette
Catherine SmithChorus
Charlotte SpragueChorus
William St. JamesBourbon
Edna StarckBabette
Doris StewartChorus
Evelyn StoneChorus
Julia StrongChorus
Zolya TalmaGypsy Girl
Armand VecseyChorus
Jeanne VoltaireChorus
Eda Von BuelowCountess de Montijo
Charles WaltersJacques d'Alcain
Eleanor WhitmoreChorus
Eleanor WilsonChorus
Alvina ZolleChorus
music by Jacques Offenbach; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
When Your Life Seems a Rainy DayPierre
Tell Me Not That You Are ForgettingHerminie and Pierre
All Aboard for ParisHortense and Petipas
Love Is Not For a DayOffenbach and Girls
In Gardens Where Roses BloomOffenbach and Herminie
The Hall of Fame Awaits for MeHortense and Offenbach
Follow the Flag We LoveMale Chorus
When the Drum Beat Calls to GloryColonel Bugeaud and Soldiers
Fair Land of Dreaming
(music by Edward Künneke)
Eugenie de Montijo
He Writes a SongOffenbach, Eugenie de Montijo, Herminie and Hortense
Remember Me
(music by Edward Künneke)
Eugenie de Montijo and Offenbach
ACT 2 Sung By
Not For a Year, Not for a DayHerminie and Pierre
A Farmer's LifePetipas
When My Violin Is CallingOffenbach and Girls
(I Know It Is) Only a DreamEugenie de Montijo and Offenbach
Military Men I LoveHortense and Officers
Make Up Your MindHortense and Petipas
The Love Song (You Will Forget)
(music by Edward Künneke)
Eugenie de Montijo and Offenbach
ACT 3 Sung By
VioletsOffenbach and Girls
March OnColonel Bugeaud and Members of the Jockey Club