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  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • Adele (1913). Musical comedy. Music by Adolf Philipp [credited as Jean Briquet]. Original French Libretto by Paul Herve. English adaptation by Adolf Philipp and Edward A. Paulton. Musical Director: Arthur Weld. Scenic Design by Edward G. Unitt and Joseph Wickes. Costume Design by B. Altman & Company. Lighting Design by Kliegl Brothers. Directed by Ben Teal. Longacre Theatre (moved to The Harris Theatre from 29 Dec 1913- close): 28 Aug 1913- 14 Feb 1914 (196 performances). Cast: Natalie Alt (as "Adele"), E.H. Barlab (as "Gaston Neuilly"), Edith Bradford (as "Babiole"), Harry C. Bradley (as "Jacques"), Betty Brewster (as "Germaine"), Georgia Caine (as "Mme. Myrianne de Neuville"), William Danforth (as "Henri Parmaceau"), Edna Dodsworth (as "Henriette"), Hal Forde (as "Baron Charles de Chantilly") [Broadway debut], Charles Frye (as "Francois"), Jane Hall (as "Violette"), Crauford Kent [erroneously credited as Caraufurd Kent] (as "Robert Friebur"), Helen May (as "Pauline"), Estelle Richmond (as "Therese"), Michael Ring (as "Louis Papricot"), Grace Walton (as "Gabrielle"), Henry Ward (as "Armond Cartouche"), Jane Warrington (as "Faustine"), Dallas Welford (as "Alfred Friebur"), Edward Wooster (as "Pierre"), Alice Yorke (as "Georgette"). Produced by New Era Producing Co.

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