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(1900- 1905). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1900). Stage Play: Fiddle-dee-dee. Musical [production was composed of the following shows: Fiddle-dee-dee, Quo Vass Iss? Arizona, Exhibit II]. All shows directed by Julian Mitchell. Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall: 6 Sep 1900- 20 Apr 1901 (262 performances). Fiddle-dee-dee: Music by John Stromberg. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Scenic Design by John H. Young. Costume Design by Will R. Barnes. Musical Direction by John Stromberg. Cast: George Ali (as "Leo"), Eva Allen (as "Ensemble"), Josephine Allen (as "Fantine"), Merrie Andrews (as "Ensemble"), Cora Appleby (as "Ensemble"), Florence Bell (as "Ensemble"), Gladys Canby (as "Ensemble"), Bessie Clayton (as "Specialty Dancer"), Florence Deshone (as "Ensemble"), Genevieve Dolaro (as "Asbury Sands"), Florence Dressler (as "Fourchette"), Blondie Dyer (as "Ensemble"), Marie Early (as "Ensemble"), Lotta Fellows (as "Ensemble"), Lew Fields (as "Rudolf Bungstarter"), Mazie Follette (as "Fandango/Ensemble"), Virginia Foltz (as "Budd Carmichael/Basbleu"), Charles Fostelle (as "Birdie McSorley"), Olive Green (as "Ensemble"), Dappy Grey (as "J. Withers Belton"), Ben Hapgood (as "Ingambe"), Lillian Heckler (as "Wilton Warmington"), Leona Hilbon (as "Dodge Carr/Duryea Starchleigh"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Hoffman Barr"), Violet Jewell (as "Ensemble/Seguedilla"), John T. Kelly (as "Ignatius McSorley"), May Kissam (as "Ensemble"), Phyllis La Fond (as "Bolero/Ensemble"), Bonnie Maginn (as "Mariette/Nestor Puffer"), May McKenzie (as "Cinqcentime"), Goldie Mohr (as "Nervie Tartington/Charley Horseleigh"), Harold T. Morey (as "Pourboire"), May Page (as "Ensemble"), Grace Pierrepont (as "Ensemble/Garta"), Ilma Pratt (as "Ensemble/Torchon"), Inez Ray (as "Ensemble"), Jessie Richmond (as "Madison Parks"), Belle Robinson (as "Googoo/Cachuca"), Lillian Russell (as "Mrs. Waldorf Meadowbrook"), Dottie Ryder (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Sayer (as "Bilkarine"), Clara Selden (as "Ensemble"), Mae Sherwood (as "Sterling Kane/Ensemble"), Myra Smith (as "Allez"), Georgia Stewart (as "Ensemble"), Nata Stromberg (as "Forrest Holmes"), Fay Templeton (as "La Belle Zara"), Poney Upton (as "Ensemble"), Irene Vera (as "Frizette"), Vernie Wadsworth (as "Claremont Riverside"), Carrie Waite (as "Ensemble"), Mazie Walzinger (as "Ensemble"), David Warfield (as "Shadrach Leschinski"), Joe Weber (as "Michael Krautknuckle"), Rhoda Wheeler (as "Ensemble"), Carrie Willis (as "Valencienne"). (1) Quo Vass Iss? [closed on 17 Oct 1900 after 48 performances]. Music by John Stromberg. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Scenic Design by John H. Young. Costume Design by Will R. Barnes. Musical Director: John Stromberg. A burlesque of "Quo Vadis" by Hugh Stanislaus Stange. From the novel by Henryk Sienkiewicz. Cast: George Ali (as "Sparrus Copus"), Eva Allen (as "Peddlus Potatus"), Josephine Allen (as "Popcornea"), Florence Bell (as "Jabba"), Lew M. Fields (as "Smallus"), Mazie Follette (as "Pumpia"), Virginia Foltz (as "Bogus Extrus"), Ben Hapgood (as "Infamous Touchus"), Leona Hilbon (as "Chirpnos"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Petrolius"), Violet Jewell (as "Deodorus"), John T. Kelly (as "Zero"), Phyllis La Fond (as "Rubba"), Bonnie Maginn (as "Spoonice"), Goldie Mohr (as "Acta"), Harry T. Morey [credited as Harold T. Morey] (as "Tickelritus/Punctus Tireas"), Grace Pierrepont (as "Porus Plasta"), Ilma Pratt (as "Catapilla"), Inez Ray (as "Slashus"), Belle Robinson (as "Numonia"), Charles J. Ross (as "Marcus Finishus"), Margaret Sayer (as "Starvus"), Clara Selden (as "Plexus"), Mae Sherwood (as "Duflikus Tumatus"), Myra Smith (as "Stabba"), Georgia Stewart (as "Killa"), Fay Templeton (as "Lythia"), David Warfield (as "Hilo"), Joe Weber (as "Fursus"), Carrie Willis (as "Quininius Malarius"), Marie Worthington (as "Solus"). (2) Arizona [opened on 18 Oct 1900 and closed 19 Dec 1900 after 73 performances]. A musical burlesque. Music by John Stromberg. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Scenic Design by John H. Young. Costume Design by Will R. Barnes. Musical Direction by John Stromberg. A burlesque on the play by Augustus Thomas. Cast: Madge Adae (as "Chorus"), George Ali (as "Ham Song"), Eva Allen (as "Chorus"), Nettie Barton (as "Chorus"), Florence Bell (as "Pupa Chihuahua"), Edna Birch (as "Chorus"), Lew M. Fields (as "Sergeant Killer"), Mazie Follette (as "Cherokee Kid"), Virginia Foltz (as "Lieutenant Frolic"), Charles Fostelle (as "Mrs. Cannedbeef"), Mamie Gould (as "Chorus"), Dappy Grey (as "Chorus"), Grace Heckler (as "Chorus"), Lillian Heckler (as "Chorus"), Leona Hilbon (as "Montezuma Matt"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "Henry Cannedbeef"), Violet Jewell (as "Hi Roper"), Ethel Jewett (as "Chorus"), John T. Kelly (as "Colonel Bunjam"), Phyllis La Fond (as "Lariat Luke"), Bonnie Maginn (as "Lieutenant Stung"), Carrie May (as "Antonia Alamo"), May McKenzie (as "Juan Sombrero"), Goldie Mohr (as "Alkali Bill"), Harry T. Morey [credited as Harold T. Morey] (as "Doctor Felon"), Grace Pierrepont (as "Apache Charley"), Ilma Pratt (as "Miss MacCrullers"), Jessie Richmond (as "Chorus"), Belle Robinson (as "El Paseo Pete"), Charles J. Ross (as "Lieutenant Tention"), Lillian Russell (as "Sarsaparilla"), Margaret Sayer (as "Buck Saddler"), Mae Sherwood (as "Pop Gunner"), Myra Smith (as "Durango Colorado"), Georgia Stewart (as "Chiaca Tamale"), Fay Templeton (as "Bonita"), Vernie Wadsworth (as "Chorus"), David Warfield (as "Captain Hogman"), George P. Watson (as "Pony Mustango"), Joseph M. Weber (as "Lena Killer"). (3)Exhibit II [opened 20 Dec 1900 and closed 20 Apr 1901 after 141 performances]. Musical/Burlesque. Music by John Stromberg. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Scenic Design by John H. Young. Costume Design by Will R. Barnes. Musical Direction by John Stromberg. Cast: Madge Adae (as "Lady Westbury"), George Ali (as "Tipit"), Alice Curtis (as "Cortland"), Genevieve Dolaro (as "Charley Horseleigh"), Lew M. Fields (as "Rudolf Bungstarter"), Virginia Foltz (as "Madison Parks"), Minnie Garretty (as "Bleeker"), Sissie Garretty (as "Essex"), Allie Gilbert (as "Dossie/Miss Emery"), Mamie Gould (as "Chilton"), Dappy Grey (as "Claremont Riverside"), Ben Hapgood (as "Ingambe"), Grace Heckler (as "Hammersley"), Lillian Heckler (as "Miss Cutter"), Leona Hilbon (as "Dodge Carr"), DeWolf Hopper Sr. (as "The Gay Lord Quex"), Violet Jewell (as "Miss Rosaline"), John T. Kelly (as "Ignatius McSorley"), Bonnie Maginn (as "Flossie/Baron Holdfaste"), May McKenzie (as "Asbury Sands"), Harry T. Morey (as "Pourboire") [Broadway debut], Grace Pierrepont (as "Lady Syosset"), Ilma Pratt (as "Miss Brummell"), Inez Ray (as "Lady Lowbridge"), Jessie Richmond (as "Lady Hempstead"), Belle Robinson (as "Bossie/Miss Fyles"), Ruth Rollins (as "Miss Towle"), Lillian Russell (as "Mrs. Meadowbrook"), Margaret Sayer (as "Duchess of Prude"), Mae Sherwood (as "Sterling Kane"), Fay Templeton (as "Sophy Fullgally"), Irene Vera (as "Countess of Elmhurst"), Vernie Wadsworth (as "Chomondley"), David Warfield (as "Shadrach Leschinski"), Joe Weber (as "Michael Krautknuckle"), Fritz Williams (as "Prince Victor Constasntine"). Produced by Weber & Fields.

(1901). Stage Play: The Little Duchess. Musical comedy. Music by Reginald De Koven. Based on material by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Musical Director: Herman Perlet. Additional lyrics by Julian Fane, Robert Cole, William Jerome and J.P. Harrington. Additional music by Ellen Wright, A. Baldwin Sloane, Rosamond Johnson and Leo LeBrunn. Directed by George F. Marion. Casino Theatre (moved to The Grand Opera House from 21 Apr 1902 to close): 14 Oct 1901- Apr 1902 (closing date unknown/144 performances). Cast: Frankie Bailey, Sydney Barraclough, Katherine Bell, Charles A. Bigelow, Vivian Blackburn, Eva Davenport, Daisy Dean, Robert Fairchild, D.J. Flanigan, Minnie Gaylor, Lillian Harris, Anna Held, Joseph W. Herbert, Phyllis La Fond, George F. Marion, B. McGahen, Mme. Monti, Harry T. Morey [credited as Harold T. Morey], Billy Norton, Adelaide Orton, Helen Planchet, Ruth Rennard, Clara Selton, Anna St. Tel, Charles Swain, E.A. Tester, Elaine Van Selover, Joseph Welch, Blanche West, Bessie Wynn. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.


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