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The Gingham Girl , described as "a musical comedy of distinction" has lyrics by Neville Fleeson and music by Albert von Tilzer. It was first performed at the Earl Carroll Theatre, New York, on 28 August 1922.

Dramatis Personæ

GUS Edgar Hamilton
CONDUCTOR James T. Ford
SILAS O'DAY Walter F. Jones
JACK HAYDEN Russell Mack
LIBBY O'DAY Louise Allen
MARY THOMPSON Helen Ford
HARRISON BARTLETT Alan Edwards
MILDRED RIPLEY Eleanor Dawn
JOHN COUSINS Eddie Buzzell
MAZIE LELEWER Dolly Lewis
SONIA MAISON Bertee Beaumont
SOPHIA TRASK Amelia Summerville
WAITER George Henry
MIMI Helene Coyne
ARMAND Henri French
PAULINE Valdene Smith
PAULETTE Dorothy Faye Smith
BUTLER Jack Mosser
ROSE Mildred Quinn
ANN Maude Lydiate

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   Centre Street, Crossville Corners, New Hampshire.

ACT II   -   Scene 1  -  A Café in New York City.

ACT II   -   Scene 2  -  A Studio down Greenwich Village way.

ACT III   -   An Office in New York City.

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External Link
Albert von Tilzer at Wikipedia

American Musical Theatre

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