When Johnnie Comes Marching Home is described as a "Military Spectacular Comic Opera" and has music by Julian Edwards and lyrics by Stanislaus Stangé. It was produced at the Broadway Theatre, New York, on 16 December 1902.
| GENERAL WILLIAM ALLEN
|| Homer Lind
| FELIX GRAHAM
|| Albert McGuckin
| COL. JOHN GRAHAM
|| William G. Stewart
| JONATHAN PHOENIX
|| Fred H. Perry
| MAJOR GEOFFREY MARTIN
|| Maurice Darcy
| MAJOR GEORGE BUCKLE
|| Algernon Aspland
| MAJOR WILLIAM WALKER
|| W. H. Thompson
| UNCLE TOM
|| Will H. Bray
| CORDELIA ALLEN
|| Maude Lambert
| AMELIA GRAHAM
|| Thelma Fair
| SUSAN GRAHAM
|| Bertha Darrel
| MRS. CONSTANCE PEMBERTON
|| Lucille Saunders
| KATE PEMBERTON
|| Zetti Kennedy
| ROBERT PEMBERTON
|| Julia Gifford
ACT I - General Allen's Headquarters.
- No. 1 - Opening Chorus - "Hurrah! Hurrah! We sing a jubilee..."
- No. 2 - Sextet - Amelia, Cordelia, Susan, Buckle, Geoffrey, Walker & Chorus - "Oh! this dancing! ... 'Tis entrancing! ..."
- No. 3 - Duet - Cordelia & Geoffrey - "Boys from sixteen to twenty marry at beauty's call..."
- No. 4 - Melodrame
- No. 5 - Song - John - "The poet sings of sunny France, fair olive-laden Spain..."
- No. 6 - Ensemble - Constance, with Amelia, Susan, Buckle, Walker & Chorus - "Now listen to me, I think we agree..."
- No. 7 - Duet - Constance & Allen - "Long ago, do you remember when the day was on the wane..."
- No. 8 - Fairyland - Kate & Chorus - "There is a land whose mystic strand is trod by fancy's feet..."
- No. 9 - Duet - Kate & John - "Why bends to the river the rose? ... Who knows? ..."
- No. 10 - Song - Cordelia, with Amelia, Susan & Female Chorus - "Did you ever gaze into a sweet maiden's eye..."
- No. 11 - "Suwanee River" Quintette - Kate, Constance, Robert, John & Allen - "I fear my dancing has its faults..."
- No. 12 - Finale Act I - "Graceful hopping, never stopping tender squeezing, oh! quite pleasing..."
ACT II - Felix Graham's Plantation.
- No. 13 - Introduction & Chorus - "Sing! Sing! Darkies sing! Doan ye heah de banjo ring?..."
- No. 14 - Song - Uncle Tom & Chorus - "When de shadders am a-fallin, and de bee no longer hums..."
- No. 15 - Duet - Kate & John - "Thro' the dark aisles of the night, the summer wind softly blows..."
- No. 16 - Song - Phoenix & Chorus - "A froggy would a-wooing go, alas, alack-a-day! ..."
- No. 17 - Song - Kate - "How sweet the air. Spring is singing in my heart..."
- No. 18 - Song - John & Men's Chorus - "Her eyes are like the stars above, her cheeks the blushing rose..."
- No. 19a - Ensemble - Amelia, Susan, Buckle, Geoffrey, Walker & Chorus - "Good day, Yankees. Good day, South! ..."
- No. 19b - Song - Geoffrey & Chorus - "Sweet Charlotte, Charlotte russe suggests; Owen, checks to sign..."
- No. 20 - Duet - Cordelia & Geoffrey - "There are many queer things that we'd better not know..."
- No. 21 - Song - Allen & Chorus - "She's the lace on the skirt of the cold-blooded flirt..."
- No. 22 - Song - Constance - "Time the master passing by, youth and beauty whither die..."
- No. 23 - Finale Act II - "Sir, your son to his home has returned..."
ACT III - Scenes 1 to 3 - Night and Morning within Federal Camps,
and then on the Banks of the Mississippi.
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