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Peggy from Paris is a musical comedy with book and lyrics by George Ade and music by William Loraine. It opened at Wallack's Theatre, New York, on 10 September 10 1903.

Dramatis Personæ

CAPTAIN ALONZO PLUMMER   W. T. Hodge
  (of Hickory Crick, the village dignitary)  
HON. JABEZ FLANDERS   (the village orator) Dan Baker
WALT QUACKENBUSH   (the village joker) Goodale Dickerman
JIM PEASLEY   (the village station agent) E. H. O'Connor
LUTIE PLUMMER   (the village soprano) Guelma L. Baker
MRS. HOMER KETCHAM   (the village news bureau) Mina Schwartze
LEM HARVEY   (the village tenor) Chas. L. Welch
CICERO J. GRAMPIS   (a Napoleon of the drama) Fred Lennox
MONTAGUE FISH   (a banker with private ambition) Geo. A. Beane
ALEXANDER NERVEEN   (collegian) John B. Park
REGINALD HICKEY   (a useful boy) Arthur Deagan
M. HOMMARD
M. FOLIES-BERGERE
M. BON-BON
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Dan Baker
G. Dickerman
E. H. O'Connor
PEGGY PLUMMER   (known as Mlle. Fleurette Caramelle) Helen Bertram
SOPHIE BLOTZ   (Mlle. Fleurette Caramelle's maid) Josie Sadler
MRS. MONTAGUE FISH   (a wife) Alice Hegeman
LILY ANN LYNCH   (the home-grown article) Helen Hale

MIDI Files

ACT I  -  Scene 1   -   Parlor of the Commercial Hotel, Hickory Crick, Illinois   -
The Old Time Party.

ACT I  -  Scene 2   -   The stage of the Paragon Theatre, Chicago   -
The getting together of the Plummers.

ACT II  -  Scene 1   -   Reception Room of Peggy's Apartments, Auditorium Hotel.

ACT II  -  Scene 2   -   Honeymoon Terrace - The dress rehearsal of "King Janitoro."


External Link
Vocal Score at the Internet Archive

American Musical Theatre

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