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Piff! Paff! Pouf! is described as "A Musical Cocktail". The book is by Stanislaus Stange, the lyrics by William Jerome and the music by Jean Schwartz. It opened at the Casino Theatre, New York, on 2 April 1904 and ran for 264 performances.

Dramatis Personæ

DICK DAILY Mr. Harry Stuart
LORD GEORGE PIFFLE Mr. Templar Saxe
MACARONI PAFFLE Mr. John Hyams
BEDELIA Miss Abby Stange
AUGUST MELON Mr. Thomas Q. Seabrooke
MRS. LILLIAN MONTAGUE Miss Alice Fischer
NORA MELON Miss Mabel Hollins
CORA MELON Miss Grace Cameron
ENCORA MELON Miss Hilda Hollins
ROSE MELON Miss Frances Gibsone
PETER POUFFLE Mr. Eddie Foy
JOE SILVER Mr. Fred Mace
MISS COTTON, of New Orleans
MISS SLOW, of Philadelphia
MISS TURTLE, of Baltimore
MISS DELAWARE, of Washington
MISS BACON, of Chicago
MISS BEAN, of Boston
MISS WEST, of San Francisco
MISS TRUST, of New York
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Miss Evelyn Marlow
Miss Beatrice Liddell
Miss Seppie McNeil
Miss Lizette Hawman
Miss Dorothy Marlowe
Miss Louise Hawman
Miss Carrie Poltz
Miss Ada Robertson

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   Board Walk, Atlantic City.   In front of Casino.   Easter time.

ACT II   -   Grounds of Mrs. Montague's House, "Fairmount-on-Hudson."


External Link
Vocal Score at the Internet Archive

American Musical Theatre

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