Cohan Revue 1916

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Cohan Revue 1916
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1916 theatre program
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Exhibit Case #6- George M. Cohan

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JEFFERSON THEATRE


WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1916
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY


COHAN and HARRIS
VeV

Presents


THE GOfi REVU


1916 i
A Musical Crazy-Quilt, Patched Together,
S IThreaded with Words and Music and Staged
By GEO. M. COHAN
CAST
The Jester ................... John Hendricks
Captain Jones, of the Salvation Army .
. ........................ ....... W alter Brazil
Colonel Smith, also of the Salvation Army..
............... ..................John Boyle
Andrew Overdraft, cannon maker. .Harry Bulger H. H. Hobson, boot maker ... James C. Marlowe R. J. Carroll, detective ........... Jerry Grady
Mrs. Andrew Overdraft, drew 's wife... .... .Elizabeth M. Murray Major Barbara, Overdraft' ughter.. .................Lila Rhodes
Stephen Overdraft, the son . ... ....... ... .... Frederic Santley
Billy Holliday, the bartender .................. ........ .Harry Delf
Dr. Bookerang, the love cure uan...................... Richard Carle
SEd. Dundreary, his valet ............................. John Hendricks
Jane Clay, the crying servant........................... Valli Valli
Emily Stevenson, the unhased woman. . ...... .... Miss Juliet
Jean Paurel, the great lover ............... Charles Winninger
Young America, a vagabond............................. Little Billy
Jasper, his dog ...................................Alfred Latell
Emma M hesney, a saleswoman .........................M iss Juliet
Sadie Love, another saleswoman.. .......... ....Grace Nolan
Gabby de Lys, actress .................................Miss Juliet
Bill Bones, a pirate ....... ..... .......... ..John Hendricks
A Dancing Pirate.....................................John Boyle
Another Dancing Pirate...............................Walter Brazil
Flanigan, an Irish guardsman....................... James C. Marlowe
Manager of the Opera House ...................... James C. Marlowe
Potter, Paurel's dreser ................................ Harry Delf
Basso, of the Metropolitan ............................ John Hendricks
Madam Sabattini, also of the Metropolitan.............. Little Billy
Judge Kinkead ....................................... Richard Carle
B. P. 0. E. Mason ................................James C. Marlowe
M rs. Clay .....................................Elizabeth M M urray
Owen Kildara ..................................... Frederi Santley
Joe Silver, a copper................................. Harry Bulger
Victory ...........................................Florence Curtis
D efeat .................................................A nita Elson
Soldier............................................... Harry Delf
The God of War .............. .. ..............Charles Hessong

MUSICAL NUMBERS
ACT I.
1 Opening Chorus. Jester, Major Barbara, Capt. Jones, Colonel Smith,
Andrew Overdraft and Chorus
2 "He Can Cure You of Love"..,... ... ....,Dr. Booberang and Ohorus
3 "Crying Jane".. .. . .Jane and Chorus 4 "The Fair and Warmer Cocktail" .. ... ... .. .. .. ..Holliday and Chorus
5 'rom Broadway to Edinboro Town" ....... ......Hobson and Choru
6 "Alone at Last" ......................e. . .Jar d Pi
L "Yo wa TelTaF Iris" ... ... .. .. .. Ms. Overdraft andC horus
S usy, Busy, sy.......................Sadie, Mchesney and Chorus
9 "My Musical Comedy Maiden".. ...Barbara and Booberang 10 "Gaby"................................ ............Gaby and Chorus
11 Running Around with the Chorus Girls'. . ... ... .....Steve and Chorus
12 "The Dancing Pirates" ............. .............Boyle and Brazil
13 The "Under Fire" Dance............Mr. Delf, Victory and Defeat
14 March ................. ............................COhorus
15 Cohan Cadet Drill .......................................Cohan Cadets'
16 "Youg America". .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ... .. ...Young America and Chorus
ACT II
17 Opening Chorus..................................Jester and Ch'rus
18 ".Julia and Donald and Joe". .. .. ... .. .. ....Booberang, Jane and Paurel
19 "Sousa Melodies"...................................Boys of the Chorus
20 A Harry Bulger Song ................. .....Harry Bulger
21 Dance Reminiscent............... ....Boyle and Brazil
22 Imitations.................... ................Miss Juliet
23 "The Ziegfeld Rag!'............... ..Steve and Chorus
24 "'The 'Frisco Melody"............ ..Sadie and Chorus
25 "The Balloon Girls..... Chorus 26 Finale...........................................Entire Company

SYNOPSIS
The Action of the Play is laid somewhere in Rhode Island.
Time--8 o' clock.
ACT I.
Scene 1-The Salvation Army Barracks.
(Tonching on "Major Barbara" and "Fair and Warmer.")
Scene 2-Hobson's Boot~ Store.
(Touching on "Hobson's Choice.")
Scene 3-Dr. Booberang's Office.
(Touching on "The Boomerang" and "The House of Glass.")
Scene 4-In fron of the Harvard Club.
(Touching on "Young America.")
Seene 6-Abe and Mawruss's Costume Etablishment.
(Touching on "Mrs. McChesney" and "Hit-the-Trail Holliday.")
Scene 6-In Front of the Punch and Judy Theatre.
(Touching on "Treasure Island.")
Scene 7-Overdraft's Cannon Plant.
(Touching on "Unden Fire.")
ACT II.
Scene 8--Interior of the Vanderbilt Hotel.
(Touching on "Sandenson, Brian and Cawthorne". and the Hippodrome.)
Scene 9-In Front of the Metropolitan Opera House.
(ohing on Current, Topics.)
Scene 10-Jean Paurel's Dressing Room
(Touching on "The Great Lover.")
Scene 11-In Front of the Hepublic Theatre.
(Touching on Cohan Melodies.)
Scene 12-The Common Clay Court Room.
(Touching on "Coinmon Clay.")
Sene 13-R iverside Drive.
(Touching on Parsonalities.)
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