George Washington, Jr.

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George Washington, Jr.
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English
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Geo M. Cohan
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1913 theatre program
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Olympic Park Opera House

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Oly0 mpic Park Op era Ihouse
OLYMPIC PARK, HERMAN H. A. SCHMIDT,
Newark, N. J. Proprietor
Matinees: Saturday and Sunday at 2.20 Evenings at 8.20

NINTH WEEK
Beginning Monday, July 28th, 1913

OLYMPIC PARK OPERA COMPANY
(Direction, Franklin-Baggot Co., Inc.)
Presenting the Musical Play

"George Washington, Jr."
Book and Music by Geo. M. Cohan
Produced Under the Stage Direction of Mr. Albert Wilder .
Scenic Production Staged by Mr. Harold B. Franklin
Mr. Joseph Andre Tressi .........Conductor
CHARACTERS AND PLAYERS
JAMES BELGRAVE ......... ................. Mr. John Flemings
WILLIAM HOPKINS......................... ..........Mr. Charles P. Morrison
LORD ROTHBURT............ ....... ....... .......Mr. Arthur Burckly
GEORGE BELGRAVE ................ ................. .....Mr. Harrison Garrett
EATON HAM..... ......... ..... ... ..........Mr. Jack Henderson
HOTEL CLERK ....... ............... ... ... .......... ........ Mr. Gustv Blum
BELLBOY......... ................. ................... '... Miss Georgie LaMae
MRS. STEBBINS.............. ... .. ..... ..........Miss Henrietta Lee
HON. EVELYN ROTHBURT ............ ....... Miss Georgia Campbell
TELEPHONE OPERATOR ......... .... .... ... Miss Anna White
DOLLY JOHNSON...., ...................... ..........Miss Laura Jaffray
SYNOPSIS OF SCENES
Act I.-Exterior of Washington's Home at Mt. Vernon, Va.
Act II.-Corridor of New Willard Hotel, Washington, D. C.
Act IlI.-Scene 1-Hallway leading to Ball Room, New Willard Hotel.
Scene 2- Exterior of Senator Belgrave's Home in Pawtucket, R. I.
TIME-THE PESENT
Scenery by Albert C. Roberts. Costumes by L. and F. Pichler, New York. Scenery built by Harry Lavish. Properties by James P. Slavin. Electrical effects by Henry A. Finter. Telephone booth, switchboard and appliances furnished by the New York Telephone Company.
.Executive Staff for the Franklin-Baggot Co., Inc.
Harold B. Franklin............. .... ... ............. ...................General Manager
Harry A. Baggot........................... ....................... ....Treasu.er
David Roaine...... .................................... ...Assistant Stage Manager
Miss Le Roy........ ...... ................... .......~,..Wardrobe Mistress
After the Opera-In Park Restaurant
CABARET ENTERTAINMENT
Miss .Jean O'Connor, Miss Sadie Liverimore )
Soloist Miss Irene. Berry fDancers







Olym pc Pa Stockton, of New York City. Herbert
Olym pic Park Baudistel's Orchestra is heard, week days
Executive Staff and Sundays, in a program of popular Herman H. A. Schmidt;..........Proprietor music.
James M. Beldon......... .......Manager High grade motion picture plays are
Robert Edgar Long.. ..........Press Dept.n
JamRes Blake... ........Advertising Agent presented in the Opera House at three
A. V. A. Doctor.........Orchestra Leader o'clock each afternoon, excepting SaturElmer Alston...........................Box Office days and Sundays. The management
Henry A. Finter................ Chief Electrician has installed a new silverized screen that
Harry Lavish.......... ......Stage Carpenter adds materially to the depth and clarity
Box office Olympic Park open of the pictures. The motion picture disfrom 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. plays are free to park patrons.
Telephone, 795-Waverly
OPERA PRICES: NEXT WEEK
EVENINGS, - 25c 50c 75c Beginning Monday Evening, August 4th M ATINEES, -25c and c "THE TENDERFOOT" GENERAL ADMISSION, - 15c, (First Choice in Voting Contest)
OLYMPIC PARK NOTES Exceeding all other operas and musical comedies by a majority of 76 votes,
Miss. Jean O'Connor has created a Richard Carle's operatic comedy, "The. most favorable impression as the soloist Tenderfoot,' produced originally at the in the Olympic Park Restaurant, where New York Theatre, has been chosen by she appears each evening before and the Olympic Park patrons as a part of after the opera. the August repertoire, and will be proThe Misses Irene Berry and Sadie duced by the Olympic Park Opera Livermore, dancers with the Olympic Company, Monday evening, August 4th, Park Opera Company, are appearing as opening the tenth week of the season. an extra feature of the restaurant cabaret, The actual results of the voting conbeginning immediately after the opera. test have not been determined, owing to
Clam bakes and dinners for clubs and the fact that a great many ballots will be societies are restaurant specialties. Ar- received after the present week's prorangements may be made for a combina- gram has gone to press. Indications are tion dinner and opera party by application that a total of more than 1000 ballots to the management. will have been cast, with 'The Red Mill,'
Tothe m aeet. "Jackand the Beanstalk," "Mlle. Modiste'
The service at the restaurant, whjch and 'Woodland" following close upon has a seating capacity for 1,500 patrons, 'The Tenderfoot," the latter leading all is thoroughly efficient and the cusine others from the first day of the contest. equal to that of the best New York din- The "Tenderfoot"' is an operatic comeing rooms. A table d'hote luncheon and dy of Western life, telling the story of dinner is served on Sundays only, in Prof. Pettibone, who takes a party of addition to the regular a la carte menu. young ladies to Texas, and there is subMr. William Corcoran-'the man with jected to all kinds of 'roughing" at the the big voice"-has been engaged as the hands of the cowboys. The characters soloist for the Olympic Park Sunday Con- include Cowboys, Cowgirls, Mexicans, certs, which take place cach Sunday Texas Rangers, Bridesmaids, Soldiers, afternoon and evening, at 3 and 8 o'clock. Indians and Ranchmen of the Texas Other singers include Mr. and Mrs. plains.

OPERA INFORMATION
Box office open from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
Down Town Ticket Office in FIREMEN'S PHARMACY, Broad and Market Streets.
Orders for reserved seats may be sent by mail or telephone, and will be filled in the order of their receipt. Telephone, 795-Waverly.
Patrons desiring the same seats each week throughout the opera season will be placed upoa the subscription books. There will be no extra charge for his accomodation.
Opera patrons admitted to park free. Admission ticket received at park entrance will entitle holder to fifteen conts credit on purchase of reserved seats at opera house ticket window.
The manaement will appreciate the report of any inattention or discourtesy on the part of any attashe.