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A PLAY WITH MUSIC

G. SCHIRMER

New York

M AYTIME

A Play with Music

IN FOUR ACTS

The Book and Lyrics by

RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG

and

CYRUS WOOD

The Music by

SIGMUND ROMBERG

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M AYTIME

ORIGINAL CAST OF CHARACTERS

ACT I.— 1840

THE VAN ZANDT HOME IN WASHINGTON SQUARE,

NEW YORK CITY

JOHN WAYNE

Richard Morgan

COLONEL VAN ZANDT

Carl Stall

OTTILLIE, his daughter

Peggy Wood

RICHARD WAYNE, an apprentice

Charles Purcell

MATILDA VAN ZANDT

Edith Wright

ALICE TREMAINE

Laura Arnold

MATTHEW VAN ZANDT

William Norris

CLAUDE VAN ZANDT

Douglas J. Wood

MARIA

Grace Daniels

RUDOLFO

Arthur Albro

Ensemble of Apprentices, Young Ladies, Gypsies, Etc.

ACT II.— 1855

MME. DELPHINE'S NIGHT CLUB

MADAME DELPHINE

Rose Winter

HANNAFORD

Gene Aubrey

STUYVESANT

C. H. Miller

DOORMAN

Frank Sidney

CLAUDE VAN ZANDT

Douglas J . Wood

ANGELICA, Matthew's second wife

Pearl Barimore

MATTHEW VAN ZANDT

William Norris

P. T. BARNUM

Edward F. Nannarv

ESTRELLA AMORITA

Minna Valieri

SIGNOR VIVALLA

Arthur Albro

OTTILLIE VAN ZANDT

Peggy Wood

ALICE TREMAINE

Laura Arnold

RICHARD WAYNE

Charles Purcell

Ensemble of Guests, Servants, Etc.

ACT III.— IN THE SOS

BACK PARLOR OF THE VAN ZANDT HOUSE IN

WASHINGTON SQUARE

MADAME DELPHINE

MATTHEW VAN ZANDT

LIZZIE, Matthew's third wife

LITTLE DICK WAYNE (Age 5)

RICHARD WAYNE

JOHN RUTHERFORD

MR. HICKS, auctioneer

ALGERNON

OTTILLIE

Ensemble of Bidders

Rose Winter

Willluh Norris

Maude Odell

Warner Anderson

Charles Purcell

Ralph J. Herbert

Teddy Webb

R. Melbourn

Peggy Wood

ACT IV.—TWENTIETH CENTURY

SAME LOCATION AS ACT III. (NOW MLLE. BROWN'S

DRESSMAKING ESTABLISHMENT.)

OTTILLIE, known as Mile. Brown

HORTENSE, a model

LETTY

ESTELLE, forewoman

ERMINTRUDE D'ALBERT

WINIFRED ST. ALBANS

MATTHEW VAN ZANDT

DICKY WAYNE

Peggy Wood Eleanor B. Fox

Rose Timble

Janet Kenny

Gertrude Vanderbilt Florence Bruce Wh^liam Norris Charles Purcell

Ensemble of Models, Dressmakers, Etc.

MUSICAL NUMBERS

 

Act I

No

PAGE

1.

OVERTURE

1

2.

OPENING CHORUS

Chorus of Apprentices

6

3.

In Our Little Home, Sweet Home

Ottillie and Richard

11

4.

It's a Windy Day on the Battery

Matthew, Alice and Girls

14

5.

Gypsy Song

Rudolpho

17

6.

Exeunt Gypsies

21

7.

Sweetheart ("Will You Re-

member?")

Ottillie and Richard

22

8.

Finale

Ensemble

26

Act 11

9. Entr'acte

 

32

10.

OPENING MAZURKA

Chorus

34

11.

Jump, Jim Crow

Matthew and Chorus

36

12.

The Road to Paradise

Ottillie and Richard

38

13. Will You Remember?

Vivalle

42

14. Finale

45

 

Act III

15. Entr'acte

 

46

16. OPENING CHORUS

Ensemble

48

17. Finale

52

 

Act IV

18. Entr'acte

 

54

19. OPENING CHORUS (Selling

Gowns)

20. Dancing Will Keep You Young

21. Go Away, Girls

22.

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23. Melodram and Finale

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Ermintrude and Matthew

Richard and Girls

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