The Princess Pat

Original Broadway Production (1915)

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Staging
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Choreography

Cast Highlights

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Marie
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Thomas
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Bob Darrow
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Tony Schmalz, Jr.
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Si Perkins
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Grace Holbrook
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General John Holbrook
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Anthony Schmalz
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Princess di Montaldo, née. Patrice O'Connor
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Prince Antonio di Montaldo

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Musical Numbers


Act One

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  • Allies .... Marie and Thomas
  • Make Him Guess .... Grace and Ladies
  • I'd Like to Be a Quitter, But I Find It Hard to Quit .... Tony Schmalz
  • Love Is the Best of All .... Princess "Pat" and Ensemble
  • For Better or for Worse (Sunshine) .... "Pat" and Grace
  • When a Girl's About to Marry .... Grace, General Holbrook and Anthony Schmalz

Act Two

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  • Estellita .... Ensemble
  • Neapolitan Love Song (T'Amo) .... Prince "Toto"
  • I Wish I Was an Island in an Ocean of Girls .... Mr. Schmalz and Girls
  • I Need Affection .... Princess "Pat"
  • All for You .... Princes "Pat" and Prince "Toto"

Act Three

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  • In a Little World for Two .... "Pat," Grace, Bob, Tony and Darrow
  • The Shoes of Husband Number One Are Worn by Number Two .... Si Perkins
  • Two Laughing Irish Eyes .... Princess "Pat"

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Trivia & History

According to reports in the New York Times, Pearl Palmer (cast as Grace Holbrook, the secondary female lead) was murdered by her fiancee, Herbert Heckler, on the day that had been scheduled for the opening, Sept. 27, 1915. The opening was delayed to Sept. 29, and Eva Fallon replaced her.


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