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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LIBRARY AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN 



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CHARLES DILLINGHAM Presents 

10NTG0MERY and STONE 



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EL51E JANI5 -^^ 

in a New Mu5ica.l Comedy S48 

he [ADY of rhe VlIPPER. 







Book by 

ANN CALDWELL 

dr\d 

LAURENCE MCCARTY 

LyriC3 by 

JAME5 O'DEA 



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NEW YORK CHICAGO 5AN FRANCI3C0 LONDON 



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CHARLES DILLINGHAM 

PRESENTS 

MONTGOMERYand STONE 
and ELSIE JANIS 

in a New Musical Comedy 

leLADYofthegLIPPER 



Book by 

ANNA CALDWELL 



and 



LAURENCE H^ CARTY 

Lyrics by 

JAMES O'DEA 



MUSIC BY 



Victor Herbert 



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M.WiTMARK (g> Sons, 

NEW YORK -CHICAGO -SAN FRANCISCO • LONDON -PARIS 
MELBOURNE- 

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International Ctipyright Secured. 
RIGHTS OF PERFORMANCE RESERVED. 




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MjI/^L—J^ Montgomery and Stone and Elsi 

' ^ In a Musical Fantasy in Three Ac 



CHARLES DILLINGHAM 
Presents 

iie Janis 

Fantasy in Three Acts 

THE LADY OF THE SLIPPER 
Or A Modern Cinderella 

Book by 
ANNA CALDWELL ^y**^* ^ M"*"<= ^y 

& LAWRENCE McCARTY J^MES o'DEA VICTOR HERBERT 



CAST OF CHABACTERS 

THE CROWN PRINCE MAXIMILIAN Doug-las Stevenson 

PRINCE ULRICH, his brother Eug-ene Revere 

CAPTAIN LADISLAW, aide-de-camp to MaximJliaii James G. Reaney 

BARON von NIX, Cinderella's Father Charles Mason 

ATZEL, the Baron's butler Vernon Castle 

MO USER, the Baron's cat ■ David Abrahams 

ALBRECHT, a shoemaker Samuel Burbank 

LOUIS, his assistant Harold Russell 

JOSEPH, a miUiner Edg-ar L. Hay 

MATTHLA.S, a furrier Ed. Randall 

PUNKS \ i David C. Montg-omery 

SPOOKS \ P''°'" 'h'' Cornfield ^ p^ed A.Stone 

CINDERELLA Elsie Janis 

DOLLBABLA. \ ( Lillian Lee 

FREAKETTE j Cinderella's Step-Sisters j Queenie Vassar 

ROMNEYA Allene Crater 

THE FAIRY GODMOTHER Vivian Rushmore 

VALERIE, maid at the Baron's , . . . Peg-g-y Wood 

SOPHIA, Albrecht's wife Florence Williams 

IRMA, Joseph's wife Edna Bates 

CLARA, Louis' wife Helen Falconer 

LUDOVICA, Matthias' wife . " Gladys Zell 

MAIDA Lillian Rice 

GRETCHEN Ang-ie Weimers 

PREMIERE DANSEUSE Lydia Lopoukowa 

Courtiers, Soldiers, Ladies-In-Waiting:, Oriental Women of the Harem, etc. 

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SYNOPSIS OF SCENES 

Act I —Scene 1 -Kitchen in the Castle of Baron von Nix 

Scene 2 — On the way to the Palace 
Act IT —Ballroom in the Palace of Prince Maximilian 

Act III - Scene 1 - The Baron's Kitchen 

Scene 2— Throne room of the Prince's Pala«e 



Stag-ed by ' R. H. Burnside 

Musiciil Director W. E. McQuinn 



The Lady Of The Slipper 

Contents 

Act I 

1. OVERTURE 5 

2. OPENING CHORUS Tradesmen, their Wives and Assistants 12 

3a FOND OF THE LADIES Atzel,with Sophia, Irma, Clara, Ludovica, 32 

LMaida, Gretchen and Chorus J 
3^ ROMNEYA MUSIC 36 

4. MEOW! MEOW! MEOW! CindereUa and Mouser 37 

5. LIKE A REAL, REAL MAN Cinderella, Punks and Spooks 44 

6. THE GARDEN PARTY Punks and Spooks 50 

7. GAMES OF HALLOWE'eN Cinderella and Kiddies 55 

8. WITCHES BALLET Dancing- Girls 60 

9. THE RIDE TO THE CASTLE (End of First Act ) 64 



Actn 

10. OPENING CHORUS (Bal Masque), introducing- French Quadrille ... by Dancing- Giils. 67 

11. EJTTRANCE OF CINDERELLA (Princess of Far Away) Cinderella, the Prince 74 

L and Choru,-, J 

12. THEM WAS OUR CHILDHOOD DAYS Punks and Spooks 87 

13. BALLET SUITE Ensemble 91 

LLydia Lopoukowa and Corps de Ballet J 

14. BAGDAD Punks and Chorus 99 

15. MY RUSSIAN GIRLSKI 103 

16. A LITTLE GIRL AT HOME Prince Maximilian and Cinderella l06 

17. PUNCH BOWL GLIDE Spooks 109 

18. FINALE ACT n (Brums of all Nations) Ill 



Actni 

Scene 1 
•19. ENTR'ACTE 119 

20. HARLEQUINADE Punks and Spooks 122 

HARLEQUIN. ......" Lillian Rice 

COLUMBINE Helen Falconer 

CAT Mouser 

POLICEMEN Georg-e Melville, Edg-ar L. Hay and Georg-e Phelps 

21. OPENING CHORUS March, The Lady Of The Slipper. . . . Captain Ladislaw and Chorus 126 

Scene 2 

22. PUT YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD, LITTLE GIRL. . , . The Prince, Court Ladies 141 

Land Pag-esJ 

23. FINALE ULTIMO (And They Lived Happily Ever Afterwards) 145 



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Like A Real, Real Mar. 
N9 5 TKio 

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N9 6 



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N9 8 



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The Lady Of The Slipper 


74 

ACT II 


N9 11 


Entrance of Cinderella 

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A Prin-cess quite un - known, in 




75 



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gold 



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en char - i - ot but now has 



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voi - ces tuned to cheer, Such wel-come as be - fits her roy-al 



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L'istesso tempo 



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la - fly fair and gra - cious, 

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What won - drous grace, 



what won- drous beau- ty 



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PP 



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79 




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hind 



that mask of lace,- _ 



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My heart tells 



must hide be - hind 



that mask of lace. 



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once and love her hid - den 



face, 



love her 



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see at once and love her hid - den face, . 



love her 



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The Lady Of The Slipper «1 

Princess of Far Away 

Cinderella, the Prince and Chorus 



m 



Allegro 



CINDERELLA 



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I'm here, and my name let us 
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bent on 



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whirl of the dance, of the dance. 



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a tempo 



Molto meno 




83 




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theme of each hope and each dream of the Prin-cess of Far A - way!. 



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The Lady Of The Slipper 

N9 12 Them Was Our Childhood D^ys 

Punks and Spooks 



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first we met this lit - tie maid- en siveet, 



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days! . 



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N9 13 



91 



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NP 14 



99 



Bagdad 

Punks and Chorus 



VICTOK 




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The Lady Of The Slipper 

N9 15 



1Q3 



My Russum Girlski 




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106 



I 



N916 



A Little Girl At Home 

DUO 
Cindy and Prince 



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have, I would, I swear, A lit - tie g-irl at home? What do you 
kiss - es ev - 'ry nig-ht, You'd lin - g-er at the club, how-ev- er 



mean?_ 
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some - one like your dain - ty self, To 
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g'ive me greet- ing- there, 
fail to find de - lig-ht. 



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mem-ber I am o- ver sev-en - teen 

how a-toutsome fas- ci - na- ting- blonde?. 



Don't laug-h at my pre-ten-tions, dear, We 
For blondes I nev- er cared, For with their 



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I much pre - fer the sort of charms That 




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hear sweet wed- ding- chimes. Would you love her? Would I love her? As the 

cor - res - pond to yours. Could you love me? Could I love you? I could, 




rif. ^ Oi 

sun- shine loves the foam. Or as flow 'rets Iwe the dawn, I'd love that lit - tie g-irl at home- 



sun- shine 
dear, and I 



do, There is no one in this world Can take me from the side of you 



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N9 17 



109 



Punch Bowl Glide 



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N918 



111 



Finale 2iiJ Act 

Drums of all Nations 



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Her name I can-not say. 



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dream she came to me 



She, dream like, passed a - way. 




love will sure-li 



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N9 19 



119 



Entr'Act 



VICTOR HERBERT 



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N9 20 



Harlequinade 



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N9 21 



126 



Openinp^ Chorus 

Introducing- The Lady Of The Slipper 
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His Highness, Prince Maximilian 





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PRINCE (speakingthrough 

music) If there be any 

etc. etc. and try on the 



slipper, for whom 
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share with me the throne 



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BARON withDOLLBABlA and FliEAKETTE 

have entered they come down. 




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The Lady Of The Slipper 



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N9 22 Put Your Best Foot For\\ar I, Little Girl 




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dem-on - stra-tion, then, you see, is noth-ing more than it should be, '.Ve 




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N9 23 



Finale Ultimo 



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Vain is the search, I've lost her! 



lost my radiant 




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Hold on there! Wait awhile! 




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an-oth-er ap-pli- cant please. 



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ENSEMBLE AND CHORUS , , , 



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Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha Ha Ha Ha! 



Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha! 



Hold!_ 



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Kiss, kiss, kiss! 



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Whenyou'vegot a lit-tlegirl athome,believemeyou'vegot something rare.. 



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Tempo di Valse lento 




nev-er roam when that girl at home says "I love you'l. 



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nev-er roam when that girl at home says "l love you 



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like a moon-beam of May,- 



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.withmy loyeJ)y my side,, 
of the tide, withmy love by my side,. 



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THS I,ADY OF THB SI,IPPER 

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NAUGHTY MARIETTA 

Book and Lyrics by Rida Johnson Young 



THE RED MIlvI, 

Book and Lyrics by Henry Blossom 

BABES IN TOYLAND 

Book and Lyrics by Glen MacDonough 



THE FORTUNE TEIvI,ER 

Book and Lyric by Harry B. Smith 



THE SINGING GIRI, 

Book and Lyrics by Harry B. Smith 



SWEET SIXTEEN 

Book and Lyrics by George V. Hobart 



THE TATTOOED MAN 

Book and Lyrics by Harry B. Smith 



THE VICEROY 

Book and Lyrics by Harry B Smith 



MISS CAMII,I,E 

Book and Lyrics by George V. Hobart 



WONDERI/AND 

Book and Lyrics by Glen JIacDonough 



THE ENCHANTRESS 

Book and Lyrics by Fred. De Gresac 
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MI^LE. ROSITA 

Book and Lyrics by Joseph Herbert 
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MISS DOLI/Y DOI,LARS 

Book and Lyrics by Harry B. Smith 



THE AMEER 

Book and Lyrics by Fred. Rankin & Kirk LaShelle 



MI,I,E. MODISTE 

Book and Lyrics by Henry Blossom 



BABETTE 

Book and Lyrics by Harry B. Smith 



OI,D DUTCH 

Hook adapted from the German by Edgar Smith 
J^yrics by George \'. Hobart 



CYRANO DE BERGERAC 

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THE PRIMA DONNA 

Rook and Lyrics by Henry Blossom 



IT HAPPENED IN NORDIvAND 

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