Page the Prince

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Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire
"Page the Prince"
A John B. Rogers Production
St. Mark's Parish Hall, Port Hope, October 22-23
Staged and Rehearsed by Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Winter
Pianist - Mrs. Winter
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In Order of Appearance
  • Master of CeremoniesJack Dobbs
  • Heinrich, who runs the CafeFred Ough
  • William J. Spurns, who has a clue - sometimesThomas Murphy
  • Mrs. Brockton, with Social AspirationsGertrude O'Neill
  • Mr. Brockton, who Supplies the MillionsFrank Guy
  • Betty, their DaughterMarie Cancilla
  • Edward BallantrineJames Giffen
  • Bob Benedict, his American College ChumMalcolm Mark
  • Al E. Oop, a Soldier of FortuneJim Thomas
  • Rosetta Rhinelander, also Princess OttilieSydney Bennett
  • Count De Change, Prime Minister of GondoliviaBeverley Hancock
  • Bomski, a BolshevikPaul Somerville
  • Duke Smixture, Prime Minister of BalkaniaDonald Skitch
  • Sir Lionsteak, his ShadowLewis Foote
  • Queen of Gondolivia, Ottilie's MotherLouise Gibson
  • Captain Drazia, of the Royal GuardsJack Rowland
  • Princess Pearl of BalkaniaMabel Scott

Musical numbers
Act I Scene - Cafe "Little Gondolivia," New York City. Time - Present.
  • 1. We'll All Make WhoopeeMaster of Ceremonies and Cafe Patrons
  • 2. Cabaret BluesOttilie and Cabaret Girls
  • 3. Specialities1. Solo: Frances Johnson, 2. Breakaway Girls
  • 4. When You Are Falling in LoveOttilie, Bob and Sweetheart Chorus. No.1 Chorus Wednesday, No. 2 Chorus Thursday
  • 5. The Girl of My DreamsEdward and Betty
  • 6. FinaleEnsemble
Act II Scene - Public Square, Gondolivia, on-the-Rhine.
  • 1. Wedding Bellsvillagers and Guards
  • 2. The Waltz of the RoseOttilie, Bob and Villagers
  • 3. DanceTiller Girls
  • 4. A Song of PartingBetty and Edward
  • 5. In GondoliviaCaptain and Guards
  • 6. Everyone Loves a Fellow Who is SmilingSpurns and Heinrich
  • 7. Just PretendOttilie, Bob and Pretenders
  • 8. There's Nothing Like LovePrincess Pearl, Al E. Oop and Steppers
  • 9. FinaleEnsemble

Personell of the chorus
Herbert Long, Hugh Coleman, Philip Ryan, Grant MacMillan.

Cafe Patrons
Romaine Millward, Elsie Ansell, Jean Carr, Sybil Gilmore, Madeline Bennett, Addie Kennedy, Syd Taylor, Tom Kennedy, Jack Dobbs.

Cabaret Girls
Aileen Mitchell, Genevieve Price, Mary Curtis, Helen Ward, Elizabeth Shay, Gwen Oke.

Tiller Girls
Gwen Thomas, Lorraine Baker, Adeline Armstrong, Nan White, Honor Gibson, Vivian Peacock, Betty Chislett, Edith Lawson, Cecilia Bennett, Wilma Pillsworth.

Sweetheart Chorus No. 1
Marjorie Boyd, Emma Blaker, Anna McGuire, Phyllis Dayman, Marjorie Horsefield, Phyllis Pillsworth, Lillian Roche, Emma Brown, Margaret McClellan, Violet Phillips, Lois Robertson, Thelma Welde, Loretta Pillsworth, Margaret Nesbitt, Wanda Ogden, Megan Marrick, Mary Cancilla, Bernice Blaker, Catherine Merrick, Norma Robertson, Helen Watson, Louise Wickett, Marion Houghton, Ivy Lock, Phyllis Skinner, Fay Coughten, Aileen Russel, Audrey Hennessy.

Irene Pearce, Helen Conroy, Ruth Houghton, Annie Smith, Ruby Quemby, Margaret Comley, Alice Hood, Grace Chislett.

Sweetheart Chorus No. 2
Betty Comley, Jean Cox, Grace Cox, Helen Zealand, Ruth Thompson, Yvonne Hagerman, Norah. Marion Coleman, Helen Roberts, Florence Walsh, Virginia Conroy, Noreen Jamieson, Alice Milco, Marjorie Redburn, June Hills, Florence Rowden, Jean Thompson, Hazel Franks, Doris Gibbs, Mary Terbenche, Pauline Matthews, Bernice Quemby, Irene Quemby, Phyllis McBride, Meretta Brown, Frances Jex, Gloria Roach.

Breakaway Girls
Roberta Lowe, Mary McGrayne, Merlee Meade, Aida Nicol, Maizie Bye, Hazel McCullough, Muriel Pirie, Helen Currier, Jean Micks, victoria Balouski, Muriel Carr, Annie Baldock.

Violet Holdsworth, Josie Milne, Phyllis White, Joan Hume, Elspeth Chisholm, Allaneen Shay, Isabel Hayden, Aileen Hancock.

Joyce Thomas, Margaret Skitch, Dorothy Peacock, Muriel Tickell, Muriel Mercer, Margaret McHattie.

Audrey McBride, Ola Fox, Audrie Brown, Marie Giffen, Lola Darch, Harold flood, Jack Winfield, Charlie Martin, Grant MacMillan, Jack Dobbs.

The I.O.D.E., and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Winter wish to extend their thanks to the cast who worked so faithfully and cheerfully, to the public who patronized so freely, to the business men for their co-operation and to anyone who in any way contributed to the success of "Page the Prince."

Peter and Barbara Bolton - Port Hope, Ontario