- Mavourneen (musical)
Mavourneen was billed as a comedy-drama Geo. H. Jessop and Horace Townsend with music and lyrics by Wm. J. Scanlan (who appeared in the show) and Bartley Campbell.
The cast included:
- Terrence Dwyer: William J. Scanlan
- John Dwyer: Frank Burbeck
- Captain Marchmont: Frazer Coulter
- Abbe Maloney: Charles M. Collins
- Shamus Corrigan: Thaddeus Shine
- Lady Caroline Dwyer: Helen Tracy
- Lady May Tyrrell: Nannette Comstock
- Mrs. Dwyer: Emma Maddern Stevens
- Georgie Dwyer: Dot Clarendon
- Mark: John Findlay
- Colonel: Frank Peters
- Cusack: J. O. Le Brasse
- Kate Morris: Grace Thorne
- Susie Morris: Ray Maskell
- Katy Morris: Dot Clarendon
Based on published sheet music and advertisements in the New York Times, the songs included:
- The Auld Country
- Bye Bye Baby Bye Bye
- The Christmas Tree
- Molly O!
- Mrs. Reilly's Party
- Story of the Ould Countre
- ^ Advertisement in New York Times September 27, 1891, p. 7.
- ^ Notes of the Stage," New York Times, August 30, 1891, p. 11
- ^ Information concerning the opening and closing of the play and the cast is from Thomas Allston Brown, A History of the New York Stage: From the First Performance in 1732 to 1901 (New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1903), v. 2, 504.
- ^ New York Times September 27, 1891, p. 7.
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