Have a Heart
|Have a Heart (1917)
Henry W. Savage Offers
The New Musical Comedy
HAVE A HEART
Book and Lyrics by
Published by T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter
62 West 45th Street.
Copyright MCMXVII by T. B.Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter,
All Rights Reserved. International Copyright Secured.
Performing rights exclusive property of H.W. Savage.
(In the order of their appearance)
|HENRY, the elevator boy at Schoonmaker's||Billy B. Van|
|TED SHELDON||Donald Macdonald|
|LIZZIE O'BRIEN||Marie Hollywell|
|DETECTIVE BAKER, of the Blueport Police||Eugene Keith|
|RUTHERFORD SCHOONMAKER, proprietor of the Schoonmaker Department Store||Thurston Hall|
|CAPTAIN CHARLES OWEN||Roy Gordon|
|PEGGY SCHOONMAKER||Margaret Romaine|
|MRS. PYNE, Peggy's aunt||Flavia Arcaro|
|MATTHEW PYNE||James Bradbury|
|DOLLY BRABAZON||Louise Dresser|
|YUSSUF, the entertainer||Joseph del Puente|
|MAITRE D'HOTEL||Eugene Revere|
Shoppers Misses Rosalie Mellette, Helyn Eby, Charmion Furlong, Dazie Burton, Anne
Sands, Grace Du Bois, Annette Besuden, Margaret Fritts.
Salesgirls – Misses Doris Predo, Martha Parsons, Alice Maurice, Mabel Guilford, Marie
Hollywell, Helen Lane, Belle Bowman, Helen Donohue.
Men – Messrs. William Deacon, Will Smith, Paul Mountaney, Bert Pullaney, Roy Wells,
Will Cobb, Earl Jordon, Walter Burke, Jules Rigoni, Arthur Eley.
SYNOPSIS OF SCENES
Lingerie Room at Schoonmakers.
SCENE 1 – Lounge of the Ocean View Hotel. Night.
Curtain will remain down half a minute to denote lapse of time.
SCENE 2 – The Same. Next morning.
Place – Blueport, R.I. Time – The Present.
Conductor, Gustave Salzer
|2||Duet — "I'm So Busy"||Lizzie and Ted||16|
|3||Musical Scene —"Have a Heart"||Ruddy||20|
|4||Song —"Look in His Eyes"||Peggy and Ensemble||25|
|5||Duo —"I Am All Alone"||Ruddy and Peggy||32|
|6||Song —"I'm Here, Little Girls, I'm Here"||Ted and Girls||35|
|7||Dance Duet —"Bright Lights"||Dolly and Henry||40|
|8||Musical Scene —"The Road That Lies Before"||Ruddy and Peggy||44|
|1||(a) — Opening Chorus||Guests||64|
|(b) —"Samarkand"||Yussuf and Ensemble|
|2||Song — "Honeymoon Inn"||Peggy and Ensemble||76|
|3||Song —"It's a Sure, Sure Sign"||Dolly||80|
|4||Duet —"My Wife My Man"||Peggy and Ruddy||84|
|5||Duo —"You Said Something"||Ted, Lizzie and Ensemble||88|
|8||Song —"Napoleon"||Henry, Flunkeys and Girls||95|
This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1923.
The author died in 1979, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 30 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.