"September Morn" Musical Review

A Review of Rowland and Clifford's Musical Comedy "September Morn," from The Lake Shore News, Thursday, September 17, 1914.

Rowland and Clifford's successful musical comedy riot direct from the LaSalle Opera House, comes for one week's engagement, commencing Sunday, Sept. 20 to the Victoria. It is without question the greatest musical success of the century and includes a cast of musical comedy celebrities far above the average; a beauty chorus sleected for looks and ability to sing. Among the many song hits that have taken Chicago by storm are:

"Oh, You September Morn," "I Lost My Girl on Broadway," "In Berlin," "When a Little Boy Loves a Little Girl," "Everybody's Tango Crazy," "Beautiful Dreams I'm Dreaming," "A Spare Rib From the Butcher Shop of Life," "The Sun Shade Girl," "Where Is the Pleasure In Wine and Song if the Woman Is Not There?" It's a great big dance festival including Tango, Maxixe and Hesitation waltzes. Summing it all up "September Morn" is a real musical jamboree.

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Title

"September Morn" Musical Review

Subject

September Morn Musical Comedy

Description

A Review of Rowland and Clifford's Musical Comedy "September Morn," from The Lake Shore News, Thursday, September 17, 1914.

Creator

Lake Shore News from Thursday, September 17, 1914.

Source

Lake Shore News, 17 September 1914, page 5. Courtesy of the Wilmette Newspaper Index, made available by the Wilmette Public Library.

Publisher

Lake Shore News

Date

1914-09-17

Contributor

Wilmette Public Library,
1242 Wilmette Avenue
Wilmette, Illinois 60091

Language

en

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No

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Headline

"September Morn"

Text

Rowland and Clifford's successful musical comedy riot direct from the LaSalle Opera House, comes for one week's engagement, commencing Sunday, Sept. 20 to the Victoria. It is without question the greatest musical success of the century and includes a cast of musical comedy celebrities far above the average; a beauty chorus sleected for looks and ability to sing. Among the many song hits that have taken Chicago by storm are:

"Oh, You September Morn," "I Lost My Girl on Broadway," "In Berlin," "When a Little Boy Loves a Little Girl," "Everybody's Tango Crazy," "Beautiful Dreams I'm Dreaming," "A Spare Rib From the Butcher Shop of Life," "The Sun Shade Girl," "Where Is the Pleasure In Wine and Song if the Woman Is Not There?" It's a great big dance festival including Tango, Maxixe and Hesitation waltzes. Summing it all up "September Morn" is a real musical jamboree.

Publication Date

1914-09-17

Newspaper Info

September 17, 1914, Lake Shore News, page 5. Archive of Lake Shore News available on-line via Wilmette Newspaper Index.

Citation

Lake Shore News from Thursday, September 17, 1914., ""September Morn" Musical Review," in September Morn Archive, Item #52, http://septembermorn.org/items/show/52 (accessed August 20, 2018).