Composers: Melville Gideon; Louis A. Hirsch
Lyricists: Harold Atteridge; Leo Donnelly; Jean Havez

Opened: September 27, 1911, Winter Garden Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 55

Note: This revue contained a show within the show called IN THE LIMELIGHT.

Cupid’s Lane (M: Louis A. Hirsch; L: Harold Atteridge) (not in programs):

1. Midnight Frolic: The Broadway Theater Music Of Louis A. Hirsch, CD/New World Records 80707-2 (Bernadette Boerckel with the Rick Benjamin, piano)

Unrecorded Material:

The Board Walk Crawl (M: Louis A. Hirsch)
The Carmen Girl (cut after opening)
(The Candy) College Boys
Farewell March
Finale (Act 1)
Finale (Act 2, Scene 4) (cut after opening)
The Minstrel Band  (cut after opening)
Nel Giappone (Japanese pantomime ballet) (M: Louis Ganne)
On The Congo (cut after opening)
Opening Chorus (Act 2, Scene 4) (cut after opening)
Oriental Eyes (cut after opening)
(I Met You In) Pittsburgh, Pa. (M: Louis A. Hirsch) (cut after opening)
The Rushing Ballet (cut after opening)
Shooting Show Girls And French Chauffeurs (cut after opening)
Sombrero Land (M: Irving Berlin; L: E. Ray Goetz; Ted Snyder) (added after opening)
The Sousa Marches
Toni Caponi  (M: Louis A. Hirsch) (cut after opening)
(I Sang) Tra-La-Li (cut after opening)
Twenty Years Ago
Visit Looney Park (Opening Chorus)