Mulligan guard ball a dramatic sketch in 1 act and 7 scenes by Edward Harrigan

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Statementby Ed. Harrigan.
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 84/6210 (P)
The Physical Object
Pagination[55] leaves ; 26 cm.
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2947318M
LC Control Number84187562

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The show was about Irish immigrant Dan Mulligan, who heads a social club, and the rest of his family. The show was about Irish immigrant Dan Mulligan, who heads a social club, and the rest of his family. Includes the music of the chorus of the popular song The Mulligan Guard, by David Braham.

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Paul McAllister was a driven man/5(4). Harrigan and the young actor Tony Hart () incorporated songs like ÒThe Mulligan GuardÓ into their Broadway performances like The Mulligan Guard Picnic () and The Mulligan GuardsÕ Ball ().

The Mulligan Guard plays satirize a neighborhood ÒmilitiaÓ made up of Irish immigrants in the United States and is inspired by the. Edward Harrigan (Octo – June 6, ), sometimes called Ned Harrigan, was an Irish-American actor, singer, dancer, playwright, lyricist and theater producer who, together with Tony Hart (as Harrigan & Hart), formed one of the most celebrated theatrical partnerships of the 19th century.

His career began in minstrelsy and variety but progressed to the production of multi-act plays. Soon Harrigan expanded his sketches to full-length musicals.

InThe Mulligan Guards' Ball, the first of Harrigan's Mulligan Guard series, a spoof of the then popular paramilitary groups and a major hit, was produced. Harrigan played Dan Mulligan and Hart was his wife. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard Moody. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: and the Brahams --"Welcome Mulligan Guard" --Letters to Annie --Wedding in Greenwich Village --Old Lavender --The Mulligan Guard Ball --Slambang, Melee, and General Melee --Tenements.

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The first of these Mulligan plays was The Mulligan Guard's Ball, followed by The Mulligan Guard's Picnic, The Mulligan Guard's Chowder, The Mulligan Guard's Christmas, and various others.

Although most of the Mulligan plays followed the same naming pattern, the final two shows in the series were titled Cordelia's Aspirations and Dan's Tribulations.

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The “Mulligan Guard” series focused on the lives of members of the middle or lower classes in New York City. “The Mulligan Guards’ Ball,” then by “The Mulligan Guards’ Chowder.” [Their] plays have presented the same characters in new situations, and are connected in the manner of a magazine story, which is published serially.

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