Color litho. At top reads “A Notable Production of the Last Word in Musical Comedy A Modern Cinderella/Book & Lyrics by Caspar Nathan/Music by Hampton Durand." Image of top-hatted man with line of eight women wearing gay hats and flowered dresses.
Little information is available on this show, although based on the date of the lithograph it played sometime around the turn of the century and was turned into a film in 1909 or 1917. Durand was a notable composer, having written songs like "I Love to Love a Mason" (1910) and "That Kentucky Rag" (1912) and "Coney Island Washboard Roundelay" (1926) before going on to pen hits for the Mills Brothers in the 1930s.