Evie Greene (1875-1917)
Last updated: 26.04.24
p_greenee.jpgAccording to the Internet source given below, Edith Elizabeth "Evie" Greene was an English actress and singer born in Portsmouth, England. She played in Edwardian musical comedies in London and on Broadway and starred as Dolores in the international hit musical Florodora. (1889).
Early in her career, Greene starred in pantomime in the provinces before appearing in the major London and Broadway theatres.
She died in Southsea, Hampshire.
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     Title Remarks Supplier
cd15.gif  Singing Actresses   flag15uk.gif flag15fr.gif flag15it.gif flag15es.gif
This list is derived from information provided by Monologues.co.uk which went down sometime in 2023.
The loss of this valuable resource is very sad and a mystery.
     Title Attribution Remarks
  Corsican Maid George M. Saker (music)
George Fearnley (words)
Evie Greene (perf.)
The peformer is featured on 4 sheet music/recording covers. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located.
     Title Composer Attribution Items
perf15.jpg Powder-Puff (1900), The Augustus Barratt Adrian Ross (words)
perf15.jpg Try Again, Johnnie (1902) Lionel Monckton Adrian Ross (words)
perf15.jpg Corsican Maid (1909), The George M. Saker George Fearnley (words)
perf15.jpg There Went A Country Girl One Day (?) Unknown