The Office Boy (1903)
Hager's Orchestra's performance of what is probably O'Hare's orchestration
The music of The Office Boy was written by Ludwig Englander, and is generally of a bright and tuneful sort, along lines that are sufficiently tried to promise a certain degree of popularity.
Of the songs in the first act, the most pleasing , perhaps, is 'Plain Mamie O'Hooley,' sung by Mr. Daniels, Eva Tanguay, and Messrs. Wheat and Bennett. It is made especially effective by a grotesque dance accompaniment at the end of which the two principals 'plump themselves down' n the centre of the stage. --New York Times
The big song hit, 'I'm on the Water Wagon Now,' comes in the second act, and is decidedly funny, not only in its versification, but by reason of the quaintness of the comedian's method of singing it.
The Isle of Spice (1903)
Mrs. Black Is Back (1904)
Love's Lottery (1904)
Me, Him & I (1905)
Hear what is probably O'Hare's orchestration of "The Minstrel Parade," an instrumental number from Me, Him & I
Rollicking Girl (1905)
The Pearl and the Pumpkin (1905)
The Mayor of Tokio (1905)
The Filibuster (1905)
Background graphic, top of page: New York's Knickerbocker Theatre, Rollicking Girl, 1905