Burnside, R. H.


Burnside, R. H.
(1870-1952)
   Robert Hubber Thorne Burnside was born into a theatrical family in Glasgow, Scotland. In 1894, he came to New York to direct Lillian Russell. Beginning with Sergeant Kitty (1903), he devoted himself largely to playwriting and wrote lyrics for musicals. Burnside was best known for his association with the Hippodrome (1909-1923), where he staged many of the spectacles, notably Chin Chin (1914). He also served five years as Shepherd of the Lambs' Club.

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