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The Queen's Lace Handkerchief   

Casino Theatre, (10/21/1882 - 10/28/1882)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Oct 21, 1882    
Closing Date: Oct 28, 1882 Total Performances: 8

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original
Description: An operetta in three acts


Production Staff
Music by Johann Strauss; Featuring songs by Edward Solomon; Lyrics by Heinrich Bohrmann and Julius von St. Albino; Featuring songs with lyrics by Henry Pottinger Stephens
Cast
E. Aiken
Antonio
innkeeper
Annie Caldwell
Officer of the King
Mathilde Cottrelly
Donna Irene
the Queen's confidante
Mr. Dowd
Count San Gregorio
Minister of Interior
Eme Duchateau
Second Lady in Waiting
George Gaston
Don Sancho De Avellaneda y Villapinguedones
tutor to the King
Joseph S. Greensfelder
Count Villalobos Rodriguez
Annette Hall
First Lady in Waiting
Maud Haslam
Third Lady in Waiting
E. Horan
Brazilian Ambassador
Mr. Kaufman
Master of Ceremonies
Mr. Lellman
Dancing Master
Mr. McCreery
Duke of Feria
Minister of Finance
Louise Paullin
The King of Portugal
Signor Perugini
Cervantes
a poet
Lily Post
The Queen
Jennie Reiffarth
Marquise of Villareal
Mr. Ross
Count Lemos
Minister of Navy
Harry Standish
Marquis de la Marechal Villareal
Minister of War
Jay Taylor
Don Quixote
W. Taylor
Don Diego de Parades
Minister of Police
Mr. Tibbets
Warden
music by Johann Strauss; lyrics by Richard Genee, Heinrich Bohrmann and Julius von St. Albino
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
I am the King's tutor Don Sancho De Avellaneda y Villapinguedones (tutor to the King)
Romance and Duet The Queen and Donna Irene (the Queen's confidante)
Truffle Song The King of Portugal
Duet Don Sancho De Avellaneda y Villapinguedones (tutor to the King) and Don Quixote
Finale
ACT 2 Sung By
Cervantes Solo Cervantes (a poet)
Trio (from CLAUDE DUVAL)
(music by Edward Solomon; lyrics by Henry Pottinger Stephens)
Marquis de la Marechal Villareal (Minister of War), Don Quixote and Don Sancho De Avellaneda y Villapinguedones (tutor to the King)
Finale
ACT 3 Sung By
Couplet Don Sancho De Avellaneda y Villapinguedones (tutor to the King)
Finale