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The Yankee Consul   

Wallack's Theatre, (1/24/1905 - 3/04/1905)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jan 24, 1905    
Closing Date: Mar 04, 1905 Total Performances: 47

Category: Musical, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in two acts
Setting: Puerto Plata,SantoDomingo
This production is a return engagement of The Yankee Consul (2/22/1904 - 7/02/1904)

music by Alfred G. Robyn; lyrics by Henry Blossom
ACT 1 Sung By
Viva, the Gay Fiesta (Opening Chorus) Company
The Hammers Will Go Rap, Rap, Rap Don Rafael Deschado (Governor of Puerto Plata) and Chorus
(Ye Ho!) Oh Glad Is the Life of a Sailor at Sea Lieutenant Jack Morrell (Commanding U.S. Gunboat) and Chorus
In Old New York Abijah Booze and Chorus
Hola! Bonita (her daughter) and Chorus
I'd Like to Be a Soldier Captain Leopoldo (of the Dominican Army), Papinta (her niece) and Chorus
We Were Taught To Walk Demurely Bonita (her daughter), Papinta (her niece) and Donna Teresa Rebera-y Uruburu (a weathy widow)
Cupid Has Found My Heart Lieutenant Jack Morrell (Commanding U.S. Gunboat)
Tell Me Lieutenant Jack Morrell (Commanding U.S. Gunboat) and Bonita (her daughter)
ACT 2 Sung By
Gossip's Chorus Eight Girls
The Mosquito and the Midge Papinta (her niece) and Chorus of Girls
Ain't It Funny What a Difference Just a Few Hours Make Abijah Booze
My San Domingo Maid Bonita (her daughter) and Chorus
We Come of Castilian Blood Captain Leopoldo (of the Dominican Army) and Twelve Soldiers
Ensemble Number (includes San Domingo Dance by Miss Anne St. Tel)
In the Days of Old Abijah Booze and Chorus