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The Monks Of Malabar   

Knickerbocker Theatre, (9/14/1900 - 10/20/1900)
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Opening Date: Sep 14, 1900    
Closing Date: Oct 20, 1900 Total Performances: 39

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in three acts
Setting: The Taj Mahal in Malabar and in and around the Maharajah's Palaces


Production Staff
Produced by Sam Nixon and J. Fred Zimmerman
Music by Ludwig Englander; Libretto by J. Cheever Goodwin; Musical Director: Emrico Morealle
Staged by A. M. Holbrook
Scenic Design by Henry E. Hoyt; Costume Design by Dazian
Cast
H. Arling
Bitoby
Edith Bradford
Zizibar
Maud Hollins
Cocodilla
Edith Hutchins
Zoloe
Sidney Jarvis
Bakari
Louise Lawton
Ninika
Madge Lessing
Anita Tivoli
Hallen Mostyn
The Maharajah of Malabar
Clara Palmer
Djelma
J. Ratliff
Macassar
Van Rensselaer Wheeler
Daru
Francis Wilson
Boolboom
music by Ludwig Englander; lyrics by J. Cheever Goodwin
ACT 1 Sung By
Hail the Groom and Hail the Bride Chorus
I Love My Love Zizibar
Where He Goes We Go Too Cocodilla
The Monks of Malabar Boolboom and Chorus
The Dear Little French Grisette Boolboom and Daru
Singing and Dancing Ensemble
In Gay Paree Anita Tivoli and Chorus
Article 213 Boolboom, Zizibar, Cocodilla, Djelma, Ninika and Zoloe
Joseph, James and John Boolboom and Anita Tivoli
Go On and Marry!
ACT 2 Sung By
With Keen Anticipation Ensemble
Hear! Hear! The Maharajah of Malabar
You Know That I Adore You Zizibar and Cocodilla
Ebb and Flow Daru and Chorus
With Glad Acclaim Chorus
Then, If I Understand Right Boolboom, Anita Tivoli and Chorus
No More Weighted Down By Sorrow
ACT 3 Sung By
Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Zizibar, Cocodilla, Zoloe and Djelma
Here We Are Sir Chorus
Ere I Wed You Boolboom, Anita Tivoli and Daru