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The Fortune Teller   

Jolson's 59th Street Theatre, (11/04/1929 - 11/16/1929)
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Opening Date: Nov 04, 1929    
Closing Date: Nov 16, 1929 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Revival, Broadway
Description: An opera in three acts
Setting: Hungary


Production Staff
Produced by Jolson Theatre Musical Comedy Company
Music by Victor Herbert; Libretto by Harry B. Smith; Musical Director: Louis Kroll
Staged by Milton Aborn
Costume Design by Tams
Cast
Frances Baviello
Ensemble
Lizette Braddock
Ensemble
Evelyn Brown
Ensemble
William Burbank
Ensemble
James Carwin
Gardener
Donald Catlin
Ensemble
Roy Cropper
Captain Ladislas
Louis Diamond
Ensemble
Dene Dickens
Vaninka
Helen Etheridge
Ensemble
Florence Flanigen
Ensemble
Elizabeth Flannigan
Ensemble
Charles E. Galagher
Sandor
Sally Galbreaith
Ensemble
Eleanor Gilmore
Ensemble
Wee Griffin
Ensemble
Ione Haals
Ensemble
Harry Hermsden
Boris
Harry Knabenshue
Ensemble
George Koenig
Ensemble
Tessa Kosta
Musette
Irma
Lieutenant Fedor
Florine Lacluyze
Ensemble
Florence Lamorer'e
Ensemble
Mary Levitt
Ensemble
Ethel Lynne
Ensemble
William J. McCarthy
Count Berezowski
Nell McCormick
Ensemble
Leslie McLeod
General Korbay
Bert Melrose
Ensemble
Frances Moore
Ensemble
George Plummer
Ensemble
Detmar Poppen
Fresco
Helen Rae
Ensemble
Bernie Sager
Wakdemar
Prompter
Ensemble
Rafael
Adele Savage
Ensemble
Edward Taylor
Second Detective
Ensemble
Mary Thurman
Ensemble
Dorothy Wadleigh
Ensemble
Lillian Wallace
Ensemble
Charlotte Woodruff
Mlle. Pompom
Bronek Wrobleski
Ensemble
Francesco Yannelli
First Detective
Ensemble
Hobson Young
Ensemble
Lieutenant
Meredith Young
Ensemble
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
ACT 1 Sung By
Always Do as People Say You Should Musette and Ladies Chorus
Hungaria's Hussars Captain Ladislas and Hussars
Ho! Ye Townsmen Sandor
Romany Life Musette, Sandor, Vaninka, Boris, Rafael and Chorus
Czardas
ACT 2 Sung By
Signor Monsieur Moldoni Fresco and Chorus
The Serenade of All Nations Musette, Count Berezowski, Fresco, Boris and Mixed Chorus
Gypsy Love Song (Slumber On, My Little Gypsy Sweetheart) Sandor, Musette and Chorus
Only in the Play Mlle. Pompom and Captain Ladislas
ACT 3 Sung By
Gypsy Jan Sandor and Chorus
The Power of the Human Eye Boris and Count Berezowski
The Lily and the Nightingale Musette