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The Serenade   

Jolson's 59th Street Theatre, (3/04/1930 - 3/15/1930)
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Opening Date: Mar 04, 1930    
Closing Date: Mar 15, 1930 Total Performances: 15

Category: Musical, Comedy, Operetta, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The Duke's Castle in the Mountainous Region of Spain; Senora Valdez School for Girls and Barracks of Spanish Dungeon.

Production Staff
Produced by Jolson Theatre Musical Comedy Company
Book by Harry B. Smith; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith; Music by Victor Herbert
Staged by Milton Aborn
Frances BavielloJuana
John CherryColombo
Elizabeth CrandallSenora Valdez
Roy CropperLopez
Carl DewsCaptain Anselmo
Greek EvansCarlos Alvarado
Charles E. GalagherRomero
Wee GriffinIsabella
Forrest HuffThe Duke of Santa Cruz
Lorna Doone JacksonDolores
Olga SteckInez
William WhiteGomez
Hobson YoungThe Colonel
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
ACT 1 Sung By
Song of the CarbineRomero and Ensemble
Peering Right and LeftEnsemble
For I'm a Jolly PostillonCarlos Alvarado and Ensemble
The Funny Side of ThatThe Duke of Santa Cruz and Ensemble
I Love Thee, I Adore TheeDolores and Carlos Alvarado
The Singing LessonInez, Colombo and Gomez
Gaze on This Face So NobleInez and Lopez
ACT 2 Sung By
In Fair AndalusiaInez and Ensemble
CharityRomero and Male Chorus
Who Can This BeThe Duke of Santa Cruz, Dolores and Ensemble
Woman, Lovely WomanThe Duke of Santa Cruz and Ensemble
The AngelusDolores and Ensemble
Cupid and IInez
The SerenadeMale Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
Don Jose of SevillaDolores, Carlos Alvarado and Ensemble
I Envy the BirdLopez
Dreaming, DreamingThe Duke of Santa Cruz, Inez and Gomez