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The Gondoliers   
The King of Barataria

 

Adelphi Theatre, (8/05/1935 - 8/31/1935)
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Opening Date: Aug 05, 1935    
Closing Date: Aug 31, 1935 Total Performances: 12

Category: Musical, Operetta, Revival, Broadway
Description: An operetta in two acts
Setting: The Piazetta, Venice. Pavilion in the Palace of Barataria.



Production Staff
Produced by Lodewick Vroom and The Civic Light Opera Company
Libretto by W. S. Gilbert; Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan
Staged by R.H. Burnside
Scenic Design by Eugene B. Dunkel; Costume Design by Brooks Costume Company; Costumes from sketches by Billie Livingston
Conducted by Louis Kroll
Cast
Jay AmissChorus
Elfrida AndabelChorus
Walter AndrewsLuiz
Frances BavielloFiametta
Chorus
Don BeckerChorus
Joan BoekholtzChorus
Mildred BurkeChorus
Marion CastlerayChorus
Francis ClarkeChorus
John CosbyGiorgio
Chorus
William DanforthDon Alhambra Del Bolero
Margaret DaumCasilda
Madeline de SouterChorus
Alfred DrakeChorus
Adele DruryChorus
George EbertChorus
Grace GarnettChorus
Edith GibsonVittoria
Chorus
Eleanor GilmoreGiulia
Chorus
Ione HaalsInez
Vivian HartGianetta
Roger InghamChorus
Robert IrvingChorus
Siegfried LangerChorus
Ruth MannersChorus
Howard MarshMarco Palmieri
Jean MatusChorus
Mildred MercerChorus
Frank MoulanThe Duke of Plaza-Toro
John MuccioChorus
Vera MullerChorus
Bertram PeacockGiuseppe Palmieri
George RogersAntonio
Chorus
Jane RondthalerChorus
Marion RossChorus
Vera RossThe Duchess of Plaza-Toro
Frederick RudinChorus
Peggy StricklandTessa
Jean TalcottChorus
Alma TollefsenChorus
Serg UryChorus
Marie ValezChorus
William VenturoFrancesco
Chorus
Rudolph WagnerChorus
Gertrude WaldonChorus
Margaret WalkerChorus
Solon WestAnnibale
Chorus
music by Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by W. S. Gilbert
ACT 1 Sung By
List and LearnFrancesco, Gondoliers, Marco Palmieri and Giuseppe Palmieri
From the sunny Spanish shoreThe Duke of Plaza-Toro, The Duchess of Plaza-Toro, Casilda and Luiz
In enterprise of martial kindThe Duke of Plaza-Toro
O rapture, when alone togetherCasilda and Luiz
There was a TimeCasilda and Luiz
I stole the PrinceDon Alhambra Del Bolero, Casilda, The Duke of Plaza-Toro, The Duchess of Plaza-Toro and Luiz
But, bless my heartCasilda and Don Alhambra Del Bolero
Try we life longThe Duke of Plaza-Toro, The Duchess of Plaza-Toro, Casilda, Luiz and Don Alhambra Del Bolero
Bridegroom and brideEnsemble
When a merry maiden marriesTessa
Kind sir, you cannot have the heartGianetta
Then one of usMarco Palmieri, Giuseppe Palmieri, Gianetta and Tessa
ACT 2 Sung By
Of happiness the very pithChorus of Men, Marco Palmieri and Giuseppe Palmieri
Rising early in the morningGiuseppe Palmieri and Ensemble
Take a pair of sparkling eyesMarco Palmieri
Here we are at the riskGianetta, Tessa, Fiametta and Vittoria
Dance a Cachucha
There lived a king, as I've been toldDon Alhambra Del Bolero, Marco Palmieri and Giuseppe Palmieri
In a contemplative fashionMarco Palmieri, Giuseppe Palmieri, Gianetta and Tessa
With ducal pompEnsemble, The Duke of Plaza-Toro and The Duchess of Plaza-Toro
On the day I was weddedThe Duchess of Plaza-Toro
To help unhappy commoners/Small Titles and OrdersThe Duke of Plaza-Toro and The Duchess of Plaza-Toro
I am a courtier grave and seriousThe Duke of Plaza-Toro, The Duchess of Plaza-Toro, Casilda, Marco Palmieri and Giuseppe Palmieri
Here is a case unprecedented
Now let the royal liegesMarco Palmieri, Giuseppe Palmieri, Casilda, Gianetta, Tessa and Ensemble