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The Chocolate Soldier   

 
Century Theatre , (12/12/1921 - 2/18/1922)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Dec 12, 1921   
Closing Date:Feb 18, 1922 Total Performances:83

Category: Musical, Opera, Revival, Broadway
Description: An operetta in three acts
Setting: 1885, near the Dragoman Pass, Bulgaria


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Oscar Straus; Based on the play "Arms and the Man" by Bernard Shaw; Libretto by R. Bernauer and L. Jacobson; Translated by Stanislaus Stange
Cast
Myrtle Ashly Singer
Ruth Bannon Singer
Allston Bent Singer
Donald Brian Lieutenant Bumerli
"The Chocolate Soldier"
Jack Bruns Singer
Alice Burns Singer
Annette Carmichael Singer
Flo Clemons
Henri Cottave Singer
Lenore Darcy Singer
Greta Drew Singer
Ethel Drury Singer
John Humbird Duffey Major Alexius Spiridoff
member of the Bulgarian Army, betrothed to Nadina
John Dunsmure Col. Kasimer Popoff
member of the Bulgarian Army
Joy Ellis Singer
William Foster Singer
Laura Grenville Singer
Charles Hassing Singer
Paul K. Herbert Singer
Marian Hoff Singer
Harry Howell Singer
Vivian Kelley Singer
Virginia Kirkland Singer
Tessa Kosta Nadina Popoff
Col. Popoff's daughter
Elmira Lane Singer
Melba Lee Singer
Grace Leon Singer
Mary Manley Singer
Frank Markham Singer
Rose Maynard Singer
Belle Mazelle Singer
Pat McCarty Singer
Jay C. McCormack Singer
Jay Carlton McCormack Stephen
Popoff's servant
Irene McGovern Singer
Louise L. McGovern Singer
Harry Miller Singer
Estelle Murcier Singer
Virginia O'Brien Mascha
Aurelia's cousin
Garford Oliver Singer
Beauton O'Quinn Louka
Popoff's servant
Singer
William Passman Singer
Detmar Poppen Captain Massakroff
member of the Bulgarian Army
Mary Rennie Singer
Mildred Rogers Aurelia Popoff
Nadina's mother
Maude Satterfield Singer
Verna Shaff Singer
Kay Swan Singer
Harold J. Varney Singer
Marion Weaver Singer
Joe Werden Singer
Isabelle Wilkes Singer
music by Oscar Straus; lyrics by Stanislaus Stange
ACT 1Sung By
My Hero Nadina Popoff (Col. Popoff's daughter)
Sympathy Nadina Popoff (Col. Popoff's daughter) and Lieutenant Bumerli ("The Chocolate Soldier")
Seek the Spy Captain Massakroff (member of the Bulgarian Army), Nadina Popoff (Col. Popoff's daughter), Mascha (Aurelia's cousin), Aurelia Popoff (Nadina's mother), Lieutenant Bumerli ("The Chocolate Soldier") and Bulgarian Soldiers
ACT 2Sung By
Thank the Lord the War Is Over Ensemble
Never Was There Such a Lover Nadina Popoff (Col. Popoff's daughter) and Major Alexius Spiridoff (member of the Bulgarian Army, betrothed to Nadina)
The Chocolate Soldier Nadina Popoff (Col. Popoff's daughter) and Lieutenant Bumerli ("The Chocolate Soldier")
Tale of the Coat Nadina Popoff (Col. Popoff's daughter), Mascha (Aurelia's cousin), Aurelia Popoff (Nadina's mother), Lieutenant Bumerli ("The Chocolate Soldier"), Major Alexius Spiridoff (member of the Bulgarian Army, betrothed to Nadina) and Col. Kasimer Popoff (member of the Bulgarian Army)
That Would Be Lovely Nadina Popoff (Col. Popoff's daughter) and Lieutenant Bumerli ("The Chocolate Soldier")
ACT 3Sung By
Sweetheart Ensemble
Falling in Love Mascha (Aurelia's cousin) and Major Alexius Spiridoff (member of the Bulgarian Army, betrothed to Nadina)
The Letter Song Nadina Popoff (Col. Popoff's daughter)
The Letter Nadina Popoff (Col. Popoff's daughter) and Lieutenant Bumerli ("The Chocolate Soldier")