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Cox and Box   
The Long Lost Brothers

Songs for Cox and Box are listed as Act 1
 

This production was composed of the following shows:

St. James Theatre , (2/19/1951 - 3/03/1951)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Feb 19, 1951   
Closing Date:Mar 03, 1951 Total Performances:8

Category: Musical, Operetta, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in One Act
Setting: Furnished room in Bouncer's house, Bloomsbury, London.


Cox and Box

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Setting: Furnished room in Bouncer's house, Bloomsbury, London.

Production Staff
Produced by D'Oyly Carte Opera Company
Written by W. S. Gilbert; Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; Musical Director: Isidore Godfrey
Staged by Eleanor Evans
Cast
Leonard Osborn John James Box
A Journeyman Printer
Alan Styler James John Cox
A Journeyman Hatter
Eric Thornton Sergeant Bouncer
Late of the Dampshire Yeomanry, with military remi

The Pirates of Penzance

Category: Musical, Comedy, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Setting: A rocky seashore on the coast of Cornwall. A ruined chapel by moonlight.

Production Staff
Produced by D'Oyly Carte Opera Company
Written by W. S. Gilbert; Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; Musical Director: Isidore Godfrey
Staged by Eleanor Evans
Cast
Darrell Fancourt The Pirate King
Joan Gillingham Edith
General Stanley's Daughter
Martyn Green Major General Stanley
Neville Griffiths Frederic
the Pirate Apprentice
Ella Halman Ruth
Pirate 'Maid-of-all-Work'
Muriel Harding Mabel
General Stanley's Daughter
Donald Harris Samuel
The Pirate King's Lieutenant
Enid Walsh Isabel
General Stanley's Daughter
Richard Watson The Sergeant of Police
Joyce Wright Kate
General Stanley's Daughter
music by Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Francis C. Burnand
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

Cox and Box
ACT 1Sung By
Rataplan (Yes, yes, in those merry days) Sergeant Bouncer (Late of the Dampshire Yeomanry, with military remi)
Stay, Bouncer, Stay James John Cox (A Journeyman Hatter) and Sergeant Bouncer (Late of the Dampshire Yeomanry, with military remi)
Hush-a-bye, Bacon John James Box (A Journeyman Printer)
My Master Is Punctual James John Cox (A Journeyman Hatter)
Who are you, Sir? James John Cox (A Journeyman Hatter), John James Box (A Journeyman Printer) and Sergeant Bouncer (Late of the Dampshire Yeomanry, with military remi)
The Buttercup James John Cox (A Journeyman Hatter) and John James Box (A Journeyman Printer)
Three years ago John James Box (A Journeyman Printer)
Sixes James John Cox (A Journeyman Hatter) and John James Box (A Journeyman Printer)
My hand upon it
H.M.S. Pinafore
ACT 2Sung By
We sail the ocean blue
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
I'm called little Buttercup (Recitative and Song)
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Little Buttercup (Mrs. Cripps, a Portsmouth Bumboat Woman)
The Nightingale sigh'd for the moon's bright ray (Scena)
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Ralph Rackstraw and Chorus
A maiden fair to see (Aria)
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Ralph Rackstraw and Chorus
I am the Captain of the Pinafore (Recitative, Song, and Chorus)
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Captain Corcoran (Commander of H.M.S. Pinafore) and Men's Chorus
Sorry her lot
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Josephine (the Captain's Daughter)
Over the bright blue sea Comes Sir Joseph Porter, K. C. B.
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Women's Chorus
We sail the ocean blue (Reprise)
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Men's Chorus
I am the monarch of the sea
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
The Right Honorable Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B. (First Lord of the Admiralty), Hebe (Sir Joseph's First Cousin), Bill Bobstay (Boatswain) and Chorus
When I was a lad
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
The Right Honorable Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B. (First Lord of the Admiralty) and Chorus
A British tar is a soaring soul
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Ralph Rackstraw, Bill Bobstay (Boatswain) and Bob Beckett
Refrain, audacious tar, your suit from pressing
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Josephine (the Captain's Daughter) and Ralph Rackstraw
Can I survive this overbearing? (Finale)
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Principals and Chorus
ACT 3Sung By
Fair moon, to thee I sing!
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Captain Corcoran (Commander of H.M.S. Pinafore)
Things are seldom what they seem
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Little Buttercup (Mrs. Cripps, a Portsmouth Bumboat Woman) and Captain Corcoran (Commander of H.M.S. Pinafore)
The hours creep on apace (Scena)
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Josephine (the Captain's Daughter)
Never mind the why or wherefore
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Josephine (the Captain's Daughter), Captain Corcoran (Commander of H.M.S. Pinafore) and The Right Honorable Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B. (First Lord of the Admiralty)
The merry maiden and the tar
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Captain Corcoran (Commander of H.M.S. Pinafore) and Dick Deadeye
Carefully on tiptoe stealing
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Dick Deadeye, Captain Corcoran (Commander of H.M.S. Pinafore), Josephine (the Captain's Daughter), Ralph Rackstraw, Hebe (Sir Joseph's First Cousin), The Right Honorable Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B. (First Lord of the Admiralty) and Men's Chorus
Farewell, my own, Light of my life, farewell!
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Ralph Rackstraw, Josephine (the Captain's Daughter), The Right Honorable Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B. (First Lord of the Admiralty), Hebe (Sir Joseph's First Cousin), Dick Deadeye, Bill Bobstay (Boatswain), Bob Beckett, Little Buttercup (Mrs. Cripps, a Portsmouth Bumboat Woman) and Chorus
A many years ago, when I was young and charming (Legend)
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Little Buttercup (Mrs. Cripps, a Portsmouth Bumboat Woman) and Chorus
Oh joy, oh rapture unforseen (Finale)
(lyrics by William S. Gilbert)
Principals and Chorus