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Dorothy   

 
American Theatre, (9/19/1898 - 9/24/1898)
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Opening Date: Sep 19, 1898    
Closing Date: Sep 24, 1898 Total Performances: 8

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Revival, Broadway
Description: An opera in three acts
Setting: In the county of Kent, England in 1740



Production Staff
Produced by Castle Square Opera Company
Libretto by B. C. Stephenson; Music by Alfred Cellier; Musical Director: Adolph Liesegang
Staged by Edward P. Temple
Scenic Design by Frank King
Cast
Algernon AsplandTom Grass
Harry L. ChaseSquire Bantam
Attalie ClaireDorothy Bantam
Raymond HitchcockLurcher
Rose LeightonMrs. Privett
Lizzie MacnicholLydia Hawthorne
Frank MoulanJohn Tuppitt
Gertrude QuinlanPhyllis Tuppitt
Joseph F. SheehanGeoffrey Wilder
William G. StewartHarry Sherwood
music by Alfred Cellier; lyrics by B. C. Stephenson
ACT 1 Sung By
Lads and lasses round about the hop pole tripPhyllis Tuppitt, Tom Grass, John Tuppitt and Chorus
Be wise in time, O Phyllis mineDorothy Bantam, Lydia Hawthorne and Phyllis Tuppitt
We're sorry to delay youDorothy Bantam, Lydia Hawthorne, Geoffrey Wilder and Harry Sherwood
With such a dainty dame none can compareGeoffrey Wilder
A father's joy and pride they areDorothy Bantam, Lydia Hawthorne, Geoffrey Wilder, Harry Sherwood and John Tuppitt
I am the Sheriff's faithful manLurcher, Geoffrey Wilder and Harry Sherwood
You swear to be good and trueDorothy Bantam, Lydia Hawthorne, Geoffrey Wilder and Harry Sherwood
Under the pumpChorus and Lurcher
Now take your seats at table spreadPrincipals and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Though born a man of high degreeGeoffrey Wilder and Chorus
Contentment I give youSquire Bantam
To bed so soon, Good nightDorothy Bantam, Lydia Hawthorne, Geoffrey Wilder, Harry Sherwood, Lurcher and Squire Bantam
One moment prayDorothy Bantam, Lydia Hawthorne, Geoffrey Wilder and Harry Sherwood
I stand at your threshold sighingHarry Sherwood
Are you sure...Geoffrey Wilder, Harry Sherwood and Squire Bantam
What noise was thatDorothy Bantam, Lydia Hawthorne, Geoffrey Wilder, Harry Sherwood, Squire Bantam and Lurcher
Hark forward! Hark forward! Away!Principals and Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
Dancing is not what it used to beChorus
The time has comePhyllis Tuppitt
What joy untoldPhyllis Tuppitt, Tom Grass, John Tuppitt and Chorus
You swear to be good and truePrincipals and Chorus