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Lyric Theatre , (10/02/1905 - 12/09/1905)
Casino Theatre , (3/12/1906 - 4/07/1906)
Majestic Theatre , (5/07/1906 - 6/02/1906)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Oct 02, 1905   
Closing Date:Jun 02, 1906 Total Performances:146

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in two acts
Setting: The Imperial Palace and the Elysian Fields

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Reginald De Koven; Libretto by Frederic Ranken; Musical Director: Herman Perlet
Staged by R.H. Burnside
Scenic Design by Ernest Albert; Costume Design by Eaves Costume Company
Frank Casey Pedro
Marguerite Clark Sylvia
William Danforth Altimus
Ada Deaves Paprika
John Dunsmure Appollus
Carl Hayden Adonis
DeWolf Hopper Ecstaticus
Joseph Phillips Fortunatus
Bertha Shalek The Lady Alicia
Estelle Wentworth The Lady Patricia
William Wolff Sphinxus
music by Reginald DeKoven; lyrics by Frederic Ranken
ACT 1Sung By
Hail, Gentle Eros The Lady Patricia
Oh, Goddess Elysian Maidens
Royal Hussars Are We Hussars
A Soldier of Love Am I Appollus
A Sickening Sadness Sits on Me Ecstaticus
Robin (Redbreast) Sylvia
What's a Maiden? Sylvia, Ecstaticus and Sphinxus
Under Wicket Troubadours
(Pretty) Pretty Maiden Fortunatus
Cupid's Grammar Fortunatus and Sylvia
Behold the King of Altruria Altrurians
Taker Her, My Boy; She's Yours Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
Shy Strephon Arcadian Shepherds
The Black Sheep Appollus
'Twas the Rose Sylvia
Mimette, My Human Mermaid Ecstaticus
What Is the Difference? Sylvia
Happy is the Summer's Day Appollus, Adonis, The Lady Patricia and The Lady Alicia
How I Love Flowers! Ecstaticus and Altimus
Surrender Soldiers of Fortunatus
Charge, Boys, Charge! Fortunatus