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Broadway Theatre, (1/31/1905 - 2/11/1905)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jan 31, 1905    
Closing Date: Feb 11, 1905 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Opera, Revival
Description: An opera in three acts

Production Staff
Produced by Charles B. Dillingham
Music by Charles Le Cocq; Lyrics by Eugene Leterrier and Albert Vanloo
ACT 1 Sung By
Let our voices be gladChorus
The sun has sunk behind the cloudsPaquita
What a happy day for a father kindDon Bolero d'Alcazaras
Turn not away, here's GirofleGirofle
My father is a banker oldMarasquin
The wedding bells begin to playChorus
O dear, my heart goes pat-a-patMarasquin and Girofle
Of all the charms of our professionChorus of Pirates
All is over, we are marriedMarasquin and Girofle
Make way, ye slavesChorus
Hast forgot how you saidGirofle
Now's the day and now's the hourChorus
How like she is to GirofleGirofle, Paquita, Aurora, Marasquin, Don Bolero d'Alcazaras and Mourzouk
ACT 2 Sung By
Pray accept our congratulationsChorus
Away! Away!
Papa! papa! I'll not stand this any moreGirofla and Don Bolero d'Alcazaras
Fools may jeerMarasquin
Hark! the bright and festive measure
The gallant sailor MatamorePedro, Don Bolero d'Alcazaras, Aurora, Girofle and Paquita
Good appetite, good appetiteEnsemble
See how it sparklesGirofla
First rate, first rate, excellent wine
ACT 3 Sung By
Lo, the dawn is breakingChorus
Oh, how delightful to breakfast togetherGirofle and Marasquin
My Girofla, my brideMourzouk and Girofla
My jealous husband here!Mourzouk, Girofla, Girofle and Marasquin
It is time your carpet bag to fastenEnsemble
The trav'lers lot is always bitterMourzouk
The gallant sailor MatamoreChorus