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The Serenade   

This production played in repertory with The Viceroy, Robin Hood

Knickerbocker Theatre, (3/16/1897 - 5/22/1897)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Mar 16, 1897    
Closing Date: Closing date unknown Total Performances: 79

Category: Musical, Comedy, Operetta, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The Duke's Castle in the Mountainous Region of Spain; Senora Valdez School for Girls and Barracks of Spanish Dungeon.

Production Staff
Produced by The Bostonians
Music by Victor Herbert; Book by Harry B. Smith; Lyrics by Victor Herbert
Henry Clay BarnabeeThe Duke of Santa Cruz
Josephine BartlettMother Superior
Harry BrownColombo
Louise ClearyMercedes
Eugene CowlesRomero
Harry DaleFra Anselmo
Jessie Bartlett DavisDolores
George B. FrothinghamGomez
Leonora GuitoIsabella
Charles HawleyEl Gato
Bertha LovejoyManuelo
William H. MacDonaldCarlos Alvarado
James E. MillerThe Abbot
Alice NielsenYvonne
William E. PhilpLopez
Marcia Van DresserJuana
Adam WarmouthFra Timoteo
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
ACT 1 Sung By
Song of the CarbineRomero and Chorus
Peering Right and LeftChorus of Duke's Attendants
With Cracking of Whip and Rattle of SpurCarlos Alvarado
The Funny Side of ThatThe Duke of Santa Cruz
I Love Thee, I Adore TheeCarlos Alvarado and Dolores
The Singing LessonYvonne and Colombo
ACT 2 Sung By
In Our Quiet CloisterChorus of Monks
In Fair AndalusiaYvonne and Chorus of Monks
The Monk and the MaidRomero
Woman, Lovely WomanThe Duke of Santa Cruz
The AngelusDolores
Cupid and IYvonne
ACT 3 Sung By
Don Jose of SevillaDolores and Carlos Alvarado
I Envy the BirdLopez
Dreaming, DreamingCarlos Alvarado, Yvonne and Gomez