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Florodora   

 
New York Winter Garden Theatre, (1/27/1902 - circa. 3/1902)
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Opening Date: Jan 27, 1902    
Closing Date: Mar 1902 Total Performances: 48

Category: Musical, Revival
Description: A musical comedy in two acts
Setting: The Island of Florodora, the Garden at Abercoed Castle, and the Ball Room at Abercoed Castle



music by Leslie Stuart; lyrics by Leslie Stuart ,Paul Rubens and Ernest Boyd-Jones
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Flowers a-blooming so gayChorus
The Credit's Due to MeClerks and Chorus
The Silver Star of LoveDolores
Chorus of WelcomeChorus
Come and See Our IslandClerks and English Girls
When I Leave TownLady Hollyrood
The Fellow Who Might Be/ GallopingAngela Gilfain and Captain Arthur Donegal
I Want to Marry a Man, I DoLady Hollyrood, Cyrus Gilfain and Anthony Tweedlepunch
PhrenologyCyrus Gilfain and Chorus
(When) An Interfering PersonLady Hollyrood, Angela Gilfain, Captain Arthur Donegal and Anthony Tweedlepunch
(Under) the Shade of the PalmFrank Abercoed
FinaleChorus
ACT 2 Sung By
TactLady Hollyrood and Chorus
When You're a MillionaireCyrus Gilfain and Chorus
Tell Me, Pretty MaidenClerks and English Girls
We Get Up at 8 A.M.Leandro and Valeda
Willie Was a Gay Boy
(lyrics by Alfred Murray)
Angela Gilfain
When We're on the Stage (We're Both on the Stage)Dolores and Anthony Tweedlepunch
I've an Inkling
(music by Paul Rubens)
Lady Hollyrood
(The) Queen of the Philippine Islands (His Only Love)
(music by Paul Rubens)
Dolores
I Want to Be a Military Man
(lyrics by Frank A. Clement)
Captain Arthur Donegal and Chorus