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The Toreador   

 
Academy of Music, (2/22/1904 - Closing date unknown)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Feb 22, 1904    
Closing Date: Closing date unknown Total Performances:

Category: Musical, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts



Production Staff
Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton; Book by James T. Tanner and Harry Nicholls; Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank
music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton; lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Where the Gigantic Ocean AtlanticChorus
We're All of Us Lovely and YoungBridesmaids
I'm RomanticMrs. Malton Hoppings and Chorus
Toreador's SongCarajola and Chorus
Won't It Be a LarkDora Selby, Nancy Stauton and Susan
Everybody's Awfully Good to Me
(music by Paul Rubens; lyrics by Paul Rubens)
Sir Archibald Slackett, Bart
If Ever I MarrySusan and Sammy Gigg
My ZooPettifer and Chorus
(Away to) Espana Dora Selby, Nancy Stauton, Augustus Traill and Sir Archibald Slackett, Bart
The Language of FlowersNancy Stauton and Chorus
Oh, Senor, PrayDonna Teresa and Sammy Gigg
Hear Me, Amelia
ACT 2 Sung By
With All the Town in Bright ArrayChorus
The Governor of VillayaGovernor of Villaya and Chorus
Yaller Boy and the MoonNancy Stauton and Sir Archibald Slackett, Bart
My Toreador
(music by Paul Rubens; lyrics by Paul Rubens)
Donna Teresa
The Hall of Fame
(music by John W. Bratton; lyrics by Robb)
Sammy Gigg
Keep Off the Grass
(lyrics by Leslie Mayne)
Dora Selby and Bridesmaids
Here They Come in Glittering GloryChorus
Archie
(lyrics by George Grossmith, Jr.)
Sir Archibald Slackett, Bart and Chorus