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Lyric Theatre , (4/18/1904 - 6/04/1904)
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Opening Date:Apr 18, 1904   
Closing Date:Jun 04, 1904 Total Performances:57

Category: Musical, Comedy, Operetta, Revival, Broadway
Description: An opera in two acts
Setting: Pechaburi and Bangkok

Production Staff
Produced by Sam S. Shubert
Music by Woolfson Morse; Libretto by Cheever Goodwin; Featuring songs by Leo Friedman; Featuring songs with lyrics by George Lieb
Directed by Sam S. Shubert
Nella Bergen Marie
Frank Casey Pepat
Augustus Coletti Papanti
Frances Farrington Claifette
Lucy Georgi Minette
Frank Hill Panompin
Edna Hixon Babette
DeWolf Hopper Wang
Lucille Johnson Messenger No. 365
Madge Lessing Mataya
Donald MacLaren Jean Boucher
Regina McAvoy Rosalie
Helen Mooney Nannette
Helen Morrison Rosalie
Charlotte Palmer Suzette
William Pruette Colonel Fracasse
Julia Sanderson Gillette
Marion Singer La Veuve Frimousse
Maude Stanley Julie
George Williams Chow-Sury
Rose Wilson Fleurette
music by Woolfson Morse; lyrics by J. Cheever Goodwin
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Gaily o'er the bounding billows Sailors' Chorus
No Matter What Others May Say Mataya, Colonel Fracasse and Jean Boucher
A Pretty Girl (A Summer's Night) Mataya
Where Are You Going My Pretty Maid? Mataya and Marie
Mary's Got a Beau Ensemble
The Man With a Elephant on His Hands Wang
If you love me as I love you Wang and La Veuve Frimousse
We're Soldiers of the Army Soldier Chorus and Jean Boucher
ACT 2Sung By
Every Rose Must Have Its Thorn Marie
Ask the Man in the Moon Wang, Mataya and Colonel Fracasse
When You Were All to Me Colonel Fracasse
(music by Leo Friedman; lyrics by George Lieb)
Baby Wang, Mataya and Children
Sharper than the serpent's fang Chorus
Coronation March