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The Rose of Alhambra   
The Magic Lute

Majestic Theatre , (2/04/1907 - 2/23/1907)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Feb 04, 1907   
Closing Date:Feb 23, 1907 Total Performances:26

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in three acts
Setting: Granada in 1730 and Seville

Production Staff
Produced by Opera Comique Company
Music by Lucius Hosmer; Book by Charles Emerson Cook; Lyrics by Charles Emerson Cook; Based on a story by Washington Irving; Musical Director: J. E. Nicol
Directed by Charles Emerson Cook
Scenic Design by Frank E. Gates, E. A. Morange, Homer Emens and Edward G. Unitt
Elizabeth Anglin Chorus
Agostino Baci Mario
Agnes Cain Brown Jacinta
Tessie Bunchu Dona Felisha
Louis Casavant Brother Nicolo
George Eaton Collins Don Alvaro
Lydia Dumpere Chorus
Eddie Heron Philip V
Lillian Hudson Estrella
William James Pedro
Frank M. Kelly Captain Vivar
Joseph Little Don Rodrigo
Hazel Neason Frasquita
Henry Norman Boraldo
Betty Ohls Pepita
Alma Osborne Dona Camilla
Burdella Patterson Chorus
Greta Risley Elizabetta
Spirit of Zorahavda
W. L. Thorne Roberto
Ley Vernon Ruyz
Margaret Warren Chorus
Owen Westford Peregil
Isabelle Winlocke Fredegonda
ACT 1Sung By
All the Kings' Horses and Men Chorus
The Falcon Ruyz
Weaving Jacinta
Give Him a Welcome Quite Spanish Chorus
(The Burlesque) Serenade Philip V, Brother Nicolo and Peregil
Long Live the King
Slash! Dash! Bang! Boraldo
ACT 2Sung By
Love's Eternal Song Jacinta
The Pilgrim of Love Ruyz
The Nightingale and the Rose Estrella and Ruyz
Castles in Spain Philip V, Estrella, Peregil and Boraldo
ACT 3Sung By
We're the Royal M.D.'s Boraldo and Male Chorus
Sevillana- Manana Brother Nicolo and Chorus
O, Won't You Shed One Little Tear for Me? Philip V
The Lay of the Lute Jacinta