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Countess Maritza   

Century Theatre, (4/09/1928 - 4/21/1928)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Apr 09, 1928    
Closing Date: Apr 21, 1928 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Operetta, Revival, Broadway
Description: An operetta in three acts
Setting: Hungary

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Emmerich Kalman; Book by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grunwald; Lyrics by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grunwald
Staged by J. C. Huffman
Lyrics adapted by Harry B. Smith
Anna Balton

Gladys Baxter
Countess Maritza
Leonard Ceeley
Count Tassilo Endrody
Hugh Chilvers
Alexandra Dagmar
Princess Bozena Klopensheim
George Dobbs
Baron Koloman Szupan
Arthur Geary
Robert Greig
Prince Populescu
Mitzi Kish
Louis E. Miller
Bela Torek
James C. Morton
Odette Myrtil
Marjorie Peterson
Robert Roltner
First Officer
Clarence Tolman
Jules Waldeck
music by Emmerich Kalman; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Dear Home of Mine Goodbye Count Tassilo Endrody and Nepomuk
ACT 1 Sung By
Hola, Follow, Follow Me Lazlo and Gypsies
Come at the Call of Love Manja and Count Tassilo Endrody
In the Days Gone By Count Tassilo Endrody and Stefan
Make Up Your Mind Zingo and Gypsies
The Musical Thrills Me Countess Maritza, Gypsies and Peasants
Golden Dreams
(music by Harry K. Morton)
Lisa and Count Tassilo Endrody
Flirtation Dance Lisa
The One I'm Looking For Countess Maritza and Baron Koloman Szupan
Play Gypsies Count Tassilo Endrody
ACT 2 Sung By
Don't Tempt Me Manja and Count Tassilo Endrody
Love Has Found My Heart
(music by Alfred Goodman)
Countess Maritza
I'll Keep on Dreaming Lisa and Baron Koloman Szupan
Who Am I? Zingo and Baron Koloman Szupan
Why Is the World So Changed Today? Countess Maritza and Count Tassilo Endrody
ACT 3 Sung By
Brown Eyed Girl Manja, Zingo and Baron Koloman Szupan