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Cyrano de Bergerac   

Knickerbocker Theatre, (9/18/1899 - 10/14/1899)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Sep 18, 1899    
Closing Date: Oct 14, 1899 Total Performances: 28

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in three acts
Setting: Hotel de Bourgogne, Paris. Ragueneau's pastry shop. Exterior of castle and fortress on outskirts of Aras (The French Camp). 1640 - 1655.

Production Staff
Produced by Francis Wilson Opera Company
Music by Victor Herbert; Book by Stuart Reed; from the play by Edmond Rostand; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith; Orchestra under the direction of John McGhie
Directed by A. M. Holbrook
Costume Design by Percy Anderson; Scenic Design by Richard Marston
Charles H. Bowers
Christian de Neuvillette
John E. Brand
Captain Castel-Jaloux
Robert Broderick
Count de Guiche
Thomas De Vassey
Second Poet
Charles F. Dodge
A Doorkeeper
Lulu Glaser
F. S. Heck
An Actor
A. M. Holbrook
A Friar
Clara Hollywood
Bessie Howard
An Actress
Josephine Intropidi
Carl King
Josephine Knapp
Stella Koetter
Second Cadet
Peter Lang
William Laverty
A Young Lord
H. L. Owen
Third Poet
Joseph M. Ratliff
A Captain of the Musketeers
Frank Scott
A Pickpocket
Karl Stall
First Poet
Martha Stein
Third Cadet
Lotta Watson
First Cook's Boy
Francis Wilson
Cyrano de Bergerac
Laura Wise
Second Cook's Boy
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
ACT 1 Sung By
The clock is on the stroke of eight Chorus
Come the Gallants of the Court Male Chorus
I Am a Court Coquette Roxane and Male Chorus
I Come from Gascony Cyrano de Bergerac and Chorus
I Must Marry a Handsome Man Cyrano de Bergerac and Roxane
The King's Musketeers Christian de Neuvillette, Count de Guiche, Cyrano de Bergerac and Chorus
Since I Am Not for Thee Roxane, Cyrano de Bergerac and Christian de Neuvillette
ACT 2 Sung By
In Ragueneau's Cafe Lise and Chorus
Chorus of Poets Ragueneau, First Poet, Lise and Chorus
Song of the Nose Cyrano de Bergerac and Chorus
Cadets of Gascony Captain Castel-Jaloux and Chorus
I Wonder Roxane
ACT 3 Sung By
In Bivouac Reposing Male Chorus
Diplomacy Cyrano de Bergerac and Chorus
Over the Mountains Roxane and Chorus
'Neath Thy Window Captain Castel-Jaloux and Chorus
Let the Sun of Thine Eyes Cyrano de Bergerac, Christian de Neuvillette and Roxane