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Erminie   

Casino Theatre, (5/10/1886 - circa. 10/1888)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: May 10, 1886    
Closing Date: Oct 1888 Total Performances: 571

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original
Description: An opera in three acts


Production Staff
Produced by Rudolph Aronson
Music by Ed Jakobowski; Libretto by Harry Paulton and Claxson Bellamy; Lyrics by Harry Paulton; Musical Director: Jesse Williams
Staged by Edward Paulton
Scenic Design by Henry E. Hoyt and T. S. Plaisted; Costume Design by Dazian and Mme. Loe
Cast
Rose Beaudet
Captain Delauney
W. S. Daboll
Ravennes
Agnes Folsom
Javotte
Max Freeman
Chevalier de Brabazon
E. Furry
Sergeant
Pauline Hall
Erminie
Carl Irving
Marquis de Pomvert
Marie Jansen

A.W. Maflin
Simon
Marion Manola
Cerise Marcel
Harry Pepper
Eugene Marcel
Victoria Schilling
Marie
Jennie Weathersby
Princess de Gramponeur
C. L. Weeks
Vicomte de Brissac
Francis Wilson
Cadeux
Murray Woods
Dufois
music by Ed Jakobowski; lyrics by Harry Paulton
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Vive Le Marquis Marquis de Pomvert, Erminie, Cerise Marcel, Marie and Chorus
When Love Is Young Erminie
Past and Future Erminie and Eugene Marcel
All for Glory Soldiers
A Soldier's Life Marquis de Pomvert
Downy Jail Birds of a Feather Cadeux and Ravennes
At Midnight on My Pollow Lying Erminie
The Blissful Pleasure I Profess Erminie, Cerise Marcel, Eugene Marcel, Ravennes, Cadeux, Marquis de Pomvert and Chevalier de Brabazon
ACT 2 Sung By
Here on Lords and Ladies Waiting Marie and Chorus
A Woman's Dress Marie
Darkest the Hour Eugene Marcel
Joy Attend on Erminie Erminie and Chorus
The Sighing Swain Erminie
What the Dicky Bird Says
(lyrics by Marc Connelly and James T. Powers)
Cadeux
Join in Pleasure Chorus
Lullaby Erminie
Good Night Erminie, Marie, Cerise Marcel, Javotte, Eugene Marcel, Marquis de Pomvert, Ravennes, Cadeux and Chorus