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Broadway Theatre, (12/26/1904 - 1/28/1905)
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Opening Date: Dec 26, 1904    
Closing Date: Jan 28, 1905 Total Performances: 35

Category: Musical, Opera, Revival
Description: An opera in three acts

music by Franz Von Suppé; lyrics by F. Zell and Richard Genee
ACT 1 Sung By
Awake! You sluggards all, arise! Steipann and Guards
These monkey tricks I will not bear Steipann and Cadets
Arise, awake, most sound of sleepers Cadets and Soldiers
Lost is the dream that bound me Vladimir
Who is here? A spy- a spy! Steipann, Julian Hardy and Chorus
With my notebook in my hand Julian Hardy
All the reporters hail me their master Julian Hardy, Steipann, Wasili, Fedor, Iwan, Lieutenant Osip and Chorus
Thunder! Lightning! Who goes there? Kantschukoff
Can'st thou unyielding see me before thee? Vladimir and Kantschukoff
Snow, snow, high and low Chorus
Dearest uncle, pray excuse me Princess Lydia, Kantschukoff, Vladimir and Julian Hardy
Let not one word or sound be heard Chorus
All your strength we laugh to scorn Princess Lydia, Vladimir and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Washing, dressing, brushing, combing Izzet Pasha's Wives
I pine but for progress, reform is my dream Izzet Pasha
New doubts, new fears, within my heart contend Vladimir and Princess Lydia
'Tis well; then learn that this young Russian- is myself Vladimir and Izzet Pasha's Wives
We are simply what fortune pleases Izzet Pasha and Julian Hardy
Silver tinklings, ringing brightly Julian Hardy, Izzet Pasha and Izzet Pasha's Wives
Free, free from our foes at last Ensemble
ACT 3 Sung By
Chime, ye bells- abroad your gleeful voices flinging Princess Lydia
Again, love, we meet Vladimir, Princess Lydia and Julian Hardy
Joy, joy, joy to the bride All and Chorus