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Knickerbocker Theatre, (2/16/1925 - 3/14/1925)
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Opening Date: Feb 16, 1925    
Closing Date: Mar 14, 1925 Total Performances: 32

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original
Description: An operetta in three acts
Setting: During the reign of Catherine II of Russia

Production Staff
Produced by B. C. Whitney and F. C. Whitney
Music by Karl Hajos; Book by Harry B. Smith; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith; Adapted from melodies of Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky; Musical Director: Max Hirschfeld
Staged by Edgar MacGregor
Costume Design by Mme. Freisinger; Scenic Design by Triangle Scenic Studio and H Robert Law Studios
Betty Archer
Marguerite Austin
Princess Lubina
Alexander Clark, Jr.
Count Panin
Madeline Collins
Natja Narishkin
Fanille Davies
Catherine II
Theresa Fellegi
A Peasant Girl
Claire Grenville
Madame Mellin
Matthew Hanley
Baron Wronsky
Ira Jeane
Natja Narishkin
Leon Kartavin
A Crimean Peasant
Mary Mellish
Catherine II
Warren Proctor
Lieutenant Vladimir Strogonoff
George Reimherr
Prince Potemkin
Laura Saunders
Lady in Waiting
Anne Tunney
Theola Vincent
Lady in Waiting
John Willard
Jamie Zucca
The Czarina's Maid
music by Karl Hajos; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
ACT 1 Sung By
Ups and Downs Count Panin and 4 Maids
Honor and Glory Prince Potemkin and Male Chorus
Comrade, You Have a Chance Here Natja Narishkin and Lieutenant Vladimir Strogonoff
Love Calls Me (I Hear Love Call Me) Natja Narishkin and Prince Potemkin
For Queen and for Country Catherine II and Ensemble
In My Homeland Natja Narishkin and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
(Beside) The Star of Glory Prince Potemkin
You'll Have to Guess Count Panin and Baron Wronsky
(The Magic of) Moonlight and Love Natja Narishkin and Catherine II
Shall I Tell Him? Natja Narishkin
ACT 3 Sung By
March On Lieutenant Vladimir Strogonoff and Male Chorus
Eyes That Haunt You Natja Narishkin and Lieutenant Vladimir Strogonoff
There Is a Garden in Loveland Catherine II and Chorus
Reminiscence Natja Narishkin and Prince Potemkin