MusicalComedy OperaOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Nov 07, 1910
Closing Date
Mar 04, 1911
Performances
136
MusicalComedy OperaOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
New York Theatre
(Nov 07, 1910 - Mar 04, 1911)

Description
An opera in two acts

Setting
A Public Square in New Orleans; a Marionette Theatre; Ball-room of the Jeunesse Club.

Produced by Oscar Hammerstein
Music by Victor Herbert; Book by Rida Johnson Young; Lyrics by Rida Johnson Young; Music orchestrated by Victor Herbert; Musical Director: Gaetano Merola
Directed by Jacques Coini; Choreographed by Pauline Verhoeven
Scenic Design by Julius Dowe and Theodore Reisig; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
Nanette
Sir Harry Blake
an Irish adventurer
Simon O'Hara
Fanchon
Adah
a Quadroom slave
Lizette
a Casquette girl
Lieut. Governor Grandet
Knife Grinder
East Indian
Manuelo
Florenze
secretary to Lieutenant-governor
Rudolfo
keeper of the Marionette Theatre
Franchesca
Night Watchman
Marietta D'Altena
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Rida Johnson Young
Act 1
Sung By
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp
Captain Richard Warrington and Chorus
Taisez-Vous
Casquette Girls
Naughty Marietta
Marietta D'Altena
It Never, Never Can Be Love
Marietta D'Altena and Captain Richard Warrington
If I Were Anybody Else But Me
Simon O'Hara and Lizette
'Neath the Southern Moon (For Thee)
Adah
Italian Street Song
Marietta D'Altena and Chorus
Act 2
Sung By
The Marionette Song
Marietta D'Altena and Rudolfo
(You) Marry a Marionette
Etienne Grandet
New Orleans Jeunesse Doree
Male Chorus
Opening of the Ball (Loves of New Orleans)
Ensemble
(The Sweet) By and By
Lizette
Live for Today
Marietta D'Altena, Adah, Captain Richard Warrington and Etienne Grandet
I'm Falling in Love with Someone
Captain Richard Warrington
It's Pretty Soft For Simon
Simon O'Hara and Chorus
Dream Melody (Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life)
Marietta D'Altena and Captain Richard Warrington
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