MusicalOperettaRevivalBroadway
Opening Date
May 06, 1912
Closing Date
Jun 29, 1912
Performances
64
MusicalOperettaRevivalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
New Amsterdam Theatre
(May 06, 1912 - Jun 29, 1912)

Description
An operetta in three acts

  • People
    Produced by Daniel V. Arthur
    Written by Harry B. Smith; Music by Reginald De Koven
    Staged by Daniel V. Arthur
    Scenic Design by Frank E. Gates, Edward A. Morange and Homer F. Emens; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
    Conducted by Frank E. Tours
    Maid Marian
    Morris Dancer
    Guy of Gisborne
    Little John
    Dame Durden
    Robin Hood
    King's Herald
    Will Scarlet
    Sheriff of Nottingham
    Annabel
    Alan-a-Dale
    Morris Dancer
  • Songs
    music by Reginald De Koven; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
    (Unless otherwise noted)
    Act 1
    Sung By
    Auctioneer's Song
    Annabel, Alan-a-Dale, Little John, Will Scarlet, Friar Tuck and Chorus
    Milkmaids' Song
    Annabel, Alan-a-Dale and Milkmaids
    Come the Bowmen in Lincoln Green
    Annabel, Dame Durden, Alan-a-Dale, Robin Hood, Archers, Milkmaids and Chorus
    I Come as a Cavalier
    Maid Marian
    Come Dream So Bright
    Maid Marian and Robin Hood
    I Am the Sheriff of Nottingham
    Guy of Gisborne, Sheriff of Nottingham and Chorus
    When a peer makes love to a damsel fair
    Sheriff of Nottingham, Guy of Gisborne, Maid Marian and Chorus
    Act 2
    Sung By
    Oh cheerily soundeth the hunter's horn
    Alan-a-Dale, Little John and Will Scarlet
    (Song of) Brown October Ale
    Little John and Male Chorus
    Oh, Promise Me
    (lyrics by Clement Scott)
    Alan-a-Dale
    The Tinkers' Song
    Guy of Gisborne, Sheriff of Nottingham and Tinkers
    Oh, see the lambkins play
    Robin Hood, Guy of Gisborne, Sheriff of Nottingham, Little John, Friar Tuck and Will Scarlet
    Forest Song (Ye Birds in Azure Winging)
    Maid Marian
    Act 3
    Sung By
    The Armorer's Song
    Will Scarlet
    When a Maiden Weds
    Annabel
    The Legend of the Chimes
    Alan-a-Dale and Chorus
    Love, Now We Nevermore Will Part
    Maid Marian and Robin Hood
    When life seems made of pains and pangs
    Annabel, Dame Durden, Guy of Gisborne, Sheriff of Nottingham and Friar Tuck
Produced by Daniel V. Arthur
Written by Harry B. Smith; Music by Reginald De Koven
Staged by Daniel V. Arthur
Scenic Design by Frank E. Gates, Edward A. Morange and Homer F. Emens; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
Conducted by Frank E. Tours
Maid Marian
Morris Dancer
Guy of Gisborne
Little John
Dame Durden
Robin Hood
King's Herald
Will Scarlet
Sheriff of Nottingham
Annabel
Alan-a-Dale
Morris Dancer
music by Reginald De Koven; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)
Act 1
Sung By
Auctioneer's Song
Annabel, Alan-a-Dale, Little John, Will Scarlet, Friar Tuck and Chorus
Milkmaids' Song
Annabel, Alan-a-Dale and Milkmaids
Come the Bowmen in Lincoln Green
Annabel, Dame Durden, Alan-a-Dale, Robin Hood, Archers, Milkmaids and Chorus
I Come as a Cavalier
Maid Marian
Come Dream So Bright
Maid Marian and Robin Hood
I Am the Sheriff of Nottingham
Guy of Gisborne, Sheriff of Nottingham and Chorus
When a peer makes love to a damsel fair
Sheriff of Nottingham, Guy of Gisborne, Maid Marian and Chorus
Act 2
Sung By
Oh cheerily soundeth the hunter's horn
Alan-a-Dale, Little John and Will Scarlet
(Song of) Brown October Ale
Little John and Male Chorus
Oh, Promise Me
(lyrics by Clement Scott)
Alan-a-Dale
The Tinkers' Song
Guy of Gisborne, Sheriff of Nottingham and Tinkers
Oh, see the lambkins play
Robin Hood, Guy of Gisborne, Sheriff of Nottingham, Little John, Friar Tuck and Will Scarlet
Forest Song (Ye Birds in Azure Winging)
Maid Marian
Act 3
Sung By
The Armorer's Song
Will Scarlet
When a Maiden Weds
Annabel
The Legend of the Chimes
Alan-a-Dale and Chorus
Love, Now We Nevermore Will Part
Maid Marian and Robin Hood
When life seems made of pains and pangs
Annabel, Dame Durden, Guy of Gisborne, Sheriff of Nottingham and Friar Tuck
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