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The Ameer   

Wallack's Theatre, (12/04/1899 - 1/20/1900)
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Opening Date: Dec 04, 1899    
Closing Date: Jan 20, 1900 Total Performances: 51

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in three acts
Setting: Cubul, Afghanistan

Production Staff
Produced by Kirke La Shelle
Libretto by Kirke La Shelle and Frederic M. Ranken; Music by Victor Herbert; Musical Director: Louis F. Gottschalk
Staged by John Stapleton; Directed by Fred Eustis; Choreographed by J. Flectcher Rivers
Scenic Design by Richard Marston, Frank E. Gates, E. A. Morange and Ernest Gros; Costume Design by Archie Gunn
Harry L. Arthur
William Corliss
Will Danforth
Frank Daniels
Iffe Khan
Robert Delius
A Weaver
George Devoll
Ralph Winston
Mae Emmons
Sadie Emmons
Lieutenant of British Guards
Virginia Karroll
Norma Kopp
Howard Lawrence
A Dyer
Tennie Leslie
A Dressmaker
Jane Mandeville
J. J. Martin
Frank Rainger
Helen Redmond
W.F. Rochester
Kate Uart
ACT 1 Sung By
Another Shout Chorus
Oh! What Is the Matter? Ensemble
Cupid Will Guide Constance
I'd Like It Iffe Khan
Let Those Who'd Wed Iffe Khan
Ah Woe Is Me Mirzah
I Am a Practical Brigand, Highwayman Iffe Khan
Away With Him
ACT 2 Sung By
With Stealthy Footsteps Falling Brigands
If There's Any Kind of Crime Blackjack
Let Others Boast Iffe Khan and Brigands
Surprise, Surprise Astounding Constance, Fanny, Ralph Winston and Blackjack
Old Maids Are Willing to Please Heezaburd and Mirzah
Soldiers All Female Chorus
A Soldier Needs No Truer Friend Ralph Winston
The Armored Knight Fanny and Blackjack
The Rubber Man Iffe Khan
Surrender, Surrender
ACT 3 Sung By
Soft to Sensuous Music Swaying Nautch Girls and Pages
The Little Poster Maid Fanny
Continuous Performances Iffe Khan, Crackasmile and Heezaburd
On Thy Lattice Constance and Chorus
In Old Ben Franklin's Days Iffe Khan