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The Enchantress   

Chatham Theatre, (5/25/1846 - 6/06/1846)
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Opening Date: May 25, 1846    
Closing Date: Jun 06, 1846 Total Performances: 12

Category: Musical, Drama, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: A Grand Operatic Drama in Three Acts and a Prologue

Production Staff
Libretto by Alfred Bunn; Music by Michael William Balfe and Mr. Cunnington; adapted from a text by Jules Henri Vernoy de Saint-Georges
Produced under the direction of Joseph Foster
Scenic Design by Mr. Wiser
Mr. Barnett
Second Officer
Dancing Demon
Greek Peasant
First Citizen
Mr. Bellamy
Doctor Mathanasius
Junius Brutus Booth, Jr.
Don Sylvio
Mr. Bradshaw
First Greek
Dancing Demon
Miss Cohen
Spirit of Good
Mr. Crouta
Cook to the Palace
Mr. DeBar
Miss Dennin
Child in Prologue
Susan Dennin
Slendor Puncho
Mr. Dennison
Mrs. Flynn
the Enchantress
C. Foster
Spirit of Evil
Mr. Foster
Goliah Puncho
Second Greek
Mr. Greene
Pamba Puncho
Mr. Hart
Dancing Demon
Mr. Jones
Fourth Senator
Dancing Demon
Mrs. LaForest
Mr. Matthews
First Officer
First Senator
Greek Peasant
Harriet Phillips
Stella's companion
Mr. Rea
Forte Bracchio
Mr. Resor
Mumbo Jumba
Dancing Demon
Mr. Stafford
Mr. Van Stavoren
Second Senator
Mr. Williams
Third Senator
Dancing Demon
Greek Peasant
Second Citizen
Mr. Winans
Zenofoco Puncho
music by Mr. Cunnington
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
By the Gleaming Stars
However Bright
(music by Michael William Balfe)
Pirates' Prayer
See where the Golden Sun Ramir
Comrades be Silent
Oh! Rage, Oh! Wild Despair
To Pillage and to death Nuegez
Comrades this pledge behold Nuegez
Behold before high heaven
See where the Vapors of morn arise
(music by Michael William Balfe)
Where earth is troubled
(music by Michael William Balfe)
Ballet d'Ensemble with Flute Solo
(music by Michael William Balfe)
Spirit of Good and Ballet
On her fiend accounts
Comrades and Friends
At early dawn Nuegez
We've sworn to defend her
Ever be happy
(music by Michael William Balfe)
Our Presence Still Neva
ACT 2 Sung By
Down in Sparkling Glass
Woman's Heart
(music by Michael William Balfe)
Give us bread
The Young Nadir
(music by Michael William Balfe)
Honor's Homage
ACT 3 Sung By
Happy Days of Life
(music by Michael William Balfe)
Hither we come
Ever be happy
(music by Michael William Balfe)
Who has not heard Neva
Our Presence Still All the characters