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The Fortune Teller   

Wallack's Theatre, (9/26/1898 - 10/29/1898)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Sep 26, 1898    
Closing Date: Oct 29, 1898 Total Performances: 40

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


Production Staff
Produced by Alice Nielsen Opera Company (Frank L. Perley, Manager)
Libretto by Harry B. Smith; Music by Victor Herbert; Musical Director: Paul Steindorff
Staged by Julian Mitchell
Scenic Design by Joseph A. Physioc; Costume Design by Caroline Seidle
Cast
May Boley
Etelka
Fanny Briscoe
Jan
Wanda
William Brown
Matosin
Joseph Cawthorn
Boris
Annie Clay
Lieutenant Timar
Eugene Cowles
Sandor
William C. Deusing
A Trombone Player
Richard Golden
Fresco
John T. Gray
A Pianist
William H. Grimke
Second Detective
Jennie Hawley
Rafael
Lieutenant Almir
J. B. Henrichs
First Detective
Joseph W. Herbert
Count Berezowski
Nellie Marsh
Paul
Paul Nicholson
General Korbay
Alice Nielsen
Musette
Irma
E. Percy Parsons
Waldemar
Frank Rushworth
Captain Ladislas
Frances Sears
Vera
J. Smith
A Wounded Hussar
Marguerite Sylva
Mlle. Pompom
Marcia Van Dresser
Vaninka
P. J. Worthington
A Violinist
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
ACT 1 Sung By
Always Do as People Say You Should Musette and Ladies Chorus
Hungaria's Hussars Captain Ladislas and Hussars
Ho! Ye Townsmen Sandor
Romany Life Musette, Sandor, Vaninka, Boris, Rafael and Chorus
Czardas
ACT 2 Sung By
Signor Monsieur Moldoni Fresco and Chorus
The Serenade of All Nations Musette, Count Berezowski, Fresco, Boris and Mixed Chorus
Gypsy Love Song (Slumber On, My Little Gypsy Sweetheart) Sandor, Musette and Chorus
Only in the Play Mlle. Pompom and Captain Ladislas
ACT 3 Sung By
Gypsy Jan Sandor and Chorus
The Power of the Human Eye Boris and Count Berezowski
The Lily and the Nightingale Musette