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The Girl and the Kaiser   

Herald Square Theatre, (11/22/1910 - 1/14/1911)
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Opening Date: Nov 22, 1910    
Closing Date: Jan 14, 1911 Total Performances: 64

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An operetta in three acts
Setting: Vienna in 1764


Production Staff
Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert, Inc.
Music by Georg Jarno; Libretto by Bernhard Buchbinder; Translated by Leonard Liebling; Musical Director: Oscar Radin
Scenic Design by H. Robert Law; Costume Design by Melville Ellis
Cast
George Alison
Chorus
Flavia Arcaro
Baroness von Graven
William Baumann
Chorus
William Bonelli
Tibor Berenyi
Harry Connor
Peter Wenzel
Alfred Darling
Sergeant Kolonitzky
Chorus
Edith Decker
Minka
Gladys Feldman
Chorus
Edna Fenton
Chorus
Marion Ford
Chorus
Lulu Glaser
Christ'l
Clara Heath
Chorus
Victor Hyde
Dancer
Harley Knoles
Chorus
Harry Law
Chorus
Vivian Lawrence
Chorus
George Leonard
Ludwig
Jack Leonard
Chorus
Adele Marie
Chorus
Edna Marsh
Chorus
James Marshall
Chorus
Julius McVicker
Kaiser Josef II
William Moore
Chorus
Robinson Newbold
Count Sternfeld
Harry Pearce
Chorus
Thomas Richards
Franz Foldessy
Nathalie Saymore
Chorus
Florence Sommerville
Chorus
Melvin Stokes
Baron von Loeben
Robert Vivian
Von Reuter
Mabel Weeks
Countess von Rendorff
Albert Wilder
Hans Lange
ACT 1 Sung By
Only a Gypsy Maid Minka
A Tailor Man Peter Wenzel
Laughing and Happy Am I Christ'l
Butterfly, Butterfly Franz Foldessy and Countess von Rendorff
Hungaria's Rhythmic Air Christ'l, Minka, Franz Foldessy and Ensemble
O, Kaiser, Dear Kaiser
ACT 2 Sung By
Free Etiquette Baron von Loeben and Ladies
At Court Christ'l and Peter Wenzel
With a Glance Demure Christ'l and Baron von Loeben
Cradled in Thy Arms Minka and Chorus
Music of Viol (When True Hearts Meet in Fond Love's Kiss) Franz Foldessy and Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
Mine Forever More Franz Foldessy
   
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