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The Sicilian Romance / Roman Father / Devil Upon Two Sticks    or The Spectre of the Cliffs

This production was composed of the following shows:

John Street Theatre, (4/27/1796 - Closing date unknown)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Apr 27, 1796    
Closing Date: Closing date unknown Total Performances:

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway


The Sicilian Romance

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Old American Company (Lewis Hallam & John Hodgkinson)
Libretto by Henry Siddons; Based on a novel by Anne Ward Radcliffe; Music by Willliam Reeve
Cast
Miss Brett
Clara
Alinda'a Maid
Miss Broadhurst
Alinda
Mr. Cleveland
Ferrand
Marquis of Otranto
Mrs. Cleveland
Adelaide
lady of Otranto
John Durang
Servant
John Hodgkinson
Gerbin
Porter
Joseph Jefferson
Martin
Lindor's Servant
John Johnson
Don Lope de Viega
Ferrand's Uncle
Mr Lee
Bandit
Mr. Leonard
Bandit
Mr. McKnight
Bandit
Mr. M'Kenzie
Servant
Mr. Munto
Vincent
Master Stockwell
Julia
Ferrand's Child
Joseph Tyler
Lindor
Mr. Woolls
Prior of the Convent

Roman Father

Category: Play, Tragedy, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Old American Company (Lewis Hallam & John Hodgkinson)

Devil Upon Two Sticks

Category: Musical, Dance, Comedy, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Old American Company (Lewis Hallam & John Hodgkinson)
Choreographed by Mr. Francisquy

ACT 1 Sung By
Borne on hope's deluding gale
(music by Willliam Reeve; lyrics by Henry Siddons)
Lindor
Kind zephyr waft my passing sighs
(music by Victor Pelissier; lyrics by Henry Siddons)
Alinda
Nature, provident in all
(music by Willliam Reeve; lyrics by Henry Siddons)
Clara
Spirit of this dread abyss
(music by Willliam Reeve; lyrics by Henry Siddons)
Gerbin
ACT 2 Sung By
Were I as free as once I was
(music by Willliam Reeve; lyrics by Henry Siddons)
Martin
ACT 3 Sung By
Thus, when stormy skies are over
(music by Willliam Reeve; lyrics by Henry Siddons)
Alinda
Now ev'ry fear and danger
(music by Willliam Reeve; lyrics by Henry Siddons)
Lindor, Alinda, Martin and Chorus