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The Viceroy   

This production played in repertory with Robin Hood, The Serenade

Knickerbocker Theatre, (4/30/1900 - 5/05/1900)
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Opening Date: Apr 30, 1900    
Closing Date: May 05, 1900 Total Performances: 28

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in two acts
Setting: Palermo, Sicily in sixtennth century


Production Staff
Produced by The Bostonians and Klaw & Erlanger
Music by Victor Herbert; Book by Harry B. Smith; Music orchestrated by Victor Herbert; Musical Director: Samuel L. Studley; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith
Staged by W. H. Fitzgerald
Cast
Henry Clay Barnabee
The Viceroy of Sicily
Joseph Bartlett
Ortensia
Helen Bertram
Tivolini
Grace Cameron
Beatrice
Harry Dale
Stiletto
John Densmure
Ruffino
Arthur T. Earnest
First Citizen
W. H. Fitzgerald
Barbarino
George B. Frothingham
Bastroco
Edith Hendee
Waitress
William H. MacDonald
Corleone
Henry Miller
Second Citizen
James E. Miller
Macaroni
Frank Rushworth
Luigi
Marcia Van Dresser
Fioretta
Adam Warmuth
Vermicelli
David White
Spaghetti
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
ACT 1 Sung By
We Come to the Lively Market Square Chorus
With Military Pomp Bastroco and Chorus
We'll Catch You at Last Tivolini Corleone and Chorus
Hear Me! (Tivolini's Serenade) Tivolini and Chorus
I'm a Leader of Society The Viceroy of Sicily and Chorus
Just For To-Day Luigi
By This Sweet Token The Viceroy of Sicily, Beatrice, Ortensia and Fioretta
ACT 2 Sung By
Thy Subjects Are We Chorus
The Robin and the Rose Beatrice
Eyes of Black and Eyes of Blue Corleone and Chorus
A Sailor's Life The Viceroy of Sicily, Corleone, Bastroco and Barbarino
'Neath the Blue Neapolitan Skies Tivolini and Chorus
So They Say The Viceroy of Sicily and Fioretta
I See By Your Smile Fioretta and Ruffino
Since I am Queen of the Carnival Fioretta and Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
In a Smuggler's Cave Solo and Chorus
All Men Have Their Troubles Corleone and Chorus
One Fellow's Joy Is Another Fellow's Woe Fioretta, Ortensia, Luigi, Bastroco and Corleone
That's My Idea of Love Tivolini and Fioretta
On My Nuptial Day Beatrice, Fioretta, Ortensia, Luigi, Corleone and Barbarino
   
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