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The Rose of Panama   

Daly's Theatre, (1/22/1912 - 2/10/1912)
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Opening Date: Jan 22, 1912    
Closing Date: Feb 10, 1912 Total Performances: 24

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in three acts
Setting: A Central American Republic at the President's Palace and Villa

Production Staff
Produced by John Cort
Music by Heinrich Berte; Libretto by John L. Shine and Sydney Rosenfeld; Based on the German original by Ignaz Schneitzer and Emerich Von Gatti; Musical Director: Theodore Bendix; Featuring songs by Theodore Norman and Herman Finck; Featuring songs with lyrics by Arthur Gillespie and H. S. Krouse
Staged by Frank Smithson
Scenic Design by Homer Emens; Costume Design by Max & Mahieu; Lighting Design by Kleigl Brothers
Fay Bainter
Celine Marinter
a stenographer and typist
Anna Bussert
de Valmore's wife
Gerald Gordon
Captain Ariza
Tom Hadaway
the Pretender
Forrest Huff
Marcel Arranto
a cowboy
Reina Lazar
lady's companion to Angele
Teddy Le Duc
Uncle Billy
colored head waiter at the Officers' Club
Carrick Major
Andre Royan
Colonel of the Guards
John J. McGowen
Remy de Valmore
President of a Central American Republic
Joseph Parsons
Major de Molina
Will Phillips
Hiram Query
a reporter
William C. Reed
Second Lieutenant Guirago
William R. Reed
Lieutenant Pesaro
Mortimer Weldon
de Valmore's secretary
John L. Wheeler
music by Heinrich Berte; lyrics by Sydney Rosenfeld and John L. Shine
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Tip-a-Top Celine Marinter (a stenographer and typist) and Sever (de Valmore's secretary)
When Your Fortune Has Flown Marcel Arranto (a cowboy)
Lasso Duet Angele (de Valmore's wife) and Marcel Arranto (a cowboy)
You Cannot Blame Me for My Spanish Blood Jacinta and Chorus
He Has Subdued Her Tout Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Isabella and Romero Angele (de Valmore's wife) and Chorus
Make a Night of It Celine Marinter (a stenographer and typist), Remy de Valmore (President of a Central American Republic) and Sever (de Valmore's secretary)
Love's Fond Dream Jacinta and Marcel Arranto (a cowboy)
Thy Thought, My Thought Tout Ensemble
ACT 3 Sung By
The Day of Love Jacinta
Cupid's Flirtation Celine Marinter (a stenographer and typist) and Sever (de Valmore's secretary)
Pray Tell Me Angele (de Valmore's wife) and Remy de Valmore (President of a Central American Republic)
Oolie Girl of Panama
(music by Herman Finck; lyrics by H. S. Krouse and Arthur Gillespie)
Hiram Query (a reporter)
Waiting for You
(music by Theodore Norman; lyrics by Arthur Gillespie)