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The Rose of Stamboul   

 
Century Theatre, (3/07/1922 - 6/10/1922)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: Mar 07, 1922    
Closing Date: Jun 10, 1922 Total Performances: 111

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An operetta in three acts
Setting: The Harem of Kemel Pasha at Stamboul, Turkey; the Palace of Acmed Bey; on the Riviera.



Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Leo Fall and Sigmund Romberg; Lyrics by Harold Atteridge; Book by Harold Atteridge; Based on the Viennese operetta by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grunwald; Musical Director: Alfred Goodman; Additional music by Jean Schwartz; Additional lyrics by William Jerome and Alex Gerber
Staged by J. C. Huffman; Choreographed by Allan K. Foster; Production Supervised by J. J. Shubert
Costume Design by Charles LeMaire; Scenic Design by Watson Barratt
Cast
Dorothy AddisonEnsemble
Violet AndersonEnsemble
Irma AnsellEnsemble
Irving ArnoldEnsemble
James BartonBob
The Valet
Ottilia BartonSaada
Sibylla BowhanMaada
William BrandtEnsemble
Betty BrownEnsemble
Olive BrownEnsemble
Alice BurnsEnsemble
Bunny CastleEnsemble
Marion CourtneyEnsemble
Alice CurryEnsemble
Jeanne DanjouEnsemble
Leonora DarcyEnsemble
Margot DawsonEnsemble
Ann DelafieldEnsemble
Mlle. DeshaDesha
Katherine DuffyEnsemble
Mary DunneEnsemble
Sol FeldmanEnsemble
Rae FieldsEnsemble
Hazel FrisbieEnsemble
Jenee GibsonEnsemble
Marion GreenAchmed Bey
Alice HarrisEnsemble
Lon HascallAbdul
Guard of the Harlem
Peggy HoffmanEnsemble
Rapley HolmesRodney Smith
Howard's Father
Harry HowellEnsemble
Corinne JacksonEnsemble
Thelma JohnsEnsemble
Kitty KaneEnsemble
Margaret KearnsEnsemble
Monica KeefeEnsemble
Mary KissellEnsemble
Fraun KoskiEnsemble
Tessa KostaKondja Gul
Elmira LaneBul-Bul
Naro LockfordHassan
Zita LockfordHaidee
John V. LoweNeidjal
Kay MacCauslandEnsemble
Alice MackEnsemble
Margaret MackayEnsemble
Katherine ManionEnsemble
Trude MarrEnsemble
Oscar MartinEnsemble
R. B. MarwickEnsemble
Belle MazelleFatima
Myrtle McCloudEnsemble
Jack McGowanHoward Rodney Smith
Dolores MendezEnsemble
Helen NelidovaHelen
Alla NovaEnsemble
Helen O'BrienEnsemble
John O'HanlonEnsemble
Clifton RandallEnsemble
Elizabeth ReynoldsDesiree
Kondja's Companion
Edna RichmondEnsemble
Maude SatterfieldGuzela
Jack ScottJack
Madeline SoissonEnsemble
Felicia SorelFelicia
Renee TheorineEnsemble
Jean ThomasEnsemble
Lillian WagnerDurlane
Sally WagnerEnsemble
Henry WarwickKemel Pasha
Elizabeth WashEnsemble
Marjorie WayneEmire
Peggy WhiteEnsemble
Emma WilcoxBaada
Mabel WitheeMidili
Kondja's Dearest Friend
music by Leo Fall and Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Harold Atteridge
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
The Ladies from the Cultured WestMidili (Kondja's Dearest Friend) and Ensemble
My Heart Is CallingKondja Gul and Ensemble
Lovey DoveHoward Rodney Smith and Midili (Kondja's Dearest Friend)
A Blue Book of GirlsBob (The Valet) and Ensemble
(The) Rose of StamboulAchmed Bey and Male Octette
ACT 2 Sung By
Ding-a-LingBob (The Valet), Howard Rodney Smith, Midili (Kondja's Dearest Friend) and Saada
The Wedding MarchKondja Gul, Achmed Bey and Ensemble
With Papers Duly SignedAchmed Bey and Kondja Gul
Why Do They Die at the End of a Classical Dance?
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome and Alex Gerber)
Bob (The Valet) and Dancers
ACT 3 Sung By
The Love TestHaidee, Hassan and Ensemble
MazumaBob (The Valet) and Girls