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Cox and Box / The Pirates of Penzance   
The Long Lost Brothers

Songs for Cox and Box are listed as Act 1
 

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Ambassador Theatre, (2/17/1944 - 3/26/1944)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Feb 17, 1944    
Closing Date: Mar 26, 1944 Total Performances: 8

Category: Musical, Operetta, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in One Act
Setting: Furnished room in Bouncer's house, Bloomsbury, London.



Cox and Box

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company
Based on the farce "Box and Cox" by John Maddison Morton; Libretto by F.C. Burnand; Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; Musical Director: Louis Kroll
Directed by R.H. Burnside
Cast
Florenz AmesJohn James Box
A Journeyman Printer
Robert EcklesSergeant Bouncer
Late of the Dampshire Yeomanry, with military remi
Allen StewartJames John Cox
A Journeyman Hatter

The Pirates of Penzance

Category: Musical, Comedy, Operetta, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company
Libretto by W. S. Gilbert; Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; Musical Director: Louis Kroll
Directed by R.H. Burnside
Cast
Florenz AmesMajor General Stanley
Tom BennettChorus
Lucille BenonChorus
Gerald BercierChorus
Edward BirdChorus
David BogartChorus
Ruth CummingsChorus
Jean DavisChorus
John DeweyChorus
Robert EcklesThe Pirate King
Joseph FilosChorus
Walter GeorgeChorus
James GerardFrederic
the Pirate Apprentice
Alternate
Helen JaysonChorus
Catherine JudahRuth
Pirate 'Maid-of-all-Work'
Florence KeezelChorus
Louise KingChorus
Lillian KoniverChorus
Charlotte KremlaChorus
August LoringChorus
Mary LundonIsabel
General Stanley's Daughter
Barry LyndallChorus
Chester MaDanChorus
Edwin MarshChorus
Maxine MasserettoChorus
Victoria MayerChorus
Louise MillerChorus
Larry O'DellChorus
Athena PappasChorus
Doris ParkerChorus
Bertram PeacockSamuel
The Pirate King's Lieutenant
Robert PitkinThe Sergeant of Police
Helen PrentissChorus
Kathryn ReeceEdith
General Stanley's Daughter
Kathleen RocheMabel
General Stanley's Daughter
Edith SterlingChorus
Allen StewartFrederic
the Pirate Apprentice
Alternate
Virginia TyreChorus
Marie ValdezKate
General Stanley's Daughter
music by Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Francis C. Burnand
(Unless otherwise noted)

Cox and Box
ACT 1 Sung By
Rataplan (Yes, yes, in those merry days)Sergeant Bouncer (Late of the Dampshire Yeomanry, with military remi)
Stay, Bouncer, StayJames John Cox (A Journeyman Hatter) and Sergeant Bouncer (Late of the Dampshire Yeomanry, with military remi)
Hush-a-bye, BaconJohn James Box (A Journeyman Printer)
My Master Is PunctualJames John Cox (A Journeyman Hatter)
Who are you, Sir?James John Cox (A Journeyman Hatter), John James Box (A Journeyman Printer) and Sergeant Bouncer (Late of the Dampshire Yeomanry, with military remi)
The ButtercupJames John Cox (A Journeyman Hatter) and John James Box (A Journeyman Printer)
Three years agoJohn James Box (A Journeyman Printer)
SixesJames John Cox (A Journeyman Hatter) and John James Box (A Journeyman Printer)
My hand upon it
The Pirates of Penzance
ACT 2 Sung By
Pour, O Pour The Pirate Sherry
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
The Pirate King, Samuel (The Pirate King's Lieutenant), Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice) and Pirates
When Frederic Was A Little Lad
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Ruth (Pirate 'Maid-of-all-Work')
Oh, Better Far To Live And Die
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
The Pirate King and Pirates
Oh, False One, You Have Deceived Me!
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Ruth (Pirate 'Maid-of-all-Work') and Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice)
Climbing Over Rocky Mountain
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Edith (General Stanley's Daughter), Kate (General Stanley's Daughter) and Daughters
Stop, Ladies, Pray!
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice) and Daughters
Oh, Is There Not One Maiden Breast
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice) and Daughters
Poor Wandering One
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Mabel (General Stanley's Daughter) and Daughters
What Ought We To Do?
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Edith (General Stanley's Daughter), Kate (General Stanley's Daughter) and Daughters
How Beautifully Blue The Sky
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Mabel (General Stanley's Daughter), Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice) and Daughters
Stay, We Must Not Lose Our Senses
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice), Daughters and Pirates
Hold, Monsters!
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Mabel (General Stanley's Daughter), Samuel (The Pirate King's Lieutenant), Major General Stanley, Daughters and Pirates
I Am The Very Model Of A Modern Major-General
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Major General Stanley and Ensemble
Oh, Men of Dark and Dismal Fate
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Ensemble
ACT 3 Sung By
Oh, Dry The Glistening Tear
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Mabel (General Stanley's Daughter) and Daughters
Then Frederic
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Major General Stanley and Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice)
When The Foeman Bares His Steel
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
The Sergeant of Police, Mabel (General Stanley's Daughter), Police and Daughters
Now For The Pirates' Lair!
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice), The Pirate King and Ruth (Pirate 'Maid-of-all-Work')
When You Had Left Our Pirate Fold
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Ruth (Pirate 'Maid-of-all-Work'), Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice) and The Pirate King
My Eyes Are Fully Open
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice), Ruth (Pirate 'Maid-of-all-Work') and The Pirate King
Away, Away! My Heart's On Fire
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Ruth (Pirate 'Maid-of-all-Work'), The Pirate King and Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice)
All Is Prepared
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Mabel (General Stanley's Daughter) and Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice)
Stay, Frederic, Stay!
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Mabel (General Stanley's Daughter) and Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice)
Sorry Her Lot
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Mabel (General Stanley's Daughter)
No, I Am Brave
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Mabel (General Stanley's Daughter), The Sergeant of Police and Police
When A Felon's Not Engaged In His Employment
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
The Sergeant of Police and Police
A Rollicking Band Of Pirates We
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Pirates, The Sergeant of Police and Police
With Cat-Like Tread, Upon Our Prey We Steal
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Pirates, Police and Samuel (The Pirate King's Lieutenant)
Hush, Hush! Not A Word
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice), Pirates, Police and Major General Stanley
Sighing Softly To The River
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Major General Stanley and Ensemble
Finale
(music by Sir Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by Sir William Schwenck Gilbert)
Ensemble