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Patience   
or Bunthorne's Bride

 

New Century Theatre, (2/09/1948 - 3/20/1948)
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Opening Date: Feb 09, 1948    
Closing Date: Mar 20, 1948 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Operetta, Revival, Broadway
Description: An operetta in two acts
Setting: Exterior of Bunthorne Castle. A glade.



Production Staff
Produced by D'Oyly Carte Opera Company
Written by W. S. Gilbert; Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan
Staged by Anna Bethell
Scenic Design by George Sheringham; Costume Design by Hugo Rumbold
Cast
Gwyneth CullimoreLady Saphir
Charles DorningArchibald Grosvenor
Darrell FancourtColonel Calverley
Joan GillinghamLady Angela
Martyn GreenReginald Bunthorne
Ella HalmanLady Jane
Muriel HardingLady Ella
Margaret MitchellPatience
a dairy maid
C. William MorganMajor Murgatroyd
Leonard OsbornLieut. The Duke of Dunstable
Milton ReesMr. Bunthorne's Solicitor
music by Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by W. S. Gilbert
ACT 1 Sung By
Twenty Lovesick maidens We Chorus of Maidens
Love Feeds on HopeLady Angela
Go, Breaking HeartLady Ella
Still Brooding on their Mad InfatuationPatience (a dairy maid)
I Cannot Tell what this Love may bePatience (a dairy maid)
The Soldiers of our QueenChorus of Dragoons
If You Want a Receipt for that Popular MysteryColonel Calverley
In a Doleful TrainLady Angela, Lady Ella and Reginald Bunthorne
Now is this not Ridiculous?Chorus of Dragoons
Mystic Poet, hear our prayerLady Angela
Though my book I Seem to ScanReginald Bunthorne
Though so Excellently WiseLady Saphir
Oh, Hollow! Hollow! Hollow!Reginald Bunthorne
When First I Put This Uniform OnColonel Calverley
Am I Alone?Reginald Bunthorne
If You're Anxious for to ShineReginald Bunthorne
Long Years AgoPatience (a dairy maid) and Lady Angela
Prithee, Pretty Maiden, Willow, Willow, WalyPatience (a dairy maid) and Archibald Grosvenor
Let the Merry Cymbals SoundChorus
Now Tell Us We Pray YouChorus of Dragoons
Your Maiden HeartsLieut. The Duke of Dunstable
If There be a Pardon in your HeartPatience (a dairy maid)
True Love Must be Single-HeartedPatience (a dairy maid) and Reginald Bunthorne
I Hear the Soft Note of the Echoing VoiceLady Ella, Lady Saphir, Lady Angela, Lieut. The Duke of Dunstable, Major Murgatroyd and Colonel Calverley
ACT 2 Sung By
Sad Is That Woman's LotLady Jane
Silvered Is the raven HairLady Jane
Turn, oh Turn in this DirectionChorus of Maidens
A Magnet Hung in a Hard-ware ShopArchibald Grosvenor
Love Is a Plaintive SongPatience (a dairy maid)
So Go to Him and Say to HimLady Jane and Reginald Bunthorne
It's Clear that Medieval ArtLieut. The Duke of Dunstable, Major Murgatroyd and Colonel Calverley
If Saphir I Choose to MarryLady Angela, Lady Saphir, Lieut. The Duke of Dunstable, Major Murgatroyd and Colonel Calverley
When I Go out of DoorsReginald Bunthorne and Archibald Grosvenor
I'm a Waterloo-House Young ManArchibald Grosvenor and Chorus of Maidens
After much Debate InternalPrincipals and Chorus