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The Beggar Student   

 
American Theatre, (12/25/1899 - 12/30/1899)
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Opening Date: Dec 25, 1899    
Closing Date: Dec 30, 1899 Total Performances: 9

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Revival, Broadway
Description: An opera in three acts adn five scenes
Setting: Cracow
This production is a return engagement of The Beggar Student (5/02/1898 - 5/07/1898)



music by Carl Millocker
ACT 1 Sung By
Our husbands, alas! They've lock'd up in jailEnterich (A Jailer), Puffke and Chorus
When with good cheer the festive board doth smileChorus
And they say toward ladies one should gallantly behaveGeneral Ollendorf (Governor of Cracow)
The world to soaring genius ever quick recognition has refused!Symon Symonovicz (The Beggar Student), Janitsky (A Polish noble) and Saxon Officers
Confounded cell, at last I leave thee!Symon Symonovicz (The Beggar Student), Janitsky (A Polish noble) and Saxon Officers
Hurrah, hip, hurrah! the fair has begun
Some little shopping really we ought to doLaura (The Contess' Daughter), Bronislava (The Contess' Daughter), Countess of Palmatica and Onouphrie (The Countess' Servant)
That is the Prince Wibicki with his Secretary there!General Ollendorf (Governor of Cracow), Laura (The Contess' Daughter), Bronislava (The Contess' Daughter), Countess of Palmatica, Eva (Cousin of Palmatica), Symon Symonovicz (The Beggar Student) and Saxon Officers
You love each other!Principals and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
I at last have found a husbandLaura (The Contess' Daughter), Bronislava (The Contess' Daughter), Countess of Palmatica and Onouphrie (The Countess' Servant)
This kiss, sweet love, our union shall cement forevermore!Bronislava (The Contess' Daughter) and Janitsky (A Polish noble)
Shall I tell her? or keep silence?Laura (The Contess' Daughter) and Symon Symonovicz (The Beggar Student)
Most happy bride, for you life's skies are clearingGeneral Ollendorf (Governor of Cracow), Symon Symonovicz (The Beggar Student), Countess of Palmatica, Janitsky (A Polish noble), Saxon Officers and Chorus
One day I was perambulating along the GangesGeneral Ollendorf (Governor of Cracow)
There in the chamber Polish they acted quite MongolishGeneral Ollendorf (Governor of Cracow)
Wedding bells are sweetly ringingPrincipals and Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
Shabby young hussy! penniless cheat!Chorus
I'm penniless and outlawed tooSymon Symonovicz (The Beggar Student)
Hush they come! See, there the fellow stands!Countess of Palmatica, Symon Symonovicz (The Beggar Student), General Ollendorf (Governor of Cracow), Eva (Cousin of Palmatica), Bogumil (Cousin of Palmatica), Janitsky (A Polish noble), Laura (The Contess' Daughter), Bronislava (The Contess' Daughter) and Saxon Officers
The land is free, united we, a daring game brought luck and fame!Symon Symonovicz (The Beggar Student), Laura (The Contess' Daughter), Bronislava (The Contess' Daughter), Principals and Chorus