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The Evil Eye   
or The Many Merry Mishaps of Nid and the Weird Wonderful Wanderings of Nod

Grand Opera House , (1/16/1899 - 1/23/1899)
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Opening Date:Jan 16, 1899   
Closing Date:Jan 23, 1899 Total Performances:8

Category: Musical, Spectacle, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Holland, St. Petersburg, and the River Rhine

Production Staff
Produced by Charles H. Yale
Book by Sidney R. Ellis; Music by Alfred J. Kuttner; Music arranged by Alfred J. Kuttner
Staged by Sidney R. Ellis
Scenic Design by H. L. Reed; Costume Design by Thomas McIlvaine
Althea Twins La Marie
La Rouise
J. D. Anderson Phoenix Pete
William Blaisdell Peleg Philemon
James Carolton Tucson Tom
Edward Caron Puggie
Shade of the Von Spitz-en-Hoffers
Lillian Coleman Gerda Jans
Anna Courtney Elisa
M. G. Delville Slovinsky
Thomas Elliott Nod
Louis Franklin Peter
Zeph Goudreault Bertrand
James F. Green Jeppe Jans
W. B. Harrison Ladowsky
Oren Hooper Hanajka
George A.D. Johnson Evil Eye Wartburg
Rose Kessner Thurings
Mme. Bosaic
Clara Lavine Adora Van de Voort
George Melville Dumb Gretchen
Florie Mousley Zaria
G. Z. Ransem Alkali Abe
H. R. Richards General Michael Alexander
Robert Rosaire Nid
Julia Ruppell Adelina
Mme. Antoinette
John Sharpley Captain O'Flynn
T. William Sturgeon Moskos
S. W. Thomas Barowsky
Harry Webster Strephing
H. S. Williams Roue
music by Alfred J. Kuttner
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
By Your Side Bertrand
(lyrics by Lee Haney)
Adora Van de Voort, Thurings, Adelina and Zaria
That Is Love Peleg Philemon and Adora Van de Voort
ACT 2Sung By
The Jolly Students Monarch Four
La Militaire Claribelle and Her Army Adora Van de Voort, Nid and Nod
Chantant Palpitations La Marie, La Rouise and Ensemble
ACT 3Sung By
The Legend of the Rhine Bertrand and Ensemble