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The Queen's Lace Handkerchief   

American Theatre, (1/23/1899 - 1/28/1899)
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Opening Date: Jan 23, 1899    
Closing Date: Jan 28, 1899 Total Performances: 8

Category: Musical, Comedy, Operetta, Revival, Broadway
Description: An operetta in three acts
Setting: Portugal

Production Staff
Produced by Castle Square Opera Company
Music by Johann Strauss, Jr.; From the original Viennese operette by Heinrich Bohrmann, Julius von St. Albino and Richard Genee; American adaptation by James Frenor; Featuring songs with lyrics by Henry Pottinger Stephens; Featuring songs by Edward Solomon
Staged by Edward P. Temple
Scenic Design by Frank King
Conducted by Adolph Liesegang
W. H. BrownAntonio
J. G. GibsonDuke of Feria
Minister of Finance
Josie IntropodiMarquise of Villareal
Albert JuhreCount Ermos
Minister of Navy
Maude LambertMaster of Ceremonies
Lizzie MacnicholThe King of Portugal
Laura MillardDonna Irene
the Queen's confidante
D. Elouise MorganThe Queen
Frank MoulanDon Sancho De Avellaneda y Villapinguedones
tutor to the King
Henry NormanCount Villaiobois y Rodriguez
Prime Minister and Head of the Regency
W. H. PringleDon Diego de Barados
Minister of Police
Frank RanneyMarquis de la Marechal Villareal
Minister of War
O. W. RisleyCount San Gregorio
Minister of Interior
Charles ScribnerDancing Master
Joseph F. SheehanCervantes
a poet
music by Johann Strauss; lyrics by Richard Genee ,Heinrich Bohrmann and Julius von St. Albino
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
I am the King's tutorDon Sancho De Avellaneda y Villapinguedones (tutor to the King)
Romance and DuetThe Queen and Donna Irene (the Queen's confidante)
Truffle SongThe King of Portugal
DuetDon Sancho De Avellaneda y Villapinguedones (tutor to the King) and Don Quixote
ACT 2 Sung By
Cervantes SoloCervantes (a poet)
Trio (from CLAUDE DUVAL)
(music by Edward Solomon; lyrics by Henry Pottinger Stephens)
Marquis de la Marechal Villareal (Minister of War), Don Quixote and Don Sancho De Avellaneda y Villapinguedones (tutor to the King)
ACT 3 Sung By
CoupletDon Sancho De Avellaneda y Villapinguedones (tutor to the King)