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The Emerald Isle   
The Caves of Carrig-Cleena

Herald Square Theatre, (9/01/1902 - 10/18/1902)
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Opening Date: Sep 01, 1902    
Closing Date: Oct 18, 1902 Total Performances: 50

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in two acts
Setting: Outside the Lord Lieutenant's country home and the caves of Carrig Cleena about 100 years ago

Production Staff
Produced by Sam S. Shubert
Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan and Edward German; Libretto by Basil Hood
Directed by R.H. Burnside
Frank BelcherSergeant Pincher
Edna BurdSusan
W.T. Carleton
Kate CondonMolly O'Grady
Jefferson De AngelisProfessor Bunn
John DudleyMickie O'Hara
Irish Peasant
Charles DunnganThe Earl of Newton, K.P.
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland
Black Dan
Irish Peasant
Amelia FieldsThe Countess of Newton
Helena FrederickLady Rosie Pippin
Lois GarneauKathleen
Gerald GeromePat Murphy
F. Stuart HyattDr. Fiddle, D.D.
Audrey KingsburyNora
Frederic K. LoganPrivate Perry
Edmund StanleyTerence O'Brien
music by Arthur Sullivan and Edward German; lyrics by Basil Hood
ACT 1 Sung By
Have ye heard the brave newsChorus
My friends!- A Saxon strangerTerence O'Brien
I'm descended from Brian BoruTerence O'Brien and Chorus
Of Viceroys though we've hadPat Murphy and Chorus
If you wish to appear as an Irish typeProfessor Bunn and Chorus
On the heights of Glentann there's no voiceMolly O'Grady, Terence O'Brien and Pat Murphy
Two is company- Three is noneLady Rosie Pippin, Susan, Terence O'Brien and Professor Bunn
I am the Lord LieutenantThe Earl of Newton, K.P. (Lord Lieutenant of Ireland), The Countess of Newton and Dr. Fiddle, D.D.
At an early stage of lifeThe Earl of Newton, K.P. (Lord Lieutenant of Ireland), Lady Rosie Pippin, The Countess of Newton and Dr. Fiddle, D.D.
When Alfred's friends their King forsookThe Countess of Newton
Oh setting sun, you bid the world good-byeLady Rosie Pippin
Their courage high, you may defyLady Rosie Pippin, Susan, Molly O'Grady, Terence O'Brien and Professor Bunn
That we're soldiers no doubt you will guessSoldiers
Now this is the song of Devonshire menSergeant Pincher and Chorus
It is past my comprehensionProfessor Bunn
Many years ago I strodeProfessor Bunn and Chorus
Their fathers fought at Ramillies
ACT 2 Sung By
Is there anyone approachin'?Chorus
Bedad, it's for him that we'll always employChorus of Peasants
Och, the spalpeen! Let him drown!Chorus of Peasants
Oh, have you met a man in debtTerence O'Brien and Chorus
'Twas in Hyde Park beside the RowLady Rosie Pippin, Terence O'Brien and Chorus
I cannot play at loveEnsemble
Oh, the age in which we're livingProfessor Bunn
Sing a rhyme of 'Once upon a time'
Listen! Harken, my lover
Good-bye, my native townPat Murphy
I love you! I love you!Molly O'Grady and Pat Murphy
There was once a little soldierTerence O'Brien and Chorus
With a big shillelagh