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A Princess of Kensington   

Broadway Theatre, (8/31/1903 - 10/03/1903)
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Opening Date: Aug 31, 1903    
Closing Date: Oct 03, 1903 Total Performances: 41

Category: Musical, Opera, Romantic Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in two acts
Setting: Kensington Gardens near "The Basin" and Winkelmouth-on-Sea

Production Staff
Produced by John C. Fisher
Music by Edward German; Libretto by Basil Hood; Musical Director: J. Sebastian Hiller; Featuring songs by Ernest Shand; Featuring songs with lyrics by C.H. Bovill; Additional lyrics by James T. Powers
Staged by Cyril Scott
Costume Design by Alias, London and Mme. Freisinger
Wyatt E. Barnes
Lily BirchamButterfly
Walter S. CravenYapp
Pauline de la PazMustardseed
Dora DeFilippeKenna
Nellie EmeraldDragonfly
Cecil EngleheartJoy
Amelia FieldsNell Reddish
Stanley H. FordeMr. Reddish
Pauline FrederickTitania
Elsie GibbonsCobweb
C. H. HillmanJames Doubleday
Loyd HoeyZephyrus
Fred HuntleyBill Blake
George B. JacksonSir James Jellicoe
Richie LingLieutenant Brook Green
Edward MartindelAzuriel
Angela MayLady Jellicoe
George MudieOld Ben
James T. PowersWilliam Jelf
Thomas ShannonRecruiting Sergeant
William StephensPuck
Jack TaylorOberon
Bernard TiemanWill Weatherley
Estelle WardPeaseblossom
Leila WilliamsMoth
P. J. WorthingtonJem Johnson
music by Edward German; lyrics by Basil Hood
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Fairies, Fairies Come ForthGirls
From Where the Scotch MountainsOberon and Titania
If We Pass Beyond the PortalsPuck
Seven O'Clock in the MorningJoy and Lieutenant Brook Green
Who That Knows How I Love You, LoveKenna, Lady Jellicoe, Joy, Lieutenant Brook Green, Puck and Azuriel
(We're) Four Jolly SailormenWilliam Jelf and Three Sailors
Oh! What Is Woman's DutyNell Reddish
We're Butchers and Bakers and Candlestick-MakersButterfly
Twin Butterflies That Fitfully FallPeaseblossom
Now, Here's to the 'Prentices'Lieutenant Brook Green
At the Seaside
(music by Ernest Shand; lyrics by C.H. Bovill and James T. Powers)
William Jelf
If Love in a Cottage Be All That They TellJoy, Lieutenant Brook Green and Puck
Till the Day of My MajorityEnsemble
ACT 2 Sung By
High and Dry Let Her LieChorus
A Mountain Stood Like a Grim OutpostKenna
By a Piccadilly Cab StandWilliam Jelf
If You Will Spare the TimeWilliam Jelf, Kenna, Puck and Chorus
See a Rainbow ArchChorus
A Sprig of RosemarieLieutenant Brook Green
A German Prince May Wed Me SinceNell Reddish, Puck and William Jelf
It's a Pressing Invitation That I BringEnsemble
Seven O'Clock in the MorningEnsemble