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The Yankee Consul   

Broadway Theatre , (2/22/1904 - 7/02/1904)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Feb 22, 1904   
Closing Date:Jul 02, 1904 Total Performances:115

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in two acts
Setting: Puerto Plata,SantoDomingo

Production Staff
Produced by Henry W. Savage
Music by Alfred G. Robyn; Book by Henry M. Blossom, Jr.; Lyrics by Henry M. Blossom, Jr.
Directed by George F. Marion
Scenic Design by Walter Burridge and Edward La Moss; Costume Design by Will Barnes
Conducted by Frank Darling
Mr. Armour Chorus
Charles Books Chorus
Rose Botti Papinta
her niece
Louise Burpee Chorus
Madge Burpee Francesca
Estrella Carmichael Inez
Sancho's wife
Eda Chandler Chorus
Mr. Colishaw Chorus
Lila Conquest Jacinta
J. Parker Coombs Carlos
water carrier
William Danforth Don Rafael Deschado
Governor of Puerto Plata
Mae Darling Anita
Eva Davenport Donna Teresa Rebera-y Uruburu
a weathy widow
Mr. DeCourcey Chorus
Clara Eckstrom Chorus
Lillian Eldredge Panilla
Harry Fairleigh Lieutenant Jack Morrell
Commanding U.S. Gunboat
M. C. Flavin Chorus
Toma Hanlon Chorus
John E. Hazzard Herr Gebubler
His Secretary
Raymond Hitchcock Abijah Booze
Albert Juhre Nunez
Edna Marsh Chorus
J.H. McLean Felipo
telegraph operator
Sallie McNeel Blanca
a bar maid
Basil Millspaugh Rodrigo
local officer
Gertrude O'Neil Bella
Adelaide Orton Juanita
flower girl
John H. Pratt Miguel
Mr. Pugh Chorus
Mr. Purvionce Chorus
Frank Ranney Sancho
proprietor of Los Dos Toros restaurant
Freda Rica Chorus
J. Joe Seley Chorus
Lester Templeton Chorus
Miss Turten Chorus
May Wheeler Estrella
fruit girl
L. Whitte Chorus
Hubert Wilke Captain Leopoldo
of the Dominican Army
Sophie Witte Maria
Flora Zabelle Bonita
her daughter
music by Alfred G. Robyn; lyrics by Henry Blossom
ACT 1Sung By
Viva, the Gay Fiesta (Opening Chorus) Company
The Hammers Will Go Rap, Rap, Rap Don Rafael Deschado (Governor of Puerto Plata) and Chorus
(Ye Ho!) Oh Glad Is the Life of a Sailor at Sea Lieutenant Jack Morrell (Commanding U.S. Gunboat) and Chorus
In Old New York Abijah Booze and Chorus
Hola! Bonita (her daughter) and Chorus
I'd Like to Be a Soldier Captain Leopoldo (of the Dominican Army), Papinta (her niece) and Chorus
We Were Taught To Walk Demurely Bonita (her daughter), Papinta (her niece) and Donna Teresa Rebera-y Uruburu (a weathy widow)
Cupid Has Found My Heart Lieutenant Jack Morrell (Commanding U.S. Gunboat)
Tell Me Lieutenant Jack Morrell (Commanding U.S. Gunboat) and Bonita (her daughter)
ACT 2Sung By
Gossip's Chorus Eight Girls
The Mosquito and the Midge Papinta (her niece) and Chorus of Girls
Ain't It Funny What a Difference Just a Few Hours Make Abijah Booze
My San Domingo Maid Bonita (her daughter) and Chorus
We Come of Castilian Blood Captain Leopoldo (of the Dominican Army) and Twelve Soldiers
Ensemble Number (includes San Domingo Dance by Miss Anne St. Tel)
In the Days of Old Abijah Booze and Chorus