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Mexicana   

 
Lyric Theatre , (1/29/1906 - 4/07/1906)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Jan 29, 1906   
Closing Date:Apr 07, 1906 Total Performances:82

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in three acts
Setting: A Mexican town


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Raymond Hubbell; Book by Clara Driscoll and Robert B. Smith; Lyrics by Clara Driscoll and Robert B. Smith; Musical Director: Herman Perlet
Staged by R.H. Burnside
Cast
Blanche Deyo Ines
Joseph Herbert Captain Carmona
an offier in the Mexican army
Almon Knowles Pedro
Christie MacDonald Tita
an Indian girl, vender of pottery
Edward Martindel Juan Adrian
an Indian pulque seller
Maggie Moore Senora Mendoza
aunt to Tita
Caro Roma Senorita Margarita Juarez
daughter of the governor of a Mexican state
Thomas Q. Seabrooke Johnny Rocks
a Wall Street Broker
Helene St. John Duena to Margarita
Edmund Stanley Rodrigo Cortinez
a Mexican of wealth and leader of the revolutionis
Harry Wallace Manuel
ACT 1Sung By
How (Now) Do You Account for That? Captain Carmona (an offier in the Mexican army) and Chorus
United We Stand Rodrigo Cortinez (a Mexican of wealth and leader of the revolutionis) and Chorus
Take Care, Senor Senorita Margarita Juarez (daughter of the governor of a Mexican state) and Rodrigo Cortinez (a Mexican of wealth and leader of the revolutionis)
Hark to the Voice of Your Lover Juan Adrian (an Indian pulque seller)
The Fickle Weather Vane Tita (an Indian girl, vender of pottery)
(I Am) The Wizard of Wall Street Johnny Rocks (a Wall Street Broker)
Graft Johnny Rocks (a Wall Street Broker), Tita (an Indian girl, vender of pottery) and Chorus
ACT 2Sung By
(The) Lorelei Juan Adrian (an Indian pulque seller)
We've Got a Lot to Learn Johnny Rocks (a Wall Street Broker) and Tita (an Indian girl, vender of pottery)
Mrs. O'Ho Johnny Rocks (a Wall Street Broker)
Major Margery Tita (an Indian girl, vender of pottery) and Chorus
I've Heard So Much About You Rodrigo Cortinez (a Mexican of wealth and leader of the revolutionis) and Tita (an Indian girl, vender of pottery)
ACT 3Sung By
The Bolero Senorita Margarita Juarez (daughter of the governor of a Mexican state), Johnny Rocks (a Wall Street Broker), Captain Carmona (an offier in the Mexican army) and Senora Mendoza (aunt to Tita)
I Was Just Supposing Tita (an Indian girl, vender of pottery), Rodrigo Cortinez (a Mexican of wealth and leader of the revolutionis) and Senora Mendoza (aunt to Tita)