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The Girls of Holland   

Lyric Theatre, (11/18/1907 - 11/30/1907)
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Opening Date: Nov 18, 1907    
Closing Date: Nov 30, 1907 Total Performances: 15

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in three acts
Setting: The Netherlands, during the Spanish occupation

Production Staff
Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert, Inc.
Music by Reginald De Koven; Libretto by Stanislaus Stange; Lyrics by Stanislaus Stange
Staged by Al Holbrook
Conducted by Antonio DeNovellis
Harry FairleighDr. Franz
a penniless student
Edward F. FavorLittle Snowdrop
a new student
Harry MacDonoughMax of Holland
a troubadour, sculptor, musician, and a 'boon comp
Vera MichelenaAriella
a female cousin of Mephisto
Carrie PerkinsFrau Trinkette Van Biere
widow of Van Biere, the brewer
Pacie RippleAlvarez y Toledo
a Spanish captain
Karl StallJan
a notary
Bessie AllenDrummer Boy
George CallahanOtto Van Biere
son of Frau Van Biere
Charles CampbellSoldier
Aoli CelliniSoldier
Grace ConklinDutch Boy
Corinne CrosbyTrumpeter
Floretta CrosbyCitizeness
Clara DeBeersTrumpeter
George DevineSoldier
Leonora EdieDrummer Boy
Marie FordDutch Boy
Bess FoyeCitizeness
Howard HallSoldier
James HallSoldier
Florence HaydenTrumpeter
Reba KentDutch Boy
Marie LawrenceDutch Girl
Walter MacadamSoldier
Louise MantagueA Waitress
Olga MayDutch Girl
John McDonoughBurgher
Al McFeetersBurgher
Catherine McGrawCitizeness
Minerva MillsCitizeness
John MundingerBurgher
Mary NashFreda
Van Biere's niece
Herman NobleSoldier
Henrietta PoutsDutch Girl
Erla RottgerA Nun
Charles SennaSoldier
Alice SimmonsDutch Boy
Leoro StephensGretel
Frau Biere's niece
Willa SterrettDutch Girl
Mabel StewartCitizeness
Madge StylesDrummer Boy
Ellen TateMinna
Frau Biere's niece
Mildred ThallCitizeness
James TiernanBurgher
Charlotte TillmanCitizeness
John Van AspeBurgher
Kitty WaldonDrummer Boy
Philip WatsonBurgher
Mae WillardTrumpeter
Charles WilliamsBurgher
Jesse WillinghamBurgher
music by Reginald De Koven; lyrics by
ACT 1 Sung By
We Sing a JubileeJan (a notary) and Chorus
The Men of SpainJan (a notary) and Chorus
Captain CupidAlvarez y Toledo (a Spanish captain) and Chorus
Our Doctor ComesEnsemble
I'm the DoctorDr. Franz (a penniless student) and Chorus
Could You Love Me?Alvarez y Toledo (a Spanish captain), Jan (a notary), Minna (Frau Biere's niece) and Gretel (Frau Biere's niece)
AriellaAriella (a female cousin of Mephisto)
The Unveiling of the StatueCompany
ACT 2 Sung By
The Wedding DayEnsemble
Oh, Boy!Dr. Franz (a penniless student) and Freda (Van Biere's niece)
The Spanish GrandeeMax of Holland (a troubadour, sculptor, musician, and a 'boon comp) and Chorus
The Gay FusilierGretel (Frau Biere's niece) and Chorus
Why Is It?Max of Holland (a troubadour, sculptor, musician, and a 'boon comp) and Little Snowdrop (a new student)
(I Want You for) My All Time GirlMax of Holland (a troubadour, sculptor, musician, and a 'boon comp) and Chorus
The Joy of a KissAriella (a female cousin of Mephisto)
My Ladye FaireAlvarez y Toledo (a Spanish captain) and Male Chorus
The Rooster and the LarkMax of Holland (a troubadour, sculptor, musician, and a 'boon comp) and Freda (Van Biere's niece)
(Serenade) D'AmourAriella (a female cousin of Mephisto)