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Patience   
or Bunthorne's Bride

 
Provincetown Playhouse , (12/29/1924 - circa. 3/1925)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Dec 29, 1924   
Closing Date:Mar 1925 Total Performances:104

Category: Musical, Operetta, Revival, Broadway
Description: An operetta in two acts
Setting: Exterior of Bunthorne Castle. A glade.


Production Staff
Libretto by W. S. Gilbert; Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan
Staged by Robert Edmond Jones
Cast
Flavia Arcaro Lady Jane
Louis Barre Officers of Dragoon Guard
Chorus of Officers of Dragoon Guards
Mary Blair Lady Saphir
Louise Bradley Chorus of Rapturous Maidens
Juliet Brenon Rapturous Maiden
Chorus of Rapturous Maidens
Arthur Curran Officers of Dragoon Guard
Chorus of Officers of Dragoon Guards
Doris duMont Chorus of Rapturous Maidens
Felton Elkins Mr. Bunthorne's Solicitor
Adelyn Endore Chorus of Rapturous Maidens
Edward Franz Officers of Dragoon Guard
Chorus of Officers of Dragoon Guards
Helen Freeman Lady Angela
Rosalind Fuller Patience
a dairy maid
George Bergen George Colonel Calverley
Honora Gluck Chorus of Rapturous Maidens
Stanley Howlett Archibald Grosvenor
John Mahin Chorus of Officers of Dragoon Guards
Elizabeth McCarthy Chorus of Rapturous Maidens
Norma Millay Lady Ella
Eloise Pendleton Rapturous Maiden
Chorus of Rapturous Maidens
Marie Pinckard Chorus of Rapturous Maidens
Samuel Rapport Chorus of Officers of Dragoon Guards
John Rogers Major Murgatroyd
Samuel Selden Chorus of Officers of Dragoon Guards
James Shute Chorus of Officers of Dragoon Guards
Edgar Stehli Reginald Bunthorne
J. Hutchinson Thayer Chorus of Officers of Dragoon Guards
Kenneth Wheeler Lieut. The Duke of Dunstable
Ruth Wilton Chorus of Rapturous Maidens
music by Arthur Sullivan; lyrics by W. S. Gilbert
ACT 1Sung By
Twenty Lovesick maidens We Chorus of Maidens
Love Feeds on Hope Lady Angela
Go, Breaking Heart Lady Ella
Still Brooding on their Mad Infatuation Patience (a dairy maid)
I Cannot Tell what this Love may be Patience (a dairy maid)
The Soldiers of our Queen Chorus of Dragoons
If You Want a Receipt for that Popular Mystery Colonel Calverley
In a Doleful Train Lady Angela, Lady Ella and Reginald Bunthorne
Now is this not Ridiculous? Chorus of Dragoons
Mystic Poet, hear our prayer Lady Angela
Though my book I Seem to Scan Reginald Bunthorne
Though so Excellently Wise Lady Saphir
Oh, Hollow! Hollow! Hollow! Reginald Bunthorne
When First I Put This Uniform On Colonel Calverley
Am I Alone? Reginald Bunthorne
If You're Anxious for to Shine Reginald Bunthorne
Long Years Ago Patience (a dairy maid) and Lady Angela
Prithee, Pretty Maiden, Willow, Willow, Waly Patience (a dairy maid) and Archibald Grosvenor
Let the Merry Cymbals Sound Chorus
Now Tell Us We Pray You Chorus of Dragoons
Your Maiden Hearts Lieut. The Duke of Dunstable
If There be a Pardon in your Heart Patience (a dairy maid)
True Love Must be Single-Hearted Patience (a dairy maid) and Reginald Bunthorne
I Hear the Soft Note of the Echoing Voice Lady Ella, Lady Saphir, Lady Angela, Lieut. The Duke of Dunstable, Major Murgatroyd and Colonel Calverley
Sad Is That Woman's Lot Lady Jane
Silvered Is the raven Hair Lady Jane
Turn, oh Turn in this Direction Chorus of Maidens
A Magnet Hung in a Hard-ware Shop Archibald Grosvenor
Love Is a Plaintive Song Patience (a dairy maid)
So Go to Him and Say to Him Lady Jane and Reginald Bunthorne
It's Clear that Medieval Art Lieut. The Duke of Dunstable, Major Murgatroyd and Colonel Calverley
If Saphir I Choose to Marry Lady Angela, Lady Saphir, Lieut. The Duke of Dunstable, Major Murgatroyd and Colonel Calverley
When I Go out of Doors Reginald Bunthorne and Archibald Grosvenor
I'm a Waterloo-House Young Man Archibald Grosvenor and Chorus of Maidens
After much Debate Internal Principals and Chorus