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Opened at the Broadway Theatre, New York, on August 31st. 1908,
and later presented at the Herald Square Theatre, New York on Sept. 20th 1909,
under the title of "The Rose of Algeria"

Cast of Characters

CARROL SWEET
DE LONG GREENE
VAN CORTLANDT PARK
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(Young American soldiers who enlisted in and deserted from the Algerian Foreign Legion) {
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Harry Tighe
Toby Lyons
Randall Davey
CAPTAIN DE LOME   (in command at the Oasis of Sidi Ahmoud) George Leon Moore
GENERAL PETITPONS  
(Gov. Gen. of Algeria and uncle of Capt. De Lome)
William Pruette
ZORADIE, SULTANA OF THE BARAKEESH  
(Ruler of a powerful desert tribe)
Ida Brooks Hunt **
MILLICENT MADISON, M.D.  
(An American practicing medicine in the East)
Harriet Burt
ALI KOHJA   (Chief of Police to the Sultana of the Barakeesh) Joseph Carey **
MRS. BILLINGS F. COOINGS
MR. BILLINGS F. COOINGS
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(A recently married honeymoon couple) {
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Florence Nash
Eugene P. Arnold
MIMI   (of the Latin quarter) Estelle M. Perry
NAILI
ZAPHIRIE
AOUDA
MIRZAH
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(Ladies in Waiting to the Sultana of the Barakeesh) {
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Grace Rankin
Katherine Howland
Madge Richardson
Carolyn Barber
LIEUT. BERTRAND Richard M. Dolliver
LIEUT. DUBONNET Franklin Foster

** Ida Brook Hunt appeared in Act I as Miriam, Mistress of the Bayaderes,
and Joseph Carey appeared in Act I as the Arab Story Teller.

Synopsis of Scenes

ACT I -   The Walled Oasis of Sidi Ahmoud in the Desert of Sahara.
ACT II -   Exterior of an old Palace at Mustapha Superieur, Algiers.

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   The Walled Oasis of Sidi Ahmoud in the Desert of Sahara.

ACT II   -   Exterior of an old Palace at Mustapha Superieur, Algiers.

MIDI Files Copyright © 2006 Colin Johnson. All Rights Reserved.


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