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The Enchantress is a comic opera in 2 Acts with book and lyrics by Fred de Gresac and Harry B. Smith and music by Victor Herbert. It ran at the New York Theatre, New York from 19 October 1911 until 20 January 1912 (104 performances).

Dramatis Personæ

VIVIAN SAVORY,   an opera singer Kitty Gordon
MOUMOUTE,   her aunt Hattie Arnold
MARION LOVE,   an American Heiress Nellie McCoy
PRINCESS DIANA,   of Russia Ida Fitz Hugh
PRINCESS STEPHANEE Venita Fitz Hugh
PRINCESS STELLINA Louise Bliss
PRINCESS POPPY Nina Barbour
PRINCESS FLORIA Mabel Berra
PRINCESS BERENICE Dorothy Berry
PRINCESS HORTENSIA Clarisse Gilberte
PRINCE IVAN OF ZERGOVIA Harold Ford
TROUTE,   Head of the Secret Service Ralph Riggs
POFF,   the Prince Tutor Gilbert Clayton
MILOCK,   Regent of Zergovia Harrison Brockbank
OZIR,   Minister of War Arthur Forrest
PRINCE ZEPI Bertram Fox
MINA Katherine Witchie

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   The Royal Palace of Zergovia.

ACT II   -   At Vivian's House on the Banks of the Danube.

MIDI files copyright © 2008 Colin Johnson   All Rights Reserved

External Link
The Enchantress at The Guide to Musical Theatre

American Musical Theatre

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