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The Highwayman is a romantic comic opera in three acts with music by Reginald de Koven and book and lyrics by Harry B. Smith. It was produced by the Broadway Theatre Opera Co. at the Broadway Theatre, New York, on 13 December 1897.

Dramatis Personæ

DICK FITZGERALD   (an Irish soldier of fortune) Joseph O'Mara
LADY CONSTANCE SINCLAIR   (a belle of the Court) Hilda Clark
SIR GODFREY BEVERLEY   (a Baronet of sporting proclivities) George O'Donnell
LADY PAMELA   (his daughter) Maud Williams
CAPTAIN RODNEY   (an officer serving with Nelson) Van Rensselaer Wheeler
CONSTABLE QUILLER   (of Bow Street) Jerome Sykes
DOLL PRIMROSE   (barmaid of the "Cat and Fiddle") Nellie Braggins
TOBY WINKLE   ('ostler of the "Cat and Fiddle") Harry Macdonough
LORD KILKENNY   (an Irish nobleman) Wm. S. Corliss
SIR JOHN HAWKHURST   (a Government Attaché) Edwin White
LIEUTENANT LOVELACE   (of the Militia) Reginald Roberts
LANDLORD JARVEY   (of the "Cat and Fiddle") William Corliss
MRS. JARVEY Marion Chase
JACK MIDDLETON Wm. Mackay
LADY OLIVIA FAIRFAX Jean St. Claire
HUMPHREYS   (coachman of the York Mail) H. Steinman
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T. F. Moore
E. A. Tester
Wm. Steiger
John E. Belton
Edward Everett
Harry Henderson

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   The "Cat and Fiddle" Tavern on the York Road.

ACT II   -   Forest near the York Road.

ACT III   -   The Park of Beverley Manor.

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The Story

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