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Marcelle is a musical comedy in two acts with libretto by Frank Pixley and music by Gustav Luders. It opened at the Casino Theatre, New York, on 1 October 1908.

Dramatis Personæ

BARON VON BERGHOF   Jess Dandy
  (hereditary proprietor of the Berghof estates)
HERR SCHWINDEL   (Burgomaster of Berghof) Herbert Cawthorne
DUMM   (Cellar master of Castle Berghof) Henry Norman
LIEUT. KARL VON BERGHOF   Frank Rushworth
  (the Baron's nephew in the German Army)
"BUD" WILSON   (from Kalamazoo, an "innocent abroad") Lawrence Wheat
KLUG   (a lawyer, friend of Karl) George C. Boniface Jr.
PIERRE   (a Parisian painter) Robert O'Connor
CORPORAL FRISH   (of the Schwindel Corps) David Bennett
FRITZ George Reed
ELSA VON BERGHOF   (the Baron's adopted daughter) Elsa Ryan
MITZI   (her maid) Marian Ford
LUCILLE Edith Girvan
MISS DARLINGTON   (preceptess of a young ladies' seminary) Leona Anderson
BARONESS VON BERGHOF Nettie Black
MARCELLE   (a Parisian actress) Louise Gunning

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   The Garden and Exterior of Castle Berghof.   (Afternoon.)

ACT II  -  Scene 1   -   An Open Place near the old ruined castle of Berghof.   (Evening).

ACT II  -  Scene 2   -   The Reception Hall of Castle Berghof.   (Same Night).


External Link
Selecton from Marcelle by Arthur Pryor's Band.

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