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Maid Marian is a comic opera in three acts with libretto by Harry B. Smith and music by Reginald de Koven produced at the Chestnut Street Opera House, Philadelphia, PA, on 4 November 1901.

Dramatis Personæ

SHERIFF OF NOTTINGHAM Henry Cay Barnabee
LITTLE JOHN W. H. MacDonald
ROBIN HOOD Albert Parr
WILL SCARLET Allan C. Hinckley
FRIAR TUCK George B. Frothingham
ALAN-A-DALE Adele Rafter
GUY OF GISBOURNE W. H. Fitzgerald
DAME DURDEN Josephine Bartlett
GILES
GEOFFREY
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  (Gamekeepers) {
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J. J. Fennesey
W. J. Sullivan
YUSSUF   (a slave merchant) J. J. Martin
SIR H. VEN DE VERE
SIR HUGH MONTFORD
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  (Knights of St George) {
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Albert Wilder
Henry Brown
MESSENGER Harry Dale
HERALD Albert Watson
AMINA   (a snake charmer) Helen Gordon
LADY VIVIAN Belle Harper
MAID MARIAN Grace van Studdiford

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   The Park surrounding the Castle of the Earl of Huntington.

ACT II   -   The Camp of the Crusaders in the desert, with the city of Acre in the distance.

ACT III   -   The great Banqueting Hall of Huntington Castle on Christmas Day.


External Links
Maid Marian at The Guide to Musical Theatre
Vocal Score at UR Research

American Musical Theatre

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