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Mexicana is described as a "Mexican Comic Opera." The book and lyrics are by Clara Driscoll and Robert B. Smith and the music by Raymond Hubbell. It was produced at the Lyric Theatre, New York on 29 January 1906.

Dramatis Personæ

JOHNNY ROCKS   (a Wall street broker) Thomas Q. Seabrooke
TITA   (an Indian girl, vendor of pottery) Christie Mac Donald
CAPTAIN CARMONA   (an officer of the Mexican Army) Joseph Herbert
JUAN ADRIAN   (an Indian pulque seller) Edward Martindell
SENORITA MARGARITA JUAREZ   Caro Roma
  (daughter of the governor of a Mexican State)
RODRIGO CORTINEZ   Edmund Stanley
  (a Mexican of wealth and leader of the Revolutionists)
SENORA MENDOZA   (aunt to Tita) Maggie Moore
INEZ Blanche Deyo
MANUEL Harry Wallace
PEDRO Almon Knowles
DUENA TO MARGARITA Miss Ford

MIDI Files

ACT I - The Market Square of a Mexican Town.   Early morning.

ACT II - The Patio of the Hacienda of Rodrigo Cortinez. Noon of the next day.

ACT III - The Borda Gardens on the Night of a Fiesta.


External Link
Vocal Score at IMSLP

American Musical Theatre

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