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It Happened in Norland is a musical comedy in a prologue and two acts with book and lyrics by Glen MacDonough and music by Victor Herbert which opened at the Lewis M. Fields Theatre, New York, on 5 December 1904.

Dramatis Personæ

HUBERT (the long lost brother of Katherine Peepfogel) Lew Fields
PRINCE GEORGE OF NEBULA Harry Davenport
  (who is ordered by the Czar to marry Queen Elsa)
DUKE OF TOXEN (Prime Minister of Nordland) Joseph Herbert
BARON SPARTA Harry Fisher
  (Minister of War and Police, and enemy to the Duke of Toxen)
CAPTAIN SLIVOWITZ (his chief assistant) Joseph Carroll
PRINCESS ALINE (Queen Elsa's aunt) Gertrude Whitty
DR. OTTO BLOTZ (Dermatologist and proprietor of Blotz's Pain Killer) Julius Steger
PARTHENIA SCHMITT (a country girl, maid to the Princess Aline) Bessie Clayton
HUGO VON ARNIM (Lieutenant in the Royal Body Guard) Charles Gotthold
MAYME PERKINS (personal secretary to the American Ambassadress) "Billie" Norton
DR. POPOFF   (proprietor of Popoff's Sanitarium) William Burress
CAPTAIN GATLING (of the United States Navy) William Burress
DUCHESS HELENE (sister of the Duke of Toxen) Indiola Arnold
MAQUISE FRANZISKA (Mistress of the Robes to Queen Elsa) May Naudain
RUDOLF (a peasant, Parthenia's Sweetheart) Frank O'Neill
PRINCE KARL (in love with Queen Elsa) Frank O'Neill
MISS HICKS (First Secretary of the American Embassy at Nordland) Pauline Frederick
COUNTESS POKOTA (Lady-in-waiting to Queen Elsa) Pauline Frederick
KATHERINE PEEPFOGEL Marie Cahill
  (American Ambassadress to the Court of Nordland)

MIDI Files

PROLOGUE   -   The Railway Station at Kronenberg, Nordland.

ACT I   -   Promenade at Elsa Bad, Nordland.

ACT II   -   Terrace of Queen Elsa's Palace, Kronenberg - the next day.

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