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Old Dutch is a musical farce in two acts adapted from the German by Edgar Smith with lyrics by George V. Hobart and music by Victor Herbert. It was first performed at the Herald Square Theatre in New York on 22 November 1909.

Dramatis Personæ

LUDWIG STREUSAND (known as "Old Dutch") Mr. Lew Fields
LIZA STREUSAND Miss Alice Dovey
FRANZ VON BOMBERG Mr. John Bunny
ALFRED VON BOMBERG Mr. Wm. C. Weeden
ROSA VON BOMBERG Miss Eva Davenport
LEOPOLD MUELLER Mr. John Henshaw
ALMA VILLIANYI Miss Ada Lewis
HON. ALGERNON CLYMBER Mr. Vernon Castle
JOSEPH CUSINIER Mr. Charles Judels
JEAN Mr. Mack Johnston
LIGHTNING CHARLIE Himself
GRENNEWALD Mr. Philip Watson
A TELEGRAPH MESSENGER Mr. Victor Hyde

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   Exterior of the "Hotel Schoenwald" in the Tyrol - Morning.

ACT II - Scene 1   -   The Palm Garden of the "Hotel Schoenwald" - Evening.

ACT II - Scene 2   -   The Corridor on the second floor of the Hotel - Night.


External Link
Vocal Score at the Library of Congress

American Musical Theatre

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