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Robin Hood is a comic opera in three acts with book and lyrics by Harry B. Smith and music by Reginald De Koven. It opened at the Standard Theatre, New York, on 28 September, 1891, where it lasted for 35 performances.

Dramatis Personæ

ROBERT OF HUNTINGTON afterwards Robin Hood
THE SHERIFF OF NOTTINGHAM  
SIR GUY OF GISBORNE his ward
LITTLE JOHN
WILL SCARLET
FRIAR TUCK
ALLAN A-DALE
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LADY MARIAN FITZWALTER a ward of the Crown, afterwards Maid Marian
DAME DURDEN a widow
ANNABEL her daughter

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   A Market-place in Nottingham.

ACT II   -   Sherwood Forest.

ACT III   -   Courtyard of the Sheriff's Castle.


External Links
Vocal Score at the Internet Archive
Robin Hood at The Guide to Musical Theatre
Robin Hood at Wikipedia

American Musical Theatre

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