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The Spring Maid is an operetta with music by Heinrich Reinhardt. The original German libretto was by Julius Wilhelm and A.M. Willner. The English book is by Harry B. and Robert B. Smith with lyrics by Robert B. Smith. It was performed at the Tremont Theatre, Boston, on 5 December 1910.

Dramatis Personæ

PRINCESS BOZENA, Miss Christie MacDonald
  visiting Carlsbad Spa with her father, Prince Nepomuk
PRINCE NEPOMUK, possessed of more ancestry than income Mr. William Burress
PRINCE ALADAR, a Hungarian nobleman Mr. Lawrence Rea
ANNAMIRL, Miss Elgie Bowen
  favorite fountain girl at Carlsbad, known as "The Spring Maid"
BARON RUDI, a cousin of Princess Bozena Mr. Ralph Erolle
ROLAND, a famous English tragedian Mr. Tom McNaughton
URSULA, one of Roland's admiring matinee patrons Miss Jessie Bradbury
SPAETLING, a Commissioner of Police Mr. Charles Meyers
EVAKATL, keeper of a popular hostelry Miss Blanche Sherwood
COL. BOOME, who objects to the water cure Mr Edward Metcalf
MR. LOMAX, who is trying to get thin Mr. Arthur Thalasso
MR. SKINNER, who is trying to get stout Mr. Otto Hoffman
GRETEL
HANNI
JOSIE
FRITZI
SOPHIE
ELISE
BARBARA
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Miss Irene O'Donnell
Miss Mae Carlisle
Miss Beatrice MacKay
Miss Margaret Langdon
Miss Lydia Bell
Miss Leonie Benzinger
Miss Anitra MacTavish
TONI
NIKI
FRANZ
FRITZ
LOUIS
LEO
VLADIMIR
EUGENE
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Mr. E. H. Barlab
Mr. Joseph Barlowe
Mr. William J. Kleine
Mr. T. B. MacDonald
Mr. Charles A. Minton
Mr. C. M. Porter
Mr. Joseph H. Smith
Mr. Al C. Van Sands

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   A Fountain Square, Carlsbad.

ACT II  -  Scene 1   -   The Bee-Farm at Bitterbrunnen, near Carlsbad, the following afternoon.

ACT II  -  Scene 2   -   The Annual Al Fresco Fête at Carlsbad.


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