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Miss Springtime is an operetta with music by Emmerich Kálmán. The lyrics are by P.G. Wodehouse and Herbert Reynolds. It opened at the New Amsterdam Theatre, New York on 25 September 1916, where it ran for 224 performances.

Dramatis Personæ

PAUL PILGRIM   (editor of the Pilota Gazette) Charles Meakins
MICHAEL ROBIN   (assistant editor) John E. Hazzard
KATSKI SCHMIDT   (Rosi's maiden aunt) Josie Intropodi
HENRY WENZEL   (druggist and postmaster) Nick Burnham
HUGO KRAUS   ("Native Son" of Pilota) Maurice Cass
ROSIKA WENZEL   (Wenzel's daughter) Sari Petrass
JO VARADY   (a Gypsy photographer) George MacFarlane
MAIMIE STONE   (from New York) Georgia O'Ramey
DUSTIN STONE   (a rich American) Jed Prouty
OFFICER William Cohan
INSPECTOR BLOCK   (of Budapest) Percy Woodley
SECRETARY TO RUDOLPH MARTO Wayne Nunn
MAITRE BE BALLET Fred Nice
PREMIERE DANSEUSE Ada Weeks
RUSSIE Audrey Burton
CESSIE Billie Verson
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Teddy Hudson
Edna Stillwell
June White
Cap Storer
Joyce Linden
Helen Kroner

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   Old Home Week in the Village of Pilota.

ACT II   -   Wenzel's Apothecary Shop in Pilota.

ACT III  -   The Stage of the Budapest Opera House.


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