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The Strollers is a musical comedy by Harry B. Smith with music by Ludwig Engländer. The story closely follows that of an 1899 Viennese operetta, Das Landstreicher. It opened at the Knickerbocker Theatre, New York, on 24 June, 1901.

Dramatis Personæ

AUGUST LUMP   (a wandering philosopher) Francis Wilson
KAMFER   (a jailer) Edwin Foy
PRINCE ADOLAR DE BOMSKY D. L. Don
ROLAND   (a magistrate) Harry Fairleigh
RUDI VON RODENSTEIN
MUKI VON MUGGENHEIM
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Wilmer Bentley
Harry Stuart
BRATWURST   (an inn-keeper) James Darling
SPRAT   (proprietor of a restaurant and leader of a singing society) Fred Urban
ROLLO   (a shopkeeper) Fred Urban
MIMI   (a ballet dancer) Marie George
BERTHA   (wife of August Lump) Irene Bentley
ANNA   (Roland's betrothed) Louise Lawton
FRAU BRATWURST Lizzie McCall
ELSA
ORTRUDA
SENTA
SIEGLINDE
ISOLDE
WILHELMINA
ERMINA
GRETCHEN
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(Show Girls from the Opera House, Vienna,
  on an automobile trip)
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Ruby Reid
Maud Thomas
Lou Middleton
Bernice Norcross
Viola Carlstedt
Maud Furniss
Katheryn Pearl
Mazie Folllette

MIDI Files

PROLOGUE   -   The village jail.

ACT I   -   The mountain hotel.

ACT II   -   The Fête of the Fans.


External Link
Vocal Score at Musopen

American Musical Theatre

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