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A Stubborn Cinderella is a musical in three acts with music by Joseph E. Howard and book and lyrics by William M. Hough and Frank R. Adams. It opened at the Broadway Theatre, New York, on 25 January 1909 and played for 88 performances.

Dramatis Personæ

FAT Charles Prince
SKEETER Robert Harrington
SALLIE Louise Mink
'LOIS Alice Dovey
A TUTOR Alan Brooks
THE PRESIDENT Don Merrifield
THADDEUS LEONARDO   (a famous sculptor) Charles Rankin
A CAB DRIVER John Wheeler
POLICE SERGEANT Ben Turbett
"MAC" John Barrymore
COLONEL HUNT   (of the visiting English party) James C. Marlowe
LADY LESLIE WINTERS   (daughter of the Earl of Glenkirk) Sallie Fisher
LADY EVELYN   (her aunt) Jean Salisbury
AN ENGINEER Ben Turbett
A PORTER Charles Wedlake
AN INDIAN Don Merrifield
HOTEL MANAGER Frank Magin

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   Campus of Columbus University - afternoon.

ACT II   -   A Mountain Wilderness near the Mexican Border.   (Next day.)

ACT III   -   Natatorium of Hotel del Coronado, Coronado Beach, California, during the progress of the Orange Fete.


External Links
Vocal Score at the Internet Archive
A Stubborn Cinderella at Wikipedia

American Musical Theatre

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