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The Sultan of Sulu is described as an original satire in two acts. The music is by Alfred G. Wathall and the lyrics by George Ade. It was produced under the direction of the Castle Square Opera Co. at the Studebaker Theatre, Chicago, on 11 March 1902.

Dramatis Personæ

KI-RAM   (the Sultan of Sulu) Mr. Frank Moulan
COLONEL JEFFERSON BUDD   (of the Volunteers) Mr. George H. Shields
LIEUTENANT WILLIAM HARDY   (of the Regulars ) Mr. Templer Saxe
HADJI TANTONG   (the Sultan's Private Secretary) Mr. Fred Frear
DATTO MANDI   (of Parang) Mr. William H. Hatter
WAKEFUL M. JONES   (Agent and Salesman) Mr. Paul Nicholson
DINGBAT   (Captain of the Guard) Mr. Harold Warren
DIDYMOS
RASTOS
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(Nubian Slaves) {
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Mr. John J. Fogarty
Mr. Gilbert F. Brown
HENRIETTA BUDD   (the Colonel's Daughter) Miss Maude Lillian Berri
PAMELA FRANCES JACKSON   (Judge Advocate) Miss Blanche Chapman
CHIQUITA   (Wife Number One ) Miss Gertrude Quinlan
MAURICA
RAMONA
GALULA
NATIVIDAD
REMENITA
NATALIA
SELINA
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(Wives of Ki-Ram) {
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Miss Jessie Bradbury
Miss Lilian Sefton
Miss Mildred Elaine
Miss Laura Doty
Miss Louise Kelly
Miss Adele Lorraine
Miss Gladys Coeman
MISS ROXBURY
MISS DORCHESTER
MISS CAMBRIDGE
MISS NEWTON
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(The School-ma'ams from Boston) {
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Miss Bonnie Henkle
Miss Nora Johnson
Miss Ruby Powell
Miss Lillian Maure

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   Exterior of the Sultan's Palace on the Island of Sulu.

ACT II   -   The Roof Garden of the Sultan's Palace.

Song no. 13 was composed by Nat. D. Mann.

MIDI Files Copyright © 2005 Colin Johnson All Rights Reserved


External Links
Vocal Score at the Internet Archive
Article:  George Ade’s Comic Opera The Sultan of Sulu - 1902

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