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Sybil is an English version of Szibill, an operetta by Hungarian composer Victor Jacobi. The first performance was February 27, 1914, at the Király Színház (King's Theatre) in Budapest. The libretto was written by Ferenc Martos and Miksa Bródy. The English-language version has lyrics by Harry Graham and was premiered on 10 January 1916 at the Liberty Theatre, New York.

Dramatis Personæ

SYBIL RENAUD   (Opera Singer) Julia Sanderson
THE GRAND DUKE CONSTANTINE Donald Brian
OTTO SPRECKLES   (Impresario - Poire) Joseph Cawthorne
THE GRAND DUCHESS ANNA PAVLOVNA Josephine Whittell
THE GOVERNOR OF BOMSK George E. Mack
CAPTAIN PAUL PETROV   (Officer of the Guard) Stewart Baird
CAPTAIN DOLOGOW
LIEUTENANT KOYANDER
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(The Duke's aides-de-camp) {
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Walter Gilbert
William Francis
COUNT MILOWSKI   (Court Courier) Jackson Hines
LIEUTENANT ZELENOY Charles Lester
MARGOT   (Spreckles' wife) Maisie Gay
BORTSCHAKOW   (Hotel Manager) Charles Hampden
A SCHOOLMASTER Clyde Crawford
COSSACK OFFICER Frank Markham
PAGE BOY Master Statzes
FIRST WAITER Edward C. Yeager
SECOND WAITER George Wharton
MR. CRIGHTON
MRS. CRIGHTON
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(Tourists) {
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Robert Markwell
Cynthia Latham

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   The Office of the Grand Hotel, Bomsk, Russia.

ACT II   -   Room in the Governor's Palace.

ACT III   -   Entresol of the Grand Hotel.


External Links
Szybill at Wikipedia
Sybil at The Guide to Musical Theatre

American Musical Theatre

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