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Tonight's the Night is a musical comedy composed by Paul Rubens, with lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Rubens, and a book adapted from the farce Les Dominos roses (Pink Dominoes) by Fred Thompson. It opened at the Shubert Theatre in New York on 24 December 1914 and was produced at the Gaiety Theatre, London, on 18 April 1915, running for a very successful 460 performances.

Dramatis Personæ

MONTAGU LOVITT-LOVITT Mr. James Blakeley
HENRY   (his Nephew) Mr. Leslie Henson
PEDRO   (a Tango Teacher) Mr. Max Dearly
ROBIN CARRAWAY Mr. Vernon Davidson
ALPHONSE   (Head Waiter at Covent Garden) Mr. Robert Nainby
ALBERT Mr. Victor Gouriet
LORD RIDGEMOUNT Mr. Stanley Brightman
POLICEMAN Mr. Forest Smith
THE HON. DUDLEY MITTEN Mr. George Grossmith
JUNE Miss Haideè de Rance
BEATRICE CARRAWAY   (Robin's Wife) Miss Julia James
VICTORIA   (her Maid) Miss Moya Mannering
DAISY DE MENTHE   (of the Piccadilly Theatre) Miss Madge Saunders
ANGELA LOVITT-LOVITT   (Montagu's Wife) Miss Gladys Homfrey
LADY PUSSY PRESTON
LADY EDITH TAPLOW
MIMI SKEATS
THE HON. BABY VEREKER
AVICE CARLTON
YVETTE LA PLAGE
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Miss Peggy Kurton
Miss Barbara Dunbar
Miss Judith Nelmes
Miss Doris Stocker
Miss Elsie Scott
Miss Adrah Fair
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Miss Dorothy Devere
Miss Vera Davis
ALICE   (Maid at Daisy's) Miss Cynthia Murray

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   The Carraway's House at Maidenhead.

ACT II - Scene 1   -   Foyer of the Boxes, Royal Opera House.

ACT II - Scene 2   -   Covent Garden Market.
ACT II - Scene 3   -   Daisy's Flat in Mount Street.

Addenda.

Nos. 8 & 17 were composed by Jerome D. Kern (1885-1945) and their copyright is in the American public domain.

MIDI Files copyright © 2005 Colin Johnson   All Rights Reserved


External Links
Vocal Score at UR Research
Tonight's the Night at Wikipedia

American Musical Theatre

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