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The Tourists is a musical comedy in two acts with book and lyrics by R. H. Burnside and music by Gustave Kerker. It played at the Majestic Theatre, New York from 25 August to 8 December 1906, a total of 124 performances.

Dramatis Personæ

JOHN DUKE   (registered at the Hotel Oriental as the "Duke of Plymouth") Alfred Hickman
TIMOTHY TODD   (his tutor and guardian) Richard Golden
BENJAMIN BLOSSOM   (an American millionaire) Phil H. Ryley
GOPAL SINGH   (Rajah of Rangapang) William Pruette
ASKEEMA   (his former Court Physician) George A. Schiller
NOORIAN   (Captain of the Rajah's Body-Guard) Howard Chambers
LOOFAH   (proprietor of Hotel Oriental) W. H. Denny
KALIH   (John Duke's servant) F. Kek Schilling
JAMBO REE   (messenger from the Boojam of Bang-a-lore) Albert Froom
DORA
CAROLINE
KATHERINE
DOROTHY
ELEANOR
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(Mr. Blossom's Daughters) {
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Julia Sanderson
Anna C. Wilson
Mabel Wilber
Edna Chase
Edna McClure
LEITITIA HEMMINGWAY   (their governess) Della Niven
PRINCESS CHOLULU   (the Rajah's daughter) Vera Michelena
ARCHIE LAWRENCE
REGINALD WILBERFORCE
GREGORY MARSTON
THEODORE WALSINGHAM
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(In love with Mr. Blossom's Daughters) {
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Jack Henderson
Robert Algier
Fred W. Cousins
Philip Leigh

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   Countyard and Exterior of Hotel Oriental, Rangapang, Hindustan.

ACT II   -   Interior of the Rajah's Palace, near Rangapang.   Evening of the same day.

MIDI Files copyright © 2008 Colin Johnson   All Rights Reserved


External Links
The Tourists at The Guide to Musical Theatre
Vocal Score at UR Research

American Musical Theatre

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