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The Royal Vagabond is described as "A Cohanized Opera Comique in Three Acts." The music is by Wm. Cary Duncan, Dr. Anselm Goetzl and George M. Cohan, the book and lyrics by Stephen Ivor Szinnyey and Wm. Cary Duncan. It was first performed at the Cohan and Harris Theatre, New York, on 17 February 1919.

Dramatis Personæ

CHEFCHECK   (the Inn Keeper) Chas. Wayne
MARCEL   (the Barber) Roger Gray
JANKU   (the Apothecary) Louis Simon
ANITZA CHEFCHECK   (the Milliner) Tessa Kosta
COLONEL IVAN PETROFF John Goldsworthy
SIXTUS   (an Officer) Julian Winters
PRINCE STEPHAN Frederic Santley
PROFESSOR ROBERT AUBREY MONTAGUE HOPKINS  (his Tutor) Robinson Newbold
PRINCESS VIOLETTA   (First Lady of the Bath) Frances Demarest
PRINCESS HELENA Grace Fisher
QUEEN OF BARGRAVIA Winifred Harris
A PAGE Helen Pierre
WANDA Gladys Zell
JOSETTE Edna Pierre
CARLOTTA Dorothy Dickson
CAPTAIN DANTZIG Carl Hyson
DRODONO   (Gypsy Chief) Walter Palm
ROZELLO   (a charming Gypsy) Mary Eaton
THE MESSENGER Dorothy Dickson
THE QUEEN'S GUARD {
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Jack Conners
Chas. Callahan
John Ross
Edward Ryan

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   At the King's Head Inn, Bargravia.

ACT II   -   In the Royal Palace Courtyard.

ACT III   -   In the Throne Room.

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