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The Velvet Lady is a musical comedy with music by Victor Herbert and book and lyrics by Henry Blossom. It opened at the New Amsterdam Theatre, New York, on 3 February 1919.

Dramatis Personæ

PARKS Ernest Torrence
ROSE
DOT
VIOLET
MIGNONETTE
TULIP
HYACINTH
LILY
DAISY
PANSY
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Una Fleming
Teddie Hudson
Janet McIlwaine
Lucine Paula
Florence Crips
Dolly Alwyn
Helen Borden
Mignon Reed
Tess Mayer
OTTILIE   (a Bride) Marie Flynn
SUSIE Georgie O'Ramey
MRS. WINNACKER   (Auntie) Eleanor Gordon
BUBBLES   (Ottilie's sister) Minerva Coverdale
NICHOLAS KING Jed Prouty
NED PEMBROKE Alfred Gerrard
GEORGE HOWELL Ray Raymond
SERGEANT Daniel Sullivan
MOONEY   (a new cop) Eddie Dowling
VERA VERNON Fay Marbe
MRS. PEMBROKE Eda Von Buelow

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   Library in Howell's House, Riverside Drive.   (Late afternoon)

ACT II   -   Living Hall in Howell's House  (Early the Same Evening).

ACT III   -   Living Room in Howell's House  (An Hour Later).

MIDI Files copyright © 2006 Colin Johnson   All Rights Reserved


External Link
Vocal Score at the Library of Congress

American Musical Theatre

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