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The Circus Girl is a musical comedy in two acts by James T. Tanner and Walter Apllant (Palings), with lyrics by Harry Greenbank and Adrian Ross, music by Ivan Caryll, and additional music by Lionel Monckton.

The musical was produced at George Edwardes's Gaiety Theatre on 5 December 1896 and ran for 497 performances.

Dramatis Personæ
SIR TITUS WEMYSS Mr. Harry Monkhouse
DICK CAPEL Mr. Seymour Hicks
DRIVELLI (Proprietor of Circus) Mr. Arthur Williams
HON. REGINALD GOWER Mr. Lionel Mackinder
ALBERTONI (Ring Master) Mr. Colin Coop
COMMISSAIRE OF POLICE Mr. Robert Nainby
BIGGS (An American Bar Tender) Mr. Edmund Payne
LUCILLE (A Slack Wire Walker) Miss Katie Seymour
LA FAVORITA Miss Ethel Haydon
MME. DRIVELLI Miss Connie Ediss
LADY DIANA WEMYSS Miss Marie Davis
DORA WEMYSS Miss Ellaline Terriss

MIDI Files

Act I - On the Boulevard, outside the Café de la Régence.

Act II Scene 1- In the Ring, at Drivelli's Circus
Scene 2 - Bureau of the Comissaire of Police
Scene 3 - The Artists' Ball.


External Links
Vocal Score at the University of Rochester
The Circus Girl at Wikipedia

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