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Little Christopher Columbus is a burlesque opera in two acts, with music by Ivan Caryll and Gustave Kerker and a libretto by George R. Sims and Cecil Raleigh. It opened on 10 October 1893 at the Lyric Theatre in London and then transferred to Terry's Theatre, running for a total of 421 performances.

Dramatis Personæ
O'HOOLEGAN   Mr. E. J. Lonnen
  (Private Detective to Silas Block)  
CAPT. JOSEPH H. SLAMMER   Mr. Harry Parker
  (of the S.S. "Chocktaw")  
THE MAYOR OF CADIZ Mr. Henry Wright
DON JUAN   (of the Spanish Police) Mr. George Tate
HOTEL PROPRIETOR Mr. Roland Carse
SILAS BLOCK   (A Millionaire) Mr. Furneaux Cook
Spanish Officers:  
  PEDRO
SEBASTIAN
LOPEZ
Miss Kate Dudley
Miss Vinnie Cassell
Miss Blanche Winter
VIGILANT CUTTER   Miss Maude Vernon
  (2nd. Officer of the S.S. "Chocktaw")  

THE SECOND MRS. BLOCK Miss Adelaide Newton
HANNAH   (Slammer's Daughter) Miss Maud Leicester
PEPITA Miss Eva Moore
GUINEVERE BLOCK Miss Maud Holland
MERCEDES Miss Rose Hamilton
LOLA Miss Cissie Cranford
SALAMBO SMITH Miss Dora Thorne
MYSOTES CALHOUN Miss Millie Marsden
LITTLE CHRISTOPHER Miss May Yohe
     

 

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   The Great Square of Cadiz.

ACT II   -   The Midway Plaisance, Chicago Exhibition.


External Links
Little Christopher Columbus at Wikipedia

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