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A Country Girl, or, Town and Country is a musical play in two acts by James T. Tanner, with lyrics by Adrian Ross, additional lyrics by Percy Greenbank, music by Lionel Monckton and additional songs by Paul Rubens.

The musical opened at Daly's Theatre in London, managed by George Edwardes, on 18 January 1902 and ran for 729 performances.

Dramatis Personæ

GEOFFREY CHALLONER Mr. C. Hayden-Coffin
THE RAJAH OF BHONG Mr. Rutland Barrington
SIR JOSEPH VERITY Mr. Frederick Kaye
DOUGLAS VERITY Mr. Leedham Bantock
GRANFER MUMMERY Mr. Willie Warde
LORD ANCHESTER Mr. Akerman May
LORD GRASSMERE Mr. Bertram Wallis
MAJOR VICAT Mr. Alfred Hickman
SIR CHARLES CORTELYON Mr. Cecil Castle
TZANITCHFF Mr. Fred Vigay
RUBE FAIRWAY Mr. Sebastian King
BARRY Mr. Huntley Wright
MARJORIE JOY Miss Lilian Eldeé
PRINCESS MEHELANEH OF BHONG Miss Maggie May
MADAME SOPHIE Miss Ethyl Irving
MRS. QUINTON RAIKES Miss Beryl Faber
NURSE Mrs. Edmund Phelps
MISS CARRUTHERS Miss Topsy Sinden
CAPTAIN OF THE GOLDEN HUSSARS Miss Olive Morrell
LADY ANCHESTER Miss Vera Edwardine
MISS POWYSCOURT Miss Nina Sevening
LADY ARNOTT Miss Olga Beatty-Kingston
MISS COURTLANDS Miss Dora Field
MISS ECROYD Miss Mabel Hurst

Lyrics and MIDI Files

ACT I -   A Devonshire Landscape.

ACT II -   Interior of the Ministry of Fine Arts.

Addenda.


External Links
Vocal Score at the Internet Archive
A Country Girl at Wikipedia
A Country Girl at A Guide to Musical Theatre

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