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Erminie is a comic opera in two acts composed by Edward Jakobowski with a libretto by Claxson Bellamy and Harry Paulton, based loosely on Charles Selby's 1834 English translation of the French melodrama, Robert Macaire. The piece opened at the Grand Theatre, Birmingham, England, on 26 October 1885 before transferring to the Comedy Theatre in London on 9 November 1885 and playing for a total of 154 performances.

Dramatis Personæ

MARQUIS DE PONTVERT Mr. Fred Mervin
EUGÈNE MARCEL Mr. Henry Bracy
VICOMTE ERNEST DE BRISSAC Mr. Horace Bolini
CAPTAIN DELAUNAY Miss Kate Everleigh
SERGEANT Mr. A. D. Pierrepoint
DUFOIS   (the Landlord) Mr. George Marler
SIMON   (a Waiter) Mr. J. W. Bradbury
HENRI Mr. Stanley Betjeman
PIERRE Miss Lottie Leigh
CHEVALIER DE BRABAZON Mr. Percy Compton
RAVANNES Mr. Frank Wyatt
CADEAU Mr. Harry Paulton
CERISE MARCEL Miss Violet Melnotte
JAVOTTE Miss Kate Munroe
MARIE Miss Edith Vane
CLEMENTINE Miss Delia Merton
PRINCESSE DE GRAMPONEUR Miss M. A. Victor
ERMINIE DE PONTVERT Miss Florence St. John
M. ST. BRICE Miss Nellie Gordon
M. D'AUVIGNE Miss Kitty Graham
M. DE NAILLES Miss Marie Huntley
M. DE SANGRES Miss Violet Leigh
MME. ST. BRICE Miss Lillie Teesdale
MME. DE LAGE Miss Ada Maxwell
MME. DE BREFCHAMP Miss Ethel Selwyn
MME. DE CHATEAULIN Miss Millie Gerard
ANTOINETTE Miss Madge Bruce
CHARLOTTE Miss Emilie Campbell
JEANETTE Miss Anita Marzan
MIGNON Miss Florence Dudley
ROSALIE Miss Carrie Solomon
NINICHE Miss Helen Gwynne
NANINE Miss Mary Webb
FANCHETTE Miss Sylvia Southgate

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   The Village Fête in Pontvert, France.

ACT II   -   The Ballroom in the Marquis de Pontvert's Chateau.


External link
Erminie at Wikipedia

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