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A Gaiety Girl is an English musical comedy in two acts by Owen Hall (book, on an outline by James T. Tanner), Harry Greenbank (lyrics) and Sidney Jones (music). It opened at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, produced by George Edwardes, on 14 October 1893 (later transferring to Daly's Theatre) and ran for 413 performances.

Dramatis Personæ

CHARLES GOLDFIELD Mr. C. Hayden Coffin
MAJOR BARCLAY Mr. Fred Kaye
BOBBIE RIVERS Mr. W. Louis Bradfield
HARRY FITZWARREN Mr. Leedham Bantock
ROMNEY FARQUHAR Mr. Lawrance D'Orsey
SIR LEWIS GRAY Mr. Eric Lewis
LANCE Mr. Gilbert Porteous
AUGUSTE Mr. Fitz Rimma
DR. MONTAGUE BRIERLY Mr. Harry Monkhouse
ROSE BRIERLY Miss Decima Moore
LADY EDYTHA ALDWYN Miss Kate Cutler
MISS GLADYS STOURTON Miss Marie Studholme
HON. DAISY ORMSBURY Miss Louie Pounds
LADY GREY Mrs. E. Phelps
ALMA SOMERSET Miss Maud Hobson
CISSY VERNER Miss Blanche Massey
HAIDEE WALTON Miss Ethel Selwick
ETHEL HAWTHORNE Miss Violet Robinson
MINA Miss Juliette Nesville
LADY VIRGINIA FOREST Miss Lottie Venne

MIDI Files

ACT I -   The Cavalry Barracks at Winbridge.

ACT II -   On the Riviera.



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