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The Girls of Gottenburg is a musical play in 2 acts, 3 scenes written by George Grossmith Jnr., and L. E. Berman with music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton and lyrics by Adrian Ross and Basil Hood which opened at the Gaiety Theatre, London on 15 May 1907 where it ran for 303 performances.

Dramatis Personæ

OTTO   (Prince of Saxe-Hildesheim) Mr. George Grossmith, Jun.
BRITTLBOTTL   (Sergeant of Hussars) Mr. Robert Nainby
GENERAL THE MARGRAVE OF SAXE-NIERSTEIN Mr. Eustace Burnaby
COLONEL FINKHAUSEN
FRITZ
HERMANN
FRANZ
KARL
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(Officers of the Blue Hussars) {
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Mr. A. J. Evelyn
Mr. T. C. Maxwell
Mr. Harold Thorley
Mr. Somers Bellamy
Mr. George Grundy
ALBRECHT   (Captain of Dragoons) Mr. J. Robert Hale
BURGOMASTER Mr. George Miller
KANNENBIER   (An Innkeeper) Mr. Arthur Hatherton
ADOLF   (Town Clerk) Mr. Charles Brown
POLICEMAN Mr. Blackman
WAITERS Messrs. Grande & Hill
CORPORAL RIETHEN
PRIVATE SCHMIDT
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(Blue Hussars) {
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Mr. J. R. Sinclair
Mr. S. Hansworth
MAX MODDELKOPF Mr. Edmund Payne
ELSA   (The General's Daughter) Miss May de Sousa
CLEMENTINE   (The Burgomaster's Daughter) Miss Violet Halls
LUCILLE   (Maid to Elsa) Miss Olive May
KATHIE Miss Kitty Mason
HANA Miss Edith Lee
HILDA Miss Kitty Lindley
MINNA   (Captain of College) Miss Jean Aylwin
FREDA   (Head of the Alemannia Corps) Miss Olive Wade
ANNA   (Head of the Pomerania Corps) Miss Mary Hobson
EVA   (Head of the Saxonia Corps) Miss Gladys Cooper
LINA   (Head of the Borussia Corps) Miss Julia James
KATRINA   (The only Girl in Rottenberg) Miss Kitty Hanson
BARBARA BRIEFMARK   (The Postmaster's Daughter) Miss Enid Leonhardt
BETTY BRENCASTLER   (The Doctor's Daughter) Miss Tessie Hackney
MITZI   (The Innkeeper's Daughter) Miss Gertie Millar

MIDI Files

ACT I - Scene 1 - The Barracks, Rottenberg.

ACT I - Scene 2 - The Market Place, Gottenberg.

ACT II - The Gardens of "The Red Hen," across the River, near Gottenberg.

Addenda.


External Link
The Girls of Gottenburg at Wikipedia
The Girls of Gottenburg at the Guide to Musical Theatre

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