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Kitty Grey is a musical comedy adapted from MM. Mars & Hennequin's Les Fétards by J.S. Pigott with lyrics by Adrian Ross and music by Augustus Barratt and Howard Talbot, with additional numbers by Lionel Monckton, Paul Rubens, and Bernard Rolt. It was first produced in Bristol on 27 August 1900. After an extensive provincial tour, the show opened at the Apollo Theatre, London, on 7 September 1901.

Dramatis Personæ

THE KING OF ILLYRIA Mr. Charles Angelo
LORD PLANTAGENET Mr. G. P. Huntley
BARON JACK DE TREGUE (Sir John Binfield) Mr. Maurice Farkoa
COMTE DE TRANITZ Mr. Arthur T. Hendon
PONTBICHET Mr. A. Nilson Fysher
FRITZ Mr. Robert St. George
CARL Mr. E. Wolseley
EUGENE Mr. Granville Barker
JOSEPH Mr. Sydney Honey
ROBERT Mr. Grain
SADIE Miss Eva Kelly
MRS. BRIGHT Miss Gladys Homfrey
PAMELA Miss Raynor
CARMEN Miss Alice Charteris
BARONESS EDITH DE TREGUE (Lady Binfield) Miss Edna May
KITTY GREY   (an Actress) Miss Evie Greene

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   Biarritz.

ACT II   -   Kitty Grey's Dressing Room.

ACT III

Addendum.


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