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Monte Carlo is an Edwardian musical comedy in two acts with a book by Sidney Carlton, music by Howard Talbot and lyrics by Harry Greenbank. The work was opened at the Avenue Theatre, London, on 27 August 1896.

Dramatis Personæ

SIR BENJAMIN CURRIE, Q.C., M.P.   (The Attorney General) Mr. Charles Rock
GENERAL FREDERICK BOOMERANG, V.C. Mr. Eric Lewis
FRED DORIAN   (a Lieutenant on the Southshire Regiment) Mr. Richard Green
JAMES   (a Waiter) Mr. E. W. Garden
HARRY VERINDER   (a Briefless Barrister) Mr. A. Vane Tempest
PROFESSOR LORRIMER Mr. Robb Harwood
BELMONT
STANDRING
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(Visitors at Monte Carlo) {
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Mr. Guy Fane
Mr. C. Wilford
CAPTAIN ROSSITER   (of the Steam Yacht "Silver Swan") Mr. W. H. Kemble
A CROUPIER Mr. Roland Carse
FRANÇOIS   (Sir Benjamin's Valet) Mr. Edward Espinosa
MRS. CARTHEW Miss Aïda Jenoure
DOROTHY   (Mrs. Carthew's Daughter) Miss Kate Cutler
ETHEL   (General Boomerang's Daughter) Miss Hettis Lund
GERTIE GELATINE
BERTIE GELATINE
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(the Sisters Gelatine) {
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Miss May Belfry
Miss Venie Belfry
LITTLE JEMIMA   (of the East End Music Halls) Miss Lalor Shiel
A MIDSHIPMAN Miss Kitty Abrahams
SUSANNE   (a Chambermaid at the Hôtel de Paris) Miss Emmie Owen

Musical Numbers

ACT I   -   "Monte Carlo."

ACT II   -   "Off Malta" - Deck of the Steam Yacht "Silver Swan."


Sketches of the original production.

External Links
Monte Carlo at Wikipedia

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