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Madame Sherry is a musical play in three acts with libretto by C. E. Hands, lyrics by Adrian Ross and music by Hugo Felix which opened at the Apollo Theatre, London, on 23 December 1904.

Dramatis Personæ

BARBARA   (MacSherry's Niece) Miss Ruth Lincoln
MISTIGRETTE Miss Jeannie MacDonald
PEPITA
AIMÉE
CORALIE
MARIE
ANGÈLE
SUSANNE
ROSALIE
PAULINE
NATALIE
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Miss Norma Whalley
Miss Ethel Grace
Miss Dorrien Hodd
Miss Jessie Black
Miss Cecile White
Miss Marie Dupuis
Miss May Hackney
Miss Roberta Williams
Miss P. McNally
ERNESTINE   (a Housemaid) Miss Jessie Broughton
CATHERINE   (Andrew's Landlady) Miss Florence St. John
ANDREW SHERRY   (MacSherry's Nephew) Mr. W. Louis Bradfield
JOSEPH   (Catherine's Husband) Mr. Fred Emney
MacSHERRY Mr. George Graves
LEONARD Y. GOMEZ   (an Attaché) Mr. Bertram Binyon
A COMMISSIONER OF POLICE Mr. Charles Angelo
FRITZ   (Head Waiter) Mr. Henry Adnes
KOSSUTH   (Leader of Tzigane Orchestra) Mr. Bernard Dudley
EMIL LECARON
GUSTAVE FAUVELLE
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Mr. Leith Harvey
Mr. Henry Vincent

Musical Numbers

ACT I   -   Sherry's Rooms.

ACT II   -   A Room in a Restaurant.

ACT III   -   First Floor, Terminus Hotel.

Addenda   -   Extra numbers written and composed by Paul A. Rubens.


External Link
Vocal Score at IMSLP

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