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British Musical Theatre   Polly, the Pet of the Regiment

Polly, or The Pet of the Regiment is a comic opera in two acts with libretto by James Mortimer and music by Edward Solomon which opened at the Novelty Theatre, London, on 4 October, 1884 and later transferred to the Empire Theatre. It ran for a total of 69 performances.

Dramatis Personæ

MAJOR-GEN. BANGS., C. B. Commanding the 47th Division
COL. PERCIVAL TUSSEL Commanding the 200th Hussars
MAJOR DRUMHEAD
CAPTAIN JINKS
LIEUT. BRAZENOSE
LIEUT. DAFFODIL
SERGT.-MAJOR REDOUBT
SERGEANT PIPECLAY
CORPORAL BAGNETT
PRIVATE MANGLE
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Of the 200th Hussars
LADY McASSER The General's Sister
SARAH
SUSAN
ANN
JANE
PHOEBE
MARTHA
ELIZA
BABY
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The General's Daughters
POLLY PLUCKROSE The Pet of the Regiment

Musical Numbers

ACT I   -   The Horse Guards, Whitehall.

ACT II - Scene 1   -   The General's Tent.


External Link
Vocal Score at UR Research

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