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The School Girl is a musical play, in two acts, composed by Leslie Stuart (with additional songs by Paul Rubens) with a book by Henry Hamilton and Paul M. Potter, and lyrics by Charles H. Taylor and others.It was first produced on 9 May 1903 by George Edwardes and Charles Frohman at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London where it ran for 333 performances.

Dramatis Personæ

LILLIAN LEIGH Miss Edna May
MOTHER SUPERIOR Miss Violet Cameron
MARIANNE   (a French Bonne) Miss Marianne Caldwell
NORMA ROCHESTER
MAMIE RECKFELLER
YOLANDE
VIOLETTE
MIMI
FIFINE
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Miss Norma Whalley
Miss Billie Burke
Miss Pauline Chase
Miss Maude Percival
Miss Ethel Negretti
Miss Mamie Stuart
SAAEFRADA   (a Model) Miss Clarita Vidal
KATE MEDHURST Miss Mildred Baker
JESSIE CAMPBELL
EVELYN SOMERS
MABEL KINGSTON
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Miss Mary Fraser
Miss Evelyn Bond
Miss Alice Coleman
MISS YOST   (the Typewriter) Miss Lulu Valli
MRS. MARCHMONT Miss Barbara Huntley
CICELY MARCHMONT   (her Daughter) Miss Marie Studholme
SIR ORMESBY ST. LEGER Mr. G. P. Huntley
GENERAL MARCHMONT Mr. George Graves
PETER OVEREND   (of the Open Stock Exchange) Mr. J. A. Warden
CORNER   (his Clerk) Mr. Gilbert Porteus
JACQUES DE CREVERT   (Clerk) Mr. Frank Walsh
TUBBY BEDFORD Mr. James Blakeley
GEORGE SYLVESTER
ADOLPHE DELAPOIS
JACK MERRION
EDGAR VERNEY
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Mr. Charles Hampden
Mr. Murri Moncrieff
Mr. Talleur Andrews
Mr. J. Edward Fraser

Musical Numbers

ACT I   -   Scene 1   -   The Convent Lawn.

ACT I   -   Scene 2   -   The Open Stock Exchange.

ACT II   -   Edgar Verney's Studio.


External Links
Vocal Score at the UR Research
The School Girl at Wikipedia

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