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The Girl in the Train is a musical play with lyrics by Adrian Ross and music by Leo Fall which was produced by George Edwardes at the Vaudeville Theatre, London, on 4 June 1910. It is an English version of Die geschiedene Frau (The Divorcée), an operetta in three acts by Leo Fall with a libretto by Victor Léon (which in turn was based on Victorien Sardou's Divorçons!) which opened at the Carltheater in Vienna on 23 December 1908.

Dramatis Personæ

KAREL VAN RAALTE Mr. Robert Evett
LUCAS VAN TROMP Mr. Rutland Barrington
CORNELIUS SCROP Mr. Fred Emney
WILLEM KRONWEVLIET Mr. Percey Davison
COUNCILLOR VAN LIEJE Mr. Alec Frazer
COUNCILLOR VAN DENDER Mr. Paul Plunkett
HERR VAN NECK Mr. George Elliston
PRESIDENT VAN EYCK Mr. Huntley Wright
JANA VAN RAALTE Miss Clara Evelyn
MARTJE KRONWEVLIET Miss Kate Welch
ADELINE Miss Madeline Seymour
GONDA VAN DER LOO Miss Phyllis Dare

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   Court of Justice, Amsterdam.

ACT II   -   Drawing Room, Karel Van Raalte's House.

Additional item 11a was written by Rutland Barrington and composed by Theo. Wendt.


External Links
The Girl in the Train Vocal Score at UR Research
Die geschiedene Frau Vocal Score at UR Research
Die geschiedene Frau at Wikipedia
The Girl in the Train at The Guide to Musical Theatre

British Musical Theatre

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