The Serenade
Composer: Victor Herbert
Librettist: Victor Herbert
Original Cast: Henry Clay Barnabee (The Duke of Santa Cruz)
Josephine Bartlett (Mother Superior)
Harry Brown (Colombo)
Louise Cleary (Mercedes)
Eugene Cowles (Romero)
Harry Dale (Fra Anselmo)
Jessie Bartlett Davis (Dolores)
George B. Frothingham (Gomez)
Leonora Guito (Isabella)
Charles Hawley (El Gato)
Bertha Lovejoy (Manuelo)
William H. MacDonald (Carlos Alvarado)
James E. Miller (The Abbot)
Alice Nielsen (Yvonne)
William E. Philip (Lopez)
Marcia Van Dresser (Juana)
Adam Warmouth (Fra Timoteo)
Premiere Date: Not available.
Producing Company: The Bostonians
Description: The Serenade is a romantic comedy with a complex plot. Delores is the ward of the Duke of Santa Cruz who plans to marry her. To his dismay, she falls for the leading baritone of the Madrid Opera when he sings a serenade to her. When the Duke attempts to hide her away from the baritone, he accidentally allows her to be stolen by the suitor.
Character List (Major): The Duke of Santa Cruz
Colombo (t)
Romero
Dolorez
Gomez
Carlos Alvarado (b)
Character List (Minor): Mother Superior
Mercedes
Fra Enselmo
Isabella
El Gato
Manuelo
The Abbot
Yvonne (s)
Lopez (t)
Juana
Fra Timoteo
Length: Length is not available.
Total Acts: Not Available
Contact: G. Schirmer Inc.
E-mail Address: schirmer@schirmer.com
Phone: 212-254-2100
Publisher Web Site: http://www.schirmer.com/
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