October 24, 1910
Naughty Marietta
Composer:Victor Herbert
Librettist:Rida J. Young
Synopsis
Naughty Marietta is set in New Orleands in 1780 and tells the story of Captain Richard Warrington, commissioned to unmask the infamous French pirate Bras Prique. Along the way he receives both assistance and delays from the lively runaway, Contessa Marietta.

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Number of Acts
2

Original Cast
Orville Harrold (Captain Richard Warrington)
William Frederic (Lieutenant Governor Grandet)
Edward Martindel (Etienne Grandet, Son of Lieut. Governor)
Raymond Bloomer (Sir Harry Blake, An Irish Adventurer)
Harry Cooper (Simon O'hara, Capt. Dick's Servant)
James S. Murray (Rudolfo, Keeper of Marionette Theatre)
Howard Morgan (Florenze, Sec'y to Lieut. Governor)
Kate Elinore (Lizette, A Casket Girl)
Maria Hellene (Adah, A Quadroon)
Viola Ellis (The Voodoo Queen)
Louise Aichel (Nanette)
Blanche Lipton (Felice)
Vera De Rosa (Fanchon)
Sylvia Loti (Graziella)
Bessie Rlcardo (Franchesca)
Eugene Roder (Night Watchman)
W. Mack (1st Pirate)
F. Bonner (2nd Pirate)
H. Reynolds (Indian)
Bert Leslie (East Indian)
Emma Trentini (Marietta D'Altena)


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