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' Monsieur Beaucaire '

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A Broadcasting Version founded on the Story by BOOTH TARKINGTON and the Light Opera Libretto by FREDERICK LONSDALE
Lyrics by ADRIAN Ross
Music by ANDRÉ MESSAGER
Characters in the order of their appearance:
Francois, his servant
Philip Molyneux , his friend
The Duke of Winterset, his enemy Lucy, a young lady of fashion
Captain Badger, a bully
Mr. Bantison, a wealthy bachelor Beau Nash , king of Bath
The Cast will include :
MARK RAPHAEL; CLAUDE MACCONNELL ; BORIS RANEVSKY ; JAN VAN DER GUCHT; STUART ROBERTSON ; MARJERY WYN; WILFRED ESSEX; BERNARD ANSELL ; SCOTT RUSSELL ; MARGARET LAUDER
THE WIRELESS CHORUS and THE B.B.C. THEATRE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
Synopsis of Scenes :
The Prologue. Monsieur Beaucaire's
Lodgings in Bath (Evening).
Act 1. Lady Rellerton's Ballroom (same evening).
Act II. At Mr. Bantison's Park (Three weeks later).
Act III. Assembly Room at Bath (One month later).
Time, A.D. 1734
Adaptation and Production by GORDON
MCCONNEL
(National Programme)

Contributors

Story By: Booth Tarkington
Unknown: Frederick Lonsdale
Unknown: Adrian Ross
Music By: André Messager
Unknown: Philip Molyneux
Unknown: Beau Nash
Unknown: Claude MacConnell
Unknown: Boris Ranevsky
Unknown: Stuart Robertson
Unknown: Bernard Ansell
Unknown: Scott Russell
Conducted By: Stanford Robinson

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' Monsieur Beaucaire '

2BE Belfast, 4 October 1934 20.00






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