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: THE BOHEMIAN GIRL

BALFE
Presented by the STOKE STATION OPERA COMPANY
Directed by FRANK EDGE
ORCHESTRA conducted by HAROLD MORRIS
At the Piano, W. T. BONNER
At the Organ : G. BASKEYFIELD
Chorusmaster: E. RATHBONE
ACT I
The Chateau and Grounds of Count Arnheim
ACT II
Scene 1. Street in Presburg, by moonlight-
Tent of the Queen of the Gipsies.
Scene 2. Anotherstreet in Presburg. Daylight
THE BOHEMIAN GIRL is an old favourite— a romantic Opera, in which Court life and gipsy life are contrasted. The libretto is published by the B.B.C.

Contributors

Directed By: Frank Edge
Conducted By: Harold Morris
Piano: W. T. Bonner
Unknown: G. Baskeyfield
Unknown: E. Rathbone
Count Arnheim (Governor of Presburg): Cecil Cooper
Thaddeus (a Proscribed Pole): Frank Edge
Florestein (Nephew of the Count): Bernard Adams
Devilshoof (Chief of the Gipsies): James Frost
Captain of the Guard: James Frost
Officer: Bernard Adams
Arline (Daughter of the Count): Mabel Wilshaw
Buda (the Attendant): Mabel Wilshaw
Queen of the Gipsies: Ethel Davies

: ' THE BOHEMIAX GIRL'

ACT II (continued)
Scene 3. A Grand Fair in the Public Place of Presburg
Scene 4. Interior of Count Arnheim's apartments in the Hall of Justice
ACT III
Scene 1. A splendid Saloon in the Castle of Count Arnheim








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