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A Romantic Light Opera in Two Acts
Book by F.R. Bell
Lyrics by Harold Ellis
Music by W.H. Bullock

Act I. Before the Terrace at Lovel Court, nr. York. A May afternoon, 1720.

Act II. Outside the "Lovel Arms."
Scene 1 - The same evening.
Scene 2 - Early next morning.

(For particulars see centre column.)

Contributors

Book:
F.R. Bell
Lyrics:
Harold Ellis
Music:
W.H. Bullock
Stage Manager:
Frederick Lloyd
Produced and Conducted by:
L. Stanton Jefferies
Sir Harry Lovel, of Lovel Court:
Edward Leer
Sir Jeffrey Digby, Bart., his Uncle:
Joseph Farrington
Major-General Mannering, Governor of York:
Rex Burchell
Solomon Smug, Head Watchman:
Kenneth Ellis
Sergeant Mustard, of the Grenadier Guards:
Stuart Robertson
Obadiah Blunt, a Notary/Doctor Flute, Organist at York Minster:
Frederick Lloyd
Old John Braddlum, Host of the "Lovel Arms"/Diggory, Steward at Lovel Court:
Denis Noble
Gaffer Jarge, the Oldest Inhabitant:
Geoffrey Stanton
Denis O'Neill, a Highwayman:
Reginald Herbert
Lady Lovel, Sir Harry's Mother:
Gladys Palmer
Bess Mannering, the Governor's Daughter/Prue, a Serving Maid:
Vivienne Chatterton
Sophy, Bess's maid and Solomon's Daughter:
Gladys Newth
An Old Apple-Woman/Isabel, a Gipsy Girl:
Dorothy Clarke
Rustics (Minxes and Bumpkins) and Grenadier Guards:
[artists uncredited]

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