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MR. OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN

PRESENTS

NAUGHTY MARIETTA

A Comic Opera

With Mlle. EMMA TRENTINI



Book and Lyrics by

RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG

Music by

VICTOR HERBERT



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A Comic Opera in Two Acts



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CAST OF CHARACTERS.

s CAPTAIN RICHARD WARRINGTON Orville Harrold

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR GRANDET William Frederic

ETIENNE GRANDET — Son of Lieut. Governor Edward Martindel

SIR HARRY BLAKE— An Irish Adventurer Raymond Bloomer

SIMON O'HARA- Capt. Dick's servant Harry Cooper

RUDOLFO — Keeper of Marionette Theatre James S. Murray

FLORENZE - Sec'y to Lieut. Governor Howard Morgan

LIZETTE — A Casket Girl Kate Elinore

ADAH - A Quadroon Maria Hellene

THE VOODOO QUEEN Viola Ellis

NANETTE Louise Aichel

FELICE Blanche Lipton

FANCHON Vera De Rosa

GRAZIELLA S y lvia Loti

FRANCHESCA Bessie Rlcardo

NIGHT WATCHMAN Eugene Roder

ist PIRATE W9 * Mack

25-i PIRATE F - Bonner

indian H - R e y nolds

EAST INDIAN Bert Leslie

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MARIETTA Mlle Emma Trentini

Adventurers, Pirates, Flower Girls, Casket Girls, Soldiers,
Servants, Creoles, Quadroons, Mexicans, Spaniards, San Domingo Women, etc.

SYNOPSIS.
ACT I.
The Place DArmes— In New Orleans, about the year 1780.

ACT II.
Scene I —The Marionette Theatre.
Scene n — The Ball-room of the Jeunesse Dore'e Club.

Musical Director Gaetano Merola

Stag-e Director Jacques Coini



Naughty Marietta.



Contents.

ACT I.

Page

OVERTURE 7

1. OPENING CHORUS * 6

2. TRAMP, TRAMP, TRAMP Captain Dick and Followers 37

3. TAISEZ VOL'S Casket Girls and Men 43

4. NAUGHTY MARIETTA Marietta 49

5. IT NEVER, NEVER CAN BE LOVE Marietta and Captain Dick 53

6. IF I WERE ANYBODY ELSE BUT ME Lizette and Simon 61

7. 'NEATH THE SOUTHERN MOON Adah 67

8. ITALIAN STREET SONG Marietta and Chorus 71

9. FINALE 83

ACT II.

10. OPENING CHORUS in

11. DANCE OF THE MARIONETTES Marietta and Rudolfoll2

12. YOU MARRY A MARIONETTE Etiennell6

13. DANCE Marietta 120

14. THE DREAM MELODY 121

15. NEW ORLEANS JEUNESSE DOREE Chorus of Men 127

16. LOVES OF NEW ORLEANS Ensemblel34

17. THE SWEET BY AND BY. Lizette 149

18. PRELUDE 152

19. LIVE FOR TO-DAY Marietta, Adah, Captain Dick and Etiennel53

. 20. I'M FALLING IN LOVE WITH SOME ONE Captain Dick 175

21. IT'S PRETTY SOFT FOR SIMON Simon 179

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