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Stark American Opera Company of Carnegie Hall, Glenn Morris Stark, Artist Director Managing Director, A. W. Miesto, 140 West 42nd Street, New York City The Bohemian Girl By Michael W. Balfe Opera in Three Acts CAST Count Arnheim, Governor of Presburg Arthur Saucier Thaddeus, a proscribed Pole Bert Adams Arline, at four Lucille Berman Arline, grown Mae Bell Gypsy Queen Velda Austin Devilshoof B. Oilco Buda, Arline's Nurse M. Luvico Florestein Gustav Nelson Music Director: Maurice Bernhardt (of the Metropolitan Opera Co.) Chorus of 20 Artists Arthur Saucier, Baritone, of Opera Comique de Paris Bert Adams, Tenor, Formerly with Savage Opera Co. Gustav Nelson, Tenor, Formerly with Boston Opera Co. Mae Bell, Soprano, Well known Opera and Concert Singer Velda Austin, Mezzo Soprano, Well known Opera and Concert Singer M. Luvico, Mezza-Soprano, Formerly with San Carlo Opera Co. B. Oilco, Tenor, Formerly with Royal Opera, St. Petersburg PRESS NOTICES One of the finest…Beautifully costumed…splendidly directed.— Evening Mail, New York Enthusiasm was infectious…frequent bursts of applause from audience…Mae Bell…performed to the delight of all…kept matters moving at a lively rate…— The Brooklyn Daily Times. Famous Irish opera splendidly performed…operatic company provided more than one star…excellent performance…— Brooklyn Citizen. Most successful of the season…operatic masterpiece beautifully sung and acted…excellent cast.— Irish World. OVER Scene from The Bohemian Girl I wish to thank you for the performance of The Bohemian Girl of February 22nd at Stapleton, Staten Island, which was a success in every way, and especially so financially. We hope to have you with us next year.—Emma Hagedorn, President. I want to thank you for the very excellent manner in which you conducted the production of The Bohemian Girl on February 12th. The whole affair was such a marvelous success, financially and otherwise that it demonstrates…people are always willing to patronize and appreciate…music when given as it was by your company on that occasion.—Josph Grady, President, Terrence MacSwiney Council. We want you to know that we appreciate the splendid co-operation you have given us and your beautiful production of The Bohemian Girl for our Council. It was a wonderful success, and every congratulation is due yourself and company for the great way you 'put it over.'—Dalton, Harry Boland Council. Originals to be seen at the office. For further particulars, connect at once with A. W. Miesto, Managing Director, 140 West 42nd St., Suite 93, New York City. Phone, Bryant 5558.
|Title||"The Bohemian Girl": by Michael W. Balfe|
|Topical Subject (LCTGM)||Operas & operettas|
|Topical Subject (LCSH)||
|Personal Name Subject||
Balfe, Michael W.
Stark, Glen Morris
|Corporate Name Subject||Stark American Opera Company|
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