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Madame Sherry (1910) An Operetta in Three Acts

Music by Karl Hoschna; Lyrics by Otto Hauerbach (unless otherwise noted)
Script Edited by Tom Petiet

CMS12P-2C MADAME SHERRY with dialog................$20
CMS12P-1C MADAME SHERRY- music only................$15
Concert performance, with dialog or music only. Duo piano accomp.

ACT 1

Aesthetic Dancing............................................................................................. Lulu and Dancing Class
Theophilus .................................................................................................................. Edward and Lulu
Every Little Movement .............................................................................................. Lulu and Leonard
The Kiss You Gave........................................................................................................................Pepita
Uncle Says I Mustn't, So I Won't................................................................ Yvonne , Leonard and Lulu
The Birth of the Butterfly ......................................................... Yvonne Sherry and Fifth Avenue Girls
The Smile She Means for You................. Yvonne, Edward, Lulu, Leonard, Theophilus and Catherine
Finale, Act 1.........................................................................................................Yvonne and Ensemble

ACT 2

Athletic Prancing.............................................................................................. Sherry's Dancing Class
Won't Some One Take Me Home ......................................................................... Catherine and Girls
The Other Fellow................................................................................................. Yvonne and Phillippe
The Dublin Rag (music by Phil Schwartz; lyrics by Harold Atteridge) ................................Catherine
I'm All Right................................................................................................................................ Yvonne
Finale, Act 2 (Off for a Sail).................................................................................................... Ensemble

ACT 3

Opening Chorus..................................................................................... Dancing Class and Catherine
She Shook Him in Chicago............................................................................ Lulu and Dancing Class
The Birth of Passion ............................................................................................ Yvonne and Edward
I’ll Build a Little Nest........................................................................................... Yvonne and Edward
Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey (music by Harry Von Tilzer; lyrics by Junie McCree).. Catherine
We Are Only Poor Mortals........................................................................................ Uncle Theophilus
Finale Act 3............................................................................................................................. Ensemble

Cast

LULU, dance instructor at the Sherry Dance Studio......................................................Emily Bennett
CATHERINE, housekeeper at the Dance Studio, wife of Phillippe................................ Sarah Briggs
YVONNE SHERRY, niece of Theophilus Sherry, cousin of Edward........................ Natalie Emptage
PEPITA, hotblooded fiancée of Leonardo............................................................... Eva-Maressa Rice
EDWARD SHERRY, proprietor of the Sherry Dance Studio........................................ Thomas Petiet
LEONARDO GOMEZ, dance Student and lover of Lulu............................................Gyorgy Barabas
PHILLIPPE, janitor at the Dance Studio, jealous husband of Catherine................... Fred Estabrook
THEOPHILUS SHERRY, rich uncle of Edward and Yvonne........................... James Wessel Walker
MABEL, a dance student................................................................................................... Amy Bulmer
DARCY, a dance student.................................................................................................... Eileen Olech
CHORUS of dance students.................................. Jim Cavalcoli, Lindsey Hatherly, Frank Immekus,
Patricia Petiet, Bill Schwartz, Chris Schwartz
Narrator.......................................................................................................................... George Valenta

Music Director................................................................................................................. David Troiano
At the Two Pianos......................................................................... Jon Krueger and Andrew Anderson
Sound Design, Live Mix And Recording Engineer................................................................ TS Taylor

Recorderd live at Vitosha Haus Concert Hall, Ann Arbor, MI Oct. 21, 2012

Cast (The Magic Knight)

Elsa, a typical grand operatic maiden...................................................Kimberley Dolanski
Ostrud, her contralto aunt, who dabbles in magic.............................. Cheryl Kaski
Frederick, her hen-pecked uncle...........................................................Glenn Perry
The King, a base monarch.....................................................................Seth Gilman
Lohengrin, a professional rescuer of distressed maidens.....................David Troiano
1st Knight................................................................................................Todd Decker
Godfrey....................................................................................................Greg Wakefield
Narrator..................................................................................................George Valenta

The Ensemble
Marla Bentley, Lynn Bishop, Elizabeth Cedroni, Kim Dolanski, Lucy Head, Cheryl Kaski, Kirsten Kunkle, Holly Perry, Annie Phillips, Anna Rumsey, Claudia Wier, Todd Decker, Mitch Gillett, Seth Gilman, Scott Lindroth, Glenn Perry, Tom Petiet, David Troiano, Greg Wakefield

Adam Aceto and Patrick Johnson at the two pianos
Script restoration and new narration by Tom Petiet