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LILY OF LÉOVILLE Comic opera in 3 acts. The original book by Félix Rémo adapted by Alfred Murray. Music by Ivan Caryll. Produced at the Grand Theatre, Birmingham under the management of Violet Melnotte 3 May, 1886. Transferred to the Comedy Theatre to May, 1886 for a run of 41 performances closing 25 June, 1886. SYNOPSIS A guardian tries to marry his rich and pretty ward only to be tricked into marrying an elderly flame, suitably disguised for the occasion. CAST AND ORIGINAL PLAYERS Chevalier Georges de Lauvenay - George W. Travener//Henry Bracy Coriolon - C. Hayden Coffin Meridon, a steward - Charles E. Stevens Sergeant Rataplan - Walter Andrews//Fred Kaye Lourdad - Lionel Rignold Lascelles - Charles Ashford Rigaud, a notary - Ambrose Collini Jacques, a servant - H. C. Payne Gabrielle de Léoville - Agnes de la Porte Turlurette - Violet Melnotte Mme de la Seche - M. A. Victor Jacquette - Minnie Byron/Mary Webb M. Rigault - Maggie Rayson M. Laferme - Edith Fletcher/Louise Fletcher M. Pitou - Maudie Vernon M. Manet - Madge Bruce M. Champdos - Louise Deleau M. Foullard - Lillian Edeveian Mlle Fauvette - Ethel Selwyn Mlle La Gaillarde - Frances Stanhope Mlle Cuzon - Mary Webb Mlle Chausson - Louise Fletcher/Edith Fletcher Mlle Manifette - Carrie Solomon Mlle Cascadette - Kitty Graham