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AMORELLE (1810) was a comic opera in three acts by Baron White. Lyrics by Ernest Boyd-Jones. Music by Gaston Serpette. Produced at Kennington as Amorelle (1798) under the management of C. P. Levilly on 8th June 1903 for one week. Subsequently toured by C. P. Levilly from 21 December 1903 at Manchester, Hull, Sheffield, Dublin, Nottingham, Southampton, Liverpool, Oldham, Derby, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow, Middlesborough, Birmingham, Hanley, Bolton, Marlborough, Kennington and Alexandra terminating 4th June 1904.
Cast & Crew
|Unknown||W J O Sullivan|
|Boissey (2)||George Paulton|
|Dr Napoleon Bonaparte Crow||Willie Edouin|
|Francois (1)||Robert Michaelis|
|Francois (2)||John Morley|
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