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Rose-Marie is an operetta-style musical with music by Rudolf Friml [1] and Herbert Stothart [2], and book and lyrics by Otto Harbach [3] and Oscar Hammerstein II [4]. It was first performed in 1925, on Broadway, New York.

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Performance history in South Africa

1969: Staged in Cape Town by Carousel Productions, directed and choreographed by Jennifer Craig, with a large cast including Marieta Bosman (Rose-Marie), Philip de Vos (Jim Kenyon), Jill Kidwell (Lady Jane), Hugh Rowling (Herman), Susan Blake (Wanda), John Gort (Sgt Malone), Peter van der Merwe (Emile), Reg Turner (Edward) and others.


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Carousel Productions theatre programme, 1969.

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