The Count of Luxembourg

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Stage Plays ESAT Template The Count of Luxembourg is a musical comedy by Franz Lehar.


1 The original text

2 Translations and adaptations

3 Performance history in South Africa

1949: Produced by Doreen Egan and presented by the Port Elizabeth Musical and Dramatic Society Pemads at The Port Elizabeth Opera House commencing on June 20, 1949, with a full company and orchestra.

Starring Jeane Cooper as Juliette, Wilfred Lissack as a singer and the Grand Duke, Reginald Barsley as the Count of Luxembourg, Harold Davidson as Brissard with singing by Bessie Collett

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Daily Advertiser, June 20, 1949.

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