Concert program for a performance by San Carlo Opera Company as presented by Fortune Gallo and under the direction of Hamrick-Evergreen Theatres. Six operas conducted by Carlo Peroni were performed in five days. The operas performed were: Carmen by George Bizet, Il Trovatore and Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi, Madame Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini, Samson and Delilah by Camille Saint-Saens and La Boheme by Giacomo Puccini. The San Carlo Opera Ballet in Viennese Life followed Rigoletto for a double billing Friday evening.
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PARAMOUNT THEATRE PORTLAND 5 DAYS ONLY Mar.17-21 MATINEE SATURDAY FORTUNE GALLO Presents- San Carlo Opera Company Direction Hamrick-Evergreen Theatres Wednesday Evening, March 17, at 8:15 CARMEN Opera in Four Acts by George Bizet (In French) CAST Carmen, cigarette girl—a gypsy COE GLADE Don Jose, a brigadier DIMITRI ONOFREI Escamillo, a toreador MOSTYN THOMAS Micaela, faithful sweetheart of Don Jose LEOLA TURNER Remendado, smuggler FRANCESCO CURCI Dancairo, smuggler NATALE CERVI Zuniga, a captain HAROLD KRAVITT Morales, an officer FRANCESCO CURCI Frasquita, gypsy friend of Carmen ALICE HOMER Mercedes, gypsy friend of Carmen CHARLOTTE BRUNO Soldiers' Chorus—Smugglers Quintet in Las Pastia Inn Dances by the SAN CARLO OPERA BALLET Mlle. Lydia Arlova, Premiere Danseuse Lucien Prideaux. Premiere Danseur Conductor, Carlo Peroni Stage Director, Luigi Raybaut Thursday Evening, March 18, at 8:15 IL TROVATORE Opera in Four Acts by Giuseppe Verdi (In Italian) CAST Leonora, lady in waiting to a princess of Aragon BIANCA SAROYA Azunena, Biscayan gypsy woman GRACE ANGELAU Inez, confident of Leonora FLORENCE HOMER Manrico, chieftan under Prince of Biscay AROLDO LINDI Count di Luna, young noble of Aragon MARIO VALLE Fernando, Di Luna's service FRANCESCO CURCI AT Gipsy FAUSTO BOZZA Soldiers, Citizens, etc. Carlo Peroni, Conductor—Stage Director, Luigi Raybaut Incidental Dances by San Carlo Ballet: Lydia Arlova, Premiere Danseuse; Lucien Prideaux, Premier Danseur. Friday Evening, March 19, at 8:15 "Double Bill" RIGOLETTO Opera in Four Acts by Giuseppe Verdi (In Italian) CAST (The Opera will be followed by Ballet Divertisement in one act—"VIENNESE LIFE" Gilda, Rigoletto's daughter LUCILLE MEUSEL Duke of Mantua, powerful noble DIMITRI ONOFREI Rigoletto, jester to the Duke MOSTYN THOMAS Sparafucile, hired assassin HAROLD KRAVITT Maddalena, his sister CHARLOTTE BRUNO Monterone NATALE CERVI Conte Di Ceprano EGIDIO MORELATO Contessa Di Ceprano FLORENCE HOMER Bursa FRANCESCO CURCI A Page FLORENCE HOMER Maruilo FAUSTO BOZZA Giavanna PHILINE FALCO Chorus of Knights, Ladies and Pages of the Court Conductor, Carlo Peroni—Stage Director, Luigi Raybaut Incidental Dance by the San Carlo Opera Ballet FOLLOWED BY The San Carlo Opera Ballet in VIENNESE LIFE In One Act CHARACTERS Two Old Spinster Aunts MLLES. BEAR AND AMMON Maiden, ward of the aunts MME. LYDIA ARLOVA Painter LUCIEN PRIDEAUX Poet M. SAUNDERS His Sweetheart MLLE. URBAN Musician M. SPURLING His Sweetheart MLLE. WEDER Bohemian Friends: Mlles. Sernatinger, Kruse, Sweany, Becker, Zintak, Schrager, Perlowski, Jackobson. Ms. Bublitz and Armstrong. Setting:' A beer garden, a rendezvous of Bohemian life in Vienna during the Crinoline period; Costume designs by Lucien Prideaux and created by Sarah B. Mitchell. Choreagraphy by Mile. Arlova and M. Prideaux based on melodies by Johann Strauss. Saturday Matinee, March 20, at 2:30 MADAME BUTTERFLY Opera in Three Acts by Giacomo Puccini (In Italian) (Founded on the book by John L. Long and drama by David Belasco) CAST Madame Butterfly (Cho Cho San) HIZI KOYKE Suzuki, her servant GRACE ANGELAU B. F. Pinkerton, U. S. N. ROLF GERARD Kate Pinkerton, his American wife CHARLOTTE BRUNO Sharpless, U. S. Consul MARIO VALLE Goro, marriage broker FRANCESCO CURCI Yamadori, suitor for Cho Cho San NATALE CERVI The Bonzo NATALE CERVI The Commissary FAUSTO BOZZA Cho Cho San's Relatives and Friends, Servants, etc. Conductor, Carlo Peroni—Stage Director, Luigi Raybaut Place—Nagasaki, Japan. Time—The Present. Saturday Evening, March 20, at 8:15 SAMSON AND DELILAH Open in Three Acts by Camille Saint-Saens (In French) CAST Dalila Philistine Maiden Coe Glade (guest) Samson, leader of the Hebrews AROLDO LINDI The High Priest of Dagon Mostyn Thomas Abimelech, Satrap of Gaza, Philistine-officer STEFAN KOZAKEVICH An. Old Hebrew HAROLD KRAVITT Philistine Messenger FRANCESCO CURCI First Philistine GILDO MORELATO Second Philistine FAUSTO BOZZA Chorus of. Hebrews and Philistines Dances by the SAN CARLO OPERA BALLET Mlle. Lydia Arlova PREMIERE DANSEUSE Lucien Prideaux PREMIER DANSEUR Conductor, Carlo Peroni—Stage Director, Luigi Raybaut Sunday Evening, March 21, at 8:15 LA BOHEME Opera in Four Acts by Giacomo Puccini (In Italian) CAST Mimi, a maker of embroidery BIANCA SAROYA Rodotfo, a poet DIMITRI ONOFREI Musetta, a grisette LEOLA TURNER Marcello, a painter MARIO VALLE Collioe, a philosopher HAROLD KRAVITT Shaunard, a musician STEFAN KOZAKEVICH Benoit, a landlord NATALE CERVI Alcindoro, a state councillor and follower of Musetta NATALE CERVI Conductor, Carlo Peroni—Stage Director, Luigi Raybaut Grand Opera for Everyone POPULAR Prices Including Tax — MAIL ORDERS NOW — Box Office Sale, Monday, March 1st J.K. Gill Bookstore Fifth at Stark J. K. Gill Bookstore Fifth at Stark
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