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The Sho-Gun is a comic opera in two acts with book and lyrics by George Ade and music by Gustav Luders. It was produced by George F. Marion at Wallack's Theatre, New York, on 10 October 1904.

Dramatis Personæ

SPANGLE Chris Bruno
HANKI-PANK Etienne Girardot
KEE-OTORI David Torrence
FLAI-HAI (The Sho-Gun) Edward Martindale
TEE-TO Clyde McKinley
ENSIGN N. E. Daignault
OMEE-OMI Trixie Friganza
HUNNI-BUN Anna Wilson
MOOZOO-MAY Adeline Sharp
HI-FALOOT Florence Morrison

Musical Numbers

ACT I   -   In front of the ancestral temple, outside of the city walls
and near the Gate of Victory, of the Forbidden City of Kachoo.

ACT II   -   The Wistaria Garden of the Forbidden City.

External Link
Vocal Score at the Internet Archive

American Musical Theatre

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