The French Maid was a musical comedy by Basil Hood and Walter Slaughter, originally produced at the Theatre Royal, Bath, under the management of Milton Bode on the 4th. April, 1896. It subsequently opened in London at the Metropole Theatre, London on 6 May 1896 and transferred to Terry's Theatre under the management of W. H. Griffiths on 24 April, 1897.
| ADMIRAL SIR HERCULES HAWSER
|| Mr. H. O. Clarey
| GENERAL SIR DRUMMOND FIFE
|| Mr. Windham Guise
| LIEUTENANT HARRY FIFE
|| Mr. Richard Green
| PAUL LECUIRE
|| Mr. Herbert Standing
| MONSIEUR CAMEMBERT
|| Mr. Eric Lewis
| MAHARAJAH OF PUNKAPORE
|| Mr. Percy Percival
| CHARLES BROWN
|| Mr. Murray King
| JACK BROWN
|| Mr. Joseph Wilson
|| Mr. J. W. MacDonald
| DOROTHY TRAVERS
|| Miss Louie Pounds
| LADY HAWSER
|| Miss Kate Talby
| VIOLET TRAVERS
|| Miss Hilda Jeffries
| MADAME CAMEMBERT
|| Miss Lillie Pounds
|| Miss Kate Cutler
ACT I - The Hôtel Anglais, Boulogne-sur-Mer.
- No. 1 - Opening Chorus - "Les femmes de chambre de cet Hôtel (Hôtel Anglais, Boulogne-sur-Mer)..."
- No. 2 - Song - Paul - "O pretty Suzette! Delightful Suzette, you're a bright little, slight little, sweet soubrette..."
- No. 3 - Entrance of Sir Drummond & Maharajah - "I'm General Sir Drummond Fife, V.C., K.C.B.,..."
- No. 4 - Duet - Sir Drummond & Prince, with Chorus - "In eighteen hundred and ninety-four the Maharajah of Punkapore..."
- No. 5 - Song - Charles - "I'm only a waiter today, but the thought is most exhilarating..." (three verses)
- No. 6 - Song - Suzette - "The sort of girl I am the gentlemen adore, although I am a Femme de Chambre..." (three verses)
- No. 7 - Song - Dolly - "With my pencil and paper (my sketch-block or book) I frequently caper to some quiet nook..."
- No. 8 - Duet - Dolly and Harry - "'Tis a law in Society's code that, whatever a damsel may do..."
- No. 8a - Song - Dolly - "There is a castle in the air, and Cupid holds the key..."
- No. 10 - Song - Jack and Chorus - "When quite a little chap, a-sitting on my mother's lap..." (three verses)
- No. 11 - Song - The Twin Duet - Charles and Jack - "Some twins are very much alike, but we are not a bit..." (four verses)
- No. 12 - Song - Jack and Chorus of Sailors - "The Admiral! Sir Hercules! Let every gal get off your knees..."
- No. 13 - Song - Admiral and Chorus - "I'm an Admiral of the Fleet, with character untarnish'd..."
- No. 14 - Finale Act I - "She's going with the Admiral, the Admiral, the Admiral..."
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