Nancy Langtyre as Prince Floravia in Cinderella

Nancy Langtyre (1898, 1899)

[Born Langley, Warwickshire 1877, died 1953]

Nancy Langtyre appeared with D'Oyly Carte Opera Company "E" on tour with a repertoire of four operas in 1898. Her named parts were Kate in The Yeomen of the Guard (January-December) and Amelia in The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein (June-December). The following year she toured for a time with Carte's Company "E," appearing between June and August 1899 as Pitti-Sing in The Mikado and Elsie Maynard in The Yeomen of the Guard.

Her only known appearances on the London Stage was as an extra in a single matinee performance of Harlequinade at Drury Lane in May 1900 and in the "Chorus of Bridesmaids" for The Toreador (Gaiety, 1902). She also appeared in several provincial productions, including the pantomime Cinderella.

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