Eugenie Maynard

Eugenie Maynard (1881, 1882)

Eugenie Maynard took what may have been her first part on the New York Stage in May 1880, as the Second Page in James Albery and Alfred Cellier's operetta The Spectre Knight at the Bijou Opera House.

She was a Charity Girl with R. D'Oyly Carte and E. E. Rice's First American Billee Taylor Company at the Standard Theatre, New York, February-May 1881. A year later she was in the D'Oyly Carte chorus for Stephens & Solomon's Claude Duval, and probably Patience, at the same theatre, March-April 1882.

Subsequent roles in New York Stage musical works included Pietro in Prince Methusalem (Cosmopolitan Theatre, June-July 1883), Lord Sandown in La Vie (Bijou Opera House, March-May 1884), a Page to Fra Bombarda in Amorita (Casino, November 1885-February 1886), Carnetta in Najdy (Casino, May-October 1888), and Coralie in Wang (Broadway, August-November 1892).

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