Program of Entertainment given by the Estero Dramatic Circle, May 10, 1919

Program of Entertainment given by the Estero Dramatic Circle, May 10, 1919

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ENTERTAINMENT

GIVEN BY

ESTERO DRAMATIC CIRCLE

Koreshan Unity Art Hall, Estero, Florida

Saturday Evening, May 10, 1919

Program

1. PIANO SOLO, Galop, "The Chase," ........... Kolling.

Prof. Frank Schoedler.

2. PLAY: An adaptation of Lord Dunsany's

"KING ARGIMENES AND THE UNKNOWN WARRIOR,"

in two acts. Directed by Miss Bertha M. Boomer and Mrs. Edith Trebell.

ACT I: Dinner hour on the slave-fields of King Darniak.

3. PIANO SOLOS, Selected, .......... Prof. Frank Schoedler.

4. VOCAL SOLO, "The Soldier's Song,"................... Maschoroni.

David J. Richards.

5. ACT II: The Throne Hall of King Darniak.

CASTE OF CHARACTERS:

King Argimenes (Lou H. Staton. ),

Slaves of King Darniak {

Zarb, slave born of slaves (Alfred Christensen.),

An Old Slave (Chas. Hunt.),

A Young Slave (Frank Rahn),

Another Slave (Jesse Putnam), }

King Darniak, (Allen H. Andrews).

The King's Overseer (Harold Moreland).

A Prophet (Henry Moreland).

The Idol Guard (Lawrence Bubbett).

Chiquito, the King's Jester (Helen Doris Boomer).

Queens of king Darniak {

Queen atharlia (Cora Stevens).

Queen Oxara (Ida Fischer).

Queen Cahafra (Edna Schwindel)

Queen Thragolind (Florence Graham).

}

Court Singer (Marie Fischer).

Musician (Floyd Moreland).

Attendant (Eugenge Davis).

Pages (Raymond Trebell and Auriel Boszormeny).

Servant of the King's Dog (Zolton Bozsormeny).

Grecian Dancing Maidens (Mildred Fischer, Celeste Rugg, and Virginia Rugg).

Dancing Flower Girls, Lois Geiger, Helen Boszormeny, Julia Davis, and Alafae Stevens).

Scenic Artist (Peter Blem).

Stage Carpenter (Lou H. Staton)

Costumes (Mrs. P.W. Campbell, Mrs. Edith Trebell, Mrs. Emily Boszormeny, and Miss Bertha M. Boomer).

Electrical Effects (Alfred Christensen).