Performed: 15-25 February 1996; "Kismet," a musical, contains red haired slave girls, greedy merchants, beggars, and debauched public officials. Hajj the beggar escapes a bandit, drowns the Wazir of Police, catches the eye of Wazir's wife, serves as Emir of Baghdad, and witnesses his daughter marry Caliph. The play was directed by Wayne Claeren, costumes by Freddy Clements, scenic design by Carlton Ward, orchestra conducted by Carl Anderson, vocal direction by Jane Holloway. This item is contained within the Theatre & Film Production Archive.
This performance was held in the Ernest Stone Performing Arts Center Theatre.
- Pat Barker -- Hajj
- Lynnelle Terry -- Marsinah
- Jeff Kirbow -- Caliph
- Neil Jones -- Wazir of Police
- Betty Jeanne Day -- Lalume
- Lesley Gray -- Princess Samahris
Is Part Of
The original items are located in the Library’s Alabama Gallery Special Collections.
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