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The Shopkeeper Turned Gentleman

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  • THE SHOPKEEPER TURNED GENTLEMAN. (LE BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME.)
  • BY
    • PERSONS REPRESENTED.
      • MR. JOURDAIN.
    • MR. JOURDAIN.
    • THE SHOPKEEPER TURNED GENTLEMAN.
    • SCENE I.—MUSIC MASTER, DANCING MASTER, THREE SINGERS, TWO VIOLIN PLAYERS, FOUR DANCERS.
    • SCENE II.—MR. JOURDAIN (in a dressing-gown and night-cap), THE MUSIC MASTER, THE DANCING MASTER, THE PUPIL OF THE MUSIC MASTER, A LADY SINGER, TWO MEN SINGERS, DANCERS, TWO SERVANTS.
    • ACT II.
    • SCENE II.—MR. JOURDAIN, MUSIC MASTER, DANCING MASTER, A SERVANT.
    • SCENE III.—MR. JOURDAIN, FENCING MASTER, MUSIC MASTER, DANCING MASTER, A SERVANT holding two foils.
    • SCENE IV.—PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY, MR. JOURDAIN, MUSIC MASTER, DANCING MASTER, FENCING MASTER, A SERVANT.
    • SCENE V.—MR. JOURDAIN, A SERVANT.
    • SCENE VI.—PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY, MR. JOURDAIN, A SERVANT.
    • SCENE VII.—MR. JOURDAIN, A SERVANT.
    • SCENE VIII.—MR. JOURDAIN, THE MASTER TAILOR, AN ASSISTANT TAILOR (bringing a suit of clothes for MR. JOURDAIN), A SERVANT.
    • SCENE IX.—MR. JOURDAIN, MASTER TAILOR, ASSISTANT TAILORS (dancing), A SERVANT.
    • ACT III.
    • SCENE II.—MR. JOURDAIN, NICOLE, TWO LACKEYS.
    • SCENE III.—MRS. JOURDAIN, MR. JOURDAIN, NICOLE, TWO SERVANTS.
    • SCENE IV.—DORANTE, MR. JOURDAIN, MRS. JOURDAIN, NICOLE.
    • SCENE V.—DORANTE, MRS. JOURDAIN, NICOLE.
    • SCENE VI.—MR. JOURDAIN, MRS. JOURDAIN, DORANTE, NICOLE.
    • SCENE VII.—MRS. JOURDAIN, NICOLE.
    • SCENE VIII.—NICOLE, CLÉONTE, COVIELLE.
    • SCENE IX.—CLÉONTE, COVIELLE.
    • SCENE X.—LUCILE, CLÉONTE, COVIELLE, NICOLE.
    • SCENE XI.—MRS. JOURDAIN, CLÉONTE, LUCILE, COVIELLE, NICOLE.
    • SCENE XII.—CLÉONTE, MR. JOURDAIN, MRS. JOURDAIN, LUCILE, COVIELLE, NICOLE.
    • SCENE XIII.—MRS. JOURDAIN, LUCILE, CLÉONTE, NICOLE, COVIELLE.
    • SCENE XIV.—CLÉONTE, COVIELLE.
    • SCENE XV.—MR. JOURDAIN (alone).
    • SCENE XVI.—MR. JOURDAIN, A SERVANT.
    • SCENE XVII—DORIMÈNE, DORANTE, A SERVANT.
    • SCENE XVIII.—DORIMÈNE, DORANTE.
    • SCENE XIX.—MR. JOURDAIN, DORIMÈNE, DORANTE.
    • SCENE XX.—MR. JOURDAIN, DORIMÈNE, DORANTE, A SERVANT.
    • SCENE XXI.—Entry of the BALLET.
    • ACT IV.
    • SCENE II.—MRS. JOURDAIN, MR. JOURDAIN, DORIMÈNE, DORANTE, SINGERS, SERVANTS.
    • SCENE III.—MRS. JOURDAIN, MR. JOURDAIN, A SERVANT.
    • SCENE IV.—MR. JOURDAIN (alone).
    • SCENE V.—MR. JOURDAIN, COVIELLE (disguised).
    • SCENE VI.—CLÉONTE (dressed as a Turk), THREE PAGES (carrying the vest of CLÉONTE), MR. JOURDAIN, COVIELLE.
    • SCENE VII.—COVIELLE (alone).
    • SCENE VIII.—DORANTE, COVIELLE.
    • SCENE IX.—THE TURKISH CEREMONY. [Footnote: Lulli composed the music, and acted the part of the Mufti.]
    • SCENE X.—THE MUFTI, DERVISH, TURKISH SINGERS and DANCERS. MR. JOURDAIN, dressed like a Turk, his head shaved, without any turban or sword.
    • SCENE XI.—THE MUFTI, DERVISHES, TURKS, singing and dancing.
    • SCENE XI.—TURKS, singing and dancing. Second entry of the BALLET.
    • SCENE XIII.—THE MUFTI, DERVISHES, MR. JOURDAIN, TURKS, singing and dancing.
    • ACT V.
    • SCENE II.—DORANTE, DORIMÈNE.
    • SCENE III.—MR. JOURDAIN, DORIMÈNE, DORANTE.
    • SCENE IV.—MR. JOURDAIN, DORIMÈNE, DORANTE, CLÉONTE (dressed as a Turk).
    • SCENE V.—MR. JOURDAIN, DORIMÈNE, DORANTE, CLÉONTE (dressed as a Turk); COVIELLE (disguised).
    • SCENE VI.—LUCILE, CLÉONTE, MR. JOURDAIN, DORIMÈNE, DORANTE, COVIELLE.
    • SCENE VII.—MRS. JOURDAIN. CLÉONTE, MR. JOURDAIN, LUCILE, DORANTE, DORIMÈNE, COVIELLE.
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