Book & Lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly
Music by Sigmund Romberg
Based on the play Old Heidelberg by Rudolf Bleichman.

Jolson Theatre, Broadway - 2 December, 1924 (608 perfs)
His Majesty's Theatre, London - 3 February (96 perfs)

The Student Prince sings its way serenly down the years as the show that epitomises pure romance. The Prince, Karl Franz, is sent to University at Heidelberg to finish his studies. There, among fruit blossom and fellow students, he meets and falls deliriously in love with the daughter of the innkeeper, Kathie.

This is one of the shows that lasts, and will go on lasting, as long as there are voices to sing songs like "Gaudeamus"; "Deep In My Heart" or the well-loved "Drinking Song".

CAST: Male 9 - Female 4 plus chorus

Musical Numbers

Birds Are Winging
By Our Bearing So Sedate
Carnival of Springtime
Come Answer To Our Call
Come Boys
Deep In My Heart, Dear
Drinking Song
Farewell Dear
Farmer Jacob
The Flag That Flies
Gaudeamus Igitur
Golden Days
Just We Two
Sing A Little Song
Students' Life
To the Inn We're Marching
We're Off To Paris
Welcome to Prince
What Memories
You're In Heidelberg


Violin 1, 2 & 3; Viola; Cello; Bass; Flutes; Clarinet; Oboe; Horns; Trumpets; Trombones; Drums; Harp (optional)