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Mainpiece Title: A Grand Masked Ball, With A Supper

Dance: End of Part I a new Dance (1st time; composed by Noverre), Apollon et let Muses by Le Picq (1st appearance in England), Nivelon, Mme Simonet, Mlle Theodore, Sga Crespi, Mlle Baccelli; End of Part 11 a New Dance, demicharacter (composed by Noverre) by Le Picq, Nivelon, Slingsby, Mlle Theodore, Sga Crespi, Mlle Baccelli


Mainpiece Title: Silla

Dance: End of Act II Divertisement, with a Passe-a-caille by Lepicq, a Pas Seul by Henry, a Pas Seul by Mme Simonet; End of Opera Hew Divertisement, in which a Pas Seul by Henry, and to conclude with a Caledonian Reel, being part of the ballet of Auld Robin Gray, which for want of time could not be completed, by Lepicq, Slingsby, Mme Rossi


Mainpiece Title: La Locandiera

Dance: End I: Divertissement, as17871208

Ballet: End Opera: a new ballet (1st time), composed by Noverre, L'Amour et Psiche. By Mlle Hilligsberg, Didelot, Mlle Coulon, Chevalier, Vestris, Sga Bedini, the two Miss Simonets, Mlle Vedie, Henry, Jacolet, Saulnier, Sala, Coulon. Cast from synopsis (H. Reynell, 1788): Psyche-Mlle Hilligsberg; Adonis-Didelot; Venus-Mlle Coulon; Hymen-Chevalier; Love, or Cupid-Vestris; Graces Furies and Fates-Sga Bedini, the two Miss Simonets, Mlle Vedie, Henry, Jacolet, Saulnier, Sala; Mercury-Coulon. The music composed by Mazzinghi; with all new Scenery (by Marinari), Dresses (by Lupino)


Mainpiece Title: Summer Amusement

Afterpiece Title: The Blade Bone; or, Agreeable Companion

Afterpiece Title: A Quarter of an Hour before Dinner

Entertainment: Monologue Preceeding 1st piece: A Touch of the Times; or, The Humours of London-Bannister Jun


Mainpiece Title: Robin Hood

Afterpiece Title: Perseverance; or, The Third Time the Best

Entertainment: Monologue. End: As17890514


Mainpiece Title: Eudora

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Chaplet

Dance: In afterpiece: Additional Dances (1st time)-Byrne, Mrs Goodwin, the two Miss Simonets


Mainpiece Title: King Henry Ii; Or, The Death Of Fair Rosamond

Afterpiece Title: The Humours of Sir John Brute

Entertainment: Monologue End: The Monody on the Death of Mr Henderson (3rd time at this theatre)-Baker


Mainpiece Title: Just In Time

Afterpiece Title: The Follies of a Day

Dance: II: a Dance-Byrn, Mme Rossi. [Danced, as here assigned, in all subsequent performances.


Mainpiece Title: Piramo E Tisbe

Dance: End I: A New Divertissementin which-Mlle Parisot will dance, for the first time in this Country; End Opera: Paul et Virginie, as17960116


Mainpiece Title: Comus

Afterpiece Title: Artaxerxes

Afterpiece Title: The Doldrum

Song: In 1st piece: Sweet Echo (1st time)-Mme Mara; accompanied on the hautboy-W. Parke; End I 1st piece: Mad Bess (in character)-Mme Mara (1st time); In 2nd piece: a new song [High rolling seas that bear afar]-Mme Mara [written for the Occasion, and set to music by Herself


Mainpiece Title: Every One Has His Fault

Related Works
Related Work: Every One Has His Fault Author(s): Elizabeth Inchbald

Afterpiece Title: The Rival Soldiers

Afterpiece Title: The Positive Man

Song: In the course of the Evening: The Life of Poor Jack (composed by Dibdin), Admiral Benbow-Incledon; Honesty in Tatters-Townsend; Arthur O'Bradley (1st time, written by O'Keeffe)-Munden


Mainpiece Title: The Woodman

Afterpiece Title: The Rendezvous

Afterpiece Title: The Irishman in London

Song: End I: The Storm-Incledon; End II: Shakespeare's Loadsters (1st time in public; composed by Shield)-Incledon, Gray, Bowden; In 3rd piece: the Planxty, descriptive of Ireland, In my Father's Mud Cabin-Johnstone; End I 3rd piece: Old Towler-Incledon


Mainpiece Title: Inkle And Yarico

Afterpiece Title: Diamond Cut Diamond; or, Venetian Revels

Afterpiece Title: Cross Purposes

Song: In: Ma chere Amie-Incledon; End Act I 2nd piece: to conclude with a Grand Serenade-, by Moonlight, on the Water, representing a View in the Bay of Venice, with distant Illuminations; A Madrigal-Incledon, Gray, Linton, which is echoed from various Gondolas, as they pass and repass, sounding their Oars to the Time of the Singers; The Storm-Incledon


Mainpiece Title: The Orphan

Afterpiece Title: Reformed in Time


Mainpiece Title: The Rivals

Related Works
Related Work: The Rival Widows; or, The Fair Libertine Author(s): Elizabeth Cooper

Afterpiece Title: The Raft

Afterpiece Title: Reformed in Time


Mainpiece Title: The Recruiting Officer

Afterpiece Title: Reformed in Time


Mainpiece Title: The Secret

Afterpiece Title: Feudal Times


Mainpiece Title: I Zingari In Fiera

Dance: Between Acts: Divertisement-(1st time); End Opera: a Grand Fairy Ballet in 2 acts, Laura et Lenza; ou, Le Troubadour-all the principal Dancers see18000628


Mainpiece Title: London's Glory Represented By Time, Truth, And Fame


Mainpiece Title: The Virtuoso

Music: An Entertainment of Musick, never performed in Publick before, by the famous -Mons Li Rich, lately arrived from the Court of Poland: being the only and last Time of performing the said Entertainment, or any other, by reason of his sudden return to the said Kingdom


Mainpiece Title: Concert

Music: Vocal and Instrumental, with new Pieces of Musick-; and particular Performances of Instrumental Musick-Mr Dean; And likewise an Extraordinary Italian Song-a Boy, lately arriv'd from Italy, being the first time of his Singing in Publick in England


Mainpiece Title: The Bath; Or, The Western Lass

Song: Let the dreadful Engines-Leveridge; Since the Times are so Bad-Leveridge, Mrs Lindsey; Sing Sing All Ye Muses-Laroone, Hughs; A Scotch Song-Leveridge

Dance: Between every Act: Genteel Round-a Devonshire Girl never seen on the Stage before, to the Harp alone; an Irish Humour, The Whip of Dunboyne-Devonshire Girl, her Master; another genteel dance-Devonshire Girl; a Highland Lilt-Devonshire Girl, her Master; A Country Farmer's Daughter-Devonshire Girl all in Natural Habits


Mainpiece Title: The Lancashire Witches; Or, Teague O Devilly, The Irish Priest

Music: several Entertainments of Musick by himself- The FamousSignor Gasperine lately arriv'd from Rome, in Consort with others

Song: Since Times are so Bad-Leveridge, Mrs Lindsey


Mainpiece Title: Venice Preserv'd

Dance: As17031102

Song: (at the Desire of several Persons of Quality) Singing in Italian- the FamousSigniora Francisca Margarita del'Epine the Musick that accompanies her composed by Signior Giacomo Greber, being the first time of her performing at this Theatre


Mainpiece Title: The Careless Husband

Song: Mrs Cross; particularly a Pastoral Dialogue-Mrs Cross, Mr Leveridge

Dance: Mrs Cross; particularly a Pastoral Dialogue-Mr Leveridge, Mrs Cross[, being the first time of her Appearing on the Stage these 5 Years [but see17041216]