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Event Comment: [Edward Young.] A new Tragedy. All the persons being new drest

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Revenge

Cast
Role: Don Alonzo Actor: Booth
Role: Don Carlos Actor: Wilks
Role: Don Alvarez Actor: Thurmond
Role: Don Manuel Actor: Williams
Role: Zanga Actor: Mills
Role: Leonora Actor: Mrs Porter
Role: Isabella Actor: Mrs Horton
Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Epilogue Actor: .
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Related Work: The Revenge Author(s): Edward Young
Event Comment: [By Edward Young.] Never Acted before. With new Habits

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Busiris, King Of Egypt

Cast
Role: Busiris Actor: Elrington
Role: Myron Actor: Booth
Role: Nicanor Actor: Mills
Role: Memnon Actor: Wilks
Role: Rameses Actor: Walker
Role: Syphoces Actor: Thurmond
Role: Pheron Actor: Williams
Role: Auletes Actor: W. Mills
Role: Myris Actor: Mrs Thurmond
Role: Mandane Actor: Mrs Oldfield
Role: Prologue Actor: Booth
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Oldfield.
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Related Work: Busiris Author(s): Edward Young
Event Comment: At the Desire of several Eminent Citizens. A concert, etc. Benefit for Stevens (bookseller). Mainpiece: Written by E. Young, author of the Midnight Thoughts. Boxes 5s. Pit 2s. 6d. Gallery 1s. 6d

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Busiris, King Of Egypt

Performance Comment: Nicanor-Stevens; Miris-Mrs Hickson; Mandana-Young Lady, first time on any stage; with an Occasional Prologue-a gentleman, lady in the character of the ghosts of Mr Booth and Mrs Oldfield.
Related Works
Related Work: Busiris Author(s): Edward Young

Song: IV: A Cantata-Doorsming, who never appeared in public

Dance: V: Drunken Peasant-Matthews

Event Comment: Benefit for Miss Pope. Mr Lee-Young Belmont (Hopkins). No Building on Stage; The Deuce is in Him oblig'd to be deferr'd. The Foundling not in 16 years. [See 26 March 1750.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Foundling

Performance Comment: Young Belmont-Lee; Fadle-King; Sir Charles Raymond-Powell; Sir Roger Belmont-Yates; Col. Raymond-Packer; Villiard-Bransby; Rosetta-Miss Pope; Fidelia-Mrs Palmer.
Cast
Role: Young Belmont Actor: Lee
Role: Fadle Actor: King
Role: Sir Charles Raymond Actor: Powell
Role: Sir Roger Belmont Actor: Yates
Role: Raymond Actor: Packer
Role: Villiard Actor: Bransby
Role: Rosetta Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Fidelia Actor: Mrs Palmer.
Related Works
Related Work: The Foundling Author(s): Edward Moore

Afterpiece Title: Polly Honeycomb

Cast
Role: Honeycombe Actor: Yates
Role: Scribble Actor: King
Role: Ledger Actor: Bransby
Role: Nurse Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Mrs Honeycombe Actor: Mrs Bennet
Role: Polly Actor: Miss Pope.

Dance: II: The Shepherdesses, as17631014; End: The Irish Lilt, as17630922

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Revenge

Performance Comment: Zanga-A Young Gentleman (1st appearance on any stage [Wolfe]); Don Carlos-Barrett; Alvarez-Hurst; Don Manuel-Norris; Don Alonzo-Lacy; Isabella-Mrs Johnston; Leonora-The Young Lady who perform'd Miranda in the Tempest [Mrs Cuyler].Mrs Cuyler].
Related Works
Related Work: The Revenge Author(s): Edward Young

Afterpiece Title: All the World's a Stage

Cast
Role: Harry Stukely Actor: Palmer
Role: Diggery Actor: Parsons
Role: Charles Stanley Actor: Farren
Role: Waiter Actor: Lamash
Role: Cymon Actor: Burton
Role: Wat Actor: Griffiths
Role: Hostler Actor: Carpenter
Role: Sir Gilbert Pumpkin Actor: Baddeley
Role: William Actor: Everard
Role: Miss Kitty Sprightly Actor: Miss P. Hopkins
Role: Miss Bridget Pumpkin Actor: Mrs Hopkins

Dance: As17770215

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Revenge

Performance Comment: The Parts-Gentlemen; who never appear'd on any publick Stage before. And the Part of Leonora-a young Gentlewoman for her own Diversion; with the original Prologue-; Epilogue-.
Related Works
Related Work: The Revenge Author(s): Edward Young
Event Comment: Mainpiece: At the particular Desire of several Persons of Quality. Not Acted these Ten Years. Written by Dr Young. Afterpiece: A Farce. [Author unknown. Apparently not published.] Benefit the Author. To begin between Six and Seven o'Clock

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Revenge

Cast
Role: Zanga Actor: a Gentleman.
Related Works
Related Work: The Revenge Author(s): Edward Young

Afterpiece Title: No Joke Like a True Joke

Song:

Dance:

Event Comment: Benefit Author of the Farce. Mainpiece: Not Acted these Fourteen Years. Written by Dr Young, Author of the Universal Passion. Afterpiece: A New Tragic-Comic-Operatic-Pastoral Farce [By T. Drury]. At Common Prices. [Preface gives a long account of difficulties in getting the Afterpiece on the stage. See Daily Advertiser, 16 and 17 Jan. for puffs of the Afterpiece.]

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Revenge

Related Works
Related Work: The Revenge Author(s): Edward Young

Afterpiece Title: The Rival Milliners; or, The Humours of Covent-Garden

Dance: I: Irish Trot by Shawford. III: Scot's Dance by Shawford. IV: Hornpipe by Collard. V: Sailor's Dance by Castiglione

Song: II: By Young Cunningham

Event Comment: Mainpiece; Written by Dr Young, Author of the Universal Passion

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Revenge

Related Works
Related Work: The Revenge Author(s): Edward Young

Dance: As17360119

Event Comment: A Concert, etc. Mainpiece: writ by E. Young, LLD. Benefit for a great Sufferer in Trade. Prices: 3s., 2s., 1s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Revenge

Related Works
Related Work: The Revenge Author(s): Edward Young

Afterpiece Title: The Spanish Fryar, Comic Scenes

Song: Corbet; V: The Power of Gold- a song from the Fool in the Gazetteer, set by a Gentleman, and never performed before

Event Comment: Benefit for Mr Norton Amber, formerly a Patentee, & Banker, now Pit Doorkeeper (Cross), late of the Strand (Winston MS 7). Tickets to be had at Mr Pierce's at the Castle Tavern, Corner of Henrietta Street, in Bedford Street, Covent Garden; Mr Frye's a Hosier, the Corner of James Street, Long Acre; King Street Coffee House, near Guild Hall; Batson's Coffee House, Cornhill; and at the Theatre. Places will be taken at the Stage Door of the theatre. This Day publish'd, Young Scarron, at 2s. 6d. sew'd, 3s. bound. Dedicated to the managers of both theatres. "The Stage reproves the follies of the age. For once we'll laugh at Follies of the Stage." Anon. Printed for T. Tyre, near Gray's Inn Holborn and W. Reeve in Fleet St. (General Advertiser). A comical and satirical account of summer strolling players: "When the time draws near that the Theatres Royal disband their troops, or rather grant their furloses till the next Campaign, each private Man becomes an Officer; and they who for nine months before submitted to Monarchical Government, now form themselves into several republicks for the remaining three. Then each Hero takes the path of his own ambition...The various whimsical disputes that arise from this kind of Emulation, are, in part the subject of the following sheets" (173 pp. Written by Thomas Mozeen, Biographia Dramatica). Receipts: #220 (Cross)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Revenge

Related Works
Related Work: The Revenge Author(s): Edward Young

Afterpiece Title: Lethe

Cast
Role: only Fine Gentleman Actor: Woodward
Role: Frenchman Actor: Blakes
Role: Drunken Man Actor: Yates
Role: Fine Lady Actor: Mrs Clive.

Dance: HHornpipe-Matthews, the Little Swiss; With Entertainments as will be express'd in the Great Bills

Song: I: Song-Beard

Event Comment: By Permission of the Lord Chamberlain. Benefit for the Gentleman who performs the Part of Zanga [in THE REVENGE], and Mr and Mrs Simpson. Mainpiece: Written by the celebrated Dr Young, Author of the Night Thoughts, &c. Afterpiece: As an After-piece [i.e. reduced from 5 to 3 (?) acts]. The Doors to be opened at 5:30. To begin at 6:30. Tickets to be had of Longman and Broderip, Cheapside and Haymarket; Pass, No. 53, High Holborn; Bland's Music Warehouse, No. 45, High Holborn; Strutt, Bookseller, No. 20, Little Queen-street, Lincoln's Inn Fields; Ellwick, Musical Instrument Maker, No. 55, Long Acre, comer of Phoenix O>urt; Padbury, Coal Merchant, No. 24, Henrietta-street, Covent Garden; Evan, Bookseller, No. 351, near the Pantheon, Oxford Road; and of Simpson, at No. 33, St. Martin's-street, Leicester-square

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Revenge

Related Works
Related Work: The Revenge Author(s): Edward Young

Afterpiece Title: THE CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS

Music: In the Course of the Evening several Pieces on the Union Pipes and Pedal Harp by Courtney and Weippert

Monologue: 1794 06 02 After the Epilogue Jacob Gawkey's Rambles tbrougb Bath by Simpson

Event Comment: This comedy was wrote by Mr Moor, & except ye part of Faddle meet with Universal Applause (ye Author's first play) (Cross). New Scenes and Cloaths (General Advertiser). This C. was written by Moore--it is a good play--it was acted 11 times successively--Garrick's peculiar qualifications and happy use of them, added amazing spirit to the piece, and gave more consequence to Young Belmont than can well be imagined--Macklin, who never had in voice, figure or features much capacity for the fop cast, yet struck out some things in Faddle, that have not been since equalled, particularly in marking the obsequious knave throughout--Barry in the fourth act supported his character with emphatic dignity and in the last with melting tenderness--the part of Rosetta was undoubtedly conceived for Mrs Woffington, and she did it particular justice--the elegance, the notions of love, and the vanity of admiration, which are united in Rosetta, were natural to Mrs Woffington, so that she had the advantage of looking and speaking in her own character--the softness and pathos, which distinguished Fidelia sat with much ease on Mrs Cibber (Dramatic Censor, II, 206). [For contemporary account of plot and discussion of the play, see Gentleman's Magazine Feb. 1748, pp. 51-54; March 1748, pp. 114-17; May 1748, pp. 207-9; June 1748, pp. 257-59. See also G. Stayley, An Answer to an unjust criticism on the Foundling, listed in Register of Books, Gentleman's Magazine, May 1748, p. 240; A Criticism of the Foundling, in a letter to the author, listed in Register of Books, Gentleman's Magazine, March 1748, p. 144. The Larpent MS indicates many revisions. The substitution of Rake for Whoremaster, &c. Some Suggestive passages marked for excision. "The Disapprobation, which the Character of Faddle met with the first Night, made it necessary for me to shorten it in almost every Scene" (Dedication to 1st Edition).] Receipts: #200 (Cross); #200 5s. (Powel)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Foundling

Performance Comment: Garrick, Barry, Macklin, Havard, Yates, Sparks, Mrs Woffington, Mrs Cibber. Young Belmont-Garrick; Sir Charles Raymond-Barry; Faddle-Macklin; Col. Raymond-Havard; Sir Roger Belmont-Yates; Villiard-Sparks; Rosetta-Mrs Woffington; Fidelia-Mrs Cibber; Prologue [by Mr Brooke-Mrs Pritchard; Epilogue [by Garrick-Mrs Cibber [(edition of 1748, but listed in the order in which the actors' names appear in General Advertiser; General Advertiser omits notice of Prologue and Epilogue).](edition of 1748, but listed in the order in which the actors' names appear in General Advertiser; General Advertiser omits notice of Prologue and Epilogue).]
Cast
Role: Young Belmont Actor: Garrick
Role: Sir Charles Raymond Actor: Barry
Role: Faddle Actor: Macklin
Role: Raymond Actor: Havard
Role: Sir Roger Belmont Actor: Yates
Role: Villiard Actor: Sparks
Role: Rosetta Actor: Mrs Woffington
Role: Fidelia Actor: Mrs Cibber
Role: Mr Brooke Actor: Mrs Pritchard
Role: Garrick Actor: Mrs Cibber
Related Works
Related Work: The Foundling Author(s): Edward Moore
Event Comment: Mainpiece: With a New Scene and New Dresses. Afterpiece [1st time; CO 2, by Charles Dibdin and Edward Thompson. Thompson's name does not appear on the title-page of the text; it has been added by J. P. Kemble on the half-title of his copy now in the Huntington Library]: The Music chiefly composed by Dibdin [Public Advertiser, 15 Nov.: Three of the airs and the finale were composed by Samuel Arnold; one air by John Abraham Fisher]. With New Scenes [ibid: by Dall, Richards, and Carver], Dresses and Decorations. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. Account-Book, 7 Feb. 1777: Paid Dibdin in full for copyright of the Seraglio #20; ibid, 2 June 1777: Received of Cooper for Songs & Books sold of The Seraglio #19 10s. 9d. [Mrs Ward was from the Birmingham theatre]. Receipts: #221 11s. 6d. (219.7.0; 2.4.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Ethelinda; Or, The Royal Convert

Cast
Role: Hengist Actor: Wroughton
Role: Seofrid Actor: Hull
Role: Offa Actor: Whitefield
Role: Oswald Actor: Robson
Role: Priest Actor: L'Estrange
Role: Officers Actor: Fearon, Booth, Davis, Thompson
Role: Aribert Actor: Lewis
Role: Rodogune Actor: Mrs Ward
Role: Ethelinda Actor: Mrs Hartley.

Afterpiece Title: The Seraglio

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Mattocks, Reinhold, Quick, Dunstall, Leoni, Miss Dayes, Mrs Green, A Young Lady (who never appeared on any stage) (Miss Wewitzer), Miss Brown. Cast from text (T. Evans, 1776): Abdallah-Mattocks; Reef-Reinhold; Venture-Quick; Goodwill-Dunstall; Frederick-Leoni; Hassan-Baker; Gunnel-Bates; Williams-Thompson; Polly-Miss Dayes; Curtis-Mrs Green; Elmira-Miss Wewitzer; Lydia-Miss Brown.
Cast
Role: Abdallah Actor: Mattocks
Role: Reef Actor: Reinhold
Role: Venture Actor: Quick
Role: Goodwill Actor: Dunstall
Role: Frederick Actor: Leoni
Role: Hassan Actor: Baker
Role: Gunnel Actor: Bates
Role: Williams Actor: Thompson
Role: Polly Actor: Miss Dayes
Role: Curtis Actor: Mrs Green
Role: Elmira Actor: Miss Wewitzer
Role: Lydia Actor: Miss Brown.
Related Works
Related Work: The Seraglio Author(s): Edward Thompson

Music: V: the Original Music for the Sacrifice by Purcell-

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Foundling

Performance Comment: Young Belmont-Garrick; Sir Charles-Barry; Faddle-Woodward; Col. Raymond-Havard; Sir Roger-Yates; Villiard-Winstone; Rosetta-Mrs Pritchard; Fidelia-Mrs Cibber.
Cast
Role: Young Belmont Actor: Garrick
Role: Sir Charles Actor: Barry
Role: Faddle Actor: Woodward
Role: Raymond Actor: Havard
Role: Sir Roger Actor: Yates
Role: Villiard Actor: Winstone
Role: Rosetta Actor: Mrs Pritchard
Role: Fidelia Actor: Mrs Cibber.
Related Works
Related Work: The Foundling Author(s): Edward Moore

Afterpiece Title: The Virgin Unmask'd

Cast
Role: Coupee Actor: Yates
Role: Blister Actor: Bridges
Role: Goodwill Actor: Taswell
Role: Quaver Actor: Beard
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Clive.

Music: I: By Desire, a piece of Music-the Child

Dance: II: Savoyards, as17480920; V: New Scotch Dance, as17490118

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Foundling

Performance Comment: Young Belmont-Garrick; Sir Charles Raymond-Barry; Faddle-Woodward; Col. Raymond-Havard; Sir Roger Belmont-Yates; Villiard-Winstone; Fidelia-Mrs Ward; Rosetta-Mrs Pritchard.
Cast
Role: Young Belmont Actor: Garrick
Role: Sir Charles Raymond Actor: Barry
Role: Faddle Actor: Woodward
Role: Raymond Actor: Havard
Role: Sir Roger Belmont Actor: Yates
Role: Villiard Actor: Winstone
Role: Fidelia Actor: Mrs Ward
Role: Rosetta Actor: Mrs Pritchard.
Related Works
Related Work: The Foundling Author(s): Edward Moore

Afterpiece Title: Miss in Her Teens

Cast
Role: Puff Actor: James
Role: Fribble Actor: Yates
Role: Loveit Actor: Palmer
Role: Miss Biddy Actor: Miss Cole.
Role: Tag Actor: Mrs James
Role: Flash Actor: Woodward
Role: Capt Loveit Actor: Havard
Role: Biddy Actor: Mrs Green.

Dance: CComic Dance, as17500221; L'Entree de Flore-Mlle Auretti

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Foundling

Performance Comment: Young Belmont-Palmer, first time; Faddle (New Song)-Dodd, first appearance there; Sir Charles Raymond-Powell; Col. Raymond-Packer; Villiard-Bransby; Sir Roger Belmont-Yates; Rosetta-Miss Pope; Fidelia-Mrs Palmer.
Cast
Role: Young Belmont Actor: Palmer, first time
Role: Faddle Actor: Dodd, first appearance there
Role: Sir Charles Raymond Actor: Powell
Role: Raymond Actor: Packer
Role: Villiard Actor: Bransby
Role: Sir Roger Belmont Actor: Yates
Role: Rosetta Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Fidelia Actor: Mrs Palmer.
Related Works
Related Work: The Foundling Author(s): Edward Moore
Event Comment: [Y+Young Gentleman is J. Aickin, in writing on Kemble's Bills. Genest, V, 159, suggests Palmer.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Foundling

Performance Comment: Young Belmont-a Gentleman, 1st appearance; Sir Charles Raymond-Bannister, 1st time; Sir Roger Belmont-Love, 1st time; Faddle-Dodd (with song); Col. Raymond-Packer; Villiard-Bransby; Rosetta-Miss Pope; Fidelia-Mrs Palmer.
Cast
Role: Young Belmont Actor: a Gentleman, 1st appearance
Role: Sir Charles Raymond Actor: Bannister, 1st time
Role: Sir Roger Belmont Actor: Love, 1st time
Role: Faddle Actor: Dodd
Role: Raymond Actor: Packer
Role: Villiard Actor: Bransby
Role: Rosetta Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Fidelia Actor: Mrs Palmer.
Related Works
Related Work: The Foundling Author(s): Edward Moore

Afterpiece Title: A Peep behind the Curtain

Cast
Role: Glib Actor: King
Role: Sir Toby Fuz Actor: Love
Role: Sir Macaroni Virtue Actor: Dodd
Role: Wilson Actor: J. Palmer
Role: Mervin Actor: Aickin
Role: Patent Actor: Packer
Role: Hopkins the Prompter Actor: Bannister
Role: Saunders the Carpenter Actor: Moody
Role: Johnston the housekeeper Actor: Johnston
Role: Lady Fuz Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Miss Fuz Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Sweepers Actor: Mrs Bradshaw, Mrs Love
Role: Orpheus Actor: Vernon
Role: Old Shepherd Actor: Dodd
Role: Shepherd Chorus Actor: Parsons, Hartry
Role: Rhodope Actor: Mrs Arne

Dance: II: Hearts of Oak, as17671022

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Foundling

Performance Comment: Young Belmont-Reddish, first time;Sir Charles Raymond-Bannister; Villiard-Bransby; Faddle, with song-Dodd; Col. Raymond-Packer; Sir Roger Belmont-Love; Rosetta-Miss Pope; Fidelia-Mrs Baddeley, first time.
Cast
Role: Young Belmont Actor: Reddish, first time
Role: Sir Charles Raymond Actor: Bannister
Role: Villiard Actor: Bransby
Role: with song Actor: Dodd
Role: Raymond Actor: Packer
Role: Sir Roger Belmont Actor: Love
Role: Rosetta Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Fidelia Actor: Mrs Baddeley, first time.
Related Works
Related Work: The Foundling Author(s): Edward Moore

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Foundling

Performance Comment: Young Belmont-Reddish; Sir Roger-Love; Sir Charles-Bannister; Faddle (with Song)-Dodd; Col. Raymond-Packer; Villiard-Bransby; Rosetta-Miss Pope; Fidelia-Mrs Baddeley.
Cast
Role: Young Belmont Actor: Reddish
Role: Sir Roger Actor: Love
Role: Sir Charles Actor: Bannister
Role: Faddle Actor: Dodd
Role: Raymond Actor: Packer
Role: Villiard Actor: Bransby
Role: Rosetta Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Fidelia Actor: Mrs Baddeley.
Related Works
Related Work: The Foundling Author(s): Edward Moore

Afterpiece Title: The Elopement

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Foundling

Performance Comment: Young Belmont-Cooke; Sir Charles Raymond-Mitchell; Colonel Raymond-Sparks; Sir Roger Belmont-Durravan; Villiard-Clarke; Faddle-Everard; Fidelia-Miss Freeman; Rosetta-Mrs Robinson; Occasional Prologue-Mitchell.
Cast
Role: Young Belmont Actor: Cooke
Role: Sir Charles Raymond Actor: Mitchell
Role: Colonel Raymond Actor: Sparks
Role: Sir Roger Belmont Actor: Durravan
Role: Villiard Actor: Clarke
Role: Faddle Actor: Everard
Role: Fidelia Actor: Miss Freeman
Role: Rosetta Actor: Mrs Robinson
Role: Occasional Prologue Actor: Mitchell.
Related Works
Related Work: The Foundling Author(s): Edward Moore

Afterpiece Title: The Prejudice of Fashion

Cast
Role: Colonel Ancient Actor: Mitchell
Role: Medium Actor: Cooke
Role: Captain O'Cargo Actor: Smith
Role: Whisk Actor: Sparks
Role: Jonathan Actor: Durravan
Role: Carbuncle Actor: Helme
Role: Marmozet Actor: Everard
Role: Lucinda Actor: Miss Freeman
Role: Lady Ancient Actor: Miss Hoare.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Foundling

Performance Comment: Young Belmont-Palmer; Sir Roger Belmont-Parsons; Sir Charles Raymond-Aickin; Colonel Raymond-Brereton (Their 1st appearance in those characters); Villiard-Wrighten; Faddle (with a song)-Dodd; Fidelia-Mrs Brereton; Rosetta-Miss Farren (Their 1st appearance in those characters) .
Cast
Role: Young Belmont Actor: Palmer
Role: Sir Roger Belmont Actor: Parsons
Role: Sir Charles Raymond Actor: Aickin
Role: Colonel Raymond Actor: Brereton
Role: Villiard Actor: Wrighten
Role: Faddle Actor: Dodd
Role: Fidelia Actor: Mrs Brereton
Role: Rosetta Actor: Miss Farren
Related Works
Related Work: The Foundling Author(s): Edward Moore

Afterpiece Title: Linco's Travels

Cast
Role: Linco Actor: Dodd

Afterpiece Title: The Alchymist

Cast
Role: Abel Drugger Actor: Dodd
Role: Subtle Actor: Aickin
Role: Sir Epicure Mammon Actor: Griffiths
Role: Surly Actor: Wrighten
Role: Kastril Actor: Burton
Role: Lovewit Actor: Packer
Role: Face Actor: Palmer
Role: Dame Pliant Actor: Miss Simson
Role: Doll Common Actor: Mrs Hopkins

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Foundling

Performance Comment: Young Belmont-Palmer; Sir Roger Belmont-Parsons; Sir Charles Raymond-Aickin; Colonel Raymond-Brereton; Villiard-Wrighten; Faddle (with a song)-Dodd; Fidelia-Mrs Brereton; Rosetta-Miss Farren .
Cast
Role: Young Belmont Actor: Palmer
Role: Sir Roger Belmont Actor: Parsons
Role: Sir Charles Raymond Actor: Aickin
Role: Colonel Raymond Actor: Brereton
Role: Villiard Actor: Wrighten
Role: Faddle Actor: Dodd
Role: Fidelia Actor: Mrs Brereton
Role: Rosetta Actor: Miss Farren
Related Works
Related Work: The Foundling Author(s): Edward Moore

Afterpiece Title: Robinson Crusoe; or, Harlequin Friday

Dance: Afterpiece to conclude with a Dance by the Miss Stageldoirs, &c

Related Works
Related Work: The Test of Love Author(s): John Edwin, the younger

Monologue: 1782 09 20 As 17 Sept

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Edward The Black Prince; Or, The Battle Of Poictiers

Performance Comment: Edward-Garrick; Lord Ribemont-Barry; Cardinal Perigort-Berry; King John-Sowdon; Arnold-Havard; Duke of Athens-King; Charney-Winstone; Audley-Palmer; Chandos-Blakes; Warwick-Usher; Salisbury-Bridges; Dauphin-Simpson; Tourain-Marr; Louisa-Miss Murgatroyd; Mariana-Mrs Ward [from 1st edition but listed in the order in which the actors' names appear in General Advertiser]; Archbisop of Sens-Burton; Prologue-Havard; Epilogue-Mrs Clive [1st edition].1st edition].
Cast
Role: Edward Actor: Garrick
Role: Lord Ribemont Actor: Barry
Role: Cardinal Perigort Actor: Berry
Role: King John Actor: Sowdon
Role: Arnold Actor: Havard
Role: Duke of Athens Actor: King
Role: Charney Actor: Winstone
Role: Audley Actor: Palmer
Role: Chandos Actor: Blakes
Role: Warwick Actor: Usher
Role: Salisbury Actor: Bridges
Role: Dauphin Actor: Simpson
Role: Tourain Actor: Marr
Role: Louisa Actor: Miss Murgatroyd
Role: Mariana Actor: Mrs Ward
Role: Archbisop of Sens Actor: Burton
Role: Prologue Actor: Havard
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Clive

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Edward And Eleonora

Performance Comment: Edward-Lewis; Selim-Bensley; Gloster-Hull; Theald-Clarke; Assassin-L'Estrange; Officer-Thompson; Daraxa-Mrs Mattocks; Eleonora-Mrs Barry; Prologue-Hull; Epilogue-Mrs Mattocks.
Cast
Role: Edward Actor: Lewis
Role: Selim Actor: Bensley
Role: Gloster Actor: Hull
Role: Theald Actor: Clarke
Role: Assassin Actor: L'Estrange
Role: Officer Actor: Thompson
Role: Daraxa Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Eleonora Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Prologue Actor: Hull
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Afterpiece Title: The Padlock

Performance Comment: As17741110, but Leonora-a Young Lady not 14 years of age, first time. Pupil to Mr Savage.

Dance: End Epilogue: The Vintage Festival, as17741007