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Event Comment: Afterpiece [1st time; MD 3, by Samuel Birch, adapted from Camille; ou, Le Souterrain, by Benoit Joseph Marsollier des Vivetieres, and from Les Victimes Cloitrees, by Jacques Marie Boutet de Monvel; the songs written by Thomas John Dibdin. Larpent MS 1236; not published. The playbill states that this was "Taken from the German," but London Chronicle, 12 Dec., says that its source is the same as that of The Captive of Spilburg (see dl, 14 Nov.). An examination of the MSS of these two pieces (Larpent 1230 and 1236) proves that such is unmistakably the case]: With entire new Scenes, Machinery, Dresses & Decorations. The Music composed and selected by Steibelt and Attwood. The Action of the Chorusaes, Finales, &c. under the Direction of Farley, and the Action of the Overture by Bologna Jun. A new Descriptive Overture, composed by Steibelt, on a Plan never before introduced on the English Stage, accompanied by Action. "The overture is...nothing more than music adapted to pantomime; and, in the present instance, the dumb shew is an unnecessary anticipation of the procession with which the piece opens" (Monthly Mirror, Dec. 1798, p. 369). The Scenery painted by Richards, Phillips, Lupino, Hollogan, Blackmore, &c. The Dresses by Dick and Mrs Egan. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. Receipts: #338 17s. 6d. (325.14.6; 13.3.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Laugh When You Can

Cast
Role: unassigned Actor: _Platt.
Role: Gossamer Actor: Lewis
Role: Mortimer Actor: Holman
Role: Bonus Actor: Munden
Role: Sambo Actor: Fawcett
Role: Charles Mortimer Actor: Miss Gilbert
Role: Costly Actor: Townsend
Role: Delville Actor: Whitfield
Role: Farmer Blackbrook Actor: Thompson
Role: Waiter Actor: Simmons
Role: Bailiff Actor: Wilde
Role: Gregory Actor: Abbot
Role: Mrs Mortimer Actor: Mrs Pope
Role: Dorothy Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Emily Actor: Miss Mansel
Role: Miss Gloomly Actor: Mrs Mattocks

Afterpiece Title: Albert and Adelaide; or, The Victim of Constancy

Related Works
Related Work: Albert and Adelaide; or, The Victim of Constancy Author(s): Jacques Marie Boutet de Monvel

Dance: In afterpiece: Procession and Dance of Swabian Peasants-Blurton, Dyke, Wilde, L. Bologna, T. Cranfield, Platt, Masters, Slape, Ramage, Goodwin, Little, Ms Watts, Ms Iliff, Ms Norton, Ms Castelle, Ms Leserve, Miss Gray, Ms Bologna, Ms Masters, Ms Burnett, Ms Gilbert, Ms Lloyd, Ms Blurton, Ms Ward

Event Comment: Jacques Thierry and Will Schellinks attended this performance, but do not indicate the theatre. See Seaton, Literary Relationships, pp. 334, 336. As this play had been acted by the King's Company on 11 Jan. 1661@2, it has been assigned to Vere St.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Love Lies A Bleeding

Event Comment: Jacques Thierry and Will Schellinks saw this performance (Seaton, Literary Relationships, pp. 334, 336). Although this performance falls in Passion Week, the date seems correct. Because the patent theatres normally closed during Passion Week, this performance has been tentatively assigned to the red bull Company. As Jolly played Part I (A Girle Worth Gold) at Norwich, this is probably a presentation of Part I

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Fair Maid Of The West

Event Comment: Jacques Thierry and Will Schellinks saw a ballet somewhere in London (Seaton, Literary Relationships, pp. 334, 336)

Performances

Event Comment: In London Jacques Thierry and Will Schellinks saw: de France Comedij Andromeda (Seaton, Literary Relationships, pp. 333-34). The theatre is not known. This play may be Corneille's Andromede

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Andromeda

Event Comment: This play was seen at the red bull by Jacques Thierry and Will Schellinks (Seaton, Literary Relationships, pp. 333, 335). Seaton speculates that the play may be: (1) Rowley's A Shoemaker a Gentleman; (2) a droll made out of the Christopher Sly prologue of The Taming of the Shrew; (3) Tourneur's lost The Nobleman or Great Man. William VanLennep ("The new-made Nobleman," Times Literary Supplement, 20 June 1936, p. 523) thinks that it may be Beaumont and Fletcher's Noble Gentleman. Nicoll (Restoration Drama, pp. 309-10) believes that this was Jolly's Company acting at the red bull

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The New Made Nobleman

Event Comment: This play was seen by Jacques Thierry and Will Schellinks (Seaton, Literary Relationships, pp. 333, 335). Jolly's company acted this play at Norwich

Performances

Mainpiece Title: A New Way To Pay Old Debts

Event Comment: The Duke's Company. This performance was attended by Jacques Thierry and Will Schellinks at the Duke's Theatre (Seaton, Literary Relationships, pp. 333, 335)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Maid In The Mill

Event Comment: This play was seen by Jacques Thierry and Will Schellinks (Seaton, Literary Relationships, pp. 333, 335). As this play was presented by the King's Company on 15 Nov. 1660 and again on 30 Dec. 1661, it was probably given at Vere St.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Love's Cruelty

Event Comment: This play was seen by Jacques Thierry and Will Schellinks (Seaton, Literary Relationships, pp. 333, 335). As this play was given as recently as 5 Feb. 1661@2 by the King's Company, it has been assigned to Vere St.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Rule A Wife And Have A Wife

Event Comment: This play was seen by Jacques Thierry and Will Schellinks (Seaton, Literary Relationships, pp. 333, 335). As the King's Company is the only one known to gave given it since the Restoration, it has been assigned to Vere St

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Alchymist

Event Comment: This performance was attended by Jacques Thierry and Will Schellinks, who stated: Judged to be their best play (Seaton, Literary Relationships, pp. 334-36). This performance may have been the premiere. The Duke's Company. BM Add. Mss. 34217, in Hotson (Commonwealth and Restoration Stage, p. 247): @Then came the Knight agen with his Lawe@Against Lovers the worst that ever you sawe@In dressing of which he playnely did shew it@Hee was a far better Cooke then a Poet@And only he the Art of it had@Of two good Playes to make one bad.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Law Against Lovers

Event Comment: On this day Jacques Thierry and Will Schellinks saw fencing on the stage at this theatre (Seaton, Literary Relationships, pp. 334, 336)

Performances

Event Comment: This play was seen by Jacques Thierry and Will Schellinks (Seaton, Literary Relationships, pp. 334, 336). The company may have been Jolly's, but it may also have been the King's temporarily acting there. See Sprague, Beaumont and Fletcher, p. 22, and Hotson, Commonwealth and Restoration Stage, pp. 178-79

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Friar Bacon And Friar Bungay

Event Comment: This play was seen by Jacques Thierry and Will Schellinks (Seaton, Literary Relationships, pp. 334, 336), but no theatre is named. The most recent dated performance was given by the Duke's Company, 5 Dec. 1661

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Hamlet, Prince Of Denmark

Performances

Mainpiece Title: As You Like It

Performance Comment: Jacques-Sparks; Orlando-Smith; Touchstone-Shuter; Amiens (with the songs in character)-Lowe; Rosalind-Mrs Hamilton; other characters-[as usual; see17591121.as usual; see17591121.
Cast
Role: Jacques Actor: Sparks
Role: Orlando Actor: Smith
Role: Touchstone Actor: Shuter
Role: Amiens Actor: Lowe
Role: Rosalind Actor: Mrs Hamilton
Role: other characters Actor:

Afterpiece Title: The Fair

Performances

Mainpiece Title: I Rivali Delusi

Cast
Role: : Il Conte di Belfiore Actor: Bartolini
Role: Masotto Actor: Franchi
Role: Titta Actor: Tasca
Role: Mingotto Actor: Schinotti
Role: La Contessa Actor: Sga Catenacci
Role: Livietta Actor: Sga Schinotti
Role: Dorina Actor: Sga Rachele Dorta.

Dance: End of Act I a new ballet, composed for the occasion by D'Auberval, Pygmalion (taken from the Mono-drama of that name by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, with the original music composed by that very celebrated writer; the story founded on the fabulous account of Pygmalion animating his statue) by Lepicq, Vcstris (Jun.], Mme Rossi, Mme Theodore; End of Opera will be revived Le Tuteur Trompe (composed by Lepicq) in which the following new dances: A new Pas de Deux by Lepicq and Mme Rossi, the latter in the character of Niaise; a Pas Seul by Mme Theodore; a Pas de Troit by Lepicq, Mme Rossi, Zuchelli; an entirely new Pas de Deux by Vestris [Jun.] and Mme Theodore; a Pas Seul by Slingsby; a Pas Seul, entirely new, by Vestris [Jun.]; to conclude with the Sequdilla and Fandango by Lepicq and Mme Rossi. N. B. In the same ballet will be introduced a Minuet, composed by Barthelemon for the Prince of Wales, and an Allemande in the French stile, both by Lepicq and Mme Rossi

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Love Makes A Man

Performance Comment: Cholerick-Jones; Charino-Hallam; Duart-Winstone; Sancho-Cole; Jacques-Lee, from DL; Clodio-Stonecastle; Charles-Machen; Page-Master Norsa; Louisa-Mrs Steele; Elvira-Mrs Peterson; Angelina-Miss Robinson .
Cast
Role: Cholerick Actor: Jones
Role: Charino Actor: Hallam
Role: Duart Actor: Winstone
Role: Sancho Actor: Cole
Role: Jacques Actor: Lee, from DL
Role: Clodio Actor: Stonecastle
Role: Charles Actor: Machen
Role: Page Actor: Master Norsa
Role: Louisa Actor: Mrs Steele
Role: Elvira Actor: Mrs Peterson
Role: Angelina Actor: Miss Robinson

Afterpiece Title: The Covent Garden Tragedy

Cast
Role: Mother Punchbowl Actor: Jones
Role: Lovegirlo Actor: Machen
Role: Kissinda Actor: Mrs Steele
Role: Stormandra Actor: Mrs Ferguson

Dance: By Le Sac, from DL

Song: By E. Roberts, from DL

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Love Makes A Man

Performance Comment: Charles-Mrs Charke; Clodio-Bardin; Charino-Jones; Antonio-Dove; Duart-Lacy; Governor-Houghton; Manuel-Walker; Jacques-Whittaker; Lawyer-Machen; Sancho-Lowder; Monsieur-Simpson; Page-Master Littleton; Louisa-Mrs Mullart; Angelina-Mrs Bennet; Elvira-Mrs Morgan; Honoria-Mrs Brett; Lewis-Morgan .
Cast
Role: Charles Actor: Mrs Charke
Role: Clodio Actor: Bardin
Role: Charino Actor: Jones
Role: Antonio Actor: Dove
Role: Duart Actor: Lacy
Role: Governor Actor: Houghton
Role: Manuel Actor: Walker
Role: Jacques Actor: Whittaker
Role: Lawyer Actor: Machen
Role: Sancho Actor: Lowder
Role: Monsieur Actor: Simpson
Role: Page Actor: Master Littleton
Role: Louisa Actor: Mrs Mullart
Role: Angelina Actor: Mrs Bennet
Role: Elvira Actor: Mrs Morgan
Role: Honoria Actor: Mrs Brett
Role: Lewis Actor: Morgan

Afterpiece Title: The Stage Mutineers

Cast
Role: Crambo Actor: Boothby
Role: Mrs Squeamish Actor: Mrs Talbot
Role: Pistol Actor: Aston
Role: Truncheon Actor: Mullart
Role: Jack Comic Actor: Walker
Role: 1st Manager Actor: Lacy
Role: 2d Actor: Machen
Role: Wardrobe Keeper Actor: Littleton
Role: Mons Coupee Actor: Lowder
Role: Housekeeper Actor: Williams
Role: Mr Crotchet Actor: Mullart
Role: Mrs Haughty Actor: Mrs Charke
Role: Miss Lovemode Actor: Miss Brett

Dance: Tambourine by Miss Rogers

Song: Roast Beef Song by Mullart

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Love Makes A Man

Performance Comment: As17351119, but Sancho-Mechlin; Jacques-Oates .
Cast
Role: Sancho Actor: Mechlin
Role: Jacques Actor: Oates
Role: Carlos Actor: Milward
Role: Clodio Actor: Cibber
Role: Antonio Actor: Shepard
Role: Charino Actor: Griffin
Role: Manuel Actor: Turbutt
Role: Governor Actor: Winstone
Role: Duart Actor: Berry
Role: Monsieur Actor: Sal way
Role: Jaques Actor: Jones
Role: Angelina Actor: Miss Holliday
Role: Elvira Actor: Mrs Butler
Role: Louisa Actor: Mrs Charke
Role: Honoria Actor: Miss Mann
Role: Cholerick Actor: Miller

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Restor'd

Cast
Role: Flash Actor: Este
Role: Tragedy Actor: Raftor and Mrs Cantrell
Role: Comedy Actor: Turbutt and Mrs Bennet
Role: Squire Flash Actor: Taylor
Role: John Trot Actor: Hough
Role: Longbib the Vintner Actor: Salway
Role: Park Centinel Actor: Fife
Role: Harlequin Actor: Le Brun
Role: Colombine Actor: Miss Mann
Role: Enchanter Actor: Salway
Role: Auctioneer Actor: Rainton
Role: Prentice Actor: Rosamond
Role: Park Keeper Actor: Gray
Role: Kate Sutler Actor: Beckham
Role: Ballad Singers Actor: Salway, Mrs Pritchard
Role: Drawers Actor: Roberts, Towers
Role: Milkmaids Actor: Mrs Walter, Mrs PelUng, Mrs Anderson, Miss Brett
Role: Mlle La Modestie Actor: Harlequin Phillips
Role: Mons Flip Flap Actor: Towers
Role: Mons Somerset Actor: Roberts
Role: Mons Roundall Actor: Hough

Dance: I: By Mlle Anne Roland. II: English Maggot by Villeneuve and Mrs Walter. III: Rover, as17360214

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Love Makes A Man; Or, The Fop's Fortune

Performance Comment: Cholerick-Mills; Carlos-Milward; Clodio-Cibber; Antonio-Harper; Charino-Griffin; Duart-Wright; Manuel-Turbutt; Governor-Havard; Sancho-Macklin; Jacques-Cross; Louisa-Mrs Roberts; Elvira-Mrs Butler; Angelina-Mrs Mills; Honoria-Mrs Bennet.
Cast
Role: Cholerick Actor: Mills
Role: Carlos Actor: Milward
Role: Clodio Actor: Cibber
Role: Antonio Actor: Harper
Role: Charino Actor: Griffin
Role: Duart Actor: Wright
Role: Manuel Actor: Turbutt
Role: Governor Actor: Havard
Role: Sancho Actor: Macklin
Role: Jacques Actor: Cross
Role: Louisa Actor: Mrs Roberts
Role: Elvira Actor: Mrs Butler
Role: Angelina Actor: Mrs Mills
Role: Honoria Actor: Mrs Bennet.

Afterpiece Title: The Virgin Unmask'd

Cast
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Blister Actor: Harper
Role: Coupee Actor: Mechlin
Role: Goodwill Actor: Turbutt
Role: Thomas Actor: Raftor
Role: Quaver Actor: Beard.

Dance: Muilment

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Pilgrim

Performance Comment: Pedro-Milward; Alphonso-Johnson; Roderigo-Quin; Curio-Cross; Seberto-Ridout; Pilgrim-Woodburn; Jacques-Turbutt; Lopez-Shepard; Mad Englishman-Winstone; Mad Scholar-Havard; Mad Priest-Raftor; Mad Taylor-Woodward; Mad Welchman-Macklin; Master of sadhouse-Furnival; Keeper-Marshall; Alinda-Mrs Mills; Juletta-Mrs Pritchard; In which will be introduced the Original Mad Dialogue set to Musick by Mr H. Purcell-Beard, Mrs Clive.
Cast
Role: Pedro Actor: Milward
Role: Alphonso Actor: Johnson
Role: Roderigo Actor: Quin
Role: Curio Actor: Cross
Role: Seberto Actor: Ridout
Role: Pilgrim Actor: Woodburn
Role: Jacques Actor: Turbutt
Role: Lopez Actor: Shepard
Role: Mad Englishman Actor: Winstone
Role: Mad Scholar Actor: Havard
Role: Mad Priest Actor: Raftor
Role: Mad Taylor Actor: Woodward
Role: Mad Welchman Actor: Macklin
Role: Master of sadhouse Actor: Furnival
Role: Keeper Actor: Marshall
Role: Alinda Actor: Mrs Mills
Role: Juletta Actor: Mrs Pritchard
Role: Purcell Actor: Beard, Mrs Clive.

Afterpiece Title: Colombine Courtezan

Cast
Role: Old Woman Actor: Turbutt
Role: Maid Actor: Miss Wilson.
Role: Pierot Actor: Poitier
Role: Harlequin Actor: Phillips
Role: Spaniard Actor: Beard
Role: Colombine Actor: Mrs Clive.

Dance: II: Flanderkins-Master Ferg, Miss Wright; III: Drunken Peasant-Philips; IV: Grand Dance-Mlle Roland

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Pilgrim

Performance Comment: Pedro-Milward; Roderigo-Quin; Alphonso-Johnson; Alinda-Mrs Mills; Juletta-Mrs Pritchard; Mad Scholar-Havard; Mad Englishman-Winstone; Mad Welshman-Reed; Mad Taylor-Woodward; Mad Priest-Raftor; Old Pilgrim-Woodburn; Drunken Servant-Ray; Stuttering Servant-Yates; Lopez-Shepard; Jacques-Turbutt; Curio-Cashell; Seberto-Ridout; Master of Madhouse-Taswell; Keeper-Marshall.
Cast
Role: Pedro Actor: Milward
Role: Roderigo Actor: Quin
Role: Alphonso Actor: Johnson
Role: Alinda Actor: Mrs Mills
Role: Juletta Actor: Mrs Pritchard
Role: Mad Scholar Actor: Havard
Role: Mad Englishman Actor: Winstone
Role: Mad Welshman Actor: Reed
Role: Mad Taylor Actor: Woodward
Role: Mad Priest Actor: Raftor
Role: Old Pilgrim Actor: Woodburn
Role: Drunken Servant Actor: Ray
Role: Stuttering Servant Actor: Yates
Role: Lopez Actor: Shepard
Role: Jacques Actor: Turbutt
Role: Curio Actor: Cashell
Role: Seberto Actor: Ridout
Role: Master of Madhouse Actor: Taswell
Role: Keeper Actor: Marshall.

Afterpiece Title: Robin Goodfellow

Cast
Role: Slouch Actor: Hough.

Dance: I: Drunken Peasant-Master Ferg; II: L'Allamande-Mlle Chateauneuf

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Love Makes A Man

Performance Comment: As17411002, but Clodie-Woodward; Sancho-Vaughan; Monsieur-Stoppelaer; Jacques-Smith; Angelina-Mrs Hale.
Cast
Role: Clodie Actor: Woodward
Role: Sancho Actor: Vaughan
Role: Monsieur Actor: Stoppelaer
Role: Jacques Actor: Smith
Role: Angelina Actor: Mrs Hale.
Role: Charles Actor: Hale
Role: Lewis Actor: Hippisley
Role: Duart Actor: Ryan
Role: Elvira Actor: Mrs Stevens
Role: Antonio Actor: Mullart
Role: Charino Actor: James
Role: Manuel Actor: Gibson
Role: Governor Actor: Rosco
Role: Jaques Actor: Stevens
Role: Honoria Actor: Miss Burgess
Role: Louisa Actor: Mrs Horton.

Afterpiece Title: Perseus and Andromeda

Performances

Mainpiece Title: As You Like It

Performance Comment: As17420309 but Jacques-Cross; Epilogue to the Memory of Milward-_.
Cast
Role: Jacques Actor: Cross
Role: Duke Sen. Actor: Ridout
Role: Frederick Actor: Winstone
Role: Orlando Actor: Mills
Role: LeBeau Actor: Woodburn
Role: Charles Actor: Raftor
Role: William Actor: Ray
Role: Milward Actor: Cibber.
Role: Duke Senior Actor: Mills
Role: Duke Frederick Actor: Ward
Role: Jaques Actor: Cibber
Role: Amiens Actor: Lowe
Role: Touchstone Actor: Macklin
Role: Oliver Actor: Havard
Role: Adam Actor: Berry
Role: Silvius Actor: Green
Role: Phebe Actor: Miss Bennet
Role: Le Beau Actor: Ridout
Role: Jaques de Bois Actor: Turbutt
Role: Corin Actor: Taswell
Role: Audrey Actor: Mrs Egerton
Role: Celia Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Rosalind Actor: Mrs Woffington
Role: Arne Actor:
Role: as originally, Actor: Lowe, Mrs Clive.

Afterpiece Title: The Virgin Unmasked

Cast
Role: Miss Lucy Actor: Mrs Clive.

Dance: I: Les Jardiniers Suedois-the Mechels; II: A Grand Ball Dance-Mechel Sen, Mechel Jr, Mlle Mechel; IV: The Cuckow Dance-the Mechels; V: The German Hussar-the Mechels

Song: III: Song-Beard