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Event Comment: Never perform'd before. All the Characters new dressed. [By James Dance, adapted from Richardson's novel.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Giffard.
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Rehearsal

Performance Comment: Bayes-a Gentleman; an occasional Epilogue in the character of Bays-James Dance; see17450312; With an additional Re-inforcement of Mr Bayes's new rais'd Troops- (General Advertiser).
Event Comment: Afterpiece [1st time; BALL. P 2, by James Byrn. Synopsis of action, somewhat enlarged from that on playbill (H. Macleish, 1794)]: The Music partly new by Shield, and partly selected from Haydn, Mazzinghi, Gluck, Baumgarten, Gretry, Martin? y Soler, Dezede, Eley. With a new Overture for a Double Orchestra composed by Reeve. The Scenery, Machinery, Dresses and Decorations are entirely New. The Scenery painted by Hodgins, Walmsley, Phillips and Lupino Jun., assisted by Hollogan, Byrn, &c. The Dresses chiefly designed by Lupino Sen., and executed under the direction of Dick. "This ballet [is] the most magnificent exhibited on the English stage for many years" (Universal Magazine, Nov. 1794, p. 378). Receipts: #136 13s. 6d. (123.12.6; 13.1.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Fair Penitent

Cast
Role: Sciolto Actor: Farren
Role: Lothario Actor: Holman
Role: Altamont Actor: Middleton
Role: Rossano Actor: Claremont
Role: Horatio Actor: Pope
Role: Lavinia Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Lucilla Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Calista Actor: Miss Wallis.

Afterpiece Title: Hercules and Omphale

Performance Comment: Morning Chronicle, 19 Nov., notes that the Principal parts-Incledon, Quick, Munden, Fawcett, Mrs Martyr, Mrs Mountain; Part I. The Piece commences with a View of Omphale's Palace; Omphale, Queen of Lydia, seated on her Throne, surrounded by Virgins--The Princes of Dacia and Mycoene send Ambassadors, each demanding her hand in marriage--then follows the Magnificent Entry of the Two Princes; Dacians: Dacian Soldiers bearing Spears, Trophies of Armour, Egyptians bearing Presents, Musician, Dacian Officers with Trophies, The Prince of Dacia borne in a Triumphal Car drawn by War-Horses in compleat Armour. Mycoeneans: Mycoenean Officers with Swords and Shields, Armour Bearer, Women bearing Presents, Numidians with Presents, Martial Music, The Prince of Mycoene drawn in a Triumphal Car by Horses richly caparisoned. The Procession over, a Pyrrhic Dance takes place, when Thunder is heard--Jove's Eagle descends, bearing a Festoon with this inscription, "Hercules is doomed the Slave of Omphale"--Hercules enters cloathed in the hide of Nemean Lion, attended by Iolaus--he offers Presents to Omphale--she receives them with tenderness-The Princes renew their suit, which she rejects, after which Omphale, Hercules, and the Princes retire different ways. Omphale in the absence of Hercules orders her +Nymphs to prepare for the Chace. This is succeeded by The Cave of Cacus. This famous Robber (a monster with three heads) who had desolated the adjacent country, hearing the sound of horns, lays in wait for his prey--the rival Princes are seen passing thro' the trees--Omphale and her train appear returning from the Chace--The Princes retire and plan to seize her-Cacus enters and forces her into the cave--the Princes with their Attendants attempt to seize Hercules, who for some time defends himself against their united force; nearly va quished he prays to Jupiter, when a Storm arises, thunder, lightning, hail, fire, and massey stones are seen to descend--Hercules gains the Mouth of the Cavern, and thus defends himself from the Storm and his Assailants--Screams are heard within the Cavern--the Prince of Dacia bearing off Omphale, the Prince of Mycoene forces her from him, and after slaying the Prince of Dacia, escapes with his conquest--the Tempest ceases--Hercules and Cacus come from the Cave, a Combat ensues, in which Hercules vanquishes the Robber--He then pursues the Prince of Mycoene, and is informed by Iolaus, that Omphale is shut up in the city of Mycoene--Catapultas, Battering Rams, are prepared, and the Scene changes to The Town and Fortifications of Mycoene. Hercules at the head of his Army summons it to surrender--the Prince brings Omphale on the Battlements bound in Chains-The Battering Ram and all the Implements of War are brought in Action against the City--the Besieged defend themselves by hurling huge stones on the heads of their Assailants--the Soldiers form the Tortoise back with their shields, by which Hercules mounts the walls--his Army enter the city with Firebrands--Hercules bears away the gates upon his shoulders--the City is seen in flames--Hercules pursues the Prince to the summit of a Mountain, seizes and dashes him into the Sea--he releases Omphale, and bears her off in triumph. Part II. A Magnificent Hall in Omphale's Palace. Hercules enters with Omphale, fatigued with the toils of Battle, she leaves him to repose--when asleep, Omphale returns, and kneeling to a Statue of Cupid, the Figure receives animation--She implores him to inspire the breast of Hercules with Love-Cupid changes the Club of Hercules for a Shepherd's Brook, his Arrows to Wreaths of Roses--Cupid calls on the Pleasures--their train surround the Sopha of Hercules, bearing Vases, Medallions, Baskets of Flowers, Wreaths of Roses--They form a groupe--when Cupid brings forth Omphale and places her by his side--He then waves his Bow and discovers The Garden of Love, in which Juno, attended by Mercury and Hymen, descend the Stage, and Clouds dispersing, discover The Temple of Juno. Juno joins the hands of Hercules and Omphale, and orders Hymen to prepare the Marriage Ceremony. This is succeeded by a Brand Hymeneal Procession: Four Amazons with Bows and Arrows, Four Nymphs bearing two Cornucopias, Four Giants bearing Rocks, Two White Bulls decorated for Sacrifice, Eight Priestesses bearing Instruments of Sacrifice, Twelve Children playing on Lutes, Harps, The Altar drawn by White Bulls richly decorated, Sixteen Priests of the Temple of Juno, The High Priest. After which the Ceremony commences--this is interspersed With Dances by Nymphs, Graces, Love. Hymen joins their Hands--the Cupids crown them with Wreaths, and the Piece concludes.
Cast
Role: notes that the Principal parts Actor: Incledon, Quick, Munden, Fawcett, Mrs Martyr, Mrs Mountain
Role: The Prince of Dacia borne in a Triumphal Car drawn Actor: Horses in compleat Armour. Mycoeneans: Mycoenean Officers with Swords and Shields, Armour Bearer, Women bearing Presents, Numidians with Presents, Martial Music, The Prince of Mycoene drawn in a Triumphal Car by Horses richly caparisoned. The Procession over, a Pyrrhic Dance takes place, when Thunder is heard--Jove's Eagle descends, bearing a Festoon with this inscription, "Hercules is doomed the Slave of Omphale"--Hercules enters cloathed in the hide of Nemean Lion, attended by Iolaus--he offers Presents to Omphale--she receives them with tenderness-The Princes renew their suit, which she rejects, after which Omphale, Hercules, and the Princes retire different ways. Omphale in the absence of Hercules orders her +Nymphs to prepare for the Chace. This is succeeded by The Cave of Cacus. This famous Robber
Role: she receives them with tenderness Actor: The Princes renew their suit, which she rejects, after which Omphale, Hercules, and the Princes retire different ways. Omphale in the absence of Hercules orders her +Nymphs to prepare for the Chace. This is succeeded by The Cave of Cacus. This famous Robber
Role: The Princes retire and plan to seize her Actor: Cacus enters and forces her into the cave--the Princes with their Attendants attempt to seize Hercules, who for some time defends himself against their united force
Role: the Prince brings Omphale on the Battlements bound Actor: The Battering Ram and all the Implements of War are brought in Action against the City--the Besieged defend themselves by hurling huge stones on the heads of their Assailants--the Soldiers form the Tortoise back with their shields, by which Hercules mounts the walls--his Army enter the city with Firebrands--Hercules bears away the gates upon his shoulders--the City is seen in flames--Hercules pursues the Prince to the summit of a Mountain, seizes and dashes him into the Sea--he releases Omphale, and bears her off in triumph. Part II. A Magnificent Hall in Omphale's Palace. Hercules enters with Omphale, fatigued with the toils of Battle, she leaves him to repose--when asleep, Omphale returns, and kneeling to a Statue of Cupid, the Figure receives animation--She implores him to inspire the breast of Hercules with Love-Cupid changes the Club of Hercules for a Shepherd's Brook, his Arrows to Wreaths of Roses--Cupid calls on the Pleasures--their train surround the Sopha of Hercules, bearing Vases, Medallions, Baskets of Flowers, Wreaths of Roses--They form a groupe--when Cupid brings forth Omphale and places her by his side--He then waves his Bow and discovers The Garden of Love, in which Juno, attended by Mercury and Hymen, descend the Stage, and Clouds dispersing, discover The Temple of Juno. Juno joins the hands of Hercules and Omphale, and orders Hymen to prepare the Marriage Ceremony. This is succeeded by a Brand Hymeneal Procession: Four Amazons with Bows and Arrows, Four Nymphs bearing two Cornucopias, Four Giants bearing Rocks, Two White Bulls decorated for Sacrifice, Eight Priestesses bearing Instruments of Sacrifice, Twelve Children playing on Lutes, Harps, The Altar drawn by White Bulls richly decorated, Sixteen Priests of the Temple of Juno, The High Priest. After which the Ceremony commences--this is interspersed With Dances by Nymphs, Graces, Love. Hymen joins their Hands--the Cupids crown them with Wreaths, and the Piece concludes.
Role: She implores him to inspire the breast of Hercules Actor: Cupid changes the Club of Hercules for a Shepherd's Brook, his Arrows to Wreaths of Roses--Cupid calls on the Pleasures--their train surround the Sopha of Hercules, bearing Vases, Medallions, Baskets of Flowers, Wreaths of Roses--They form a groupe--when Cupid brings forth Omphale and places her by his side--He then waves his Bow and discovers The Garden of Love, in which Juno, attended by Mercury and Hymen, descend the Stage, and Clouds dispersing, discover The Temple of Juno. Juno joins the hands of Hercules and Omphale, and orders Hymen to prepare the Marriage Ceremony. This is succeeded by a Brand Hymeneal Procession: Four Amazons with Bows and Arrows, Four Nymphs bearing two Cornucopias, Four Giants bearing Rocks, Two White Bulls decorated for Sacrifice, Eight Priestesses bearing Instruments of Sacrifice, Twelve Children playing on Lutes, Harps, The Altar drawn by White Bulls richly decorated, Sixteen Priests of the Temple of Juno, The High Priest. After which the Ceremony commences--this is interspersed With Dances by Nymphs, Graces, Love. Hymen joins their Hands--the Cupids crown them with Wreaths, and the Piece concludes.
Related Works
Related Work: Hercules and Omphale Author(s): James Byrne
Event Comment: [Cast taken from 1st edn. The bill merely lists actors and notes "With proper Music, Scenes, and Decorations. Never acted before." It mentions no Prologue or Epilogue.] This Masque was wrote about eleven years ago, by Mr Malet & Mr Thomson, & play'd in the Garden at Clifden before the P. of Wales &c.--Mr Malet has now alter'd it, & it was play'd with great Applause, only some of the Dances, being too long were dislik'd, & some of the Songs had ye same reception (Cross). Receipts: #180 (Cross)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Alfred, A Masque

Performance Comment: Alfred-Garrick; Earl of Devon-Lee; Hermit-Berry; Edwin-Burton; Corin-Blakes; Danish King-Sowdon; First Dane-Palmer; Eltruda-Miss Bellamy; Emma-Mrs Bennet; Vocal Parts-Mrs Clive, Miss Norris, Beard, Reinhold, Wilder, Master Vernon; Second Dane-Mozeen; Shepherdess-Miss Minors; Dances-Devisse, Mad Auretti, Mathews, Madam Camargo; Prologue-Garrick; Epilogue-Mrs Clive.
Cast
Role: Alfred Actor: Garrick
Role: Earl of Devon Actor: Lee
Role: Hermit Actor: Berry
Role: Edwin Actor: Burton
Role: Corin Actor: Blakes
Role: Danish King Actor: Sowdon
Role: First Dane Actor: Palmer
Role: Eltruda Actor: Miss Bellamy
Role: Emma Actor: Mrs Bennet
Role: Vocal Parts Actor: Mrs Clive, Miss Norris, Beard, Reinhold, Wilder, Master Vernon
Role: Second Dane Actor: Mozeen
Role: Shepherdess Actor: Miss Minors
Role: Dances Actor: Devisse, Mad Auretti, Mathews, Madam Camargo
Role: Prologue Actor: Garrick
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Clive.
Related Works
Related Work: Alfred, a Masque Author(s): James Thomson
Related Work: Alfred the Great, King of England Author(s): James Thomson
Event Comment: Full Prices. Afterpiece: A Pantomimic dance by Love (Biographia Dramatica). Much followed and brought several crowded houses, and the success chiefly owing to the reports our newspapers were, at that time, daily filled with, of the French wild Beast that was devouring (and yet pursued by) children. This wild beast was happily introduced in this pantomime, pursued by boys led on by a Frenchman. At last the Beast made his Re-entry, and ran across the stage with the poor Frenchman in his mouth, to the great joy of the Pit, Box and Galleries (Victor, History of Theatres, III, 72). Dorilas for the first time by Mr Cautherly--very decent, but wanted spirit. This pantomime is fathered by Mr Lowe [?]--went off with applause, --Mr Garrick made most of the Business to it, which is very good (Hopkins Diary). [Letter from C. V. Theatricus on ladies' removing their hats in the theatre. A Gentleman had requested it and a debate ensued in the Public Advertiser, as to whether he wished to see the play better or to gaze more audaciously on many pretty faces. Long letter also from G. F. Theatricus to the Public Advertiser, commenting on the excellence of Powell, Mrs Yates, Holland, the Palmers, Cautherly and Bensley for their performance in Venice Preserved, Romeo and Juliet, and Mahomet respectively.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Merope

Cast
Role: Dorilas Actor: Cautherley
Role: Polyphontes Actor: Havard
Role: Euricles Actor: Lee
Role: Erox Actor: Burton
Role: High Priest Actor: Bransby
Role: Narbas Actor: Packer
Role: Ismene Actor: Miss Plym
Role: Merope Actor: Mrs Pritchard
Role: Procession Actor:
Role: Sacrifice Actor: .

Afterpiece Title: The Hermit; or, Harlequin at Rhodes

Performance Comment: Harlequin-Rooker; Hermit-Kear; Clown-Ackman; Colombine-Miss Baker; Pantaloon-Grimaldi; Others-Dodd, Parsons, Castle, Moody, Johnston, Keen, Watkins, West, Mrs Vincent, Mrs Bradshaw; The Dances-Aldridge, Sg Giorgi, Sga Giorgi, Tassoni.
Related Works
Related Work: The Hermit; or, Harlequin at Rhodes Author(s): James Love
Event Comment: [Mainpiece in place of The Recruiting Officer, announced on playbill of 12 Oct.] Afterpiece [1st time; P 2(?), by James Messink. Not in Larpent MS; synopsis of action in London Chronicle, 15 Oct.]: The Scenes partly new and partly compiled from Rich's Pantomimes [i.e. The Rape of Proserpine, Perseus and Andromeda, Apollo and Daphne, all three written by Lewis Theobald (Morning Chronicle, 15 Oct.)]. The new Music by Dibdin. The new Scenes painted by Carver

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Know Your Own Mind

Cast
Role: Millamour Actor: Lewis
Role: Malvil Actor: Wroughton
Role: Bygrove Actor: Aickin
Role: Sir Harry Lizard Actor: Whitfield
Role: Sir John Actor: Fearon
Role: Bygrove Actor: Booth
Role: Dashwou'd Actor: Lee Lewes
Role: Miss Neville Actor: Miss Leeson
Role: Mrs Bromley Actor: Mrs Jackson
Role: Lady Jane Actor: Mrs Morton
Role: La Rouge Actor: Miss Ambrose
Role: Lady Bell Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Afterpiece Title: The Medley; or, Harlequin At-All

Related Works
Related Work: The Escapes of Harlequin by Sea and Land; or, Columbine Made Happy at Last Author(s): James Thurmond
Related Work: The Medley; or, Harlequin At-All Author(s): James Messink

Dance: Afterpiece: The dances-Aldridge, Dagueville, Miss Valois. [These were danced, as here assigned, in all subsequent Performances.

Performance Comment: [These were danced, as here assigned, in all subsequent Performances.]
Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; CO 3, by James Cobb. Larpent MS 961; not published; synopsis of plot in Universal Magazine, Nov. 1792, p. 393]: The Scenes entirely new, designed and executed by Greenwood. With new Dresses and Decorations. The Music composed principally by Storace, with a few Pieces selected from Anfossi, Bianchi and [La Bella Pescatrice, by] Guglielmi. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. The Doors to be opened at 5:15. To begin at 6:15 [see 15 Apr. 1793]. "The dialogue of operas now a days is thought of little consequence, and in this instance, the author has certainly strictly adhered to that opinion; however, by the aid of Painter, Composer, Taylor and Performers [The Pirates] will certainly long continue to attract admiration" (Thespian Magazine, Jan. 1793, p. 169). Receipts: #359 10s. 6d. (336.6.6; 23.0.0; 0.4.0)

Performances

Afterpiece Title: Katharine and Petruchio

Cast
Role: Biondello Actor: Benson.
Role: Petruchio Actor: Palmer
Role: Baptista Actor: Packer
Role: Hortensio Actor: Bland
Role: Grumio Actor: Baddeley
Role: Music Master Actor: Fawcett
Role: Pedro Actor: Phillimore
Role: Taylor Actor: Burton
Role: Joseph Actor: Webb
Role: Katharine Actor: Mrs Goodall
Role: Bianca Actor: Miss Tidswell
Role: Curtis Actor: Mrs Booth
Role: Milliner Actor: Miss Palmer.

Dance: The Dances (composed by D'Egville)-Hamoir, D'Egville, Master D'Egville, Miss Prevot, Miss Menage, Miss Phillips, the Miss D'Egvilles. [These were danced, as here assigned, in all subsequent performances until 8 Apr. 1793.

Performance Comment: [These were danced, as here assigned, in all subsequent performances until 8 Apr. 1793.]
Related Works
Related Work: Alexander the Great; or, The Conquest of Persia Author(s): James D'Egville

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Afterpiece Title: Lethe; or, Aesop in the Shades

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Afterpiece Title: Lethe

Cast
Role: Aesop Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Charon Actor: Julian
Role: Attorney Actor: Paget
Role: Frenchman Actor: Blakes
Role: Irishman Actor: Yates
Role: Beau Actor: Peterson
Role: Mercury Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Drunken Man Actor: Giffard
Role: 1st Lady Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: 2nd Lady Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Thomas Actor: Crofts
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Hippisley
Role: into which will be introduc'd a Song called The Actor:
Role: With Original Epilogue Actor: .

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Afterpiece Title: The Lying Valet

Cast
Role: Gayless Actor: Blakes
Role: Melissa Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Justice Gattle Actor: Paget
Role: Trippit Actor: Peterson
Role: Mrs Trippit Actor: Mrs Steele
Role: Mrs Gadabout Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Priscilla Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Patty Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Kitty Pry Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Dick Actor: Yates
Role: Lying Valet Actor: Garrick

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Afterpiece Title: The Devil to Pay

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Afterpiece Title: Lethe

Cast
Role: Aesop Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Charon Actor: Julian
Role: Attorney Actor: Paget
Role: Frenchman Actor: Blakes
Role: Irishman Actor: Yates
Role: Beau Actor: Peterson
Role: Mercury Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Drunken Man Actor: Giffard
Role: 1st Lady Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: 2nd Lady Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Thomas Actor: Crofts
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Hippisley
Role: into which will be introduc'd a Song called The Actor:

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Afterpiece Title: Sir John Cockle at Court

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pamela

Cast
Role: Belvile Actor: Giffard
Role: Jack Smatter Actor: Gentleman who acted King Richard
Role: Williams Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Longman Actor: Paget
Role: Colebrand Actor: Balkes
Role: Arnold Actor: Dunstall
Role: Andrews Actor: Peterson
Role: Lady Davers Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Mrs Jervis Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Mrs Jewkes Actor: Yates
Role: Robin Actor: Crofts
Role: Harry Actor: Julian
Role: Isaac Actor: Vaughan
Role: Benjamin Actor: Clough
Role: Arthur Actor: Naylor
Role: Jane Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Cicely Actor: Miss Medina
Role: Hannah Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Annice Actor: Mrs Bishop
Role: Pamela Actor: Mrs Giffard
Related Works
Related Work: Pamela Author(s): James Dance

Afterpiece Title: The School Boy

Cast
Role: School Boy Actor: Garrick
Role: Major Rakish Actor: Yates
Role: Young Rakish Actor: W. Giffard.

Dance: As17420213