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Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; T 5, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, adapted from Die Spanier in Peru, by August Friedrich Ferdinand von Kotzebue. Prologue by Richard Brinsley Sheridan (consisting of the 1st 30 lines and the concluding couplet of his Prologue to The Miniature Picture); Epilogue by the Hon. William Lamb (see text). For publication see 1 July]: The Scenery, Dresses, and Decorations entirely new. The Musick, Airs and Chorusses incidental to the Piece composed and selected [from Gluck, Sacchini, &c. (Morning Chronicle, 25 May)] by Kelly. The Symphony preceding the Play, and those between the Acts, composed for the occasion by Dussek. The Scenery designed and executed by Marinari, Greenwood? Jun</a>, Demaria, Banks, Blackmore, &c. [See Theatre Notebook, XX, 30-32, for suggestion that one scene was designed by DeLoutherbourg.] The Machinery, Decorations, and Dresses under the direction of Johnston, and executed by him, Underwood, and Gay. The Female Dresses designed and executed by Miss Rein. Account-Book, 14 May: Paid Miss Anne? Plumtree [i.e. Plumptree] for Spaniards in Peru #25. [It was this translation of Kotzebue's play that Sheridan adapted for the stage as Pizarro. For an account of the relationship between the translation and its adaptation see Marcella Gosch, "'Translators' of Kotzebue in England," Monatshefte fur deutschen Unterricht, XXXI, 178-83.] Paid Johnston [on this and other days] for sundries for Pizarro #135 14s. "It requires certainly more than English patience and spirits to sustain any Play of five hours in length. It is not one of the worst features of Pizarro that it contains a great deal which may be spared, without injury to the piece [see 25, 27 May]" (Morning Chronicle, 25 May). Receipts: #540 3s. 6d. (406.0.6; 17.5.0; 0.4.0; tickets sold by Fosbrook's Office: 116.14.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pizarro

Cast
Role: Ataliba Actor: Powell
Role: Rolla Actor: Kemble
Role: Alonzo Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Pizarro Actor: Barrymore
Role: Almagro Actor: Caulfield
Role: Gonzalo Actor: Wentworth
Role: Davilla Actor: Trueman
Role: Gomez Actor: Surmont
Role: Valverde Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Las Casas Actor: Aickin
Role: Diego Actor: Suett
Role: Orozembo Actor: Dowton
Role: Old Blind Man Actor: Cory
Role: Centinel Actor: Holland
Role: Peruvian Officer Actor: Archer
Role: Attendant Actor: Maddocks
Role: Boy Actor: Master Chatterley
Role: Soldiers Actor: Webb, Fisher, Evans, Chippendale
Role: Cora Actor: Mrs Jordan
Role: Elvira Actor: Mrs Siddons
Role: unassigned Actor: Russell, Wathen, Sparks, Ryder
Role: Prologue Actor: King
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Jordan.

Afterpiece Title: My Grandmother

Song: Vocal Parts-Kelly, Sedgwick, Dignum, Trueman, Danby, Brown, Cook, Tett, Caulfield Jun., Sawyer, Danby Jun., Aylmer, Willoughby, Bardoleau, Clark, Mead, Elliot, Ms Crouch, Ms DeCamp, Ms Stephens, Ms Leak, Ms Dufour, Ms Arne, Ms Menage, Ms Roffey, Ms Menage Jun., Ms Jackson, Ms Wentworth, Ms Chippendale, Ms Jacobs, Ms Butler, Ms Bowyer, Ms Williams, Ms Saunders, Ms Gaudry, Ms Benson, Mrs Illingworth, Mrs Coates

Performance Comment: , Sawyer, Danby Jun., Aylmer, Willoughby, Bardoleau, Clark, Mead, Elliot, Ms Crouch, Ms DeCamp, Ms Stephens, Ms Leak, Ms Dufour, Ms Arne, Ms Menage, Ms Roffey, Ms Menage Jun., Ms Jackson, Ms Wentworth, Ms Chippendale, Ms Jacobs, Ms Butler, Ms Bowyer, Ms Williams, Ms Saunders, Ms Gaudry, Ms Benson, Mrs Illingworth, Mrs Coates.
Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; T 5, by Joanna Baillie. "Adapted to the stage by J. P. Kemble" (note in his hand on Kemble playbill), Text in the author's A Series of Plays (T. Cadell Jun. and W. Davies, 1798). Prologue by the Hon. Francis North; Epilogue by Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire (Larpent MS 1287)]: The Scenery, Musick, Dresses, and Decorations entirely new. The Musick of the Third Act composed by Shaw [and sung by Sedgwick (Dramatic Censor, II, 162)] and of the Second and Fourth Acts by Kelly. The Scenes designed by Greenwood? Jun</a> and Capon, and executed by them, Banks, &c. The Dresses and Decorations designed by Johnston, and executed under his direction by Gay and Underwood. The Female Dresses designed and executed by Miss Rein. Receipts: #308 12s. 6d. (264.3.0; 43.15.6; 0.14.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: De Montfort

Cast
Role: De Montfort Actor: Kemble
Role: Rezenvelt Actor: Talbot
Role: Count Freberg Actor: Barrymore
Role: Jerome Actor: Dowton
Role: Manuel Actor: Powell
Role: Grimbald Actor: Caulfield
Role: Jane De Montfort Actor: Mrs Siddons
Role: Countess Freberg Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Abbess Actor: Mrs Crouch
Role: Nuns Actor: Miss DeCamp, Miss Stephens
Role: Maid Actor: Miss Tidswell
Role: unassigned Actor: Cory, Packer, Holland, Archer, Maddocks, Clarke, Sparks, Trueman, Surmont, Fisher, Chippendale, Ryder
Role: Prologue Actor: Mrs Powell
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Siddons.

Afterpiece Title: The Purse

Cast
Role: Will Steady Actor: Wathen
Role: Sally Actor: Miss Leak.

Song: Mainpiece: Vocal Parts-Sedgwick, Dignum, Danby, Wentworth, Maddocks, Evans, Cook, Danby Jun., Tett, Caulfield Jun., Sawyer, Aylmer, Willoughby, Bardoleau, Clark, Mead, Elliot, Ms Stephens, Ms Leak, Ms Arne, Ms Menage, Ms B. Menage, Ms Wentworth, Ms Roffey, Ms Jacobs, Ms Saunders, Ms Maddocks, Ms Bristow, Ms Butler, Ms Gawdry

Performance Comment: , Tett, Caulfield Jun., Sawyer, Aylmer, Willoughby, Bardoleau, Clark, Mead, Elliot, Ms Stephens, Ms Leak, Ms Arne, Ms Menage, Ms B. Menage, Ms Wentworth, Ms Roffey, Ms Jacobs, Ms Saunders, Ms Maddocks, Ms Bristow, Ms Butler, Ms Gawdry.
Event Comment: Mainpiece: With additions from Dryden. The Musick by Purcell and Dr Arne, and the new Airs and Chorusses by the late Linley Jun. Receipts: #186 7s. (136.9.6; 48.17.6; 1.0.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Tempest

Performance Comment: Prospero-Powell; Alonzo-Packer; Gonzalo-Maddocks; Ferdinand-Holland; Stephano-Bannister Jun.; Trincalo-Suett; Caliban-Sedgwick; Hippolito (1st time)-Miss DeCamp; Ariel-Mrs Bland; Miranda-Mrs Crouch; Dorinda (1st time)-Miss Mellon.
Cast
Role: Prospero Actor: Powell
Role: Alonzo Actor: Packer
Role: Gonzalo Actor: Maddocks
Role: Ferdinand Actor: Holland
Role: Stephano Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Trincalo Actor: Suett
Role: Caliban Actor: Sedgwick
Role: Hippolito Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Ariel Actor: Mrs Bland
Role: Miranda Actor: Mrs Crouch
Role: Dorinda Actor: Miss Mellon.

Afterpiece Title: The Humourist

Performance Comment: Sir Anthony Halfwit-Suett; Dabble-Bannister Jun.; Frolick-Hollingsworth; Beaumont-Caulfield; Mrs Matadore-Mrs Walcot; Diana-Miss Heard; Mrs Meddle-Miss Tidswell.
Cast
Role: Sir Anthony Halfwit Actor: Suett
Role: Dabble Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Frolick Actor: Hollingsworth
Role: Beaumont Actor: Caulfield
Role: Mrs Matadore Actor: Mrs Walcot
Role: Diana Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Mrs Meddle Actor: Miss Tidswell.

Song: Mainpiece: Vocal Parts-Dignum, Danby, Danby Jun., Cook, Evans, Fisher, Maddocks, Wentworth, Bardoleau, Willoughby, Elliot, Aylmer, Clarke, Mead, Dibble, Gallot, Caulfield Jun., Tett, Sawyer, Ms Arne, Ms Menage, Ms B. Menage, Ms Wentworth, Ms Roffey, Ms Maddocks, Ms Coates, Ms Jackson, Ms Gawdry, Ms Butler, Ms Benson, Ms Chippendale, Ms Saunders, Ms Jacobs; In V: Masque of Neptune and Amphitrite. Neptune-Caulfield, Amphitrite- Miss Leak

Performance Comment: , Cook, Evans, Fisher, Maddocks, Wentworth, Bardoleau, Willoughby, Elliot, Aylmer, Clarke, Mead, Dibble, Gallot, Caulfield Jun., Tett, Sawyer, Ms Arne, Ms Menage, Ms B. Menage, Ms Wentworth, Ms Roffey, Ms Maddocks, Ms Coates, Ms Jackson, Ms Gawdry, Ms Butler, Ms Benson, Ms Chippendale, Ms Saunders, Ms Jacobs; In V: Masque of Neptune and Amphitrite. Neptune-Caulfield, Amphitrite- Miss Leak.
Event Comment: [This was Vestris Jun.'s 1st appearance in England.] "Young Vestris astonished John Bull more by his agility than his grace, and some have been known to count the number of times he turned round like a tee-totum. This may be called les tours des jambes-not dancing' (Angelo, II, 320). "The theatre was brimful in expectation of Vestris. At the end of the second act he appeared; but with so much grace, agility, and strength, that the whole audience fell into convulsions of applause: the men thundered; the ladies, forgetting their delicacy and weakness, clapped with such vehemence, that seventeen broke their arms, sixty-nine sprained their wrists, and three cried bravo! bravissimo! so rashly, that they have not been able to utter so much as 'no' since, any more than both Houses of Parliament' (Walpole [17 Dec. 1780], XI, 340-41)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Ricimero

Cast
Role: assigns Vitige Actor: Roncaglia
Role: Rodoaldo Actor: Ansani.

Dance: End I: The Fortunate Escape, as17801125, but Mme _Simonet, Henry; End II: +Grand Serious Ballet (composed by Simonet)-Sg and Sga Zuchelli, Henry, Sga Crespi, Mlle Baccelli; to conclude with: Grand Chaconne-Vestris? Jun.; End III new ballet, Les Amans Surpris (composed by Simonet)-Sg and Sga Zuchelli, Henry, Mlle Baccelli, Vestris? Jun

Performance Comment: Jun.; End III new ballet, Les Amans Surpris (composed by Simonet)-Sg and Sga Zuchelli, Henry, Mlle Baccelli, Vestris? Jun.
Cast
Role: Les Amans Surpris Actor: Sg and Sga Zuchelli, Henry, Mlle Baccelli, Vestris? Jun.
Event Comment: Benefit for Vestris? Jun</a>. Opera: In 2 acts; the music by Piccinni, and conducted by Bianchi. With new Scenes painted by Novosielski. New Dresses and Decorations both for the Opera and Dances. Mme Simonet will this Evening reassume her station at the Opera House; but as she is not perfectly recovered from the consequences of her late Accidnet, she hopes for the indulgence of the Public, from whom she has already received so many flattering proofs of Approbation. Tickets, 10s. 6d., to be had of Vestris, No. 5, Leicester-street, Leicester-fields. "Last Thursday was the benefit of Vestris and son; the house could not receive and contain the multitudes that presented themselves. Their oblations amounted to fourteen hundred pounds" (Walpole [26 Feb. 1781], XI, 406)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Il Barone Di Torre Forte

Cast
Role: Armidoro Actor: Trebbi
Role: Barone Actor: Gherardi
Role: Serpina Actor: Sga Prudom
Role: Lucinda Actor: Sga Sestini.

Dance: End I: new Pastoral Ballet (composed by Simonet) The Country Diversions-Sg and Sga Zuchelli, Henry, Sga Crespi, Slingsby, Sga Tantini; and to finish with a grand Chaconne-Vestris? Jun

Performance Comment: Jun.

Ballet: End Opera: a new grand Pantomime Ballet in 3 acts (composed by Vestris Sen.) Ninette a la Cour. Sg Zuchelli, Sga Zuchelli, Henry, Sga Crespi, Mlle Baccelli, Vestris Jun., Mme Simonet, Vestris Sen. (1st appearance in England). Cast, with synopsis, from Public Advertiser, 26 Feb.: Nancy-Mlle Baccelli; Colas-Vestris Jun.; Prince-Vestris Sen.; Countess-Mme Simonet; Dancing@Master-Simonet; Mayor of the Town-Delpini; Peasants-Slingsby, Sga Tantini, Traffieri, 16 Figure Dancers; Lords-Zuchelli, Henry; Ladies-Sga Zuchelli, Sga Crespi; Huntsmen-; Captain of Life Guards-; Equerries-; Notaries-

Performance Comment: ) Ninette a la Cour. Sg Zuchelli, Sga Zuchelli, Henry, Sga Crespi, Mlle Baccelli, Vestris Jun., Mme Simonet, Vestris Sen. (1st appearance in England). Cast, with synopsis, from Public Advertiser, 26 Feb.: Nancy-Mlle Baccelli; Colas-Vestris Jun.; Prince-Vestris Sen.; Countess-Mme Simonet; Dancing@Master-Simonet; Mayor of the Town-Delpini; Peasants-Slingsby, Sga Tantini, Traffieri, 16 Figure Dancers; Lords-Zuchelli, Henry; Ladies-Sga Zuchelli, Sga Crespi; Huntsmen-; Captain of Life Guards-; Equerries-; Notaries-.
Cast
Role: Nancy Actor: Mlle Baccelli
Role: Colas Actor: Vestris Jun.
Role: Prince Actor: Vestris Sen.
Role: Countess Actor: Mme Simonet
Role: Dancing@Master Actor: Simonet
Role: Mayor of the Town Actor: Delpini
Role: Peasants Actor: Slingsby, Sga Tantini, Traffieri, 16 Figure Dancers
Role: Lords Actor: Zuchelli, Henry
Role: Ladies Actor: Sga Zuchelli, Sga Crespi
Role: Huntsmen Actor:
Role: Captain of Life Guards Actor:
Role: Equerries Actor:
Role: Notaries Actor: .
Event Comment: Benefit for Bannister Jun. Mainpiece: Not acted these 2 years. Afterpiece [1st time; F 2, probably based on Die Zwillingsbruder, by Friedrich Ludwig Schroder]: Written by the Author of The Castle-Spectre [Matthew Gregory Lewis]. With Songs [composer unknown. Larpent MS 1245; not published]. Morning Chronicle, 3 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Bannister Jun., No. 65, Gower-street, Bedford-square. Receipts: #599 3s. 6d. (315.3.6; 63.4.0; 0.1.0; odd money: 4.2.0; tickets: 216.13.0) (charge: #211 1s. 8d.)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Love For Love

Performance Comment: Sir Sampson Legend-King; Valentine-Kemble; Scandal-Barrymore; Tattle-R. Palmer; Ben-Bannister Jun.; Foresight-Suett; Jeremy-Wathen; Trapland-Hollingsworth; Angelica-Miss Biggs (1st appearance in that character); Mrs Foresight-Mrs Sparks; Mrs Frail-Miss Pope; Miss Prue-Mrs Jordan; Nurse-Miss Tidswell; Jenny-Mrs Jones.
Cast
Role: Sir Sampson Legend Actor: King
Role: Valentine Actor: Kemble
Role: Scandal Actor: Barrymore
Role: Tattle Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Ben Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Foresight Actor: Suett
Role: Jeremy Actor: Wathen
Role: Trapland Actor: Hollingsworth
Role: Angelica Actor: Miss Biggs
Role: Mrs Foresight Actor: Mrs Sparks
Role: Mrs Frail Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Miss Prue Actor: Mrs Jordan
Role: Nurse Actor: Miss Tidswell
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Jones.

Afterpiece Title: The Twins; or, Is It He, or his Brother

Performance Comment: . The Twins (with a Medley Prologue)-Bannister Jun.; the other Characters-Suett, R. Palmer, Dowton, Wewitzer, Wathen, Maddocks, Miss Mellon, Mrs Walcot, Miss DeCamp. [Cast from European Magazine, Apr. 1799, p. 258: Captain Melville-Bannister Jun.; Hezekiah Falkland (his twin)-Bannister Jun.; Tobias-Suett; Simon Sly-R. Palmer; Latitat-Dowton; Buckram-Wewitzer; Sparkle-Wathen; Bailiff-Maddocks; Lucy-Miss Mellon; Mrs Tabitha-Mrs Walcot; Charlotte Belmour-Miss DeCamp.]

Song: By permission of Dibdin End I: Advice; or, Old Mary and John-Bannister Jun; End II: The Country Club-Bannister Jun; III: Tom Tough-Bannister Jun

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

Performance Comment: ], 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 .
Event Comment: Benefit for Bannister Jun. [Author of 1st Prologue unknown. 2nd Prologue by James Cobb.] Public Advertiser, 31 Mar.: Tickets to be had of Bannister Jun., Frith-street, Soho. Receipts: #297 1s. 6d. (162.4.0; 13.13.6; 0.6.0; tickets: 120.18.0) (charge: #109 3s. 4d.)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Transformation; Or, The Manager An Actor In Spite Of Himself

Performance Comment: Clerville, Waiter, Hair@dresser, Musician, Machinist, Woman@dresser, Prompter, Poet, Publican-Bannister Jun.; Manager-Barrymore; Prologue-Bannister Jun.
Cast
Role: Publican Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Manager Actor: Barrymore
Role: Prologue Actor: Bannister Jun.

Afterpiece Title: The Strangers at Home

Cast
Role: Aldobrand Actor: Suett
Role: Alice Actor: Miss Collett
Role: Coupee Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Blister Actor: Suett
Role: Quaver Actor: Barrymore
Role: Goodwill Actor: Packer
Role: Thomas Actor: Phillimore
Role: Miss Lucy Actor: Mrs Jordan.

Afterpiece Title: The Humourist

Performance Comment: As17861213, but the Prologue-Bannister Jun.
Cast
Role: the Prologue Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Diana Actor: Mrs Ward.
Role: Frolick Actor: Baddeley.
Role: Sir Anthony Halfwit Actor: Parsons
Role: Beaumont Actor: Williames
Role: Blunt Actor: Alfred
Role: Dabble Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Mrs Meddle Actor: Mrs Wilson
Role: Jenny Actor: Miss Tidswell
Role: Mrs Matadore Actor: Mrs Hopkins.

Song: End 2nd piece: Stand to your Guns-Bannister

Entertainment: After Singing: various Imitations, Vocal and Rhetorical, -Bannister Jun

Event Comment: Benefit for Bannister Jun. Public Advertiser, 31 July: Tickets to be had of Bannister Jun., Frith-street, Soho. [Author of Prologue unknown.] 3rd piece [1st time; F 1, by James Cobb]. Public Advertiser, 24 Aug. 1787: This Day is published English Readings (1s.)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Transformation

Performance Comment: Cameleon-Bannister Jun.; Waiter-Bannister Jun.; Hair Dresser-Bannister Jun.; Musician-Bannister Jun.; Machinist-Bannister Jun.; Woman@dresser-Bannister Jun.; Prompter-Bannister Jun.; Publican-Bannister Jun.; Manager of the Fete-Johnson; Gentleman-R. Palmer; Prologue-Bannister Jun.

Afterpiece Title: The Spanish Barber

Performance Comment: As17870613 but Count Almaviva-Bannister Jun.
Cast
Role: Count Almaviva Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Mr Honeycomb Actor: Barrett
Role: Scribble Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Ledger Actor: Gardner
Role: Mrs Honeycomb Actor: Mrs Lefevre
Role: Nurse Actor: Mrs Love
Role: Polly Honeycomb Actor: Mrs Kemble

Afterpiece Title: English Readings

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Bannister Jun., Wewitzer, Burton, Barret, Lawrence, Moss, Miss Francis, Miss Brangin, Mrs Webb. [Cast from text (C. Dilly, 1787): Bob Bootekin-Bannister Jun.; Stately-Wewitzer; Spatula-Burton [in text: Johnson (see17870822)]; Dismal-Barret; Captain Wilmot-Lawrence; Bootekin-Moss; Charlotte-Miss Francis; Kitty-Miss Brangin; Mrs Poplin-Mrs Webb.
Cast
Role: Bob Bootekin Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Stately Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Spatula Actor: Burton
Role: Dismal Actor: Barret
Role: Captain Wilmot Actor: Lawrence
Role: Bootekin Actor: Moss
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Francis
Role: Kitty Actor: Miss Brangin
Role: Mrs Poplin Actor: Mrs Webb.

Dance: End: a Pas de Deux Provencale-the two Miss Simonets

Entertainment: In the course of the Evening's Entertainments various Imitations-Bannister Jun

Ballet: End 3rd piece: a grand dance, never performed, Gli Schiavi per Amore. Bastiano Amazzagatta-young D'Egville; Mons. Perruque-young Giorgi; Don Berticco-George D'Egville; Mad. Neri-Miss Blanchet; Glinda-Miss DeCamp

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Entertainments Of Music And Dancing

Dance: End III: an entire new Ballet (composed by Vestris Jun.) Les Folies d'Espagne- see17910610; (for that night only) Pas de Trois-Vestris Jun., Mlle Hilligsberg, Mlle Mozon; Pas Seul-Juber (principal dancer from France); a Pas de Deux-Juber, Mlle Mozon; conclude with Minuet de la Cour-as17910505Vestris Sen

Performance Comment: =) Les Folies d'Espagne- see17910610; (for that night only) Pas de Trois-Vestris Jun., Mlle Hilligsberg, Mlle Mozon; Pas Seul-Juber (principal dancer from France); a Pas de Deux-Juber, Mlle Mozon; conclude with Minuet de la Cour-as17910505Vestris Sen.

Ballet: End I: L'Amadriade. As17910517

Event Comment: Benefit for Bannister Jun</a>. Afterpiece: By permission of G. Colman@Jun. Esq. [i.e. the holder of the copyright]. Morning Herald, 3 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Bannister Jun., No. 2, Frith-street, Soho. Receipts: #486 17s. (227.2.6; 43.2.0; 2.2.0; tickets: 214.10.6) (charge: #126 0s. 6d.)

Performances

Afterpiece Title: The Agreeable Surprise

Performance Comment: Sir Felix Friendly-Suett; Compton-Bannister; Eugene-Dignum; Chicane-Benson; Lingo-Bannister Jun.; Thomas-Burton; John-Bland; Stump-Alfred; Cudden-Banks; Laura-Mrs Crouch; Mrs Cheshire-Mrs Edwin; Fringe-Mrs Edwards; Cowslip-Mrs Bland.
Cast
Role: Sir Felix Friendly Actor: Suett
Role: Compton Actor: Bannister
Role: Eugene Actor: Dignum
Role: Chicane Actor: Benson
Role: Lingo Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Thomas Actor: Burton
Role: John Actor: Bland
Role: Stump Actor: Alfred
Role: Cudden Actor: Banks
Role: Laura Actor: Mrs Crouch
Role: Mrs Cheshire Actor: Mrs Edwin
Role: Fringe Actor: Mrs Edwards
Role: Cowslip Actor: Mrs Bland.

Dance: As17921121, but The Dances-Miss _Prevot

Song: In the course of the Evening The Little Farthing Rushlight-Bannister Jun

Event Comment: Benefit for Bannister Jun. 1st piece: 1st Time at this Theatre. 2nd piece: By permission of G. Colman, Esq. [as owner of the copyright]. Morning Chronicle, 26 Mar.: Tickets to be had of Bannister Jun., No. 2, Frith-street, Soho. Receipts: #681 2s. (392.3.6; 57.18.0; 7.17.6; tickets: 223.3.0) (charge: #211 14s. 5d.)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Child Of Nature

Performance Comment: Duke Murcia-King; Marquis Almanza-Wroughton; Count Valentia-Bannister Jun.; Seville-Maddocks; Granada-Trueman; Peasant-Aickin; Marchioness Merida-Mrs Goodall; Amanthis-Mrs Jordan; An Occasional Address by Henry Bunbury, Esq.-Mrs Jordan. [This was spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances.]This was spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances.]
Cast
Role: Duke Murcia Actor: King
Role: Marquis Almanza Actor: Wroughton
Role: Count Valentia Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Seville Actor: Maddocks
Role: Granada Actor: Trueman
Role: Peasant Actor: Aickin
Role: Marchioness Merida Actor: Mrs Goodall
Role: Amanthis Actor: Mrs Jordan
Role: Actor: Mrs Jordan.

Afterpiece Title: The Agreeable Surprise

Performance Comment: Lingo (for that night only)-Bannister Jun.; Sir Felix Friendly-Suett; Compton-Bannister; Eugene-Dignum; Chicane-Phillimore; Laura-Miss Leak; Fringe-Miss DeCamp; Mrs Cheshire-Mrs Booth; Cowslip-Mrs Jordan (1st appearance in that character).
Cast
Role: Lingo Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Sir Felix Friendly Actor: Suett
Role: Compton Actor: Bannister
Role: Eugene Actor: Dignum
Role: Chicane Actor: Phillimore
Role: Laura Actor: Miss Leak
Role: Fringe Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Mrs Cheshire Actor: Mrs Booth
Role: Cowslip Actor: Mrs Jordan

Afterpiece Title: The Children in the Wood

Performance Comment: Sir Rowland-Barrymore; Lord Alford-Dignum; Walter-Bannister Jun.; Apathy-Suett; Gabriel-Benson; Oliver-Caulfield; Boy-Master Menage; Lady Helen-Miss DeCamp; Josephine-Miss Leak; Winifred-Mrs Booth; Girl-Miss Menage.
Cast
Role: Sir Rowland Actor: Barrymore
Role: Lord Alford Actor: Dignum
Role: Walter Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Apathy Actor: Suett
Role: Gabriel Actor: Benson
Role: Oliver Actor: Caulfield
Role: Boy Actor: Master Menage
Role: Lady Helen Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Josephine Actor: Miss Leak
Role: Winifred Actor: Mrs Booth
Role: Girl Actor: Miss Menage.

Song: In course 2nd piece: The Little Farthing Rushlight-Bannister Jun

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pizarro

Cast
Role: Ataliba Actor: Powell
Role: Rolla Actor: Kemble
Role: Alonzo Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Pizarro Actor: Barrymore
Role: Almagro Actor: Caulfield
Role: Gonzalo Actor: Wentworth
Role: Davilla Actor: Trueman
Role: Gomez Actor: Surmont
Role: Valverde Actor: Palmer
Role: Las Casas Actor: Aickin
Role: Orozembo Actor: Dowton
Role: Blind Man Actor: Cory
Role: Centinel Actor: Holland
Role: Orano Actor: Archer
Role: Attendant Actor: Maddocks
Role: Boy Actor: Master Chatterley
Role: Soldiers Actor: Fisher, Evans, Webb, Chippendale
Role: Cora Actor: Miss Biggs
Role: Elvira Actor: Mrs Siddons.

Afterpiece Title: The Lying Valet

Cast
Role: Gayless Actor: Holland
Role: Sharp Actor: Suett
Role: Justice Guttle Actor: Maddocks
Role: Beau Trippit Actor: Fisher
Role: Dick Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Melissa Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Kitty Pry Actor: Miss Mellon
Role: Mrs Gadabout Actor: Mrs Sparks.

Song: Mainpiece: Vocal Parts-Sedgwick, Dignum, Danby, Cook, Tett, Caulfield Jun., Sawyer, Danby Jun., Aylmer, Willoughby, Bardoleau, Clark, Mead, Elliot, Ms Crouch, Ms DeCamp, Ms Leak, Ms Arne, Ms Menage, Ms Roffey, Ms Menage Jun., Ms Wentworth, Ms Chippendale, Ms Jacobs, Ms Butler, Ms Saunders, Ms Gawdry, Ms Benson, Ms Coates

Performance Comment: , Sawyer, Danby Jun., Aylmer, Willoughby, Bardoleau, Clark, Mead, Elliot, Ms Crouch, Ms DeCamp, Ms Leak, Ms Arne, Ms Menage, Ms Roffey, Ms Menage Jun., Ms Wentworth, Ms Chippendale, Ms Jacobs, Ms Butler, Ms Saunders, Ms Gawdry, Ms Benson, Ms Coates.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Silla

Cast
Role: : Cecilio Actor: Pacchierotti
Role: Silla Actor: Uttini
Role: Cinna Actor: Bartolini
Role: Aufidio Actor: Schinotti
Role: Celia Actor: Sga Catenacci
Role: Giunia Actor: Sga Lusini.

Dance: End of Act II an entirely new Dance (composed by D'Auberval; the music by Barthelemon) The Pastimes of Terpsycore, an Allegorical Ballet, by Vestris Jun. (1st appearance at this theatre these 3 years), Blake (1st appearance), Henry, Zuchelli, Monetti, Lepicq, Mme Theodore D'Auberval (1st appearance this season), Mme Simonet, Mme Rossi; End of Opera a new Anacreontic Ballet (composed by D'Auberval) Friendship leads to Love by Lepicq, Mme Rossi, Slingsby, Mme Simonet, Vestris Jun., Mme Theodore

Performance Comment: (1st appearance at this theatre these 3 years), Blake (1st appearance), Henry, Zuchelli, Monetti, Lepicq, Mme Theodore D'Auberval (1st appearance this season), Mme Simonet, Mme Rossi; End of Opera a new Anacreontic Ballet (composed by D'Auberval) Friendship leads to Love by Lepicq, Mme Rossi, Slingsby, Mme Simonet, Vestris Jun., Mme Theodore .

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 Divertissement (composed by D'Aubcrval; the music by Barthelemon) by Vestris [Jun.], Mme Rossi, Mme Theodore, Mme Simonet; with a Cossack by Vestris [Jun.] and Mme Theodore; End of Opera Le Reveil du Bonheur, as17840203

Performance Comment: ], Mme Rossi, Mme Theodore, Mme Simonet; with a Cossack by Vestris [Jun.] and Mme Theodore; End of Opera Le Reveil du Bonheur, as17840203.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Il Marchese Tulipano

Dance: End of Act I a new Divertissement Serieux (composed by Giroux) by Vestris, Sga Carolina, the two Mlles Simonet, Duquesney Jun., Mlle Mozon, &c, and to conclude with a Grand Chaconne, [the music] composed by Sacchini; End of Opera a new Divertissement Villageois (composed by D'Egville) by Vestris, Sga Carolina, Mme Crespi, the two Mlles Simonet, Duquesney Jun., Spozzi, Mlle Mozon, &c

Performance Comment: , Mlle Mozon, &c, and to conclude with a Grand Chaconne, [the music] composed by Sacchini; End of Opera a new Divertissement Villageois (composed by D'Egville) by Vestris, Sga Carolina, Mme Crespi, the two Mlles Simonet, Duquesney Jun., Spozzi, Mlle Mozon, &c .

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Iron Chest

Afterpiece Title: The Follies of a Day

Cast
Role: Bazil Actor: Rees
Role: Susan Actor: Mrs H. Johnston.
Role: Count Almaviva Actor: Lewis
Role: Figaro Actor: Farley
Role: Antonio Actor: Munden
Role: Page Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Countess Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Marcelina Actor: Mrs Gilbert
Role: Agnes Actor: Miss Sims

Dance: End: a new Scotch Ballet, The Highland Lovers (under the direction of Bologna Jun.)-Bologna Jun., Hawtin, King, Mrs Watts, Miss Brugier (1st appearance)

Performance Comment: )-Bologna Jun., Hawtin, King, Mrs Watts, Miss Brugier (1st appearance).

Song: In course Evening: Sally in our Alley-Incledon

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Romeo And Juliet

Cast
Role: Romeo Actor: Holman
Role: Capulet Actor: Waddy
Role: Benvolio Actor: Whitfield
Role: Friar Lawrence Actor: Hull
Role: Prince Actor: Mansel
Role: Paris Actor: Klanert
Role: Tibalt Actor: Claremont
Role: Montague Actor: Davenport
Role: Balthazar Actor: Abbot
Role: Peter Actor: Farley
Role: Apothecary Actor: Simmons
Role: Mercutio Actor: Lewis
Role: Lady Capulet Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Nurse Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Juliet Actor: Mrs Pope.

Afterpiece Title: The Naval Pillar

Cast
Role: Ben Bowsprit Actor: Incledon
Role: Dennis Actor: Johnstone
Role: Habakuk Actor: Munden
Role: Sam Spritsail Actor: Fawcett
Role: Tom Tackle Actor: Emery
Role: Firelock Actor: Townsend
Role: Kitty Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Britannia Actor: Mrs Chapman
Role: Nancy Actor: Miss Sims
Role: Susan Actor: Miss Wheatley
Role: Jane Actor: Mrs Sydney
Role: unassigned Actor: Linton, Street, Hawtin.

Dance: In afterpiece: New Dance (composed by Bologna Jun.)-Bologna Jun., King, Mrs Watts, Mrs Parker (1st appearance these 2 years)

Performance Comment: )-Bologna Jun., King, Mrs Watts, Mrs Parker (1st appearance these 2 years).

Song: The Songs written or selected for the afterpiece: Black Ey'd Susan-Incledon; When Britain first her Flag uprear'd-Incledon, Johnstone, Linton; An hungry Fox one day did spy (Old Welsh tune)-Munden; When Peace smiles around-Mrs Martyr; Sir Sydney Smith-Fawcett; When a Tar returns home-Fawcett, Munden, Mrs Martyr; Mr Speaker tho' 'tis late--Incledon, Johnstone, Townsend, Linton; A Bundle of Proverbs-Munden; In praise of the Pars who have leathered the World-Johnstone; +The Navy and Army of Britain forever-Townsend; The Embarkation-Incledon; Glee and Chorus [We come, ye guardians of our isle]-Mrs Martyr, Miss Sims, Miss Wheatley, Mrs Sydney; Recitative and Finale [Britons, your country's gratitude behold]-Mrs Chapman, Incledon, Johnstone, Townsend, Linton

Opera: End IV: Solemn Dirge. The Funeral Procession of Juliet-; Vocal Parts-Incledon, Johnstone, Townsend, Hill, Linton, Gardner, Denman, Blurton, King, Street, Lee, Little, Thomas, Sawyer, Tett, Dyke, Whitmore, Ms Waters, Ms Chapman, Ms Atkins, Ms Litchfield, Ms Mills, Ms Dibdin, Ms Wheatley, Ms Iliff, Ms Sims, Ms Whitmore, Ms Follett, Ms Watts, Ms Castelle, Ms Norton, Ms Gilbert, Ms Leserve, Ms Lloyd, Ms Masters, Ms Blurton, Ms Sydney, Ms Burnett, Ms Martyr

Event Comment: Afterpiece [1st time; P 2, by Thomas John Dibdin; pantomime by Charles Farley]: With new Scenery, Machinery, Tricks, Dresses, and Decorations. The Overture, Airs and Chorusses by Attwood. The Pantomime Music by Attwood, Mountain, and Ealy [recte Eley]. The Scenery by Phillips, Lupino, Hollogan, Blackmore, Thorne, Wilkins, &c. The Machinery and Tricks by Cresswell, Sloper and Goostree. The Dresses by Dick and Mrs Egan. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. Receipts: #364 (353.12; 10.8)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Lover's Vows

Afterpiece Title: The Magic Oak; or, Harlequin Woodcutter

Performance Comment: [Principal Characters by Bologna Jun., Bologna, Simpson, Simmons, Whitmore, Hawtin, Dyke, Wilde, Blurton, Claremont, Klanert, the Master Blackmores, Platt, Abbot, T. Cranfield, Powers, Lewiss, Davies, L. Bologna, Letteney, Lee, Delahoy, Wilkins, Farley, Miss Lupino, Miss Cranfield, Miss Denny, Mrs Watts, Mrs Bologna, Mrs Whitmore, Mrs Gilbert, Miss Gray, Miss Leserve, Mrs Norton, Mrs Masters, Mrs Lloyd, Miss Burnett, Miss Walcup, Mrs Blurton, Miss Bologna, Miss Cox, Mrs Crow, Miss Davenett recte Dibdin], Mrs Ward, Miss Coombes, Miss Standen, Mrs Wybrow. Vocal Characters-Townsend, Hill, Emery, Street, Gray, Linton, Thomas, Russel, Curties, J. Linton, Oddwell, Little, Tett, Master Ramage, Master Goodwin, Mrs Chapman; [Cast from Songs (J. Barker, 1799): Harlequin Woodcutter-Bologna Jun.; Lout-Bologna; Tasner-Simpson; Phisgig-Simmons; Pantaloon-Whitmore; Landlord-Hawtin; Haymakers-Wilde, Blurton, Platt, T. Cranfield, Powers, Lewiss, L. Bologna; Dutch Lover-Klanert; Beadle-Abbot; Dutch Servant-Davies; Man Milliner-Lee; Brisk-Farley; Sailor-Townsend; Officer of Volunteers-Hill; Recruits-Street, Gray, Linton, Thomas, Russel, Curties; Haymakers-Mrs Watts, Mrs Bologna, Miss Burnett, Miss Bologna, Miss Cox, Mrs Crow; Harlequin's Mother-Mrs Whitmore; Landlady-Mrs Gilbert; Market Women-Miss Leserve, Mrs Norton, Mrs Blurton; Old Maid-Mrs Lloyd; Columbine-Mrs Wybrow; unassigned-Dyke, Claremont, the Master Blackmores, Letteney, Delahoy, Wilkins, Emery, J. Linton, Master Goodwin, Miss Lupino, Miss Cranfield, Miss Denny, Miss Gray, Mrs Masters, Miss Walcup, Miss Dibdin, Miss Standen, Mrs Chapman.

Music: End I afterpiece: A Medley Overture on the Union Pipes and Pedal Harp-Murphy, Weippert

Event Comment: Afterpiece [1st time; MD 3, by John Philip Kemble, adapted from LODOISKA; ou, Les Tartares, by Jean Elie Bedeno Deiaure]: The Music composed, and selected from Cherubini, Kreutzer, and Andreozzi, by Storace. With entirely new Dresses, Scenes, Decorations and Machinery. [Scenery for Acts I and III was by Greenwood, for Act II by Malton, Lupino and Demaria; machinery was by Cabanel (see text).] Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. Morning Chronicle, 4 Oct. 1794: This day is published LODOISKA (1s. 6d.). Powell, 7 June: Lodoiska rehearsed at 12 and at night (Bannister Jun., Hobler absent). 8 June: Lodoiska rehearsed at night at 6. 9 June: Lodoiska rehearsed at 12. Receipts: #318 1s. (213/11; 101/15; 2/15)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Inconstant

Cast
Role: Old Mirabel Actor: Aickin
Role: Young Mirabel Actor: Wroughton
Role: Duretete Actor: Dodd
Role: Dugard Actor: Whitfield
Role: Petit Actor: Benson
Role: Bravoes Actor: Maddocks, Caulfield, Webb, Phillimore
Role: Page Actor: Master GregsonOriana-Mrs Goodall
Role: Master GregsonOriana Actor: Mrs Goodall
Role: Bisarre Actor: Miss Farren
Role: Lamoree Actor: Miss Tidswell. Epilogue as17940421
Role: , King of Scotland Actor: Bensley
Role: Malcolm Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Donalbain Actor: Master De Camp
Role: Macbeth Actor: Kemble
Role: Banquo Actor: Wroughton
Role: Macduff Actor: Palmer
Role: Lenox Actor: Whitfield
Role: Rosse Actor: Barrymore
Role: Fleance Actor: Master Gregson
Role: Siward Actor: Aickin
Role: Seyton Actor: Benson
Role: Physician Actor: Packer
Role: Officer Actor: Banks
Role: Serjeant Actor: Caulfield
Role: Murderers Actor: Phillimore, Webb
Role: Armed Head Actor: Jones
Role: Bloody Child Actor: Master Harlowe
Role: Crowned Child Actor: Master Chatterley
Role: Hecate Actor: Bannister
Role: Witches Actor: Moody, Dodd, SuettLady Macbeth-Mrs Siddons
Role: SuettLady Macbeth Actor: Mrs Siddons
Role: Gentlewoman Actor: Miss Tidswell. Apparitions of Eight Kings

Afterpiece Title: LODOISKA

Performance Comment: Polanders. Aickin, Kelly, Palmer, Bannister Jun., Caulfield, Trueman, Fairbrother, Bland, Benson, Webb, Master Welsh, Master Gregson//Mrs Crouch. Captives. Mrs Bland, Miss De Camp, Miss Miller, Miss Leak, Miss Redhead, Mrs Bramwell, Miss Granger, Miss Wrighten, Miss C. Wrighten, Miss Menage, Miss Stageldoir, Miss Chatterley, Miss Gawdry, Mrs Butler, Mrs Boimaison, Miss Davies, &c. Guards and Attendants (performers not listed]. Tartars. Barrymore, Dignum, Sedgwick, Bannister, C. Kemble, Banks, Boimaison. The Horde. Cooke, Danby, Lyons, Maddocks, Phillimore, Welsh, Dorion, Dorion Jun., Evans, Hamoir, Bourk, G. D'Egville, Butler, Whitmell, Nicolini, Keys, &c. [Cast from text (G. G. and J. Robinson [1794]): Polandm. Prince Lupauski-Aickin; Count Floreski-Kelly; Baron Lovinski-Palmer; Varbel-Bannister Jun. [in text: Suett (see17940613]; Adolphus-Caulfield; Gustavus-Trueman; Sebastian-Fairbrother; Michael-Bland; Casimir-Benson; Stanislaus-Webb; Pages-Master Welsh, Master Gregson//Princess Lodoiska-Mrs Crouch. Capti"PtI. As above, but added: Miss Arne. Tartars. Kera Khan-Barrymore; Ithorak-Dignum; Khor-Sedgwick; Japhis-Bannister; Kajah-C. Kemble; Tamuri-Banks; Camazin-Boimaison. The Horde. As above.] hathi. hathi.
Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; CO 3, by James Cobb. Text: T. N. Longman and O. Rees, 1800. Miss Waters is identified in the Songs]: The Scenes, Music, Machinery, Dresses, and Decorations are all entirely new. The Music composed by Mazzinghi and Reeve. The Scenery painted by Richards, Phillips, Lupino, Hollogan, Backmore, &c. [based on drawings of Indian scenery by Thomas Daniell]. The Machinery and Decorations by Cresswell, Sloper, Goostree, &c. The Dresses by Dick and Mrs Egan. Books of the Songs, also describing the Scenes and Spectacle of the Return from the Tiger Hunt, to be had at the Theatre, price six pence. "The whole [forms] an exhibition of the utmost grandeur...The expense attending the decoration must have been immense...The dailogue is certainly not of the first description of writing, but it forms, on the whole, a very safe vehicle for some of the best music the English stage has for some time been able to boast"(Morning Herald, 13 Nov.). Account-Book, 27 Dec.: Paid Cuthbert for Wheels, &c. for the Elephants #13 18s. Receipts: #364 7s. 6d. (363.19.6; 0.8.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Ramah Droog; Or, Wine Does Wonders

Performance Comment: Europeans- Incledon, Johnstone, Bologna Jun., Claremont, Clarke, Wilde, Gray, Curties, Whitmore, Blurton, Silvester,Little, Fairclough, Linton Jun., Smith, Hitchcock, Sawyer, Master Little, Master Ramage, Master Bernard, Master Platt [Miss Mitchell, Mrs Mills; Indians- [H. Johnson, Munden, Townsend, Emery, Hill, Farley, Klanert, Abbot, Thompson, Street, Russel, Tett, Linton, Everett, Oddwell, ThomasKenrick, Master Sawyer, Master Speare, Master Slape, Master Goodwin, Master Standen [Mrs Chapman, Miss Sims, Miss Gray, Miss Wheatley, Miss Walcup, Mrs Wybrow, Mrs Watts, Mrs Bologna, Mrs Iliff, Mrs Castelle, Miss Leserve, Mrs Masters, Mrs Norton, Mrs Gilbert, Mrs Whitmore, Mrs Lloyd, Miss Burnett, Mrs Blurton, A Young Lady (1st appearance on any stage [Miss Waters]); [Cast from Songs (T. Rickaby, 1798), and playbill of 24 Oct. 1799: [Europeans. Sidney-Incledon; Liffey-Johnstone; Officers-Bologna Jun., Clarke, Curties, Whitmore, Blurton, Silvester; English Prisoners-Claremont, Wilde, Gray; Eliza-Miss Mitchell; Margaret-Mrs Mills; [Indians. Zemaun-H. Johnston; Chellingoe-Munden; Holkar-Townsend; Rajah-Emery; Govinda-Hill; Officer-Farley; Guards and Attendants-Klanert, Abbot, Thompson; Soldiers-Street, Russel, Tett, Everett, Oddwell, Thomas; Indian Officer-Linton; Alminah-Mrs Chapman; Agra-Miss Sims; Orsana-Miss Gray; Women of the Zenana-Miss Wheatley, Miss Walcup, Mrs Wybrow, Mrs Watts, Mrs Bologna, Mrs Iliff, Mrs Castelle, Miss Leserve, Mrs Masters, Mrs Norton, Mrs Gilbert, Mrs Whitmore, Mrs Lloyd, Miss Burnett, Mrs Blurton; Zelma-Miss Waters. [Little-Master Platt, Kenrick-Master Standen are unassigned.]

Afterpiece Title: The Ghost

Entertainment: Procession. End II: A Return from a Tiger Hunt- [, to the Rajah's Palace, representing the Rajah on an Elephant, returning from Hunting the Tiger, preceded by his Hircarrahs, or military Messengers, and his State Palanquin-the Vizier on another Elephant-the Princess in a Gaurie, drawn by Buffaloes-the Rajah is attended by his Fakeer, or Soothsayer, his Officers of State, and by an Ambassador from Tippoo Sultaun in a Palanquin; also by Nairs (or Soldiers from the South of India), Poligars (or Inhabitants of the Hilly Districts), with their Hunting-dogs, other Indians carrying a dead Tiger, and young Tigers in a Cage; a number of Seapoys-Musicians on Camels and on Foot-Dancing Girls. [This was included in all subsequent performances.

Event Comment: Mainpiece: Not acted these 4 years. Afterpiece [1st time; P 2 (?). Not published; Songs: Larpent MS 1272]: Invented by T. Dibdin, & produced under the Direction of Farley. To conclude with an Allegorical Procession of the Seasons, Months and Hours, to the Temple of Domestic Happiness. With entire new Music, Scenery, Machinery, Machinery, Dresses and Decorations. The Overture and Music composed by Moorehead. The Dances by Bologna Jun. The Scenery by Phillips, Lupino, Hollogan, Wilkins, Bromley, the two Whitmores, Powell. The Machinery by Cresswell, Sloper, Goostree, C. Dibdin Jun., &c. The Dresses by Dick and Mrs Egan. Books of the Songs [J. Barker, 1799] to be had in the Theatre. "The opening scene of the new pantomime is highly interesting. The representation of the Volcanov, and the fight in the air between Floridel and Cratero, may with justice claim the epithet of grand and magnificent" (Dramatic Censor, I, 13). Account-Book, 6 Feb, 1800: Paid Moorehead for music in Volcano #25. Receipts: #366 7s. (344.17; 21.10)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Earl Of Essex; Or, The Unhappy Favorite

Cast
Role: Essex Actor: Holman
Role: Burleigh Actor: Murray
Role: Raleigh Actor: Claremont
Role: Lieutenant Actor: Thompson
Role: Southampton Actor: Betterton
Role: Rutland Actor: Miss Betterton
Role: Nottingham Actor: Mrs Litchfield
Role: Queen Elizabeth Actor: Mrs St.Ledger.

Afterpiece Title: The Volcano; or, The Rival Harlequins

Performance Comment: Harlequin Whitesword-Bologna Jun.; Harlequin Blacksword-King; Clown-Bologna; Infernal Spirit-Delpini; Colombine's Father-Whitmore Jun.; Old Beau-Hawtin; Hermit-Lewiss; Colombine-Mrs Parker; The Other Pantomime Characters-Wilde, Blurton, Platt, Abbot, T. Cranfield, Powers, Vials, Howell, L. Bologna, Klanert, Atkins, Mills, Wilkins, Webb, Letteney, Griffiths, Mrs Watts, Mrs Follett, Mrs Bologna, Mrs D'Egville, Miss Cox, Miss Coombs; Vocal Characters Cratero (Daemon of the Mountain)-Denman; Ballad Singers-Emery, Simmons; Irish Ship@builder-Macartney; Principal Daemon-Linton; 2nd Daemon-Street; Chorus of Infernal Spirits-Gardner, Thomas, Oddwell, Smith, J. Linton, Kenrick, Sawyer, Tett; Floridel (Spirit of the Air)-Miss Wheatley; Attendants on Floridel-Ms Sims, Ms Iliff, Ms Gilbert, Ms Leserve, Ms Norton, Ms Masters, Ms Sydney, Ms Blurton, Mrs Castelle.
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.
Event Comment: 3rd piece [1st time; P 2 (?), by John Cartwright Cross. MS of Songs only: Larpent MS 1203]: Partly New and Partly Selected. The Overture and Music by Reeve. The Scenery partly new & the rest completely repaired by Phillips, Lupino, Hollogan, Blackmore, &c. The Machinery by Cresswell, Sloper, Goostree, Goostree Jun., &c. Receipts: #195 9s. (193.2; 2.7)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Raft

Afterpiece Title: The Orphan

Cast
Role: Monimia Actor: Mrs Pope
Role: Principal Pantomime Characters Actor: Bologna Jun., Bologna, Follett, Dyke, Hawtin,Blurton, Abbot, Wilde, Curties, Findlay, Cranfield, Parsloe, Davis, Master Blackmore, Mrs Parker, Mlle St.Amand, Mrs Follett, Mrs Norton, Miss Leserve, Mrs Henley
Role: Principal Vocal Characters Actor: Townsend, Linton,Simmons, Gray, Street, Rees, Smith, Tett, Oddwell, Thomas, Everett, Little, J. Linton, Mrs Clendining, Miss Sims, Miss Wheatley, Mrs Watts, Mrs Follett, Miss Walcup, Mrs Masters, Mrs Lloyd, Mrs Bologna
Role: Harlequin Actor: Bologna Jun.
Role: Sancho Actor: Bologna
Role: Scaramouchillo Actor: Follett
Role: Don Quixotte Actor: Dyke
Role: Grandee Actor: Hawtin
Role: Inca Actor: Townsend
Role: Chinese Magician Actor: Linton
Role: Colembine Actor: Mrs Parker
Role: Savoyard Girls Actor: Mlle St.Amand, Mrs Watts
Role: Goddess of Silence Actor: Mrs Follett
Role: Maritornes Actor: Mrs Henley. Commencing with the Representation of the Ruins of a Peruvian Temple, where an injured Inca and his Son had taken refuge from the malice of their Persecutors-the Inca in his retirement, making Magic his study, persuades his Son, from a happy presage, to attempt the re-obtainment of his right, by procuring the hand of his Oppressor's Daughter, who is a Spanish Grandee, and has betrothed her to the Knight Errant of La Mancha Don Quixotte-to prevent their union, he transforms his Son to +Harlequin, the Magic Arm appearing to guard him in the hour of Peril-they take leave, and he commences his career of adventure, by darting through the ruined Columns of the Temple, and re-appears near the Grandee's House in Grenada, where an interview takes place with the object of his choice, who elopes with him, and after experiencing a variety of Adventures in the Spanish Territories, seeking shelter in The Alhambrav, a Moorish Palace of great Antiquity, pursued by Don Quixotte, Sancho, the Grandee and Scaramouchillo, at length arrive in Old England
Role: where an injured Inca and his Son had taken refuge Actor: the Inca in his retirement, making Magic his study, persuades his Son, from a happy presage, to attempt the re-obtainment of his right, by procuring the hand of his Oppressor's Daughter, who is a Spanish Grandee, and has betrothed her to the Knight Errant of La Mancha Don Quixotte-to prevent their union, he transforms his Son to +Harlequin, the Magic Arm appearing to guard him in the hour of Peril-they take leave, and he commences his career of adventure, by darting through the ruined Columns of the Temple, and re-appears near the Grandee's House in Grenada, where an interview takes place with the object of his choice, who elopes with him, and after experiencing a variety of Adventures in the Spanish Territories, seeking shelter in The Alhambrav, a Moorish Palace of great Antiquity, pursued by Don Quixotte, Sancho, the Grandee and Scaramouchillo, at length arrive in Old England
Role: to attempt the re Actor: obtainment of his right, by procuring the hand of his Oppressor's Daughter, who is a Spanish Grandee, and has betrothed her to the Knight Errant of La Mancha Don Quixotte-to prevent their union, he transforms his Son to +Harlequin, the Magic Arm appearing to guard him in the hour of Peril-they take leave, and he commences his career of adventure, by darting through the ruined Columns of the Temple, and re-appears near the Grandee's House in Grenada, where an interview takes place with the object of his choice, who elopes with him, and after experiencing a variety of Adventures in the Spanish Territories, seeking shelter in The Alhambrav, a Moorish Palace of great Antiquity, pursued by Don Quixotte, Sancho, the Grandee and Scaramouchillo, at length arrive in Old England
Role: and has betrothed her to the Knight Errant of La M Actor: to prevent their union, he transforms his Son to +Harlequin, the Magic Arm appearing to guard him in the hour of Peril-they take leave, and he commences his career of adventure, by darting through the ruined Columns of the Temple, and re-appears near the Grandee's House in Grenada, where an interview takes place with the object of his choice, who elopes with him, and after experiencing a variety of Adventures in the Spanish Territories, seeking shelter in The Alhambrav, a Moorish Palace of great Antiquity, pursued by Don Quixotte, Sancho, the Grandee and Scaramouchillo, at length arrive in Old England
Role: the Magic Arm appearing to guard him in the Actor: they take leave, and he commences his career of adventure, by darting through the ruined Columns of the Temple, and re-appears near the Grandee's House in Grenada, where an interview takes place with the object of his choice, who elopes with him, and after experiencing a variety of Adventures in the Spanish Territories, seeking shelter in The Alhambrav, a Moorish Palace of great Antiquity, pursued by Don Quixotte, Sancho, the Grandee and Scaramouchillo, at length arrive in Old England
Role: and re Actor: appears near the Grandee's House in Grenada, where an interview takes place with the object of his choice, who elopes with him, and after experiencing a variety of Adventures in the Spanish Territories, seeking shelter in The Alhambrav, a Moorish Palace of great Antiquity, pursued by Don Quixotte, Sancho, the Grandee and Scaramouchillo, at length arrive in Old England
Role: warned from the Grotto of the Goddess Pleasure by Actor: they take shelter in one of the +East India Company's Warehouses, which on their being closely pursued, is transform'd into a Picturesque Chinese Apartment. In this country he is deprived, by an adverse Magician, of his Columbine

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Return

Performance Comment: Principal Pantomime Characters. Harlequin-Bologna Jun.; Sammy Scrip-Simmons; Outre (his Man)-Bologna; Father to Columbine-Hawtin; Clown (his Man)-Follett; The other Pantomime Characters-Goostree Jun., Parsloe, Coombs, Noble; Columbine-Mlle St.Amand; Principal Vocal Characters. Jack Junk-Townsend; Fisherman-Linton; Harlequin's Father-Street; Mimic-Rees; Lawyers-Gray, Abbot, Blurton, Wilde; Country Boy-Miss Sims; Potter's Girl-Mrs Clendining; Milk@maid-Miss Wheatley; Harlequin's Mother-Mrs Henley; Lapland Witch-Mrs Iliff; Other Vocal Characters-Ms Castelle, Ms Watts, Ms Follett, Ms Norton, Ms Lloyd, Ms Burnett, Ms G. Walcup, Ms Bologna, Ms Gray; Sylph-Mrs Martyr; The Pantomime commences with a Sea View-the Father and Mother of Harlequin enter from their Hut and meeting their Friend, a Fisherman, according to Evening custom, deplore the absence of their Son, whom they conceive lost at Sea-a small Bark is discernable at a distance, which enlarging as it approaches, and making towards them, gives them hopes, which are realized by their Son's landing in the habit of a Sailor; but are dreadfully disappointed on finding that, being wrecked on the Coast of Lapland, a Witch of that Country, for his wishing to re-visit England, had struck him dumb; but to make amends bestowed on him an Enchanted Sword, which has the various qualities of becoming Sable when Danger is near, and being waved in different Directions produces the effect of making Dance, Laugh or Sleep those living objects it is employed upon-Escaped from the Witch, he has to contend with her Power-the Genius attendant on the Talismanic Influence of his Sword rises, promises assistance, and transforming him to the motley Hero, brings to his View his beloved Columbine-from hence the Harlequinade takes place, followed up by a variety of Changes, Tricks, Metamorphoses. A Short Description of the Scenery, Machinery.: Sea View. +Oft have our footsteps-Linton, Street, Mrs Henley; The wind blew fresh and fair-Townsend; Inside of Fisherman's Cottage, change to Corn-field. Brave offspring of Ocean-Mrs Martyr; Country Publicans. A Prize in the Lottery and its consequence. Outside of Town Hall. Behold natty Sammy-Simmons, Bologna; Changes to Inside of Ditto. Rustic rejoicings-Harlequin in armour, and Columbine's escape. Rural View. In the spring when the meadows-Miss Sims, Miss Wheatley; Milk pail change to Milk-maids, Garland, and Jack in the Green. Artist's Chamber. You take off good likenesses-Rees; in which a Variety of New Imitations-Rees; Fashionable Rout change to Billingsgate. Catch-Linton, Street, Gray, Abbot, Blurton, Wilde, Dyke, Curties, Mrs Castelle, Mrs Leserve, Mrs Bologna; Garden of Love. Chamber. Harlequin and Columbine in jeopardy-make their Pursuers dance to some tune. Landscape leading to the Pottery. Come buy my earthenware-Mrs Clendining; Inside View of the Pottery, change to Subterraneous Cavern. Rash stripling-Mrs Iliff; Bottle changes to Tarantula-the effects of its bite upon Harlequin, cured by Music. By sweet Music's powerful Note-Mrs Martyr; Cavern of Necromancy. With the entrance to the Fiery Gulph, where the Witch consults her Familiar, guarded by an immense Dragon, whose power is counteracted by that of the Sylph, who after singing the following air, Hither haste the young and gay-Mrs Martyr changes the Scene to The Bower of Constancy; The Lovers are united by their Parents, and the Piece concludes with an appropriate Finale-.
Cast
Role: Harlequin Actor: Bologna Jun.
Role: Sammy Scrip Actor: Simmons
Role: Outre Actor: Bologna
Role: Father to Columbine Actor: Hawtin
Role: Clown Actor: Follett
Role: The other Pantomime Characters Actor: Goostree Jun., Parsloe, Coombs, Noble
Role: Columbine Actor: Mlle St.Amand
Role: Jack Junk Actor: Townsend
Role: Fisherman Actor: Linton
Role: Harlequin's Father Actor: Street
Role: Mimic Actor: Rees
Role: Lawyers Actor: Gray, Abbot, Blurton, Wilde
Role: Country Boy Actor: Miss Sims
Role: Potter's Girl Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Milk@maid Actor: Miss Wheatley
Role: Harlequin's Mother Actor: Mrs Henley
Role: Lapland Witch Actor: Mrs Iliff
Role: Other Vocal Characters Actor: Ms Castelle, Ms Watts, Ms Follett, Ms Norton, Ms Lloyd, Ms Burnett, Ms G. Walcup, Ms Bologna, Ms Gray
Role: Sylph Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: The Pantomime commences with a Sea View Actor: the Father and Mother of Harlequin enter from their Hut and meeting their Friend, a Fisherman, according to Evening custom, deplore the absence of their Son, whom they conceive lost at Sea-a small Bark is discernable at a distance, which enlarging as it approaches, and making towards them, gives them hopes, which are realized by their Son's landing in the habit of a Sailor
Role: whom they conceive lost at Sea Actor: a small Bark is discernable at a distance, which enlarging as it approaches, and making towards them, gives them hopes, which are realized by their Son's landing in the habit of a Sailor
Role: for his wishing to re Actor: visit England, had struck him dumb
Role: Laugh or Sleep those living objects it is employed Actor: Escaped from the Witch, he has to contend with her Power-the Genius attendant on the Talismanic Influence of his Sword rises, promises assistance, and transforming him to the motley Hero, brings to his View his beloved Columbine-from hence the Harlequinade takes place, followed up by a variety of Changes, Tricks, Metamorphoses. A Short Description of the Scenery, Machinery.: Sea View. +Oft have our footsteps-Linton, Street, Mrs Henley
Role: he has to contend with her Power Actor: the Genius attendant on the Talismanic Influence of his Sword rises, promises assistance, and transforming him to the motley Hero, brings to his View his beloved Columbine-from hence the Harlequinade takes place, followed up by a variety of Changes, Tricks, Metamorphoses. A Short Description of the Scenery, Machinery.: Sea View. +Oft have our footsteps-Linton, Street, Mrs Henley
Role: brings to his View his beloved Columbine Actor: from hence the Harlequinade takes place, followed up by a variety of Changes, Tricks, Metamorphoses. A Short Description of the Scenery, Machinery.: Sea View. +Oft have our footsteps-Linton, Street, Mrs Henley
Role: Oft have our footsteps Actor: Linton, Street, Mrs Henley
Role: The wind blew fresh and fair Actor: Townsend
Role: change to Corn Actor: field. Brave offspring of Ocean-Mrs Martyr
Role: Brave offspring of Ocean Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Behold natty Sammy Actor: Simmons, Bologna
Role: Rustic rejoicings Actor: Harlequin in armour, and Columbine's escape. Rural View. In the spring when the meadows-Miss Sims, Miss Wheatley
Role: In the spring when the meadows Actor: Miss Sims, Miss Wheatley
Role: Milk pail change to Milk Actor: maids, Garland, and Jack in the Green. Artist's Chamber. You take off good likenesses-Rees
Role: You take off good likenesses Actor: Rees
Role: in which a Variety of New Imitations Actor: Rees
Role: Catch Actor: Linton, Street, Gray, Abbot, Blurton, Wilde, Dyke, Curties, Mrs Castelle, Mrs Leserve, Mrs Bologna
Role: Harlequin and Columbine in jeopardy Actor: make their Pursuers dance to some tune. Landscape leading to the Pottery. Come buy my earthenware-Mrs Clendining
Role: Come buy my earthenware Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Rash stripling Actor: Mrs Iliff
Role: Bottle changes to Tarantula Actor: the effects of its bite upon Harlequin, cured by Music. By sweet Music's powerful Note-Mrs Martyr
Role: By sweet Music's powerful Note Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Hither haste the young and gay Actor: Mrs Martyr changes the Scene to The Bower of Constancy
Role: and the Piece concludes with an appropriate Finale Actor: .