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Event Comment: MMaster Brown's Night. A comic Interlude of Two Acts; Music by Dr Arne. N.B. A light shower or two will not put off the Performance; but if heavy Rain should fall, it must necessarily be deferr'd till further Notice, on account of the Fireworks. Books containing both performances may be had of the Booksellers and at the Gardens at 6d. each


Mainpiece Title: Capochio And Dorinna

Performance Comment: Capochio-Master Brown; Dorinna-Miss Fredric.
Role: Capochio Actor: Master Brown
Role: Dorinna Actor: Miss Fredric.

Entertainment: last Aast Act: a Burlesque Ode-by the late Bonnel Thornton, in banter of the Odes written on St Cecilias Day, set to music by an eminent master; The whole to conclude with: Grand Fireworks-


Mainpiece Title: Ambarvalia

Performance Comment: Bacchus-Reinhold; Brother-Phillips; Driads-Miss Wilde, Miss Thompson; Cupid-Master Brown; Ceres-Mrs Barthelemon; Arval Brothers-Burton, Steele, Dorien, Ladd, Offie'd, Lambert, Ogden, Master Green, Master Tannett, Master Wood.


Mainpiece Title: Fair Rosamond: Representing Her Amours With King Henry, And Her Being Poisoned By Queen Eleanor In Woodstock Bower

Performance Comment: King Henry-Boman; Fair Rosamond-Mrs Bambridge; Cardinal Aquinas-Wallis; Cardinal Columbus-Bambridge; Sir Trusty-Clark; Lord Sands-Bencraft; Cupid-Master Brown; Cleora-Mrs Brown; Queen Eleanor-Mrs Mullart .
Role: King Henry Actor: Boman
Role: Fair Rosamond Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Cardinal Aquinas Actor: Wallis
Role: Cardinal Columbus Actor: Bambridge
Role: Sir Trusty Actor: Clark
Role: Lord Sands Actor: Bencraft
Role: Cupid Actor: Master Brown
Role: Cleora Actor: Mrs Brown
Role: Queen Eleanor Actor: Mrs Mullart

Afterpiece Title: The Modern Pimp; or, The Doctor Deceiv'd: With the Comical Humours of Crack the Pimp, Dr Grey-Goose, and Sir Nehemiah Nestle-Cock

Performance Comment: Crack-Chapman; Grey Goose-Mullart; Sir Nehemiah-Smith; Bellamy-Ray; Captain Strut-Yates; Servant-Littleton; Page-Master Brown; Mrs Grey Goose-Mrs Herle; Miss Grey Goose-Miss Atherton; Betty-Mrs Cantrell .
Role: Crack Actor: Chapman
Role: Grey Goose Actor: Mullart
Role: Sir Nehemiah Actor: Smith
Role: Bellamy Actor: Ray
Role: Captain Strut Actor: Yates
Role: Servant Actor: Littleton
Role: Page Actor: Master Brown
Role: Mrs Grey Goose Actor: Mrs Herle
Role: Miss Grey Goose Actor: Miss Atherton
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Cantrell

Dance: I: Two Pierrots by Livier and Mlle Delorme. II: Wooden Shoe Dance by Livier and Janno. End of Afterpiece: Grand Peasant Dance by Livier, Janno, Mlle Delorme, Mrs Woodward


Mainpiece Title: The Harlot's Progress

Performance Comment: Colonel-Julian; Spruce-Yeates Jr; Waggoner-Thomas; Jew-Williams; Julio-Master Brown; Flogwell-Paterson; Constable-Bright; Bawd-MacGuire; Moll Hackabout-Mrs Frost; Alice-Miss Yeates .
Role: Colonel Actor: Julian
Role: Spruce Actor: Yeates Jr
Role: Waggoner Actor: Thomas
Role: Jew Actor: Williams
Role: Julio Actor: Master Brown
Role: Flogwell Actor: Paterson
Role: Constable Actor: Bright
Role: Bawd Actor: MacGuire
Role: Moll Hackabout Actor: Mrs Frost
Role: Alice Actor: Miss Yeates

Entertainment: Yeates Junior's Inimitable Dexterity of Hand

Event Comment: Benefit for Phillips. Dr Arne having granted it only on this Occasion, the comic Interlude of Two Acts which met with the highest Approbation and Applause on Master Brown's Night. Preceded by Entertainments of songs


Mainpiece Title: Capochio And Dorinna

Role: Capochio Actor: Master Brown
Role: Dorinna Actor: Miss Fredric.

Entertainment: As17680728 but a Burlesque Ode-_


Mainpiece Title: The Tender Husband; Or, The Accomplished Fools

Performance Comment: Capt. Clerimont-Reddish; Humphrey Gubbin-Dodd; Sir Harry-King; Tipkin-Parsons; Clerimont, Sen-Packer; Pounce-Baddeley; Mrs Clerimont-Miss Younge; Mrs Tipkin-Mrs Love; Fainlove-Mrs Jeffries; Jenny-Miss Platt; Biddy Tipkin-Miss Pope; In Act IV: a Song-Master Brown.
Role: Clerimont Actor: Reddish
Role: Humphrey Gubbin Actor: Dodd
Role: Sir Harry Actor: King
Role: Tipkin Actor: Parsons
Role: Sen Actor: Packer
Role: Pounce Actor: Baddeley
Role: Mrs Clerimont Actor: Miss Younge
Role: Mrs Tipkin Actor: Mrs Love
Role: Fainlove Actor: Mrs Jeffries
Role: Jenny Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Biddy Tipkin Actor: Miss Pope
Role: a Song Actor: Master Brown.

Afterpiece Title: A Trip to Scotland

Role: Griskin Actor: Parsons.
Role: Actor: Hartry, first time, for Parsons.
Role: The dances Actor: Giorgi, Atkins, Mrs King
Role: Cupid Actor: Mas. Cape
Role: Miss Griskin Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Jemmy Twinkle Actor: Brereton
Role: Mrs Filagree Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Young Couples Actor: Palmer
Role: Landlady Actor: Mrs Love
Role: Chamberlain Actor: Booth
Role: Chambermaid Actor: Miss Platt

Dance: IV: The Rabbit Sellers, as17691228


Mainpiece Title: Catches And Glees

Performance Comment: Songs-Master Brown, Mrs Scott, Mrs Wrighton.

Afterpiece Title: The Country Madcap in London

Role: Lord Bilkum Actor: Dodd
Role: Lowborn Actor: Fawcett
Role: Mordecai Actor: Messink
Role: Old Goodman Actor: Hartry
Role: Cantileno Actor: a Gentleman
Role: Ballad Actor: Philips
Role: John Actor: Booth
Role: Tawdry Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Traplass Actor: Mrs Dorman
Role: Country Madcap Actor: Miss Radley.


Mainpiece Title: Love And Innocence

Performance Comment: cnl, but Vocal parts-Reynolds, Master Herryman, Master Brown, Mrs Forbes, Mrs Pinto.

Music: CConcerto on Hautboy-Park; Concerto on Organ-Hook


Mainpiece Title: Ruth

Performance Comment: Vocals-Vernon, Reynolds, Master Brown, Miss Lindley, Mrs Weichsell.
Event Comment: The King's Company. Pepys, Diary: To the Theatre to The French Dancing Master, and there with much pleasure gazed upon her (Lady Castlemaine); but it troubles us to see her look dejectedly and slighted by People already. The play pleased us [Pepys and Mrs Pepys] very well; but Lacy's part, the Dancing Master, the best in the world


Mainpiece Title: The French Dancing Master

Performance Comment: [For authorship, see16610311@2.] Dancing Master-Lacy.
Role: Dancing Master Actor: Lacy.
Event Comment: The King's Company. See Herbert, Dramatic Records, p. 118. See also The Variety, in Bentley, Jacobean and Caroline Stage, III, 149-51; and James Shirley's The Ball; or, French Dancing Master, in Bentley, V, 1079. See also 10 Nov. 1661


Mainpiece Title: The French Dancing Master

Performance Comment: [The Variety? by William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle.] Dancing Master-Lacy?. See16620521.
Role: Dancing Master Actor: Lacy?. See16620521.
Event Comment: The Duke's Company. Downes (p. 30): This Comedy in general was very well Perform'd. Pepys, Diary: I alone to the Duke of York's house, to see the new play, called The Man is the Master, where the house was, it being not above one o'clock, very full. But my wife and Deb. being there before, with Mrs Pierce and Corbet and Betty Turner, whom my Wife carried with her, they made me room; and there I sat, it costing me 8s. upon them in oranges, at 6d. apiece. By and by the King come; and we sat just under him, so that I durst not turn my back all the play. The play is a translation out of French, and the plot Spanish, but not anything extraordinary at all in it, though translated by Sir W. Davenant, and so I found the King and his company did think meanly of it, though there was here and there something Pretty: but the most of the mirth was sorry, poor stuffe, of eating of sack posset and slabbering themselves, and mirth fit for clownes; the prologue but poor, and the epilogue little in it but the extraordinariness of it, it being sung by Harris and another in the form of a ballet


Mainpiece Title: The Man's The Master

Performance Comment: Edition of 1669: Prologue-; Epilogue in a Ballad-Two; [Downes (Roscius Anglicanus, p. 30): Master-Harris; The Man-Underhill; Singing the Epilogue [like two Street Ballad-Singers-Mr Harris, Mr Sandford. [According to the Catalogue of the MS Music, Christ Church, John Bannister set a song for this play.]According to the Catalogue of the MS Music, Christ Church, John Bannister set a song for this play.]
Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Epilogue in a Ballad Actor: Two
Role: Master Actor: Harris
Role: The Man Actor: Underhill
Role: like two Street Ballad Actor: Singers-Mr Harris, Mr Sandford.
Role: Singers Actor: Mr Harris, Mr Sandford.
Event Comment: For the Benefit of the Editor of Shakespear. For the Entertainment of the Grand Master, and the Antient and Honourable Society of the Free and Accepted Masons. N.B. By Appointment of the Grand Master, the Brethren are desir'd to meet at the Castle Tavern, Drury-Lane, cloath'd; thence to go in Procession, as usual, to the Play


Mainpiece Title: Henry Iv, Part Ii

Role: King Actor: Mills
Role: Prince Actor: W. Mills
Role: Shallow Actor: Johnson
Role: Silence Actor: Miller
Role: Feeble Actor: Griffin
Role: Falstaff Actor: Harper
Role: Pistol Actor: Cibber
Role: Lancaster Actor: A. Hallam
Role: Gloster Actor: Cross
Role: York Actor: Mil ward
Role: Justice Actor: Boman
Role: Poins Actor: Oates
Role: Bardolph Actor: Shepard
Role: Hostess Actor: Mrs Shireburn
Role: Doll Actor: Miss Mann. A new Prologue upon the Company's Return to the Theatre Royal, spoken by Mills

Dance: I: Irish Trot by Young Master Oates. II: A new Comic Dance by Master Oates and Miss Oates Jr. V: Grand Dance of Momus, as17340426

Performance Comment: II: A new Comic Dance by Master Oates and Miss Oates Jr. V: Grand Dance of Momus, as17340426.
Role: : Sailor Actor: Nivelon
Role: Lively Lass Actor: Miss Man

Song: The usual Songs, adapted to the Subject of Masonry. II: The Enter'd Prentice's Song. IV: On, On, my dear Brethren. V: Let Matrimony be now my Theme

Event Comment: This play is alter'd by Mr Cumberland was very well receiv'd Mr & Mrs Barry play'd very well Alcibiades was perform'd by Mr Crofts being his first appearance upon any Stage bad figure bad voice & Play'd bad (Hopkins Diary). New Scenes, Decorations &c. Mr Crofts-a stationer in the Temple (Winston MS 10). Theatrical Review, 4 Dec.: We think ourselves oblig'd to declare that this gentleman (Crofts), by no means answered the expectations we had formed, from the accounts we had heard of him.--His voice is not bad, though it is not much above the level of common conservation; --his deportment is aukward and void of grace to an extreme; and he labors under the disadvantage of having a face destitute of expression. His gestures are extremely ungraceful, and the whole of his execution is glaringly untutored, and misconceived. His persons is very ill formed, and therefore it makes greatly against him, especially as he is the representative of Alcibiades, who was the handsomest man in all Athens, and we never remember any one's attempting to set out as a capital performer with so few requisites for the support of such an undertaking as this gentleman appears to have. Paid Dr Nares & Mr Cooke's 8 boys in the Garter, 12 nights (30th ult. incl.) #36; Master Brown 7 nights (2nd inst. incl.) #2 12s 6d.; Licence for Timon, #2 2s. (Treasurer's Book). [Larpent MS 328 of Cumberland's Timon, is one of the earliest to include scenic descriptions: "A Hall in Timon's House. The Flat Scene represents stately Folding Doors. Scene two, the Back scene is hastily drawn back and discovers a magnificent Levee Room or Salon. &c."] Receipts: #243 1s. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: Timon Of Athens

Performance Comment: Timon-Barry; Apemantus-Bannister; Alcibiades-Crofts, 1st appearance on the stage; Flavius-Packer; Lucius-Palmer; Lucullus-Hurst; Senators-J. Aickin, Inchbald, Keen; Poet-Jefferson; Painter-Davies; Jeweler-Wright; Merchant-Fawcett; Flaminius-Brereton; Caphis-Ackman; Soldier-Baddeley; Servilius-Wrighten; Lucilius-Wheeler; Hortensius-Griffith; Titus-J. Burton; Varro-Master Cape; Philotus-Jacobs; Messenger-Follett; Evanthe-Mrs Barry; In Act I: will be introduced a Grand Dance-Daigville, Atkins, Giorgi, Sga Vidini, Sga Giorgi, Miss Rogers.
Role: Timon Actor: Barry
Role: Apemantus Actor: Bannister
Role: Alcibiades Actor: Crofts, 1st appearance on the stage
Role: Flavius Actor: Packer
Role: Lucius Actor: Palmer
Role: Lucullus Actor: Hurst
Role: Senators Actor: J. Aickin, Inchbald, Keen
Role: Poet Actor: Jefferson
Role: Painter Actor: Davies
Role: Jeweler Actor: Wright
Role: Merchant Actor: Fawcett
Role: Flaminius Actor: Brereton
Role: Caphis Actor: Ackman
Role: Soldier Actor: Baddeley
Role: Servilius Actor: Wrighten
Role: Lucilius Actor: Wheeler
Role: Hortensius Actor: Griffith
Role: Titus Actor: J. Burton
Role: Varro Actor: Master Cape
Role: Philotus Actor: Jacobs
Role: Messenger Actor: Follett
Role: Evanthe Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: will be introduced a Grand Dance Actor: Daigville, Atkins, Giorgi, Sga Vidini, Sga Giorgi, Miss Rogers.

Afterpiece Title: The Musical Lady

Role: Mask Actor: Dodd
Role: Musical Lady Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Freeman Actor: Fawcett
Role: Lady Scrape Actor: Mrs Johnston
Role: Old Mask Actor: Baddeley
Role: Laundress Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: To conclude with a Country Dance Actor: .
Event Comment: Never acted. [See Genest's comment (IV, 618) derived from Cumberland and the London Magazine-its appeal to the fashionable circles, its damnation at first performance because of the hanging of Harlequin in full view, and its modification thereafter. See 18 June and Horace Walpole to George Montagu [Arlington Street] July 28, 1761: I came to town yesterday through clouds of dust to see The Wishes, and went ac- [I, 381] tually feeling for Mr Bentley, and full of the emotions he must be suffering. What do [you] think in a house crowded was the first thing I saw! Mr and Madam Bentley perked up in the front boxes and acting audience at his own play--no, all the impudence of false patriotism never came up to it! Did one ever hear of an author that had couraee to see his own first night in public? I don't believe Fielding or Foote himself ever did--and this was the modest bashful Mr Bentley, that died at the thought of being known for an author, even by his own acquaintance! In the stage-box was Lady Bute, Lord Halifax and Lord Melcomb-I must say the two last entertained the house as much as the play-your King was prompter, and called out to the actors every minute to speak louder-the other went backwards and forwards behind the scenes, fetched the actors into the box, and was busier than Harlequin. The curious prologue was not spoken, the whole very ill-acted. It turned out just what I remembered it, the good parts extremely good, the rest very flat and vulgar-the genteel dialogue I believe might be written by Mrs Hannah. The audience was extremely fair. The first act they bore with patience, though it promised very ill-the second is admirable and was much applauded-so was the third-the fourth woeful-the beginning of the fifth it seemed expiring, but was revived by a delightful burlesque of the ancient chorus-which was followed by two dismal scenes, at which people yawned-but were awakened on a sudden by Harlequin's being drawn up to a gibbet nobody knew why or wherefore-this raised a prodigious and continued hiss, Harlequin all the while suspended in the air-at last they were suffered to finish the play, but nobody attended to the conclusion-modesty and his lady all the while sat with the utmost indifference-I suppose Lord Melcombe had fallen asleep [p. 382] before he came to this scene and had never read it. The epilogue was about the King and new Queen, and ended with a personal satire on Garrick-not very kind on his own stage-to add to the judge of this conduct, Cumberland two days ago published a pamphlet to abuse him. It was given out for tonight with more claps than hisses, but I think it will not do unless they reduce it to three acts." [p. 383]. Correspondence with George Montagu. Ed. W. S. Lewis & Ralph Brown. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1941), I, 381-83] Note: (I, 381n): Bentley's play of The Wishes or Harlequin's Mouth Opened, was offered to Garrick and Rich the beginning of 1761, but wasrefused by both. His nephew Cumberland showed it to Lord Melcomb, who carried it to Lord Bute, with a compliment in verse to that Lord by Mr Cumberland. Lord Bute showed it to the King, who sent Bentley #200 and ordered the new summer company to play [it]. There was a prologue, flattering the King and Lord Bute which Foote refused to act. Two days before it was played, Cumberland wrote an anonymous pamphlet, addressed to Mr Bentley, and abusing Garrick, who had refused to act Cumberland's tragedy of Cicero's banishment, which he printed this year [1761], unacted. The Wishes were played for the first time July 27th, 1761; the 2d 3d and part of the 4th, acts were much applauded, but the conclusion extremely hissed. The Epilogue concluded with a satire on Garrick. It was acted five nights. About the same time he wrote a tragedy called Philodamus, which he was to read to Garrick, but the latter was so angry at their treatment of him, that he declared against seeing Mr Bentley" (MS account by HW of Bentley's writings, in the collection of Lord Waldegrave at Chewton Priory)


Mainpiece Title: The Wishes; Or, Harlequin's Mouth Opened

Role: Miss Elliott Prologue Actor:
Role: Epilogue Actor:
Role: Pantaloon Actor: Baddeley
Role: Harlequin Actor: O'Brien
Role: Doctor Actor: Weston
Role: Mezzetin Actor: Blakey
Role: Pierrot Actor: Davis
Role: Distress Actor: Foote
Role: Isabella Actor: Miss Haughton
Role: Colombine Actor: Miss Elliott
Role: Manto Actor: Miss Ambrose
Role: Also Parts Actor: Marr, Watkins, Gardiner
Role: Party per pale Actor: Millar
Role: Maid Actor: Miss E. Ambrose

Dance: Master Rogier, Miss Capitani


Mainpiece Title: The Stratagem

Role: Aimwell Actor: Delane.
Role: Archer Actor: Ryan
Role: Sullen Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Bonniface Actor: Marten
Role: Sir Charles Actor: Anderson
Role: Foigard Actor: Arthur
Role: Gibbet Actor: Bencraft
Role: Scrub Actor: Collins
Role: Lady Bountiful Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Dorinda Actor: Mrs Hale
Role: Cherry Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Gipsy Actor: Miss Young
Role: Mrs Sullen Actor: Mrs Woffington
Role: To conclude with a Country Dance Actor: .

Afterpiece Title: Damon and Phillida

Role: Phillida Actor: Miss Young.
Role: Damon Actor: Lowe
Role: Arcas Actor: Anderson
Role: Corydon Actor: Arthur
Role: Cymon Actor: Collins
Role: Mopsus Actor: Dunstall

Dance: Master J. Granier, Master J. Granier's Sister

Performance Comment: Granier, Master J. Granier's Sister.
Event Comment: [Query: Is Master Jonno the little Swiss?] Paid 1!2 year's Window Tax #3 14s. 9d.; and 1!2 year's Land tax #45 16s.; Paid Mrs Rogers for wax & Brick dust 4s. 8d. (Treasurer's Book). Receipts: #130 (Cross); #122 14s. 6d. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: The Provok'd Husband

Role: Townly Actor: Barry
Role: Manly Actor: Havard
Role: Sir Francis Actor: Yates
Role: Basset Actor: Woodward
Role: Squire Richard Actor: Blakes
Role: Poundage Actor: Usher
Role: Mrs Motherly Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Myrtilla Actor: Miss Cole
Role: Trusty Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Lady Wronghead Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Lady Grace Actor: Mrs Elmy
Role: Miss Jenny Actor: Mrs Green
Role: Lady Townly Actor: Mrs Pritchard.

Song: Master Mattocks

Ballet: SSavoyard Travellers. As17491109, but Children Savoyards-Little Swiss, Master _Jonno

Performance Comment: As17491109, but Children Savoyards-Little Swiss, Master _Jonno.


Mainpiece Title: Love And Innocence

Music: CConcerto on Hautboy-Park; Concerto on Violin-Pinto

Event Comment: A Tragedy for Warm Weather. Written after the manner of the Worst, as well as the Best of the English Poets, containing amongst a Variety of Particulars, curious, entertaining, and pathetic, the Rebellion of the Journeymen Taylors on the Score of Wages, etc. Neville MS Diary: Half past Six went to ye Haymarket Theatre but could not get into ye Pit or first Gallery, so stood on ye last row of the shilling Gallery, tho' I could see little, to see how ye Taylors, a new tragedy for warm weather, would go off, being the first night of its performance. 3rd Act hiss'd-ye Gods in ye shilling Gallery called for ye Builder's Prologue-hissed off ye part of ye Old Maid twice and Davies who came to make an excuse. The Gentlemen, many of whom were there, cried No Prologue" but to no purpose. At last Foote said if he knew their demands he would be ready to comply with them. The noise ceasing, after some time he was told the Builder's Prologue was desired. He said he had done all in his power to get the performers, having seen them. After some time he came and informed them he had got the performers together, and if the House would be pleased to accept of ye Prologue in our dresses as we are you shall have it." This was followed by great clapping which shows the Genius of our English mobility ever generous after victory. Left ye House after ye Farce began. [Flints were journeymen tailors who refused to comply with the masters' terms and the regulations of the magistrate, in contradistinction to those who submitted and were in derision stiled Dungs. The term dates from 1764-OED. An extract from the Occasional Prologue (the Builder's Prologue) in prose on the opening of the Theatre Royal in the Haymarket, by Foote published in the London Magazine July 1767, p. 351. Foote, Scaffold, and Prompter are the three participants. Foote tells Scaffold he will be paid by the audience. Scaffold notes that the audience must in that case be pleased at all times. Foote promises no long processions [will] crowd my narrow scenes." He assumes that any of the reforms he plans will but echo the public voice. The Prompter then calls the actors on.


Mainpiece Title: The Taylors

Performance Comment: Master Taylors: Francisco-Foote; Campbello-Bannister; Regniades-Castle; Pearcy-Gardner; Higgleston-Newton; Flints: Abrahamides (Chief Flint)-Shuter; Bernardo Bernardo-Davis; Isaacos-Palmer; Jackiades-Weston; Bartholomeau-Smith; Humphreymingos-Loveman; Dungs: Zacharides-Thompson; Phillippominos-Keen; Timotheus-Pynn; Taylors Ladies-Mrs Jeffries, Mrs Burden, Mrs Gardner; Attendants to the Ladies-Mrs Denton, Mrs Kirby, Mrs Palmer; New Prologue-Foote.
Role: Francisco Actor: Foote
Role: Campbello Actor: Bannister
Role: Regniades Actor: Castle
Role: Pearcy Actor: Gardner
Role: Higgleston Actor: Newton
Role: Abrahamides Actor: Shuter
Role: Bernardo Bernardo Actor: Davis
Role: Isaacos Actor: Palmer
Role: Jackiades Actor: Weston
Role: Bartholomeau Actor: Smith
Role: Humphreymingos Actor: Loveman
Role: Zacharides Actor: Thompson
Role: Phillippominos Actor: Keen
Role: Timotheus Actor: Pynn
Role: Taylors Ladies Actor: Mrs Jeffries, Mrs Burden, Mrs Gardner
Role: Attendants to the Ladies Actor: Mrs Denton, Mrs Kirby, Mrs Palmer
Role: New Prologue Actor: Foote.

Afterpiece Title: The Old Maid


Mainpiece Title: The Deaf Lover

Afterpiece Title: The Italian Monk

Role: Schedoni Actor: Palmer
Role: Vivaldi Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Ansaldo Actor: Aickin
Role: Paullo Actor: Suett
Role: Spalatro Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Carlo Actor: Trueman
Role: Familiar Actor: Abbot
Role: Stiletto Actor: Caulfield
Role: Corvino Actor: Waldron Jun.
Role: Priest Actor: Usher
Role: Guards Actor: Ledger, Chippendale
Role: Marchioness Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Olivia Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Ellen de Rosalba Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Abbess Actor: Mrs Hale
Role: Margaritone Actor: Mrs Edward
Role: Gradisca Actor: Mrs Booth
Role: Fioresca Actor: Mrs Bland.

Song: 2nd piece: General Chorus [of Assassins and Nuns (text)]-Linton, Brown, Lyons, Aylmer, Little, Willoughby, Dibble, Kenrick, Caulfield Jun., Mrs Andrews, Miss Menage, Mrs Butler, Mrs Brown, Mrs Benson, Mrs Masters, Mrs Norton, Mrs Gaudry, Miss Leserve

Performance Comment: , Mrs Andrews, Miss Menage, Mrs Butler, Mrs Brown, Mrs Benson, Mrs Masters, Mrs Norton, Mrs Gaudry, Miss Leserve.
Related Works
Related Work: Physick Lies a Bleeding; or, The Apothecary Turned Doctor Author(s): Thomas Brown
Related Work: The Fatal Retirement Author(s): Anthony Brown
Related Work: Barbarossa Author(s): John Brown
Related Work: Athelstan Author(s): John Brown
Event Comment: Mainpiece: In Act I a Masquerade Scenev incident to the Play. Account-Book: Paid Music 21st Inst. #7 14s 8d.; Properties 9s. 6d.; Chorus Singers #3; Wardrobe #6 2s. 6d.; Supernumeraries #3 7s. 6d.; Guard [master carpenter] for Scenemen #12 16s. 3d. Receipts: #220 8s. 6d. (219.15.6; 0.13.0)


Mainpiece Title: Romeo And Juliet

Role: Romeo Actor: Pope
Role: Capulet Actor: Fearon
Role: Benvolio Actor: Davies
Role: Friar Lawrence Actor: Hull
Role: Paris Actor: Macready
Role: Montague Actor: Thompson
Role: Tibalt Actor: Cubitt
Role: Prince Actor: Gardner
Role: Mercutio Actor: Lewis
Role: Lady Capulet Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Nurse Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Juliet Actor: Miss Brunton.

Afterpiece Title: Midas

Performance Comment: Midas-Edwin; Sileno-Davies; Damaetas-Brown; Pan-Cubitt; Jupiter-Darley; Apollo-Johnstone; Daphne-Mrs Martyr; Mysis-Mrs Webb; Juno-Miss Stuart; Nysa-Mrs Mountain.
Role: Midas Actor: Edwin
Role: Sileno Actor: Davies
Role: Damaetas Actor: Brown
Role: Pan Actor: Cubitt
Role: Jupiter Actor: Darley
Role: Apollo Actor: Johnstone
Role: Daphne Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Mysis Actor: Mrs Webb
Role: Juno Actor: Miss Stuart
Role: Nysa Actor: Mrs Mountain.

Song: End IV: Juliet's Funeral Procession-; with the Solemn Dirge-; Vocal Parts-Johnstone, Cubitt, Brown, Darley, Doyle, Rock, Mrs Martyr, Mrs Mountain, Mrs Morton, Miss Stuart, Mrs Davenett, Mrs Watts, Miss Blower, Mrs Kennedy

Related Works
Related Work: Physick Lies a Bleeding; or, The Apothecary Turned Doctor Author(s): Thomas Brown
Related Work: The Fatal Retirement Author(s): Anthony Brown
Related Work: Barbarossa Author(s): John Brown
Related Work: Athelstan Author(s): John Brown


Mainpiece Title: The Surrender Of Calais

Role: King Edward Actor: Davies
Role: Harcourt Actor: Abbot
Role: Sir Walter Manny Actor: Usher
Role: John de Vienne Actor: Aickin
Role: Ribbomont Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Pierre Actor: Palmer
Role: Officer Actor: Palmer Jun.
Role: John D'Aire Actor: Trueman
Role: Old Man Actor: Waldron
Role: Crier Actor: Ledger
Role: O'Carrol Actor: Johnstone
Role: Serjeant Actor: Wathen
Role: La Gloire Actor: Fawcett
Role: Carpenters Actor: Suett, Davenport
Role: Queen Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Julia Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Madelon Actor: Mrs Bland.

Afterpiece Title: The Prisoner at Large

Role: Muns Actor: Fawcett
Role: Lord Edmund Actor: Davies
Role: Count Fripon Actor: Caulfield
Role: Trap Actor: Waldron Jun.
Role: Jack Connor Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Dowdle Actor: Munden
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Adelaide Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Landlady Actor: Mrs Hale
Role: Mary Actor: Mrs Gibbs.

Song: Mainpiece: Vocal Parts-Aylmer, Brown, Dibble, Kenrick, Linton, Little, Caulfield Jun., Walker, Willoughby, Miss Andrews, Mrs Edward, Mrs Hale, Mrs Gaudry, Mrs Butler, Mrs Masters, Mrs Norton, Miss Menage, Mrs Wall, Mrs Benson, Miss Leserve

Performance Comment: , Walker, Willoughby, Miss Andrews, Mrs Edward, Mrs Hale, Mrs Gaudry, Mrs Butler, Mrs Masters, Mrs Norton, Miss Menage, Mrs Wall, Mrs Benson, Miss Leserve.
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Mainpiece Title: The Iron Chest

Role: Sir Edward Mortimer Actor: Elliston
Role: Fitzharding Actor: Aickin
Role: Wilford Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Adam Winterton Actor: Fawcett
Role: Rawbold Actor: Palmer
Role: Samson Actor: Suett
Role: Armstrong Actor: Trueman
Role: Orson Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Robbers Actor: Davies, Caulfield, Bannister
Role: Helen Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Blanch Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Barbara Actor: Mrs Bland
Role: Judith Actor: Mrs Harlowe.

Afterpiece Title: Sylvester Daggerwood

Role: Sylvester Daggerwood Actor: Fawcett
Role: Apewell Actor: Caulfield
Role: Fustian Actor: Suett.

Afterpiece Title: A Duke and No Duke

Role: Trappolin Actor: Palmer
Role: Lavinio Actor: Caulfield
Role: Brunetto Actor: Palmer Jun.
Role: Mago Actor: Davies
Role: Puritan Actor: Suett
Role: Isabella Actor: Mrs Cuyler
Role: Prudentia Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Flametta Actor: Mrs Harlowe.

Song: 1st piece: General Chorus-Philipps, Linton, Brown, Aylmer, Little, Walker, Willoughby, Dibble, Caulfield Jun., Ms Edward, Ms Benson, Ms Butler, Ms Gaudry, Ms Hale, Ms Masters, Ms Menage, Ms Norton, Ms Leserve

Performance Comment: , Ms Edward, Ms Benson, Ms Butler, Ms Gaudry, Ms Hale, Ms Masters, Ms Menage, Ms Norton, Ms Leserve.
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Related Work: Physick Lies a Bleeding; or, The Apothecary Turned Doctor Author(s): Thomas Brown
Related Work: The Fatal Retirement Author(s): Anthony Brown
Related Work: Barbarossa Author(s): John Brown
Related Work: Athelstan Author(s): John Brown