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Event Comment: For the Prologue, See Prior, Dialogues of the Dead, ed. A. R. Waller (Cambridge, 1907), p. 195. It is not certain on which day during the holidays the play was given

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Cleomenes

Performance Comment: By the Students of the Westminster School; Prologue Written by Matthew Prior-Lord Bathurst at Westminster School, At a Representation of Mr Dryden's Cleomenes, the Spartan Hero, at Christmas, 1695.
Event Comment: At the New Wells, London Spa. To begin at two o'clock and at five o'clock. [This house managed by Matthews, Dancer, and Yeates. See Daily Advertiser 13 March.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Sacrifice Of Iphigenia

Cast
Role: Agamemnon Actor: Nicholls, his first here
Role: Calchas Actor: Rooker
Role: Iphigenia Actor: Mrs Yeates
Role: First Priest Actor: Master Budd
Role: Diana Actor: Mrs Smith

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Mountebank; or, The Squire Electrified

Cast
Role: Harlequin Actor: M. L'Agile, from Paris
Role: Squire Actor: Yates
Role: Columbine Actor: Mrs Smith
Role: Clown Actor: Warner.

Dance: Matthews, M'Neil, Mrs Addison, Miss Rayner (1750 ed.)

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Related Work: The Spendthrift Author(s): Matthew Draper
Related Work: The Parthian Hero; or, Love in Distress Author(s): Matthew Gardiner
Related Work: The Sharpers; or, The Female Match-Maker Author(s): Matthew Gardiner
Related Work: Vertumnus and Pomona Author(s): Matthew Feilde
Related Work: The Castle-Spectre Author(s): Matthew Gregory Lewis
Related Work: The Twins; or, Is It He, or his Brother? Author(s): Matthew Gregory Lewis
Related Work: The East Indian Author(s): Matthew Gregory Lewis
Related Work: Primrose Green; or, Love in the Country Author(s): Matthew Peter King

Performances

Mainpiece Title: London's Great Jubilee

Performance Comment: Restor'd and Perform'd On Tuesday, October the 29th 1689. For the Entertainment of the Right Honourable Sir ThomasPilkington Kt. Lord Mayor of the City of London. Containing a Description of the several Pageants and Speeches together with a Song for the Entertainment of Their Majesties, who with their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Denmark, the whole Court, and both Houses of Parliament, Honour His Lordship this Year with their Presence. All set forth at the Proper Cost and Charges of the Right Worshipful Company of Skinners. [By Matthew Taubman.]
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Related Work: London's Great Jubilee Author(s): Matthew Taubman
Event Comment: A New Comedy. [By Matthew Draper.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Spendthrift

Related Works
Related Work: The Spendthrift Author(s): Matthew Draper
Event Comment: Benefit the Author, who is under Misfortunes. Mainpiece: A new Tragedy [by Matthew Gardiner]. Afterpiece: A new Ballad Opera, by the same Author

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Parthian Hero; Or, Love In Distress

Related Works
Related Work: The Parthian Hero; or, Love in Distress Author(s): Matthew Gardiner

Afterpiece Title: The Sharpers; or, The Female Match-Maker

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Related Work: The Sharpers; or, The Female Match-Maker Author(s): Matthew Gardiner
Event Comment: 3rd piece [1st time; past 2, by Matthew Feilde. MS: Larpent 585; not published; synopsis of plot in Public Advertiser, 22 Feb.]: With New Overture and Music, composed by [Michael] Arne. New Dresses, Scenes and Decorations. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. Receipts: #247 12s. (243/19/6; 3/12/6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Which Is The Man

Afterpiece Title: The Dramatic Puffers

Cast
Role: : Zephyr Actor: Edwin
Role: Breeze Actor: Robson
Role: Author Actor: Whitfield
Role: Momus Actor: Quick
Role: Jupiter Actor: Reinhold
Role: Paris Actor: Mattocks
Role: Mercury Actor: Robson
Role: Venus Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Pallas Actor: Mrs Morton
Role: Iris Actor: Miss Morris
Role: Juno Actor: Miss Catley
Role: Tom Thumb Actor: Master Edwin
Role: Lord Grizzle Actor: Edwin
Role: Ghost Actor: Reinhold
Role: Noodle Actor: Robson
Role: Doodle Actor: Davies
Role: King Actor: Quick
Role: Huncamunca Actor: Mrs Kennedy
Role: Glumdalca Actor: Mrs Webb
Role: Queen Dollalolla Actor: Miss Catley

Afterpiece Title: Vertumnus and Pomona

Cast
Role: : Vertumnus Actor: Mrs Kennedy
Role: Cupid Actor: Miss Morris
Role: Sylvanus Actor: Edwin
Role: Citronella Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Pomona Actor: Miss Harper.
Related Works
Related Work: Vertumnus and Pomona Author(s): Matthew Feilde

Dance: End of Epilogue a new Pastoral Dance, Palemon and Lavinia, by Aldridge, Langrish, Mrs Davenett, Miss Francis, Miss Rowson, Miss Besford

Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; MD 5, by Matthew Gregory Lewis; incidental music by Michael Kelly (see 2 Feb. 1798), with one selection from Jomelli. Prologue and Epilogue by the author (Monthly Mirror, Dec. 1797, pp. 357-58)]: With new Dresses, Scenery, and Decorations. The Scenery designed by the late Mr Greenwood [who died on 1 Nov.], and executed by his Son, Pugh, and others. Times, 15 Jan. 1798: This day is published The Castle-Spectre (2s.). "There is a sufficient number of Ghosts, Hobgoblins, Cells and Trap-doors to serve for a pantomimical exhibition of the most extravagant nature, and the whole may, with no breach of propriety, be termed a Speaking Pantomime, of which Kemble is made the Harlequin and Mrs Jordan the Columbine" (Morning Herald, 16 Dec.). Receipts: #316 18s. 6d. (257.6.6; 58.17.0; 0.15.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Castle-spectre

Cast
Role: Osmond Actor: Barrymore
Role: Reginald Actor: Wroughton
Role: Percy Actor: Kemble
Role: Father Philip Actor: Palmer
Role: Motley Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Kenric Actor: Aickin
Role: Hassan Actor: Dowton
Role: Saib Actor: Trueman
Role: Muley Actor: Davis
Role: Alaric Actor: Wentworth
Role: Harold Actor: Gibbon
Role: Allan Actor: Packer
Role: Edric Actor: Wathen
Role: Angela Actor: Mrs Jordan
Role: Alice Actor: Mrs Walcot
Role: 's Ghost] Actor: Mrs Powell
Role: Prologue Actor: Wroughton
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Jordan.
Related Works
Related Work: The Castle-Spectre Author(s): Matthew Gregory Lewis

Afterpiece Title: The Virgin Unmask'd

Cast
Role: Mr Cockney Actor: Suett
Role: Ben Bowsprit Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Billy Buckram Actor: Hollingsworth
Role: Donald Campbell Actor: Dignum
Role: Hokensloken Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Boatswain Actor: Sedgwick
Role: O'Thunder Actor: Davis
Role: Chimney@Sweeper Actor: Grimaldi
Role: Boatman Actor: Maddocks
Role: Sailors Actor: Trueman, Wentworth, Evans
Role: Mary Actor: Mrs Bland
Role: Mrs Cockney Actor: Mrs Walcot
Role: Mrs Buckram Actor: Miss Tidswell.
Role: Goodwill Actor: Packer
Role: Blister Actor: Suett
Role: Coupee Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Quaver Actor: Dignum
Role: Miss Lucy Actor: Mrs Bland.
Event Comment: Benefit for Lee and Matthews. Tickets and places to be had of Lee at Mr Oliphant's Exeter St., and of Matthews, at the Golden Ball in Duke's, late Earl's Court, Drury Lane. Receipts: #150 (Cross); house charges, #63 (Powel); cash, #77 2s.; tickets, #82 7s. (Clay MS)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Constant Couple

Cast
Role: Col Standard Actor: Lee.
Role: Lady Darling Actor: Mrs Macklin
Role: Lady Lurewell Actor: Mrs Pritchard
Role: Sir Harry Wildair Actor: Mrs Woffington
Role: Smuggler Actor: Taswell
Role: Beau Clincher Actor: Yates
Role: Clincher Jun Actor: Neale
Role: Vizard Actor: Havard
Role: Dickey Actor: Ray
Role: Tom Errand Actor: Leigh
Role: Constable Actor: Winstone
Role: Angelica Actor: Mrs Mills
Role: Parley Actor: Mrs Green

Afterpiece Title: The School Boy

Cast
Role: School boy Actor: Yates
Role: Young Rakish Actor: Lee
Role: Major Rakish Actor: I. Sparks
Role: Lady Manlove Actor: Mrs Macklin
Role: Father Benedict Actor: Blakes
Role: Lettice Actor: Mrs Green.

Dance: I: Tambourine-Anne Auretti; II: New Dance-Matthews, Mrs Addison; III: Dutch Dance, as17471128; IV: Savoyards, as17471215; V: Hornpipe (By Desire)-Matthews

Event Comment: Benefit Matthew Dubourg, age 15. At 7 p.m. Tickets 5s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Concert

Music: Vocal and Instrumental Music-; With several New Solos and Concertos-Matthew Dubourg; Singing-Mrs Fletcher

Event Comment: The United Company. This performance is on the L. C. list, 5@141, p. 369. See also Nicoll, Restoration Drama, p. 352. In L. C. 5@150, p. 156, is an order to prepare the stage for the play, and, in L. C. 5@150, p. 164, is another order for new equipment. Luttrell, A Brief Relation, II, 125: The 4th, being his majesties birth day...and at night was a consort of musick, and a play afterwards. Matthew Prior wrote A Pindarique Ode which was sung before Their Majesties at court on this day. See The Literary Works of Matthew Prior, ed. H. B. Wright and M. K. Spears (Oxford, 1959), I, 96-98; II, 858. Cibber, Apology, I, 128: The agreeable was so natural to [Mountfort], that even in that dissolute Character of the Rover he seem'd to wash off the Guilt from Vice, and gave it Charms and Merit. For tho' it may be a Reproach to the Poet to draw such Characters not only unpunish'd but rewarded, the Actor may still be allow'd his due Praise in his excellent Performance. And this is a Distinction which, when this Comedy was acted at Whitehall, King William's Queen Mary was pleas'd to make in favour of Monfort, notwithstanding her Disapprobation of the Play

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Rover

Cast
Role: Willmore Actor: Mountfort?
Role: With a Concert Actor: .
Event Comment: To begin exactly at 6:00 o'clock. Boxes 5s. Pit 3s. Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery 1s. Places for the Boxes to be had of Mr Varney at the Stage door. [Repeated throughout the season.] Ye Naturalizing Bill having made some Noise against the Jews, some people call'd out for ye Merchant of Venice, & a Letter was thrown upon ye Stage desiring that play instead of the Opera, but we took no Notice of it, some little hissing but it dy'd away (Cross). [Sometime in the calendar year 1753, Lacy and Garrick drew up a mortgage on the Drury Lane property for #10,000, to be amortized to James Clutterbuck over a period of twenty-one years at the rate of #4 per acting night, and permission to grant free seats in any part of the theatre (except the stage, scenes and orchestra) to forty persons. These latter to be named and seats assigned ten days prior to the opening of any season. This thirteen-page document, which describes accurately the bounds of the 13,134 square feet of land on which the ten buildings comprising Drury Lane Theatre stood, contains protective clauses for Clutterbuck, to the effect that Garrick and Lacy will exhibit nowhere else in London without the #4 nightly payment and for Garrick and Lacy, to the effect that arrears in payment could be collected solely from Drury Lane property, and not from the individual incomes of the mortgagees. It was not signed, so apprently was not executed. (See Havard, Collection of Documents dealing with affairs of Drury Lane, No 2, fMS, Thr 12.)] Receipts: #150 (Cross)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Beggar's Opera

Performance Comment: Macheath-Beard; Peachum-Yates; Lockit-Berry; Mat o Mint-Blakes; Filch-Raftor; Lucy-Mrs Clive; Mrs Peachum-Mrs Cross; Diana Trapes-Mrs Havard; Polly-Mrs Davies; In Act III a Hornpipe-Matthews, others; To conclude with a Country Dance-the characters of the opera.
Cast
Role: Macheath Actor: Beard
Role: Peachum Actor: Yates
Role: Lockit Actor: Berry
Role: Mat o Mint Actor: Blakes
Role: Filch Actor: Raftor
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Mrs Peachum Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Diana Trapes Actor: Mrs Havard
Role: Polly Actor: Mrs Davies
Role: In Act III a Hornpipe Actor: Matthews, others
Role: To conclude with a Country Dance Actor: the characters of the opera.

Afterpiece Title: The Lying Valet

Cast
Role: Sharp Actor: Yates
Role: Gayless Actor: Blakes
Role: Melissa Actor: Mrs Bennet
Role: Kitty Pry Actor: Miss Minors.
Event Comment: The United Company. This performance is on the L. C. list, 5@147, p. 68: The King & Queene at the Silent Woman. See also Nicoll, Restoration Drama, p. 350. Matthew Prior, Satire Upon the Poets: @Mountfort how fit for Politicks and Law@That play'd so well Sir Courtly and Jack Daw.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Silent Woman

Cast
Role: Jack Daw Actor: Mountfort?.
Event Comment: Betterton's Company. The date of the first production is not known, but the Songs were advertised in the Flying Post, 6-8 Dec. 1698, and the play in the London Gazette, 19-22 Dec. 1698; hence, the premiere was certainly not later than early December and was probably not later than November. In fact, on 5 Dec. 1698 Dr. William Aglionby wrote Matthew Prior, referring to Dennis, "a poor poet who has made us a fine entertainment of Rinaldo and Armida" (quoted in The Works of John Dennis, II, 489). In a dialogue written by John Oldmixon (Reflections on the Stage [London, 1699], p. 101) Savage, referring to Rinaldo and Armida, states: I have seen it 3 or 4 times already, but the Musick is so fine, and the Play pleases me so well, that I shall not think it a burthen [to see it again] (in The Works of John Dennis, I, 479). The Musical Entertainments in the Tragedy of Rinaldo and Armida (1699) is reprinted, with an introduction by Herbert Davis, in Theatre Miscellany (Luttrell Society Reprints, No 14, Oxford, 1953), pp. 103-15. One song, Ah queen, ah wretched queen, give o'er, sung by Gouge, is in Mercurius Musicus, 1699; and another, Jolly breeze that comes whistling, sung by Gouge, is in Twelve New Songs, 1699. A Comparison between the Two Stages (1702), p. 22: Critick: At last, (as you say) the old Stagers moulded a piece of Pastry work of their own, and made a kind of Lenten Feast with their Rinaldo and Armida; this surpriz'd not only Drury-lane, but indeed all the Town, no body ever dreaming of an Opera there; 'tis true they had heard of Homer's Illiads in a Nut-shel, and Jack in a Box, and what not?...Sullen: Well, with this Vagary they tug'd a while, and The Jolly-Jolly breeze-came whistling thro'-all the Town, and not a Fop but ran to see the Celebrated Virgin in a Machine; there she shin'd in a full Zodiack, the brightest Constellation there; 'twas a pleasant Reflection all this time to see her scituated among the Bulls, Capricorns, Sagittaries, and yet the Virgo still remain itacta....Critick: But this merry Time lasted not always; every thing has an end, and at length down goes Rinaldo's inchanted Mountain; it sunk as a Mole-hill seen on't: What a severity was this? that the Labour of such a gigantick Poet, nay Critick, shou'd give up the Ghost so soon: The renown'd Author thought himself immortal in that Work, and that the World was to last no longer than his Rinaldo; and tho' he stole every thing from the Italian, yet he said, what the Italian did was but Grub-street to his. See also 5 Jan. 1698@9 for a letter written by Mrs Barry, in part concerning Rinaldo and Armida

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Rinaldo And Armida

Cast
Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Rinaldo Actor: Betterton
Role: Ubaldo Actor: Thurman
Role: Carlo Actor: Scudamore
Role: Armida Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Urania Actor: Mrs Boman
Role: Phenissa Actor: Mrs Lee
Role: Epilogue Actor:
Role: Mr Dennis Actor: .
Event Comment: Betterton's Company. This performance was probably the first day of this revival, for Matthew Prior wrote to Abraham Stanyan, 8 Jan. 1699@1700: To-morrow night Betterton acts Falstaff, and to encourage that poor house the Kit Katters have taken one side-box and the Knights of the Toast have taken the other (HMC, Bath MSS. [London, 1908], III, 394). See also 28 Jan. 1699@1700. The play was advertised in the London Gazette, No. 3601, 13-16 May 1700, and the title page states: Reviv'd, with Alterations. Written Originally by Mr Shakespear

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry The Fourth; With The Humours Of Sir John Falstaff

Cast
Role: King Henry IV Actor: Berry
Role: Prince of Wales Actor: Scudamore
Role: John Earl of Lancaster Actor: Bayly
Role: Northumberland Actor: Boman
Role: Henry Percy Actor: Verbruggen
Role: Westmorland Actor: Pack
Role: Worcester Actor: Freeman
Role: Owen Glendower Actor: Hodgson
Role: Douglas Actor: Arnold
Role: Sir Walter Blunt Actor: Trout
Role: Sir Richard Vernon Actor: Harris
Role: Sir John Falstaff Actor: Betterton
Role: Bardolph Actor: Bright
Role: Francis the Drawer Actor: Bowen
Role: Katherine Percy Actor: Mrs Boman
Role: Hostess Actor: Mrs Leigh.
Event Comment: Mainpiece: With the original Music of Matthew Locke, and Accompaniments by Dr Arne and Linley? Sen.. Receipts: #319 4s. (250.16.0; 67.4.6; 1.3.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Macbeth

Cast
Role: Duncan Actor: Aickin
Role: Malcolm Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Donalbain Actor: Fisher
Role: Macbeth Actor: Kemble
Role: Macduff Actor: Barrymore
Role: Banquo Actor: Packer
Role: Rosse Actor: Holland
Role: Fleance Actor: Master Chatterley
Role: Siward Actor: Sparks
Role: Seyton Actor: Trueman
Role: Physician Actor: Maddocks
Role: Captain Actor: Caulfield
Role: Messenger Actor: Evans
Role: Murderers Actor: Wentworth, Webb
Role: Hecate Actor: Sedgwick
Role: Witches Actor: R. Palmer, Wewitzer, Suett
Role: Lady Macbeth Actor: Mrs Siddons
Role: Gentlewoman Actor: Miss Tidswell.

Afterpiece Title: My Grandmother

Performance Comment: Sir Matthew Medley-Maddocks; Vapour-Russell; Woodly-Sedgwick; Gossip-Suett; Soufrance-Wewitzer; Charlotte-Miss Wentworth; Florella-Miss Leak.
Cast
Role: Sir Matthew Medley Actor: Maddocks
Role: Vapour Actor: Russell
Role: Woodly Actor: Sedgwick
Role: Gossip Actor: Suett
Role: Soufrance Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Wentworth
Role: Florella Actor: Miss Leak.

Song: In: Chorus of Witches and Spirits-Sedgwick, Dignum, Miss Leak, Miss DeCamp, Miss Arne, Miss Wentworth

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Provok'd Wife

Cast
Role: Brute Actor: Garrick
Role: Constant Actor: Havard
Role: Heartfree Actor: Mills
Role: Songs Actor: Beard
Role: Razor Actor: Yates
Role: Rake Actor: Blakes
Role: Lady Fanciful Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Mademoiselle Actor: Mrs Green
Role: Belinda Actor: Mrs Willoughby
Role: Lady Brute Actor: Mrs Pritchard.

Afterpiece Title: The Anatomist

Cast
Role: Old Gerald Actor: Shuter
Role: Beatrice Actor: Mrs Bennet
Role: Medicin Actor: Blakes
Role: Crispin Actor: Yates.

Dance: Matthews, Mrs Addison

Related Works
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Related Work: London's Great Jubilee Author(s): Matthew Taubman
Related Work: The Spendthrift Author(s): Matthew Draper
Related Work: The Parthian Hero; or, Love in Distress Author(s): Matthew Gardiner
Related Work: The Sharpers; or, The Female Match-Maker Author(s): Matthew Gardiner
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Song: Master Mattocks

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Ugly Club

Cast
Role: Tonnage Actor: Palmer
Role: Diaphanous Actor: Russell
Role: Spondee Actor: Holland
Role: Hugh Goblin Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Crank Actor: Wathen
Role: Limp Actor: Dignum
Role: Crasis Actor: Hollingsworth
Role: Shin Actor: Dowton
Role: Gibbous Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Landlork Actor: Maddocks
Role: Nell Trot Actor: Mrs Walcot
Role: Luce Actor: Miss Tidswell
Role: Miss Mary Actor: Mrs Bland.

Afterpiece Title: The Castle-Spectre

Cast
Role: Percy Actor: Russell in place of Kemble
Role: Muley Actor: Caulfield of Davis.
Role: Fustian Actor: Caulfield.
Role: Sylvester Daggerwood Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Hokensloken Actor: Caulfield in place of Wewitzer.
Role: A Salt Eel for Mynheer Actor:
Role: Mr Cockney Actor: Suett
Role: Ben Bowsprit Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Billy Buckram Actor: Hollingsworth
Role: Donald Campbell Actor: Dignum
Role: Boatswain Actor: Sedgwick
Role: O'Thunder Actor: Davis
Role: Chimney@Sweeper Actor: Grimaldi
Role: Boatman Actor: Maddocks
Role: Sailors Actor: Trueman, Wentworth, Evans
Role: Mary Actor: Mrs Bland
Role: Mrs Cockney Actor: Mrs Walcot
Role: Mrs Buckram Actor: Miss Tidswell.
Role: Goodwill Actor: Packer
Role: Blister Actor: Suett
Role: Coupee Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Quaver Actor: Dignum
Role: Miss Lucy Actor: Mrs Bland.
Role: Sir Matthew Medley Actor: Maddocks
Role: Vapour Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Woodly Actor: Sedgwick
Role: Gossip Actor: Suett
Role: Soufrance Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Wentworth
Role: Florella Actor: Miss Leak.
Role: Count Almaviva Actor: Palmer
Role: Figaro Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Antonio Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Bazil Actor: Maddocks
Role: Page Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Countess Actor: Mrs Goodall
Role: Agnes Actor: Miss Wentworth
Role: Susan Actor: Miss Mellon.
Related Works
Related Work: The Castle-Spectre Author(s): Matthew Gregory Lewis

Afterpiece Title: A Nosegay of Weeds; or, Old Servants in New Places

Cast
Role: Sadboy Actor: Palmer
Role: Signor Arionelli Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Motley Actor: Hollingsworth
Role: Tully Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Lingo Actor: Dowton
Role: Ephraim Smooth Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Nipperkin Actor: Wathen
Role: Jemmy Jumps Actor: Russell
Role: Bowkitt Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Mrs Casey Actor: Mrs Sparks
Role: Betty Blackberry Actor: Miss Mellon
Role: Cowslip Actor: Mrs Bland.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Tartuffe; Or, The French Puritan

Related Works
Related Work: Tartuffe; or, The French Puritan Author(s): Matthew Medbourne

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Spendthrift

Related Works
Related Work: The Spendthrift Author(s): Matthew Draper

Afterpiece Title: The Jealous Taylor

Cast
Role: Tom Actor: Mullart
Role: Charles Actor: Lacy
Role: Nicodemus Stitch Actor: Ayres
Role: Shears Actor: Reynolds
Role: Snip Actor: Cross
Role: Shopboard Actor: Dove
Role: Patrick O'Thimble Actor: Hallam
Role: Evan ap Remmant Actor: Jones
Role: Mynheer Van Bodkin Actor: Hicks
Role: Sawney Mac Staytape Actor: Wathen
Role: Mons le Foppery Actor: Davenport
Role: Mrs Stitch Actor: Mrs Lacy
Role: Harriot Actor: Miss Price
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Nokes.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Spendthrift

Related Works
Related Work: The Spendthrift Author(s): Matthew Draper

Afterpiece Title: The Jealous Taylor

Cast
Role: Tom Actor: Mullart
Role: Charles Actor: Lacy
Role: Nicodemus Stitch Actor: Ayres
Role: Shears Actor: Reynolds
Role: Snip Actor: Cross
Role: Shopboard Actor: Dove
Role: Patrick O'Thimble Actor: Hallam
Role: Evan ap Remmant Actor: Jones
Role: Mynheer Van Bodkin Actor: Hicks
Role: Sawney Mac Staytape Actor: Wathen
Role: Mons le Foppery Actor: Davenport
Role: Mrs Stitch Actor: Mrs Lacy
Role: Harriot Actor: Miss Price
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Nokes.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Spendthrift

Related Works
Related Work: The Spendthrift Author(s): Matthew Draper

Afterpiece Title: The Jealous Taylor

Cast
Role: Tom Actor: Mullart
Role: Charles Actor: Lacy
Role: Nicodemus Stitch Actor: Ayres
Role: Shears Actor: Reynolds
Role: Snip Actor: Cross
Role: Shopboard Actor: Dove
Role: Patrick O'Thimble Actor: Hallam
Role: Evan ap Remmant Actor: Jones
Role: Mynheer Van Bodkin Actor: Hicks
Role: Sawney Mac Staytape Actor: Wathen
Role: Mons le Foppery Actor: Davenport
Role: Mrs Stitch Actor: Mrs Lacy
Role: Harriot Actor: Miss Price
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Nokes.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Spendthrift

Cast
Role: Parts Actor:
Role: Samuel Humphreys Actor:
Role: Joseph Thurston Actor: Mrs Lacy.
Related Works
Related Work: The Spendthrift Author(s): Matthew Draper

Afterpiece Title: The Jealous Taylor

Cast
Role: Tom Actor: Mullart
Role: Charles Actor: Lacy
Role: Nicodemus Stitch Actor: Ayres
Role: Shears Actor: Reynolds
Role: Snip Actor: Cross
Role: Shopboard Actor: Dove
Role: Patrick O'Thimble Actor: Hallam
Role: Evan ap Remmant Actor: Jones
Role: Mynheer Van Bodkin Actor: Hicks
Role: Sawney Mac Staytape Actor: Wathen
Role: Mons le Foppery Actor: Davenport
Role: Mrs Stitch Actor: Mrs Lacy
Role: Harriot Actor: Miss Price
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Nokes.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Distress'd Mother

Cast
Role: Pyrrhus Actor: Aickin
Role: Pylades Actor: Whitfield
Role: Phoenix Actor: L'Estrange
Role: Orestes Actor: Wroughton
Role: Hermione Actor: Mrs Crawford
Role: Cephisa Actor: Mrs Morton
Role: Cleone Actor: Mrs Poussin
Role: Andromache Actor: Mrs Yates.

Afterpiece Title: The Wives Revenged

Cast
Role: Don Manuel Actor: Dunstall
Role: Don Philip Actor: Wroughton
Role: Don Octavio Actor: Whitfield
Role: Don Louis Actor: Booth
Role: Trappanti Actor: Lee Lewes
Role: Flora Actor: Mrs Lessingham
Role: Rosara Actor: Miss Leeson
Role: Viletta Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Hyppolita Actor: Mrs Bulkley.
Role: Mr Vermilion Actor: Mattocks
Role: Alderman Tokay Actor: Wilson
Role: Deputy Dimity Actor: Quick
Role: Mrs Dimity Actor: Miss Weller
Role: Mrs Tokay Actor: Mrs Morton
Role: Mrs Vermilion Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Afterpiece Title: The Spendthrift

Related Works
Related Work: The Spendthrift Author(s): Matthew Draper

Dance: End: The Embarkment for Cytherea, as17781127

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Which Is The Man

Cast
Role: Beauchamp Actor: Lewis
Role: Fitzherbert Actor: Aickin
Role: Belville Actor: A Young Gentleman
Role: Lord Sparkle Actor: Bernard
Role: Bobby Pendragon Actor: Quick
Role: Miss Pendragon Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Julia Manners Actor: Mrs Bernard
Role: Clarinda Actor: Mrs Rock
Role: Kitty Actor: Mrs Lewis
Role: Tiffany Actor: Mrs Davenett
Role: Lady Bell Bloomer Actor: Mrs Pope.

Afterpiece Title: Primrose Green; or, Love in the Country

Related Works
Related Work: Primrose Green; or, Love in the Country Author(s): Matthew Peter King

Dance: After Monologue: The Jockies, as17910507

Song: End II: Black Eyed Susan-Incledon

Entertainment: Monologue. End: Dissertation on Hobby@Horses: The Statesman's Hobby; The Soldier's Hobby; The Beau's Hobby; The Lady's Hobby; The Fidler's Hobby; Mrs Mountain's Hobby; The Manager's Hobby; and His Own Hobby-Bernard

Cast
Role: and His Own Hobby Actor: Bernard.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Castle-spectre

Cast
Role: Osmond Actor: Barrymore
Role: Reginald Actor: Wroughton
Role: Percy Actor: Kemble
Role: Father Philip Actor: Palmer
Role: Motley Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Kenric Actor: Aickin
Role: Hassan Actor: Dowton
Role: Saib Actor: Trueman
Role: Muley Actor: Davis
Role: Alaric Actor: Wentworth
Role: Harold Actor: Gibbon
Role: Allan Actor: Packer
Role: Edric Actor: Wathen
Role: Angela Actor: Mrs Jordan
Role: Alice Actor: Mrs Walcot
Role: 's Ghost] Actor: Mrs Powell
Related Works
Related Work: The Castle-Spectre Author(s): Matthew Gregory Lewis

Afterpiece Title: The Smugglers

Cast
Role: Captain Pendant Actor: Packer
Role: Valentine Actor: Trueman
Role: Shingle Actor: Suett
Role: Sample Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Trim Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Beacon Actor: Maddocks
Role: Edward Actor: Miss Jackson
Role: Stella Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Phillis Actor: Miss Leak
Role: Margery Actor: Miss Mellon.