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Event Comment: Benefit for Wild (prompter) and Miss Brown. Mrs Barry's indisposition prevents her appearing in the character of Athenais

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Theodosius

Cast
Role: Athenais Actor: Mrs Mattocks, first time.
Role: Varanes Actor: Barry
Role: Marcian Actor: Clarke
Role: Leontine Actor: Hull
Role: Aranthes Actor: Davis
Role: Atticus Actor: Thompson
Role: Lucius Actor: L'Estrange
Role: Theodosius Actor: Lewis
Role: Pulcheria Actor: Mrs Bulkley
Role: Julia Actor: Miss Ogilvie
Role: Delia Actor: Miss Pearce
Role: Flavilla Actor: Miss Dayes

Afterpiece Title: St Patrick's Day

Cast
Role: O'Connor Actor: Clinch
Role: Dr Rosey Actor: Quick
Role: Justice Credulous Actor: Lee Lewes
Role: Serjant Trounce Actor: Dunstall
Role: Bridget Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Lauretta Actor: Miss Brown

Dance: III: A Minuet-King, Miss Brown

Entertainment: Interlude.End: True Blue-Miss Brown, Mrs Baker, Reinhold, Mattocks; Dances-Aldridge

Performance Comment: End: True Blue-Miss Brown, Mrs Baker, Reinhold, Mattocks; Dances-Aldridge.
Event Comment: Benefit for Miss Brown. The Words of the Pastoral Dialogue to be had Gratis at the Theatre. Mainpiece: Not acted these 6 years. Receipts: #244 6s. 6d. (167.1.6; tickets: 77.5.0) (charge: #64 10s.)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Lionel And Clarissa

Performance Comment: Lionel-Mattocks; Sir John Flowerdale-Hull; Harman-Mahon; Jenkins-Dunstall; Jessamy-Wewitzer; Colonel Oldboy-Wilson; Lady Mary Oldboy-Mrs Green; Diana-Miss Brown; Jenny-Mrs Wilson; Clarissa-Mrs Mattocks.
Cast
Role: Lionel Actor: Mattocks
Role: Sir John Flowerdale Actor: Hull
Role: Harman Actor: Mahon
Role: Jenkins Actor: Dunstall
Role: Jessamy Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Colonel Oldboy Actor: Wilson
Role: Lady Mary Oldboy Actor: Mrs Green
Role: Diana Actor: Miss Brown
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Wilson
Role: Clarissa Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Afterpiece Title: The Citizen

Performance Comment: As17761108, but Young Philpot-Lee Lewes; Maria-Miss Brown (1st appearance in that character).
Cast
Role: Young Philpot Actor: Lee Lewes
Role: Maria Actor: Miss Brown
Role: Young Philot Actor: Woodward
Role: Sir Jasper Wilding Actor: Dunstall
Role: Old Philpot Actor: Quick
Role: Young Wilding Actor: Whitefield
Role: Beaufort Actor: Thompson

Dance: End Dialogue: As17761123; End I: Minuet-Aldridge, Miss Brown

Song: End: New Pastoral Dialogue [Tell me Silvia why so sad?] set to music by Dr Arnold-Miss Wewitzer, Miss Brown

Performance Comment: ] set to music by Dr Arnold-Miss Wewitzer, Miss Brown.
Event Comment: [Miss Storer is identified by MS annotation on Kemble playbill.] Receipts: #118 11s. (117.13.6; 0.17.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Maid Of The Mill

Performance Comment: Lord Aimworth-Mattocks; Sir Harry Sycamore (1st time)-Edwin; Giles-Reinhold; Mervin-Robson; Fairfield-Hull; Ralph (1st time)-W. Bates; Fanny-Miss Brown; Lady Sycamore-Mrs Pitt; Theodosia-Mrs Morton; Patty-A Young Lady (1st appearance [Miss Storer]).Miss Storer]).
Cast
Role: Lord Aimworth Actor: Mattocks
Role: Sir Harry Sycamore Actor: Edwin
Role: Giles Actor: Reinhold
Role: Mervin Actor: Robson
Role: Fairfield Actor: Hull
Role: Ralph Actor: W. Bates
Role: Fanny Actor: Miss Brown
Role: Lady Sycamore Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Theodosia Actor: Mrs Morton
Role: Patty Actor: A Young Lady

Afterpiece Title: The Touchstone

Related Works
Related Work: The Touchstone of Invention; or, The Soldier's Fortune Author(s): John Brownsmith
Event Comment: Afterpiece: A Comic Opera altered [by Colman] from Gay. The Music entirely new by Dr Arne. Now acted for the first time in 2 Acts. [The 1776 Edition in Bell's British Theatre lists: Achilles-Miss Brown; Philoe-$Miss Valois; Thetis-$Miss Catley. [$Miss Pearce">Mattocks; Peripas-$Reinhold; Lycomedes-$DuBellamy; Diphilus-$Dyer; Ajax-$Dunstall; Ulysses-$Owenson; Diomedes-$Fox; Argytes-$Baker; Deidamia-$Mrs Mattocks; Artemona-$Miss Brown; Philoe-$Miss Valois; Thetis-$Miss Catley. [$Miss Pearce may have played Lesbia).] Paid Banks for the Head of a Figure used in The Fair #1 1s.; Paid Mr Gard for performing 5 nights in the Fair and 3 in the Sorcerer #1. Paid Joseph Besford for performing 5 nights in the Fair 12s. 6d. (Account Book). [Afterpiece unfavorably reviewed in the Westminster Magazine.] Receipts: #149 18s. 6d. (Account Book)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Earl Of Essex

Cast
Role: Queen Elizabeth Actor: Mrs P. Green.
Role: Essex Actor: Smith
Role: Southampton Actor: Wroughton
Role: Burleigh Actor: Hull
Role: Raleigh Actor: Thompson
Role: Lieut. Actor: Fox
Role: Rutland Actor: Miss Miller
Role: Nottingham Actor: Miss Sherman

Afterpiece Title: Achilles in Petticoats

Performance Comment: Principal Characters-Mattocks, Reinhold, DuBellamy, Dyer, Dunstall, Owenson, Fox, Mrs Mattocks, Miss Brown, Miss Valois, Miss Pearce, Miss Catley.
Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; CO 3, by Thomas Hull, altered from The School for Guardians by Arthur Murphy. Not in Larpent MS; synopsis of plot in Public Advertiser 19 Nov.]: With New Dresses, &c. The Music chiefly compiled; the rest composed by Dr Arne, Sacchini and Fisher. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. Public Advertiser, 18 Nov. 1777: This Day is published the Airs in Love Finds the Way (6d.). [Miss Courtenay is identified in the Airs.] Receipts: #233 8s. 6d. (232.5.0; 1.3.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Love Finds The Way

Performance Comment: [Principal Characters by Mattocks, Quick, Wilson, Wewitzer, Fearon, Mrs Farrell, Miss Brown, Mrs Wilson, A Young Lady (1st appearance on any stage Miss Courtenay]). [Cast from Airs (J. Bell, 1777) and Public Advertiser, 19 Nov.: Young Brumpton-Mattocks; Oldcastle-Quick; Lovibond-Wilson; Peter-Wewitzer; Sir Theodore Brumpton-Fearon; Bellford-Mrs Farrell; Mary@Ann-Miss Brown; Bridget-Mrs Wilson; Harriet-Miss Courtenay.
Cast
Role: Young Brumpton Actor: Mattocks
Role: Oldcastle Actor: Quick
Role: Lovibond Actor: Wilson
Role: Peter Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Sir Theodore Brumpton Actor: Fearon
Role: Bellford Actor: Mrs Farrell
Role: Mary@Ann Actor: Miss Brown
Role: Bridget Actor: Mrs Wilson
Role: Harriet Actor: Miss Courtenay.

Afterpiece Title: The Upholsterer

Cast
Role: Razor Actor: Lee Lewes
Role: Pamphlet Actor: Wilson
Role: Quidnunc Actor: Dunstall
Role: Harriet Actor: Mrs Whitfield
Role: Termagant Actor: Mrs Green.

Dance: End II: The Minuet de la Cour, as17771111; End: The Enchantress, as17771104

Event Comment: Benefit for Miss Catley. Public Advertiser, 10 Mar.: Tickets to be had of Miss Catley, No. 115, Jermyn-street, St. James's. Account-Book, 3 Apr.: Paid Miss Catley in full for salary to 31st March #210. Receipts: #290 4s. 6d. (209.7.6; tickets: 80.17.0) (charge: free)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Jovial Crew

Performance Comment: Hearty-Reinhold; Vincent-Mattocks; Hilliard-Wordsworth; Springlove-Whitfield; Oliver-Robson; Randal-Thompson; Oldrents-Booth; Justice Clack-Quick; Meriel-Miss Brown; Amie-Mrs Morton; Rachel-Miss Catley.
Cast
Role: Hearty Actor: Reinhold
Role: Vincent Actor: Mattocks
Role: Hilliard Actor: Wordsworth
Role: Springlove Actor: Whitfield
Role: Oliver Actor: Robson
Role: Randal Actor: Thompson
Role: Oldrents Actor: Booth
Role: Justice Clack Actor: Quick
Role: Meriel Actor: Miss Brown
Role: Amie Actor: Mrs Morton
Role: Rachel Actor: Miss Catley.

Afterpiece Title: Comus

Cast
Role: Comus Actor: Mattocks
Role: Bacchanal Actor: Reinhold.
Role: 1st Spirit Actor: L'Estrange
Role: Brothers Actor: Whitfield, Robson
Role: The Lady Actor: Mrs Jackson
Role: 2nd Bacchant Actor: Mrs Kennedy
Role: 2nd Spirit Actor: Mrs Kennedy
Role: 3rd Bacchant Actor: Mrs Morton
Role: Sabrina Actor: Miss Brown
Role: Pastoral Nymph Actor: Miss Brown
Role: 1st Bacchant Actor: Miss Catley
Role: Euphrosyne Actor: Miss Catley.

Dance: In II: the original Crutch Dance-[This was danced in all subsequent performances]

Song: With additional songs, Ellen@a@Roon-Miss Catley, Miss Brown; Afterpiece: With Push about the Jorum, with an additional verse,-Miss Catley

Event Comment: Benefit for Miss Barsanti. The Long Continuance of Miss Barsanti's illness, together with a very recent affliction which has fallen the family, having rendered it impossible for her to appear on the stage, Mrs Bulkley has kindly undertaken to perform's for her; which Miss Barsanti humbly hopes will be agreeable to her friends, and that any little apparent Omission, under such peculiar circumstances, will not be construed into want of respect, but that she shall nevertheless obtain the favour of their accustomed patronage

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Suspicious Husband

Cast
Role: Strickland Actor: Hull, first time
Role: Clarinda Actor: Mrs Bulkley.
Role: Ranger Actor: Woodward
Role: Frankly Actor: Lewis
Role: Bellamy Actor: Wroughton
Role: Jack Meggot Actor: Lee Lewes
Role: Tester Actor: Quick
Role: Mrs Strickland Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Jacintha Actor: Mrs Lessingham
Role: Lucetta Actor: Mrs Green
Role: Milliner Actor: Mrs Inville
Role: To conclude with a Country Dance Actor: the characters.

Afterpiece Title: The Two Misers

Performance Comment: As17750427 but Harriet-Miss Brown.
Cast
Role: Harriet Actor: Miss Brown.
Role: Lively Actor: Mattocks
Role: Hunks Actor: Reinhold
Role: Gripe Actor: Quick
Role: Osman Actor: Dunstall
Role: Mustapha Actor: Fox
Role: Ali Actor: Baker
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Mattocks

Dance: II: A Dance-Langrish[, as17750421

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Bulkley. Mainpiece: Not acted these 5 years. [See 19 April 1769.] Afterpiece: A Farce Never acted there [Wm Whitehead]. Tomorrow (for the only Time this Season) The Merchant of Venice with Love-a-la-Mode. Shylock and Sir Archy by Mr Macklin being the only time of his performing this season. For the Benefit of Miss Macklin (playbill). Charges #66. Profit to Mrs Bulkley #43 6s. 6d. plus #103 16s. from tickets (Box 194; Pit 298; Gallery 106). Paid one half year's paving &c. for the Theatre due Lady Day #26 5s. (Account Book). Receipts: #109 6s. 6d

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Albion Queens; Or, The Death Of Mary Queen Of Scots

Performance Comment: Duke of Norfolk-Smith; Morton-Clarke; Cecil-Hull; Davison-Perry; Giffard-Gardner; Douglas-Miss Macklin; Queen Elizabeth-Miss Miller; Queen Mary-Mrs Bulkley, being their first appearance in those characters.

Afterpiece Title: A Trip to Scotland

Performance Comment: Griskin-Shuter; Sotherton-Owenson; Jemmy Twinkle-Lewes; Chamberlain-Thompson; Cupid-Miss Brown; Landlady-Mrs Pitt; Miss Flack-Mrs Willems; Filagree-Mrs Green; Mrs Griskin-Mrs Bulkley; With Dances incident to the piece-.
Cast
Role: Griskin Actor: Shuter
Role: Sotherton Actor: Owenson
Role: Jemmy Twinkle Actor: Lewes
Role: Chamberlain Actor: Thompson
Role: Cupid Actor: Miss Brown
Role: Landlady Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Miss Flack Actor: Mrs Willems
Role: Filagree Actor: Mrs Green
Role: Mrs Griskin Actor: Mrs Bulkley
Role: With Dances incident to the piece Actor: .

Entertainment: Epilogue End: (By Particular Desire) New Occasional Epilogue-Mrs Bulkley

Dance: Minuet-Aldridge, Mrs Bulkley (playbill) Fisher, Mrs Bulkley (Public Advertiser)

Event Comment: Tickets deliver'd by Mrs Lampe, Mrs Jones, Mrs Morris, Miss Cranfield and Mr Hollingsworth will be admitted. Doors opened at half past 5. To begin at half past 6

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Stratagem

Performance Comment: Archer-Lewis, first time; Aimwell-Whitefield, first time; Scrub-Quick; Gibbet-Booth; Bonniface-Dunstall; Sir Charles Freeman-DuBellamy; Sullen-Thompson; Foigard-Fox; Dorinda-Mrs Mattocks; Cherry-Miss Brown; Lady Bountiful-Mrs Pitt; Mrs Sullen-Mrs Lessingham.
Cast
Role: Archer Actor: Lewis, first time
Role: Aimwell Actor: Whitefield, first time
Role: Scrub Actor: Quick
Role: Gibbet Actor: Booth
Role: Bonniface Actor: Dunstall
Role: Sir Charles Freeman Actor: DuBellamy
Role: Sullen Actor: Thompson
Role: Foigard Actor: Fox
Role: Dorinda Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Cherry Actor: Miss Brown
Role: Lady Bountiful Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Mrs Sullen Actor: Mrs Lessingham.

Afterpiece Title: The Apprentice

Cast
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Dayes
Role: Dick Actor: Woodward
Role: Wingate Actor: Dunstall
Role: Gargle Actor: Thompson
Role: Simon Actor: Cushing

Dance: I: A Hornpipe-Miss Cranfield; II: The Pilgrim, as17750503

Event Comment: The Two Misers is unavoidably oblig'd to be deferr'd. Books of the Entertainment [The Two Misers?] to be had at the theatre. Boxes 5s. Pit 3s. First Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery 1s. No persons admitted behind the scenes, nor any money returned after the curtain is up. Places for the Boxes to be taken, of Mr Sarjant (only) at the Stage Door. The Doors to be opened at Half after Five o'clock. To Begin exactly at Half after Six. Vivant Rex and Regina. (Customary footnote for succeeding Playbills. It will not be repeated here. The Westminster Magazine, September, p. 459, indicates a Prelude was also given this opening night, consisting of several of the actors comparing notes on their various successes, casts of parts, droll accidents, which they had experienced during their different summer excursions. Mattocks, Dunstall, Lee Lewes, Miss Barsanti, and Hull participated. The reviewer reported the content of their reminiscences, but disliked the jumbled nature of the Prelude. Another account in the Morning Post, 21 September.] Note: For performance at hay 20 September, see Season of 1774-1775, p. 1905

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Suspicious Husband

Cast
Role: Ranger Actor: Woodward
Role: Strickland Actor: Clarke
Role: Frankly Actor: Lewis
Role: Bellamy Actor: Wroughton
Role: Jack Meggot Actor: Lee Lewes
Role: Tester Actor: Quick
Role: Mrs Strickland Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Jacintha Actor: Mrs Lessingham
Role: Lucetta Actor: Mrs Green
Role: Clarinda Actor: Mrs Bulkley
Role: To conclude with a Country Dance Actor: the characters of the play.

Afterpiece Title: The Padlock

Performance Comment: Don Diego-Reinhold; Leander-DuBellamy; Mungo-Quick; Ursala-Mrs Green; Leonara-Miss Brown, first time.
Cast
Role: Don Diego Actor: Reinhold
Role: Leander Actor: DuBellamy
Role: Mungo Actor: Quick
Role: Ursala Actor: Mrs Green
Role: Leonara Actor: Miss Brown, first time.
Event Comment: [The Westminster Magazine for Sept. Comments on Miss Jackson: "She is extremely stiff in her delivery and action. Could she, however, divest herself of stage formalities, there would be few better Juliet s at either house, and she would prove a very decent second-rate actress."

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Romeo And Juliet

Performance Comment: Romeo-Lewis; Capulet-Clarke; Friar Lawrence-Hull; Mercutio-Woodward; Benvolio-Booth; Escalus-Fearon; Paris-Young; Tibalt-L'Estrange; Peter-Quick; Lady Capulet-Mrs Poussin; Nurse-Mrs Pitt; Juliet-Mrs Jackson (first appearance on this stage.); In I Masquerade Scenev incident to the play; and a Minuet-Daiguville, Mrs Jackson; end IV, the Funeral Procession of Juliet with the Solwmn Dirge: vocal parts-Mattocks, Reinhold, DuBellamy, Baker, Fox, Miss Brown, Miss Dayes, Mrs Masterson, Miss Valois, Mrs Willems, Mrs Lampe, Mrs Jones.
Cast
Role: Romeo Actor: Lewis
Role: Capulet Actor: Clarke
Role: Friar Lawrence Actor: Hull
Role: Mercutio Actor: Woodward
Role: Benvolio Actor: Booth
Role: Escalus Actor: Fearon
Role: Paris Actor: Young
Role: Tibalt Actor: L'Estrange
Role: Peter Actor: Quick
Role: Lady Capulet Actor: Mrs Poussin
Role: Nurse Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Juliet Actor: Mrs Jackson
Role: and a Minuet Actor: Daiguville, Mrs Jackson
Role: vocal parts Actor: Mattocks, Reinhold, DuBellamy, Baker, Fox, Miss Brown, Miss Dayes, Mrs Masterson, Miss Valois, Mrs Willems, Mrs Lampe, Mrs Jones.

Afterpiece Title: St Patrick's Day; or, The Scheming Lieutenant

Performance Comment: O'Connor-Clinch; Credulous-Lee Lewes; Dr Rosey-Quick; Trounce-Dunstall; Black Smith-Fearon; Flint-Fox; Bridget-Mrs Pitt; Lauretta-Miss Brown, in which character will be introduced a Song.
Cast
Role: O'Connor Actor: Clinch
Role: Credulous Actor: Lee Lewes
Role: Dr Rosey Actor: Quick
Role: Trounce Actor: Dunstall
Role: Black Smith Actor: Fearon
Role: Flint Actor: Fox
Role: Bridget Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Lauretta Actor: Miss Brown, in which character will be introduced a Song.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Winter's Tale

Cast
Role: Leontes Actor: Melmoth
Role: Clown Actor: Woodward
Role: Old Shepherd Actor: Clarke
Role: Autolicus Actor: Quick
Role: Florizel Actor: Lewis
Role: Polixenes Actor: Bensley
Role: Hermione Actor: Mrs Melmoth
Role: Perdita Actor: the Lady who performed Indiana

Afterpiece Title: The Druids Masque

Performance Comment: Characters-Mattocks, Reinhold, DuBellamy, Fox, Mas. Loader, Mas. George, Miss Dayes, Mrs Baker, Mrs Ogilvie, Mrs Willems, Miss Brown, Pantomime Characters-Lee Lewes, Fearon, Banks, Cushing, Holingsworth, Thompson, Mrs Pitt, Mrs Whitefield, Mrs White, Miss Wilde; The Dances-Aldridge, Helm, Harris, Blurton, Miss Valois, Mrs Stephens, Mas. Holland, Mas. Scriver, Miss Armstrong, Daiguville, Sga Vidini; Bridegroom-Mattocks; 1st Druid-Reinhold; 1st Shepherd-DuBellamy; 2nd Shepherd-Fox; Hymen-Mas. George; Cupid-Mas. Loader; Speaking Druid-Booth; Bride-Miss Dayes; Venus and Pastoral Nymph-Miss Brown; Graces-Mrs Baker, Mrs Ogilvie, Mrs Willems; Chorus of Druids-(1774 libretto).

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Ethelinda; Or, The Royal Convert

Cast
Role: Hengist Actor: Wroughton
Role: Seofrid Actor: Hull
Role: Offa Actor: Whitefield
Role: Oswald Actor: Robson
Role: Priest Actor: L'Estrange
Role: Officers Actor: Fearon, Booth, Davis, Thompson
Role: Aribert Actor: Lewis
Role: Rodogune Actor: Mrs Ward
Role: Ethelinda Actor: Mrs Hartley.

Afterpiece Title: The Seraglio

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Mattocks, Reinhold, Quick, Dunstall, Leoni, Miss Dayes, Mrs Green, A Young Lady (who never appeared on any stage) (Miss Wewitzer), Miss Brown. Cast from text (T. Evans, 1776): Abdallah-Mattocks; Reef-Reinhold; Venture-Quick; Goodwill-Dunstall; Frederick-Leoni; Hassan-Baker; Gunnel-Bates; Williams-Thompson; Polly-Miss Dayes; Curtis-Mrs Green; Elmira-Miss Wewitzer; Lydia-Miss Brown.
Cast
Role: Abdallah Actor: Mattocks
Role: Reef Actor: Reinhold
Role: Venture Actor: Quick
Role: Goodwill Actor: Dunstall
Role: Frederick Actor: Leoni
Role: Hassan Actor: Baker
Role: Gunnel Actor: Bates
Role: Williams Actor: Thompson
Role: Polly Actor: Miss Dayes
Role: Curtis Actor: Mrs Green
Role: Elmira Actor: Miss Wewitzer
Role: Lydia Actor: Miss Brown.

Music: V: the Original Music for the Sacrifice by Purcell-

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Alexander The Great

Cast
Role: Alexander Actor: Peile
Role: Clytus Actor: Clarke
Role: Hephestion Actor: Whitefield
Role: Lysimachus Actor: Mahon
Role: Cassander Actor: Fearon
Role: Thessalus Actor: Thompson
Role: Polyperchon Actor: Booth
Role: Roxana Actor: Mrs Ward
Role: Parisatis Actor: Mrs Whitefield
Role: Sysigambis Actor: Mrs Poussin
Role: Statira Actor: Mrs Hartley.

Afterpiece Title: The Device; or, The Marriage-Office

Performance Comment: [Characters by Mattocks, Robson, Mahon, Wewitzer, Thompson, Stevens, Wilson, Mrs Wilson, Mrs Booth, Miss Brown. Cast from Airs, (no pub. 1777)]: Townley-Mattocks; Sharpley-Robson; O'Donnely-Mahon; Lumber-Wewitzer; Colonel Olive-Wilson; Miss Blond-Mrs Wilson; Mrs Olive-Mrs Booth, [in Airs: Mrs Pitt; Miss Olive-Miss Brown; Thompson; Stevens. Thompson; Stevens.
Cast
Role: Townley Actor: Mattocks
Role: Sharpley Actor: Robson
Role: O'Donnely Actor: Mahon
Role: Lumber Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Colonel Olive Actor: Wilson
Role: Miss Blond Actor: Mrs Wilson
Role: Mrs Olive Actor: Mrs Booth,
Role: Miss Olive Actor: Miss Brown

Dance: End: The Humours of New@Market with the Pony Races, as17770428

Song: End I: A Welcome to the Spring (composed by Dr Arne)-Mrs Farrell

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Widow Of Delphi; Or, The Descent Of The Dieties

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Lewis, Quick, Edwin, Wilson, Lee Lewes, Fearon, Booth, Baker, Wordsworth, Bates, Mattocks, Miss Brown, Mrs Wilson, Miss Green, Mrs Kennedy, Mrs Hartley. Cast from London Chronicle, 2 Feb.: Phormio-Lewis; Megadorus-Quick; Mercurius-Edwin; Pertinax-Wilson; Tranio-Lee Lewes; Apollo-Mattocks; Venus-Miss Brown; Lucretia-Mrs Wilson; Philaenis-Mrs Kennedy; Agapea-Mrs Hartley; Fearon, Booth, Baker, Wordsworth, Bates, Miss Green. Fearon, Booth, Baker, Wordsworth, Bates, Miss Green.
Cast
Role: Phormio Actor: Lewis
Role: Megadorus Actor: Quick
Role: Mercurius Actor: Edwin
Role: Pertinax Actor: Wilson
Role: Tranio Actor: Lee Lewes
Role: Apollo Actor: Mattocks
Role: Venus Actor: Miss Brown
Role: Lucretia Actor: Mrs Wilson
Role: Philaenis Actor: Mrs Kennedy
Role: Agapea Actor: Mrs Hartley

Afterpiece Title: The Upholsterer

Cast
Role: Pamphlet Actor: Thompson
Role: Belmour Actor: J. Wilson.
Role: Razor Actor: Lee Lewes
Role: Quidnunc Actor: Booth
Role: Rovewell Actor: Robson
Role: Harriet Actor: Mrs Whitfield
Role: Termagant Actor: Mrs Green.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Percy

Cast
Role: Percy Actor: Lewis
Role: Earl Raby Actor: Aickin
Role: Sir Hubert Actor: Hull
Role: Edric Actor: Whitfield
Role: Harcourt Actor: Robson
Role: Servant Actor: Thompson
Role: Earl Douglas Actor: Wroughton
Role: Birtha Actor: Mrs Jackson
Role: Elwina Actor: Mrs Barry

Afterpiece Title: Poor Vulcan

Performance Comment: . Principal Characters by Quick, Mattocks, Mahon, Robson, Battishill, Leoni, Miss Dayes, Miss Brown. Cast from text (G. Kearsley, 1778): Vulcan, Crump-Quick; Jupiter, Stud-Mattocks; Mars, Pike-Mahon [in text: Reinhold (see17780421)]; Apollo, Wiseman-Robson; Bacchus, Guage-Battishill; Adonis, Joe-Leoni; Grace-Miss Dayes; Venus, Maudlin-Miss Brown [all the characters, except Grace, are alternateley Gods and mortals].all the characters, except Grace, are alternateley Gods and mortals].
Cast
Role: Crump Actor: Quick
Role: Stud Actor: Mattocks
Role: Pike Actor: Mahon
Role: Wiseman Actor: Robson
Role: Guage Actor: Battishill
Role: Joe Actor: Leoni
Role: Grace Actor: Miss Dayes
Role: Maudlin Actor: Miss Brown

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Jane Shore

Cast
Role: Colin Actor: Mrs Farrell
Role: Gregory Actor: Reinhold
Role: Higgins Actor: Baker
Role: Goody Fidget Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Rose Actor: Miss Brown.

Afterpiece Title: The Liverpool Prize

Performance Comment: Principal Characters-Quick, Wilson, Lee Lewes, Whitfield, Robson, Fearon, Wewitzer, Brunsdon, Jones, Clarke, Mrs Morton, Miss Stewart, Miss Brown. Cast from text (T. Evans, 1779): Debenture-Quick; Teneriffe-Wilson; Midships-Lee Lewes; George Belford-Whitfield; Wilmot-Robson; Breeze-Fearon; Monsieur Coromandel-Wewitzer; Bronze-Brunsdon; Old Belford-Clarke; Fanny-Mrs Morton; Adelaide-Miss Stewart; Harriet-Miss Brown; Jones. Prologue is not listed on the playbill, but "No person coming on to speak a Prologue, and the audience being clamorous for one as soon as the farce began, the performers then on the stage withdrew, and Lee Lewes came forward, and after an apology, spoke the Prologue designed for the piece, but which he thought he had not sufficiently matured himself in the knowledge of" (Morning Chronicle, 23 Feb.; and see cg 23 Feb.). Jones. Prologue is not listed on the playbill, but "No person coming on to speak a Prologue, and the audience being clamorous for one as soon as the farce began, the performers then on the stage withdrew, and Lee Lewes came forward, and after an apology, spoke the Prologue designed for the piece, but which he thought he had not sufficiently matured himself in the knowledge of" (Morning Chronicle, 23 Feb.; and see cg 23 Feb.).

Dance: End I afterpiece: The Burgomaster, as17790216

Performances

Mainpiece Title: A New Prelude And Prologue

Performance Comment: Characters by Wilson, Lee Lewes, Whitfield, Robson, Fearon, Hull, Miss Stewart, Mrs Poussin, Miss Platt. Cast from Morning Chronicle, 22 Mar.: Joe Type-Wilson; Ratsbane-Lee Lewes; Eustace-Whitfield; Greenwood-Hull; Passengers in a Stage-Miss Stewart; Landlady-Mrs Poussin; Mrs O'Flannagan-Miss Platt Larpent MS 472 adds: Lieut. of a Man of War, Sailor, Ostler, Boot Catcher, Printer's Devil, Chambermaid.

Afterpiece Title: Calypso

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Mrs Kennedy, Reinhold, Leoni, Miss Thornton, Miss Brown. Cast from text (T. Evans, 1779): Telemachus-Mrs Kennedy; Mentor-Reinhold; Proteus-Leoni; Antiope-Miss Thornton; Calypso-Miss Brown.
Cast
Role: Telemachus Actor: Mrs Kennedy
Role: Mentor Actor: Reinhold
Role: Proteus Actor: Leoni
Role: Antiope Actor: Miss Thornton
Role: Calypso Actor: Miss Brown.

Afterpiece Title: Cross Purposes

Cast
Role: Marplot Actor: Lewis
Role: Sir George Airy Actor: Wroughton
Role: Charles Actor: Whitfield
Role: Sir Jealous Traffic Actor: Dunstall
Role: Sir Francis Gripe Actor: Quick
Role: Whisper Actor: Cushing
Role: Scentwell Actor: Mrs Poussin
Role: Isabinda Actor: Mrs Lessingham
Role: Patch Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Miranda Actor: Mrs Mattocks.
Role: Grub Actor: Wilson
Role: Chapeau Actor: Lee Lewes
Role: George Bevil Actor: Whitfield
Role: Consol Actor: Jones
Role: Robin Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Bevil Actor: Booth
Role: Bevil Actor: Thompson
Role: Emily Actor: Miss Ambrose
Role: Mrs Grub Actor: Mrs Green.

Dance: In: Incidental Dances-Dagueville, Miss Besford, Miss Valois

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Much Ado About Nothing

Cast
Role: Balthazar Actor: Mattocks
Role: song Actor: Mattocks.
Role: Benedick Actor: Henderson
Role: Leonato Actor: Hull
Role: Don Pedro Actor: Wroughton
Role: Claudio Actor: Whitfield
Role: Don John Actor: Booth
Role: Antonio Actor: Thompson
Role: Dogberry Actor: Quick
Role: Verges Actor: Cushing
Role: Conrade Actor: Robson
Role: Town Clerk Actor: Edwin
Role: Borachio Actor: L'Estrange
Role: Friar Actor: Fearon
Role: Hero Actor: Mrs Lessingham
Role: Margaret Actor: Mrs Whitfield
Role: Ursula Actor: Mrs Poussin
Role: Beatrice Actor: Miss Younge.

Afterpiece Title: Comus

Performance Comment: Comus (1st time)-Peile; Bacchanal-A Gentleman (1st appearance on this stage [Burkett]); 1st Spirit-L'Estrange; Brothers-Whitfield, Robson; The Lady-Mrs Jackson; 2nd Bacchant-Mrs Kennedy; 2nd Spirit-Mrs Kennedy; 3rd Bacchant-Mrs Morton; Sabrina-Miss Brown; Pastoral Nymph-Miss Brown; 1st Bacchant-Miss Catley; Euphrosyne (with [song] Sweet Echo, assisted by Leoni)-Miss Catley.
Cast
Role: Comus Actor: Peile
Role: Bacchanal Actor: A Gentleman
Role: 1st Spirit Actor: L'Estrange
Role: Brothers Actor: Whitfield, Robson
Role: The Lady Actor: Mrs Jackson
Role: 2nd Bacchant Actor: Mrs Kennedy
Role: 2nd Spirit Actor: Mrs Kennedy
Role: 3rd Bacchant Actor: Mrs Morton
Role: Sabrina Actor: Miss Brown
Role: Pastoral Nymph Actor: Miss Brown
Role: 1st Bacchant Actor: Miss Catley
Role: Euphrosyne Actor: Miss Catley.

Dance: As17791231

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Distress'd Mother

Performance Comment: Orestes-Barry; Pyrrhus-Aickin, first time; Pylades-Clinch; Phoenix-L'Estrange; Andromache-Mrs Hartley; Cephisa-Miss Dayes; Cleone-Mrs Poussin; Hermione-Mrs Barry.
Cast
Role: Orestes Actor: Barry
Role: Pyrrhus Actor: Aickin, first time
Role: Pylades Actor: Clinch
Role: Phoenix Actor: L'Estrange
Role: Andromache Actor: Mrs Hartley
Role: Cephisa Actor: Miss Dayes
Role: Cleone Actor: Mrs Poussin
Role: Hermione Actor: Mrs Barry.

Afterpiece Title: The Weathercock

Performance Comment: The Characters- Mattocks, Reinhold, Mahon,Young, Quick, Miss Brown, Mrs Masters Mrs Mattocks; The Dances-Harris, Miss Ross; Amyand-Mattocks; Ready-Quick; Selvyn-Mahon; Sir Rowland-Reinhold; Delia-Miss Brown; Harriet-Mrs Mattocks (Genest, V, 512).
Cast
Role: The Characters Actor: Mattocks, Reinhold, Mahon,Young, Quick, Miss Brown, Mrs Masters Mrs Mattocks
Role: The Dances Actor: Harris, Miss Ross
Role: Amyand Actor: Mattocks
Role: Ready Actor: Quick
Role: Selvyn Actor: Mahon
Role: Sir Rowland Actor: Reinhold
Role: Delia Actor: Miss Brown
Role: Harriet Actor: Mrs Mattocks

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Lear

Performance Comment: King Lear-Digges; Gloster-Hull; Bastard-Aickin; Kent-Clarke; Albany-L'Estrange; Cornwall-Thompson; Gentleman Usher-Brunsdon; Burgundy-Robson; Edgar-Lewis; Goneril (1st time)-Miss Platt; Regan-Miss Ambrose; Arante-Miss Green; Cordelia-Miss Younge (of dl).
Cast
Role: King Lear Actor: Digges
Role: Gloster Actor: Hull
Role: Bastard Actor: Aickin
Role: Kent Actor: Clarke
Role: Albany Actor: L'Estrange
Role: Cornwall Actor: Thompson
Role: Gentleman Usher Actor: Brunsdon
Role: Burgundy Actor: Robson
Role: Edgar Actor: Lewis
Role: Goneril Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Regan Actor: Miss Ambrose
Role: Arante Actor: Miss Green
Role: Cordelia Actor: Miss Younge

Afterpiece Title: Poor Vulcan

Performance Comment: . Characters by Quick, Mattocks, Reinhold, Robson, Leoni, Mrs Morton, Miss Brown. Cast from text (G. Kearsly, 1778): Vulcan, Crump-Quick; Jupiter, Stud-Mattocks; Mars, Pike-Reinhold; Apollo, Wiseman-Robson; Adonis, Joe-Leoni; Grace-Miss Dayes [i.e. later Mrs Morton]; Venus, Maudlin-Miss Brown [all the characters, except Grace, are alternately Gods and mortals].all the characters, except Grace, are alternately Gods and mortals].
Cast
Role: Crump Actor: Quick
Role: Stud Actor: Mattocks
Role: Pike Actor: Reinhold
Role: Wiseman Actor: Robson
Role: Joe Actor: Leoni
Role: Grace Actor: Miss Dayes
Role: Maudlin Actor: Miss Brown

Performances

Mainpiece Title: George Barnwell

Cast
Role: Barnwell Actor: Wroughton
Role: Thorowgood Actor: Hull
Role: Trueman Actor: Whitfield
Role: Uncle Actor: Fearon
Role: Blunt Actor: Thompson
Role: Maria Actor: Mrs Bulkley
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Green
Role: Millwood Actor: Mrs Jackson.

Afterpiece Title: The Touchstone; or, Harlequin Traveller

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Lee Lewes, Wilson, Leoni, Delpini, Rayner, Brundson, Baker, L'Estrange, Wewitzer, Jones, Robson, Egan, Mahon, Stevens, Ledger, Reinhold, Mrs Farrell, Miss Morris, Miss Brown. Cast from Songs (G. Kearsley, 1779); Morning Chronicle, 7 Oct. 1779; Larpent MS 464: Harlequin-Lee Lewes; Keel-Wilson; Scaramouche-Delpini; French Officer-Wewitzer; Watchman-Mahon; Pierrot-Reinhold; Feridon-Mrs Farrell; Colombine-Miss Brown; Larpent MS also lists: Pantaloon-; Mezetin-; Padmanada-; Lord-; Capt. O'Donnavan-; Oriel-; Custom@house Officer-; Centinel-; Landlord-; Gentlemen-;..
Cast
Role: Harlequin Actor: Lee Lewes
Role: Keel Actor: Wilson
Role: Scaramouche Actor: Delpini
Role: French Officer Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Watchman Actor: Mahon
Role: Pierrot Actor: Reinhold
Role: Feridon Actor: Mrs Farrell
Role: Colombine Actor: Miss Brown
Role: Pantaloon Actor:
Role: Mezetin Actor:
Role: Padmanada Actor:
Role: Lord Actor:
Role: O'Donnavan Actor:
Role: Oriel Actor:
Role: Custom@house Officer Actor:
Role: Centinel Actor:
Role: Landlord Actor:
Role: Gentlemen Actor:
Related Works
Related Work: The Touchstone of Invention; or, The Soldier's Fortune Author(s): John Brownsmith

Dance: In afterpiece: Dagueville, Miss Valois. [The dancing, as here assigned, was included in all subsequent performances, except on 4 Feb., 7 Apr., 10 May.

Song: In I: song-Leoni

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Duenna

Cast
Role: Ferdinand Actor: Mattocks
Role: Isaac Actor: Quick
Role: Jerome Actor: Wilson
Role: Lopez Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Father Paul Actor: Booth
Role: Carlos Actor: Mrs Kennedy
Role: Antonio Actor: Vernon
Role: Clara Actor: Miss Brown
Role: Louisa Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: The Duenna Actor: Mrs Green.

Afterpiece Title: The Touchstone; or, Harlequin Traveller

Performance Comment: Principal Character by Lee Lewes, Wilson, Delpini, Rayner, Brunsdon, L'Estrange, Jones, Baker, Wewitzer, Robson, Egan, Stevens, Ledger, Reinhold, Mrs Kennedy, Miss Morris, Miss Brown. Cast from Songs (G. Kearsly, 1779); Morning Chronicle, 7 Oct.; Larpent MS 464: Harlequin-Lee Lewes; Keel-Wilson; Scaramouchi-Delpini; French Officer-Wewitzer; Pierrot-Reinhold; Feridon-Mrs Kennedy; Colombine-Miss Brown. For additional, unassigned characters listed by Larpent MS, see17790104.
Related Works
Related Work: The Touchstone of Invention; or, The Soldier's Fortune Author(s): John Brownsmith

Dance: In afterpiece: Dagueville, Miss Valois. [The dancing, as here assigned, was included in all subsequent performances.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Bondman

Cast
Role: Principal Characters Actor: Wroughton, Clarke, Whitfield, L'Estrange, Fearon, Aickin, Quick, Wilson, Edwin, Wewitzer, Lewis, Mrs Jackson, Mrs Pitt, Miss Platt, Miss Stewart, Mrs Yates.
Role: Pisander Actor: Wroughton
Role: Archidamus Actor: Clarke
Role: Timagoras Actor: Whitfield
Role: Poliphron Actor: Fearon
Role: Timoleon Actor: Aickin
Role: Asotus Actor: Quick
Role: Cleon Actor: Wilson
Role: Gracculo Actor: Edwin
Role: Cimbrio Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Leosthenes Actor: Lewis
Role: Statilia Actor: Mrs Jackson
Role: Corisca Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Cleora Actor: Mrs Yates

Afterpiece Title: Plymouth In An Uproar

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Mattocks, Robson, Booth, Wewitzer, Brunsdon, Jones, Fearon, L'Estrange, Messink, Stevens, Thompson, Cushing, Egan, Vernon, Miss Brown, Mrs Whitfield, Mrs Kennedy. Cast from text (G. Kearsley, 1779): Lieutenant Beauclerk-Mattocks; Charles Wilson-Robson; Pipes-Booth; Twist-Wewitzer; Lord Heartless-Brunsdon; Buckram-Jones; Ostler-Fearon; Miner-L'Estrange; Landlord-Messink; Officer-Stevens; Ben-Vernon; Sailor-Baker; Ruffian-Bates; Emilia-Miss Brown; Miss Freeman-Mrs Whitfield; Sukey-Mrs Kennedy; Thompson, Cushing, Egan are unassigned. Thompson, Cushing, Egan are unassigned.
Cast
Role: Lieutenant Beauclerk Actor: Mattocks
Role: Charles Wilson Actor: Robson
Role: Pipes Actor: Booth
Role: Twist Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Lord Heartless Actor: Brunsdon
Role: Buckram Actor: Jones
Role: Ostler Actor: Fearon
Role: Miner Actor: L'Estrange
Role: Landlord Actor: Messink
Role: Officer Actor: Stevens
Role: Ben Actor: Vernon
Role: Sailor Actor: Baker
Role: Ruffian Actor: Bates
Role: Emilia Actor: Miss Brown
Role: Miss Freeman Actor: Mrs Whitfield
Role: Sukey Actor: Mrs Kennedy

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Alexander The Great

Cast
Role: Thessalus Actor: Whitefield
Role: Perdicas Actor: _
Role: Public Advertiser lists Thessalus Actor: Thompson
Role: Perdiccas Actor: Whitefield.
Role: Clytus Actor: Clarke
Role: Alexander Actor: Clinch
Role: Lysimachus Actor: Hull
Role: Hephestion Actor: Wroughton
Role: Cassander Actor: Fearon
Role: Polyperchon Actor: Booth
Role: Roxana Actor: Mrs Melmoth, first time
Role: Parisatis Actor: Miss Dayes
Role: Sisigambis Actor: Mrs Hull
Role: Statira Actor: Mrs Hartley
Role: With the Triumphal Entry of Alexander into Babylon Actor: .

Afterpiece Title: St Patrick's Day; or, The Scheming Lieutenant

Performance Comment: The Characters by: Clinch, Lee Lewes, Quick, Dunstall, Fearon, Fox, Thompson, Cushing, Bates, Chaplin, Hollingsworth, Wewitzer; Mrs Pitt and Miss Brown, in whose character will be introduced a Song; With a Prologue-; Lieut. O'Connor-Clinch; Dr Rosey-Quick; Justice Credulous-Lee Lewes; Serjant Trounce-Dunstall; Bridget-Mrs Pitt; Lauretta-Miss Brown (Genest, V, 467).
Cast
Role: With a Prologue Actor:
Role: O'Connor Actor: Clinch
Role: Dr Rosey Actor: Quick
Role: Justice Credulous Actor: Lee Lewes
Role: Serjant Trounce Actor: Dunstall
Role: Bridget Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Lauretta Actor: Miss Brown

Dance: End: The Vintage Festival, as17741007