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Event Comment: Miss Hopkins 2d appearance Arethusa--well receiv'd (+Hopkins Diary). Benefit for Brereton. Tragedy reviv'd not acted these 7 years. [See 23 April 1765.] Receipts: #130 19s. 6d. Charges: #67 1s. Profits to Brereton: #73 18s. 6d. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: Philaster

Performance Comment: Philaster-Brereton, first time; King-Bransby; Pharamond-Palmer; Dion-J. Aickin; Cleremont-J. Bannister; Countryman-Parsons; Captain-Baddeley; Bellario-Miss Younge; Arethusa-Miss Hopkins; Megra-Miss Sherry; Messenger-Master Cape; Galatea-Miss Platt; Thrasiline-Ackman.
Role: Philaster Actor: Brereton, first time
Role: King Actor: Bransby
Role: Pharamond Actor: Palmer
Role: Dion Actor: J. Aickin
Role: Cleremont Actor: J. Bannister
Role: Countryman Actor: Parsons
Role: Captain Actor: Baddeley
Role: Bellario Actor: Miss Younge
Role: Arethusa Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Megra Actor: Miss Sherry
Role: Messenger Actor: Master Cape
Role: Galatea Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Thrasiline Actor: Ackman.

Afterpiece Title: A Peep behind the Curtain

Role: Wilson Actor: Palmer
Role: Lady Fuz Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: Glib Actor: King
Role: Macaroni Actor: Dodd
Role: Sir Toby Actor: Bransby
Role: Orpheus Actor: Vernon
Role: Rhodope Actor: Mrs Wrighten
Role: Miss Fuz Actor: Mrs Davies
Role: Others Actor: Packer, Palmer, Moody, J. Aickin, Wright, Johnston, Mrs Love, Mrs Bradshaw.

Dance: I: A Dance-Daigville's scholars

Event Comment: Benefit for Miss P. Hopkins, Miss E. Hopkins. Afterpiece [1st time; F 2, by Isaac Jackman. Prologue by David Garrick (Poetical Works, II, 334)]. Public Advertiser, 15 Mar.: Tickets to be had of the Miss Hopkins', No. 7, Little Russel-street. Receipts: #237 11s. 6d. (88.5.0; 23.15.6; 1.15.0; tickets: 123.16.0) (charge: #65 2s. 6d.)


Mainpiece Title: The Way Of The World

Performance Comment: As17761231, but Marwood-Miss Hopkins; Foible-Miss P. Hopkins (Their 1st appearance in those characters); Mincing-_; Betty-_; Peg-_.
Role: Marwood Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Foible Actor: Miss P. Hopkins
Role: Mirabell Actor: Smith
Role: Fainall Actor: Reddish
Role: Sir Wilful Witwou'd Actor: Yates
Role: Petulant Actor: Baddeley
Role: Waitwell Actor: Parsons
Role: Coachman Actor: Griffiths
Role: Messenger Actor: Nash
Role: Servants Actor: Carpenter, Everard
Role: Witwou'd Actor: King
Role: Lady Wishfor't Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: Mrs Fainall Actor: Mrs Greville
Role: Mincing Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Smith
Role: Peg Actor: Mrs W. Palmer
Role: Millamant Actor: Mrs Abington.

Afterpiece Title: All the World's a Stage

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Palmer, Parsons, Farren, Lamash, Burton, Griffiths, Carpenter, Baddeley, Miss P. Hopkins, Mrs Hopkins. Cast from text (J. Wilkie, 1777): Harry Stukely-Palmer; Diggery-Parsons; Charles Stanley-Farren; Waiter-Lamash; Cymon-Burton; Wat-Griffiths; Hostler-Carpenter; Sir Gilbert Pumpkin-Baddeley; William-Everard; Miss Kitty Sprightly-Miss P. Hopkins; Miss Bridget Pumpkin-Mrs Hopkins; New Prologue-King.
Role: Harry Stukely Actor: Palmer
Role: Diggery Actor: Parsons
Role: Charles Stanley Actor: Farren
Role: Waiter Actor: Lamash
Role: Cymon Actor: Burton
Role: Wat Actor: Griffiths
Role: Hostler Actor: Carpenter
Role: Sir Gilbert Pumpkin Actor: Baddeley
Role: William Actor: Everard
Role: Miss Kitty Sprightly Actor: Miss P. Hopkins
Role: Miss Bridget Pumpkin Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: New Prologue Actor: King.

Dance: End V: The Triumph of Love, as17761107

Event Comment: Louisa Dudley first time Miss Hopkins very well receiv'd (Hopkins Diary). Mrs Smith being hoarse, the Wedding Ring deferr'd. Paid Miss Berkley on note 25 Aug. #2 2s.; Mrs Sykes for women's Cloaths #21. Receipts: #163 16s. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: The West Indian

Performance Comment: Belcour-King; Stockwell-Aickin; O'Flaherty-Moody; Capt. Dudley-Packer; Charles Dudley-Cautherly; Fulmer-Baddeley; Varland-Parsons; Lady Rusport-Mrs Hopkins; Louisa Dudley-Miss Hopkins; Mrs Fulmer, first time-Miss Sherry; Housekeeper-Mrs Bradshaw; Lucy-Mrs Love; Charlotte Rusport-Mrs Abington; with Original Epilogue-.
Role: Belcour Actor: King
Role: Stockwell Actor: Aickin
Role: O'Flaherty Actor: Moody
Role: Dudley Actor: Packer
Role: Charles Dudley Actor: Cautherly
Role: Fulmer Actor: Baddeley
Role: Varland Actor: Parsons
Role: Lady Rusport Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: Louisa Dudley Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: first time Actor: Miss Sherry
Role: Housekeeper Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Love
Role: Charlotte Rusport Actor: Mrs Abington
Role: with Original Epilogue Actor: .

Afterpiece Title: The Elopement

Role: Drunken Valet Actor: Griffiths
Role: Scaramouch Actor: Atkins.
Role: Harlequin Actor: Rooker
Role: Pantaloon Actor: Grimaldi
Role: Lover Actor: Messink
Role: Clown Actor: Wright
Role: Scaramouche Actor: Keen
Role: Country Girls Actor: Mrs Hunt, Mrs Scott
Role: Colombine Actor: Mrs Sutton
Role: Concluded with the scene of the Waterfall as origi Actor: .
Event Comment: Benefit for Hopkins, Prompter, and Mrs Hopkins. By Particular Desire. Tickets deliver'd for Mary Queen of Scots will be taken (playbill). Miss Hopkins made her first appearance upon the stage in Celia in As You Like It. Was rec'd with great applause (Hopkins Diary). House charges: #74 14s.; Profit to beneficiaries: #165 2s. Receipts: #239 16s. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: As You Like It

Performance Comment: As17721117, but Jaques-Aickin; Celia-Miss Hopkins, first appearance any stage; Phebe-Mrs Davies; Rosalind with Cuckoo Song-Mrs Barry; In Act V will be introduced a Song-Mrs Hunt.
Role: Jaques Actor: Aickin
Role: Celia Actor: Miss Hopkins, first appearance any stage
Role: Phebe Actor: Mrs Davies
Role: Rosalind with Cuckoo Song Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: In Act V will be introduced a Song Actor: Mrs Hunt.
Role: LeBeau Actor: Ackman
Role: Touchstone Actor: King
Role: Orlando Actor: Brereton
Role: Oliver Actor: Packer
Role: Amiens Actor: Vernon
Role: Adam Actor: Moody
Role: Silvius Actor: Wheeler
Role: Charles Actor: Keen
Role: Jaques de Boys Actor: Fawcett
Role: Duke Frederick Actor: Bransby
Role: Corin Actor: Hartry
Role: William Actor: Messink
Role: Duke Senior Actor: Hurst
Role: Rosalind Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Audrey Actor: Mrs Bradshaw.

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Invasion

Role: Abram Actor: Jacobs
Role: Grand Chorus Actor: Mrs Wrighten, Mrs _Scott.
Role: Harlequin Actor: Wright
Role: Snip Actor: Parsons.
Role: Mercury Actor: Davies
Role: Gasconade Actor: Baddeley
Role: Old Woman Actor: Dodd
Role: Bounce Actor: Bransby
Role: Simon Actor: Moody
Role: Justice Actor: Hartry
Role: Constable Actor: Griffith
Role: Forge Actor: Ackman
Role: Welshman Actor: Waldron
Role: Irishman Actor: Messink
Role: Dolly Snip Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Mrs Snip Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Sukey Chitterlin Actor: Mrs Davies
Role: To Conclude with a Grand Chorus Actor: Champness, Mrs Wrighten, Bannister, Dibdin, Davies, Kear, Fawcett, Wheeler, Mrs Scott, Mrs Hunt.

Dance: I: A Dance-Daigville's scholars

Entertainment: End: (First time) an Address to the Town-Miss P. Hopkins

Performance Comment: Hopkins.
Event Comment: Benefit for the Miss Hopkins'. Afterpiece [1st time; CO 2 (?), by Thomas Holcroft. Not in Larpent MS; not published]: The Music [by William Shield (European Magazine, Jan. 1782, p.59)] entirely new. Public Advertiser, 15 Apr. Tickets to be had of the Miss Hopkins', No. 7, Little Russel-street, Covent Garden. Receipts: #129 8s. 6d. (61.15.0; 24.5.6; 0.1.0; tickets: 43.7.0) (charge: #66 11s. 6d.)


Mainpiece Title: The Clandestine Marriage

Performance Comment: As17771208, but Betty-Miss Hopkins.
Role: Betty Actor: Miss Hopkins.
Role: Sir John Melvil Actor: Bensley
Role: Brush Actor: Palmer.
Role: Lord Ogleby Actor: King
Role: Sterling Actor: Parsons
Role: Lovewell Actor: Brereton
Role: Serjeant Flower Actor: Wrighten
Role: Traverse Actor: Hurst
Role: Trueman Actor: Norris
Role: Canton Actor: Baddeley
Role: Miss Sterling Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Fanny Actor: Miss P. Hopkins
Role: Chambermaid Actor: Mrs Davies
Role: Mrs Heidelberg Actor: Mrs Hopkins.

Afterpiece Title: The Crisis; or, Love and Fear

Role: Captain Melford Actor: Webster
Role: Rustan Actor: Bannister
Role: Orak Actor: Holcroft
Role: Panic Actor: Dodd
Role: Eliza Actor: Mrs Wrighten
Role: Sophia Actor: Mrs Baddeley.

Dance: As17780109

Event Comment: Benefit for Hull and Miss Hopkins. 2nd piece: Written by [John] Hoole, the elegant Translator of Tasso, Ariosto, &c. Receipts: #208 0s. 6d. (55/2/0; 7/10/0; tickets: 145/8/6)


Mainpiece Title: British Fortitude And Hibernian Friendship

Role: Edward Actor: Incledon
Role: Joey Actor: Munden
Role: Sedgly Actor: Hull
Role: Patrick Actor: Rock
Role: French Commandant Actor: Claremont
Role: Gaoler Actor: Blurton
Role: Sailor Actor: Wilde
Role: Captain O'Leary Actor: Johnstone Annette-Miss Poole
Role: Johnstone Annette Actor: Miss Poole

Afterpiece Title: CYRUS

Performance Comment: Cyrus-Holman; Astyages-Richardson; Mithranes-Hull; Harpagus-Harley; Cambyses-Farren//Aspasia-Miss Hopkins; Mandanc-Mrs Yates (Who performed the Grecian Daughter, at Mr Colman's Theatre [31 Mar.], with distinguished Applause; 2nd appearance on any stage) .31 Mar.], with distinguished Applause; 2nd appearance on any stage) .
Role: Cyrus Actor: Holman
Role: Astyages Actor: Richardson
Role: Mithranes Actor: Hull
Role: Harpagus Actor: Harley
Role: Cambyses Actor: FarrenAspasia-Miss Hopkins
Role: FarrenAspasia Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Mandanc Actor: Mrs Yates

Afterpiece Title: THE SPRIGS OF LAUREL

Role: . General Wolfe Actor: Cranfield
Role: Lenox Actor: Johnstone
Role: Nipperkin Actor: Munden
Role: Sinclair Actor: Incledon
Role: Major Tactic Actor: Davies
Role: Corporal Squib Actor: Williamson
Role: Cruizer Actor: Powel
Role: George Streamer Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Mary Actor: Mrs Clendining.
Event Comment: Benefit for Hopkins, prompter, and Mrs Hopkins. Mainpiece: Not acted these 2 years. Afterpiece: A Dramatic Entertainment (in two parts) of Singing, Dancing and Dialogue in Honour of Shakespeare. In which a Pageant. The Music by Dibdin. Public Advertiser, 10 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Hopkins, No. 7, Little Russel-street, Covent Garden. Receipts: #280 7s. (169.5; 21.0; 1.2; tickets: 89.0) (charge: #64 4s.)


Mainpiece Title: The Provok'd Wife

Performance Comment: Sir John Brute (for that night only)-King; Constant-Brereton; Col. Bully (with a song)-Vernon; Lord Rake-Davies; Razor-Baddeley; Justice-Chaplin; Watchmen-Wright, Burton; Constable-Wrighten; Heartfree-Bensley; Lady Fanciful-Miss Pope; Belinda-Miss Hopkins; Mademoiselle-Miss P. Hopkins (their 1st appearance in those characters); Lady Brute-Miss Younge.
Role: Sir John Brute Actor: King
Role: Constant Actor: Brereton
Role: Bully Actor: Vernon
Role: Lord Rake Actor: Davies
Role: Razor Actor: Baddeley
Role: Justice Actor: Chaplin
Role: Watchmen Actor: Wright, Burton
Role: Constable Actor: Wrighten
Role: Heartfree Actor: Bensley
Role: Lady Fanciful Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Belinda Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Mademoiselle Actor: Miss P. Hopkins
Role: Lady Brute Actor: Miss Younge.

Afterpiece Title: The Jubilee

Event Comment: Mainpiece: Not acted these 12 years. [See 26 April 1763.] This Comedy is reviv'd for the Queen to See Mr G. in Sir Anthony Bramble which he perfkrmed inimitably--he wrote and spoke a New Address to the Ladies in the Character of Sr. Anto. which was receiv'd with very great Applause. The Play is long and heavy (Hopkins Diary). [MacMillan's note from Kemble differs slightly.] Paid salary list #624 6s. 6d.; Westminster Charity Subscription #5 5s.; Griffith 3 weeks 15s.; Mrs Greville for cloaths in Irish Widow, #5 9s. Receipts: #273 1s. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: The Discovery

Performance Comment: Sir Anthony Branville-Garrick; Lord Medway-Bensley; Sir Harry Flutter-Dodd; Col. Medway-Brereton; Lady Flutter-Mrs Abington; Mrs Knightly-Mrs King; Lady Medway-Mrs Hopkins; Miss Richly-Miss Hopkins; Lousia Medway-Miss P. Hopkins.

Afterpiece Title: The Lottery

Role: Jack Stocks Actor: King
Role: Mr Stocks Actor: Parsons
Role: Lovemore Actor: Davies
Role: Irishman Actor: Wright
Role: Whisk Actor: Burton
Role: Coachman Actor: Griffiths
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Millidge
Role: Chloe Actor: Mrs Davies.

Dance: II: The Gardeners, as17760116

Event Comment: The Rose is a New Musical performance of Two Acts by Dr Arne a very dull insipid piece. Mr G. protested against its being perform'd its being perform'd it was hiss'd from the beginning & wd not Suffer it to be given out again, therefore Mr King went on & told them it Should not be perform'd again until it be alter'd (Hopkins Diary). [Macmillan's note from Kemble differs slightly. See critical damnation of The Rose in British Theatre Article in The London Magazine, Dec. 1772.] Book of the Entertainment to be had at the Theatre (playbill). Paid Mr Petit for men's cloaths, #8 8s. CTreasurer's Book). [Reviewer for Town and Country Magazine (Theatre, No. XLI) disappointed with the Rose: "We are told that this precious piece of stuff is the production of an Oxford student; it may be so, of this every auditor is certain, that the collegian who penned it was so entirely lost in the pursuit of some abstruse study, that he has totally forgot grammar, common sense, and even his mother was unanimously damn'd."] Receipts: #172 6s. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: The Gamesters

Role: Wilding Actor: King
Role: with a song Actor: Reddish
Role: Barnacle Actor: Parsons
Role: Nephew Actor: Dodd
Role: Dwindle Actor: Waldron
Role: Acreless Actor: Wheeler
Role: Littlestock Actor: Fawcett
Role: Sellaway Actor: Keen
Role: Drawer Actor: Griffith
Role: Page Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Boxkeeper Actor: Ackman
Role: Penelope Actor: Mrs Abington
Role: Mrs Wilding Actor: Miss Younge

Afterpiece Title: The Rose

Performance Comment: Parts by Vernon, Bannister, Dodd, Dibdin, Kear, Fawcett, Wright, Ackman, Miss Weller, Mrs Davies, Mrs Love, Miss Platt, Miss Hopkins, Miss Collett, Mrs Smith. With a Dance in Act I, incidental to the piece-Atkins, Sga Giorgi; Lord Gainlove-Vernon; Jack Rattle-Dodd; Sir Humphrey Carbuncle-Bannister; Buckskin-Dibdin; Town Crier-Kear; Mr Violet-Wright; Letland-Ackman; Servant(?)-Fawcett; Billy Viodet-Miss Collett; Millclack-Miss Weller; Miss Clara Violet-Mrs Davies; Mrs Violet-Mrs Love; Lady Willmore-Miss Platt; Kitty Willmore-Miss Hopkins; Miss Serina Violet-Mrs Smith (Genest, V, 342, MacMillan, and Edition of 1773.).
Role: incidental to the piece Actor: Atkins, Sga Giorgi
Role: Lord Gainlove Actor: Vernon
Role: Jack Rattle Actor: Dodd
Role: Sir Humphrey Carbuncle Actor: Bannister
Role: Buckskin Actor: Dibdin
Role: Town Crier Actor: Kear
Role: Mr Violet Actor: Wright
Role: Letland Actor: Ackman
Role: Servant Actor: Fawcett
Role: Billy Viodet Actor: Miss Collett
Role: Millclack Actor: Miss Weller
Role: Miss Clara Violet Actor: Mrs Davies
Role: Mrs Violet Actor: Mrs Love
Role: Lady Willmore Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Kitty Willmore Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Miss Serina Violet Actor: Mrs Smith
Event Comment: Afterpiece: A masque in 3 parts with Music by Dibdin. New Scenes, Machines, Habits, and Decorations. This Entertainment is got up at vast Expence both in Scenery & Dresses very great applause (Hopkins Diary). But I wish it may answer the expence (Hopkins MS Notes). Book of Chorusses & Songs may be had at the Theatre. [The afterpiece thoroughly reviewed and excoriated by Theatrical Review for 28 Oct.] Paid Mr Dorman for coals #45 10s.; Mr Booth over stop'd last season 10s. 6d.; Supernumerary Soldiers #1 11s. (Treasurer's Book). Receipts: #259 12s. 6d. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: The School For Rakes

Performance Comment: Capt. Lloyd-King; Frampton-Reddish; Sir William Evans-Hurst; Lord Eustace-Cautherly; Col. Evans-Palmer; Willis-Dodd; Robert-Baddeley; Harriet-Mrs Morland; Mrs Winifred-Mrs Hopkins.
Role: Lloyd Actor: King
Role: Frampton Actor: Reddish
Role: Sir William Evans Actor: Hurst
Role: Lord Eustace Actor: Cautherly
Role: Evans Actor: Palmer
Role: Willis Actor: Dodd
Role: Robert Actor: Baddeley
Role: Harriet Actor: Mrs Morland
Role: Mrs Winifred Actor: Mrs Hopkins.

Afterpiece Title: The Institution of the Garter; or, Arthur's Round Table Restored

Performance Comment: King Edward-Aickin; Genius of England-Reddish; Sir Dingle (court fool)-King; Nat Needle-Parsons; Roger-Weston; Spirits-Miss Hayward, Mrs Morland, Miss Rogers, Mrs Simson; Edward the Black Prince-Miss Hopkins; Chief Druid-Inchbald; Squallini-Mrs Wrighten; Queen Philippa-Mrs Johnston (Genest's News Clippings).
Event Comment: Mr G very fine-Voice clear to the last great Applause. House (Hopkins Diary). Ladies and Gentlemen requested to come early to prevent confusion. Rec'd Stopages #6 5s. 6d.; from Mr Clutterbuck #100; Paid salary list #494 18s. 6d.; Mrs Abington's cloaths acct #2; Mr S. French #1 10s.; Signora Vidini, 1 day in full of this season 16s. 8d. Receipts: #268 8s. 6d. (Treasurer#s Book)


Mainpiece Title: King Richard Iii

Performance Comment: Richard-Garrick; King Henry-Reddish; Richmond-Aickin; Prince Edward-Miss Rogers; Duke of York-Miss Hopkins; Buckingham-Jefferson; Tressel-Cautherly; Stanley-Bransby; Norfolk-Hurst; Catesby-Packer; Ratcliffe-Wright; Lieutenant-Fawcett; Lady Anne-Miss Younge; Duchess of York-Mrs Johnson; Queen-Mrs Hopkins.
Role: Richard Actor: Garrick
Role: King Henry Actor: Reddish
Role: Richmond Actor: Aickin
Role: Prince Edward Actor: Miss Rogers
Role: Duke of York Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Buckingham Actor: Jefferson
Role: Tressel Actor: Cautherly
Role: Stanley Actor: Bransby
Role: Norfolk Actor: Hurst
Role: Catesby Actor: Packer
Role: Ratcliffe Actor: Wright
Role: Lieutenant Actor: Fawcett
Role: Lady Anne Actor: Miss Younge
Role: Duchess of York Actor: Mrs Johnson
Role: Queen Actor: Mrs Hopkins.

Afterpiece Title: Miss in Her Teens

Role: Fribble Actor: Dodd
Role: Flash Actor: Palmer
Role: Loveit Actor: J. Aickin
Role: Jasper Actor: Ackman
Role: Puff Actor: Moody
Role: Tag Actor: Mrs Love
Role: Biddy Actor: Miss Pope.
Event Comment: Benefit for Mr Hopkins, Mrs Hopkins. The Distressed Mother was oblig'd to be deferred on account of the death of Mr Holland's father (Hopkins Diary-MacMillan). Tickets deliver'd for that play will be taken


Mainpiece Title: Othello

Performance Comment: As17640414 but Iago-Havard; Roderigo-King; Desdemona-Mrs Yates; Montano-Fox; End of Play, a New Epilogue-Miss Hopkins, the Fairy Page.
Role: Iago Actor: Havard
Role: Roderigo Actor: King
Role: Desdemona Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: Montano Actor: Fox
Role: a New Epilogue Actor: Miss Hopkins, the Fairy Page.
Role: Othello Actor: Powell
Role: Cassio Actor: Palmer
Role: Emelia Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: Ludovico Actor: Packer
Role: Gratiano Actor: Parsons
Role: Messenger Actor: Ackman
Role: Brabantio Actor: Burton
Role: Duke Actor: Bransby.

Dance: II: Double Hornpipe-Mas. Cape, Miss Rogers; IV: The Carpenters and the Fruit Dealers, as17640523

Performance Comment: Cape, Miss Rogers; IV: The Carpenters and the Fruit Dealers, as17640523.
Event Comment: Garrick. Lady Brute 1st time Miss Younge--very well (Hopkins). Paid Half a year's paving, Lighting & Cleaning to Mich. Last--#14 (Treasurer's Book). Receipts: #254 11s. 6d. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: The Provok'd Wife

Performance Comment: Sir John Brute-Garrick; Constant-Cautherly; Heartfree-Aickin; Col. Bully (with song)-Vernon; Razor-Baddeley; Lord Rake-Ackman; Justice-Bransby; Lady Fanciful-Mrs Abington; Belinda-Miss Ambrose; Mademoiselle-Mrs Egerton; Lady Brute-Miss Young, 1st time.
Role: Sir John Brute Actor: Garrick
Role: Constant Actor: Cautherly
Role: Heartfree Actor: Aickin
Role: Bully Actor: Vernon
Role: Razor Actor: Baddeley
Role: Lord Rake Actor: Ackman
Role: Justice Actor: Bransby
Role: Lady Fanciful Actor: Mrs Abington
Role: Belinda Actor: Miss Ambrose
Role: Mademoiselle Actor: Mrs Egerton
Role: Lady Brute Actor: Miss Young, 1st time.

Afterpiece Title: A Trip to Scotland

Performance Comment: Cupid-Miss Hopkins, 1st time; Griskin-Parsons; Sotherton-Palmer; Jemmy Twinkle-Brereton; Chamberlain-W. Palmer; Miss Grishin-Miss Pope; Housemaid-Miss Platt; Miss Flack-Miss Ambrose; Filagree-Mrs Bradshaw; Landlady-Mrs Lowe; With Dance incidental to the piece,-Giorgi, Atkins, Mrs King; To Conclude with a Country Dance-.
Event Comment: Boxes 5s. Gallery 3s. Pit 2s. Upper Gallery 1s. Doors open at half past five. Play begin at half past six. [Repeated.] Before the Play a new Overture and New Occasional Prelude (Public Advertiser). The House has been quite alter'd since last Season and is now fitted up in the most elegant manner Possible by the Adam's etc. and is the most Compleat of any Theater in Europe. Great applause to the House before the Curtain. The Theatrical Candidates is wrote by D. G. Esq and was received with great Applause (Hopkins Diary). [MacMillan's note from Kemble differs slightly in wording. In Judging the popularity of a play in terms of box receipts for this season one must be aware of the fact that the treasurer's account books here differ from those of the five preceding years in not recording the income from the tickets delivered out for benefit nights. Hence on those nights the stated income reflects only the money taken at the door the night of the performance, and does not indicate the larger amounts which the actors received for their tickets. Deficits to various actors listed on the following pages were all paid up, presumably from the ticket receipts. Each actor doubtless at least broke even on his benefit.] Ceiling rais'd 12 feet. Old side Boxes top and bottom remov'd. New passages to Boxes. Entrance Bridges St. Light pillars to support Boxes inlaid with plate glass on green and crimson ground. Old chandeliers remov'd. Gilt branches with two candles each on pillars. Four new chandeliers in front. No slit i Curtain. Adam architects. 4,000 guineas. Persons not employed in the night's amusement ordered not to come behind the scenes--performers by that means go cross stage (Winston MS 11, from Dr Burney's News Cuttings). Paid Renters #8; Supernumeraries and Drum #1 16s.; taylor's Bill #10 11s. 6d. (Treasurer's Book). [For the 188 acting nights of the season and for 11 Oratorio nights the Renters were paid a total of #1,692. The Supernumeraries were paid an average of #5 per night or #940 for the season. No further account of these items will be made. Full account of the new look given to Drury Lane by the Adam's brothers in the Westminster Magazine for Sept. along with an approving review of the Meeting of the Company.] From Lloyd's Evening Post, 25 Sept., "On the New Front of Drury Lane Theatre": @Garrick asham'd to poke his nose@Too sheepishly beneath the Rose:@And fearing, poor man, what were Worse,@His bashfulness might hurt his purse;@Resolves this year to push a front,@And put a better face upon't.@Not surely meaning to give o'er@His Art, and make no faces more.@Yet, fair as tis, I'd have him know@If tis the last he means to show.@This face will never make amends,@For turning tail upon his friends;@Who own, by general consent,@His face the best Stage ornament.@ (In Folger Library, David Garrick Verses, Prologues and Epilogues, MS, p. 86.) Receipts: #208 11s. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: The Brothers

Performance Comment: Sir Benjamin Dove-Dodd; Belfield Jun-Palmer; first time; Belfield, Sen-Usher; Goodwin-Jefferson; Patterson-Aickin; Philip-Davies; Skiff-Wright; Francis-Wrighten; Jonathan-Griffiths; Ironsides-Moody; Violetta-Mrs Whitfield, first appearance on this stage; Sophia-Miss Hopkins; Lucy Waters-Miss Platt; Fanny-Mrs Davies; Kitty-Mrs Millidge; Lady Dove-Mrs Hopkins.
Role: Sir Benjamin Dove Actor: Dodd
Role: Belfield Jun Actor: Palmer
Role: Sen Actor: Usher
Role: Goodwin Actor: Jefferson
Role: Patterson Actor: Aickin
Role: Philip Actor: Davies
Role: Skiff Actor: Wright
Role: Francis Actor: Wrighten
Role: Jonathan Actor: Griffiths
Role: Ironsides Actor: Moody
Role: Violetta Actor: Mrs Whitfield, first appearance on this stage
Role: Sophia Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Lucy Waters Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Fanny Actor: Mrs Davies
Role: Kitty Actor: Mrs Millidge
Role: Lady Dove Actor: Mrs Hopkins.

Afterpiece Title: The Theatrical Candidates

Role: Mercury Actor: Vernon
Role: Harlequin Actor: Dodd
Role: Tragedy Actor: Mrs Smith
Role: Comedy Actor: Mrs Wrighten.

Afterpiece Title: The Miller of Mansfield

Role: King Actor: J. Aickin
Role: Miller Actor: Moody.
Event Comment: Benefit for Berrisford, Carlton Jr and Kaygill. Tickets delivered by Burroughs and Archeveque will be taken. 48th Bt. (Treasurer's Book). This Ends the Season 58 different Plays 39 different Farces 188 Nights in all (Hopkins Diary). [See 30 May; 2 June.] Receipts: #246. Charges: #84. Profits to beneficiaries: #162 (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: The London Merchant; Or, The History Of George Barnwell

Performance Comment: Blunt-Burton; Maria-Miss Hopkins, first time; Lucy-Mrs Johnston; George-Cautherly; Thorowgood-Hurst; Trueman-Brereton; Uncle-Wright; Milwood-Mrs Hopkins; In Act I, a Song-Mrs Scott.
Role: Blunt Actor: Burton
Role: Maria Actor: Miss Hopkins, first time
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Johnston
Role: George Actor: Cautherly
Role: Thorowgood Actor: Hurst
Role: Trueman Actor: Brereton
Role: Uncle Actor: Wright
Role: Milwood Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: a Song Actor: Mrs Scott.

Afterpiece Title: The Wedding Ring

Role: Pandolfo Actor: Bannister
Role: Zerbino Actor: Vernon
Role: Henrico Actor: Davies
Role: Felicia Actor: Mrs Smith
Role: Lissetta Actor: Mrs Wrighten.

Dance: V: The Sailors Revels, as17730928

Event Comment: This Play is alter'd by Capt. Thompson and a New Sea Character introduc'd which was well perform'd by Mr Weston. the Play Concludes very properly with a Representation of the Grand Naval Review the same as was introduc'd in Alfred--the whole was receiv'd with very great Applause (Hopkins Diary). Paid Housekeeper's Bill #3 10s. (Treasurer's Book). Mainpiece a Reviv'd Comedy, with Alterations and Additions, and a New Medley Overture of Favourite Sea Tunes (playbill). Receipts: #245 6s. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: The Fair Quaker; Or, Humours Of The Navy

Performance Comment: Commodore Flip-Moody; Capt. Mizen-Dodd; Capt. Worthy-Jefferson; Sir Charles Peasant-Brereton; Rovewell-Diamond; Cribbage-Davies; Lt. Easy-Norris; a New Sea Character-Weston; Cockswain-Ackman; Purser Indent-Griffith; Sailors-Wright, W. Palmer, Fawcett, Kear, Jacobs, Master Cape; Hatchway (with song)-Bannister; Arabelia Zeal-Mrs Greville (The gentlewoman who performed the Irish Widow); Belinda-Miss Hopkins; Jiltup-Mrs Bradshaw; Jenny Private-Miss Platt; Bar@maid-Mrs Davies; Dorcas Zeal-Miss Pope; Concluding with Grand Naval Review-; in which is introduced a Dance of Sailors-Atkins, Mrs Sutton; the favourite song Rule Britannia-Vernon, others.

Afterpiece Title: The Lyar

Event Comment: This Pantomime is a Medley patch up from several old ones was very well receive'd & applauded (Hopkins Diary). With New Music and an Overture. Receipts: #222 1s. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: The Gamester

Performance Comment: Beverly-Reddish; Dawson-Usher; Stukeley-Palmer; Jarvis-J. Aickin; Bates-Packer; Lewson-Cautherly; Charlotte-Miss Hopkins; Lucy-Miss Platt; Mrs Beverly-Miss Younge.
Role: Beverly Actor: Reddish
Role: Dawson Actor: Usher
Role: Stukeley Actor: Palmer
Role: Jarvis Actor: J. Aickin
Role: Bates Actor: Packer
Role: Lewson Actor: Cautherly
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Lucy Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Mrs Beverly Actor: Miss Younge.

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Jacket; or, The New Years Gift

Event Comment: Mainpiece: Not acted for 14 years, altered from Shirley. [See 7 Feb. 1758.] Characters New Dress'd in the Habits of the Times. This Comedy is reviv'd with Alterations. It is well perform'd & had great Applause (Hopkins Diary). Paid Half year's paving &c. to Mich. last for Drury Lane & Russel St. #14. Mr Godfrey for women's cloaths, #15. Mr Clutterbuck's last summer's balance #57 15s. 2d.; Mrs Foster for men's cloaths, #25 (Treasurer's Book). Receipts: #121 9s. 6d. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: The Gamesters

Performance Comment: Wilding-King; Hazard, with a song-Reddish; Barnacle-Parsons; Nephew-Dodd; Dwindle-Waldron; Acreless-Wheeler; Littlestock-Fawcett; Sellaway-Keen; Drawer-Griffith; Page-Miss Hopkins; Boxkeeper-Ackman; Penelope-Mrs Abington; Mrs Wilding-Miss Younge; Original Prologue-Reddish; New Epilogue-Mrs Abington.
Role: Wilding Actor: King
Role: with a song Actor: Reddish
Role: Barnacle Actor: Parsons
Role: Nephew Actor: Dodd
Role: Dwindle Actor: Waldron
Role: Acreless Actor: Wheeler
Role: Littlestock Actor: Fawcett
Role: Sellaway Actor: Keen
Role: Drawer Actor: Griffith
Role: Page Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Boxkeeper Actor: Ackman
Role: Penelope Actor: Mrs Abington
Role: Mrs Wilding Actor: Miss Younge
Role: Original Prologue Actor: Reddish
Role: New Epilogue Actor: Mrs Abington.

Afterpiece Title: The Witches

Role: Colombine Actor: Mrs Sutton.
Role: Harlequin Actor: Rooker
Role: Pantaloon Actor: Grimaldi
Role: Old Miser Actor: Jacob
Role: Clown Actor: Ackman
Role: Miser's Servant Actor: Messink
Role: First Witch Actor: Vernon
Role: Second Witch Actor: Johnston
Role: Bridemaids Actor: Mrs Scott, Mrs Wrighten
Role: The Dances Actor: Daigville, Atkins, Giorgi, Sga Vidini, Sga Giorgi.
Event Comment: The Genii is reviv'd with Alterations & Concludes with a Bacchanalian Jubilee & was receiv'd with great Applause (Hopkins Diary). Paid Mr Smith's Music Composing Bill for Alfred #26 5s.; Mr J. Johnston's Music Bill from Xmas last to the end of the season #23 6s. 10d.; Two extra flutes this night 10s.; Mr Loutherbourg's draft #80; Chorus 2 nights (this incl.) #4 1s. (Treasurer's Book). Afterpiece: Not acted these 9 years. [See 21 Dec. 1764.] Receipts: #140 5s. 6d. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: Merope

Performance Comment: Dorilas-Cautherly; Poliphontes-Palmer; Narbas-Packer; Euricles-J. Aickin; High Priest-Bransby; Ismene-Miss Hopkins; Merope-Miss Younge; Erox-Hurst; With a Procession-; a Sacrifice-.
Role: Dorilas Actor: Cautherly
Role: Poliphontes Actor: Palmer
Role: Narbas Actor: Packer
Role: Euricles Actor: J. Aickin
Role: High Priest Actor: Bransby
Role: Ismene Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Merope Actor: Miss Younge
Role: Erox Actor: Hurst
Role: With a Procession Actor:
Role: a Sacrifice Actor: .
Event Comment: Mr Lacy a Proprietor of this Theatre made his first appearance upon the Stage in the part of Alexander. He is very Tall, & Thin, a good Voice but His Fright took away from it's power--he was rec'ed with Applause. Mr Garrick wrote a New Occasional Prologue to introduce him, which was Spoken by Mr King & rec'ed with great Applause (Hopkins Diary). Paid 4 days list at #91 8s. 10d. per diem #365 15s. 4d.; Mr J. French on Acct #10 10s. (Treasurer's Book). [The Westminster Magazine commented on Willoughby Lacy's performance (Oct. 1774): "His performance was far from answering the expectations we had been taught to form from a friend and pupil of our English Roscius. Indeed Mr Lacy is a very young man: therefore we ought not to draw the line of our expectation. His figure is at present lank, awkward, and unengaging; his voice distinctly powerful, but inharmonious; his action outre, vulgar and forced: his attitudes unnatural, affected and disgustful; and his delivery a continued rant, without proper change, a pleasing variety, or a just discrimination of the necessary difference of tone demanded by the different passions. defects...are not unsurmountable...The play was prefaced by a new Prologue, evidently the production of Mr Garrick. It had some humor and was well received. The purport of it was to beg favor for the hero of the evening, whom it compared to a young swimmer, who had tried to float in two shallow streams, and was now about to venture himself in the great deep. This image is certainly an apt one, though, it is no great compliment to the audiences of Norwich and Birmingham."] Receipts: #248 19s. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: Alexander The Great; Or, The Rival Queens

Performance Comment: Alexander-a Young Gentleman, first appearance on this stage; Clytus-Jefferson; Lysimachus-Brereton; Cassander-Palmer; Hephestion-Davies; Thessalus-Wright; Perdiccas-Wheeler; Parisatis-Miss Hopkins; Polyperchon-Bransby; Eumenes-Keen; Sysigambis-Mrs Johnston; Statira-Mrs Baddeley, first time; Roxana-Miss Young; With the Triumphal Entry-; and an Occasional Prologue-King.
Role: Alexander Actor: a Young Gentleman, first appearance on this stage
Role: Clytus Actor: Jefferson
Role: Lysimachus Actor: Brereton
Role: Cassander Actor: Palmer
Role: Hephestion Actor: Davies
Role: Thessalus Actor: Wright
Role: Perdiccas Actor: Wheeler
Role: Parisatis Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Polyperchon Actor: Bransby
Role: Eumenes Actor: Keen
Role: Sysigambis Actor: Mrs Johnston
Role: Statira Actor: Mrs Baddeley, first time
Role: Roxana Actor: Miss Young
Role: With the Triumphal Entry Actor:
Role: and an Occasional Prologue Actor: King.

Afterpiece Title: The Miller of Mansfield

Performance Comment: King-J. Aickin; Miller-Moody; Richard-Palmer; Joe (with Song)-Kear; Kate-Mrs Millidge; Margery-Mrs Bradshaw; Peggy-Miss Platt; Lord Lurewell-Lamash.
Role: King Actor: J. Aickin
Role: Miller Actor: Moody
Role: Richard Actor: Palmer
Role: Joe Actor: Kear
Role: Kate Actor: Mrs Millidge
Role: Margery Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Peggy Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Lord Lurewell Actor: Lamash.
Event Comment: Benefit for King. The Play was very Imperfect. Bon Ton is a Comedy in Two Acts. Written 15 or 16 years ago Mr G. out of Friendship for Mr King gave it him to get up for his Benefit-It was verY well perform'd & receiv'd with the highest Applause (Hopkins Diary). Mainpiece: Not acted these 16 years. [See 29 Jan. 1759.] Part of Pit laid into boxes. Paid 4 days salary, list #377 4s.; J. French on acct #5 5s.; Mr Carter in full for Music for Rival Candidates #42 (Treasurer's Book). [Rather unfavorable review of Bon Ton in Westminster Magazine for March. Ascribes it to Burgoyne, with touches form Garrick.] Receipts: #291 2s. 6d. Charges: #66 7s. 6d. Profits to King: #224 15s. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: Measure For Measure

Performance Comment: Duke-Smith; Claudio-Reddish; Angelo-Palmer; Escalus-J. Aickin; Clown-Parsons; Provost-Davies; Friar Peter-Usher; Elbow-Wright; Barnardine-Keen; Abhorson-Carpenter; Lucio-King; Mariana-Miss Hopkins; Juliet-Miss Platt; Mistress Overdone-Mrs Bradshaw; Francisca-Mrs Johnson; Isabella-Mrs Yates.
Role: Duke Actor: Smith
Role: Claudio Actor: Reddish
Role: Angelo Actor: Palmer
Role: Escalus Actor: J. Aickin
Role: Clown Actor: Parsons
Role: Provost Actor: Davies
Role: Friar Peter Actor: Usher
Role: Elbow Actor: Wright
Role: Barnardine Actor: Keen
Role: Abhorson Actor: Carpenter
Role: Lucio Actor: King
Role: Mariana Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Juliet Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Mistress Overdone Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Francisca Actor: Mrs Johnson
Role: Isabella Actor: Mrs Yates.

Afterpiece Title: Bon Ton; or, High Life Above Stairs

Performance Comment: Parts by King, Dodd, Parsons, Baddeley, Burton, Brereton, Lamash, Wheeler, Miss Pope, Miss Platt, Mrs Abington, Prologue-King; Sir John Trotley-King; Lord Minikin-Dodd; Davy-Parsons; Col. Tivy-Brereton; Jessamy-Lamash; Mignon-Burton; Lady Minikin-Miss Pope; Gymp-Miss Platt; Miss Titup-Mrs Abington; Riffle-Baddeley; Whisp-Wheeler (the parts of Riffle and Whisp removed after 1st performance) (Genest, V, 449).
Role: Prologue Actor: King
Role: Sir John Trotley Actor: King
Role: Lord Minikin Actor: Dodd
Role: Davy Actor: Parsons
Role: Tivy Actor: Brereton
Role: Jessamy Actor: Lamash
Role: Mignon Actor: Burton
Role: Lady Minikin Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Gymp Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Miss Titup Actor: Mrs Abington
Role: Riffle Actor: Baddeley
Role: Whisp Actor: Wheeler
Event Comment: The Christmas Tale is shortened, and went off with great Applause (Hopkins Diary). Receipts: #208 16s. 6d


Mainpiece Title: Measure For Measure

Performance Comment: Duke-Smith; Angelo-Palmer; Claudio-Farren; Escalus-Aickin; Clown-Parsons; Provost-Davies; Elbow-Wright; Barnardine-Wrighten; Abhorson-Carpenter; Lucio-King; Mariana-Miss Hopkins; Juliet-Miss Platt; Mrs Over@done-Mrs Bradshaw; Francisca-Mrs Johnston; Isabella-Mrs Yates.
Role: Duke Actor: Smith
Role: Angelo Actor: Palmer
Role: Claudio Actor: Farren
Role: Escalus Actor: Aickin
Role: Clown Actor: Parsons
Role: Provost Actor: Davies
Role: Elbow Actor: Wright
Role: Barnardine Actor: Wrighten
Role: Abhorson Actor: Carpenter
Role: Lucio Actor: King
Role: Mariana Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Juliet Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Mrs Over@done Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Francisca Actor: Mrs Johnston
Role: Isabella Actor: Mrs Yates.
Event Comment: Grist Axalla--some Hisses (+Hopkins Diary). [Prologue by Nicholas Rowe.] Receipts: #193 15s. 6d


Mainpiece Title: Tamerlane

Performance Comment: Tamerlane-Palmer; Axalla (1st time)-Grist; Dervise-Bransby; Omar-Hurst; Prince of Tanais-Wrighten; Moneses-Reddish; Stratocles-Farren; Zama-Wright; Mirvin-Norris; Haly-Chaplin; Bajazet-Smith; Selima-Miss Hopkins; Arpasia-Miss Younge; The usual Prologue-Reddish.
Role: Tamerlane Actor: Palmer
Role: Axalla Actor: Grist
Role: Dervise Actor: Bransby
Role: Omar Actor: Hurst
Role: Prince of Tanais Actor: Wrighten
Role: Moneses Actor: Reddish
Role: Stratocles Actor: Farren
Role: Zama Actor: Wright
Role: Mirvin Actor: Norris
Role: Haly Actor: Chaplin
Role: Bajazet Actor: Smith
Role: Selima Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Arpasia Actor: Miss Younge
Role: The usual Prologue Actor: Reddish.

Song: In IV: To Thee Oh gentle sleep-Miss Abrams

Event Comment: By Command of Their Majesties. Smith Don Felix--very so, so. The Play was very imperfect (+Hopkins Diary). Receipts: #249 12s. 6d. (235.6.0; 12.15.6; 1.11.0)


Mainpiece Title: The Wonder

Performance Comment: Don Felix-Smith (1st appearance in that character); Don Lopez-Baddeley; Don Pedro-Parsons; Colonel Briton-Brereton (1st appearance in that character); Frederick-Packer; Gibby-Moody; Lissardo-King; Isabella-Miss Hopkins; Flora-Miss Pope; Inis-Mrs Bradshaw; Violante-Mrs Yates.
Role: Don Felix Actor: Smith
Role: Don Lopez Actor: Baddeley
Role: Don Pedro Actor: Parsons
Role: Colonel Briton Actor: Brereton
Role: Frederick Actor: Packer
Role: Gibby Actor: Moody
Role: Lissardo Actor: King
Role: Isabella Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Flora Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Inis Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Violante Actor: Mrs Yates.

Afterpiece Title: Selima and Azor

Role: Azor Actor: Vernon
Role: Scander Actor: Bannister
Role: Ali Actor: Dodd
Role: Fairy Actor: Miss Jarratt
Role: Lesbia Actor: Mrs Scott
Role: Fatima Actor: Miss Collett
Role: Selima Actor: Mrs Baddeley.

Dance: End II: The Double Festival-Gallet, Mlle Dupre, Helme, Slingsby, Sga Vidini, Sga Crespi, Sga Ricci, Mrs Sutton

Event Comment: Mainpiece: Not acted in 7 years. [See 20 Feb. 1767.] Mr Barry being ill Mr Palmer play'd the Bastard--with applause $Mrs Barry not so well in Constance as was expected (Hopkins Diary). Paid properties #2 8d. Receipts: #162 18s. 6d. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: King John

Performance Comment: King John-Reddish; Hubert-Aickin; Pembroke-Brereton; Essex-J. Bannister; Prince Henry-Everard; Faulconbridge-W. Palmer; Bastard-Palmer; King Philip-J. Aickin; Dauphin-Diamond; Prince Arthur-Master Blanchard; Chatillon-Davies; Duke of Austria-Keen; Citizen-Hurst; Heralds-Ackman, Wright; Queen Eleanor-Miss Sherry; Blanch of Spain-Miss Jarratt; Lady Faulconbridge-Mrs Johnston; Constance-Mrs Barry; Pandulph-Bransby; Salisbury-Packer.
Role: King John Actor: Reddish
Role: Hubert Actor: Aickin
Role: Pembroke Actor: Brereton
Role: Essex Actor: J. Bannister
Role: Prince Henry Actor: Everard
Role: Faulconbridge Actor: W. Palmer
Role: Bastard Actor: Palmer
Role: King Philip Actor: J. Aickin
Role: Dauphin Actor: Diamond
Role: Prince Arthur Actor: Master Blanchard
Role: Chatillon Actor: Davies
Role: Duke of Austria Actor: Keen
Role: Citizen Actor: Hurst
Role: Heralds Actor: Ackman, Wright
Role: Queen Eleanor Actor: Miss Sherry
Role: Blanch of Spain Actor: Miss Jarratt
Role: Lady Faulconbridge Actor: Mrs Johnston
Role: Constance Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Pandulph Actor: Bransby
Role: Salisbury Actor: Packer.

Afterpiece Title: The Male Coquette

Performance Comment: Daffodil-Dodd; Dizzy-Waldron; Spinner-Everard; Tukely-Davies; Lord Racket-Wrighten; Sir William Wright; Sir Tan Tivy-Wheeler; Rustle-Burton; Harry-Jacobs; Waiters-Ackman, W. Palmer; Mrs Dotteral-Mrs Davies; Widow Damply-Mrs Johnston; Lady Pewit-Mrs Bradshaw; Sophia-Mrs Greville, first time; Arabella-Miss Hopkins.
Role: Daffodil Actor: Dodd
Role: Dizzy Actor: Waldron
Role: Spinner Actor: Everard
Role: Tukely Actor: Davies
Role: Lord Racket Actor: Wrighten
Role: Sir Tan Tivy Actor: Wheeler
Role: Rustle Actor: Burton
Role: Harry Actor: Jacobs
Role: Waiters Actor: Ackman, W. Palmer
Role: Mrs Dotteral Actor: Mrs Davies
Role: Widow Damply Actor: Mrs Johnston
Role: Lady Pewit Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Sophia Actor: Mrs Greville, first time
Role: Arabella Actor: Miss Hopkins.