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Mainpiece Title: Tunbridge Walks; Or, The Yeoman Of Kent

Performance Comment: Yeoman-Estcourt; Raymond-Bickerstaff; Squib-Pinkethman; Loveworth-Waller; Maiden-Carnaby; Hilaria-Mrs Knight; Belinda-a Gentlewoman who never appeared on this stage; Mrs Goodfellow-Mrs Kent; Jenny-Mrs Cox; Lucy-Mrs Lucas.
Role: Hilaria Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Mrs Goodfellow Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Cox
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Lucas.



Event Comment: The United Company. The date of the first performance is not known, but it had been acted by the time the January 1692@3 issue of the Gentleman's Journal appeared in March (on page 1 of that issue, the editor states that We are now in March): Mr Southerne's New Comedy, call'd, The Maid's last Prayer, or Any rather than fail, was acted the 3d time this evening, and is to be acted again to morrow. It discovers much knowledge of the Town in its Author; and its Wit and purity of Diction are particularly commended (p. 28). The first song in the play, Tho you make no return to my passion, composed by Henry Purcell, was sung, according to the printed play, by Mrs Hodgson; by Mrs Dyer, according to Thesaurus Musicus, First Book, 1693. The second song, composed by Samuel? Akeroyd, was sung by Mrs Ayliff (Thesaurus Musicus, The First Book, 1693). Another song, No, no, no, no, resistance is but vain, written by Anthony Henley, composed by Henry Purcell, and sung by Mrs Ayliff and Mrs Hodgson, Act IV, is in Purcell's Works, Purcell Society, XX (1916), xiv-xv. A song, Tell me no more I am deceiv'd, written by William Congreve, set by Henry Purcell, and sung by Mrs Ayliff, is in Works, XX (1916), xv-xvi. According to the London Gazette, No. 2852, 9-13 March 1692@3, the play was published "this day" (13 March 1692@3)


Mainpiece Title: The Maid's Last Prayer; Or, Any Rather Than Fail

Performance Comment: Edition of 1693: Prologue-Mrs Barry; Granger-Powell; Gayman-Boman; Garnish-Alexander [Verbruggen]; Lord Malepert-Doggett; Sir Ruff Rancounter-Bright; Sir Symphony-Bowen; Capt. Drydrubb-Underhill; Jano-Betty Allinson; Lady Malepert-Mrs Barry; Lady Trickitt-Mrs Bracegirdle; Lady Susan Malepert-Mrs Montford; Maria-Mrs Rogers; Wishwell-Mrs Betterton; Siam-Mrs Leigh; Florence-Mrs Kent; Judy-Mrs Rachel Lee; Christian-Perin; Footman, Porter-Pinkyman.
Role: Prologue Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Lady Malepert Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Lady Trickitt Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Lady Susan Malepert Actor: Mrs Montford
Role: Maria Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Wishwell Actor: Mrs Betterton
Role: Siam Actor: Mrs Leigh
Role: Florence Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Judy Actor: Mrs Rachel Lee
Event Comment: Rich's Company. The date of the first performance is not known, for the play was apparently not printed until 1704. Nevertheless, some details indicate a performance early in the early in the season of 1696-97. In the first place, the presence of Verbruggen in the cast indicates that it must have been acted before 1 Jan. 1696@7, when Verbruggen was permitted to act at Lincoln's Inn Fields. The play also parodies the works of Mrs Manley, whose The Royal Mischief had been staged (probably) in April 1696, and it is likely that the company would emphasize the pertinence of the parody by presenting it soon after the appearance of the original. Although The Female Wits may not have been acted until later in the autumn, it seems likely that it was acted first in the late summer or early autumn. Preface, Edition of 1704: [The] Success of this Play has been such...having been Acted six Days running without intermission....Among the rest, Mr Powel and his Wife excell'd in the Characters they represented, as did Mrs Verbruggen, who play'd the Chief Character....The Lady whose Play is rehears'd, personated one Mrs M-ly [Manley]


Mainpiece Title: The Female Wits; Or, The Triumvirate Of Poets At Rehearsal

Performance Comment: [The author is not known, but the title page states that it was written by W. M.] Edition of 1704: Prologue-; Epilogue-; Mr Aw'dwell-Mills; Praiseall-Cibber; Fastin-Powell; Amorous-Pinkethman; Lord Whiffle-Thomas; Lord Whimsical-Verbruggen; Marsillia-Mrs Verbruggen; Patience-Mrs Essex; Mrs Wellfed-Mrs Powell; Calista-Mrs Temple; Isabella-Mrs Cross; Lady Loveall-Mrs Knight; Betty Useful-Mrs Kent; Players-Johnson, Pinkethman, Mrs Lucas, Miss Cross; Singers-Mrs Cross, Pate; Dancers-Mrs Cross, Mrs Lucas.
Role: Marsillia Actor: Mrs Verbruggen
Role: Patience Actor: Mrs Essex
Role: Mrs Wellfed Actor: Mrs Powell
Role: Calista Actor: Mrs Temple
Role: Isabella Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Lady Loveall Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Betty Useful Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Players Actor: Johnson, Pinkethman, Mrs Lucas, Miss Cross
Role: Singers Actor: Mrs Cross, Pate
Role: Dancers Actor: Mrs Cross, Mrs Lucas.
Event Comment: The United Company. The date of the first production is not known, but Part II seems to have followed rather closely upon Part I. The Gentleman's Journal, June 1694 (which apparently appeared in mid-June) states: The first Part of Mr Durfey's Don Quixote was so well received, that we have had a second Part of that Comical History acted lately, which doubtless must be thought as entertaining as the first; since in this hot season it could bring such a numerous audience (p. 170). The Songs were advertised in the London Gazette, 5 July 1694, and Part II advertised in the same periodical 19-23 July 1694. The songs as listed in the separately printed Songs are as follows: Genius of England, the music by Henry Purcell, sung by Freeman and Mrs Cibber. I burn, I burn, the music by John Eccles, sung by Mrs Bracegirdle. Since times are so bad, the music by Henry Purcell, sung by Reading and Mrs Ayliff. Damon, let a friend, the music by Pack, sung by Mrs Hudson. Ye nymphs and sylvan gods, the music by John Eccles sung by Mrs Ayliff. If you will love me, composer and singer not named. In addition, Thesaurus Musicus, 1695, published Lads and lasses, blithe and gay, the music by Henry Purcell, sung by Mrs Hudson. Purcell also wrote the music for other songs for which the singer is not known. Preface, edition of 1694: The good success, which both the Parts of Don Quixote have had, either from their Natural Merit, or the Indulgence of my Friends, or both, ought sufficiently to satisfie me, that I have no reason to value tne little Malice of some weak Heads, that make it their business to be simply Criticizing....I think I have given some additional Diversion in the Continuance of the character of Marcella, which is wholly new in this Part, and my own Invention, the design finishing with more pleasure to the Audience by punishing that coy Creature by an extravagant Passion here, that was so inexorable and cruel in the first Part, and ending with a Song so incomparably well sung, and acted by Mrs Bracegirdle, that the most envious do allow, as well as the most ingenious affirm, that 'tis the best of that kind ever done before....I deserve some acknowledgment for drawing that Character of Mary the Buxom, which was intirely my own, making the Character humorous, and the extraordinary well acting of Mrs Verbruggen, it is by the best Judges allowed a Masterpiece of humour


Mainpiece Title: The Comical History Of Don Quixote, Part Ii

Performance Comment: Edition of 1694: Prologue-Mr Powel; Epilogue-Sancho, Mary the Buxome; Duke Richardo-Cibber; Cardenio-Bowman; Ambrosio-Verbruggen; Don Quixot-Boen; Manuel-Powel; Pedro Rezio-Freeman; Bernardo-Trefuse; Diego-Harris; Page to the Duke-Lee; Sancho Pancha-Underhil; Dutchess-Mrs Knight; Luscinda-Mrs Bowman; Dulcinea del Toboso-Lee; Marcella-Mrs Bracegirdle; Don Rodriguez-Mrs Kent; Teresa Pancha-Mrs Lee; Mary-Mrs Verbruggen.
Role: Dutchess Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Luscinda Actor: Mrs Bowman
Role: Marcella Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Don Rodriguez Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Teresa Pancha Actor: Mrs Lee
Role: Mary Actor: Mrs Verbruggen.
Event Comment: [By Mrs Mary Davys.] Never Acted before. Preface: The first Night, in which lay all the Danger, was attended with only two single Hisses....The one was a Boy, and not worth taking Notice of, the other a Man who came prejudic'd. Receipts: #28 10s


Mainpiece Title: The Northern Heiress; Or, The Humours Of York

Performance Comment: Edition of 1716 lists: Gamont-Leigh; Welby-Ch. Bullock; Bareface-Pack; Sir Loobily Joddrell-Bullock Sr; Sir Jeffrey Hearty-Hall; Ralph-Morgan; Countryman-H. Bullock; Tinsel-Coker; Isabella-Mrs Thurmond; Louisa-Miss Rogers; Lady Ample-Mrs Knight; Lady Greasy-Mrs Hunt; Lydia-Mrs Spiller; Dolly-Mrs Cantrell; Lady Swish-Mrs Cook; Lady Cardivant-Mrs Kent; Susan-Mrs Rubridge; Prologue-.
Role: Isabella Actor: Mrs Thurmond
Role: Lady Ample Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Lady Greasy Actor: Mrs Hunt
Role: Lydia Actor: Mrs Spiller
Role: Dolly Actor: Mrs Cantrell
Role: Lady Swish Actor: Mrs Cook
Role: Lady Cardivant Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Susan Actor: Mrs Rubridge
Event Comment: The United Company. The date of the first performance is not precisely known, but it seems likely to have been in mid-January. See the discussion under 10 Jan. 1693@4 and Evelyn's remarks on 11 Jan. 1693@4. Part of the music for the play was composed by John Eccles: Young I am and yet unskill'd, sung by a girl, in Gentleman's Journal, January@February 1693@4, and Thesaurus Musicus, 1694: What state of life can be so blest, -Mrs Hudson, in Thesaurus Musicus, 1694. One song was set by Henry Purcell, How happy's the husband, the words by Congreve and sung by Mrs Ayliff, in Thesaurus Musicus, 1694: see also Purcell's Works, Purcell Society, XX (1916), xiii-xiv


Mainpiece Title: Love Triumphant; Or, Nature Will Prevail

Performance Comment: Prologue-Mrs Betterton; Veramond-Kynnaston; Alphonso-Betterton; Garcia-Williams; Ramirez-Alexander [Verbruggen]; Sancho-Dogget; Carlos-Powell; Lopez-Underhill; Ximena-Mrs Betterton; Victoria-Mrs Barry; Celidea-Mrs Bracegirdle; Dalinda-Mrs Montfort; Nurse-Mrs Kent; Epilogue-Dalinda.
Role: Prologue Actor: Mrs Betterton
Role: Ximena Actor: Mrs Betterton
Role: Victoria Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Celidea Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Dalinda Actor: Mrs Montfort
Role: Nurse Actor: Mrs Kent
Event Comment: Rich's Company. The evidence for this date as the premiere of The Relapse is Jennens' report on 19 Nov. 1696 that Drury Lane expected to produce a new play on this date, coupled with the fact that Lady Morley saw this play on 25 Nov. 1696. The play was advertised in the Post Boy, 26-29 Dec. 1696. Preface, Edition of 1697: One word more about the Bawdy, and I have done. I own the first Night this thing was acted, some indecencies had like to have happen'd, but 'twas not my Fault. The fine Gentleman of the Play, drinking his Mistress's Health in Nants Brandy, from six in the Morning, to the time he wadled upon the Stage in the Evening, had toasted himself up, to such a pitch of Vigor, I confess I once gave Amanda for gone, and am since (with all due Respect to Mrs Rogers) very sorry she scap'd; for I am confident a certain Lady (let no one take it to herself that is handsome) who highly blames the Play, for the barenness of the conclusion, wou'd then have allowed it, a very natural Close. Gildon, English Dramatick Poets, p. 145: This Play was received with mighty applause. Cibber, Apology, I, 216: This Play (the Relapse) from its new and easy Turn of Wit, had great Success, and gave me, as a Comedian, a second Flight of Reputation along with it


Mainpiece Title: The Relapse; Or, Virtue In Danger

Performance Comment: Edition of 1697: First Prologue-Mrs Cross; Prologue on the Third Day-Mrs Verbruggen; Epilogue-Lord Foppington; Sir Novelty Fashion-Cibber; Young Fashion-Mrs Kent; Loveless-Verbruggen; Worthy-Powell; Sir Tunbelly Clumsey-Bullock; Sir John Friendly-Mills; Coupler-Johnson; Bull-Simson; Serringe-Haynes; Lory-Dogget; Amanda-Mrs Rogers; Berinthia-Mrs Verbruggen; Hoyden-Mrs Cross; Nurse-Mrs Powell.
Role: First Prologue Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Prologue on the Third Day Actor: Mrs Verbruggen
Role: Young Fashion Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Amanda Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Berinthia Actor: Mrs Verbruggen
Role: Hoyden Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Nurse Actor: Mrs Powell.
Event Comment: Rich's Company. The date of the premiere is not known, but Cibber (see below) states that it was acted in January; the Dedication was signed 7 Feb. 1695@6, and the play was advertised in the London Gazette, No 3157, 10-13 Feb. 1695@6. Two songs were published separately: Go home, unhappy wench, set by Francks and sung by Mrs Cross and the Boy (in Thesaurus Musicus, The Fifth Book, 1696) and What an ungratefull devil moves you, set by Daniel Purcell (in Deliciae Musicae, The First Book of the Second Volume, 1696). A separately-printed sheet of the second song states that it was sung by "The Boy", Cibber, Apology, I, 212-14: The next Year I produc'd the Comedy of Love's last Shift; yet the Difficulty of getting it to the Stage was not easily surmounted; for, at that time, as little was expected from me, as an Author, as had been from my Pretensions to be an Actor. However, Mr Southern, the Author of Oroonoko, having had the Patience to hear me read it to him, happened to like it so well that he immediately recommended it to the Patentees, and it was accordingly acted in January 1695 [i.e., 1695@6]. In this Play I gave myself the Part of Sir Novelty, which was thought a good Portrait of the Foppery then in fashion. Here, too, Mr Southern, though he had approv'd my approv'd my Play, came into the common Diffidence of me as an Actor: For, when on the first Day of it I was standing, myself, to prompt the Prologue, he took me by the Hand and said, Young Man! I pronounce they Play a good one; I will answer for its Success, if thou dost not spoil it by thy own Action....I succeeded so well in both, that People seem'd at a loss which they should give the Preference to. A Comparison Between the Two Stages (1702), p. 16: Ramble: Ay, marry, that Play was the Philosopher's Stone; I think it did wonders. Sullen: It did so, and very deservedly; there being few Comedies that came up to 't for purity of Plot, Manners and Moral: It's often acted now a daies, and by the help of the Author's own good action, it pleases to this Day


Mainpiece Title: Love's Last Shift; Or, The Fool In Fashion

Performance Comment: Edition of 1696: Prologue By a Friend-Mr Verbruggen; Epilogue-Miss Cross who Sung Cupid; Sir Will Wisewoud-Johnson; Loveless-Verbruggen; Sir Novelty Fashion-Cibber; Elder Worthy-Williams; Young Worthy-Horden; Snap-Penkethman; Sly-Bullock; Lawyer-Mills; Amanda-Mrs Rogers; Narcissa-Mrs Verbruggen; Hillaria-Mrs Cibber; Flareit-Mrs Kent; Woman to Amanda-Mrs Lucas.
Role: Amanda Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Narcissa Actor: Mrs Verbruggen
Role: Hillaria Actor: Mrs Cibber
Role: Flareit Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Woman to Amanda Actor: Mrs Lucas.
Event Comment: Rich's Company. The date of the premiere is not known, but the fact that the play was advertised in the Post Boy, 28-30 April 1698, suggests a first performance in late March. The Songs, published separately, include: Come all ye shepherds, set by Daniel Purcell and sung by Freeman. Let every shepherd bring his lass, set by Daniel Purcell and sung by Magnus. Life is but a little span, set by Daniel Purcell and sung by Young Bowin and Mrs Campion. Fond shepherd, set by Daniel Purcell and sung by Pate. To pensive years resign your pining, set by Daniel Purcell and sung by Young Bowen. Look down, set by Daniel Purcell and sung by Pate. Dedication, edition of 1698: I have no Reason to complain of the Success it had on the Stage. A Comparison Between the Two Stages (1702), p. 20: Damn'd


Mainpiece Title: Phaeton; Or, The Fatal Divorce

Performance Comment: Edition of 1698: The Prologue-Mr Powel, Mrs Cross [including Miss Chock]; Merops-Mills; Phaeton-Powel; Epaphus-Williams; Clymene-Mrs Powel; Alithea-Mrs Knight; Cassiope-Mrs Temple; Merope-Mrs Kent; The Epilogue by a Friend-Mr Mills.
Role: The Prologue Actor: Mr Powel, Mrs Cross
Role: Clymene Actor: Mrs Powel
Role: Alithea Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Cassiope Actor: Mrs Temple
Role: Merope Actor: Mrs Kent
Event Comment: The United Company. As 9 Nov. 1692 is known to be the second day, it is assumed that 8 Nov. 1692 represents the first performance. (See entry for 9 Nov. 1692.) The authorship is uncertain; William Mountfort signed tne Dedication, but its authorship is linked with that of Edward III (November 1690), which may have been by Bancroft. Gentleman's Journal, October 1692 (not issued until November): Henry the Second, King of England, A new Play, by the Author of that call'd Edward the Third, which gave such universal satisfaction, hath been acted several times with applause. It is a Tragedy with a mixture of Comedy....Had you seen it acted, you would own that an Evening is pass'd very agreeably, when at a Representation of that pleasing Piece. [Alfred Harbage, Elizabethan-Restoration Palimpsest, Modern Language Review, XXXV (1940), 312-18, argues that this play is the Elizabethan Henry II once in the possession of Moseley. A song, In vain 'gainst Love I strove, composed by Henry Purcell and sung by Mrs Dyer, not in the printed play, is in Comes Amoris, 1693, and Joyful Cuckoldom 1695. See Purcell's Works, Purcell Society, XX (1916), vii


Mainpiece Title: Henry The Second, King Of England; With The Death Of Rosamond

Performance Comment: Edition of 1693: Prologue-; Epilogue by Mr Dryden-Mrs Bracegirdle; King Henry the Second-Betterton; Prince Henry-Mich. Lee; Sir Tho. Vaughan-Ant. Leigh; Abbot-Sandford; Verulam-Kynaston; Sussex-Hodgson; Aumerle-Bridges; Bertrard-Dogget; Queen Eleanor-Mrs Barry; Rosamond-Mrs Bracegirdle; Rosamond's Woman-Mrs Kent.


Mainpiece Title: Tunbridge Walks; Or, The Yeoman Of Kent

Performance Comment: As17071023, but Raymond-_; Loveworth-_; Maiden-_; Hilaria-_; Belinda-_; Mrs Goodfellow-_; Jenny-_; Lucy-_.
Role: Hilaria Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Mrs Goodfellow Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Cox
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Lucas.


Mainpiece Title: The Canterbury Guests; Or, A Bargain Broken

Performance Comment: Edition of 1695: Prologue-a Friend; Alderman Furr-Trafuse; Sir Barnaby Buffler-Underhill; Justice Greedy-Bowin; Lovell-Verbrugen; Careless-Geo. Powel; Durzo-Bright; Dash-Dogget; First Innkeeper-Mich. Lee; Second Innkeeper and Jack Sawce-Pinkerman; Toby-Tho. Kent; Jacinta-Mrs Rogers; Hillaria-Mrs Verbrugen; Arabella-Mrs Knight; Mrs Dazie-Mrs Lawson; Mrs Breeder-Mrs Kent; Beatrice-Mrs Perrin; Epilogue-.
Role: Toby Actor: Tho. Kent
Role: Jacinta Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Hillaria Actor: Mrs Verbrugen
Role: Arabella Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Mrs Dazie Actor: Mrs Lawson
Role: Mrs Breeder Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Beatrice Actor: Mrs Perrin


Mainpiece Title: Love Without Interest; Or, The Man Too Hard For The Master

Performance Comment: Edition of 1699: Prologue-Jo. Hains; Prologue-Mr Powel; Epilogue-Mr Penkethman with a Halter about his Neck; Wildman-Powell; Trulove-Mills; Sir Fickle Cheat-Bullock; Jonathan-Penkethman; Wrangle-Johnson; Sobersides-Newth; Lurcher-Kent; Eugenia-Mrs Kent; Letitia-Mrs Verbruggen; Honoria-Mrs Rogers; Jenny-Mrs Wilkins.
Role: Lurcher Actor: Kent
Role: Eugenia Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Letitia Actor: Mrs Verbruggen
Role: Honoria Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Wilkins.


Mainpiece Title: The Patriot; Or, The Italian Conspiracy

Performance Comment: Edition of 1703 lists: Cosmo de Medici-Mills; Julio-Wilks; Lorenzo-Husbands; Uberto-Sympson; Donato-Kent; Rimini-Griffin; Castruccio-Boise; Teraminta-Mrs Rogers; Honoria-Mrs Kent; Prologue written by Dennis-Mills; Epilogue-Mr Mills comes forward and makes an Apology for want of an Epilogue; then, Mr Penkethman enters dress'd like a Beau, and says he has one by a Friend, Mr Farquhar. then, Mr Penkethman enters dress'd like a Beau, and says he has one by a Friend, Mr Farquhar.
Role: Donato Actor: Kent
Role: Teraminta Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Honoria Actor: Mrs Kent


Mainpiece Title: The Fair Example

Performance Comment: Sir Charles-Leigh; Sir Rice-Griffin; Whimsey-Spiller; Springlove-Bullock Jr; Symons-Pack; Fancy-Bullock Sr; Florinda-Mrs Thurmond; Lucia-Mrs Bullock; Flora-Mrs Spiller; Mrs Whimsey-Mrs Rogers; Mrs Furnish-Mrs Kent; Mrs Fancy-Mrs Hays.
Role: Florinda Actor: Mrs Thurmond
Role: Lucia Actor: Mrs Bullock
Role: Flora Actor: Mrs Spiller
Role: Mrs Whimsey Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Mrs Furnish Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Mrs Fancy Actor: Mrs Hays.

Song: Mrs Barbier; particularly Joys Immortal-

Dance: As17171022


Mainpiece Title: The Fair Example; Or, The Modish Citizens

Performance Comment: Sir Charles-Leigh; Springlove-C. Bullock; Sir Rice ap Adam-Griffin; Whimsey-Spiller; Symon-Pack; Fancy-Bullock Sr; Mrs Whimsey-Mrs Rogers; Florinda-Mrs Guleck; Lucia-Mrs Bullock; Flora-Mrs Giffard; Mrs Furnish-Mrs Kent; Mrs Fancy-Mrs Moreau.
Role: Mrs Whimsey Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Florinda Actor: Mrs Guleck
Role: Lucia Actor: Mrs Bullock
Role: Flora Actor: Mrs Giffard
Role: Mrs Furnish Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Mrs Fancy Actor: Mrs Moreau.

Song: Leveridge, Mrs Fitzgerald

Dance: As17181008


Mainpiece Title: Vice Reclaim'd; Or, The Passionate Mistress

Performance Comment: Edition of 1703 lists: Sir Feeble Goodwill-Johnson; Wilding-Wilks; Gainlove-Williams; Fondle-Bullock; Apish-Bickerstaff; Ralph-Norris; Widow Purelight-Mrs Kent; Lucia-Mrs Temple; Annabella-Mrs Rogers; Mrs Haughty-Mrs Knight; Malapert-Mrs Lucas; Betty-Mrs Cox; Mrs Rhenish-Mrs Powel; Prologue-Wilks; Epilogue-Norris.
Role: Widow Purelight Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Lucia Actor: Mrs Temple
Role: Annabella Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Mrs Haughty Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Malapert Actor: Mrs Lucas
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Cox
Role: Mrs Rhenish Actor: Mrs Powel


Mainpiece Title: Epsom Wells

Performance Comment: Fribble-Penkethman; Bisket-Norris; Reynes-Powell; Clodpate-Leigh; Woodly-Elrington; Bevil-Cory; Kick-Spiller; Cuff-Shepherd; Mrs Fribble-Mrs Baker; Mrs Bisket-Mrs Powell; Mrs Woodly-Mrs Kent; Lucia-Mrs Spiller; Carolina-Mrs Shepherd.
Role: Mrs Fribble Actor: Mrs Baker
Role: Mrs Bisket Actor: Mrs Powell
Role: Mrs Woodly Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Lucia Actor: Mrs Spiller
Role: Carolina Actor: Mrs Shepherd.

Dance: As17100708


Mainpiece Title: The Boating Lovers; Or, The Libertine Tam'd

Performance Comment: The principal Part to be perform'd by Mrs Thurmond, who never appear'd on this Stage before; but edition of 1715 lists: Gaylove-J. Leigh; Sir Butterfly Ayrewould-Bullock Sr; Sir Timothy Tweedle-Bullock Jr; Colonel Winfield-Keene; Choleric-Griffin; Bounce-Hall; Decoy-Pack; Witful-Knapp; Thump-F. Leigh; Haircut-Church; Constable-Rogers; Upholder-Hil. Bullock; Servant-Cocker; Lady Youthful-Mrs Kent; Cosmelia-Mrs Thurmond; Clarinda-Mrs Cross; Secret-Mrs Garnet; Prate-Mrs Hunt; Giddy-Mrs Clarke; Prologue written-Bullock Jr; Epilogue-Mrs Thurmond.
Role: Lady Youthful Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Cosmelia Actor: Mrs Thurmond
Role: Clarinda Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Secret Actor: Mrs Garnet
Role: Prate Actor: Mrs Hunt
Role: Giddy Actor: Mrs Clarke
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Thurmond.

Dance: delaGarde, Mrs Bullock


Mainpiece Title: A Bold Stroke For A Wife

Performance Comment: Edition of 1718 lists: Sir Philip Modelove-Knap; Periwinkle-Spiller; Tradelove-Bullock Sr; Obadiah Prim-Pack; Col. Fainwell-Chr. Bullock; Freeman-Ogden; Simon Pure-Griffin; Sackbut-Hall; Mrs Lovely-Mrs Bullock; Mrs Prim-Mrs Kent; Betty-Mrs Robins; Prologue by a Gentleman-Mrs Thurmond; Epilogue by Sewell-Mrs Bullock.
Role: Mrs Lovely Actor: Mrs Bullock
Role: Mrs Prim Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Robins
Role: Prologue by a Gentleman Actor: Mrs Thurmond
Role: Sewell Actor: Mrs Bullock.


Mainpiece Title: The Lost Lover; Or, The Jealous Husband

Performance Comment: Edition of 1696: Prologue-Mr Horden; Epilogue-Miss Cross; Sir Rustick Good Heart-Johnson; Wilmore-Verbrugen; Wildman-Horden; Sir Amorous Courtall-Powell; Smyrna-Cibber; Pulse-Penkethman; Knowlittle-Haynes; Lady Young Love-Mrs Kent; Marina-Mrs Rogers; Belira-Mrs Knight; Orinda-Mrs Cibber; Olivia-Mrs Verbrugen; Isabella-Mrs Cole; Phoebe-Mrs Mills.
Role: Lady Young Love Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Marina Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Belira Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Orinda Actor: Mrs Cibber
Role: Olivia Actor: Mrs Verbrugen
Role: Isabella Actor: Mrs Cole
Role: Phoebe Actor: Mrs Mills.


Mainpiece Title: Aesop

Performance Comment: Edition of 1697: Prologue-; Aesop-Cibber; Learchus-Dogget; Oronces-Harland; Euphronia-Mrs Temple; Doris-Mrs Verbruggen; Country Tradesmen-Pinkerman, Smeaton; Roger-Haynes; Quaint-Pinkerman; Fruitful-Smeton; Country Gentleman-Pinkerman; Hortentia-Mrs Kent; Aminta-Mrs Willis; Forge Will-Mrs Finch; Mrs Fruitful-Mrs Powell.
Role: Euphronia Actor: Mrs Temple
Role: Doris Actor: Mrs Verbruggen
Role: Hortentia Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Aminta Actor: Mrs Willis
Role: Forge Will Actor: Mrs Finch
Role: Mrs Fruitful Actor: Mrs Powell.


Mainpiece Title: The Bath; Or, The Western Lass

Performance Comment: Edition of 1701 lists: Lord Lovechace-Griffin; Sir Oliver Oldgame-Norris; Sir Carolus Codshead-Johnson; Collonel Philip-Mills; Charles-Pinkiman; Harry-Bullock; Crab-Cibber; Lydia-Mrs Knight; Sophronia-Mrs Rogers; Delia-Mrs Kent; Gillian-Mrs Verbruggen; Combrush-Mrs Moor; Dearnwell-Mrs Stephens; Sisse-Mrs Baker; Prologue-Cibber; Epilogue, being a Satyr upon May-Fair,-Pinkeman.
Role: Lydia Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Sophronia Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Delia Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Gillian Actor: Mrs Verbruggen
Role: Combrush Actor: Mrs Moor
Role: Dearnwell Actor: Mrs Stephens
Role: Sisse Actor: Mrs Baker


Mainpiece Title: The Sea Voyage; Or, A Commonwealth Of Women

Performance Comment: Marine-Mills; Du Pier-Johnson; Boldsprite-Cross; Franvil-Bullock; Frugal-Norris; Hazard-Pack; Surgeon-Fairbank; Sebastian-Corey; Nicusa-Smith; Roselia-Mrs Kent; Clarinda-Mrs Porter; Aminta-Mrs Bradshaw; Julietta-Mrs Saunders; Hippolita-Mrs Mills; Menalippe-Mrs Finch; Ariadne-Mrs Cox; Aglaura-Miss Norris; Gleta-Miss Porter.
Role: Roselia Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Clarinda Actor: Mrs Porter
Role: Aminta Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Julietta Actor: Mrs Saunders
Role: Hippolita Actor: Mrs Mills
Role: Menalippe Actor: Mrs Finch
Role: Ariadne Actor: Mrs Cox


Mainpiece Title: The City Wives' Confederacy; Or, The Usurer Outwitted

Performance Comment: Old Moneytrap-Norris; Dicky-Powell; Old Gripe-Leigh; Brass-Spillar; Clip-Cole; Jessemin-Young Jubilee Dicky [Norris Jr]; Clarissa-Mrs Sapsford; Araminta-Mrs Kent; Corinna-Miss Sherborn; Flippanta-Mrs Spillar; Mrs Amlet-Mrs Richardson; Mrs Clogget-Mrs Pollet; With a new Prologue-Powell.
Role: Clarissa Actor: Mrs Sapsford
Role: Araminta Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Flippanta Actor: Mrs Spillar
Role: Mrs Amlet Actor: Mrs Richardson
Role: Mrs Clogget Actor: Mrs Pollet

Song: The Whimsical Country-

Dance: The Whimsical Country Wedding-