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Mainpiece Title: Alcibiades

Performance Comment: Edition of 1675: Prologue-Mr Harris; Epilogue-Mrs Mary Lee; Agis-Medbourn; Alcibiades-Batterton; Tissaphernes-Sanford; Patroclus-Crosby; Theramnes-Harris; Polyndus-Gillow; Deidamia-Mrs Mary Lee; Timandra-Mrs Batterton; Draxilla-Mrs Barry; Ardella-Mrs Gillow.
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Deidamia Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Timandra Actor: Mrs Batterton
Role: Draxilla Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Ardella Actor: Mrs Gillow.


Mainpiece Title: Herod And Mariamne

Performance Comment: Edition of 1673: Prologue at the Theatre in Lincolns@Inn@Fields-; Epilogue-Mariamne; Herod-Medburn; Pheroras-Crosby; Alexas-John Lee; Tyridates-Smith; Arsanes-Norris; Polites-Anthony Lee; Sosius-Gillow; Mariamne-Mrs Spencer; Salome-Mrs Mary Lee; Alexandra-Mrs Osborn.
Role: Alexas Actor: John Lee
Role: Polites Actor: Anthony Lee
Role: Mariamne Actor: Mrs Spencer
Role: Salome Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Alexandra Actor: Mrs Osborn.


Mainpiece Title: The Constant Nymph; Or, The Rambling Shepheard

Performance Comment: Edition of 1678: Prologue-Mrs Lee [in Mans Cloaths; Sylvanus-Sandford; Astatius-Mrs Mary Lee; Philisides-Mrs Barry; Traumatius-Medburn; Ismenius-Gillo; Melibeus-Jevon; Lilla-Mrs Norris; Astrea-Mrs Wyn [Anne Quin]; Alveria-Mrs Batterton; Clinias-Richards; Darmetas-Pursevall; Epilogue-Clinias.
Role: Prologue Actor: Mrs Lee
Role: Astatius Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Philisides Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Lilla Actor: Mrs Norris
Role: Astrea Actor: Mrs Wyn
Role: Alveria Actor: Mrs Batterton


Mainpiece Title: The Conquest Of China By The Tartars

Performance Comment: Edition of 1676: Prologue-; Epilogue-Mrs Lee; Theinmingus-Gillow; Zungteus-Harris; Palexus-Norris; King of China-Medbourn; Quitazo-Smith; Lycugus-Sandford; Orunda-Mrs Batterton; Alcinda-Mrs Corer; Amavanga-Mrs Mary Lee; Vangona-Mrs Spencer. See also Downes (below).
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Lee
Role: Orunda Actor: Mrs Batterton
Role: Alcinda Actor: Mrs Corer
Role: Amavanga Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Vangona Actor: Mrs Spencer. See also Downes


Mainpiece Title: Pastor Fido; Or, The Faithful Shepherd

Performance Comment: Edition of 1677: Prologue-; Montano-Medbourn; Sylvio-Crosby; Mirtillo-Smith; Titiro-John Lee; Sylvano-Batterton; Ergasto-Norris; Carino-Perseval; Dameta-Richards; Lynco-Gillo; Amaryllis-Mrs Batterton; Corisca-Mrs Mary Lee; Dorinda-Mrs Petty; Gerana-Mrs Hughes; Celia-Mrs Napier.
Role: Titiro Actor: John Lee
Role: Amaryllis Actor: Mrs Batterton
Role: Corisca Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Dorinda Actor: Mrs Petty
Role: Gerana Actor: Mrs Hughes
Role: Celia Actor: Mrs Napier.


Mainpiece Title: Abdelazer; Or, The Moor's Revenge

Performance Comment: Edition of 1677: Ferdinand-Harris; Philip-Smith; Abdelazer-Betterton; Mendozo-Medburne; Alonzo-Crosbie; Roderigo-Norris; Sebastian-John Lee; Osmin-Percivall; Zarrack-Richards; Isabella-Mrs Mary? Lee; Leonora-Mrs Barrer; Florella-Mrs Betterton; Elvira-Mrs Osborne; Epilogue-little Mis. Ariell [Anne Bracegirdle?].Anne Bracegirdle?].
Role: Sebastian Actor: John Lee
Role: Isabella Actor: Mrs Mary? Lee
Role: Leonora Actor: Mrs Barrer
Role: Florella Actor: Mrs Betterton
Role: Elvira Actor: Mrs Osborne


Mainpiece Title: Love And Revenge

Performance Comment: Edition of 1675: Prologue-; Epilogue-Nigrello in a Mans Habit, but in a white Wig, and her Face discover'd; Clotair-Smith; Lewis-Crosby; Brisack-Norris; Clarmount-Medbourn; Dumain-John Lee; Lamot-Gillow; Burbon-Purseval; Nigrello-Mrs Mary Lee; Fredigond-Mrs Osborn; Aphelia-Mrs Batterton.
Role: Dumain Actor: John Lee
Role: Nigrello Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Fredigond Actor: Mrs Osborn
Role: Aphelia Actor: Mrs Batterton.


Mainpiece Title: The Loving Enemies

Performance Comment: Edition of 1680: Prologue-; Lorenzo-Betterton; Marcello-Smith; Antonio-Jo. Williams; Paulo-Leigh; Circumstantio-Underhill; Albricio-Richards; Julia-Mrs Mary Lee; Camilla-Mrs Barry; Lucinda-Mrs Shadwell; Paulina-Mrs Leigh; Nuarcha-Mrs Norris; Epilogue-Mrs Barry.
Role: Julia Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Camilla Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Lucinda Actor: Mrs Shadwell
Role: Paulina Actor: Mrs Leigh
Role: Nuarcha Actor: Mrs Norris
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Barry.


Mainpiece Title: Ibrahim The Illustrious Bassa

Performance Comment: Edition of 1677: Prologue-; Solyman-Batterton; Ibrahim-Smith; Ulama-Harris; Morat-Medbourn; Muphti-Gillo; Roxolana-Mrs Mary Lee; Asteria-Mrs Corar; Isabella-Mrs Batterton; Mirva-Mrs Hughes; Epilogue-.
Role: Roxolana Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Asteria Actor: Mrs Corar
Role: Isabella Actor: Mrs Batterton
Role: Mirva Actor: Mrs Hughes


Mainpiece Title: Don Carlos, Prince Of Spain

Performance Comment: Edition of 1676: The Prologue-; Phillip the Second-Batterton; Don Carlos-Smith; Don John-Harris; Marquis of Posa-Crosby; Rui Gomez-Medbourn; Queen of Spain-Mrs Mary Lee; Duchess of Eboli-Mrs Shadwell; Henrietta-Mrs Gibbs; Garcia-Mrs Gillow; Officer of the Guards-Norris; The Epilogue-a Girle [Anne Bracegirdle?].Anne Bracegirdle?].
Role: Queen of Spain Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Duchess of Eboli Actor: Mrs Shadwell
Role: Henrietta Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Garcia Actor: Mrs Gillow


Mainpiece Title: Madam Fickle; Or, The Witty False One

Performance Comment: Edition of 1677: Prologue-Mr Smith; Epilogue-; Lord Bellamore-Betterton; Manley-Smith; Sir Arthur Oldlove-Sandford; Captain Tilbury-Medbourn; Zechiel-Anthony Leigh; Toby-James Nokes; Old Jollyman-Underhill; Harry-Jevan; Flaile-Richards; Dorrel-Norrice; Madam Fickle-Mrs Mary Lee; Constantia-Mrs Barrer [Barry]; Arbella-Mrs Gibbs; Silvia-Mrs Napper.
Role: Madam Fickle Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Constantia Actor: Mrs Barrer
Role: Arbella Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Silvia Actor: Mrs Napper.


Mainpiece Title: Antony And Cleopatra

Performance Comment: Edition of 1677: Prologue-; Caesar-Smith; Agrippa-Jevon; Mecaenas-Harris; Lucilius-Norris; Thyreus-Crosby; Antony-Betterton; Canidius-Medburn; Photinus-Sandford; Memnon-Percivall; Chilaz-Gillow; Cleopatra-Mrs Mary Lee; Octavia-Mrs Betterton; Iras-Mrs Gibbs; Charmion-Mrs Hughes; Epilogue-.
Role: Cleopatra Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Octavia Actor: Mrs Betterton
Role: Iras Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Charmion Actor: Mrs Hughes


Mainpiece Title: The Empress Of Morocco

Performance Comment: Edition of 1673: The first Prologue at Court-Lady Elizabeth Howard; The second Prologue at Court-Lady Elizabeth Howard; Prologue at the Play House-; Muly Labas-Harris; Muly Hamet-Smith; Grimalhaz-Batterton; Hametalhaz-Medbourne; Abdelcador-Crosby; Laula-Mrs Batterton; Mariamne-Mrs Mary Lee; Morena-Mrs Johnson; Epilogue-.
Role: Laula Actor: Mrs Batterton
Role: Mariamne Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Morena Actor: Mrs Johnson


Mainpiece Title: Titus And Berenice

Performance Comment: Edition of 1677: Prologue-Mr Underhill; Titus Vespatian-Betterton; Antiochus-Smith; Paulinus-Medbourn; Arsaces-Crosby; Rutilius-Gillow; Berenice-Mrs Lee; Phaenice-Mrs Barry.
Role: Berenice Actor: Mrs Lee
Role: Phaenice Actor: Mrs Barry.

Afterpiece Title: The Cheats of Scapin

Performance Comment: Edition of 1677: Thrifty-Sandford; Gripe-Noakes; Octavian-Norris; Leander-Percivall; Scapin-Anth. Leigh; Shift-Richards; Lucia-Mrs Barry; Clara-Mrs Gibbs; Epilogue-Mrs Mary Lee when she was out of Humour.


Mainpiece Title: Troilus And Cressida; Or, Truth Found Too Late

Performance Comment: Edition of 1679: The Prologue-Mr Betterton Representing the Ghost of Shakespear; Hector-Smith; Troilus-Betterton; Priam-Percivall; Aeneas-Joseph Williams; Pandarus-Leigh; Calchas-Percivall; Agamemnon-Gillo; Ulysses-Harris; Achilles-David Williams; Ajax-Bright; Nestor-Norris; Diomedes-Crosby; Patroclus-Bowman; Anthenor-Richards; Thersites-Underhill; Cressida-Mrs Mary Lee; Andromache-Mrs Betterton; The Epilogue-Thersites.
Role: Cressida Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Andromache Actor: Mrs Betterton
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
Related Works
Related Work: The Northern Heiress: or, The Humours of York Author(s): Mary Davys
Event Comment: [Authorship uncertain. According to the dedicatory essay in 1705 edition it was left unfinished by Mountfort?," but the Diverting Post, 28 Oct., states that it was written by Mrs Mary Pix. This is probably the premiere. It was acted four times before 18 Nov., but on which evenings is unknown.


Mainpiece Title: Zelmane; Or, The Corinthian Queen

Performance Comment: Edition of 1705 lists: Arabaces-Cory; Amphialus-Verbruggen; Arcanes-Booth; Geronta-Freeman; Pirotto-Weller; Zelmane-Mrs Barry; Antimora-Mrs Bracegirdle; Prologue-Booth; Epilogue-Mrs Bowman, dress'd like Victory.
Related Works
Related Work: Zelmane; or, The Corinthian Queen Author(s): Mary Pix
Event Comment: Betterton's Company. The date of the first performance is not known, but the Prologue refers to The World in the Moon, suggesting a premiere during (or shortly after) the run of that opera. Since The Innocent Mistress was advertised in the Post Boy, 29-31 July 1697, this fact points also to a late June premiere. A song, When I languished and wished, set by John Eccles and sung by Mrs Hodgson, is in Wit and Mirth, Second Edition, 1707. Gildon, English Dramatick Poets, p. iii: This is a diverting Play, and met with good Success, tho' acted in the hot Season of the Year. A Comparison Between the Two Stages (1702), p. 20: Tho' the Title calls this Innocent, yet it deserves to be Damn'd for its Obscenity


Mainpiece Title: The Innocent Mistress

Performance Comment: Edition of 1697: Sir Charles Beauclair-Betterton; Sir Francis Wildlove-Verbruggen; Searchwell-Knap; Beaumont-Hodgson; Spendall-Bowman; Lyonell-Freeman; Cheatall-Bowen; Gentil-Harris; Flywife-Underhill; Bellinda-Mrs Barry; Mrs Beauclair-Mrs Bracegirdle; Arabella-Mrs Prince; Lady Beauclair-Mrs Lee; Peggy-Mrs Howard; Eugenia-Mrs Lawson; Dresswell-Mrs DuQua; Mrs Flywife-Mrs Lassel; Jenny-Mrs Willis; Prologue by Mr Motteux-Mr Verbruggen; Epilogue by Mr Motteux-Mr Scudamore.
Role: Bellinda Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Mrs Beauclair Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Arabella Actor: Mrs Prince
Role: Lady Beauclair Actor: Mrs Lee
Role: Peggy Actor: Mrs Howard
Role: Eugenia Actor: Mrs Lawson
Role: Dresswell Actor: Mrs DuQua
Role: Mrs Flywife Actor: Mrs Lassel
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Willis
Related Works
Related Work: The Innocent Mistress Author(s): Mary Pix
Event Comment: Betterton's Company. The date of the first performance is not known, but the fact that the play was advertised in the Post Boy, 18-21 Dec. 1697, suggests that the premiere occurred not later than late November. This play was originally given to the company in Drury Lane, but withdrawn. See G. Thorn-Drury, An Unrecorded Play Title, Review of English Studies, VI (1930), 316-18. Edition of 1698: A Dialogue in the fourth Act, between Mr Bowman and Mrs Bracegirdle; The words by Mr Durfey and set by Mr Eccles: When will Stella kind and tendre. A Dialogue in the fifth Act, between a Boy and a Girl, and an Old Man, Written by Mr Motteux, set to the Musick by Mr J. Eccles. Preface: I look upon those that endeavour'd to discountenance this Play as Enemys to me


Mainpiece Title: The Deceiver Deceived

Performance Comment: Edition of 1698: Meleto Bondi-Betterton; Gonsalvo-Arnold; Count Andrea-Hodgson; Fidelio-Verbruggen; Count Insulls-Bowman; Gervatio-Bowen; Actwell-Trafuse; Hiordouble-Knap; Strechwell-Watson; Olivio-Mrs Barry; Ariana-Mrs Bracegirdle; Lady Temptyouth-Mrs Lee; Lucinda-Mrs Prince; Prologue-Mr Bowen; Epilogue-Miss Bradshaw.
Role: Olivio Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Ariana Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Lady Temptyouth Actor: Mrs Lee
Role: Lucinda Actor: Mrs Prince
Related Works
Related Work: The Deceiver Deceived Author(s): Mary Pix
Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; T 5, by the Hon. John St.John. Prologue by William Fawkener.-Epilogue by the author (see text)]. Public Advertiser, 1 May 1789: This Day is published Mary Queen of Scots (1s. 6d.). [As afterpiece the playbill announces Who's the Dupe?, but it was not acted. Kemble Mem. lists the substitute play.] Receipts: #240 9s. (226.4.0; 13.8.6;0.16.6)


Mainpiece Title: Mary Queen Of Scots

Performance Comment: Characters-Kemble, Aickin, Barrymore, Whitfield, Packer, Williames, Fawcett, Phillimore, Wilson, Jones, Chaplin, Benson, Wroughton Mrs Ward, Mrs Farmer, Miss Tidswell, Mrs Siddons. [Cast from text (J. Debrett, 1789), and World, 23 Mar.: Norfolk-Kemble; Cecil-Aickin; Herries-Barrymore; Murray-Whitfield; Davison-Packer; Beton-Williames; Paulet-Fawcett; Huntingdon-Phillimore; Sheriff-Chaplin; Shrewsbury-Benson; Lenox-Wroughton; Nawe-Alfred; Lieutenant of the Tower-Lyons; Queen Elizabeth-Mrs Ward; Lady Douglas-Mrs Farmer; Lady Scroop-Miss Tidswell; Queen Mary-Mrs Siddons; unassigned-Wilson, Jones; Prologue-Wroughton; Epilogue-Mrs Siddons. [These were spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances.]These were spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances.]

Afterpiece Title: High Life below Stairs

Event Comment: Benefit Mrs Mary Man. At the particular Desire of several Persons of Quality


Mainpiece Title: The London Merchant

Performance Comment: Millwood-Mrs Mary Man; George Barnwell-Edward Giles; Barnwell Sr-Phoenix; Thorowgood-Jones; Trueman-Barcock; Blunt-Wignall; Maria-Miss Palms; Lucy-Mrs Hind; With the Original Prologue-Giles; and a new Epilogue-Mrs Man.
Role: Millwood Actor: Mrs Mary Man
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Hind
Role: and a new Epilogue Actor: Mrs Man.

Song: Singing in Italian and English-


Music: Solo on the German Flute-Gentlemen for their Diversion; End Play: Trumpet Concerto-Burk Thumoth; Lesson on the Harpsichord-; Solo on the German Flute-

Event Comment: [By Mary Pix. Date of premiere unknown. Published 4 Dec.


Mainpiece Title: The Different Widows; Or, Intrigue A La Mode

Performance Comment: Edition of 1703 lists: Sir James Bellmont-Powell; Lord Courtall-Lloyd; Careless-Corey; Sir Anthony Loveman-Pack; Dandle-Leigh; Valentine-Booth; Gaylove-Wellar; Draul-Knap; Hearty-Trout; Widow Bellmont-Mrs Leigh; Lady Gaylove-Mrs Lawton; Angelica-Mrs Prince; Lady Courtall-Mrs Willis; Mrs Draul-Mrs Allison; Lady Loveman-Mrs Porter; Mariana-Mrs Bradshaw; Lucy-Mrs Parsons; Harriet-Mrs Fieldhouse; Prologue-Booth; Epilogue-Mrs Porter.
Role: Widow Bellmont Actor: Mrs Leigh
Role: Lady Gaylove Actor: Mrs Lawton
Role: Angelica Actor: Mrs Prince
Role: Lady Courtall Actor: Mrs Willis
Role: Mrs Draul Actor: Mrs Allison
Role: Lady Loveman Actor: Mrs Porter
Role: Mariana Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Parsons
Role: Harriet Actor: Mrs Fieldhouse
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Porter.
Related Works
Related Work: The Different Widows: or, Intrigue All-a-Mode Author(s): Mary Pix
Event Comment: Afterpiece [1st time; F 2, by Mary Robinson. Prologue and Epilogue by the author (London Chronicle, 1 Dec.). MS: Larpent 1046; not published]: With new Dresses, &c. "The dissatisfaction to the Piece being so great [Mrs Jordan] was so much agitated as to be unable to repeat above one half of the Epilogue, which, from the Opposition of Hisses and Applauses, not scarely three lines of that could be distinctly heard" (Powell). Powell: New Ballet rehearsed at 10; Nobody at 12. Receipts: #334 2s. 6d. (222.13.6; 107.10.6; 3.18.6)


Mainpiece Title: The Mourning Bride

Performance Comment: Manuel-Aickin; Gonzalez-Packer; Gracia-Barrymore; Perez-Bland; Alonzo-Phillimore; Osmyn-Kemble; Heli-Benson; Selim-Caulfield; Almeria-Mrs Powell; Zara-Mrs Siddons; Leonora-Miss Tidswell.
Role: Almeria Actor: Mrs Powell
Role: Zara Actor: Mrs Siddons

Afterpiece Title: Nobody

Performance Comment: Characters-Barrymore, Bensley, Bannister Jun., Maddocks, Trueman, Evans, Mrs Goodall, Miss Pope, Miss Collins, Miss Heard, Miss DeCamp, Mrs Booth, Mrs Jordan; [Larpent MS 1046 lists the parts: Sir Henry Rightly, Sharply, Lord Courtland, Thomas, Servants, Nelly Primrose, Lady Languid, Lady Rouleau, Lady Farrow, Lady Squander, Miss Cassino, Mrs Goodly.] Prologue-Barrymore; Epilogue-Mrs Jordan.
Related Works
Related Work: Nobody Author(s): Mary Robinson
Event Comment: [By Mary Griffith Pix. Date of premiere unknown.


Mainpiece Title: Adventures In Madrid

Performance Comment: Edition of 1706 lists: Gomez-Freeman; Gaylove-Booth; Bellmour-Husbands; Gusman-Bowen; Don Philip-Cory; Jo-Pack; Pedro-Fieldhouse; Laura-Mrs Bracegirdle; Clarinda-Mrs Barry; Emilia-Mrs Bowman; Lisset-Mrs Bicknell; Beatrice-Mrs Baker; Page-Miss Porter; Prologue-Booth; Epilogue-Miss Porter.
Role: Laura Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Clarinda Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Emilia Actor: Mrs Bowman
Role: Lisset Actor: Mrs Bicknell
Role: Beatrice Actor: Mrs Baker
Related Works
Related Work: The Adventures in Madrid Author(s): Mary Griffith Pix
Event Comment: [By Mary Pix. Date of premiere unknown. Published 15 April.


Mainpiece Title: The Czar Of Muscovy

Performance Comment: Edition of 1701 lists: Demetrius-Hodgson; Zueski-Booth; Bassilius-Boyle [Boyce?]; Zaporius-Nap; Rureck-Pack; Bosman-Berry; Carclos-Arnold; Fedor-Harris; Manzeck-Freeman; Alexander-Bowman; Sophia-Mrs Leigh; Marina-Mrs Bowman; Zarriana-Mrs Barry; Terresia-Mrs Martin; Prologue-; Epilogue[ written by William Burnaby-.
Role: Sophia Actor: Mrs Leigh
Role: Marina Actor: Mrs Bowman
Role: Zarriana Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Terresia Actor: Mrs Martin
Related Works
Related Work: The Czar of Muscovy Author(s): Mary Pix