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Event Comment: The King's Company. Pepys, Diary: Being full of my desire of seeing my Lord Orrery's new play this afternoon at the King's house, The Black Prince, the first time it is acted; where though we come by two o'clock, yet there was no room in the pit, but we were forced to go into one of the upper boxes, at 4s. a piece, which is the first time I ever sat in a box in my life. And in the same box come, by and by, behind me, my Lord Barkeley and his lady; but I did not turn my face to them to be known, so that I was excused from giving them my seat; and this pleasure I had, that from this place the scenes do appear very fine indeed, and much better than in the pit. The house infinite full, and the King and Duke of York was there. By and by the play begun, and in it nothing Particular but a very fine dance for variety of figures, but a little too long. But, as to the contrivance, and all that was witty (which, indeed, was much, and very witty), was almost the same that had been in his two former plays of Henry the 5th and Mustapha, and the same points and turns of wit in both, and in this very same play often repeated, but in excellent language, and were so excellent that the whole house was mightily pleased with it all along till towards the end he comes to discover the chief of the plot of the play by the reading of a long letter, which was so long and some things (the people being set already to think too long) so unnecessary that they frequently begun to laugh, and to hiss twenty times, that, had it not been for the King's being there, they had certainly hissed it off the stage. But I must confess that, as my Lord Barkeley says behind me, the having of that long letter was a thing so absurd, that he could not imagine how a man of his parts could possibly fall into it; or, if he did, if he had but let any friend read it, the friend would have told him of it; and, I must confess, it is one of the most remarkable instances that ever I did or expect to meet with in my life of a wise man's not being wise at all times, and in all things, for nothing could be more ridiculous than this, though the letter of itself at another time would be thought an excellent letter, and indeed an excellent Romance, but at the end of the play, when every body was weary of sitting, and were already possessed with the effect of the whole letter, to trouble them with a letter a quarter of an hour long was a most absurd thing. After the play done, and nothing pleasing them from the time of the letter to the end of the play, people being put into a bad humour of disliking (which is another thing worth the noting), I home by coach, and could not forbear laughing almost all the way home, and all the evening to my going to bed, at the ridiculousness of the letter, and the more because my wife was angry with me, and the world, for laughing, because the King was there, though she cannot defend the length of the letter

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Black Prince

Performance Comment: Edition of 1672: Prologue-the Genius of England [holding Trident in one hand and a Sword in the other; King Edward-Moon [Mohun]; King John-Wintersell; Prince-Kenniston [Kynaston]; Lord Delaware-Hart; Count Guesclin-Burt; Lord Latimer-Cartwright; Page-Beeston; Alizia-Mrs Guinn; Plantaginet-Mrs Marshall; Cleorin-Mrs Corey; Sevina-Mrs Nepp; Valeria disguised-F. Damport [Davenport]; A Lady-Betty Damport [Davenport]; Epilogue to the King-.
Cast
Role: Prologue Actor: the Genius of England
Role: King Edward Actor: Moon
Role: King John Actor: Wintersell
Role: Prince Actor: Kenniston
Role: Lord Delaware Actor: Hart
Role: Count Guesclin Actor: Burt
Role: Lord Latimer Actor: Cartwright
Role: Page Actor: Beeston
Role: Alizia Actor: Mrs Guinn
Role: Plantaginet Actor: Mrs Marshall
Role: Cleorin Actor: Mrs Corey
Role: Sevina Actor: Mrs Nepp
Role: Valeria disguised Actor: F. Damport
Role: A Lady Actor: Betty Damport
Role: Epilogue to the King Actor: .
Event Comment: Afterpiece [1st time; MF 2, by John O'Keeffe, based on Le Rival Suppose, by Germain Francois Poulain de Saint-Foix. It was written in honor of the 21st birthday, 12 Aug., of the Prince of Wales. Prologue by George Colman, the elder (Colman, Prose, m, 248)]: The Overture by Dr Arnold. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. Public Advertiser, 2 Oct. 1783: This Day is published The Birth Day (1s.)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Separate Maintenance

Afterpiece Title: The Birth Day; or, The Prince of Arragon

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Palmer, Williamson, Wilson; Miss George, Mrs Bannister. [Cast from text (T. Cadell, 1783): Prince of Arragon-Palmer; Don Frederick-Williamson; Don Leopold-Wilson; Fiorina-Miss George; Seraphina-Mrs Bannister.] New Prologue spoken by Palmer. [This was spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances.] hathi. New Prologue spoken by Palmer. [This was spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances.] hathi.
Cast
Role: : Prince of Arragon Actor: Palmer
Role: Don Frederick Actor: Williamson
Role: Don Leopold Actor: Wilson
Role: Fiorina Actor: Miss George
Role: Seraphina Actor: Mrs Bannister.

Dance: Afterpiece to conclude with a Grand Chorus and Dance (performers not listed)

Song: As17830613

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Captive Prince; Or, Love And Loyalty; With The Comical Humours Of Falstaff And Antient Pistol

Performance Comment: Prince-Miss Charke; Gloriana-Mrs Smith; Periander-Bowman; Gonzales-Dukes; Philotas-Edwards; Anglaura-Mrs Godwin; Falstaff-Smith; Hostess Quickly-Godwin; Justice Shallow-Adams; Doll Tearsheet-Mrs Freeman; Antient Pistol-Mrs Charke.
Cast
Role: Prince Actor: Miss Charke
Role: Gloriana Actor: Mrs Smith
Role: Periander Actor: Bowman
Role: Gonzales Actor: Dukes
Role: Philotas Actor: Edwards
Role: Anglaura Actor: Mrs Godwin
Role: Falstaff Actor: Smith
Role: Hostess Quickly Actor: Godwin
Role: Justice Shallow Actor: Adams
Role: Doll Tearsheet Actor: Mrs Freeman
Role: Antient Pistol Actor: Mrs Charke.

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Sclavonian

Cast
Role: Harlequin Actor: Adams
Role: Marquis Actor: Edwards
Role: Pierrot Actor: Robinson
Role: Colombine Actor: the celebrated Mrs Careless.
Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; MD 3, by Prince Hoare. Larpent MS 1126; not published; synopsis of plot in Monthly Magazine, May 1796, p. 320]: With new Scenes, Dresses, Decorations, &c. The Musick principally composed by the late Mr Storace [who had died on 19 Mar.], with a few Selections from Paisiello, Haydn and Sarti. [Grove, under Storace, states that the music was completed and prepared for the stage by Kelly and Sga Storace.] The Scenes designed and executed by Marinari and assistants. The Dresses by Johnston, Gay and Miss Rein. Books of the Songs to be had in the Theatre. "It was exceedingly tedious the first night, not being over till eleven o'clock. Since, it has been prudently cut down, and yet has lost nothing. A prologue, written on the very morning of representation, deploring the loss of the composer, was spoken (perfectly) by the last unfortunate Benson [for whom see 9 June. It was written by Hoare (Universal Magazine, May 1796, p. 362), and Was perhaps spoken only on the 1st night; it is not listed on any playbill]" (Monthly Magazine, May 1796, p. 320). "In short, possessing all the science of Harrison, the melody of Incledon, and the pleasing articulation of the late Mrs Kennedy, we have no hesitation in pronouncing [Braham] the first public singer of the present day. He was three times encored. His action is indifferent, and his dialogue scarcely audible" (Morning Herald, 2 May). Receipts: #297 14s. (258.10.6; 38.19.6; 0.4.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Mahmoud; Or, The Prince Of Persia

Related Works
Related Work: Mahmoud; or, The Prince of Persia Author(s): Prince Hoare

Afterpiece Title: All the World's a Stage

Event Comment: Benefit Mills. By Command of His Royal Highness. To which (By Command) will be added, The Coronation of Anna Bullen, with the Military Ceremony of the Champion in Westminster-Hall, for the Entertainment of . . .the Prince of Orange, who accompanies his Royal Highness to the Play. [Prince of Wales, Prince of Orange, Princess Caroline present.]

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Henry Iv, Part Ii

Performance Comment: King-Mills; Prince-W. Mills; Shallow-Johnson; Silence-Miller; Feeble-Griffin; Falstaff-Harper; Pistol-Cibber; Lancaster-A. Hallam; Gloster-Cross; York-Mil ward; Justice-Boman; Poins-Oates; Bardolph-Shepard; Hostess-Mrs Shireburn; Doll-Miss Mann. A new Prologue upon the Company's Return to the Theatre Royal, spoken by Mills .
Cast
Role: King Actor: Mills
Role: Prince Actor: W. Mills
Role: Shallow Actor: Johnson
Role: Silence Actor: Miller
Role: Feeble Actor: Griffin
Role: Falstaff Actor: Harper
Role: Pistol Actor: Cibber
Role: Lancaster Actor: A. Hallam
Role: Gloster Actor: Cross
Role: York Actor: Mil ward
Role: Justice Actor: Boman
Role: Poins Actor: Oates
Role: Bardolph Actor: Shepard
Role: Hostess Actor: Mrs Shireburn
Role: Doll Actor: Miss Mann. A new Prologue upon the Company's Return to the Theatre Royal, spoken by Mills

Song:

Dance:

Event Comment: At Cushing's Booth, facing the King's Head, Smithfield. The tragedy contains the barbarous contrivances of King John against his nephew Prince Arthur; his method of persuading Hubert to undertake the cruel murder of that youth; the sufferings of Arthur in his confinement, where Hubert attempts to put out eyes with a red-hot iron, til moved to compassion by the tender entreating of the young prince, he quits his horrid purpose. The manner of Arthur's leaping from the battlements of the tower where he was imprisoned, when by attempting to escape his severe treatment he loses his life. The terrors that attended the villainous Uncle King John, and at length his dreadful death, who is poisoned in the midst of all his glory, and in terrible anguish and distraction, pays his nephew's blood with the price of his own. The comic contains the exquisite drolleries of Sir Lubberly and his man, their whimsical journey from Cumberland, and no less whimsical exploits in London; the odd reception they met with from their three faithful friends, Tom Rash the Porter, Jeffrey Holdfast the Constable, and Moll Tatter the Beggar Woman, the one getting a wife, the other a bastard

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Life And Death Of King John

Performance Comment: King John-Redman; Hubert-Simpson; Bastard-Pinner; Chatillion-Walker; Pembroke-Johnson; Pandulph-White; Prince Arthur-Miss Yates; Constance-Mrs Cushing.
Cast
Role: King John Actor: Redman
Role: Hubert Actor: Simpson
Role: Bastard Actor: Pinner
Role: Chatillion Actor: Walker
Role: Pembroke Actor: Johnson
Role: Pandulph Actor: White
Role: Prince Arthur Actor: Miss Yates
Role: Constance Actor: Mrs Cushing.

Afterpiece Title: The Adventures of Sir Lubberly Lackbrains and His Man Blunderbuss

Cast
Role: Sir Thomas Rash Actor: Malone
Role: Ramble Actor: Singleton
Role: Merry Actor: Jenkins
Role: Tom Rash Actor: Beckham
Role: Jeffery Holdfast Actor: Middleton
Role: Moll Actor: Mrs Beckham
Role: Blunderbuss Actor: Costollo
Role: Sir Luberrly Actor: Cushing
Role: Christina Actor: Mrs Peters
Role: Pert Actor: Mrs Simon.
Event Comment: Written by Shakespear. [The Prince present.

Performances

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

Performance Comment: King-Thurmond; Prince of Wales-Wilks; Hotspur-Booth; Falstaff-Mills; Carriers-Johnson, Miller; Francis-Norris; Hostess-Mrs Willis.
Cast
Role: King Actor: Thurmond
Role: Prince of Wales Actor: Wilks
Role: Hotspur Actor: Booth
Role: Falstaff Actor: Mills
Role: Carriers Actor: Johnson, Miller
Role: Francis Actor: Norris
Role: Hostess Actor: Mrs Willis.
Event Comment: [By Charles Beckingham.] Never Acted before. [The Prince expected to attend.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry The Fourth Of France

Performance Comment: Edition of 1720 lists: Henry-Quin; Prince of Conde-Ryan; Duke of Vendosme-Leigh; Duke Bouillon-Ogden; Villeroy-Smith; Rosny-Diggs; Montmorency-Harper; Nuntio-C. Bullock; French Bishop-Boheme; Ravilliac-Egleton; Charlotta-Mrs Bullock; Louisa-Mrs Biggs; Alicia-Mrs Gulick; Prologue-Ryan; Epilogue written by Sewell-Mrs Bullock.
Cast
Role: Henry Actor: Quin
Role: Prince of Conde Actor: Ryan
Role: Duke of Vendosme Actor: Leigh
Role: Duke Bouillon Actor: Ogden
Role: Villeroy Actor: Smith
Role: Rosny Actor: Diggs
Role: Montmorency Actor: Harper
Role: Nuntio Actor: C. Bullock
Role: French Bishop Actor: Boheme
Role: Ravilliac Actor: Egleton
Role: Charlotta Actor: Mrs Bullock
Role: Louisa Actor: Mrs Biggs
Role: Alicia Actor: Mrs Gulick
Role: Prologue Actor: Ryan
Role: Sewell Actor: Mrs Bullock.
Event Comment: [By Theophilus Cibber.] Alter'd from Shakespear. Containing the Marriages of King Edward the Fourth , and young Prince Edward , with Lady Gray , and Lady Anne . The Distresses of Queen Margaret . The Deposing King Henry the Sixth . The Battles Fought at St. Albans, Wakefield, Mortimer's-Cross, and Tewkesbury. The Deaths of Lord Clifford of Cumberland , and his Son, the Duke of York , his Steward. And many other True Historical Passages

Performances

Mainpiece Title: An Historical Tragedy Of The Civil Wars Between The Houses Of York And Lancaster In The Reign Of King Henry The Vith

Performance Comment: Cast not listed in edition of 1723, but edition of 1724 lists: King Henry-Roberts; Prince Edward-Cibber Jr; Old Clifford-Boman; Young Clifford-Wilks Jr; York-Savage; Edward-Oates; George-Parlour; Richard-Wilson; Warwick-Bridgwater; Queen Margaret-Mrs Campbell; Lady Grey-Mrs Seal; Lady Elizabeth-Mrs Davison; Lady Anne-Mrs Brett; Prologue-Th. Cibber.
Cast
Role: King Henry Actor: Roberts
Role: Prince Edward Actor: Cibber Jr
Role: Old Clifford Actor: Boman
Role: Young Clifford Actor: Wilks Jr
Role: York Actor: Savage
Role: Edward Actor: Oates
Role: George Actor: Parlour
Role: Richard Actor: Wilson
Role: Warwick Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Queen Margaret Actor: Mrs Campbell
Role: Lady Grey Actor: Mrs Seal
Role: Lady Elizabeth Actor: Mrs Davison
Role: Lady Anne Actor: Mrs Brett
Role: Prologue Actor: Th. Cibber.
Event Comment: By Command of Their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales. Mainpiece: Written by Shakespear. N.B. The Boxes, not being equal to the great Demand for Places, by particular Desire, two Rowes of the Pit will be Rail'd into the Boxes; and two large Side-Boxes will be form'd on the Stage for the Accommodation of Ladies only

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry The Fourth, Part Ii

Performance Comment: See17380916, but Shallow-Cibber Sr; Falstaff-Quin; King-Milward; Prince-Mills; Pistol-Cibber Jr.
Cast
Role: Shallow Actor: Cibber Sr
Role: Falstaff Actor: Quin
Role: King Actor: Milward
Role: Prince Actor: Mills
Role: Pistol Actor: Cibber Jr.

Afterpiece Title: The Mock Doctor

Cast
Role: Doctor Actor: Cibber Jr.
Event Comment: By Command of their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales. Benefit Macklin. Mainpiece: Written by Shakespear. [Tickets at Macklin's, No. 12, Wild Court.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Merchant Of Venice

Performance Comment: As17410214, but Prince of Arragon-_.
Cast
Role: Merchant Actor: Quin
Role: Bassanio Actor: Milward
Role: Gratiano Actor: Mills
Role: Shylock Actor: Macklin
Role: Launcelot Actor: Chapman
Role: Gobbo Actor: Johnson
Role: Solanio Actor: Berry
Role: Morochius Actor: Cashell
Role: Lorenzo Actor: Havard
Role: Prince of Arragon Actor: Turbutt
Role: Duke Actor: Winstone
Role: Tubal Actor: Taswell
Role: Salarino Actor: Ridout
Role: Portia Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Nerissa Actor: Mrs Pritchard
Role: Jessica Actor: Miss Woodman.

Afterpiece Title: The Intriguing Chambermaid

Cast
Role: Valentine Actor: Lowe.
Role: Chambermaid Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Bluff Actor: Macklin.

Dance: I: La Tambourine-Mlle Chateauneuf; II: Shepherds and Shepherdesses-Muilment, Mlle Chateauneuf; III: Les Caprices des Rebelles (new)-Mlle Maltere; IV: L'Allemande-Muilment, Mlle Chateauneuf; V: La Rose Boree et Ziphirs (new)-Maltere, Mlle Maltere

Event Comment: Mainpiece containing the Distresses and death of King Henry VIv; The Artful Acquistion of the Crown by King Richardv; The Murder of Prince Edward and his Brother in the Towerv; the Landing of the Earl of Richmondv, and Death of King Richardv in the memorable Battle of Bosworth Fieldv, being the last that was fought between the houses of York and Lancaster

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Richard Iii

Performance Comment: Richard-Ryan; King Henry-Hale; Richmond-Cibber; Buckingham-Cashell; Tressel-Chapman; Stanley-Rosco; Norfolk-Ridout; Catesby-Gibson; Tyrrel-Carr; Lord Mayor-Marten; Ratcliff-Anderson; Lieut-Arthur; Oxford-Bencraft; Prince Edward-Miss Hippisley; Duke of York-Miss Morrison; Duchess of York-Mrs James; Lady Anne-Mrs Horton; Queen Elizabeth-Mrs Pritchard.
Cast
Role: Richard Actor: Ryan
Role: King Henry Actor: Hale
Role: Richmond Actor: Cibber
Role: Buckingham Actor: Cashell
Role: Tressel Actor: Chapman
Role: Stanley Actor: Rosco
Role: Norfolk Actor: Ridout
Role: Catesby Actor: Gibson
Role: Tyrrel Actor: Carr
Role: Lord Mayor Actor: Marten
Role: Ratcliff Actor: Anderson
Role: Lieut Actor: Arthur
Role: Oxford Actor: Bencraft
Role: Prince Edward Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Duke of York Actor: Miss Morrison
Role: Duchess of York Actor: Mrs James
Role: Lady Anne Actor: Mrs Horton
Role: Queen Elizabeth Actor: Mrs Pritchard.

Afterpiece Title: Pyramus and Thisbe

Cast
Role: Dances Actor: Cooke, Picq, Villeneuve.
Role: Pyramus Actor: Beard
Role: Lion Actor: Reinhold
Role: Wall Actor: Laguerre
Role: Moonshine Actor: Roberts
Role: Thisbe Actor: Mrs Lampe.
Event Comment: Mainpiece Containing the Distresses and Death of King Henry the Sixth; the Artful Acquisition of the Crown by King Richard; The Cruel Murder of Prince Edward and his Brother in the Tower; the Landing of the Earl of Richmond, and the death of King Richard in the Memorable battle of Bosworth Fieldv; being the last that was fought between the Houses of York and Lancaster. Receipts: #160 19s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Richard Iii

Performance Comment: Richard-Quin; King Henry-Bridgwater; Richmond-Havard; Buckingham-Cashell; Tressel-Chapman; Prince Edward-Miss Hippisley; Duke of York-Miss Morrison; Duchess of York-Mrs James; Stanley-Davies; Norfolk-Ridout; Catesby-Gibson; Tyrrel-Carr; Lord Mayor-Marten; Ratcliff-Anderson; Lieutenant-Arthur; Oxford-Bencraft; Lady Anne-Mrs Horton; Queen Elizabeth-Mrs Pritchard.
Cast
Role: Richard Actor: Quin
Role: King Henry Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Richmond Actor: Havard
Role: Buckingham Actor: Cashell
Role: Tressel Actor: Chapman
Role: Prince Edward Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Duke of York Actor: Miss Morrison
Role: Duchess of York Actor: Mrs James
Role: Stanley Actor: Davies
Role: Norfolk Actor: Ridout
Role: Catesby Actor: Gibson
Role: Tyrrel Actor: Carr
Role: Lord Mayor Actor: Marten
Role: Ratcliff Actor: Anderson
Role: Lieutenant Actor: Arthur
Role: Oxford Actor: Bencraft
Role: Lady Anne Actor: Mrs Horton
Role: Queen Elizabeth Actor: Mrs Pritchard.

Afterpiece Title: The Virgin Unmasked

Cast
Role: Miss Lucy Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Coupee Actor: Woodward.
Event Comment: By particular Desire...In which will be reviv'd that excellent Scene between Falstaff and the Prince of Wales, which Shakespear himself was so extremely fond of. (Daily Advertiser and General Advertiser). Front Boxes made at the upper end of the Pit

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The First Part Of King Henry The Fourth, With The Humours Of Sir John Falstaff

Performance Comment: Falstaff-a Gentleman; Henry-Furnival; Prince Hal-Cushing; Hotspur-Lee; Worcester-Wignell; Vernon-Shuter; Northumberland-Hallam Sen; Blunt-Edwards; Francis-L. Hallam; Lady Piercy-Mrs Hallam; Hostess-Mrs Bambridge.
Cast
Role: Falstaff Actor: a Gentleman
Role: Henry Actor: Furnival
Role: Prince Hal Actor: Cushing
Role: Hotspur Actor: Lee
Role: Worcester Actor: Wignell
Role: Vernon Actor: Shuter
Role: Northumberland Actor: Hallam Sen
Role: Blunt Actor: Edwards
Role: Francis Actor: L. Hallam
Role: Lady Piercy Actor: Mrs Hallam
Role: Hostess Actor: Mrs Bambridge.

Afterpiece Title: The Mock Doctor

Dance: As17461124

Event Comment: Mainpiece: Containing the Distresses and Death of King Henry the Sixthv; the Artful Acquistion of the Crown by King Richardv; the Cruel Murder of Prince Edwardv and his Brother in the Tower; the Landing of the Earl of Richmondv, and the death of King Richard in the Memorable Battle of Bosworth Fieldv; being the last that was faught between the Houses of York and Lancasterv. [A customary elaboration of the title, appearing at subsequent performances this season, but not repeated here.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Richard Iii

Performance Comment: Richard III-Ryan; King Henry-Bridgwater; Richmond-Giffard; Buckingham-Bridges; Tressel-Ridout; Stanley-Rosco; Blunt-Kennedy; Catesby-Gibson; Tyrrel-Stoppelaer; Lord Mayor-Dunstall; Ratcliff-Anderson; Lieutenant-Storer; Oxford-Bencraft; Prince Edward-Miss Morrison; Duke of York-Miss Mullart; Duchess of York-Mrs James; Lady Anne-Mrs Hale; Queen Elizabeth-Mrs Horton.
Cast
Role: Richard III Actor: Ryan
Role: King Henry Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Richmond Actor: Giffard
Role: Buckingham Actor: Bridges
Role: Tressel Actor: Ridout
Role: Stanley Actor: Rosco
Role: Blunt Actor: Kennedy
Role: Catesby Actor: Gibson
Role: Tyrrel Actor: Stoppelaer
Role: Lord Mayor Actor: Dunstall
Role: Ratcliff Actor: Anderson
Role: Lieutenant Actor: Storer
Role: Oxford Actor: Bencraft
Role: Prince Edward Actor: Miss Morrison
Role: Duke of York Actor: Miss Mullart
Role: Duchess of York Actor: Mrs James
Role: Lady Anne Actor: Mrs Hale
Role: Queen Elizabeth Actor: Mrs Horton.

Afterpiece Title: The Royal Chace

Cast
Role: add Mercury Actor: Laguerre.
Role: Chasseur Royal Actor: Beard
Role: Merlin Actor: Leveridge
Role: in the character of Harlequin Actor: Lun
Role: Pluto Actor: Granier
Role: Neptune Actor: Dupre
Role: Pan Actor: Vandersluys
Role: Hercules Actor: Delagarde
Role: Apollo Actor: Villeneuve
Role: Mars Actor: Desse
Role: Doctor Actor: Bencraft
Role: Colombine Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Pierot Actor: LaLauze.
Event Comment: Mainpiece: Not acted these 3 years. [See 29 Feb. 1748.] Containing the distresses and death of King Henry VIv; the Artful acquisition of the Crown by King Richardv; The cruel Murder of Prince Edward and his brother in the Towerv; the landing of the Earl of Richmond, and the death of King Richardv in the Memorable battle of Bosworth Fieldv, being the last that was fought between the Houses of York and Lancaster. [Customary advertisement for this play this season. It will not be repeated further.] This month was published Characters in Dancing; with a Rhapsody (Gentleman's Magazine). Receipts: #164 13s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Richard Iii

Performance Comment: Richard-Quin; King Henry-Delane; Richmond-Ridout; Buckingham-Sparkes; Stanley-Redman; Oxford-Bencraft; Catesby-Gibson; Ratcliff-Anderson; Tressel-Cushing; Norfolk-Bransby; Lord Mayor-Marten; Tirrel-Dunstall; Lieut-Oates; Blunt-Holtham; Prince Edward-Miss Morrison; Duke of York-Miss Mullart; Queen-Mrs Horton; Dutchess of York-Mrs Bambridge; Lady Anne-Mrs Woffington.
Cast
Role: Richard Actor: Quin
Role: King Henry Actor: Delane
Role: Richmond Actor: Ridout
Role: Buckingham Actor: Sparkes
Role: Stanley Actor: Redman
Role: Oxford Actor: Bencraft
Role: Catesby Actor: Gibson
Role: Ratcliff Actor: Anderson
Role: Tressel Actor: Cushing
Role: Norfolk Actor: Bransby
Role: Lord Mayor Actor: Marten
Role: Tirrel Actor: Dunstall
Role: Lieut Actor: Oates
Role: Blunt Actor: Holtham
Role: Prince Edward Actor: Miss Morrison
Role: Duke of York Actor: Miss Mullart
Role: Queen Actor: Mrs Horton
Role: Dutchess of York Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Lady Anne Actor: Mrs Woffington.

Afterpiece Title: Phoebe

Cast
Role: Hunter Actor: Lowe
Role: Chaunter Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Quorum Actor: Marten
Role: Tippet Actor: Miss Young
Role: Phebe Actor: Mrs Dunstall.
Event Comment: Containing the Distresses and Death of King Henry VIv; the Artful acquisition of the Crown by King Richardv; the cruel murder of Prince Edwardv and his brother in the tower; the Landing of the Earl of Richmondv, and the death of King Richardv in the memorable Battle of Bosworth Fieldv, being the last that was fought between the Houses of York and Lancaster

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Richard Iii

Performance Comment: Richard-Quin; King Henry-Ryan; Richmond-Ridout; Buckingham-Sparks; Stanley-Redman; Oxford-Elrington; Catesby-Gibson; Ratcliff-Anderson; Tressel-Lacey; Norfolk-Bransby; Lord Mayor-Marten; Tirrel-Dunstall; Lieut-Usher; Blunt-Holtham; Prince Edward-Miss Morrison; Duke of York-Miss Mullart; Lady Anne-Mrs Vincent; Duchess of York-Mrs Bambridge; Queen-Mrs Cibber first time.
Cast
Role: Richard Actor: Quin
Role: King Henry Actor: Ryan
Role: Richmond Actor: Ridout
Role: Buckingham Actor: Sparks
Role: Stanley Actor: Redman
Role: Oxford Actor: Elrington
Role: Catesby Actor: Gibson
Role: Ratcliff Actor: Anderson
Role: Tressel Actor: Lacey
Role: Norfolk Actor: Bransby
Role: Lord Mayor Actor: Marten
Role: Tirrel Actor: Dunstall
Role: Lieut Actor: Usher
Role: Blunt Actor: Holtham
Role: Prince Edward Actor: Miss Morrison
Role: Duke of York Actor: Miss Mullart
Role: Lady Anne Actor: Mrs Vincent
Role: Duchess of York Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Queen Actor: Mrs Cibber first time.
Event Comment: Both pieces by Command of their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry Iv, Part Ii, With The Humours Of Falstaff

Performance Comment: Falstaff-Quin; King Henry-Gibson; Wales-Ryan; Achbp York-Bridgwater; Mowbray-Redman; Hastings-Anderson; Westmorland-Usher; Prince John-Ridout; Gloster-Baker; Clarence-Miss Hippisley; Poins-Bransby; Coleville-Elrington; Chief Justice-Sparks; Silence-Stoppelaer; Bardolph-Marten; Doll-Miss Haughton; Peto-Atkins; Shallow-Arthur; Bullcalf-Dunstall; Feeble-Collins; Mouldy-Bencraft; Shadow-Hacket; Pistol-Cushing; Hostess-Mrs Macklin.
Cast
Role: Falstaff Actor: Quin
Role: King Henry Actor: Gibson
Role: Wales Actor: Ryan
Role: Achbp York Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Mowbray Actor: Redman
Role: Hastings Actor: Anderson
Role: Westmorland Actor: Usher
Role: Prince John Actor: Ridout
Role: Gloster Actor: Baker
Role: Clarence Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Poins Actor: Bransby
Role: Coleville Actor: Elrington
Role: Chief Justice Actor: Sparks
Role: Silence Actor: Stoppelaer
Role: Bardolph Actor: Marten
Role: Doll Actor: Miss Haughton
Role: Peto Actor: Atkins
Role: Shallow Actor: Arthur
Role: Bullcalf Actor: Dunstall
Role: Feeble Actor: Collins
Role: Mouldy Actor: Bencraft
Role: Shadow Actor: Hacket
Role: Pistol Actor: Cushing
Role: Hostess Actor: Mrs Macklin.

Afterpiece Title: Perseus and Andromeda

Cast
Role: Cassiope Actor: Miss Young
Role: Amazons Actor: Miss _Young, Miss Davis, Miss _Morrison.
Role: Infernals Actor:
Role: Perseus Actor: Lowe
Role: Cepheus Actor: Waltz
Role: Aethiopian Actor: Baker
Role: Mercury Actor: Vincent
Role: Andromeda Actor: Miss Falkner
Role: Cyclops Actor: Roberts, Smith, Holtham, Bennet, Davis
Role: Harlequin Actor: Miles
Role: Hussar Actor: Bencraft
Role: Colombine Actor: Miss Haughton
Role: Hussar's Servant Actor: Arthur
Role: Valet de Chambre Actor: Atkins
Role: Petit Maitre Actor: Lalauze
Role: Concluding with the Original Grand Dance Actor: .
Event Comment: Box #43 17s. 6d. Paid Mr Blackmore a Bill for sundries and expenses in taking the inventory of the Men's Wardrobe #26 2s. 6d. Bought three men's outfits #68. Gave the King's footmen and Chairmen #4 4s., and Prince of Wales' Footmen and Chairmen #2 2s. Gave the Porters of the several Inns #3 14s. (Account Book). [The Gentlewoman who played Bertha was Miss Fielding. See notation of payment to her for acting this part, 10 Jan.] Receipts: #176 16s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Royal Merchant; Or, The Beggar's Bush

Performance Comment: Florez-Ross; Clause-Ridout; Woolfort-Sparks; Hubert-Clarke; Orator Higgen-Dunstall; Vandunck-Marten; Prince Prigg-Shuter; Boor-Collins; Sailor-Bennet; Jaqueline-Mrs Dyer; Bertha-A Gentlewoman who never appeared on any stage before.
Cast
Role: Florez Actor: Ross
Role: Clause Actor: Ridout
Role: Woolfort Actor: Sparks
Role: Hubert Actor: Clarke
Role: Orator Higgen Actor: Dunstall
Role: Vandunck Actor: Marten
Role: Prince Prigg Actor: Shuter
Role: Boor Actor: Collins
Role: Sailor Actor: Bennet
Role: Jaqueline Actor: Mrs Dyer
Role: Bertha Actor: A Gentlewoman who never appeared on any stage before.

Afterpiece Title: The Rape of Proserpine

Event Comment: The Prince of Wales by Obrien (first time) very well (Hopkins). Receipts: #147 (MacMillan)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry Iv, Part I

Performance Comment: Falstaff-Love; King-Havard; Prince of Wales-Obrien, first time; Sir Richard Vernon-Jackson; Worcester-Bransby; Hostess-Mrs Bradshaw; Northumberland-Burton; Glendower-Lee; Douglas-Parsons; Blunt-J. Palmer; Poins-Packer; Carriers-Moody, Weston; Sheriff-Stevens; Bardolf-Clough; Westmorland-Ackman; Francis-Vaughan; Mortimer-Castle; Hotspur-Holland; Lady Percy-Mrs Palmer.
Cast
Role: Falstaff Actor: Love
Role: King Actor: Havard
Role: Prince of Wales Actor: Obrien, first time
Role: Sir Richard Vernon Actor: Jackson
Role: Worcester Actor: Bransby
Role: Hostess Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Northumberland Actor: Burton
Role: Glendower Actor: Lee
Role: Douglas Actor: Parsons
Role: Blunt Actor: J. Palmer
Role: Poins Actor: Packer
Role: Carriers Actor: Moody, Weston
Role: Sheriff Actor: Stevens
Role: Bardolf Actor: Clough
Role: Westmorland Actor: Ackman
Role: Francis Actor: Vaughan
Role: Mortimer Actor: Castle
Role: Hotspur Actor: Holland
Role: Lady Percy Actor: Mrs Palmer.

Afterpiece Title: The Deuce Is in Him

Cast
Role: Principal Parts Actor: Obrien, King, Packer, Mrs Hopkins, Miss Plym, Miss Pope
Role: Tamper Actor: Obrien
Role: Prattle Actor: King
Role: Major Belford Actor: Packer
Role: Emily Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Bell Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: Mademoiselle Florival Actor: Miss Plym
Role: Servant Actor: Strange
Related Works
Related Work: The Three and the Deuce! Author(s): Prince Hoare

Dance: End: The Provancalle, as17631014

Event Comment: Mainpiece: Not acted these 3 years. [See 27 Nov. 1765. Hogan noted the following additions from the 1770 edn.: Mortimer-Lewes; Glendower-Morris; Prince John-Miss Cockayne; Northumberland-Redman; Gadshill-P. Smith; Peto-Wild.] Receipts: #149 17s. 6d

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry Iv, Part I, With The Humours Of Falstaff

Performance Comment: Hotspur-Smith; King-Gibson; Worcester-Hull; Prince of Wales-Wroughton; Vernon-Davis; Douglas-Gardner; Falstaff-Shuter; Poins-Perry; Westmorland-Cushing; Blunt-R. Smith; Bardolph-Wignell; Francis-Hamilton; Carriers-Dunstall, Quick; Hostess-Mrs Pitt; Lady Percy-Mrs Bulkley.
Cast
Role: Hotspur Actor: Smith
Role: King Actor: Gibson
Role: Worcester Actor: Hull
Role: Prince of Wales Actor: Wroughton
Role: Vernon Actor: Davis
Role: Douglas Actor: Gardner
Role: Falstaff Actor: Shuter
Role: Poins Actor: Perry
Role: Westmorland Actor: Cushing
Role: Blunt Actor: R. Smith
Role: Bardolph Actor: Wignell
Role: Francis Actor: Hamilton
Role: Carriers Actor: Dunstall, Quick
Role: Hostess Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Lady Percy Actor: Mrs Bulkley.

Dance: II: The Merry Sailors, as17691018

Event Comment: Juliet by Mrs Robinson--a genteel Figure--a very tolerable first Appearance, and may do in time. [Note added by J. P. Kemble: Mrs Mary Robinson, whose maiden name was Darby, died Dec. 26, 1800 at Englefield Green. See her Life, of which the first part, namely as far as to her Acquaintance with the Prince of Wales, was written by herself] (Hopkins Diary). Receipts: #170 8s. (133.15; 31.15; 4.18)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Romeo And Juliet

Performance Comment: Romeo-Brereton; Fryar Lawrence-Packer; Capulet-Aickin; Benvolio-Davies; Tibalt-Grist; Prince-Norris; Paris-Farren; Peter-Burton; Apothecary-Waldron; Balthazar-Chaplin; Mercutio-Dodd; Lady Capulet-Mrs Johnston; Nurse-Mrs Love; Juliet-A Young Lady (1st appearance upon any stage [Mrs Robinson]).Mrs Robinson]).
Cast
Role: Romeo Actor: Brereton
Role: Fryar Lawrence Actor: Packer
Role: Capulet Actor: Aickin
Role: Benvolio Actor: Davies
Role: Tibalt Actor: Grist
Role: Prince Actor: Norris
Role: Paris Actor: Farren
Role: Peter Actor: Burton
Role: Apothecary Actor: Waldron
Role: Balthazar Actor: Chaplin
Role: Mercutio Actor: Dodd
Role: Lady Capulet Actor: Mrs Johnston
Role: Nurse Actor: Mrs Love
Role: Juliet Actor: A Young Lady

Afterpiece Title: Selima and Azor

Cast
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: In I: Masquerade-; Dance-Giorgi, Blurton, Mrs Sutton. [This was included, as here assigned, in all subsequent perfomances.

Song: Mainpiece: with the Funeral Procession. Vocal Parts-Gaudry, Legg, Kear, Fawcett, Brown, Carpenter, Follett, Chaplin, Miss Abrams, Miss Collett, Mrs Scott, Mrs Greville, Mrs Davies, Miss Jarratt, Miss Boyd, Mrs Booth, Mrs Pitt

Performances

Mainpiece Title: A Quarter Of An Hour Before Dinner

Afterpiece Title: My Grandmother

Cast
Role: Daggerwood Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Fustian Actor: Suett
Role: Apewell Actor: Caulfield
Role: Carpenter Actor: Benson
Role: Prompter Actor: Waldron
Role: Manager's Servant Actor: Bland
Role: Mrs Beezom Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: Molly Beezom Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: unassigned Actor: Waldron Jun.
Role: Marquis of Montague Actor: Caulfield
Role: Duke of Somerset Actor: Bland
Role: Egbert Actor: Palmer Jun.
Role: La Varenne Actor: Benson
Role: Prince of Wales Actor: Miss Menage
Role: Gondibert Actor: Barrymore
Role: Barton Actor: Aickin
Role: Gregory Gubbins Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Fool Actor: Suett
Role: Corporal Actor: Cross
Role: Drummer Actor: Cooke
Role: Fifer Actor: Waldron Jun.
Role: Robbers Actor: Bannister, Davies, Cooke
Role: Villagers Actor: Mrs Bland, Miss Leak, Miss DeCamp
Role: Queen Margaret Actor: Mrs Kemble
Role: Adeline Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Vapour Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Gossip Actor: Suett
Role: Souffrance Actor: Benson
Role: Sir Matthew Medley Actor: Burton
Role: Woodly Actor: Cooke
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Florella Actor: Miss Leak.
Related Works
Related Work: My Grandmother Author(s): Prince Hoare

Afterpiece Title: New Hay at the Old Market

Cast
Role: King Edward Actor: Davies
Role: O'Carrol Actor: Johnstone
Role: Citizen Actor: Caulfield.
Role: Harcourt Actor: Bland
Role: Sir Walter Manny Actor: Usher
Role: John de Vienne Actor: Aickin
Role: Ribbomont Actor: Barrymore
Role: Pierre Actor: Bensley
Role: Officer Actor: Palmer Jun.
Role: John d' Aire Actor: Benson
Role: Old Man Actor: Waldron
Role: Crier Actor: Cross
Role: Citizens Actor: Waldron Jun., Cooke, Abbot
Role: Serjeant Actor: Fawcett
Role: La Gloire Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: 1st Carpenter Actor: Suett
Role: 2nd Carpenter Actor: Burton
Role: Queen Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Julia Actor: Mrs Kemble
Role: Madelon Actor: Mrs Bland.
Role: Daggerwood Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Fustian Actor: Suett
Role: Apewell Actor: Caulfield
Role: Carpenter Actor: Benson
Role: Prompter Actor: Waldron
Role: Manager's Servant Actor: Bland
Role: Mrs Beezom Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: Molly Beezom Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: unassigned Actor: Waldron Jun.
Role: Marquis of Montague Actor: Caulfield
Role: Duke of Somerset Actor: Bland
Role: Egbert Actor: Palmer Jun.
Role: La Varenne Actor: Benson
Role: Prince of Wales Actor: Miss Menage
Role: Gondibert Actor: Barrymore
Role: Barton Actor: Aickin
Role: Gregory Gubbins Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Fool Actor: Suett
Role: Corporal Actor: Cross
Role: Drummer Actor: Cooke
Role: Fifer Actor: Waldron Jun.
Role: Robbers Actor: Bannister, Davies, Cooke
Role: Villagers Actor: Mrs Bland, Miss Leak, Miss DeCamp
Role: Queen Margaret Actor: Mrs Kemble
Role: Adeline Actor: Mrs Harlowe

Afterpiece Title: The Children in the Wood

Cast
Role: Daggerwood Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Fustian Actor: Suett
Role: Apewell Actor: Caulfield
Role: Carpenter Actor: Benson
Role: Prompter Actor: Waldron
Role: Manager's Servant Actor: Bland
Role: Mrs Beezom Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: Molly Beezom Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: unassigned Actor: Waldron Jun.
Role: Marquis of Montague Actor: Caulfield
Role: Duke of Somerset Actor: Bland
Role: Egbert Actor: Palmer Jun.
Role: La Varenne Actor: Benson
Role: Prince of Wales Actor: Miss Menage
Role: Gondibert Actor: Barrymore
Role: Barton Actor: Aickin
Role: Gregory Gubbins Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Fool Actor: Suett
Role: Corporal Actor: Cross
Role: Drummer Actor: Cooke
Role: Fifer Actor: Waldron Jun.
Role: Robbers Actor: Bannister, Davies, Cooke
Role: Villagers Actor: Mrs Bland, Miss Leak, Miss DeCamp
Role: Queen Margaret Actor: Mrs Kemble
Role: Adeline Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Walter Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Sir Rowland Actor: Barrymore
Role: Apathy Actor: Suett
Role: Gabriel Actor: Benson
Role: Oliver Actor: Caulfield
Role: Servants Actor: Waldron Jun., Lyons, Cooke
Role: Lord Alford Actor: Palmer Jun.
Role: Children Actor: Master Menage, Miss Menage
Role: Helen Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Winifred Actor: Mrs Booth
Role: Josephine Actor: Mrs Bland.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Battle Of Hexham

Cast
Role: Peasants Actor: Burton, Abbot, Lyons.
Role: Major Sturgeon Actor: Bannister
Role: Sir Jacob Jollup Actor: Usher
Role: Lint Actor: Cross
Role: Heeltap Actor: Burton
Role: Bruin Actor: Cooke
Role: Roger Actor: Waldron Jun.
Role: Snuffle Actor: Lyons
Role: Mob Actor: Ledger, Abbot
Role: Jerry Sneak Actor: Fawcett
Role: Mrs Bruin Actor: Miss Tidswell
Role: Mrs Sneak Actor: Mrs Harlowe.

Afterpiece Title: My Grandmother

Cast
Role: Daggerwood Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Fustian Actor: Suett
Role: Apewell Actor: Caulfield
Role: Carpenter Actor: Benson
Role: Prompter Actor: Waldron
Role: Manager's Servant Actor: Bland
Role: Mrs Beezom Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: Molly Beezom Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: unassigned Actor: Waldron Jun.
Role: Marquis of Montague Actor: Caulfield
Role: Duke of Somerset Actor: Bland
Role: Egbert Actor: Palmer Jun.
Role: La Varenne Actor: Benson
Role: Prince of Wales Actor: Miss Menage
Role: Gondibert Actor: Barrymore
Role: Barton Actor: Aickin
Role: Gregory Gubbins Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Fool Actor: Suett
Role: Corporal Actor: Cross
Role: Drummer Actor: Cooke
Role: Fifer Actor: Waldron Jun.
Role: Robbers Actor: Bannister, Davies, Cooke
Role: Villagers Actor: Mrs Bland, Miss Leak, Miss DeCamp
Role: Queen Margaret Actor: Mrs Kemble
Role: Adeline Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Vapour Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Gossip Actor: Suett
Role: Souffrance Actor: Benson
Role: Sir Matthew Medley Actor: Burton
Role: Woodly Actor: Cooke
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Florella Actor: Miss Leak.
Related Works
Related Work: My Grandmother Author(s): Prince Hoare

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Zorinski

Afterpiece Title: My Grandmother

Cast
Role: Daggerwood Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Fustian Actor: Suett
Role: Apewell Actor: Caulfield
Role: Carpenter Actor: Benson
Role: Prompter Actor: Waldron
Role: Manager's Servant Actor: Bland
Role: Mrs Beezom Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: Molly Beezom Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: unassigned Actor: Waldron Jun.
Role: Marquis of Montague Actor: Caulfield
Role: Duke of Somerset Actor: Bland
Role: Egbert Actor: Palmer Jun.
Role: La Varenne Actor: Benson
Role: Prince of Wales Actor: Miss Menage
Role: Gondibert Actor: Barrymore
Role: Barton Actor: Aickin
Role: Gregory Gubbins Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Fool Actor: Suett
Role: Corporal Actor: Cross
Role: Drummer Actor: Cooke
Role: Fifer Actor: Waldron Jun.
Role: Robbers Actor: Bannister, Davies, Cooke
Role: Villagers Actor: Mrs Bland, Miss Leak, Miss DeCamp
Role: Queen Margaret Actor: Mrs Kemble
Role: Adeline Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Vapour Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Gossip Actor: Suett
Role: Souffrance Actor: Benson
Role: Sir Matthew Medley Actor: Burton
Role: Woodly Actor: Cooke
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Florella Actor: Miss Leak.
Related Works
Related Work: My Grandmother Author(s): Prince Hoare