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Event Comment: Afterpiece [1st time; MD 2, by William Pearce. The Masque was produced in honor of the marriage of the Prince of Wales and Princess Caroline of Brunswick, 8 April 1795]: The Overture composed expressly for the Occasion by Haydn, as is the rest of the Music by Salomon [and see 9 Apr.]. The Scenery, Machinery, Decorations and Dresses are entirely New, and Designed by Noverre, except St. George's Hall, painted by the late Signor Cipriani. The Scenery executed by Hodgins, Walmsley, Phillips, Lupino, Hollogan, and many Assistants. The Machinery and Decorations by Sloper. Goosetree and Martinelli. The Dresses by Lupino, Dick and Mrs Egan. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. "On the 10th [of April] I was at the Covent Garden Theatre-to see the big Spectacul [sic]-Windsor Castle, the music by Salomon quite passable. The decorations-costumes-scenery, and the enormous amount of people on the stage are exaggerated. All the Gods of Heaven and Hell, and everything that lives on the earth are in the piece" (Haydn, 299). Morning Chronicle, 7 May 1795: This Day is published Windsor Castle (1s. 6d.). Receipts: #266 8s. 6d. (250.12.6; 15.16.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Rage

Cast
Role: Clara Sedley Actor: Miss Hill in place of Mrs Mountain.
Role: Servants Actor: _Cross
Role: Gingham Actor: Lewis
Role: Sir Paul Perpetual Actor: Quick
Role: Darnley Actor: Holman
Role: Flush Actor: Munden
Role: Mr Savage Actor: Fawcett
Role: Signor Cygnet Actor: Bernard
Role: Sir George Gauntlet Actor: Middleton
Role: Ready Actor: Davenport
Role: Waiter Actor: Rees
Role: Groom Actor: Simmons
Role: Lady Sarah Savage Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Mrs Darnley Actor: Mrs Pope

Afterpiece Title: Windsor Castle 1

Cast
Role: Edward Prince of Wales Actor: Pope
Role: Sir Ralph Neville Actor: Incledon
Role: King Edward III Actor: Farren
Role: Leveret Actor: Fawcett
Role: Fitz@Alan Actor: Bowden
Role: Lord Edward Spyncer Actor: Macready
Role: Revel Actor: Burton
Role: Ferryman Actor: Rees
Role: Eustace Actor: Linton
Role: Lady Blanche Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Countess of Kent Actor: Miss Wallis
Role: Villagers Actor: Mrs Clendining, Mrs Martyr.

Afterpiece Title: Windsor Castle 2

Performance Comment: A Grand Masque, invented and prepared undyr the Immediate Direction of Noverre, representing the Marriage of Peleus and Thetis-; [The Story from the Greek Writers. Peleus-Farley; Ganymede-Byrn; Proteus-Holland; Hymen-Mrs Martyr; Hebe-Mme Rossi; Minerva-Mrs Follett; Thetis-Mme Prevost (1st appearance); Cupid-Mrs Clendining; Terpsichore-Mlle St.Amand; Discord-Mlle Droma (1st appearance.); [The Masque commences with the View of A Grove-;[, sacred to Cupid and Hymen . Woods, Rocks, and Waterfalls form the Borders of the Sea, which terminates by the Horizon; the Genii of the Morn-; [are seen, preceded by Aurora-; [Fame sounding her Trumpet, proclaims to Mortals the Arrival of Thetis ; several splendid Barges appear, from the last of which Thetis disembarks, attended by Hymen, the Graces-; Groups of Cupids-; Zephyrs-; [Peleus enters, accompanied by Cupid and Minerva with her Suite; Thetis resigns herself to the Protection of Minerva, and perceiving Peleus, is struck with Admiration, but not knowing him, is informed by Cupid, he is her intended Husband-Peleus approaching, offers her his hand, which she respectfully accepts-the Characters retire, and the Clouds gradually dispersing, discover Mount Olympus-; [with the Gods and Goddesses assembled to behold the Nuptials; the Temple of Jupiter- [is seen on one side, that of Cupid on the other; Jupiter-[seated, accompanied by; Juno-; Mars-; Hercules-; Apollo-; Bacchus-; Mercury-; Saturn-; Diana-; Venus-; Ceres-; Victory-; Cybelle-; the Destinies-; Neptune-; [and Amphitrite-; [arise from the Sea in their Watry Car Pluto-; [and Proserpine-; [ascend, together with Rhadamanthus-; Minos-; [and Eacus-; [this is succeeded by A Magnificent Entree, in the following order: Sylvan Dancers-; Instrumental Performers-; Vocal Performers-; Rural Nymphs-; a Magnificent Column- [Richly Decorated, bearing the Emblematical Trophies ff War, Love, the Fine Arts; Rural Swains-; Virgins bearing Baskets of Flowers-; [The Goddess Hebe, attended by Cupids collected in a Picturesque Corbeille de Treillage ; Nymphs and Swains-[, attendants upon Thetis; Terpsichore; Ganymede; Proteus; Minerva borne by Warriors on a Military Trophy; Peleus and Thetis in a Splendid Chariot, drawn by Cupids, and attended by Hymen, Zephyrus : The High Priest; Priests bearing the Altar of Hymen; Tripods with Incense burning, followed by the Virtues, Truth, Justice, Benevolence, Clemency, Glory, Strength and Generosity. After the Procession, Thetis and Peleus being led to the Altar by the High Priest, just as they are receiving the Conjugal Cup, the Goddess Discord appears, enraged at not being invited to the sacred Festival-She attempts, in vain, to spread Confusion by throwing an Apple on the stage, inscribed "For the Fairest"-Cupid presents it to the Dieties, who adjudge it to Thetis-Pluto enraged by the menaces of Discord directs her to be bound in Chains, and forced away, after which the Ceremony is concluded; Peleus and Thetis are placed on a Magnificent Throne, attended by Hymen, Cupid, and the Grace3; variety of Dances are performed; and Peleus and Thetis are crowned with Wreaths. The Appearance of the Stage then changes to another Emblematical Spectacle. Festoons of Flowers descend-Cupids ascend supporting a Medallion and the Letters G. C. [i.e. George Caroline]-the Side Scenes draw off and discover Pyramids formed of Variegated Colours, bearing the Order of the Garter, and the Piece is concluded with a; Grand Chorus-; Dance-Ganymede, Proteus, Hebe, Terpsichore; accompanied on the Harp-Weippert.
Cast
Role: representing the Marriage of Peleus and Thetis Actor:
Role: Peleus Actor: Farley
Role: Ganymede Actor: Byrn
Role: Proteus Actor: Holland
Role: Hymen Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Hebe Actor: Mme Rossi
Role: Minerva Actor: Mrs Follett
Role: Thetis Actor: Mme Prevost
Role: Cupid Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Terpsichore Actor: Mlle St.Amand
Role: Discord Actor: Mlle Droma
Role: The Masque commences with the View of A Grove Actor:
Role: the Genii of the Morn Actor:
Role: preceded by Aurora Actor:
Role: the Graces Actor:
Role: Groups of Cupids Actor:
Role: Zephyrs Actor:
Role: he is her intended Husband Actor: Peleus approaching, offers her his hand, which she respectfully accepts-the Characters retire, and the Clouds gradually dispersing, discover Mount Olympus-
Role: which she respectfully accepts Actor: the Characters retire, and the Clouds gradually dispersing, discover Mount Olympus-
Role: discover Mount Olympus Actor:
Role: the Temple of Jupiter Actor:
Role: Jupiter Actor:
Role: Juno Actor:
Role: Mars Actor:
Role: Hercules Actor:
Role: Apollo Actor:
Role: Bacchus Actor:
Role: Mercury Actor:
Role: Saturn Actor:
Role: Diana Actor:
Role: Venus Actor:
Role: Ceres Actor:
Role: Victory Actor:
Role: Cybelle Actor:
Role: the Destinies Actor:
Role: Neptune Actor:
Role: and Amphitrite Actor:
Role: arise from the Sea in their Watry Car Pluto Actor:
Role: and Proserpine Actor:
Role: together with Rhadamanthus Actor:
Role: Minos Actor:
Role: and Eacus Actor:
Role: Sylvan Dancers Actor:
Role: Instrumental Performers Actor:
Role: Vocal Performers Actor:
Role: Rural Nymphs Actor:
Role: a Magnificent Column Actor:
Role: Rural Swains Actor:
Role: Virgins bearing Baskets of Flowers Actor:
Role: Nymphs and Swains Actor:
Role: enraged at not being invited to the sacred Festiva Actor: She attempts, in vain, to spread Confusion by throwing an Apple on the stage, inscribed "For the Fairest"-Cupid presents it to the Dieties, who adjudge it to Thetis-Pluto enraged by the menaces of Discord directs her to be bound in Chains, and forced away, after which the Ceremony is concluded
Role: For the Fairest" Actor: Cupid presents it to the Dieties, who adjudge it to Thetis-Pluto enraged by the menaces of Discord directs her to be bound in Chains, and forced away, after which the Ceremony is concluded
Role: who adjudge it to Thetis Actor: Pluto enraged by the menaces of Discord directs her to be bound in Chains, and forced away, after which the Ceremony is concluded
Role: Festoons of Flowers descend Actor: Cupids ascend supporting a Medallion and the Letters G. C.
Role: ] Actor: the Side Scenes draw off and discover Pyramids formed of Variegated Colours, bearing the Order of the Garter, and the Piece is concluded with a
Role: Grand Chorus Actor:
Role: Dance Actor: Ganymede, Proteus, Hebe, Terpsichore
Role: accompanied on the Harp Actor: Weippert.

Song: Part I: concludes with ancient British Airs-; Chorus of Bards-, accompanied on the Harp by Jones

Event Comment: The Duke's Company. This play apparently was not printed. Pepys, Diary: and then with my wife by coach to the Duke's house, and there saw The German Princess acted, by the woman herself; but never was any thing so well done in earnest, worse performed in jest upon the stage; and indeed the whole play, abating the drollery of him that acts her husband, is very simple, unless here and there a witty sprinkle or two

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The German Princess

Performance Comment: Princess-Mary Carleton?.
Cast
Role: Princess Actor: Mary Carleton?.
Event Comment: Ode: In two Parts. Principal Instrumental Performers as 20 Feb., but omitted: Bridgtower, Archer, Mahon, Lavenu, Napier, Simpson. Mr Ashley is exceedingly concerned that he is under the necessity of informing the Public that the Anthem [The Anthem that will be performed at the Chapel Royal, St. James's, on the Nuptials oF his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales and the Princess Caroline of Brunswick, composed by Handel, to conclude with the Hallelujah Chorus from The Messiah (advance playbill of 25 Feb.)] advertised for this Evening is necessarihy postponed until the Royal Marriage shall have taken place

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Alexander's Feast; Grand Selection 0

Afterpiece Title: A Grand Miscellaneous Act

Event Comment: Rich's Company. The date of the first production is not known, but A Comparison between the Two Stages (1702) (pp. 21-23) implies that this work preceded Rinaldo and Armida (performed at lif probably in November 1698). The Island Princess was not published until 1699 (the Masque being advertised in the Post Boy, 7-9 Feb. 1698@9, and the Opera in the Flying Post, 7-9 March 1698@9). A Comparison between the Two Stages (1702), pp. 21-22: Sullen: The old House have a Bawble offer'd 'em, made out of Fletcher's Island Princess, sometime after alter'd by Mr Tate, and now erected into an Opera by Motteux: The Actors labour at this like so many Galley Slaves at an Oar, they call in the Fiddle, the Voice, the Painter, and the Carpenter to help 'em; and what neither the Poet nor the Player cou'd do, the Mechanick must do for him:...but as I was saying-the Opera now possesses the Stage, and after a hard struggle, at length it prevail'd, and something more than Charges came in every Night: The Quality, who are always Lovers of good Musick, flock hither, and by almost a total revolt from the other House, give this new Life, and set it in some eminency above the New; this was a sad mortification to the old Stagers in Lincolns-Inn-fields. For a poem, The Confederates; or the first Happy Day of the Island Princess, see Poem on Affairs of State, 1703, II, 248-50

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Princess Of Cleve

Performance Comment: Edition of 1689: The Prologue-; Prince of Cleve-Williams; Duke Nemours-Betterton; St. Andre-Lee; Vidam of Chartres-Gillo; Poltrot-Nokes; Princess of Cleve-Mrs Barry; Tournon-Mrs Lee [Elinor Leigh]; Marguerite-Lady Slingsby; Elianor-Mrs Betterton; The Epilogue-.
Cast
Role: The Prologue Actor:
Role: Prince of Cleve Actor: Williams
Role: Duke Nemours Actor: Betterton
Role: Andre Actor: Lee
Role: Vidam of Chartres Actor: Gillo
Role: Poltrot Actor: Nokes
Role: Princess of Cleve Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Tournon Actor: Mrs Lee
Role: Marguerite Actor: Lady Slingsby
Role: Elianor Actor: Mrs Betterton
Role: The Epilogue Actor: .

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Island Princess; Or, The Generous Portuguese

Performance Comment: Taylor-Penkethman; Drunken Higler-Norris; Loom-Leigh; Armusia-Powell; Princess-Mrs Baker.
Cast
Role: Taylor Actor: Penkethman
Role: Drunken Higler Actor: Norris
Role: Loom Actor: Leigh
Role: Armusia Actor: Powell
Role: Princess Actor: Mrs Baker.

Dance: Whimsical Dance between a Miller, his Wife, and a Town Miss-; Chest Dance, after the Italian Manner, between Scaramouch, Punchanello, Coachman, and Cookmaid-; French Peasant and his Wife-; Ladder Dance-a famous Master; Scaramouch-LeSac; Dance by a Flemming in Wooden Shoes-; Dance by a Switzer-; Night Scene of Scaramouch, Harlequin, Cooper, Wife, and others-

Event Comment: Rich's Company. Lady Morley attended this performance: Lady Morley and one in the Box att the Island Princess. 10s. See Hotson, Commonwealth and Restoration Stage, p. 377

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Island Princess

Event Comment: Rich's Company. Post Boy, 27-29 April 1699: Her Royal Highness is this day pleased to see the Opera, call'd The Island Princess, Performed at the Theatre Royal by her own Command

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Island Princess

Event Comment: Rich's Company. Lady Marow to Arthur Kay, 12 March 1699@1700: I have been at a play. The Island Princess which is mighty fine (HMC, 15th Report, Appendix, Dartmouth MSS., Part I, 1896, p. 145)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Island Princess

Event Comment: Benefit Mrs Wilks. By Their Majesties' Command. Not Acted [there] these Twenty Years. [Their Majesties and the Princesses present.]

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Island Princess; Or, The Generous Portuguese

Music: With the Original Musick

Dance: Le Badinage Champetre by Lally, Mrs Walter, &c

Event Comment: Egmont, Diary, II, 33: In the evening went to The Island Princess . . . where was shown [in the afterpiece] the tallest man of all that I have seen. He is seven feet ten inches and half in height, a German by birth

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Island Princess

Afterpiece Title: Cupid and Psyche

Cast
Role: Quadrille Actor: Hewson
Role: Gargantua Actor: Mynheer Cajanus
Role: Pistolet Actor: Young Carney
Role: Pierrot Actor: Poitier, the first time of his appearing on this stage
Role: Neptune Actor: Turbutt
Role: Mars Actor: Hewson
Role: Pluto Actor: Jones Jr
Role: Vulcan Actor: Rainton
Role: Juno Actor: Mrs Cooper
Role: Pallas Actor: Mrs Elmy
Role: Diana Actor: Miss Palms
Role: Ceres Actor: Mrs Herle
Role: Jupiter Actor: Nichols
Role: Apollo Actor: Snider
Role: Mercury Actor: Mountier
Role: Bacchus Actor: Waltz
Role: Cupid Actor: Master Kilbourn
Role: Venus Actor: Mrs Mason
Role: Vertumnus Actor: Lally Sr
Role: Pomona Actor: Mrs Walter
Role: Psyche Actor: Miss Young
Role: Ganimede Actor: Miss Norris
Role: Swain Actor: Poitier
Role: Nymph Actor: Mlle Grognet
Role: Pan Actor: Le Brun
Role: Sylvans Actor: S. Lally, Davenport, Topham
Role: Nymphs Actor: Miss Delorme, Mrs Davenport, Mrs Anderson
Role: Satyrs Actor: Warwell, Leigh, Olbeldiston, Hicks, Burnet, Bethun
Role: Pan Actor: Le Brun
Role: Spaniard Actor: Stopelar
Role: Harlequin Actor: Le Brun
Role: Colombine Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Maid Actor: Miss Atherton
Role: Mynheer Bassoon Actor: Waltz
Role: Sig Treblini Actor: Mountier
Role: Mons Quadrille Actor: Giles
Role: Plumb Actor: Topham
Role: Coblers Actor: Hicks, Leigh, Olbeldiston, Burnet
Role: Old Woman Actor: Mullart
Event Comment: A New Opera. [Librettist not known. Music by Handel.] London Daily Post and General Advertiser, 13 May: Last Night was perform'd ... Atalanta ...in which was a new Set of Scenes painted in Honour to this Happy Union, which took up the full length of the Stage: The Fore-part of the Scene represented an Avenue to the Temple of Hymen, adorn'd with Figures of several Heathen Deities. Next was a Triumphal Arch on the Top of which were the Arms of their Royal Highnesses, over which was placed a Princely Coronet. Under the Arch was the Figure of Fame, on a Cloud, sounding the Praises of this Happy Pair. The Names Fredericus and Augusta appear'd above in transparent Characters. Thro' the Arch was seen a Pediment supported by four Columns, on which stood two Cupids embracing, and supporting the Feathers, in a Princely Coronet, the Royal Ensign of the Prince of Wales. At the farther End was a View of Hymen's Temple, and the Wings were adorn'd with the Loves and Graces bearing Hymenael Torches, and putting Fire to Incense in Urns, to be ofter'd up upon this Joyful Union. The Opera concluded with a Grand Chorus, during which several beautiful Illuminations were display'd. . . . There were present their Majesties, the Duke, and the Four Princesses

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Atalanta: In Honour Of The Royal Nuptials Of Their Royal Highnesses The Prince And Princess Of Wales

Cast
Role: : Atalanta Actor: Signora Strada
Role: Meleager Actor: Gioachino Conti, called Egizzielli
Role: Irene Actor: Signora Maria Negri
Role: Amintas Actor: Beard
Role: Nicander Actor: Waltz
Role: Mercury Actor: Reinhold
Event Comment: By Command of his Royal Highness the Duke, and their Highnesses the Princesses Caroline, Mary, and Louisa. Mainpiece: Written by the late Mr Congreve. [The Duke, Princesses Caroline, Mary, and Louisa present.]

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Double Dealer

Cast
Role: Touchwood Actor: Winstone
Role: Froth Actor: Berry
Role: Sir Paul Actor: Griffin
Role: Maskwell Actor: Quin
Role: Mellefont Actor: Milward
Role: Careless Actor: W. Mills
Role: Brisk Actor: Cibber
Role: Lady Pliant Actor: Mrs Cantrell
Role: Lady Froth Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Lady Touchwood Actor: Mrs Butler
Role: Cynthia Actor: Miss Holliday

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Restor'd

Music: As17351018

Dance: II: A new Grand Serious Ballet by Denoyer and others. IV: By Mlle Roland. End Afterpiece: Le Chasseur Royal by Denoyer, Mlle Roland, &c

Event Comment: By Command of Her Royal Highness the Princess Caroline. Receipts: #120 4s. [Princesses Caroline, Mary, and Louisa present.]

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Jane Shore

Cast
Role: Alicia Actor: Mrs Porter

Afterpiece Title: Apollo and Daphne

Cast
Role: Servant Actor: Lalauze, but see17360110
Event Comment: By Command of Her Royal Highness the Princess Caroline. Receipts: #128 14s. [Princesses Caroline, Mary, Louisa, and the Duke present.]

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Funeral

Afterpiece Title: The Royal Chace

Cast
Role: Country Lasses Actor: Mrs Forrester, Miss Horsington, Miss Ambrose
Role: Endymion Actor: Beard
Role: Chasseurs Actor: Vincent, Roberts
Role: Nymphs of Chace Actor: Miss Brunette, Miss Male
Role: Diana Actor: Miss Hillyard
Role: Merlin Actor: Leveridge
Role: Cupid Actor: Glover
Role: Graces Actor: Miss Norman, Miss Sandham, Mlle Delorme
Role: Hour Actor: Mrs Ogden
Role: Zephyrs Actor: Tench, Desse, Livier, Delagarde
Role: Psyche Actor: Miss Rogers
Role: Rural Swain and Nymph Actor: Lally, Mlle D'Hervigni
Role: Jupiter Actor: Lun
Role: Mercury Actor: Stoppelaer
Role: Pluto Actor: Delagarde
Role: Neptune Actor: Dupre
Role: Pan Actor: Richardson
Role: Hercules Actor: Desse
Role: Apollo Actor: Glover
Role: Mars Actor: Tench
Role: Europa Actor: Miss Rogers
Role: Doctor Actor: Nivelon
Role: Doctor's Wife Actor: Mrs Stevens
Role: Doctor's Servant Actor: Lalauze
Role: Country Lads Actor: Dupre, Bencraft, Ferguson
Event Comment: By Command of his Royal Highness the Duke, their Highnesses the Princess Amelia, the Princess Caroline, the Princess Louisa, and the Princess Maria. Mainpiece: Written by Mr Voltaire

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Zaire

Cast
Role: Zaire Actor: Mrs Fompre
Role: Orosmane Actor: Le Sage Sr
Role: Lusignan Actor: Verneuil
Role: Nerestan Actor: Le Sage Jr
Role: Chatillon Actor: Dessessars
Role: Corasmin Actor: Dubuisson
Role: Meledor Actor: De Lisle
Role: Fatime Actor: Mrs Mimi

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Always Harlequin

Dance:

Event Comment: By His Majesty's Command. [The King, Queen, Prince, Princess Royal, Princess Amelia, and Princess Caroline present.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry The Ivth, Part Ii

Afterpiece Title: The What D'ye Call It

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Fatal Marriage; Or, The Innocent Adultery

Event Comment: By Command of their Royal Highnesses the Princess Amelia and Princess Caroline. [King, Duke, and all the Princesses present.]

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Timon Le Misantrope

Cast
Role: Harlequin Actor: Francisque

Afterpiece Title: Arlequin Hulla

Song:

Dance:

Event Comment: Benefit Cibber Jr and Mrs Cibber. At the particular Desire of several Persons of Quality. [Prince of Wales, Princess Amelia, and Princess Caroline present.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Provok'd Husband

Entertainment: To be express'd in the Great Bills

Event Comment: By Command of His Royal Highness. [Prince of Wales, Princess Amelia, and Princess Caroline present.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Man Of Mode; Or, Sir Fopling Flutter

Cast
Role: Sir Fopling Actor: Cibber
Role: Dorimant Actor: Wilks
Role: Medley Actor: Mills
Role: Old Bellair Actor: Harper
Role: Young Bellair Actor: Cibber Jr
Role: Shoemaker Actor: Wetherilt
Role: Loveit Actor: Mrs Heron
Role: Harriet Actor: Mrs Booth
Role: Belinda Actor: Mrs Cibber
Role: Emilia Actor: Mrs Butler
Role: Lady Townly Actor: Mrs Grace
Role: Pert Actor: Mrs Mills.

Afterpiece Title: Patie and Peggy

Event Comment: [T$Their Majesties, Princess Amelia, and Princess Caroline present.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Ormisda

Event Comment: By Command of the Princess Amelia and the Princess Caroline

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Lover

Event Comment: By Command of the Princess Royal and the Princess Caroline

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Eurydice

Event Comment: Benefit Roger, the Pierot, who composed the Entertainment. By Command of their Royal Highnesses, the Princess Royal and Princess Caroline. [Prince also present.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Orphan