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We found 113 matches on Author, 107 matches on Performance Comments, 55 matches on Event Comments, 10 matches on Performance Title, and 0 matches on Roles/Actors.
Event Comment: The King's Company. The date of the premiere is not certain, but the Dedication speaks of its being acted two days and an order, L. C. 5@144, p. 29 (Nicoll, Restoration Drama, p.1 on), dated 14 Dec. 1680, banning it suggest that it was performed on 11 and 13 Dec. 1680. It is possible, however, that Tate's statements may refer to performances on 18 and 19 Jan. 1680@1. Dedication, Edition of 1681: For the two Days in which it was Acted, the Change of the Scene, Names of Persons, &c. was a great Disadvantage: many things were by this means render'd obscure and incoherent that in their native Dress had appear'd not only proper but gracefull. I call'd my Persons Sicilians but might as well have made 'em Inhabitants of the Isle of Pines. Henry Purcell composed the music for a song, "Retir'd from any mortal's sight." See Purcell, Works, The Purcell Society, XX (1916), ix-x

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Sicilian Usurper

Performance Comment: [The History of King Richard the Second, by Nahum Tate.] Edition of 1681: The History of King Richard the Second Acted at the Theatre Royal under the Name of the Sicilian Usurper. Prologue-; Epilogue-Mrs Cook.
Cast
Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Cook.
Related Works
Related Work: The Sicilian Usurper Author(s): Nahum Tate
Event Comment: Benefit for Wilkinson. Mainpiece: Not acted these 3 years. [Afterpiece: Prologue by Samuel Foote. For an account of Tea see Tate Wilkinson, The Wandering Patentee, 1795, 1, 282-90.] Receipts: #221 0s. 6d. (217.5.6; tickets: 3.15.0) (charge: #70)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: She Wou'd And She Wou'd Not

Performance Comment: Don Manuel-Wilkinson; Don Philip-Wroughton; Don Octavio-Whitfield; Trappanti (1st time)-Lee Lewes; Flora-Mrs Lessingham; Rosara-Miss Leeson; Viletta-Mrs Pitt; Hyppolita-Mrs Bulkley (1st appearance in that character).
Cast
Role: Don Manuel Actor: Wilkinson
Role: Don Philip Actor: Wroughton
Role: Don Octavio Actor: Whitfield
Role: Trappanti Actor: Lee Lewes
Role: Flora Actor: Mrs Lessingham
Role: Rosara Actor: Miss Leeson
Role: Viletta Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Hyppolita Actor: Mrs Bulkley

Afterpiece Title: The Author

Performance Comment: Cadwallader-Wilkinson; Young Cape-Whitfield; Vamp-Wilson; Governor Cape-Fearon; Sprightly-Robson; Arabella-Miss Ambrose; Mrs Cadwallader-Mrs Green; With the Original Prologue-.
Cast
Role: Cadwallader Actor: Wilkinson
Role: Young Cape Actor: Whitfield
Role: Vamp Actor: Wilson
Role: Governor Cape Actor: Fearon
Role: Sprightly Actor: Robson
Role: Arabella Actor: Miss Ambrose
Role: Mrs Cadwallader Actor: Mrs Green
Role: With the Original Prologue Actor: .

Afterpiece Title: Tea; or, Tragedy a-la-Mode

Performance Comment: Golcondus-Wilkinson; The King-; Lindamira-to the best Advantage.
Cast
Role: Golcondus Actor: Wilkinson
Role: The King Actor:
Role: Lindamira Actor: to the best Advantage.

Dance: As17780129

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Concert

Entertainment: Divine Musick in Praise of Religion and Vertue-; both Vocal and instrumental, with new Anthems compos'd by Mr Blow; an Oration by Mr Collier; Pieces by Mr Tate, her Majesty's Poet Laureat. The edition of 1702 lists: The Introductory Poem Upon the Reformation of Poetry-Mr Tate Poet-Laureat to her Majesty; The First Anthem-, Compos'd by Dr Blow, and Sung in Westminster-Abbey, at Her Majesty's Coronation; The Oration-J. Collier/M.A.; The Second Anthem, Compos'd by Dr Blow: Te Deum Laudamus-; A Poem in Praise of Virtue- , Written by Mr Tate

Performance Comment: The edition of 1702 lists: The Introductory Poem Upon the Reformation of Poetry-Mr Tate Poet-Laureat to her Majesty; The First Anthem-, Compos'd by Dr Blow, and Sung in Westminster-Abbey, at Her Majesty's Coronation; The Oration-J. Collier/M.A.; The Second Anthem, Compos'd by Dr Blow: Te Deum Laudamus-; A Poem in Praise of Virtue- , Written by Mr Tate.
Event Comment: Benefit for Miss Wilkinson. Mainpiece: Not acted these 4 years [acted 21 Apr. 1784]. With a Grand Procession of the Knights of Chivalryv. Public Advertiser, 7 May: Tickets to be had of Miss Wilkinson, No. 15, Martlet-court, Bow-street, Covent Garden. Receipts: #126 18s. (121.14; 5.4; tickets: none listed)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Cymon

Performance Comment: Cymon-Johnstone; Merlin-Cubitt; Dorus-Quick; Daemon of Revenge-Darley; Linco-Edwin; Urganda-Mrs Martyr; Fatima-Mrs Wells (1st appearance in that character); Dorcas-Mrs Pitt; Shepherdesses-Miss Stuart, Miss Rowson; Sylvia-Miss Wilkinson.
Cast
Role: Cymon Actor: Johnstone
Role: Merlin Actor: Cubitt
Role: Dorus Actor: Quick
Role: Daemon of Revenge Actor: Darley
Role: Linco Actor: Edwin
Role: Urganda Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Fatima Actor: Mrs Wells
Role: Dorcas Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Shepherdesses Actor: Miss Stuart, Miss Rowson
Role: Sylvia Actor: Miss Wilkinson.

Afterpiece Title: Love and War

Cast
Role: Principal Characters Actor: Edwin, Quick, Johnstone, Davies, Fearon, Darley, Cubitt, Mrs Kennedy, Miss Wilkinson, Mrs Brown, Mrs Martyr.
Role: Gregory Actor: Edwin
Role: General Howitzer Actor: Quick
Role: Captain Farquar Actor: Johnstone
Role: Sulphur Actor: Davies
Role: Commissary Actor: Fearon
Role: Rifle Actor: Darley
Role: Corporal Actor: Cubitt
Role: Saib Actor: Mrs Kennedy
Role: Maria Actor: Miss Wilkinson
Role: Susan Actor: Mrs Brown
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Martyr.

Dance: As17870425

Song: In afterpiece: Still the Lark finds Repose-Miss Wilkinson; End I: Tally@ho-Miss Wilkinson

Event Comment: Benefit for Wilkinson. Receipts: #113 10s. 6d. plus #64 13s. from Tickets (Box 163; Pit 118; Gallery 62) (Account Book). Charges: #63 (Account Book)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Minor

Performance Comment: As17601124, but characters assigned as follows: Shift, Mrs Cole, Smirk-Foote; Epilogue, Prologue to the Author-Wilkinson; The Minor-Dyer; Richard Wealthy-Sparks; Sir William-Dunstall; Transfer-Bennet; Loader-Davis; Richard-Collins; Lucy-Mrs Burden.
Cast
Role: Smirk Actor: Foote
Role: Prologue to the Author Actor: Wilkinson
Role: The Minor Actor: Dyer
Role: Richard Wealthy Actor: Sparks
Role: Sir William Actor: Dunstall
Role: Transfer Actor: Bennet
Role: Loader Actor: Davis
Role: Richard Actor: Collins
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Burden.
Role: Principal Characters Actor: Wilkinson

Afterpiece Title: A Duke and no Duke

Cast
Role: Duke Actor: Perry
Role: Trappolin Actor: Shuter.
Related Works
Related Work: A Duke and no Duke Author(s): Nahum Tate

Entertainment: By Desire, Lady Pentweazle's Scene from the Comedy Taste, Lady Pentweazle-Wilkinson; Carmine-Davis

Dance: LLes Charboniers-Sg Maranesi, Mlle Capdeville

Event Comment: The King's Company. After the banning of The Sicilian Usurper, it was brought on again under a new title and survived two days before it also was banned. Tate's statement concerning its reception--see 11 Dec. 1680--may refer to these two performances rather than to the sequence in December. Newdigate newsletters (Folger Shakespeare Library), 20 Jan. 1680@1: K. Richd ye 2.d a play, being forbid acting att ye Ks house the Poet put the name Tyrant of Sicily upon it by wch means it was acted twice this weeke, but the Cheate being found out it was forbid acting againe (Wilson, Theatre Notes from the Newdigate Newsletters, p. 80)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Tyrant Of Sicily

Related Works
Related Work: The Tyrant of Sicily Author(s): Nahum Tate
Event Comment: Mainpiece: Not Acted these Six Years. At the Desire of several Persons of Quality. Written by the late N. Tate, Esq; Poet Laureat, Author of the Tragedy of King Lear. With Scenes, Habits, Machines, and other proper Decorations

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Duke And No Duke

Related Works
Related Work: A Duke and no Duke Author(s): Nahum Tate

Afterpiece Title: Phebe

Dance:

Event Comment: [Extra night] Benefit for the Widow and three youngest Children of the late Dr Glover. [Dr William Frederick Glover, a surgeon, had died on 25 Feb. in straitened circumstances. A subscription--in behalf of which this Benefit was organized--had been set on foot for the relief of his family (see Gentleman's Magazine, Mar. 1787, p. 276). In the 1760's he was for some years an actor on the Dublin stage (see Tate Wilkinson, Memoirs, III, 198).] Tickets to be had at the Thatched-House Tavern, St. James's Street; at Free-Mason's Tavern, Great Queen Street; the Antigallican Coffee House, Royal Exchange; the Globe Tavern, Fleet Street; at Messrs Robinsons, booksellers, Paternoster Row; and of the Printer of the Morning Chronicle, Dorset Street, Salisbury Square. Received from Their Majesties for Box [for season] #70; from the Princess Royal for Box #35. Receipts: #127 11s. (125.5; 2.6; tickets: none listed)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Midnight Hour

Cast
Role: Serina Actor: Miss Collins
Role: Castalio Actor: Pope
Role: Acasto Actor: Aickin
Role: Polydore Actor: Farren
Role: Chaplin Actor: Fearon
Role: Ernesto Actor: Thompson
Role: Chamont Actor: Holman
Role: Florella Actor: Miss Stuart
Role: Monimia Actor: Miss Brunton.

Afterpiece Title: Nina

Cast
Role: Germueil Actor: Johnstone
Role: Nina Actor: Mrs Billington
Role: Principal Characters Actor: Brown, Hull, Thompson, Darley, Miss Wilkinson, Mrs Martyr. Cast adjusted from score
Role: Count Actor: Hull
Role: Villager Actor: Thompson
Role: George Actor: Darley
Role: Eliza Actor: Miss Wilkinson
Role: 870327but Oldcastle Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Mr Carmine Actor: Davies
Role: Lady Pentweazle Actor: Mr Ryder.
Role: Drunken Colonel Actor: Ryder
Role: Valentine Actor: Macready
Role: Oldcastle Actor: Booth
Role: Slap Actor: Swords
Role: Goodall Actor: Fearon
Role: Mrs Highman Actor: Mrs Webb
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Stuart
Role: Lettice Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Japan Actor: Ryder
Role: Congo Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Nankeen Actor: Fearon
Role: Captain Manly Actor: Macready
Role: Colonel Fury Actor: Quick
Role: Governess Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Sophia Actor: Mrs Wells

Afterpiece Title: Love a-la-Mode

Event Comment: [See Tate Wilkinson, The Wandering Patentee, who reprints the first version of Tea, call'd Diversions of the Morning.] Tea much Hiss'd (Cross). Receipts: #200 (Cross)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Oroonoko

Cast
Role: Daniel Actor: Vaughan
Role: Jack Stanmore Actor: Mozeen
Role: Hotman Actor: Clough.
Role: Oroonoko Actor: Ross, 1st time
Role: Governor Actor: Burton
Role: Blandford Actor: Palmer
Role: Stanmore Actor: Bransby
Role: Driver Actor: Taswell
Role: Aboan Actor: Berry
Role: Widow Lackit Actor: Mrs James
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Minors
Role: Imoinda Actor: Miss Haughton
Role: Charlot Welldon Actor: Mrs Cowper.a1753 10 10 dl Harlequin Ranger. As17531009c1753 10 10 dl Receipts: #120
Role: Plume Actor: Palmer
Role: Sylvia Actor: Mrs Cowper
Role: her 1st appearance there she went to Ireland Actor:
Role: Justice Balance Actor: Burton
Role: Worthy Actor: Havard
Role: Kite Actor: Berry
Role: Bullock Actor: Taswell
Role: Welch Collier Actor: Blakes
Role: Brazen Actor: Woodward
Role: Recruits Actor: Vaughan, W. Vaughan
Role: Melinda Actor: Mrs Mills
Role: Rose Actor: Miss Minors

Afterpiece Title: Mr Foote Gives Tea

Dance: NNew Dutch Dance, as17531117

Event Comment: Mainpiece: Written by Shakespear. Miss Pritchard did Juliet for the First time of her Acting & Met with uncommon Applause, tho' so frightened the first Act, we Scarce cou'd hear her (Cross). Miss Pritchard's was a most remarkable first appearance--the Particularity of the public for her mother--Garrick's patronage and tuition, her own beautiful face, which was fascinating to a degree, had all great attraction. Mrs Pritchard, as Lady Capulet, leading in her daughter as Juliet, the distress of the young lady, the good wishes and tenderness of the town, all combined made an affecting scene--but that partiality dwindled away in the early part of the season (Genest, IV, 474, from Tate Wilkinson). Receipts: #226 (Cross)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Romeo And Juliet

Cast
Role: Romeo Actor: Garrick
Role: Juliet Actor: Miss Pritchard, 1st appearance on any stage
Role: Lady Capulet Actor: Mrs Pritchard
Role: Escalus Actor: Bransby
Role: Capulet Actor: Berry
Role: Paris Actor: Jefferson
Role: Benvolio Actor: Usher
Role: Montague Actor: Burton
Role: Tibalt Actor: Blakes
Role: Friar Lawrence Actor: Havard
Role: Mercutio Actor: Woodward
Role: Nurse Actor: Mrs Macklin
Role: With the Additional Scene Representing the Funeral Actor:
Role: The Vocal Parts Actor: Beard, Champnes
Role: Masquerade Dance Actor: .

Afterpiece Title: The Anatomist

Cast
Role: Le Medicin Actor: Blakes
Role: Crispin Actor: Yates
Role: Beatrice Actor: Mrs Bennet.
Event Comment: By Permission of the Lord Chamberlain. Benefit for Wilkinson. Mainpiece [T 3, by John Penn, 1st acted at Richmond, Feb. 1796. Prologue by the author (see text)]: A New Historical Play in 3 Acts (with songs [by John Wall Callcott]). Morning Herald, 11 Apr.: This Day is published The Battle of Eddington, as acted at the Haymarket and at Richmond (1s. 6d.). Tickets to be had of Wilkinson, No. 14, Mary-le-bone-street, Golden-square. The Doors to be opened at 5:30. To begin at 6:30

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Battle Of Eddington; Or, British Liberty

Performance Comment: Partial cast from Morning Herald, 30 Mar.: Alfred-Clifford; Ceoluph-Wilkinson; Queen-Mrs Sidney; [Text (Elmsley [et al], 1796) lists the parts: Alfred King of England; Mervin, his dependent, Prince of South Wales; Ethelred, General of the English; Ceoluph, English Nobleman; Danish Captain of Auxiliaries; Ceoluph's Vassal; Edmund, Son and Heir of Alfred then very young; Elsitha, Queen of England; Editha, an Old Woman inhabiting the Cottage. Prologue-Wilkinson.
Cast
Role: Alfred Actor: Clifford
Role: Ceoluph Actor: Wilkinson
Role: Queen Actor: Mrs Sidney
Role: Prologue Actor: Wilkinson.

Afterpiece Title: Who's the Dupe

Entertainment: Monologue.End: Collins's Ode on the Passions-Wilkinson

Performance Comment: End: Collins's Ode on the Passions-Wilkinson.
Event Comment: By Authority of the Lord Chamberlain. Mainpiece: 2nd Time [see 28 Mar. 1796. Prologue by the author (see text)]. The Music composed by Callcott. The Doors to be opened at 5:30. To begin at 6:30. Boxes 5s. Pit 3s. Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery 1s. Tickets to be had of Wilkinson, No. 16, Lisle-street, Leicester-square. Books of the Tragedy to be had at the Theatre

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Battle Of Eddington; Or, British Liberty

Performance Comment: Principal Characters-Egerton, Meredith, Morton, Master Sincock, Holmes, Evans, Brent, Wilkinson, Mrs Sincock, Mrs Sidney; [Partial cast adjusted from Morning Herald, 30 Mar. 1796: Alfred-Egerton; Ceoluph-Wilkinson; Elsitha-Mrs Sidney. Text (Emsley [et al], 1796) lists other parts: Mervin (Alfred's dependent, Prince of South Wales), Ethelred (General of the English), Danish Captain of Auxiliaries, Ceoluph's vassal, Edmund (Son and Heir of Alfred, then very young), Editha (An Old Woman inhabiting the Cottage).] Prologue-Wilkinson.

Afterpiece Title: Ways and Means

Cast
Role: Sir David Dunder Actor: Baker
Role: Young Random Actor: Egerton
Role: Scruple Actor: Holmes
Role: Old Random Actor: Brent
Role: Carney Actor: Wilson
Role: Paul Peery Actor: Jones
Role: Tiptoe Actor: Meredith
Role: Lady Dunder Actor: Mrs Sincock
Role: Harriet Actor: Mrs Brent
Role: Kitty Actor: A Young Lady

Song: Mainpiece: Vocal Parts-Denman, Walker, Willoughby, Master Willoughby, Master Woodham, Mrs Laver, A Young Lady [probably Miss Jones (see17970510)]

Entertainment: Monologue.End: The Picture of a Playhouse ; or, Bucks have at ye all-Meredith

Event Comment: Benefit for Wilkinson. At the Request of several Persons of Quality. Tickets delivered by Fox, Royall, and for The Distress'd Mother will be taken

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Tamerlane

Cast
Role: Arpasia Actor: a Lady, 1st appearance on any stage
Role: Tamerlane Actor: Havard
Role: Moneses Actor: Holland
Role: Axalla Actor: Austin
Role: Prince of Tanais Actor: Packer
Role: Dervise Actor: Bransby
Role: Omar Actor: Burton
Role: Heli Actor: Scrase
Role: Bajazet Actor: Wilkinson1st time
Role: Selima Actor: Mrs Davies
Role: In Act IV the Original Song O Gentle Sleep Actor: Miss Young.

Afterpiece Title: The Double Disappointment

Performance Comment: As17600429 *uņdl SSpecialty. Foote's Prologue to The Author, spoken in the manner of the Original-Wilkinson; and, By Particular Desire, the Scene between Lady Pentweazel and Mr Carmine , from the Comedy of Taste-; Lady Pentweazle-Wilkinson; Carmine-Packer.
Event Comment: By Permission of the Lord Chamberlain. Benefit for Wilkinson. [For Miss Thompson see DNB, under Mary Anne Clarke.] Tickets to be had of Wilkinson, No. 33, Warwick-street, Golden-square. The Doors to be opened at 5:30. To begin at 6:30

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Merchant Of Venice

Performance Comment: Bassanio-Baker; Anthonio-A Gentleman [unidentified]; Gratiano-[Lee] Lewes; Launcelot-Gull; Lorenzo (with songs)-Tanner; Shylock-Wilkinson; Nerissa-Miss Chatterley; Portia-A Young Lady [probably Miss Thompson].probably Miss Thompson].
Cast
Role: Bassanio Actor: Baker
Role: Anthonio Actor: A Gentleman
Role: Gratiano Actor:
Role: Launcelot Actor: Gull
Role: Lorenzo Actor: Tanner
Role: Shylock Actor: Wilkinson
Role: Nerissa Actor: Miss Chatterley
Role: Portia Actor: A Young Lady

Afterpiece Title: The Busy Body

Performance Comment: Marplot-Wilkinson; Sir F. Gripe-Gull; Isabinda-Mrs Churton; Miranda-The Young Lady.
Cast
Role: Marplot Actor: Wilkinson
Role: Gripe Actor: Gull
Role: Isabinda Actor: Mrs Churton
Role: Miranda Actor: The Young Lady.

Song: End: a favourite song-Tanner

Entertainment: Monologue. End III: a Comic Sketch of the Times-Ryder

Event Comment: By Permission of the Most Noble the Marquis of Salisbury [the Lord Chamberlain]. Benefit for Wilkinson. 1st piece: Compress'd into 4 acts. The Doors to be opened at 5:30. To begin at 6:30 precisely. Tickets to be had of Wilkinson, No. 16, Lisle Street, Leicester Square

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Jew

Performance Comment: Sheva-Meredith; Charles Ratcliffe-Egerton; Jabal-Wilson; Sir Stephen Bertram-Harley; Saunders-Richards; Frederick Bertram-Wilkinson; Mrs Ratcliff-Mrs Williams; Dorcas-Miss Thompson; Eliza Ratcliff-Miss Herbert.
Cast
Role: Sheva Actor: Meredith
Role: Charles Ratcliffe Actor: Egerton
Role: Jabal Actor: Wilson
Role: Sir Stephen Bertram Actor: Harley
Role: Saunders Actor: Richards
Role: Frederick Bertram Actor: Wilkinson
Role: Mrs Ratcliff Actor: Mrs Williams
Role: Dorcas Actor: Miss Thompson
Role: Eliza Ratcliff Actor: Miss Herbert.

Afterpiece Title: A Naval Interlude

Performance Comment: Tom Grog-Egerton; Sam Stern-Meredith; Ben Bobstay-Betts; Harry Halliard-Harley; George Streamer-Miss Wilkinson.
Cast
Role: Tom Grog Actor: Egerton
Role: Sam Stern Actor: Meredith
Role: Ben Bobstay Actor: Betts
Role: Harry Halliard Actor: Harley
Role: George Streamer Actor: Miss Wilkinson.

Afterpiece Title: The Mayor of Garratt

Performance Comment: Jerry Sneak (with an old new song)-Cussans; Sir Jacob Jollup-Meredith; Bruin-Wilkinson; Roger-Harley; Major Sturgeon-Egerton; Mrs Sneak-Mrs Egerton.
Cast
Role: Jerry Sneak Actor: Cussans
Role: Sir Jacob Jollup Actor: Meredith
Role: Bruin Actor: Wilkinson
Role: Roger Actor: Harley
Role: Major Sturgeon Actor: Egerton
Role: Mrs Sneak Actor: Mrs Egerton.

Afterpiece Title: The Ghost

Performance Comment: Farmer Harrow-Egerton; Trusty-Meredith; Sir Jeffery Constant-Harley; Captain Constant-Richards; Clinch-Wilkinson; Dolly-Mrs Egerton.
Cast
Role: Farmer Harrow Actor: Egerton
Role: Trusty Actor: Meredith
Role: Sir Jeffery Constant Actor: Harley
Role: Captain Constant Actor: Richards
Role: Clinch Actor: Wilkinson
Role: Dolly Actor: Mrs Egerton.

Song: 2nd piece: With Songs-

Event Comment: Benefit for Wilkinson. Receipts: #130 [Cross); charges #63 (Winston MS 8)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Othello

Performance Comment: Othello-Wilkinson; Duke-Bransby; Brabantio-Burton; Roderigo-Yates; Cassio-Palmer; Lodovico-Blakes; Iago-Havard; Emilia-Mrs Bennet; Desdemona-Mrs Davies, 1st time.
Cast
Role: Othello Actor: Wilkinson
Role: Duke Actor: Bransby
Role: Brabantio Actor: Burton
Role: Roderigo Actor: Yates
Role: Cassio Actor: Palmer
Role: Lodovico Actor: Blakes
Role: Iago Actor: Havard
Role: Emilia Actor: Mrs Bennet
Role: Desdemona Actor: Mrs Davies, 1st time.

Afterpiece Title: The Diversions of the Morning

Performance Comment: See17581218, but for the only time, by desire of several persons of Quality, Mr Foote's Characters of Lady Pentweazle, and Mrs Puzzle, the Instructor, with Additions by Mr Wilkinson, (in the manner of the Original) in which he will introduce a Mock Italian Burletta-; Carmine-Mrs Packer; Ald Pentweazle-Philips; Caleb-Ackman; Manly-Burton; Crambo-Perry; Freelove-Holland.
Cast
Role: in which he will introduce a Mock Italian Burletta Actor:
Role: Carmine Actor: Mrs Packer
Role: Ald Pentweazle Actor: Philips
Role: Caleb Actor: Ackman
Role: Manly Actor: Burton
Role: Crambo Actor: Perry
Role: Freelove Actor: Holland.

Dance: NNew Grand Dance, as17590509

Event Comment: Benefit for Wilkinson

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Rehearsal

Performance Comment: Prince Volscius-Davies; Gentleman Usher-Weston; Tom Thimble-Quin; Thunder-Johnson; Smith-Lewis; Prettyman-Death; The Sun-Blakey; Amaryllis-Mrs Osborne; Chloris-Miss Platt; two Kings of Brentford-Hayes, Jackson; Parthenope, Moon-Mrs Daly; Bayes-Wilkinson (with a variety of imitations); Johnson-Kennedy; with an additional Reinforcement of Mr Bayes's new rais'd Troops-.
Cast
Role: Prince Volscius Actor: Davies
Role: Gentleman Usher Actor: Weston
Role: Tom Thimble Actor: Quin
Role: Thunder Actor: Johnson
Role: Smith Actor: Lewis
Role: Prettyman Actor: Death
Role: The Sun Actor: Blakey
Role: Amaryllis Actor: Mrs Osborne
Role: Chloris Actor: Miss Platt
Role: two Kings of Brentford Actor: Hayes, Jackson
Role: Moon Actor: Mrs Daly
Role: Bayes Actor: Wilkinson
Role: Johnson Actor: Kennedy
Role: with an additional Reinforcement of Mr Bayes Actor: .

Afterpiece Title: The Mayor of Garratt

Cast
Role: to conclude with a Dance Actor: the characters of the piece.
Role: Principal parts Actor: _Kennedy.
Role: Matthew Mug Actor: Foote
Role: Jerry Sneak Actor: Weston
Role: Sir Jacob Jollop Actor: Hayes
Role: Primer Actor: Wilkinson
Role: Heeltap Actor: Johnson
Role: Bruin Actor: Davis
Role: Mrs Sneak Actor: Mrs Daily
Role: Mrs Bruin Actor: Mrs Osborne

Dance: II: A Serious Dance-Miss Street (scholar to Ghendi); V: The Venetian Gardeners-Master Rogier, Miss Street

Event Comment: Benefit Wilkinson, by Particular Desire

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Rehearsal

Performance Comment: Bayes-Wilkinson, in which he will introduce a variety of Imitations; Johnson-Palmer; Physician-Castle; Smith-Lewis; Drawcansir-Brown; Prince Volscius-Davis; Prince Prettyman-Death; Lt General-Wild; Tom Thimble-Parsons; 1st King of Brentford-Taylor; Gentleman Usher-Weston; Pallas-Pierce; 2nd King of Brentford-Moor; Fisherman-Granger; Clovis-Mrs Parsons; Parthenope-Mrs Granger; Amaryllis-Mrs Brown; Lightning-Mrs Jeffreys; with the additional reinforcement of Mr Bayes's New Raised Troops-; and several new entertainments of Dancing-.

Afterpiece Title: The Mayor of Garratt

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Merchant Of Venice

Cast
Role: Portia Actor: Mrs Hamilton.
Role: Shylock Actor: Macklin
Role: Antonio Actor: Sparks
Role: Bassanio Actor: Clarke
Role: Duke Actor: Anderson
Role: Gratiano Actor: Dyer
Role: Lorenzo Actor: Mattocks
Role: Solarino Actor: Davis
Role: Salanio Actor: Gibson
Role: Gobbo Actor: Collins
Role: Tubal Actor: Stoppelaer
Role: Launcelot Actor: Shuter
Role: Jessica Actor: Mrs Burden
Role: Nerissa Actor: Mrs Vincent

Afterpiece Title: The Lying Valet

Cast
Role: only Sharp Actor: Shuter.

Dance: IV: Last New Comic Dance-Maranesi, Mlle Capdeville

Entertainment: End: Tea a@la Mode-Wilkinson; into which will be introduc'd a Male Mock Italian Burletta Song-Wilkinson; and by Desire The Epilogue to the Minor-Wilkinson , being his last time of performing this season (playbill)

Entertainment: End Afterpiece: The Cries of London-Shuter

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Concert

Music: The First Anthem, Compos'd by Dr William Turner-; The Second Anthem Compos'd by Dr John Blow-; The Third Anthem, Compos'd by Dr William Turner-

Entertainment: The Introductory Poem Upon Musick, Written by Mr Tate, Poet-Laureat to her Majesty-; The Oration-; The Second Poem, Written by Mr Tate-

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Contrivances

Entertainment: Isabella Wilkinson, Sga Caterina, Franklin

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Busy Body

Cast
Role: Marplot Actor: Cibber
Role: Airy Actor: Davis
Role: Miranda Actor: Mrs Harvey, 1st time in that character.

Afterpiece Title: Pigmalion; or, The Statue Metamorphosed

Cast
Role: Pigmalion Actor: Froment
Role: Statue Actor: Mlle Dulisse.

Afterpiece Title: , B, By Desire, The Battle of Rosbach, the whole to conclude with Bryan's song in honour of that day sung by Kear

Dance: I: Rural Dance-Master Settree, Miss Twist; III: Scots Dance-Froment, Miss Wilkinson

Song: III: Scots Song-Lauder; IV: young Italian Gentlewoman, 1st appearance on any stage

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Wife's Relief; Or, The Husband's Cure

Cast
Role: Young Cash Actor: Shuter
Role: Riot Actor: Smith
Role: Volatil Actor: Dyer
Role: Horatio Actor: Davis
Role: Valentine Actor: Perry
Role: Sir Tristram Cash Actor: Bennet
Role: Spitfire Actor: Blakey
Role: Slur Actor: Anderson
Role: Cynthia Actor: Mrs Elmy
Role: Aurelia Actor: Mrs Lee
Role: Arabella Actor: Mrs Hamilton.

Afterpiece Title: The Cheats of Scapin

Cast
Role: Scapin Actor: Shuter.

Dance: II: (By Desire) Hornpipe-Poitier Jr

Entertainment: End: A Comic Lecture; or, Tea a-la-Mode, in the manner of Foote-Wilkinson; The Cries of London-Shuter; End Afterpiece: the Origin, Nature, and Progress of the Order of British Bucks-Mr Shuter; with the whimsical behaviour of Choice Spirits, and Mons Thurot's Trip to Carrickfergus-

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Miser

Cast
Role: Miser Actor: Yates
Role: Frederick Actor: Havard
Role: Ramilie Actor: Vernon
Role: Clerimont Actor: Packer
Role: James Actor: Vaughan
Role: List Actor: Marr
Role: Decoy Actor: Watkins
Role: Furnish Actor: Raftor
Role: Sparkle Actor: Parsons
Role: Mariana Actor: Miss Bride
Role: Harriet Actor: Mrs Davies
Role: Mrs Wisely Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Wheedle Actor: Miss Mills
Role: Lappet Actor: Mrs Love, 1st appearance in that character.

Afterpiece Title: The Mock Doctor

Cast
Role: Doctor Actor: Love
Role: Sir Jasper Actor: Philips
Role: Leander Actor: Castle
Role: Helebor Actor: Marr
Role: James Actor: Parsons
Role: Harry Actor: Watkins
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Simson.

Dance: II: Double Hornpipe, as17630504; End: The Shoemakers-Grimaldi, Lochery, Miss Wilkinson

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Romeo And Juliet

Cast
Role: Peter Actor: Stevens.
Role: Romeo Actor: Holman
Role: Capulet Actor: Fearon
Role: Benvolio Actor: Davies
Role: Friar Lawrence Actor: Hull
Role: Paris Actor: Macready
Role: Tibalt Actor: Cubitt
Role: Prince Actor: Gardner
Role: Montague Actor: Thompson
Role: Apothecary Actor: Swords
Role: Mercutio Actor: Lewis
Role: Lady Capulet Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Nurse Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Juliet Actor: Miss Brunton.

Afterpiece Title: Barataria

Cast
Role: Gardener Actor: Swords
Role: Taylor Actor: Kennedy.
Role: Sancho Panco Actor: Quick
Role: Duke Actor: Cubitt
Role: Manuel Actor: Davies
Role: Pedro Actor: Thompson
Role: Recorder Actor: Booth
Role: Don Quixotte Actor: Gardner
Role: Lady Tereza Panca Actor: Mrs Webb
Role: Spanish Lady Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Duchess Actor: Miss Stuart
Role: Mary the Buxom Actor: Mrs Brown.

Dance: As17861023

Song: Juliet's Funeral Procession-; Solemn Dirge-; Vocal Parts, as17861023, but King, +Rock, Miss +Wilkinson