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Event Comment: Afterpiece: In one Act. [For Miss Leak's 1st appearance as Sally see HAY 24 Feb.] Powell: Thomas & Sally rehearsed at 1 0; The Inconstant at 11; The Jew at 12.30 (for Suett and Miss Tidswell). Receipts: #540 (462/7/6; 76/7/0; 1/5/6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Macbeth

Cast
Role: , King of Scotland Actor: Bensley
Role: Malcolm Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Donalbain Actor: Master De Camp
Role: Macbeth Actor: Kemble
Role: Banquo Actor: Wroughton
Role: Macduff Actor: Palmer
Role: Lenox Actor: Whitfield
Role: Rosse Actor: Barrymore
Role: Fleance Actor: Master Gregson
Role: Siward Actor: Aickin
Role: Seyton Actor: Benson
Role: Physician Actor: Packer
Role: Officer Actor: Banks
Role: Serjeant Actor: Caulfield
Role: Murderers Actor: Phillimore, Webb
Role: Armed Head Actor: Jones
Role: Bloody Child Actor: Master Harlowe
Role: Crowned Child Actor: Master Chatterley
Role: Hecate Actor: Bannister
Role: Witches Actor: Moody, Dodd, SuettLady Macbeth-Mrs Siddons
Role: SuettLady Macbeth Actor: Mrs Siddons
Role: Gentlewoman Actor: Miss Tidswell. Apparitions of Eight Kings

Afterpiece Title: THOMAS AND SALLY

Performance Comment: The Squire-Dignum; Thomas-Sedgwick// Sally-Miss Leak (1st appearance in that character on this stage); Dorcas-Mrs Hopkins .
Cast
Role: The Squire Actor: Dignum
Role: Thomas Actor: Sedgwick Sally-Miss Leak
Role: Sedgwick Sally Actor: Miss Leak
Role: Dorcas Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Related Works
Related Work: Thomas and Sally; or, The Sailor's Return Author(s): Thomas Arne

Song: As17940421, but omitted: Miss Granger, Miss Chatterley, Miss Redhead, Miss Gawdry, Mrs Bramwell, Mrs Butler, Biggs, Trueman, Evans, Lyons, Maddocks, Welsh, Danby

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Thomas And Sally

Performance Comment: Thomas-Bannister; Squire-Johnstone; Dorcas-Mrs Martyr; Sally-Mrs Mountain.
Cast
Role: Thomas Actor: Bannister
Role: Squire Actor: Johnstone
Role: Dorcas Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Sally Actor: Mrs Mountain.
Related Works
Related Work: Thomas and Sally; or, The Sailor's Return Author(s): Thomas Arne

Afterpiece Title: Wild Oats

Cast
Role: Jenny Actor: Miss Broadhurst
Role: Sandy Actor: Johnstone.
Role: Grub Actor: Wilson
Role: Chapeau Actor: Bernard
Role: George Bevil Actor: Macready
Role: Consol Actor: Thompson
Role: Robin Actor: Farley
Role: Bevil Actor: Evatt
Role: Bevil Actor: Cubitt
Role: Emily Actor: Mrs Lewis
Role: Mrs Grub Actor: Mrs Webb.
Role: Principal Characters Actor: Byrne, Boyce, Cubitt, Farley, Follett, Cranfield, Cross, Milburne, Thompson, Rock, Rayner, Evatt, Ledger, Lee, Letteney, Ratchford, Blurton, Platt, King, Jackson, Mrs Goodwin, Mrs Ratchford, Miss Rowson, Mrs Lloyd, Miss Francis.
Role: Vapid Actor: Lewis
Role: Lord Scratch Actor: Quick
Role: Ennui Actor: Bernard
Role: Floriville Actor: Blanchard
Role: Peter Actor: Thompson
Role: Willoughby Actor: Macready
Role: Neville Actor: Holman
Role: Marianne Actor: Mrs Wells
Role: Lady Waitfor't Actor: Mrs Webb
Role: Letitia Actor: Mrs Powell
Role: Miss Courtney Actor: Miss Brunton
Role: Terreeobo Actor: Blurton
Role: Pareea Actor: Byrne
Role: Captain Cook Actor: Cranfield
Role: His Lieutenant Actor: Evatt
Role: Lieutenant of the Marines Actor: Ratchford
Role: Emai Actor: Miss Francis

Afterpiece Title: Tippoo Saib

Cast
Role: English Colonel Actor: Byrne
Role: Lieutenant Actor: Farley
Role: Old Corporal Actor: Rayner
Role: General Actor: Cranfield
Role: Tippoo Saib Actor: Follett
Role: Ghazidy Cawn Actor: Ratchford
Role: Indian Actor: Bannister
Role: Colonel's Lady Actor: Miss Francis
Role: Indian Women Actor: Mrs Watts, Mrs Ratchford, Mrs Invill
Role: Orra Actor: Mrs Mountain.
Role: Barnaby Brittle Actor: Quick
Role: Clodpole Actor: Cross
Role: Sir Peter Pride Actor: Cubitt
Role: Lovemore Actor: Davies
Role: Jeremy Actor: Blanchard
Role: Lady Pride Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Damaris Actor: Miss Stuart
Role: Mrs Brittle Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Song: 3rd piece: as in 2nd piece, 6 June Poor Orra tink on Yanco dear, as17910606 The Gallant Soldier born to Arms, as17910606 Indian War Song, as17910606 The Tobacco Box, as17910606

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Box-lobby Challenge

Afterpiece Title: THOMAS AND SALLY; or, The Sailor's Return

Performance Comment: Thomas-Sedgwick; The Squire-Dignum//Dorcas-Mrs Harlowe; Sally-Miss Leak (Their 1st appearance in those characters) .
Cast
Role: Thomas Actor: Sedgwick
Role: The Squire Actor: DignumDorcas-Mrs Harlowe
Role: DignumDorcas Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Sally Actor: Miss Leak
Related Works
Related Work: Thomas and Sally; or, The Sailor's Return Author(s): Thomas Arne

Song: In Afterpiece: Cborums by Caulfield, Cooke, Maddocks, Lyons, Brown, Dorion Sen. and Jun.//Mrs Bramwell, Mrs Hale, Mrs Gaudry, Miss Menage, &c

Related Works
Related Work: Henry and Emma; or, The Nut Brown Maid Author(s): Thomas Arne
Related Work: The Battle of the Poets; or, The Contention for the Laureat Author(s): Thomas Cooke
Related Work: The Triumphs of Love and Honour Author(s): Thomas Cooke
Related Work: The Eunuch; or, The Darby Captain Author(s): Thomas Cooke
Related Work: Love the Cause and Cure of Grief; or, The Innocent Murderer Author(s): Thomas Cooke
Related Work: The Mournful Nuptials; or, Love the Cure of All Woes Author(s): Thomas Cooke
Related Work: Physick Lies a Bleeding; or, The Apothecary Turned Doctor Author(s): Thomas Brown

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Thomas And Sally; Or, The Sailor's Return

Performance Comment: Thomas-Sedgwick; The Squire-Davies// Dorcas-Mrs Harlowe; Sally-Miss Leak .
Cast
Role: Thomas Actor: Sedgwick
Role: The Squire Actor: Davies Dorcas-Mrs Harlowe
Role: Davies Dorcas Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Sally Actor: Miss Leak
Related Works
Related Work: Thomas and Sally; or, The Sailor's Return Author(s): Thomas Arne

Afterpiece Title: THE LONDON HERMIT

Cast
Role: Young Pranks Actor: Fawcett
Role: Whimmy Actor: Suett
Role: Old Pranks Actor: Aickin
Role: Peregrine Actor: Davies
Role: Barleycorn Actor: Benson
Role: Apathy Actor: Bland
Role: Barebones Actor: Barrett
Role: Tully Actor: Johnstone
Role: Natty Maggs Actor: Palmer Jun.
Role: Carter Actor: Burton
Role: Poz Actor: Pindar
Role: Bite Actor: Cooke
Role: Skip Actor: Abbot
Role: Coachman Actor: Ledger
Role: John Actor: Lyons
Role: Grum Actor: Usher
Role: Toby Thatch Actor: ParsonsDiana-Miss Heard
Role: ParsonsDiana Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Mrs Maggs Actor: Mrs Booth
Role: Ladies Actor: Mrs Cuyler, Mrs Hale
Role: Fishwoman Actor: Mrs Heard
Role: Kitty Barleycorn Actor: Mrs Kemble
Role: Major Benbow Actor: Suett
Role: Justice Benbow Actor: Usher
Role: Greville Actor: Johnstone
Role: Wilson Actor: Bannister
Role: Tipple Actor: Fawcett
Role: Kilderkin Actor: Ledger
Role: Ned Actor: Abbot
Role: Putty Actor: Waldron Jun.Eliza-Miss Leak
Role: Eliza Actor: Miss Leak

Afterpiece Title: THE DEAD ALIVE

Cast
Role: : 4th Servant Actor: Fisher
Role: Motley Actor: Fawcett
Role: Edward Actor: Davies
Role: Dennis Actor: Usher
Role: Coachman Actor: Benson
Role: Servants Actor: Abbot, Ledger, Lyons
Role: Sheers Actor: Barrett
Role: Plume Actor: Burton
Role: Degagee Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Sir Walter Weathercock Actor: SuettMiss Hebe Wintertop-Mrs Hopkins
Role: SuettMiss Hebe Wintertop Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: Caroline Sandford Actor: Miss Leak
Role: Comfit Actor: Miss De Camp
Role: Scout Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Snarl Actor: Baddeley
Role: Charles Actor: Bland
Role: Justice Mittimus Actor: Usher
Role: Sheepface Actor: ParsonsKate-Miss Heard
Role: ParsonsKate Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Mrs Scout Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Event Comment: By Permission. Benefit for Thomas Barry. Neville MS Diary: Mr Barry having obtained permission to play 3 nights after the time at which Foote by his patent is obliged to shut his house

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Orphan; Or, The Unhappy Marriage

Performance Comment: Castalio-Barry; Chamont-T. Barry; Polydore-Sowdon; Acasto-Hurst; Chaplain-Thompson; Ernesto-Castle; Page-Miss Palmer; Monimia-Mrs Dancer.
Cast
Role: Castalio Actor: Barry
Role: Chamont Actor: T. Barry
Role: Polydore Actor: Sowdon
Role: Acasto Actor: Hurst
Role: Chaplain Actor: Thompson
Role: Ernesto Actor: Castle
Role: Page Actor: Miss Palmer
Role: Monimia Actor: Mrs Dancer.
Related Works
Related Work: The Orphan; or, The Unhappy Marriage Author(s): Thomas Otway

Afterpiece Title: The Lyar

Cast
Role: Kitty Actor: Mrs Kirby
Role: Sir James Actor: Smith.
Role: Old Wilding Actor: Castle
Role: Major Sturgeon Actor: Foote
Role: Jerry Sneak Actor: Weston
Role: Heeltap Actor: Shuter
Role: Mrs Sneak Actor: Mrs Burden.

Dance: End: The Fingalian-Miss Froment; End I Farce: Hornpipe-Miss Froment

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Barry. Mainpiece [1st time; T 5, as altered by Thomas Hull]. Translated from [Iphigenie en aulide, by] Racine by Boyer. Part of the Pit will be laid into the Boxes. Ladies are desired to send their Servants by Four o'Clock. Public Advertiser, 18 Mar.: Tickets to be had of Mrs Barry, No. 26, Henrietta-street, Covent Garden. Receipts: #273 19s. 6d. (157.18.6; tickets: 116.1.0) (charge: #70 17s. 6d.)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Iphigenia; Or, The Victim

Performance Comment: Achilles-Lewis; Ulysses-Fearon; Calchas-L'Estrange; Arcas-Robson; Eurybates-Thompson; Agamemnon-Hull; Eriphile-Mrs Mattocks; Clytemnestra-Mrs Jackson; Doris-Miss Leeson; Aegina-Mrs Whitfield; Iphigenia-Mrs Barry.
Cast
Role: Achilles Actor: Lewis
Role: Ulysses Actor: Fearon
Role: Calchas Actor: L'Estrange
Role: Arcas Actor: Robson
Role: Eurybates Actor: Thompson
Role: Agamemnon Actor: Hull
Role: Eriphile Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Clytemnestra Actor: Mrs Jackson
Role: Doris Actor: Miss Leeson
Role: Aegina Actor: Mrs Whitfield
Role: Iphigenia Actor: Mrs Barry.
Related Works
Related Work: Iphigenia; or, The Victim Author(s): Thomas Hull
Related Work: Albert and Adelaide; or, The Victim of Constancy Author(s): Thomas Attwood

Afterpiece Title: Poor Vulcan

Cast
Role: Gauge Actor: Fox.
Role: Crump Actor: Quick
Role: Stud Actor: Mattocks
Role: Pike Actor: Mahon
Role: Wiseman Actor: Robson
Role: Guage Actor: Battishill
Role: Joe Actor: Leoni
Role: Grace Actor: Miss Dayes
Role: Maudlin Actor: Miss Brown

Dance: As17771222

Song: V: will be introduced a Sacrifice-;, with new Music by Fisher-; the vocal parts and chorus-Miss Brown, others

Event Comment: Mainpiece: Taken from [Thomas] Southern's Oroonoko

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Royal Slave

Performance Comment: Oroonoko-Barry; Aboan-Aickin; Lieut. Governor-Palmer; Blandford-Jefferson; Stanmore-Hurst; Imoinda-Mrs Barry; Capt. Driver-Bransby; Hotman-Bannister; Mrs Blandford-Miss Platt; In Act II a Song-Mrs Scott.
Cast
Role: Oroonoko Actor: Barry
Role: Aboan Actor: Aickin
Role: Governor Actor: Palmer
Role: Blandford Actor: Jefferson
Role: Stanmore Actor: Hurst
Role: Imoinda Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Driver Actor: Bransby
Role: Hotman Actor: Bannister
Role: Mrs Blandford Actor: Miss Platt
Role: In Act II a Song Actor: Mrs Scott.
Related Works
Related Work: The Royal Slave Author(s): Thomas Southerne

Afterpiece Title: The Jubilee

Related Works
Related Work: The Goldsmiths Jubilee; or, London's Triumph: Containing, A Description of the several Pageants: On which are Represented, Emblematical Figures, Artful Pieces of Architecture, and Rural Dancing: with the Speeches Spoken on each Pageant. Author(s): Thomas Jordan
Event Comment: The Duke's Company. The date of the premiere is not known. Pepys saw it on 6 March 1679@80, calling it a "New Play," and that may have been the first day. The Prologue alludes also to the Duke of York's triumphant return from Scotland on 24 Feb. 1679@80, and the play was entered in the Term Catalogues, May 1680. For Mrs Bracegirdle as the "little Girl," see Edmund Curll, History of the English Stage (1741), p. 26, and Lucyle Hook, Anne Bracegirdle's First Appearance, Theatre Notebook, XIII (1959), 134. For Betterton as Castalio and Mrs Barry as Monimia, probably as they performed in the next decade, see Cibber, Apology, ed. Lowe, I, 116, 160. Downes (Roscius Anglicanus, p. 37) gives the same cast except for omissions and except for Serina-Barry">Mrs Mountfort, who acted it later. Downes (pp. 37-38) adds: [Monimia, Belvidera in Venice Preserved, and Isabella in The Fatal Marriage] These three Parts, gain'd her the Name of Famous $Mrs Barry, both at court and City; for when ever She Acted any of these three Parts, she forc'd Tears from the Eyes of her Auditory, especially those who have any Sense of Pity for the Distress't. These 3 Plays, by their Excellent Performances, took above all the Modern Plays that succeeded. A song for this play, Come all the youths whose hearts have bled, the music by Forcer, is in Choice Ayres and Songs, The Third Book, 1681

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Orphan; Or, The Unhappy Marriage

Performance Comment: Edition of 1680: Acasto-Gillow; Castalio-Batterton; Polydore-Jo. Williams; Chamont-Smith; Ernesto-Norris; Paulino-Wiltshire; Cordelio-the little Girl [Anne Bracegirdle]; Chaplain-Percivall; Monimia-Mrs Barry; Serina-Mrs Boteler; Florella-Mrs Osborn; Prologue-; Epilogue-.
Cast
Role: Acasto Actor: Gillow
Role: Castalio Actor: Batterton
Role: Polydore Actor: Jo. Williams
Role: Chamont Actor: Smith
Role: Ernesto Actor: Norris
Role: Paulino Actor: Wiltshire
Role: Cordelio Actor: the little Girl
Role: Chaplain Actor: Percivall
Role: Monimia Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Serina Actor: Mrs Boteler
Role: Florella Actor: Mrs Osborn
Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Epilogue Actor: .
Related Works
Related Work: The Orphan; or, The Unhappy Marriage Author(s): Thomas Otway
Event Comment: The Duke's Company. There is no indication of the first date of performance, but a licensing date of 19 Feb. 1676@7 suggests a December 1676 or January 1677 production.Downes (Roscius Anglicanus, p. 38): Titus and Berenice, Wrote by the same Author [Thomas Otway], consisting of 3 Acts: With the Farce of the Cheats of Scapin at the end: This Play, with the Farce, being perfectly well Acted; had good Success

Performances

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.
Cast
Role: Prologue Actor: Mr Underhill
Role: Titus Vespatian Actor: Betterton
Role: Antiochus Actor: Smith
Role: Paulinus Actor: Medbourn
Role: Arsaces Actor: Crosby
Role: Rutilius Actor: Gillow
Role: Berenice Actor: Mrs Lee
Role: Phaenice Actor: Mrs Barry.
Related Works
Related Work: Titus and Berenice Author(s): Thomas Otway

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.
Cast
Role: Thrifty Actor: Sandford
Role: Gripe Actor: Noakes
Role: Octavian Actor: Norris
Role: Leander Actor: Percivall
Role: Scapin Actor: Anth. Leigh
Role: Shift Actor: Richards
Role: Lucia Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Clara Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Mary Lee when she was out of Humour.
Related Works
Related Work: The Cheats of Scapin Author(s): Thomas Otway
Event Comment: The Duke's Company. The date of the first performance is not known; an entry in L. C. 5@145, p. 120, lists it for 1 March, but leaves the year in question. See also Nicoll, Restoration Drama, p. 349. Because the Prologue upbraids the audience for deserting Dorset Garden to see The Female Prelate at Drury Lane (beginning 31 May 1680) and because the Epilogue refers to railing at the Penny Post, a service inaugurated on 1 April 1680, a performance in mid-June 1680 seems the likely first production. If so, the L. C. entry for 1 March probably represents a revival for 1 March 1680@1. A song, Bonny lass gin thou wert mine, with music by Thomas Farmer, is in Choice Ayres and Songs, The Third Book, 1681. For Leigh as Sir Jolly and Nokes as Sir Davy, see Cibber, Apology, ed. Lowe, I, 147-48. Downes (Roscius Anglicanus, p. 36): These two Comedies [The Soulder's Fortune and D'Urfey's The Fond Husband] took extraordinary well, and being perfectly Acted; got the Company great Reputation and Profit

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Souldiers Fortune

Performance Comment: Edition of 1681: Beaugard-Betterton; Courtine-Smith; Sir Davy Dunce-Nokes; Sir Jolly Jumble-Leigh; Fourbin-Jevon; Bloody Bones-Richards; Vermin-A Boy; Lady Dunce-Mrs Barry; Sylvia-Mrs Price; Prologue by the Lord Falkland-; Epilogue-.
Cast
Role: Beaugard Actor: Betterton
Role: Courtine Actor: Smith
Role: Sir Davy Dunce Actor: Nokes
Role: Sir Jolly Jumble Actor: Leigh
Role: Fourbin Actor: Jevon
Role: Bloody Bones Actor: Richards
Role: Vermin Actor: A Boy
Role: Lady Dunce Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Sylvia Actor: Mrs Price
Role: Prologue by the Lord Falkland Actor:
Role: Epilogue Actor: .
Related Works
Related Work: The Souldiers Fortune Author(s): Thomas Otway
Related Work: The Atheist; or, The Second Part of the Souldiers Fortune Author(s): Thomas Otway
Event Comment: The Duke's Company. This performance is known by the separately printed Prologue and Epilogue: Prologue. By Mr Otway to his Play call'd Venice preserv'd or the Plot discover'd. Acted at His Royal Highness the Duke of Yorks Theatre, the 9th of February, 1681. [These have been reprinted in Wiley, Rare Prologues and Epilogues, pp. 61-66.] Luttrell dated his copy of the Prologue and Epilogue 11 Feb. 1681@2 (Huntington Library). It is not certain that 9 Feb. 1681@2 represents the first performance, but it may well be. For a comment by Downes, Roscius Anglicanus, on Mrs Barry, see The Orphan, February 1679@80

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Venice Preserv'd; Or, A Plot Discover'd

Performance Comment: Edition of 1682: Prologue-Mr Smith; Epilogue-Mr Betterton; Duke of Venice-D. Williams; Priuli-Boman; Antonio-Leigh; Jaffeir-Betterton; Pierre-Smith; Renault-Wilshire; Bedamar-Gillo; Spinosa-Percival; Belvidera-Mrs Barry; Aquilina-Mrs Currer.
Cast
Role: Prologue Actor: Mr Smith
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mr Betterton
Role: Duke of Venice Actor: D. Williams
Role: Priuli Actor: Boman
Role: Antonio Actor: Leigh
Role: Jaffeir Actor: Betterton
Role: Pierre Actor: Smith
Role: Renault Actor: Wilshire
Role: Bedamar Actor: Gillo
Role: Spinosa Actor: Percival
Role: Belvidera Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Aquilina Actor: Mrs Currer.
Related Works
Related Work: Venice Preserv'd; or, A Plot Discover'd Author(s): Thomas Otway
Related Work: Venice Preserv'd Author(s): Thomas Otway
Event Comment: Betterton's Company. The date of the first performance is not known, but the fact that the Dedication of the play is dated 15 Jan. 1696@7 suggests that it was probably first acted not later than December 1696. The play was advertised in the Post Man, 21-23 Jan. 1696@7. The music was set by John Eccles. Dedication, Edition of 1697: I make you a Present of a Play, that miscarri'd on the first Nights Performance; tho' afterwards, without any farther Discouragement, it kept it self alive till the third day was over, and then I must confess the City Lady expir'd....This I am confident on, that the like Unfortunate Accidents which attended this Comedy, wou'd have been sufficient to have Dam'd a much better Play. The tedious waiting to have the Curtain drawn, after the Prologue was spoke, occasion'd by Mr Underhill's violent Bleeding, put the Audience out of Humour, and made it susceptible of the least Disgust; and when once the Torrent of its Displeasure break bounds, nothing cou'd put a stop to his Vehemence. After Mr Underhill was no longer able to come upon the Stage, scarce any thing was done but by Halves, and in much Confusion; in the midst of which, I think my self oblig'd to applaud the Justice I receiv'd from the Incomparable Mrs Barry. I very well know that the Ode in the third Act seems to be introduc'd something unseasonably. It was made and set long since, in hopes of having it perform'd before the King, at his return from Flanders; and the Music being so finely compos'd by Mr John Eccles, I was loath it shou'd be wholly lost to the Town. A Comparison Between the Two Stages (1702), p. 20: Damn'd

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The City Lady; Or, Folly Reclaim'd

Performance Comment: Edition of 1697: Prologue-Mr Hodgson; Epilogue-Miss Howard; Sir Geo. Grumble-Bright; Bevis-Underhill; Bellardin-Bowman; Lovebright-Hodgson; Pedanty-Harris; Burgersditius-Freeman; Brassby-Scudamore; Flash-Baily; Cash-Arnold; Jasper-Bowen; Lady Grumble-Mrs Barry; Lucinda-Mrs Bowman; Formosa-Mrs Prince; Secreta-Mrs Leigh; Fidget-Mrs Lawson; Biddy-Mrs Robinson.
Cast
Role: Prologue Actor: Mr Hodgson
Role: Epilogue Actor: Miss Howard
Role: Grumble Actor: Bright
Role: Bevis Actor: Underhill
Role: Bellardin Actor: Bowman
Role: Lovebright Actor: Hodgson
Role: Pedanty Actor: Harris
Role: Burgersditius Actor: Freeman
Role: Brassby Actor: Scudamore
Role: Flash Actor: Baily
Role: Cash Actor: Arnold
Role: Jasper Actor: Bowen
Role: Lady Grumble Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Lucinda Actor: Mrs Bowman
Role: Formosa Actor: Mrs Prince
Role: Secreta Actor: Mrs Leigh
Role: Fidget Actor: Mrs Lawson
Role: Biddy Actor: Mrs Robinson.
Related Works
Related Work: The City Lady; or, Folly Reclaim'd Author(s): Thomas Dilke
Event Comment: Benefit Barry. By Command of their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales. Ladies send servants by three. Tickets at his lodgings in Bow St

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Venice Preserved; Or, A Plot Discover'd

Performance Comment: Pierre-Barry; Jaffeir-Delane; Renault-Sparks; Priuli-Berry; Belvidera-Mrs Giffard; Duke-Winstone; Bedamar-Blakes.
Cast
Role: Pierre Actor: Barry
Role: Jaffeir Actor: Delane
Role: Renault Actor: Sparks
Role: Priuli Actor: Berry
Role: Belvidera Actor: Mrs Giffard
Role: Duke Actor: Winstone
Role: Bedamar Actor: Blakes.
Related Works
Related Work: Venice Preserv'd; or, A Plot Discover'd Author(s): Thomas Otway
Related Work: Venice Preserv'd Author(s): Thomas Otway
Related Work: Venice Preserved Author(s): Thomas Otway

Dance: II: Salomon, Mlle Violette, Cook, Salomon's Son; III: Muilment; V: Grand Comic Dance-Salomon, Mlle Violette, Cooke, Sga Padouana

Related Works
Related Work: The Battle of the Poets; or, The Contention for the Laureat Author(s): Thomas Cooke
Related Work: The Triumphs of Love and Honour Author(s): Thomas Cooke
Related Work: The Eunuch; or, The Darby Captain Author(s): Thomas Cooke
Related Work: Love the Cause and Cure of Grief; or, The Innocent Murderer Author(s): Thomas Cooke
Related Work: The Mournful Nuptials; or, Love the Cure of All Woes Author(s): Thomas Cooke
Event Comment: Benefit for Barry. Mainpiece: A Tragedy never acted there, Taken from Southern's Oroonoko [by Francis Gentleman]. Tickets deliver'd for Alexander will be admitted. Ladies send servants by 4 o'clock

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Royal Slave

Performance Comment: Oroonoko-Barry; Aboan-Aickin; Lt Governor-Palmer; Blandford-Jefferson; Capt. Driver-Bransby; Stanmore-Strange; Hotman-Bannister; Mrs Blandford-Miss Platt; Imoinda-Mrs Barry;in Act II, a Song-Miss I. Young.
Cast
Role: Oroonoko Actor: Barry
Role: Aboan Actor: Aickin
Role: Lt Governor Actor: Palmer
Role: Blandford Actor: Jefferson
Role: Driver Actor: Bransby
Role: Stanmore Actor: Strange
Role: Hotman Actor: Bannister
Role: Mrs Blandford Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Imoinda Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: a Song Actor: Miss I. Young.
Related Works
Related Work: The Royal Slave Author(s): Thomas Southerne

Afterpiece Title: A Peep behind the Curtain

Cast
Role: Rhodope Actor: Mrs Baddeley.
Role: Mervin Actor: Strange.
Role: Glib Actor: King
Role: Sir Toby Fuz Actor: Love
Role: Patent Actor: Packer
Role: Carpenter Actor: Moody
Role: Sir Macaroni Virtue Actor: Dodd
Role: Wilson Actor: Palmer
Role: Prompter Actor: Bannister
Role: Housekeeper Actor: Johnston
Role: Shepherds Actor: Dodd, Parsons, Hartry, Fawcett, Kear, Messink
Role: Orpheus Actor: Vernon
Role: Sweepers Actor: Mrs Bradshaw, Mrs Love
Role: Miss Fuz Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Lady Fuz Actor: Mrs Clive.

Dance: V: New Comic Dance, as17681210

Event Comment: HHopkins MS Memorandum Book: Wrote to Mr Barry to know when they could play. Receiv'd a letter from him on Monday, desiring they might be excus'd playing till Saturday sennight, as they were both ill. Wrote to him the same day desiring they would send me word what play they would chuse to appear in, & when they would rehearse. Rec'd a letter on Thursday the 28th that the soonest they could appear would be the latter end of the next week. They play King Lear on Sat. 7 Oct

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Hypocrite

Performance Comment: Dr Cantwell-King; Darnley-Reddish; Maw@worm-Weston; Seyward-Cautherly; Col. Lambert-Jefferson; Sir John Lambert-Packer; Officer-Wright; Old Lady Lambert-Mrs Bradshaw; Charlotte-Mrs Abington; Betty-Mrs Smith; Lady Lambert-Mrs W. Barry.
Cast
Role: Dr Cantwell Actor: King
Role: Darnley Actor: Reddish
Role: Maw@worm Actor: Weston
Role: Seyward Actor: Cautherly
Role: Lambert Actor: Jefferson
Role: Sir John Lambert Actor: Packer
Role: Officer Actor: Wright
Role: Old Lady Lambert Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Charlotte Actor: Mrs Abington
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Smith
Role: Lady Lambert Actor: Mrs W. Barry.
Related Works
Related Work: The Hypocrite Author(s): Thomas Shadwell
Related Work: Trick for Trick; or, The Debauch'd Hypocrite Author(s): Thomas D'Urfey

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Invasion

Cast
Role: Mercury Actor: Dodd
Role: Harlequin Actor: Parsons
Role: Snip Actor: W. Palmer
Role: Abram Actor: Weston
Role: Gasconade Actor: Baddeley
Role: Bounce Actor: Bransby
Role: Simon Actor: Moody
Role: Forge Actor: Burton
Role: Justice Actor: Hartry
Role: Constable Actor: Ackman
Role: Welchman Actor: Wright
Role: Irishman Actor: Messink
Role: Mrs Snip Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Sukey Chitterlin Actor: Mrs Millidge
Role: Dolly Snip Actor: Miss Pope.
Event Comment: Benefit for Palmer. Mainpiece: Not acted these 12 years. Rec'd Mr Stevens 1 year's rent to Lady Day last (taxes deducted #13 3s. 8d.) #3 6s. 4d. (Treasurer's Book). Mrs Barry Isabella (1st time) great Applause (Hopkins Diary). Burton died on Sunday 3 May (Winston MS 10). Receipts: #158 15s. Charges: #64 17s. Profit to J. Palmer: #93 18s. (Treasurer's Book)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Isabella; Or, The Fatal Marriage

Performance Comment: Biron-Palmer; Villeroy-Packer; Carlos-Aickin; Baldwin-Jefferson; Belford-J. Aickin; Nurse-Mrs Johnston; Isabella-Mrs Barry, 1st time; Sampson-Bransby; With the Epithalamium-Mrs Wrighten, Mrs Scott.
Cast
Role: Biron Actor: Palmer
Role: Villeroy Actor: Packer
Role: Carlos Actor: Aickin
Role: Baldwin Actor: Jefferson
Role: Belford Actor: J. Aickin
Role: Nurse Actor: Mrs Johnston
Role: Isabella Actor: Mrs Barry, 1st time
Role: Sampson Actor: Bransby
Role: With the Epithalamium Actor: Mrs Wrighten, Mrs Scott.
Related Works
Related Work: The Fatal Marriage Author(s): Thomas Southerne
Related Work: The Fatal Marriage; or, The Innocent Adultery Author(s): Thomas Southerne

Afterpiece Title: The Humours of the Turf

Cast
Role: Tipperary Actor: Hartry
Role: Jack Riot Actor: Wheeler
Role: Sir Samuel Actor: Waldron.
Role: Parolles Actor: Baddeley
Role: Sir Marmaduke Jostle Actor: Parsons
Role: Rakeit Actor: Davies
Role: Bully Boy Actor: Keen
Role: Sir Samuel Mortgage Actor: Hartry
Role: Clara Actor: Mrs Morland
Role: Miss Heartly Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Davies.

Dance: II: The Sailors Revels, as17711008

Entertainment: V: The entertainment A Picture of the Playhouse or Bucks Have at ye All-Palmer

Event Comment: Benefit for Barry. Part of Pit laid into Boxes. [Send servants by 4 o'clock and come early to avoid confusion and trouble in getting to seats.

Performances

Afterpiece Title: Comus

Performance Comment: Comus-Webster (with Songs in character and One New Composed by Dr Arne); Spirit-L'Estrange; Brothers-Thompson, Young; Bacchanals, Bacchants-Reinhold, Miss Dayes, DuBellamy, Baker, Miss Ambrose; The Song of Sweet Echo-Mrs Mattocks; Bacchant, Euphrosyne-Mrs Farrell (first appearance in that character); Pastoral Nymph, Sabrina-Miss Weller; Lady-Mrs Barry (first time).
Cast
Role: Comus Actor: Webster
Role: Spirit Actor: L'Estrange
Role: Brothers Actor: Thompson, Young
Role: Bacchants Actor: Reinhold, Miss Dayes, DuBellamy, Baker, Miss Ambrose
Role: The Song of Sweet Echo Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Euphrosyne Actor: Mrs Farrell
Role: Sabrina Actor: Miss Weller
Role: Lady Actor: Mrs Barry
Related Works
Related Work: Comus Author(s): Thomas Arne
Event Comment: The Duke's Company. Nell Gwyn attended this performance. See VanLennep, Nell Gwyn's Playgoing, p.408. It is not certain that this was the premiere, but, as the play was licensed for publication on 20 Nov. 1676, the first performance may well have been on this day. A song, Away with the causes of riches and cares, with music by Matthew Lock, is in Catch that Catch Can, No. 64, 1685. Another, Beneath a shady willow, with music by William Turner, is in A New Collection of Songs and Poems...by Thomas D'Urfey, 1683. Edition of 1677: That its only good Fortune was, in being the Subject of the Courts Diversion, where their Noble Clemency and Good Nature were extremely requisite, in covering its defects from the too Censorious; His Majesty, according to His accustomed Royal and Excellent Temper, was pleas'd to descend so far, as to give it a particular Applause, which was seconded by your Grace [The Duke of Ormond]

Performances

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.
Cast
Role: Prologue Actor: Mr Smith
Role: Epilogue Actor:
Role: Lord Bellamore Actor: Betterton
Role: Manley Actor: Smith
Role: Sir Arthur Oldlove Actor: Sandford
Role: Captain Tilbury Actor: Medbourn
Role: Zechiel Actor: Anthony Leigh
Role: Toby Actor: James Nokes
Role: Old Jollyman Actor: Underhill
Role: Harry Actor: Jevan
Role: Flaile Actor: Richards
Role: Dorrel Actor: Norrice
Role: Madam Fickle Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Constantia Actor: Mrs Barrer
Role: Arbella Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Silvia Actor: Mrs Napper.
Related Works
Related Work: Madam Fickle; or, The Witty False One Author(s): Thomas D'Urfey
Event Comment: Mainpiece: [By Thomas Odell.] A New Farce. Afterpiece: [By Thomas Odell.] A new Opera

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Smuglers

Performance Comment: Edition of 1729 lists: Vulcan-Hulet; Bung-Giffard; Crabb-Pearce; Conscience-Gillow; Oats-Williams; Pigg-Wathen; Couch-Hill; Alspike-Downs; Snack-Reynolds; Trusty-Smith; Rapp-Machen; Hearsay-Hicks; Bluet-Dove; Verdict-Taylor; Mrs Vulcan-Mrs Thomas; Mrs Susan-Mrs Purden; Peg Ambler-Mrs Carter; Bess Blouse-Mrs Palmer; Moll Titup-Mrs Jones; Prologue-Gillow.
Cast
Role: Vulcan Actor: Hulet
Role: Bung Actor: Giffard
Role: Crabb Actor: Pearce
Role: Conscience Actor: Gillow
Role: Oats Actor: Williams
Role: Pigg Actor: Wathen
Role: Couch Actor: Hill
Role: Alspike Actor: Downs
Role: Snack Actor: Reynolds
Role: Trusty Actor: Smith
Role: Rapp Actor: Machen
Role: Hearsay Actor: Hicks
Role: Bluet Actor: Dove
Role: Verdict Actor: Taylor
Role: Mrs Vulcan Actor: Mrs Thomas
Role: Mrs Susan Actor: Mrs Purden
Role: Peg Ambler Actor: Mrs Carter
Role: Bess Blouse Actor: Mrs Palmer
Role: Moll Titup Actor: Mrs Jones
Role: Prologue Actor: Gillow.
Related Works
Related Work: The Smuglers Author(s): Thomas Odell

Afterpiece Title: The Patron; or, Statesman's Opera

Cast
Role: Edition of 1729 lists Lord Falcon Actor: Hulet
Role: Sir Jolly Glee Actor: Giffard
Role: Merit Actor: Reynolds
Role: Stout Actor: Gillow
Role: Pointer Actor: Pearce
Role: Peggy Lure Actor: Mrs Nokes
Role: Epilogue Actor: Lure.
Related Works
Related Work: The Patron; or, The Statesman's Opera Author(s): Thomas Odell
Event Comment: Afterpiece [1st time; P 2, by Thomas John Dibdin; pantomime by Charles Farley]: With new Scenery, Machinery, Tricks, Dresses, and Decorations. The Overture, Airs and Chorusses by Attwood. The Pantomime Music by Attwood, Mountain, and Ealy [recte Eley]. The Scenery by Phillips, Lupino, Hollogan, Blackmore, Thorne, Wilkins, &c. The Machinery and Tricks by Cresswell, Sloper and Goostree. The Dresses by Dick and Mrs Egan. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. Receipts: #364 (353.12; 10.8)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Lover's Vows

Afterpiece Title: The Magic Oak; or, Harlequin Woodcutter

Performance Comment: [Principal Characters by Bologna Jun., Bologna, Simpson, Simmons, Whitmore, Hawtin, Dyke, Wilde, Blurton, Claremont, Klanert, the Master Blackmores, Platt, Abbot, T. Cranfield, Powers, Lewiss, Davies, L. Bologna, Letteney, Lee, Delahoy, Wilkins, Farley, Miss Lupino, Miss Cranfield, Miss Denny, Mrs Watts, Mrs Bologna, Mrs Whitmore, Mrs Gilbert, Miss Gray, Miss Leserve, Mrs Norton, Mrs Masters, Mrs Lloyd, Miss Burnett, Miss Walcup, Mrs Blurton, Miss Bologna, Miss Cox, Mrs Crow, Miss Davenett recte Dibdin], Mrs Ward, Miss Coombes, Miss Standen, Mrs Wybrow. Vocal Characters-Townsend, Hill, Emery, Street, Gray, Linton, Thomas, Russel, Curties, J. Linton, Oddwell, Little, Tett, Master Ramage, Master Goodwin, Mrs Chapman; [Cast from Songs (J. Barker, 1799): Harlequin Woodcutter-Bologna Jun.; Lout-Bologna; Tasner-Simpson; Phisgig-Simmons; Pantaloon-Whitmore; Landlord-Hawtin; Haymakers-Wilde, Blurton, Platt, T. Cranfield, Powers, Lewiss, L. Bologna; Dutch Lover-Klanert; Beadle-Abbot; Dutch Servant-Davies; Man Milliner-Lee; Brisk-Farley; Sailor-Townsend; Officer of Volunteers-Hill; Recruits-Street, Gray, Linton, Thomas, Russel, Curties; Haymakers-Mrs Watts, Mrs Bologna, Miss Burnett, Miss Bologna, Miss Cox, Mrs Crow; Harlequin's Mother-Mrs Whitmore; Landlady-Mrs Gilbert; Market Women-Miss Leserve, Mrs Norton, Mrs Blurton; Old Maid-Mrs Lloyd; Columbine-Mrs Wybrow; unassigned-Dyke, Claremont, the Master Blackmores, Letteney, Delahoy, Wilkins, Emery, J. Linton, Master Goodwin, Miss Lupino, Miss Cranfield, Miss Denny, Miss Gray, Mrs Masters, Miss Walcup, Miss Dibdin, Miss Standen, Mrs Chapman.

Music: End I afterpiece: A Medley Overture on the Union Pipes and Pedal Harp-Murphy, Weippert

Event Comment: Afterpiece: A new Ballad Opera of one Act. [By Thomas Gataker,]

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Recruiting Officer

Cast
Role: Bullock Actor: Morgan
Role: Recruits Actor: Collet, R. Williams
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Morgan.
Role: Kite Actor: W. Williams
Role: Plume Actor: Giffard
Role: Ballance Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Worthy Actor: Smith
Role: Brazen Actor: Bullock
Role: Welsh Collier Actor: Eaton
Role: Sylvia Actor: Mrs Thomas
Role: Melinda Actor: Mrs Haughton
Role: Rose Actor: Mrs Mountfort

Afterpiece Title: The Jealous Clown; or, The Lucky Mistake

Performance Comment: Edition of 1730 lists: Sir Timothy Gripe-Bardin; Lovewell-Stoppeler; Friendly-Mrs Thomas; Clown-Pearce; Leonora-Miss Smith; Margery-Mrs Palmer.
Cast
Role: Sir Timothy Gripe Actor: Bardin
Role: Lovewell Actor: Stoppeler
Role: Friendly Actor: Mrs Thomas
Role: Clown Actor: Pearce
Role: Leonora Actor: Miss Smith
Role: Margery Actor: Mrs Palmer.
Related Works
Related Work: The Jealous Clown; or, The Lucky Mistake Author(s): Thomas Gataker
Event Comment: A new Musical Entertainment of Two Acts never performed before by Thomas Brydges?. Music by Hook

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Maid Of Bath

Cast
Role: Parts Actor: Williams, _Davis.

Afterpiece Title: The Dutchman

Performance Comment: Parts by Bannister, Brett, Wilson, Walters, Mrs Wilson, Mrs Love, Miss Weller. Dutchman-Bannister; Sir William-Brett; Thomas-Wilson; Claussen-Walters; Dutchman's Wife-Mrs Love; Miss Sophy-Mrs Weller; Lettice-Mrs Wilson; Dutchwoman-Mrs Weston.
Cast
Role: Dutchman Actor: Bannister
Role: Sir William Actor: Brett
Role: Thomas Actor: Wilson
Role: Claussen Actor: Walters
Role: Dutchman's Wife Actor: Mrs Love
Role: Miss Sophy Actor: Mrs Weller
Role: Lettice Actor: Mrs Wilson
Role: Dutchwoman Actor: Mrs Weston.
Related Works
Related Work: The Dutchman Author(s): Thomas Bridges

Dance: The Merry Lasses-

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Box-lobby Challenge

Afterpiece Title: THOMAS AND SALLY

Cast
Role: Thomas Actor: Sedgwick
Role: The Squire Actor: DignumDorcas-Mrs Harlowe
Role: DignumDorcas Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Sally Actor: Miss Leak
Related Works
Related Work: Thomas and Sally; or, The Sailor's Return Author(s): Thomas Arne

Song: As17940224

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Macbeth

Cast
Role: , King of Scotland Actor: Bensley
Role: Malcolm Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Donalbain Actor: Master De Camp
Role: Macbeth Actor: Kemble
Role: Banquo Actor: Wroughton
Role: Macduff Actor: Palmer
Role: Lenox Actor: Whitfield
Role: Rosse Actor: Barrymore
Role: Fleance Actor: Master Gregson
Role: Siward Actor: Aickin
Role: Seyton Actor: Benson
Role: Physician Actor: Packer
Role: Officer Actor: Banks
Role: Serjeant Actor: Caulfield
Role: Murderers Actor: Phillimore, Webb
Role: Armed Head Actor: Jones
Role: Bloody Child Actor: Master Harlowe
Role: Crowned Child Actor: Master Chatterley
Role: Hecate Actor: Bannister
Role: Witches Actor: Moody, Dodd, SuettLady Macbeth-Mrs Siddons
Role: SuettLady Macbeth Actor: Mrs Siddons
Role: Gentlewoman Actor: Miss Tidswell. Apparitions of Eight Kings

Afterpiece Title: THOMAS AND SALLY

Cast
Role: The Squire Actor: Dignum
Role: Thomas Actor: Sedgwick Sally-Miss Leak
Role: Sedgwick Sally Actor: Miss Leak
Role: Dorcas Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Related Works
Related Work: Thomas and Sally; or, The Sailor's Return Author(s): Thomas Arne

Song: As17940428

Event Comment: [Afterpiece in place of COMUS, advertised on playbill of 11 June.) Powell: Clandestine Marriage rehearsed at 10 (King ill; Barrymore one scene); Lodoiska at 12 (Bannister Sen. not call'd; Danby, Denman, Reynoldson, Hobler, Horsfall, Dorion Jun., G. D'Egville, Hamoir absent). Receipts: #114 2s. 6d. (74/19/0; 33/10/6; 5/13/0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Clandestine Marriage

Performance Comment: Lord Ogleby-King; Sir John Melvil-Whitfield; Sterling-Aickin; Lovewell-Barrymore; Canton-Baddeley; Brush-Palmer; Serjeant Flower-Packer; Traverse-Phillimore; Trueman-Benson; Servant-Lyons// Mrs Heidelberg-Mrs Hopkins; Miss Sterling-Miss Pope; Fanny-Mrs Kemble; Betty-Miss Tidswell; Chambermaid-Miss Heard; Trusty-Mrs Booth .
Cast
Role: Lord Ogleby Actor: King
Role: Sir John Melvil Actor: Whitfield
Role: Sterling Actor: Aickin
Role: Lovewell Actor: Barrymore
Role: Canton Actor: Baddeley
Role: Brush Actor: Palmer
Role: Serjeant Flower Actor: Packer
Role: Traverse Actor: Phillimore
Role: Trueman Actor: Benson
Role: Servant Actor: Lyons Mrs Heidelberg-Mrs Hopkins
Role: Lyons Mrs Heidelberg Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: Miss Sterling Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Fanny Actor: Mrs Kemble
Role: Betty Actor: Miss Tidswell
Role: Chambermaid Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Trusty Actor: Mrs Booth

Afterpiece Title: THOMAS AND SALLY

Cast
Role: The Squire Actor: Dignum
Role: Thomas Actor: Sedgwick Sally-Miss Leak
Role: Sedgwick Sally Actor: Miss Leak
Role: Dorcas Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Related Works
Related Work: Thomas and Sally; or, The Sailor's Return Author(s): Thomas Arne