THE LONDON STAGE 1800-1900

Joseph Donohue and James Ellis, General Editors

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THEATRE ROYAL, ADELPHI

(formerly THE SANS PAREIL THEATRE)

(ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY)

1806-1900

Seasonal Summary for Summer 1830

Edited by Alfrida Lee

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

Alfred L. Nelson and Gilbert B. Cross, General Editors

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

1992

Contents

Theatre Information

Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Doors open 6:30, curtain 7:00.

Ticket prices: box 5/-, pit 3/-, gallery 2/-, half prices: box 3/-, pit 1/6, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

1 July 1830 - 25 September 1830

73 performances: 73 evening

Dark (2): Lying in State of King George IV (14 Jul 1830)
Funeral King George IV (15 Jul 1830)
Non-Resident Theatre Companies (73): EOH (1 Jul 1830, 2 Jul 1830, 3 Jul 1830, 5 Jul 1830, 6 Jul 1830, 7 Jul 1830, 8 Jul 1830, 9 Jul 1830, 10 Jul 1830, 12 Jul 1830, 13 Jul 1830, 16 Jul 1830, 17 Jul 1830, 19 Jul 1830, 20 Jul 1830, 21 Jul 1830, 22 Jul 1830, 23 Jul 1830, 24 Jul 1830, 26 Jul 1830, 27 Jul 1830, 28 Jul 1830, 29 Jul 1830, 30 Jul 1830, 31 Jul 1830, 2 Aug 1830, 3 Aug 1830, 4 Aug 1830, 5 Aug 1830, 6 Aug 1830, 7 Aug 1830, 9 Aug 1830, 10 Aug 1830, 11 Aug 1830, 12 Aug 1830, 13 Aug 1830, 14 Aug 1830, 16 Aug 1830, 17 Aug 1830, 18 Aug 1830, 19 Aug 1830, 20 Aug 1830, 21 Aug 1830, 23 Aug 1830, 24 Aug 1830, 25 Aug 1830, 26 Aug 1830, 27 Aug 1830, 28 Aug 1830, 30 Aug 1830, 31 Aug 1830, 1 Sep 1830, 2 Sep 1830, 3 Sep 1830, 4 Sep 1830, 6 Sep 1830, 7 Sep 1830, 8 Sep 1830, 9 Sep 1830, 10 Sep 1830, 11 Sep 1830, 13 Sep 1830, 14 Sep 1830, 15 Sep 1830, 16 Sep 1830, 17 Sep 1830, 18 Sep 1830, 20 Sep 1830, 21 Sep 1830, 22 Sep 1830, 23 Sep 1830, 24 Sep 1830, 25 Sep 1830)

The Season

In 1830 there was a summer season, the performances not being given by the Adelphi company but by that of the English Opera House, whose theatre had been burnt to the ground on 16 February. Of necessity the company had to perform in other theatres while their own was being rebuilt. George Bartley, the manager, in his closing speech, well expressed their plight. He commented on the necessity of having new scenery, dresses and decorations for every piece, "old and new, every species of property, every book and manuscript and every sheet of music having been destroyed." The season, he said, was not a prosperous one, owing partly to the smallness of the theatre and the extra expenses "notwithstanding very liberal sacrifices on the parts of the performers." New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal had commented on the disadvantage of such a small theatre for operatic productions (XXX, 334). The cost of leasing the theatre may have been considerable, but it seems that the terms were satisfactory on both sides as the E. O. H company performed at the Adelphi the following summer.

Despite the difficulties, twenty-eight new pieces were given, four of these requiring many different scenes. New pieces were presented even late in the season. Music, of course, predominated. Three of Mozart's operas and one by Marschner were included (the music arranged by Bishop or Hawes) and overtures by Handel, Mozart, Rossini, Paer, and Halevy were given frequently. Most of the pieces were not, however, of this enduring quality and were usually billed as operettas or operatic farces. The chief composers were Hawes (musical director), and George Rodwell (musical director of the Adelphi). Among the authors were John B. Buckstone, who had written for the Adelphi, Richard B. Peake and James R. Planche, whose pieces were produced there.

The scenery was created by Tomkins and Pitt, as in the winter seasons, but new names, in addition to those of Godbee and Mrs. Stillman, appear for the wardrobe: Head and Mrs. Murry. O. Smith, who performed with the Adelphi company, is mentioned as being in charge of the "melodramatic department."

The quality of the acting, especially that of Miss Kelly, was praised. On 2 July, the Times wrote, "There is certainly no actress on the stage who possesses, in anything like the same degree, the influence which she is capable of exercising over the audience. This is sometimes overdone as it detracts from the intention of the drama. Notwithstanding this fault (for it is one) Miss Kelly's acting of The Sister of Charity can hardly be surpassed"; and on 10 September in the review of The Irish Girl, the critic said: "It is a very flimsy affair, but the admirable acting of Miss Kelly brought it through triumphantly. The character of the Irish Girl was evidently written for her, and around that, which in other hands would have been exceedingly insipid, she threw a halo of interest, which attracted and enchained the strongest feeling of the audience." Mary Ann Keeley, whose acting was not apparently up to the same standard, earned a creditable mention. In Sister of Charity, she "played the part of Ninetta with great effect." In The Skeleton Lover she played "particularly well." Robert Keeley, in the first mentioned piece was "very amusing," but in Skeleton Lover "rather overcharged the nonsense that was written for him." Hunt "acquitted himself very agreeably," and the other actors "exerted themselves laudably." On the whole, the efforts of the company had considerable merit, and the fault in productions lay elsewhere.

Some of the authors, unnamed and two not known, did not serve the company well. Skeleton Lover was condemned for "nastiness" and as a "piece of vulgarity." Again the Times critic: "its chance of future success will depend mainly upon the unsparing curtailment of the objectionable passages; and which they were, the folks behind the scenes cannot be at a loss to discover." However, "some portions of it were deservedly applauded." With or without alterations, it was performed intermittently throughout the season, including the closing night. The author of The Irish Girl was dismissed as "certainly not the most felicitous of writers."

The worst condemnation was of the translation of Don Juan. The authorship has been attributed to John B. Buckstone. It is billed as a "free translation of the opera of the same name." Whether he was the translator or whether he worked from another translation is not known. His name does not appear on the bill, and though successful in much of his writing for the Adelphi, he seems to have done badly by Don Juan. The Times said: "The translation is extremely bad . . . the dialogue . . . vapid and pointless."

However, musical compositions and productions generally seem to have been of a high standard. George Rodwell's music for Skeleton Lover was "of a very pleasing character and extremely well adapted to the drama," and the piece "well got up." In Don Juan, "the arrangement of the music has been effected by Mr. Hawes, and the manner in which it has been performed is extremely creditable to his taste." The Adelphi was not ideal for such a production. The Times wrote, "the theatre is much too small to do justice to the efforts of the actors; it gives no assistance to the best parts of the singing, and exposes all the imperfections which attend the other parts in a most striking light. The care and good taste which have been bestowed upon the getting up of this opera deserve a more favourable opportunity than can be afforded them here." Financially the season does not appear to have been a success. On October 1, the New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal stated, "Mr. Arnold [presumably Bartley, the manager, was intended] has met with slender recompense for his exertions having seldom filled the little theatre of the Adelphi."

In his closing speech, George Bartley mentions Don Juan, "Mozart's great work," as the outstanding piece introduced in the season. This production &alone is evidence of the efforts made by the manager and all the company not only to maintain their standards but to extend their range, and this was no mean achievement in a small theatre. Bartley's hope of a new theatre was not to be fulfilled until 14 July 1834.

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Theatre Management And Functionaries

Authors

Arnold, Samuel J. Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830)
Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830)
Ayton, Richard Rendezvous, The (20 Aug 1830)
Banim, John Sergeant's Wife, The (12 Jul 1830)
Baynem Sister of Charity, The (1 Jul 1830)
Beazley, Samuel, Jr. Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830)
Brooke, Frances Rosina (8 Sep 1830)
Buckstone, John B. Don Juan (5 Jul 1830)
Jordan, Mrs. Dorothea Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830)
Kimpton, F. He "Lies Like Truth" (19 Jul 1830)
O'Hara, Kane Midas (29 Jul 1830)
O'Keefe, John Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830)
Peake, Richard B. Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830)
Bottle Imp, The (4 Aug 1830)
Master's Rival, The (3 Jul 1830)
Middle Temple, The (1 Jul 1830)
Spring Lock, The (23 Aug 1830)
"Wanted a Governess!" (29 Jul 1830)
Planche, James R. Military Tactics (9 Jul 1830)
Vampyr, Der (27 Jul 1830)
Raymond, Richard J. Deuce Is in Her, The (28 Aug 1830)
Ryan, Richard? Irish Girl, The (9 Sep 1830)
Unknown Foster-brothers, The (2 Sep 1830)
Pop (27 Jul 1830)
Skeleton Lover! The (16 Jul 1830)

Musical Composers And Arrangers

Addison, John Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830)
Barnett, John Deuce Is in Her, The (28 Aug 1830)
Bishop, Henry R. Marriage of Figaro, The (15 Sep 1830)
Goss Sergeant's Wife, The (12 Jul 1830)
Hawes, William (arr) Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830)
(arr) Don Juan (5 Jul 1830)
Foster-brothers, The (2 Sep 1830)
Irish Girl, The (9 Sep 1830)
Lying Made Easy (1 Jul 1830)
Master's Rival, The (3 Jul 1830)
Pop (27 Jul 1830)
Quartette, The (9 Jul 1830)
Sister of Charity, The (1 Jul 1830)
(arr) Vampyr, Der (27 Jul 1830)
Marschner, Heinrich Vampyr, Der (27 Jul 1830)
Mozart, Wolfgang A. Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830)
Don Juan (5 Jul 1830)
Marriage of Figaro, The (15 Sep 1830)
Price Rendezvous, The (20 Aug 1830)
Reeve, George W. Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830)
Military Tactics (9 Jul 1830)
Rodwell, George H. Bottle Imp, The (4 Aug 1830)
Middle Temple, The (1 Jul 1830)
Skeleton Lover! The (16 Jul 1830)
Spring Lock, The (23 Aug 1830)
Shield, William Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830)
Rosina (8 Sep 1830)

Actors

Aldridge

Don Pedro (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Basil (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Jupiter (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830)

Baker

Nicola (2) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830); Conrade (8) in Bottle Imp (13 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Sir Charles Manly (5) in He Lies Like Truth (19 Jul 1830 - 11 Sep 1830); Colonel Saxe (14) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830)

Bartley, George

Elderberry (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Sir Guy Don (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Mr. Courtly (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Mr. Swallow (7) in Lying Made Easy (1 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Antonio (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Sir Colley Cowmeadow (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Monsieur Tateur (2) in Military Tactics (9 Jul 1830 - 31 Aug 1830); Old Fizzlegig (10) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 14 Aug 1830); Old Cartouch (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Baron Von Glowenstein (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Rusty (24) in Wanted a Governess! (29 Jul 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Bennett, W.

Gripard (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Mr. Tomkins (4) in Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830 - 13 Sep 1830); Truepenny (5) in He Lies Like Truth (19 Jul 1830 - 11 Sep 1830); McGilpin (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Mr. Aldgate (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Mr. Prettyman (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Old Quizby (10) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 14 Aug 1830); General Lafonde (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Quake (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); Balthazar Elzevir (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Old Pickle (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830)

Bland, James

David Dulcet Esq. (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Conrade (1) in Bottle Imp (11 Aug 1830); Florid (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Lord Lovewell (4) in Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830 - 13 Sep 1830); Sergeant Jack (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Fiorello (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Captain Middleton (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Damaetas (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Charles (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); Captain Belville (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Sergeant Louis (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Ludovico de Medici (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Wenzel (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830); Captain Dashwood (24) in Wanted a Governess! (29 Jul 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Bowman

servants (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Cooper

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Cooper, J.

Montorio (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); servant (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Ganymede (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); book-dealer (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830)

East

sergeant (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Thomas (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830); Lucillo (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Fuller

Berry (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); soldier (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Vulcan (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Noggins (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Pippin (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Jacomo (1) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830); Dr. Metterville (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Zenobio (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Johan Bosky (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Green

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Bacchus (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); second Irishman (2) in Rosina (11 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Heath

chamberlain (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); servants (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Apie (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); servants (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Mercury (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Pounce (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Jem (8) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 9 Aug 1830); Mazzoneschi (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Henshaw

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Hill, Benson E.

Clincher (5) in He Lies Like Truth (19 Jul 1830 - 11 Sep 1830); Captain Dash (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); O'Rourke (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Hoaxley (2) in Pop (11 Aug 1830 - 14 Aug 1830); first Irishman (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Camaldoli (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Hunt

Albert (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Ferrando (2) in Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830 - 20 Aug 1830); Sir Leinster Leybrooke (2) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 10 Sep 1830); Ebert (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Lorenzo de Medici (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Irwin

inquisitor (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); sergeant (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Sergeant George (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Lieutenant (13) in Sister of Charity (2 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830); Professor Poreliber (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Burchiello (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Marco (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Jones

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Jones, H.

Mars (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830)

Keeley, Robert

Geoffry Muffincap (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Willibald (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Michael (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Shelty (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Paul Shack (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Brutus Hairbrain (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Cornelius Cramcalf (10) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 14 Aug 1830); Simon (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); Robin (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Paulo (14) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830); Hans Bobbs (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Doctor Manente (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Matthews, Frank?

Waldeck (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Ralph (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Croudy (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Lord Kilmore (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Dennis (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Count Montefieri (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Yanitza (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

May

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Millar, T.

Don Octavio (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Sandy (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Sir Leinster Leybrooke (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Belville (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Alexis Zeriny (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Miller

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); second Irishman (1) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830); Amadore (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Minton

Timkins (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Shadrac (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Laird of Raasay (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); servants (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Barnes (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Hairbrain (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Stobel (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Martin Brunn (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Penson, George

Mr. O. P. Bustle (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Leporello (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Larder (1) in Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830); Figaro (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Major Belcour (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Franz Boro (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Perkins

Nicola (9) in Bottle Imp (11 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Conrade (4) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 9 Aug 1830); Mandeville (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Joseph (14) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830)

Phillips, Henry

Alphonso (2) in Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830 - 20 Aug 1830); Don Juan (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Der Vampyr (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830); Count Mavrocordo (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Richardson

Benin (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830)

Russell, J.

Jacot (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Larder (3) in Gretna Green (16 Jul 1830 - 13 Sep 1830); Midas (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Monaco (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Stephen Sarko (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Salter

Jomelli (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Richard (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Jarvis (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Robin (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Sileno (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Doggins (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Blaston (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Smart (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); rustic (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Worgman (14) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830); Bonck (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); John (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830); Michael Zips (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830); Higginbottom (24) in Wanted a Governess! (29 Jul 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Sanders, John

John (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Savoyard (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830)

Sherreff

peasantry, guests, domestics (13) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Smith, O.

Bottle Imp (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Gaspard (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Andrea (14) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830); Count Rudolph (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Doctor Flamingo (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Eblis (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Thorne

Guglielmo (2) in Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830 - 20 Aug 1830); Masetto (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Charley (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Henry Swallow (7) in Lying Made Easy (1 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Pan (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Captain Francoeur (2) in Military Tactics (9 Jul 1830 - 31 Aug 1830); Tom Trimbush (10) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 14 Aug 1830); Captain Bolding (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); Frederick Cartouch (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Baron Kassova (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830); Theophilus Foxglove (24) in Wanted a Governess! (29 Jul 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Vining, James

Nicola (2) in Bottle Imp (7 Aug 1830 - 9 Aug 1830); Bertrand (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Colonel Belfront (2) in Military Tactics (9 Jul 1830 - 31 Aug 1830); Hoaxley (8) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 9 Aug 1830); Captain Wiemer (14) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830); Giulio (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Walsh

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasants (12) in Irish Girl (13 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Willis

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); shepherd (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Wrench, Benjamin

Wing (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Greville (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Sir John Freeman (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Mr. Jenkins (4) in Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830 - 13 Sep 1830); Rattler (5) in He Lies Like Truth (19 Jul 1830 - 11 Sep 1830); Flam (7) in Lying Made Easy (1 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Count Almaviva (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Peter Shack (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Briefless (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Finesse (2) in Military Tactics (9 Jul 1830 - 31 Aug 1830); Ernest (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Tag (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830)

Actresses

Betts, Miss

Fiordiligi (2) in Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830 - 20 Aug 1830); Donna Anna (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Countess Almaviva (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Madame de Luceval (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Henrika (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Blackford, Miss

Miss Minikin (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Cawse, Miss Harriet

Philippa (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); sentry (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Therese (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Lady Julia (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Nysa (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Nannetta (8) in Sister of Charity (17 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830); Constance (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Amarantha (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Liska (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Coveney, Miss

Moggy McGilpin (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Apollo (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Little Pickle (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830)

East, Mrs.

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Marcellina (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Juno (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Clotilda (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Susan (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Evans, Mrs.

Susanna (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Rosina (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830)

Fenton, Miss

Rose (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830)

Ferguson, Miss

Dorabella (2) in Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830 - 20 Aug 1830); Donna Elvira (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Mrs. Courtly (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Jenny (1) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830); Barbarina (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Daphne (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Julie (2) in Military Tactics (9 Jul 1830 - 31 Aug 1830); Miss Peggy (10) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 14 Aug 1830); Phoebe (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Ianthe (10) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Gliddon, Miss

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Goward, Miss S.

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Jerrold, Mrs.

conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); cook (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Madame Lafonde (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Margery (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830)

Jones, Mrs. Charles F.

Mrs. Mary Goneril (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Mrs. Aldgate (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Mysis (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); Mrs. Middlemist (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Miss Dolly Fizzlegig (10) in Pop (27 Jul 1830 - 14 Aug 1830); Dorcas (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Baroness Von Glowenstein (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Miss Pickle (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830); Monna Brigida (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Suzie Boro (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Keeley, Mrs. Robert

Marcelia (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Despina (2) in Cosi Fan Tutte (16 Aug 1830 - 20 Aug 1830); Zerlina (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); Priscilla (5) in He Lies Like Truth (19 Jul 1830 - 11 Sep 1830); Cherubino (1) in Marriage of Figaro (15 Sep 1830); Tibby Postlethwaite (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Penelope (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Justine (9) in Quartette (9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Rose (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); William (3) in Rosina (8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830); Margot (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); Nannetta (6) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 10 Jul 1830); Peretta (24) in Skeleton Lover (16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Vergellina (15) in Spring Lock (23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Kelly, Miss Frances M.

Widow Volatile (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Gertrude (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Betty Finnikin (4) in Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830 - 13 Sep 1830); Bridget O'Rourke (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Sophia (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); Lisette (6) in Sergeant's Wife (12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); St. Ursula (14) in Sister of Charity (1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830); Lucy Dashwood (24) in Wanted a Governess! (29 Jul 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Lane, Miss

Peter (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830)

Melbourne, Miss

Mrs. Lovetale (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Venus (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Novello, Miss Cecilia?

Miss Mary Hardacre (2) in Amateurs and Actors (2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830); Lady Trifle (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Jenny (1) in Highland Reel (13 Aug 1830); ladies (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Sophia (7) in Lying Made Easy (1 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Maria (2) in Spoiled Child (4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Nursey, Mrs.

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Perry, Miss

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Pincott, Miss Leonora

Lucretia (13) in Bottle Imp (4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); Eugenia (2) in Free and Easy (27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830); Emily (4) in Gretna Green (2 Jul 1830 - 13 Sep 1830); Harriet (5) in He Lies Like Truth (19 Jul 1830 - 11 Sep 1830); Mrs. Swallow (7) in Lying Made Easy (1 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Amelia Aldgate (3) in Master's Rival (3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830); Julia (10) in Middle Temple (1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); Lucretia (1) in Rendezvous (20 Aug 1830); Ianthe (5) in Vampyr (14 Aug 1830 - 27 Aug 1830); Julia Malvern (24) in Wanted a Governess! (29 Jul 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

Reid, Miss

Lady Kitty Crocodile (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); the Graces (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Tennant, Mrs.

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Vials, Miss

Miss Killman (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); ladies (14) in Irish Girl (9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830); the Graces (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Walsh, Mrs.

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Wells, Mrs.

Honorable Miss Fadeaway (9) in Deuce Is in Her (28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830); peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); peasants, constables (2) in Highland Reel (11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830); the Graces (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Wills, Miss

peasantry, guests, domestics (20) in Don Juan (5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830); conscripts, peasants (9) in Foster-brothers (2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830); Minerva (5) in Midas (29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830); peasantry of the Bannat, Transylvanians, Wallachians, Hungarians (15) in Vampyr (27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

Singers

Dancers

Pieces Performed And Summary Cast Lists

Amateurs and Actors

(operatic farce, 2 acts) by Richard B. Peake (2 times, 2 Jul 1830 - 5 Jul 1830)

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Bottle Imp, The

(musical drama) by Richard B. Peake, George H. Rodwell (comp) (13 times, 4 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830)

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Cosi Fan Tutte; or, Tit for Tat

(comic opera) by Samuel J. Arnold, Wolfgang A. Mozart (comp), William Hawes (arr) (2 times, 16 Aug 1830 - 20 Aug 1830)

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* Deuce Is in Her, The

(operatic farce) by Richard J. Raymond, John Barnett (comp) (9 times, 28 Aug 1830 - 22 Sep 1830)

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Don Juan

by John B. Buckstone, Wolfgang A. Mozart (comp), William Hawes (arr) (20 times, 5 Jul 1830 - 21 Sep 1830)

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Foster-brothers, The

(vaudeville) by Unknown, William Hawes (comp) (9 times, 2 Sep 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

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Free and Easy

(comic opera) by Samuel J. Arnold, John Addison (comp) (2 times, 27 Jul 1830 - 5 Aug 1830)

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Gretna Green

(operetta) by Samuel Beazley Jr., George W. Reeve (comp) (4 times, 2 Jul 1830 - 13 Sep 1830)

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He "Lies Like Truth"

(comic operetta) by F. Kimpton (5 times, 19 Jul 1830 - 11 Sep 1830)

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Highland Reel

(comic opera) by John O'Keefe, William Shield (comp) (2 times, 11 Aug 1830 - 13 Aug 1830)

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Irish Girl, The

(musical drama) by Richard? Ryan, William Hawes (comp) (14 times, 9 Sep 1830 - 25 Sep 1830)

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Lying Made Easy

(comic operetta) by William Hawes (comp) (7 times, 1 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830)

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Marriage of Figaro, The

(comic opera, 3 acts) by Wolfgang A. Mozart (comp), Henry R. Bishop (comp) (1 time, 15 Sep 1830)

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Master's Rival, The; or, A Day at Boulogne

(operatic farce) by Richard B. Peake, William Hawes (comp) (3 times, 3 Jul 1830 - 17 Sep 1830)

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Midas

(burletta) by Kane O'Hara (5 times, 29 Jul 1830 - 11 Aug 1830)

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Middle Temple, The; or, "Which Is My Son"?

(comic operetta) by Richard B. Peake, George H. Rodwell (comp) (10 times, 1 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830)

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Military Tactics

(comic operetta) by James R. Planche, George W. Reeve (comp) (2 times, 9 Jul 1830 - 31 Aug 1830)

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Pop; or, Sparrow Shooting

(operatic farce) by Unknown, William Hawes (comp) (10 times, 27 Jul 1830 - 14 Aug 1830)

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Quartette, The; or, Interrupted Harmony

(operetta) by William Hawes (comp) (9 times, 9 Jul 1830 - 18 Sep 1830)

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Rendezvous, The

(operetta) by Richard Ayton, Price (comp) (1 time, 20 Aug 1830)

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Rosina

(comic opera) by Frances Brooke, William Shield (comp) (3 times, 8 Sep 1830 - 18 Sep 1830)

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Sergeant's Wife, The

(musical drama) by John Banim, Goss (comp) (6 times, 12 Jul 1830 - 13 Aug 1830)

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Sister of Charity, The

(opera) by Baynem, William Hawes (comp) (14 times, 1 Jul 1830 - 20 Sep 1830)

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* Skeleton Lover! The

(musical drama, 2 acts) by Unknown, George H. Rodwell (comp) (24 times, 16 Jul 1830 - 25 Sep 1830)

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Spoiled Child

(musical farce) by Mrs. Dorothea Jordan (2 times, 4 Aug 1830 - 6 Aug 1830)

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Spring Lock, The

(musical entertainment, 2 acts) by Richard B. Peake, George H. Rodwell (comp) (15 times, 23 Aug 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

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Vampyr, Der

(opera, intro, 2 acts) by James R. Planche, Heinrich Marschner (comp), William Hawes (arr) (15 times, 27 Jul 1830 - 23 Sep 1830)

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"Wanted a Governess!"

(musical farce, 1 act) by Richard B. Peake (24 times, 29 Jul 1830 - 24 Sep 1830)

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Genre

Music, Composers, And Musicians

Songs, Composers, And Singers

Dances, Choreographers, And Dancers


Adelphi Theatre

End Of Summer 1830 Season

(Generated 30-Sep-1998)


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