THE LONDON STAGE 1800-1900

Joseph Donohue and James Ellis, General Editors

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THEATRE ROYAL, ADELPHI

(formerly THE SANS PAREIL THEATRE)

1806-1900

Calendar for 1832-1833

Edited by Alicia Kae Koger

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

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

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

1992

Contents

The Season

The 1832-33 season at the Adelphi commenced on 1 October under the management of Charles Mathews and Frederick Yates. The production staff remained as it had been in the two previous seasons, with George H. Rodwell as musical director, Mr. Tomkins and Mr. Pitt serving as scenic designers, Mr. Godbee and Miss E. Rayner supervising the costumes, Mr. Foster managing properties, and Mr. Evans overseeing the machinery. As in the past, the management focused on the sensational melodramatic comic burlettas and burlesques to draw its audiences. The Athenaeum's description of the theatre as "a bazaar of fun, horrors, and strong scenic effects" (13 October 1832, pp. 668-669) aptly summarizes this season when twenty-five plays were performed in a total of 182 performances.

The most popular play of the season was Cupid, which appeared on the bill eighty-seven times. Little critical comment on the production appeared in the press, and the playwright's identity is uncertain. The burlesque of the myth of Cupid and Psyche capitalized on the comic talents of John Reeve and Laura Honey and remained a favorite of the company. Following Cupid in popularity was John Buckstone's Henriette the Forsaken. This melodrama ran for 60 performances and received high praise from audiences and critics alike. The Athenaeum labeled it a "decided and well-deserved hit" and noted Frederick Yates' "admirable" acting (10 November 1832, p. 733). The Times said that "the interest throughout is . . . exceeding well kept up; and many of the scenes are truly affecting" (6 November 1832). Once again the scenery attracted critical comment as the Times noted that "the scenery is remarkably well painted." The Theatrical Observer reported that "the getting up of the ball-room and suite of apartments in the new drama of Henriette the Forsaken at the Adelphi, we have heard, cost the managers upwards of 100 guineas" (10 October 1832).

The successes of Cupid and Henriette are perhaps not as remarkable as the failures of so many other productions during this season. Reviewers referred repeatedly to the disappointing aspects of productions or pointed out the dissatisfaction of the audiences. The opening show of the season, an adaptation of Rip Van Winkle by William Bernard proved to be "not so successful as some of its predecessors have been on the stage," according to the Athenaeum of 13 October 1832 (pp. 668-669). It ran for only 42 performances. A farce called Mr. Busy began and "terminated amidst unequivocal marks of disapprobation" from the audience, because it was an "exceedingly lame and impotent affair" (Times, 4 December 1832). The Howlet's Haunt, which opened a week later, was "received in solemn silence" (Times, December 1832) by the audience and ran for only 12 performances. The Athenaeum declared that "no particular honour is due to" Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love, calling it "simple even to childishness" (9 Feb 1833, p. 92). Buckstone's Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice achieved considerably more success but opened so near the end of the season that it ran for only 26 performances.

The month of March brought Lenten entertainments by Frederick Yates and John Reeve and, although The Era Almanack reported that "the Lenten entertainments of Mr. Yates proved unusually attractive in March" (p. 4), the Theatrical Observer reported on 2 March 1833 that "the materiel and execution [of] the performance is every way inferior to" Mathews' performances of the same genre. Reeve's one-man show apparently opened on a bad note with the performer "not able to complete what he had purposed" (Times, 23 February 1833), but continued to run for 10 more performances. Mathews' own entertainment opened on 29 April 1833 after a week's delay occasioned by a flu epidemic in London. His show, written by Charles J. Mathews and Richard B. Peake, merited the usual praise for the star's performance and some disapproval of the script, but it ran for 30 nights in alternation with the English Opera House's summer season.

As Frederick Yates closed the season after benefit performances for Frederick Yates, John Reeve, and Fanny Fitzwilliam, he thanked the audience for "that patronage which has pleased our hearts, I humbly confess, by filling our pockets" (Times, 1 April 1833). The Athenaeum also reported that "the season has been, we believe, a prosperous one; and the success which the management has again met with has been, we are happy to say, again well deserved" (13 April 1833, p. 236). Thus we may conclude that the lack of a blockbuster hit like The Wreck Ashore or Victorine did not ultimately hurt the managers' profits.

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Daily Calendar For 1832-1833


1 Oct 1832
Mon eve
Adelphi
1 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; based on tale by Washington Irving; "a lapse of twenty years is supposed to occur between the first and second epochs" (bill) AU: [William B. Bernard], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, next 2 Oct 1832

Genre (melodrama) entirely new romantic burletta in two epochs; 2 parts

First Night Cast

Rip Van Winkle, an aboriginal Dutchman, aged 55: [Frederick H.] Yates; Rip Van Winkle, helmsman of the Half Moon, aged seventy-five: [Frederick H.] Yates; Peter Schuyp: W. Bennett (fr TR DL, 1st app) aboriginal Dutchmen of Kaatskill Jacob Wappenbach: [John] Sanders; Nicholas Vedder: Bayne; Yost de Hogan: King; Herman Scowe: Brown; Baltus Brickenlaw: Gibson; unnamed Dutchman: Phillips Ebenezer Twang (squatter and storekeeper): John Reeve; Mr. Brigadier Twang (attorney at law and member of Congress): John Reeve; Lieutenant, an English officer: Franks (1st app here); Colonel Courtney: Franks; Hendrick Hudson (the Dutch discoverer): O. Smith; Hudson's spirit crew: S[tephen] Smith, Morris, Green, Price, Walsh, Ashton; soldiers, sailors: [Unlisted]; Dame Van Winkle: Mrs. Daly; Gertrude Vedder, aged seventeen: Miss Daly; Gertrude Vedder, aged thirty-seven: Miss Daly; Katrine Van Winkle, a child, aged five: Miss Rose; Katrine Van Winkle: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello; Dutch wives, lasses: [Unlisted]; Izak Schuyp (betrothed to Katrine): [Henry?] Hemming; Mr. Samuel Spry (of the Washington Hotel): [John B.] Buckstone; Nicholas Vedder, guardian of Katrine: Bayne; Hans Wappenbach: [John] Sanders; nigger: King

Reference Cast

Rip Van Winkle, an aboriginal
   Dutchman, aged 55: Frederick
   H. Yates

Rip Van Winkle, helmsman of the
   Half Moon, aged
   seventy-five: Frederick H.
   Yates

Peter Schuyp: W. Bennett
Jacob Wappenbach: John Sanders
Nicholas Vedder: Bayne
Yost de Hogan: King
Herman Scowe: Brown
Baltus Brickenlaw: Gibson
unnamed Dutchman: Phillips
Ebenezer Twang: John Reeve
Mr. Brigadier Twang: John Reeve
Lieutenant, an English officer:
   Franks

Colonel Courtney: Franks
Hendrick Hudson: O. Smith
Hudson's spirit crew:
   Stephen Smith
   Morris
   Green
   Price
   Walsh
   Ashton
soldiers, sailors: Unlisted
Dame Van Winkle: Mrs. Daly
Gertrude Vedder, aged seventeen:
   Miss Daly

Gertrude Vedder, aged
   thirty-seven: Miss Daly
Katrine Van Winkle, a child, aged
   five: Miss Rose
Katrine Van Winkle: Miss
   Cecilia? Novello

Dutch wives, lasses: Unlisted
Izak Schuyp: Henry? Hemming
Mr. Samuel Spry: John B.
   Buckstone

Nicholas Vedder, guardian of
   Katrine: Bayne
Hans Wappenbach: John Sanders
Dionisius: King

DIR: [Frederick H.] Yates

impressment of Rip by the spirit crew, aboard, departure of Rip as helmsman of the spirit ship; sudden and imperceptible appearance of Hendrick Hudson and his spirit ship

I,i the Kaatskill Mountains and midnight orgies of the spirit crew; I,ii [sunrise] the town of Kaatskill on the banks of the Hudson; I,iii the banks of the Hudson; I,iv Rip Van Winkle's parlor on a cleaning day; I,v inn room; I,vi mountainous view; I,v summit of the Kaatskill hills; I,vi extensive range of mountains and defile; II,i the Atlantic by moonlight; II,ii the Kaatskill mountains at sunrise; II, iii room at Vedder's; II,iv town of Kaatskill with changes of twenty years; II,v dark mountain defile; II,vi antique Dutch parlor

2) Cupid (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; "By permission of S. J. Arnold, Esq." (bill) AU: [John G. Millingen] Au Comm This play is credited to Millingen--see author comment to the piece on April 8, 1833

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, next 2 Oct 1832

Genre (burlesque) a legitimate drama, not a burlesque burletta, but a burletta burlesqued

First Night Cast

Mr. Vulcan Smith: O. Smith; Master Smith (alias Cupid): John Reeve; Corporal Marsden: S[tephen] Smith; Mr. Slykey: [John] Sanders; Mrs. Vulcan Smith (alias Venus): Miss Daly; Slykey (or Psyche): Mrs. [Laura] Honey (1st app here); The Three Graces (old maids): Miss [Cecilia?] Novello, Miss Beaumont, Miss Walsh

Reference Cast

Mr. Vulcan Smith: O. Smith
Master Smith: John Reeve
Corporal Marsden: Stephen Smith
Mr. Slykey: John Sanders
Mrs. Vulcan Smith: Miss Daly
Slykey: Mrs. Laura Honey
The Three Graces:
   Miss Walsh
   Miss Beaumont
   Miss Cecilia? Novello

grand ballet travesty: -the characters

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (1)

Title Comment Nicoll gives 1st perf at R.P.M.; 1st time ever AU: [John B. Buckstone], COMP: John Barnett Au Comm "By the author of Wreck Ashore" (bill)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, next 2 Oct 1832

Genre (operetta) popular operatic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Chevalier St. Pierre: [Frederick H.] Yates; Colonel Belair: [Henry?] Hemming; Captain Canonnade: Edwin Ransford (1st app); Ensign Bannier: Morris; Captain Achille: Franks; Paul (nicknamed Poll the Pett): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Mons. Zephyr (dacing master at the convent): [John B.] Buckstone; Job (convent gardener): W. Bennett; Mimi (boarder at the convent): Mrs. [Laura] Honey; Julia (married to St. pierre): Miss [Cecilia?] Novello; Emma (married to Belair): Miss Alleyne; Sister Vinaigra (governess of the convent): Mrs. Daly; Madame Bravura (an opera singer): Miss Daly

Cast Comment "Chevalier" spelled "Chevelier" on bills

Reference Cast

Chevalier St. Pierre: Frederick
   H. Yates

Colonel Belair: Henry? Hemming
Captain Canonnade: Morris
Ensign Bannier: Stephen Smith
Captain Achille: Franks
Paul: Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam
Mons. Zephyr: John B. Buckstone
Job: W. Bennett
Mimi: Mrs. Laura Honey
Julia: Miss Cecilia? Novello
Emma: Miss Alleyne
Sister Vinaigra: Mrs. Daly
Madame Bravura: Miss Daly


2 Oct 1832
Tue eve
Adelphi
1 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (2)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 1 Oct 1832, next 3 Oct 1832

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

OMITS Dionisius: King
ADDS nigger: King

2) Cupid (2)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 1 Oct 1832, next 3 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (2)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 1 Oct 1832, next 3 Oct 1832

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Captain Canonnade: Edwin
  Ransford

Ensign Bannier: Morris


3 Oct 1832
Wed eve
Adelphi
1 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (3)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 2 Oct 1832, next 4 Oct 1832

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

OMITS Dionisius: King
ADDS nigger: King

2) Cupid (3)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 2 Oct 1832, next 4 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (3)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 2 Oct 1832, next 4 Oct 1832

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Captain Canonnade: Edwin
  Ransford

Ensign Bannier: Morris


4 Oct 1832
Thu eve
Adelphi
4 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (4)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 3 Oct 1832, next 5 Oct 1832

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

OMITS Dionisius: King
ADDS nigger: King

2) Cupid (4)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 3 Oct 1832, next 5 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (4)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 3 Oct 1832, next 5 Oct 1832


5 Oct 1832
Fri eve
Adelphi
4 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (5)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 4 Oct 1832, next 6 Oct 1832

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

OMITS Dionisius: King
ADDS nigger: King

2) Cupid (5)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 4 Oct 1832, next 6 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (5)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 4 Oct 1832, next 6 Oct 1832


6 Oct 1832
Sat eve
Adelphi
4 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (6)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 5 Oct 1832, next 8 Oct 1832

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

OMITS Dionisius: King
ADDS nigger: King

2) Cupid (6)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 5 Oct 1832, next 8 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (6)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 5 Oct 1832, next 8 Oct 1832


8 Oct 1832
Mon eve
Adelphi
8 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (7)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 6 Oct 1832, next 9 Oct 1832

2) Cupid (7)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 6 Oct 1832, next 9 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (7)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 6 Oct 1832, next 9 Oct 1832


9 Oct 1832
Tue eve
Adelphi
8 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (8)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 8 Oct 1832, next 10 Oct 1832

2) Cupid (8)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 8 Oct 1832, next 10 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (8)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 8 Oct 1832, next 10 Oct 1832


10 Oct 1832
Wed eve
Adelphi
8 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (9)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 9 Oct 1832, next 11 Oct 1832

2) Cupid (9)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 9 Oct 1832, next 11 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (9)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 9 Oct 1832, next 11 Oct 1832


11 Oct 1832
Thu eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (10)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 10 Oct 1832, next 12 Oct 1832

2) Cupid (10)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 10 Oct 1832, next 12 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (10)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 10 Oct 1832, next 12 Oct 1832


12 Oct 1832
Fri eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (11)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 11 Oct 1832, next 13 Oct 1832

2) Cupid (11)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 11 Oct 1832, next 13 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (11)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 11 Oct 1832, next 13 Oct 1832


13 Oct 1832
Sat eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (12)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 12 Oct 1832, next 15 Oct 1832

2) Cupid (12)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 12 Oct 1832, next 15 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (12)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 12 Oct 1832, next 15 Oct 1832


15 Oct 1832
Mon eve
Adelphi
15 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (13)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 13 Oct 1832, next 16 Oct 1832

Cast truncated in the source

2) Cupid (13)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 13 Oct 1832, next 16 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (13)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 13 Oct 1832, next 16 Oct 1832


16 Oct 1832
Tue eve
Adelphi
15 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (14)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 15 Oct 1832, next 17 Oct 1832

2) Cupid (14)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 15 Oct 1832, next 17 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (14)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 15 Oct 1832, next 17 Oct 1832


17 Oct 1832
Wed eve
Adelphi
15 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (15)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 16 Oct 1832, next 18 Oct 1832

2) Cupid (15)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 16 Oct 1832, next 18 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (15)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 16 Oct 1832, next 18 Oct 1832


18 Oct 1832
Thu eve
Adelphi
15 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (16)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 17 Oct 1832, next 19 Oct 1832

2) Cupid (16)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 17 Oct 1832, next 19 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (16)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 17 Oct 1832, next 19 Oct 1832


19 Oct 1832
Fri eve
Adelphi
15 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (17)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 18 Oct 1832, next 20 Oct 1832

2) Cupid (17)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 18 Oct 1832, next 20 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (17)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 18 Oct 1832, next 20 Oct 1832


20 Oct 1832
Sat eve
Adelphi
15 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (18)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 19 Oct 1832, next 22 Oct 1832

2) Cupid (18)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 19 Oct 1832, next 22 Oct 1832

3) The Pet of the Petticoats (18)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 19 Oct 1832, next 22 Oct 1832


22 Oct 1832
Mon eve
Adelphi
22 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) The Divorce (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Samuel Beazley Jr.]

Performances first 22 Oct 1832, next 23 Oct 1832

Genre (farce) burletta; 1 act

First Night Cast

Monsieur De Merville: [Henry?] Hemming; Monsieur La Ronde: [John B.] Buckstone; Lord Clifford: [Frederick H.] Yates; Sir Porus Filter: John Reeve; Mr. Belville: Gallot; Jacques: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt; Madame De Merville (the divorcee): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Miss Beauchamp: Miss Daly; Madame La Ronde: Mrs. [Laura] Honey

Reference Cast

Monsieur De Merville: Henry?
   Hemming

Monsieur La Ronde: John B.
   Buckstone

Lord Clifford: Frederick H.
   Yates

Sir Porus Filter: John Reeve
Mr. Belville: Gallot
Jacques: Frederick H. Mordaunt
Madame De Merville: Mrs.
   Frederick H. Yates

Miss Beauchamp: Miss Daly
Madame La Ronde: Mrs. Laura
   Honey

2) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (19)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 20 Oct 1832, next 23 Oct 1832

3) Cupid (19)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 20 Oct 1832, next 23 Oct 1832

4) The Pet of the Petticoats (19)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 20 Oct 1832, next 23 Oct 1832


23 Oct 1832
Tue eve
Adelphi
22 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) The Divorce (2)

Performances first 22 Oct 1832, previous 22 Oct 1832, next 24 Oct 1832

2) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (20)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 22 Oct 1832, next 24 Oct 1832

3) Cupid (20)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 22 Oct 1832, next 24 Oct 1832

4) The Pet of the Petticoats (20)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 22 Oct 1832, next 24 Oct 1832


24 Oct 1832
Wed eve
Adelphi
22 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) The Divorce (3)

Performances first 22 Oct 1832, previous 23 Oct 1832, next 25 Oct 1832

2) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (21)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 23 Oct 1832, next 25 Oct 1832

3) Cupid (21)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 23 Oct 1832, next 25 Oct 1832

4) The Pet of the Petticoats (21)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 23 Oct 1832, next 25 Oct 1832


25 Oct 1832
Thu eve
Adelphi
22 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) The Divorce (4)

Performances first 22 Oct 1832, previous 24 Oct 1832, next 26 Oct 1832

2) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (22)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 24 Oct 1832, next 26 Oct 1832

3) Cupid (22)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 24 Oct 1832, next 26 Oct 1832

4) The Pet of the Petticoats (22)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 24 Oct 1832, next 26 Oct 1832


26 Oct 1832
Fri eve
Adelphi
22 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) The Divorce (5)

Performances first 22 Oct 1832, previous 25 Oct 1832, next 27 Oct 1832

2) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (23)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 25 Oct 1832, next 27 Oct 1832

3) Cupid (23)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 25 Oct 1832, next 27 Oct 1832

4) The Pet of the Petticoats (23)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 25 Oct 1832, next 27 Oct 1832


27 Oct 1832
Sat eve
Adelphi
22 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) The Divorce (6)

Performances first 22 Oct 1832, previous 26 Oct 1832, next 29 Oct 1832

2) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (24)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 26 Oct 1832, next 29 Oct 1832

3) Cupid (24)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 26 Oct 1832, next 29 Oct 1832

4) The Pet of the Petticoats (24)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 26 Oct 1832, next 29 Oct 1832


29 Oct 1832
Mon eve
Adelphi
29 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) The Divorce (7)

Performances first 22 Oct 1832, previous 27 Oct 1832, next 30 Oct 1832

2) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (25)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 27 Oct 1832, next 30 Oct 1832

3) Cupid (25)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 27 Oct 1832, next 30 Oct 1832

4) The Pet of the Petticoats (25)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 27 Oct 1832, next 30 Oct 1832


30 Oct 1832
Tue eve
Adelphi
29 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) The Divorce (8)

Performances first 22 Oct 1832, previous 29 Oct 1832, next 31 Oct 1832

2) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (26)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 29 Oct 1832, next 31 Oct 1832

3) Cupid (26)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 29 Oct 1832, next 31 Oct 1832

4) The Pet of the Petticoats (26)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 29 Oct 1832, next 31 Oct 1832


31 Oct 1832
Wed eve
Adelphi
29 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) The Divorce (9)

Performances first 22 Oct 1832, previous 30 Oct 1832, next 1 Nov 1832

2) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (27)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 30 Oct 1832, next 1 Nov 1832

3) Cupid (27)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 30 Oct 1832, next 1 Nov 1832

4) The Pet of the Petticoats (27)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 30 Oct 1832, next 1 Nov 1832


1 Nov 1832
Thu eve
Adelphi
29 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) The Divorce (10)

Performances first 22 Oct 1832, previous 31 Oct 1832, next 2 Nov 1832

2) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (28)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 31 Oct 1832, next 2 Nov 1832

3) Cupid (28)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 31 Oct 1832, next 2 Nov 1832

4) The Pet of the Petticoats (28)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 31 Oct 1832, next 2 Nov 1832


2 Nov 1832
Fri eve
Adelphi
29 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) The Divorce (11)

Performances first 22 Oct 1832, previous 1 Nov 1832, next 3 Nov 1832

2) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (29)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 1 Nov 1832, next 3 Nov 1832

3) Cupid (29)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 1 Nov 1832, next 3 Nov 1832

4) The Pet of the Petticoats (29)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 1 Nov 1832, next 3 Nov 1832


3 Nov 1832
Sat eve
Adelphi
29 Oct 1832
bill
NN

1) The Divorce (12)

Performances first 22 Oct 1832, previous 2 Nov 1832

2) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (30)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 2 Nov 1832, next 5 Nov 1832

3) Cupid (30)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 2 Nov 1832, next 5 Nov 1832

4) The Pet of the Petticoats (30)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 2 Nov 1832


5 Nov 1832
Mon eve
Adelphi
5 Nov 1832
bill
NN

Source Comment variant undated LTM (small) bill contains same pieces but cast lists formatted differently

1) Henriette the Forsaken (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [John B. Buckstone], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, next 6 Nov 1832

Genre (melodrama) entirely new domestic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Ferdinand De Monval: [Frederick H.] Yates; St. Albin: Franks; Varincourt: Green; St. Jean: Ashton; The Chevalier Pirouette: John Reeve; Joseph: Bayne; Deroux: S[tephen] Smith; Pierre Gigot, peasant: [John B.] Buckstone; chasseurs: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt, Morris, Gifford, Price, Walsh; Phillipe (De Monval's gamekeeper): O. Smith; guests, servants: Phillips, Phillips Jr., Gregory, Gillett, [James] Paulo; Henriette: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Marchioness De Monval: Miss Daly; Countess: Miss Alleyne; Rose: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; guests, villagers: Miss [Millie?] Barnett, Miss [Leone] Griffiths, Miss Freeman, M? Woodyer, Miss Lane, Miss Elder, Miss Rayner, Miss Blake, Miss Jackson, Miss Beaumont characters in the Third Act Marquis De Monval: [Frederick H.] Yates; Chevalier Pirouette: John Reeve; Captain Beauvilliers: [Henry?] Hemming; Pierre Gigot: [John B.] Buckstone; comptors: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt, Phillips, Gibson, guests at the fete: [Unlisted] Henriette, under the name of Athalie: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates Baroness de Chevance: Mrs. [Laura] Honey Madame Pierre de Gigot: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam Louise: Mrs. Gallot characters in the Third Act: waiters at Tontoni's Francois: [John] Sanders; Antoine: Brown; Cadet: Willson

Cast Comment Gillett misspelled "Gillet" on bill

Reference Cast

Ferdinand De Monval: Frederick
   H. Yates

St. Albin: Franks
Varincourt: Green
St. Jean: Ashton
The Chevalier Pirouette: John
   Reeve

Joseph: Bayne
Deroux: Stephen Smith
Pierre Gigot, peasant: John B.
   Buckstone

chasseurs:
   Frederick H. Mordaunt
   Morris
   Gifford
   Price
   Walsh
Phillipe: O. Smith
guests, servants:
   Phillips
   Phillips Jr.
   Gregory
   Gillett
   James Paulo
Henriette: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Marchioness De Monval: Miss
   Daly

Countess: Miss Alleyne
Rose: Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam
guests, villagers:
   Miss Millie? Barnett
   Miss Leone Griffiths
   Miss Freeman
   M? Woodyer
   Miss Lane
   Miss Elder
   Miss Rayner
   Miss Blake
   Miss Jackson
   Miss Beaumont
Marquis De Monval: Frederick H.
   Yates

Chevalier Pirouette: John Reeve
Captain Beauvilliers: Henry?
   Hemming

Pierre Gigot: John B. Buckstone
comptors:
   Frederick H. Mordaunt
   Phillips
   Gibson
guests at the fete: Unlisted
Henriette, under the name of
   Athalie: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Baroness de Chevance: Mrs. Laura
   Honey

Madame Pierre de Gigot: Mrs.
   Edward Fitzwilliam

Louise: Mrs. Gallot
Francois: John Sanders
Antoine: Brown
Cadet: Willson

DIR: [Frederick H.] Yates

the ball

1. domain of de Monval; 2. gamekeeper's lodge and park; 3. extensive forest on the estate of de Monval; 4. forest 5. anteroom at the Marchioness de Monval's; 6. elegant salon; 7. rooms at Tartoni's in Paris; 8. magnificent suite of apartments at the mansion of the Baroness de Chevance

2) Cupid (31)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 3 Nov 1832, next 6 Nov 1832

3) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (31)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 3 Nov 1832, next 6 Nov 1832


6 Nov 1832
Tue eve
Adelphi
5 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (2)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 5 Nov 1832, next 7 Nov 1832

2) Cupid (32)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 5 Nov 1832, next 7 Nov 1832

3) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (32)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 5 Nov 1832, next 7 Nov 1832


7 Nov 1832
Wed eve
Adelphi
5 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (3)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 6 Nov 1832, next 8 Nov 1832

2) Cupid (33)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 6 Nov 1832, next 8 Nov 1832

3) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (33)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 6 Nov 1832, next 8 Nov 1832


8 Nov 1832
Thu eve
Adelphi
5 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (4)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 7 Nov 1832, next 9 Nov 1832

2) Cupid (34)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 7 Nov 1832, next 9 Nov 1832

3) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (34)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 7 Nov 1832, next 9 Nov 1832


9 Nov 1832
Fri eve
Adelphi
5 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (5)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 8 Nov 1832, next 10 Nov 1832

2) Cupid (35)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 8 Nov 1832, next 10 Nov 1832

3) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (35)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 8 Nov 1832, next 10 Nov 1832


10 Nov 1832
Sat eve
Adelphi
5 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (6)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 9 Nov 1832, next 12 Nov 1832

2) Cupid (36)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 9 Nov 1832, next 12 Nov 1832

3) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (36)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 9 Nov 1832, next 12 Nov 1832


12 Nov 1832
Mon eve
Adelphi
12 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (7)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 10 Nov 1832, next 13 Nov 1832

2) Cupid (37)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 10 Nov 1832, next 13 Nov 1832

3) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (37)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 10 Nov 1832, next 13 Nov 1832


13 Nov 1832
Tue eve
Adelphi
12 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (8)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 12 Nov 1832, next 14 Nov 1832

2) Cupid (38)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 12 Nov 1832, next 14 Nov 1832

3) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (38)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 12 Nov 1832, next 14 Nov 1832


14 Nov 1832
Wed eve
Adelphi
12 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (9)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 13 Nov 1832, next 15 Nov 1832

2) Cupid (39)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 13 Nov 1832, next 15 Nov 1832

3) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (39)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 13 Nov 1832, next 15 Nov 1832


15 Nov 1832
Thu eve
Adelphi
12 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (10)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 14 Nov 1832, next 16 Nov 1832

2) Cupid (40)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 14 Nov 1832, next 16 Nov 1832

3) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (40)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 14 Nov 1832, next 16 Nov 1832


16 Nov 1832
Fri eve
Adelphi
12 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (11)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 15 Nov 1832, next 17 Nov 1832

2) Cupid (41)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 15 Nov 1832, next 17 Nov 1832

3) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (41)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 15 Nov 1832, next 17 Nov 1832


17 Nov 1832
Sat eve
Adelphi
12 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (12)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 16 Nov 1832, next 19 Nov 1832

2) Cupid (42)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 16 Nov 1832, next 19 Nov 1832

3) Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew (42)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 16 Nov 1832


19 Nov 1832
Mon eve
Adelphi
19 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (13)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 17 Nov 1832, next 20 Nov 1832

Cast as reference cast (5 Nov 1832)

BUT Rose: Mrs. Laura Honey
Baroness de Chevance: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello

Madame Pierre de Gigot: Mrs.
  Laura Honey

2) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; billed as a prelude to Crimson Crimes AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, next 20 Nov 1832

Genre (prelude) entirely new local, operatical, and squibbical burletta in two parts being the prelude to a burletta and a ballet of action in right earnest; 1 part

First Night Cast

Mr. Gong (a manager): Gallot Gong's managerial brethren Blueblaze: Willson; Gagger: King; Puff'emorf: [James] Paulo; Payorder: Phillips; Screw: Phillips Jr. Monsieur (a French manager): [Frederick H.] Yates; John Reeve: John Reeve; The Signior: O. Smith; Mr.Mathews (an English manager): [Frederick H.] Yates; thinking and indulgent public: [Unlisted]

Reference Cast

Mr. Gong: Gallot
Blueblaze: Willson
Gagger: King
Puff'emorf: James Paulo
Payorder: Phillips
Screw: Phillips Jr.
Monsieur: Frederick H. Yates
John Reeve: John Reeve
The Signior: O. Smith
Mr.Mathews: Frederick H. Yates
thinking and indulgent public:
   Unlisted

parody: "Four-and-Twenty Managers All of a Row", Gallot; parody: "Adelphi My Beloved" (to the air of "The Pilgrim of Love"), John Reeve; parody: "Ye Managers Arise" (to the air of "Gently, Gently, Make no Noise")

3) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; billed as part 2 of a burletta "Positively purely original, and not adapted from Italian novels and French vaudevilles" (bill) AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, next 20 Nov 1832

Genre (melodrama) real burletta and ballet of action in right earnest with red fire, recitative, scrolls, combats, murders, interruptions; 1 part

First Night Cast

Diavolo Stabberini (the blood stain'd bandit, chief of the Crimson Crimers, in love with Cuddleina, tired of Ogleina): John Reeve; Young Edwy (enamoured of Cuddleina): O. Smith; Count Crimini (father of Cuddleina): Bayne; Father Geranium (the Green Hermit of the Blue Crown): Phillips; Sweetbabi (Cuddleina's offspring): "Young Gentleman"; Rawheadonio (Stabberini's lieutenant): S[tephen] Smith; Bloodybonio (1st in command): King; Splitherini (second in command): [John] Sanders band of the Crimson Crimers Bogi: Morris; Cutthroatini: Green; Pistolini: Gifford; Daggerini: Price; Sombroni: Walsh; unnamed Crimson Crimer: Ashton Tremblespooni (a peasant): Phillips Jr.; Dark Diamond (a coalheaver): Jones; virtuous vassals: [James] Paulo, Willson, [Frederick H.] Mordaunt, Richardson, Gillett; perspective robbers: Master Kelly, Master Calkin; Cuddleina (secretly married, but beloved by Stabberini and Young Edwy): Miss Daly; Ogleina (tenth wife of Stabberini, neglected, jealous, and treacherous): Mrs. [Laura] Honey

Cast Comment "Gillett" misspelled "Gillet" on bill; "Young Gentleman made so favorable an impression in the Lions of Mysore" (bill)

Reference Cast

Diavolo Stabberini: John Reeve
Young Edwy: O. Smith
Count Crimini: Bayne
Father Geranium: Phillips
Sweetbabi: "Young Gentleman"
Rawheadonio: Stephen Smith
Bloodybonio: King
Splitherini: John Sanders
Bogi: Morris
Cutthroatini: Green
Pistolini: Gifford
Daggerini: Price
Sombroni: Walsh
unnamed Crimson Crimer: Ashton
Tremblespooni: Phillips Jr.
Dark Diamond: Jones
virtuous vassals:
   James Paulo
   Willson
   Frederick H. Mordaunt
   Richardson
   Gillett
perspective robbers:
   Master Kelly
   Master Calkin
Cuddleina: Miss Daly
Ogleina: Mrs. Laura Honey

parody (grand chorus and solo): "Our Chief Sabberini's a Terrible Blade"; -banditti; parody (solo and chorus): "Nine O'Clock Tonight's the Time", John Reeve; parody (air): "Since Stabby Has Proved So Untrue", Mrs. [Laura] Honey; parody (trio): "You Shall Be Married Madame", Bayne, Miss Daly; parody: "Right Fal Lara Laral", Miss Daly; parody (duet): "Oh Cuddleina, You're the Sweetest Creature", John Reeve, Miss Daly; parody (air): "Tell Me My Heart", John Reeve

anatomical explosion from the effects of discriminating gunpowder the virtuous saved, the wicked blown to atoms

1. antedeluvian cavern supposed to be under Stabberini's fortress; 2. Cuddleina's boudoir; 3. Count Crimini's chateau, balcony, and garden; 4. the mysterious chest; 5. interior of Stabberini's fortress; 6. exterior of Stabberini's fortress tunes to the parodies found on earlier bills

4) Cupid (43)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 17 Nov 1832, next 20 Nov 1832


20 Nov 1832
Tue eve
Adelphi
19 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (14)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 19 Nov 1832, next 21 Nov 1832

Cast as reference cast (5 Nov 1832)

BUT Rose: Mrs. Laura Honey
Baroness de Chevance: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello

Madame Pierre de Gigot: Mrs.
  Laura Honey

2) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (2)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 19 Nov 1832, next 21 Nov 1832

3) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (2)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 19 Nov 1832, next 21 Nov 1832

4) Cupid (44)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 19 Nov 1832, next 21 Nov 1832


21 Nov 1832
Wed eve
Adelphi
19 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (15)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 20 Nov 1832, next 22 Nov 1832

Cast as reference cast (5 Nov 1832)

BUT Rose: Mrs. Laura Honey
Baroness de Chevance: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello

Madame Pierre de Gigot: Mrs.
  Laura Honey

2) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (3)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 20 Nov 1832, next 22 Nov 1832

3) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (3)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 20 Nov 1832, next 22 Nov 1832

4) Cupid (45)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 20 Nov 1832, next 22 Nov 1832


22 Nov 1832
Thu eve
Adelphi
19 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (16)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 21 Nov 1832, next 23 Nov 1832

Cast as reference cast (5 Nov 1832)

BUT Rose: Mrs. Laura Honey
Baroness de Chevance: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello

Madame Pierre de Gigot: Mrs.
  Laura Honey

2) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (4)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 21 Nov 1832, next 23 Nov 1832

3) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (4)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 21 Nov 1832, next 23 Nov 1832

4) Cupid (46)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 21 Nov 1832, next 23 Nov 1832


23 Nov 1832
Fri eve
Adelphi
19 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (17)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 22 Nov 1832, next 24 Nov 1832

Cast as reference cast (5 Nov 1832)

BUT Rose: Mrs. Laura Honey
Baroness de Chevance: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello

Madame Pierre de Gigot: Mrs.
  Laura Honey

2) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (5)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 22 Nov 1832, next 24 Nov 1832

3) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (5)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 22 Nov 1832, next 24 Nov 1832

4) Cupid (47)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 22 Nov 1832, next 24 Nov 1832


24 Nov 1832
Sat eve
Adelphi
19 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (18)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 23 Nov 1832, next 26 Nov 1832

Cast as reference cast (5 Nov 1832)

BUT Rose: Mrs. Laura Honey
Baroness de Chevance: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello

Madame Pierre de Gigot: Mrs.
  Laura Honey

2) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (6)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 23 Nov 1832, next 26 Nov 1832

3) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (6)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 23 Nov 1832, next 26 Nov 1832

4) Cupid (48)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 23 Nov 1832, next 26 Nov 1832


26 Nov 1832
Mon eve
Adelphi
26 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (19)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 24 Nov 1832, next 27 Nov 1832

Cast as reference cast (5 Nov 1832)

BUT Rose: Mrs. Laura Honey
Baroness de Chevance: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello

Madame Pierre de Gigot: Mrs.
  Laura Honey

2) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (7)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 24 Nov 1832, next 27 Nov 1832

3) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (7)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 24 Nov 1832, next 27 Nov 1832

4) Cupid (49)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 24 Nov 1832, next 27 Nov 1832


27 Nov 1832
Tue eve
Adelphi
26 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (20)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 26 Nov 1832, next 28 Nov 1832

Cast as reference cast (5 Nov 1832)

BUT Rose: Mrs. Laura Honey
Baroness de Chevance: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello

Madame Pierre de Gigot: Mrs.
  Laura Honey

2) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (8)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 26 Nov 1832, next 28 Nov 1832

3) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (8)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 26 Nov 1832, next 28 Nov 1832

4) Cupid (50)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 26 Nov 1832, next 28 Nov 1832


28 Nov 1832
Wed eve
Adelphi
26 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (21)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 27 Nov 1832, next 29 Nov 1832

Cast as reference cast (5 Nov 1832)

BUT Rose: Mrs. Laura Honey
Baroness de Chevance: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello

Madame Pierre de Gigot: Mrs.
  Laura Honey

2) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (9)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 27 Nov 1832, next 29 Nov 1832

3) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (9)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 27 Nov 1832, next 29 Nov 1832

4) Cupid (51)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 27 Nov 1832, next 29 Nov 1832


29 Nov 1832
Thu eve
Adelphi
26 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (22)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 28 Nov 1832, next 30 Nov 1832

Cast as reference cast (5 Nov 1832)

BUT Rose: Mrs. Laura Honey
Baroness de Chevance: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello

Madame Pierre de Gigot: Mrs.
  Laura Honey

2) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (10)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 28 Nov 1832, next 30 Nov 1832

3) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (10)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 28 Nov 1832, next 30 Nov 1832

4) Cupid (52)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 28 Nov 1832, next 30 Nov 1832


30 Nov 1832
Fri eve
Adelphi
26 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (23)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 29 Nov 1832, next 1 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (5 Nov 1832)

BUT Rose: Mrs. Laura Honey
Baroness de Chevance: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello

Madame Pierre de Gigot: Mrs.
  Laura Honey

2) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (11)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 29 Nov 1832, next 1 Dec 1832

3) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (11)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 29 Nov 1832, next 1 Dec 1832

4) Cupid (53)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 29 Nov 1832, next 1 Dec 1832


1 Dec 1832
Sat eve
Adelphi
26 Nov 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (24)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 30 Nov 1832, next 3 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (5 Nov 1832)

BUT Rose: Mrs. Laura Honey
Baroness de Chevance: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello

Madame Pierre de Gigot: Mrs.
  Laura Honey

2) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (12)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 30 Nov 1832, next 3 Dec 1832

3) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (12)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 30 Nov 1832, next 3 Dec 1832

4) Cupid (54)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 30 Nov 1832, next 31 Dec 1832


3 Dec 1832
Mon eve
Adelphi
3 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (25)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 1 Dec 1832, next 4 Dec 1832

2) Mr. Busy (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, next 4 Dec 1832

Genre (farce) comic burletta

First Night Cast

Mr. Frampton: [Frederick H.] Yates; Charles Villars: [Henry?] Hemming; Peter (servant to Frampton): W. Bennett; Mr. Busy: John Reeve; Mrs. Frampton: Miss Daly; Mrs. Busy: Mrs. [Laura] Honey; Fanny: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

Reference Cast

Mr. Frampton: Frederick H.
   Yates

Charles Villars: Henry? Hemming
Peter: W. Bennett
Mr. Busy: John Reeve
Mrs. Frampton: Miss Daly
Mrs. Busy: Mrs. Laura Honey
Fanny: Miss Cecilia? Novello

3) Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (1)

AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, next 4 Dec 1832

Genre (farce) favorite burletta

First Night Cast

Sir Charles Crazy: [Henry?] Hemming; Spencer: Franks; Mr. Thomas Tomkins: [Frederick H.] Yates; Captain Smith: S[tephen] Smith; Phalim: Gallot; Paddy: Gifford; Snatch: [John] Sanders; Rattle (a watchman): Morris; Lady Crazy: Miss Daly; Eliza Smith: Miss [Leone] Griffiths; Mary: Mrs. Daly

Reference Cast

Sir Charles Crazy: Henry?
   Hemming

Spencer: Franks
Mr. Thomas Tomkins: Frederick H.
   Yates

Captain Smith: Stephen Smith
Phalim: Gallot
Paddy: Gifford
Snatch: John Sanders
Rattle: Morris
Lady Crazy: Miss Daly
Eliza Smith: Miss Leone
   Griffiths

Mary: Mrs. Daly

4) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (13)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 1 Dec 1832, next 4 Dec 1832

Cast truncated in the source

5) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (13)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 1 Dec 1832, next 4 Dec 1832


4 Dec 1832
Tue eve
Adelphi
3 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (26)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 3 Dec 1832, next 5 Dec 1832

2) Mr. Busy (2)

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, previous 3 Dec 1832, next 5 Dec 1832

3) Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (2)

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, previous 3 Dec 1832, next 5 Dec 1832

4) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (14)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 3 Dec 1832, next 5 Dec 1832

5) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (14)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 3 Dec 1832, next 5 Dec 1832


5 Dec 1832
Wed eve
Adelphi
3 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (27)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 4 Dec 1832, next 6 Dec 1832

2) Mr. Busy (3)

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, previous 4 Dec 1832, next 6 Dec 1832

3) Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (3)

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, previous 4 Dec 1832, next 6 Dec 1832

4) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (15)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 4 Dec 1832, next 6 Dec 1832

5) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (15)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 4 Dec 1832, next 6 Dec 1832


6 Dec 1832
Thu eve
Adelphi
3 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (28)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 5 Dec 1832, next 7 Dec 1832

2) Mr. Busy (4)

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, previous 5 Dec 1832, next 7 Dec 1832

3) Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (4)

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, previous 5 Dec 1832, next 7 Dec 1832

4) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (16)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 5 Dec 1832, next 7 Dec 1832

5) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (16)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 5 Dec 1832, next 7 Dec 1832


7 Dec 1832
Fri eve
Adelphi
3 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (29)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 6 Dec 1832, next 8 Dec 1832

2) Mr. Busy (5)

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, previous 6 Dec 1832, next 8 Dec 1832

3) Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (5)

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, previous 6 Dec 1832, next 8 Dec 1832

4) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (17)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 6 Dec 1832, next 8 Dec 1832

5) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (17)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 6 Dec 1832, next 8 Dec 1832


8 Dec 1832
Sat eve
Adelphi
3 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (30)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 7 Dec 1832, next 10 Dec 1832

2) Mr. Busy (6)

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, previous 7 Dec 1832, next 26 Dec 1832

3) Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (6)

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, previous 7 Dec 1832

4) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (18)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 7 Dec 1832, next 10 Dec 1832

5) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (18)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 7 Dec 1832, next 10 Dec 1832


10 Dec 1832
Mon eve
Adelphi
10 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (31)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 8 Dec 1832, next 11 Dec 1832

2) The Howlet's Haunt; or, The Story of the Skull (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Unknown], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 10 Dec 1832, next 11 Dec 1832

Genre (burletta) entirely original domestic burletta (founded on facts); 2 acts

First Night Cast

Squire Felton: Bayne; Mr. Rushton: [Henry?] Hemming; Davrell: O. Smith; Richard Davrell: [Frederick H.] Yates; Captain Crafter: S[tephen] Smith; Van Scheden: Gifford; Big Breeches: Morris; Hardingbrass Huxtable: John Reeve; Matty Martlett: [John B.] Buckstone; Moonseye: Price; Shark: Green; La Cognac: Walsh; Ben: Ashton; officer of blockade: Gibson; Lieutenant: [John] Sanders; poachers: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt, Phillips, Phillips Jr., Richardson, Brown, King; constables: Gregory, Gillett, Henry; Letitia Felton: Miss Daly; Mabet: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates

Reference Cast

Squire Felton: Bayne
Mr. Rushton: Henry? Hemming
Davrell: O. Smith
Richard Davrell: Frederick H.
   Yates

Captain Crafter: Stephen Smith
Van Scheden: Gifford
Big Breeches: Morris
Hardingbrass Huxtable: John
   Reeve

Matty Martlett: John B.
   Buckstone

Moonseye: Price
Shark: Green
La Cognac: Walsh
Ben: Ashton
officer of blockade: Gibson
Lieutenant: John Sanders
poachers:
   Frederick H. Mordaunt
   Phillips
   Phillips Jr.
   Richardson
   Brown
   King
constables:
   Gregory
   Gillett
   Henry
   J. Taylor
Letitia Felton: Miss Daly
Mabet: Mrs. Frederick H. Yates

1. Seafield beach 2. apartment at Mainville Hall; 3. Thornby Thickets; 4. parlor of the Howlet Haunt with bar and taproom; 5. exterior of the Haunt; 6. Shingle Point at moonlight

3) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (19)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 8 Dec 1832, next 11 Dec 1832

4) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (19)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 8 Dec 1832, next 11 Dec 1832

Cast truncated in the source


11 Dec 1832
Tue eve
Adelphi
10 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (32)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 10 Dec 1832, next 12 Dec 1832

2) The Howlet's Haunt; or, The Story of the Skull (2)

Performances first 10 Dec 1832, previous 10 Dec 1832, next 12 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (10 Dec 1832)

OMITS constables: J. Taylor

3) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (20)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 10 Dec 1832, next 12 Dec 1832

4) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (20)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 10 Dec 1832, next 12 Dec 1832


12 Dec 1832
Wed eve
Adelphi
10 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (33)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 11 Dec 1832, next 13 Dec 1832

2) The Howlet's Haunt; or, The Story of the Skull (3)

Performances first 10 Dec 1832, previous 11 Dec 1832, next 13 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (10 Dec 1832)

OMITS constables: J. Taylor

3) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (21)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 11 Dec 1832, next 13 Dec 1832

4) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (21)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 11 Dec 1832, next 13 Dec 1832


13 Dec 1832
Thu eve
Adelphi
10 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (34)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 12 Dec 1832, next 14 Dec 1832

2) The Howlet's Haunt; or, The Story of the Skull (4)

Performances first 10 Dec 1832, previous 12 Dec 1832, next 14 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (10 Dec 1832)

OMITS constables: J. Taylor

3) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (22)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 12 Dec 1832, next 14 Dec 1832

4) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (22)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 12 Dec 1832, next 14 Dec 1832


14 Dec 1832
Fri eve
Adelphi
10 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (35)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 13 Dec 1832, next 15 Dec 1832

2) The Howlet's Haunt; or, The Story of the Skull (5)

Performances first 10 Dec 1832, previous 13 Dec 1832, next 15 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (10 Dec 1832)

OMITS constables: J. Taylor

3) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (23)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 13 Dec 1832, next 15 Dec 1832

4) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (23)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 13 Dec 1832, next 15 Dec 1832


15 Dec 1832
Sat eve
Adelphi
10 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (36)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 14 Dec 1832, next 17 Dec 1832

2) The Howlet's Haunt; or, The Story of the Skull (6)

Performances first 10 Dec 1832, previous 14 Dec 1832, next 17 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (10 Dec 1832)

OMITS constables: J. Taylor

3) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (24)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 14 Dec 1832, next 17 Dec 1832

4) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (24)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 14 Dec 1832, next 17 Dec 1832


17 Dec 1832
Mon eve
Adelphi
17 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (37)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 15 Dec 1832, next 18 Dec 1832

Cast truncated in the source

2) The Howlet's Haunt; or, The Story of the Skull (7)

Performances first 10 Dec 1832, previous 15 Dec 1832, next 18 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (10 Dec 1832)

BUT Mabet: Mrs. Laura Honey
OMITS poachers:
  Brown
  King

3) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (25)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 15 Dec 1832, next 18 Dec 1832

Cast omitted for reasons of space

4) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (25)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 15 Dec 1832, next 18 Dec 1832

Cast omitted for reasons of space


18 Dec 1832
Tue eve
Adelphi
17 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (38)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 17 Dec 1832, next 19 Dec 1832

2) The Howlet's Haunt; or, The Story of the Skull (8)

Performances first 10 Dec 1832, previous 17 Dec 1832, next 19 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (10 Dec 1832)

BUT Mabet: Mrs. Laura Honey
OMITS poachers:
  Brown
  King

3) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (26)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 17 Dec 1832, next 19 Dec 1832

4) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (26)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 17 Dec 1832, next 19 Dec 1832


19 Dec 1832
Wed eve
Adelphi
17 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (39)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 18 Dec 1832, next 20 Dec 1832

2) The Howlet's Haunt; or, The Story of the Skull (9)

Performances first 10 Dec 1832, previous 18 Dec 1832, next 20 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (10 Dec 1832)

BUT Mabet: Mrs. Laura Honey
OMITS poachers:
  Brown
  King

3) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (27)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 18 Dec 1832, next 20 Dec 1832

4) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (27)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 18 Dec 1832, next 20 Dec 1832


20 Dec 1832
Thu eve
Adelphi
17 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (40)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 19 Dec 1832, next 21 Dec 1832

2) The Howlet's Haunt; or, The Story of the Skull (10)

Performances first 10 Dec 1832, previous 19 Dec 1832, next 21 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (10 Dec 1832)

BUT Mabet: Mrs. Laura Honey
OMITS poachers:
  Brown
  King

3) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (28)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 19 Dec 1832, next 21 Dec 1832

4) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (28)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 19 Dec 1832, next 21 Dec 1832


21 Dec 1832
Fri eve
Adelphi
17 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (41)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 20 Dec 1832, next 22 Dec 1832

2) The Howlet's Haunt; or, The Story of the Skull (11)

Performances first 10 Dec 1832, previous 20 Dec 1832, next 22 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (10 Dec 1832)

BUT Mabet: Mrs. Laura Honey
OMITS poachers:
  Brown
  King

3) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (29)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 20 Dec 1832, next 22 Dec 1832

4) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (29)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 20 Dec 1832, next 22 Dec 1832


22 Dec 1832
Sat eve
Adelphi
17 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (42)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 21 Dec 1832, next 26 Dec 1832

2) The Howlet's Haunt; or, The Story of the Skull (12)

Performances first 10 Dec 1832, previous 21 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (10 Dec 1832)

BUT Mabet: Mrs. Laura Honey
OMITS poachers:
  Brown
  King

3) Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers (30)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 21 Dec 1832

4) Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit (30)

Performances first 19 Nov 1832, previous 21 Dec 1832


24 Dec 1832
Mon eve
Adelphi

DARK: Christmas Eve


25 Dec 1832
Tue eve
Adelphi

DARK: Christmas


26 Dec 1832
Wed eve
Adelphi
26 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (43)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 22 Dec 1832, next 27 Dec 1832

2) Mr. Busy (7)

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, previous 8 Dec 1832, next 27 Dec 1832

Cast truncated in the source

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; also played as H. & the Knave of Clubs; or, the Queen and Her Syllabubs AU: [Unknown], COMP: George H. Rodwell, William H. Callcott

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, next 27 Dec 1832

Genre (pantomime) new grand comic pantomime

First Night Cast

Nox (Goddess of Night): Miss Daly; Ombre (her darkest shadow): Miss Beaumont; Shadows of night: Miss Lee, Miss Blanchard, Miss Smith; Sir Ace (suitor of Arethusa and protected by Nox): [Frederick H.] Mordaunt; Aurora (Goddess of Morning): Mrs. [Laura] Honey; Sunlight (Aurora's brightest ray): Miss Laura Slade; Rays of the Morning: Miss Lane, Miss Rose, Miss C. Barnett, Miss S. Barnett, Miss Birch, Miss Fenton, Miss Chekini; Shilali (King of Clubs): S[tephen] Smith; Sir Cinque (enamoured of Arethusa): Gibson chief lords of the court Sir Smasher: Morris; Sir Whack: Gifford lords: Green, Walsh, Price, Ashton, Gillett; Bamboo (Queen of Clubs): King; Arethusa (her niece): Miss Marie Griffiths; Pam (the pilfering Knave of Clubs): [John] Sanders; Harlequin: Gibson; Pantaloon: Brown; clowns: [John] Sanders, King; Columbine: Miss Marie Griffiths; ladies of the court: Miss Walsh, Miss Beaumont, Miss Rayner, M? Woodyer, Miss [Millie?] Barnett; Cribdripping (chief cook): Willson; cooks: [James] Paulo, Phillips Jr., Master Calkin King's judges Lord Partial: Avis; Lord Hangatonce: Phillips waterman: "Catchcrab"; fishwoman: "Mrs. Dab"; fishermen: "Drag", "Queersprat"; Dandyzette: "Mrs. Bigbustle"; lawyer: "Swindle"; rival clothsellers: "Motheat", "Noknap"; taxgatherer: "Teazer"; fat beadle: "Goldpaunch"; porters: "Knott", "Fagabout"; mob: "Row", "Rumpus", "Tatterdemalion"; foreigners: "Splutter", "Whiskers"; starved Englishman: "Spooney"; German baker: "Donderdough"; tollman: "Smugcoppers"; Irish Labourer: "M'Whackmycrack"; his wife and three children: "Mrs. M'Whackmycrack And Progeny"; soldier: "Bullet"; butcher's boy: "Pluck"; milkwoman: "Miss Worrycow"; bagpiper: "Horridnoise"; Scotchmen: "Fiddle", "Oatcake"; artists: "Daub", "Slobber"; waiter: "Nevercome"; coachman: "Nutty"; Quaker: "Squaretoes"; countryman: "Chawbacon"; country lass: "Miss Rosycheeks"; chambermaid: "Miss Tuckup"; highwaymen: "Cutthroat", "Boots"; widow: "Mrs. Ogle"; guys, doctors, and boys: "Burnwell", "Cutemup", "Squibem"; ragged fellow for soup: "Hungryeyes"; poulterer: "Deadduck"; fruiterer: "Rottenpip"; fishmonger: "Squash"; Alderman Gobble: "Burster"; Alderman's wife: "Mrs. Waddle"; Alderman Thin: "Lath"; pastrycook: "Mess"; bakers, butchers, mob: [Unlisted]

Reference Cast

Nox: Miss Daly
Ombre: Miss Elder
Shadows of night:
   Miss Lee
   Miss Blanchard
   Miss Smith
Sir Ace: Frederick H. Mordaunt
Aurora: Mrs. Laura Honey
Rays of the Morning:
   Miss Rose
   Miss C. Barnett
   Miss S. Barnett
   Miss Birch
   Miss Fenton
   Miss Chekini
Shilali: Stephen Smith
Sir Cinque: Gibson
Sir Smasher: Morris
Sir Whack: Gifford
lords:
   Green
   Walsh
   Price
   Ashton
   Gillett
Bamboo: King
Arethusa: Miss Marie Griffiths
Pam: John Sanders
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
   John Sanders
   King
Columbine: Miss Marie Griffiths
ladies of the court:
   Miss Walsh
   Miss Beaumont
   Miss Rayner
   M? Woodyer
   Miss Millie? Barnett
Cribdripping: Willson
cooks:
   James Paulo
   Phillips Jr.
   Master Calkin
Lord Partial: Avis
Lord Hangatonce: Phillips
waterman: "Catchcrab"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Dab"
fishermen:
   "Drag"
   "Queersprat"
Dandyzette: "Mrs. Bigbustle"
lawyer: "Swindle"
rival clothsellers:
   "Motheat"
   "Noknap"
taxgatherer: "Teazer"
fat beadle: "Goldpaunch"
porters:
   "Knott"
   "Fagabout"
mob:
   "Row"
   "Rumpus"
   "Tatterdemalion"
foreigners:
   "Splutter"
   "Whiskers"
starved Englishman: "Spooney"
German baker: "Donderdough"
tollman: "Smugcoppers"
Irish Labourer:
   "M'Whackmycrack"

his wife and three children:
   "Mrs. M'Whackmycrack And
   Progeny"

soldier: "Bullet"
butcher's boy: "Pluck"
milkwoman: "Miss Worrycow"
bagpiper: "Horridnoise"
Scotchmen:
   "Fiddle"
   "Oatcake"
artists:
   "Daub"
   "Slobber"
waiter: "Nevercome"
coachman: "Nutty"
Quaker: "Squaretoes"
countryman: "Chawbacon"
country lass: "Miss Rosycheeks"
chambermaid: "Miss Tuckup"
highwaymen:
   "Cutthroat"
   "Boots"
widow: "Mrs. Ogle"
guys, doctors, and boys:
   "Burnwell"
   "Cutemup"
   "Squibem"
ragged fellow for soup:
   "Hungryeyes"

poulterer: "Deadduck"
fruiterer: "Rottenpip"
fishmonger: "Squash"
Alderman Gobble: "Burster"
Alderman's wife: "Mrs. Waddle"
Alderman Thin: "Lath"
pastrycook: "Mess"
bakers, butchers, mob: Unlisted
Aurora's brightest rays:
   Miss D. Lane
   Miss C. Elder

DIR: [Frederick H.] Yates

pas seule: Miss Rose (as a broom girl) Miss Rose pupil of Miss Barnett

1. the realms of Night; 2. the dawn of morning; 3. the Isle of Clubs; 4. the silver lake from the gardens of the royal palace; 5. the King's kitchen; 6. club saloon; 7. banquetting pavilion of the King of Clubs; 8. Hungerford Market; 9. cloth marts on Holborn Hill; 10. Dark Alley, Dark House Lane; 11. Marsh Gate and the New Cut, Saturday night; 12. view in Edinburgh; 13. an inn yard on the North Road; 14. interior of the inn; 15. Guy's Hospital; 16. ports-open ward and Alderman Gobble's mansion; 17. temple of Aurora, Goddess of the Morning

comic business: Foster


27 Dec 1832
Thu eve
Adelphi
26 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (44)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 26 Dec 1832, next 28 Dec 1832

2) Mr. Busy (8)

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, previous 26 Dec 1832, next 28 Dec 1832

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (2)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 26 Dec 1832, next 28 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1832)

BUT Ombre: Miss Beaumont
OMITS Aurora's brightest rays:
  Miss D. Lane
  Miss C. Elder
ADDS Sunlight: Miss Laura Slade
Rays of the Morning: Miss Lane


28 Dec 1832
Fri eve
Adelphi
26 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (45)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 27 Dec 1832, next 29 Dec 1832

2) Mr. Busy (9)

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, previous 27 Dec 1832, next 29 Dec 1832

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (3)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 27 Dec 1832, next 29 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1832)

BUT Ombre: Miss Beaumont
OMITS Aurora's brightest rays:
  Miss D. Lane
  Miss C. Elder
ADDS Sunlight: Miss Laura Slade
Rays of the Morning: Miss Lane


29 Dec 1832
Sat eve
Adelphi
26 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (46)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 28 Dec 1832, next 31 Dec 1832

2) Mr. Busy (10)

Performances first 3 Dec 1832, previous 28 Dec 1832

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (4)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 28 Dec 1832, next 31 Dec 1832

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1832)

BUT Ombre: Miss Beaumont
OMITS Aurora's brightest rays:
  Miss D. Lane
  Miss C. Elder
ADDS Sunlight: Miss Laura Slade
Rays of the Morning: Miss Lane


31 Dec 1832
Mon eve
Adelphi
31 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (47)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 29 Dec 1832, next 1 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (55)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 1 Dec 1832, next 1 Jan 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (5)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 29 Dec 1832, next 1 Jan 1833

Cast truncated in the source


1 Jan 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
31 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (48)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 31 Dec 1832, next 2 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (56)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 31 Dec 1832, next 2 Jan 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (6)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 31 Dec 1832, next 2 Jan 1833


2 Jan 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
31 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (49)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 1 Jan 1833, next 3 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (57)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 1 Jan 1833, next 3 Jan 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (7)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 1 Jan 1833, next 3 Jan 1833


3 Jan 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
31 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (50)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 2 Jan 1833, next 4 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (58)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 2 Jan 1833, next 4 Jan 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (8)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 2 Jan 1833, next 4 Jan 1833


4 Jan 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
31 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (51)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 3 Jan 1833, next 5 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (59)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 3 Jan 1833, next 5 Jan 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (9)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 3 Jan 1833, next 5 Jan 1833


5 Jan 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
31 Dec 1832
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (52)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 4 Jan 1833, next 18 Mar 1833

2) Cupid (60)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 4 Jan 1833, next 7 Jan 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (10)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 4 Jan 1833, next 7 Jan 1833


7 Jan 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
7 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; "Based on the far-famed novel of Cervantes" (bill); Quixote is misspelled on the bill; Nicoll gives title as Don Quixote, The Knight of the Wonderful Countenance and The Humours of Sancho Panza AU: [Edward Fitzball], COMP: Henry R. Bishop, George H. Rodwell Au Comm "By the Author of The Pilot" (bill)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, next 8 Jan 1833

Genre (romantic drama) entirely new romantic operatic serio-comic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Cardenio (Duke of Barataria): [Frederick H.] Yates; Don Quixotte (Knight of the Woeful Countenance): O. Smith; Sacho Panza (his esquire): John Reeve; Nicholas (village barber): [John B.] Buckstone; Geronimo (landlord of the "Moon"): Bayne; Valentine (the Duke's falconer): Franks; Perez (a miller): Morris; Captain Whiskeribos (captain of the galley slaves): S[tephen] Smith; Coco (head cook): Willson; Master Juan Manuel Sancho (Sancho's son): Master Kelly; millers, guests, falconers, slaves: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt, Gifford, Price, Walsh, Green, Phillips, Phillips Jr., Ashton, Gregory, Gillett, [James] Paulo; Lucinda (Duchess of Barataria): Mrs. [Laura] Honey; Biancha (Don Quixotte's housekeeper): Mrs. Daly; Madame Tereza Panza (Sancho's wife): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Maritornes (chambermaid at the "Moon"): Miss Blake; ladies of the court of Barataria: Miss [Millie?] Barnett, Miss Freeman, M? Woodyer, Miss Elder, Miss Rayner, Miss Jackson, Miss Beaumont, Miss Walsh

Reference Cast

Cardenio: Frederick H. Yates
Don Quixotte: O. Smith
Sacho Panza: John Reeve
Nicholas: John B. Buckstone
Geronimo: Bayne
Valentine: Franks
Perez: Morris
Captain Whiskeribos: Stephen
   Smith

Coco: Willson
Master Juan Manuel Sancho:
   Master Kelly

millers, guests, falconers,
   slaves:
   Frederick H. Mordaunt
   Gifford
   Price
   Walsh
   Green
   Phillips
   Phillips Jr.
   Ashton
   Gregory
   Gillett
   James Paulo
Lucinda: Mrs. Laura Honey
Biancha: Mrs. Daly
Madame Tereza Panza: Mrs. Edward
   Fitzwilliam

Maritornes: Miss Blake
ladies of the court of Barataria:
   Miss Millie? Barnett
   Miss Freeman
   M? Woodyer
   Miss Elder
   Miss Rayner
   Miss Jackson
   Miss Beaumont
   Miss Walsh

Spanish bolero: Gibson, King, Miss [Leone] Griffiths, Miss Lane, Miss Rose; grand Spanish contre dance

Sancho tossed in a blanket; Don Quixotte's delusion and combat with the windmill; capture of Mambrino's helmet

I,i barber's shop in La Mancha; I,ii [sunset] Don Quixotte's study; I,iii view near Sancho's cottage; I,iv the windmill and sheep valley; II,i the cork wood; II,ii pass of the Sierra Morena; II,iii Cardenio's hut; II,iv dormitory of the "Moon"; III,i magnificent corridor of the Duke's palace; III,ii interior of Don Quixotte's house; III,iii Sancho's hall of state; III,iv crystallated conservatory of color'd fountains and falls of real water

2) Cupid (61)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 5 Jan 1833, next 8 Jan 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (11)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 5 Jan 1833, next 8 Jan 1833

Cast truncated in the source


8 Jan 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
7 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (2)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 7 Jan 1833, next 9 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (62)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 7 Jan 1833, next 9 Jan 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (12)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 7 Jan 1833, next 9 Jan 1833


9 Jan 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
7 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (3)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 8 Jan 1833, next 10 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (63)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 8 Jan 1833, next 10 Jan 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (13)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 8 Jan 1833, next 10 Jan 1833


10 Jan 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
7 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (4)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 9 Jan 1833, next 11 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (64)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 9 Jan 1833, next 11 Jan 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (14)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 9 Jan 1833, next 11 Jan 1833


11 Jan 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
7 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (5)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 10 Jan 1833, next 12 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (65)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 10 Jan 1833, next 12 Jan 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (15)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 10 Jan 1833, next 12 Jan 1833


12 Jan 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
7 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (6)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 11 Jan 1833, next 14 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (66)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 11 Jan 1833, next 14 Jan 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (16)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 11 Jan 1833, next 14 Jan 1833


14 Jan 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
14 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 12 Jan 1833, next 15 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (67)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 12 Jan 1833, next 15 Jan 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (17)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 12 Jan 1833, next 15 Jan 1833


15 Jan 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
14 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (8)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 14 Jan 1833, next 16 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (68)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 14 Jan 1833, next 16 Jan 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (18)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 14 Jan 1833, next 16 Jan 1833


16 Jan 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
14 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (9)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 15 Jan 1833, next 17 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (69)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 15 Jan 1833, next 17 Jan 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (19)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 15 Jan 1833, next 17 Jan 1833


17 Jan 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
14 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (10)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 16 Jan 1833, next 18 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (70)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 16 Jan 1833, next 18 Jan 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (20)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 16 Jan 1833, next 18 Jan 1833


18 Jan 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
14 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (11)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 17 Jan 1833, next 19 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (71)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 17 Jan 1833, next 19 Jan 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (21)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 17 Jan 1833, next 19 Jan 1833


19 Jan 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
14 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (12)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 18 Jan 1833, next 21 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (72)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 18 Jan 1833, next 21 Jan 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (22)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 18 Jan 1833, next 21 Jan 1833


21 Jan 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
21 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (13)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 19 Jan 1833, next 22 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (73)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 19 Jan 1833, next 22 Jan 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (23)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 19 Jan 1833, next 22 Jan 1833


22 Jan 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
21 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (14)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 21 Jan 1833, next 23 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (74)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 21 Jan 1833, next 23 Jan 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (24)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 21 Jan 1833, next 23 Jan 1833


23 Jan 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
21 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (15)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 22 Jan 1833, next 24 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (75)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 22 Jan 1833, next 24 Jan 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (25)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 22 Jan 1833, next 24 Jan 1833


24 Jan 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
21 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (16)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 23 Jan 1833, next 25 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (76)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 23 Jan 1833, next 25 Jan 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (26)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 23 Jan 1833, next 25 Jan 1833


25 Jan 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
21 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (17)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 24 Jan 1833, next 26 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (77)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 24 Jan 1833, next 26 Jan 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (27)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 24 Jan 1833, next 26 Jan 1833


26 Jan 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
21 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (18)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 25 Jan 1833, next 28 Jan 1833

2) Cupid (78)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 25 Jan 1833, next 4 Feb 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (28)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 25 Jan 1833, next 28 Jan 1833


28 Jan 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
28 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (19)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 26 Jan 1833, next 29 Jan 1833

2) Othello; or, The Moor of Fleet Street (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Charles M. Westmacott]

Performances first 28 Jan 1833, next 29 Jan 1833

Genre (burlesque) historical, comical, operatical, travestical, burletta; 1 act

First Night Cast

Othello (the moor of Fleet Street): John Reeve; Iago (his deputy): [Frederick H.] Yates; Cassio (a city marshalman): S[tephen] Smith; Roderigo (a sergeant of police): King; Bassanio (a brazier): Bayne; Duke of Dowgate Hill (Lord Mayor): Phillips; city marshals, policemen: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt, Price, Green, Walsh, Gillett; Desdemona: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Emelia: Mrs. Daly public characters Chirupping Joe, Ballad Bob, Chaunting Jack, Billy Bow-wow, Dummy Fin, Cadger Tom, Blind Jenny, Touching Sue: Morris, Ashton, Gifford, Willson, Phillips Jr., [James] Paulo, Gregory, other public characters: Miss [Millie?] Barnett, Miss Freeman, M? Woodyer, Miss Elder, Miss Rayner, Miss Walsh, Miss Blake, Miss Jackson, Miss Beaumont

Reference Cast

Othello: John Reeve
Iago: Frederick H. Yates
Cassio: Stephen Smith
Roderigo: King
Bassanio: Bayne
Duke of Dowgate Hill: Phillips
city marshals, policemen:
   Frederick H. Mordaunt
   Price
   Green
   Walsh
   Gillett
Desdemona: Mrs. Edward
   Fitzwilliam

Emelia: Mrs. Daly
Chirupping Joe, Ballad Bob,
   Chaunting Jack, Billy Bow-wow,
   Dummy Fin, Cadger Tom, Blind
   Jenny, Touching Sue:
   Morris
   Ashton
   Gifford
   Willson
   Phillips Jr.
   James Paulo
   Gregory
other public characters:
   Miss Millie? Barnett
   Miss Freeman
   M? Woodyer
   Miss Elder
   Miss Rayner
   Miss Walsh
   Miss Blake
   Miss Jackson
   Miss Beaumont

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (29)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 26 Jan 1833, next 29 Jan 1833


29 Jan 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
28 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (20)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 28 Jan 1833, next 31 Jan 1833

2) Othello; or, The Moor of Fleet Street (2)

Performances first 28 Jan 1833, previous 28 Jan 1833, next 31 Jan 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (30)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 28 Jan 1833, next 31 Jan 1833


30 Jan 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi

DARK: Martyr's Day


31 Jan 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (21)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 29 Jan 1833, next 1 Feb 1833

2) Othello; or, The Moor of Fleet Street (3)

Performances first 28 Jan 1833, previous 29 Jan 1833, next 1 Feb 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (31)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 29 Jan 1833, next 1 Feb 1833


1 Feb 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (22)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 31 Jan 1833, next 2 Feb 1833

2) Othello; or, The Moor of Fleet Street (4)

Performances first 28 Jan 1833, previous 31 Jan 1833, next 2 Feb 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (32)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 31 Jan 1833, next 2 Feb 1833


2 Feb 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (23)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 1 Feb 1833, next 4 Feb 1833

2) Othello; or, The Moor of Fleet Street (5)

Performances first 28 Jan 1833, previous 1 Feb 1833, next 4 Feb 1833

3) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (33)

Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 1 Feb 1833, next 30 Mar 1833


4 Feb 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
4 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (24)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 2 Feb 1833, next 5 Feb 1833

Cast truncated in the source

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Times gives subtitle as London Lore AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, next 5 Feb 1833

Genre (farce) new burletta

First Night Cast

Mr. Dormer: W. Bennett; Augustus Drummond: [John B.] Buckstone; Edward: [Henry?] Hemming; Honorable Charles Cheverile: [Frederick H.] Yates; servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt; Cecile: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Emily: Mrs. Daly

Reference Cast

Mr. Dormer: W. Bennett
Augustus Drummond: John B.
   Buckstone

Edward: Henry? Hemming
Honorable Charles Cheverile:
   Frederick H. Yates

Cecile: Mrs. Frederick H. Yates
Emily: Mrs. Daly

3) Cupid (79)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 26 Jan 1833, next 5 Feb 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

grand ballet (travesty)

4) Othello; or, The Moor of Fleet Street (6)

Performances first 28 Jan 1833, previous 2 Feb 1833, next 5 Feb 1833

Cast truncated in the source


5 Feb 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
4 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (25)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 4 Feb 1833, next 6 Feb 1833

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (2)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 4 Feb 1833, next 6 Feb 1833

Cast as reference cast (4 Feb 1833)

ADDS servant: Frederick H.
  Mordaunt

3) Cupid (80)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 4 Feb 1833, next 6 Feb 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

4) Othello; or, The Moor of Fleet Street (7)

Performances first 28 Jan 1833, previous 4 Feb 1833, next 6 Feb 1833


6 Feb 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
4 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (26)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 5 Feb 1833, next 7 Feb 1833

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (3)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 5 Feb 1833, next 7 Feb 1833

Cast as reference cast (4 Feb 1833)

ADDS servant: Frederick H.
  Mordaunt

3) Cupid (81)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 5 Feb 1833, next 7 Feb 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

4) Othello; or, The Moor of Fleet Street (8)

Performances first 28 Jan 1833, previous 5 Feb 1833, next 7 Feb 1833


7 Feb 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
4 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (27)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 6 Feb 1833, next 8 Feb 1833

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (4)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 6 Feb 1833, next 8 Feb 1833

Cast as reference cast (4 Feb 1833)

ADDS servant: Frederick H.
  Mordaunt

3) Cupid (82)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 6 Feb 1833, next 8 Feb 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

4) Othello; or, The Moor of Fleet Street (9)

Performances first 28 Jan 1833, previous 6 Feb 1833, next 8 Feb 1833


8 Feb 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
4 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (28)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 7 Feb 1833, next 9 Feb 1833

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (5)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 7 Feb 1833, next 9 Feb 1833

Cast as reference cast (4 Feb 1833)

ADDS servant: Frederick H.
  Mordaunt

3) Cupid (83)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 7 Feb 1833, next 9 Feb 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

4) Othello; or, The Moor of Fleet Street (10)

Performances first 28 Jan 1833, previous 7 Feb 1833, next 9 Feb 1833


9 Feb 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
4 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (29)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 8 Feb 1833, next 11 Feb 1833

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (6)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 8 Feb 1833, next 11 Feb 1833

Cast as reference cast (4 Feb 1833)

ADDS servant: Frederick H.
  Mordaunt

3) Cupid (84)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 8 Feb 1833, next 25 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

BUT Mr. Slykey: Willson

4) Othello; or, The Moor of Fleet Street (11)

Performances first 28 Jan 1833, previous 8 Feb 1833, next 30 Mar 1833


11 Feb 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
11 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; billed this wk only as Bravo; or, A Story of Venice; based on Cooper's novel, The Bravo AU: [John B. Buckstone], COMP: George H. Rodwell Au Comm "By the author of Henriette, Victorine, Wreck Ashore" (bill)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, next 12 Feb 1833

Genre (melodrama) entirely new romantic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Jacopo Frontini, the Bravo: [Frederick H.] Yates; Doge of Venice: Gallot; Gradenigo (a senator): Bayne; Don Camilio (Neapolitan noble): [Henry?] Hemming; Gino (his gondolier): [John B.] Buckstone; Giacomo: Franks; Anselmo (a Carmelite): W. Bennett; Enrico (gondolier): Gibson; Tolomeo Toso (water-seller): John Reeve; Antonio (fisherman): O. Smith; Luigi (an officer): Morris; Stefano (smuggler): [John] Sanders; Herald: S[tephen] Smith; fishermen: Walsh, Gifford, Green, Price, Ashton; Donna Violetta (ward of gradenigo): Mrs. [Laura] Honey; Anina (a wine-seller's daughter): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Florinda: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello; Gessina (the jailor's daughter): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; masks, Jews, Turks, senators, cavaliers, officers: [Unlisted]

Reference Cast

Jacopo Frontini, the Bravo:
   Frederick H. Yates

Doge of Venice: Gallot
Gradenigo: Bayne
Don Camilio: Henry? Hemming
Gino: John B. Buckstone
Giacomo: Franks
Anselmo: W. Bennett
Enrico: Gibson
Tolomeo Toso: John Reeve
Antonio: O. Smith
Luigi: Morris
Stefano: John Sanders
Herald: Stephen Smith
fishermen:
   Walsh
   Gifford
   Green
   Price
   Ashton
Donna Violetta: Mrs. Laura
   Honey

Anina: Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam
Florinda: Miss Cecilia? Novello
Gessina: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

masks, Jews, Turks, senators,
   cavaliers, officers: Unlisted

DIR: [Frederick H.] Yates

the competitors, the race, and the presenting of the prizes by the Doge

1. the grand square of St. Mark; 2. tapestried chamber in Gradenigo's palace; 3. the Balbi Palace on the canal; 4. the Grand Canal; 5. splendid state gallery, the Bucentaur; 6. oratory and chamber in the palace of Violetta; 7. shore of the Lido by moonlight; 8. the Rialto, the State Prison, and the Bridge of Sighs; 9. a cell in the State Prison; 10. the Grand Square; 11. ante-chamber in the Ducal palace; 12. the giant's staircase

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (7)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 9 Feb 1833, next 12 Feb 1833

3) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (30)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 9 Feb 1833, next 12 Feb 1833


12 Feb 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
11 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (2)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 11 Feb 1833, next 13 Feb 1833

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (8)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 11 Feb 1833, next 13 Feb 1833

3) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (31)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 11 Feb 1833, next 13 Feb 1833


13 Feb 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
11 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (3)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 12 Feb 1833, next 14 Feb 1833

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (9)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 12 Feb 1833, next 14 Feb 1833

3) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (32)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 12 Feb 1833, next 14 Feb 1833


14 Feb 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
11 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (4)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 13 Feb 1833, next 15 Feb 1833

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (10)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 13 Feb 1833, next 15 Feb 1833

3) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (33)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 13 Feb 1833, next 15 Feb 1833


15 Feb 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
11 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (5)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 14 Feb 1833, next 16 Feb 1833

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (11)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 14 Feb 1833, next 16 Feb 1833

3) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (34)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 14 Feb 1833, next 16 Feb 1833


16 Feb 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
11 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (6)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 15 Feb 1833, next 18 Feb 1833

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (12)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 15 Feb 1833, next 18 Feb 1833

3) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (35)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 15 Feb 1833, next 18 Feb 1833


18 Feb 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
18 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (7)

Title Comment hereafter titled Jacopo the bravo; or, A Story of Venice Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 16 Feb 1833, next 19 Feb 1833

Cast Comment alternate LTM bill shows Florinda: Miss Alleyne

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (13)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 16 Feb 1833, next 19 Feb 1833

3) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (36)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 16 Feb 1833, next 19 Feb 1833


19 Feb 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
18 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (8)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 18 Feb 1833, next 21 Feb 1833

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (14)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 18 Feb 1833, next 21 Feb 1833

3) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (37)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 18 Feb 1833, next 21 Feb 1833


20 Feb 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi

DARK: Ash Wednesday


21 Feb 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
18 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (9)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 19 Feb 1833, next 23 Feb 1833

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (15)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 19 Feb 1833, next 23 Feb 1833

3) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (38)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 19 Feb 1833, next 23 Feb 1833


22 Feb 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
22 Feb 1833
bill
NN

Special Performance Lent: Yates's Views, Reeve's Bachelor's Torments


23 Feb 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
18 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (10)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 21 Feb 1833, next 25 Feb 1833

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (16)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 21 Feb 1833, next 25 Mar 1833

3) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (39)

Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 21 Feb 1833, next 25 Mar 1833

tableau optique: "World of Magic", Henry L. Childe

tableau: "Venus Rising from the Sea", Mrs. [Laura] Honey; tableau anime: "The Old Block and His Three Chips"; tableau: "Cupid and Psyche", Miss Slade, Mrs. [Laura] Honey


25 Feb 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
25 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (11)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 23 Feb 1833, next 26 Feb 1833

2) Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (1)

AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 25 Feb 1833, next 26 Feb 1833

Genre (drama) domestic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Alexandre (roue): [Frederick H.] Yates; Michael (journeyman upholsterer): [Henry?] Hemming; Macaire: [John] Sanders; Mr. Bonassus (jeweller): John Reeve; Blaise (his man): [John B.] Buckstone; Cisar Chanteloupe (old soldier of the Imperial Army): O. Smith; sergeants of the National Guard: S[tephen] Smith, Morris; Victorine (an embroideress): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly; Louise: Mrs. Gallot; Elise (a semptress): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam

Cast Comment O. Smith's role present but his name omitted.

Reference Cast

Alexandre: Frederick H. Yates
Michael: Henry? Hemming
Macaire: John Sanders
Mr. Bonassus: John Reeve
Blaise: John B. Buckstone
Cisar Chanteloupe: O. Smith
sergeants of the National Guard:
   Stephen Smith
   Morris
Victorine: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly
Louise: Mrs. Gallot
Elise: Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam
Justine: Miss Leone Griffiths


26 Feb 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
25 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (12)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 25 Feb 1833, next 28 Feb 1833

2) Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (2)

Performances first 25 Feb 1833, previous 25 Feb 1833, next 28 Feb 1833

Cast as reference cast (25 Feb 1833)

OMITS Justine: Miss Leone
  Griffiths


27 Feb 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
27 Feb 1833
bill
NN

Special Performance Lent: Yates's Views, Reeve's Bachelor's Torments


28 Feb 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
25 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (13)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 26 Feb 1833, next 2 Mar 1833

2) Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (3)

Performances first 25 Feb 1833, previous 26 Feb 1833, next 2 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (25 Feb 1833)

OMITS Justine: Miss Leone
  Griffiths

tableau: "Conrad and Gulnare", Miss Daly, Gallot replaces tableau anime "The Old Block and His Three Chips"


1 Mar 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
27 Feb 1833
bill
NN

Special Performance Lent: Yates's Views, Reeve's Bachelor's Torments


2 Mar 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
25 Feb 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (14)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 28 Feb 1833, next 4 Mar 1833

2) Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (4)

Performances first 25 Feb 1833, previous 28 Feb 1833, next 4 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (25 Feb 1833)

OMITS Justine: Miss Leone
  Griffiths


4 Mar 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
4 Mar 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (15)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 2 Mar 1833, next 5 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1833)

BUT Florinda: Miss Alleyne

2) Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (5)

Performances first 25 Feb 1833, previous 2 Mar 1833, next 5 Mar 1833


5 Mar 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
4 Mar 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (16)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 4 Mar 1833, next 7 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1833)

BUT Florinda: Miss Alleyne

2) Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (6)

Performances first 25 Feb 1833, previous 4 Mar 1833, next 7 Mar 1833


6 Mar 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
6 Mar 1833
bill
NN

Special Performance Lent: Yates's Views, Reeve's Bachelor's Torments


7 Mar 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
4 Mar 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (17)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 5 Mar 1833, next 9 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1833)

BUT Florinda: Miss Alleyne

2) Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (7)

Performances first 25 Feb 1833, previous 5 Mar 1833, next 9 Mar 1833


8 Mar 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
6 Mar 1833
bill
NN

Special Performance Lent: Yates's Views, Reeve's Bachelor's Torments


9 Mar 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
4 Mar 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (18)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 7 Mar 1833, next 11 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1833)

BUT Florinda: Miss Alleyne

2) Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (8)

Performances first 25 Feb 1833, previous 7 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (25 Feb 1833)

ADDS performers:
  Gallot
  Miss Daly


11 Mar 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
11 Mar 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (19)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 9 Mar 1833, next 12 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1833)

BUT Florinda: Miss Alleyne

2) The Old Block and His Three Chips (1)

Title Comment not to be confused with a tableau anime included in Bachelor's Torments CHOR: [Unknown]

Performances first 11 Mar 1833, next 12 Mar 1833

Genre (ballet) new ballet

First Night Cast

Old Block: [John] Sanders; Three Chips: Gibson, King, Brown; Dame Louise and her three chicks: Miss Blake, Miss [Leone] Griffiths, Miss Lane, Miss Slade; Rose: Miss Rose; Auguste: Miss H. Lane

Cast Comment Miss Blake rendered as "Balke" in this pc only

Reference Cast

Old Block: John Sanders
Three Chips:
   Gibson
   King
   Brown
Dame Louise and her three chicks:
   Miss Blake
   Miss Leone Griffiths
   Miss Lane
   Miss Slade
Rose: Miss Rose
Auguste: Miss H. Lane

3) The Wreck Ashore [; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea] (1)

AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 11 Mar 1833, next 12 Mar 1833

Genre (melodrama) popular domestic burletta; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Miles Bertram: [Frederick H.] Yates; Walter Bernard: [Henry?] Hemming; Grampus: O. Smith; Marmaduke Magog: John Reeve; Jemmy Starling: [John B.] Buckstone; Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith; Bella: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Dame Bernard: Mrs. Daly

Cast Comment cast truncated in the source; Role of Walter Bernard rendered as "Wa,les Bernord"

Reference Cast

Miles Bertram: Frederick H.
   Yates

Walter Bernard: Henry? Hemming
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog: John Reeve
Jemmy Starling: John B.
   Buckstone
Blackadder: Stephen Smith
Bella: Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam
Alice: Mrs. Frederick H. Yates
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Daly


12 Mar 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
11 Mar 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (20)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 11 Mar 1833, next 14 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1833)

BUT Florinda: Miss Alleyne

2) The Old Block and His Three Chips (2)

Performances first 11 Mar 1833, previous 11 Mar 1833, next 14 Mar 1833

3) The Wreck Ashore [; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea] (2)

Performances first 11 Mar 1833, previous 11 Mar 1833, next 14 Mar 1833


13 Mar 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
13 Mar 1833
bill
NN

Special Performance Lent: Yates's Views, Reeve's Bachelor's Torments


14 Mar 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
11 Mar 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (21)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 12 Mar 1833, next 16 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1833)

BUT Florinda: Miss Alleyne

2) The Old Block and His Three Chips (3)

Performances first 11 Mar 1833, previous 12 Mar 1833, next 16 Mar 1833

3) The Wreck Ashore [; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea] (3)

Performances first 11 Mar 1833, previous 12 Mar 1833, next 16 Mar 1833


15 Mar 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
13 Mar 1833
bill
NN

Special Performance Lent: Yates's Views, Reeve's Bachelor's Torments


16 Mar 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
11 Mar 1833
bill
NN

1) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (22)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 14 Mar 1833, next 18 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1833)

BUT Florinda: Miss Alleyne

2) The Old Block and His Three Chips (4)

Performances first 11 Mar 1833, previous 14 Mar 1833, next 18 Mar 1833

3) The Wreck Ashore [; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea] (4)

Performances first 11 Mar 1833, previous 14 Mar 1833


18 Mar 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
18 Mar 1833
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (53)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 5 Jan 1833, next 19 Mar 1833

Cast truncated in the source

2) The Old Block and His Three Chips (5)

Performances first 11 Mar 1833, previous 16 Mar 1833, next 19 Mar 1833

3) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (23)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 16 Mar 1833, next 19 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1833)

BUT Florinda: Miss Alleyne


19 Mar 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
18 Mar 1833
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (54)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 18 Mar 1833, next 21 Mar 1833

2) The Old Block and His Three Chips (6)

Performances first 11 Mar 1833, previous 18 Mar 1833, next 21 Mar 1833

3) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (24)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 18 Mar 1833, next 21 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1833)

BUT Florinda: Miss Alleyne


20 Mar 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
20 Mar 1833
bill
NN

Special Performance Lent: Yates's Views, Reeve's Bachelor's Torments


21 Mar 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
18 Mar 1833
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (55)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 19 Mar 1833, next 23 Mar 1833

2) The Old Block and His Three Chips (7)

Performances first 11 Mar 1833, previous 19 Mar 1833, next 23 Mar 1833

3) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (25)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 19 Mar 1833, next 23 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1833)

BUT Florinda: Miss Alleyne


22 Mar 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
20 Mar 1833
bill
NN

Special Performance Lent: Yates's Views, Reeve's Bachelor's Torments


23 Mar 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
18 Mar 1833
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (56)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 21 Mar 1833, next 25 Mar 1833

2) The Old Block and His Three Chips (8)

Performances first 11 Mar 1833, previous 21 Mar 1833

3) Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice (26)

Performances first 11 Feb 1833, previous 21 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1833)

BUT Florinda: Miss Alleyne


25 Mar 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
25 Mar 1833
bill
LTM

Source Comment Variant NN bill misdated "Monday, March 26" Special Performance Benefit: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates

1) Henriette the Forsaken (57)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 23 Mar 1833, next 26 Mar 1833

2) Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love (17)

Performances first 4 Feb 1833, previous 23 Feb 1833

3) Cupid (85)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 9 Feb 1833, next 26 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

OMITS The Three Graces: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello

ADDS The Three Graces: Miss
  Jackson

4) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (40)

Title Comment last act only Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 23 Feb 1833, next 28 Mar 1833


26 Mar 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
26 Mar 1833
bill
NN

Special Performance Benefit: John Reeve

1) Henriette the Forsaken (58)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 25 Mar 1833, next 28 Mar 1833

2) The Middle Temple [; or, "Which Is My Son?"] (1)

Title Comment "By kind permission of S. J. Arnold, Esq." (bill) AU: [Richard B. Peake]

Performances first 26 Mar 1833

Genre (comic operetta) comic operetta

First Night Cast

Briefless: [Frederick H.] Yates; Brutus Hairbrain: John Reeve; Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett; Doggins: [John] Sanders; Noggins: Green; Hairbrain: Morris; Pounce: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt; John: Walsh; Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. Daly; Julia: Miss Daly; Penelope: Mrs. [Laura] Honey

Reference Cast

Briefless: Frederick H. Yates
Brutus Hairbrain: John Reeve
Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett
Doggins: John Sanders
Noggins: Green
Hairbrain: Morris
Pounce: Frederick H. Mordaunt
John: Walsh
Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. Daly
Julia: Miss Daly
Penelope: Mrs. Laura Honey

3) One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement (1)

AU: [John Reeve]

Performances first 26 Mar 1833, next 30 Mar 1833

Genre (extravaganza) extravaganza

First Night Cast

Old Coupleton: Bayne; John: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt; Harry Alias: John Reeve; Sir Peter Teazle: John Reeve; Dr. Endall: John Reeve; Sam Dabbs: John Reeve; an actor: John Reeve; Sophy Coupleton: Miss Alleyne

Reference Cast

Old Coupleton: Bayne
John: Frederick H. Mordaunt
Harry Alias: John Reeve
Sir Peter Teazle: John Reeve
Dr. Endall: John Reeve
Sam Dabbs: John Reeve
an actor: John Reeve
Sophy Coupleton: Miss Alleyne

"The Hoppulant Man" [Jonathan Blewitt], John Reeve

4) Cupid (86)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 25 Mar 1833, next 28 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

OMITS The Three Graces: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello

ADDS The Three Graces: Miss
  Jackson

Cast truncated in the source

General Non-Title Information

"When First Upon the Lago Maggiore", John Reeve; "Sweet Violets", Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; serenade: "Come Down to the Lattice", Franks; "Young Susan Had Lovers", Mrs. [Laura] Honey; "My Village Fair", Gifford; duet: "I Love Thee", Franks, Mrs. [Laura] Honey; mock bravura: "Description of a Ballet", John Reeve


27 Mar 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
27 Mar 1833
bill
NN

Special Performance Lent: Yates's Views, Reeve's Bachelor's Torments


28 Mar 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
28 Mar 1833
bill
NN

Special Performance Benefit: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam

1) Henriette the Forsaken (59)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 26 Mar 1833, next 30 Mar 1833

2) Mischief-Making (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 28 Mar 1833

Genre (interlude) popular musical burletta

First Night Cast

Henry Desgrais: S[tephen] Smith; Oliver: Bayne; Nicholas (carpenter): [John B.] Buckstone; Madame Manette (washerwoman): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Therese: Mrs. [Laura] Honey; Jacquette: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello; Louise: Miss [Leone] Griffiths; Janette: Miss Alleyne

Reference Cast

Henry Desgrais: Stephen Smith
Oliver: Bayne
Nicholas: John B. Buckstone
Madame Manette: Mrs. Edward
   Fitzwilliam

Therese: Mrs. Laura Honey
Jacquette: Miss Cecilia?
   Novello

Louise: Miss Leone Griffiths
Janette: Miss Alleyne

mock Italian bravura: "Chatter! Chatter! Chatter!" [Jonathan Blewitt], Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam song from Jacopo the Brave

3) Cupid (87)

Performances first 1 Oct 1832, previous 26 Mar 1833

Cast as reference cast (1 Oct 1832)

OMITS The Three Graces: Miss
  Beaumont

ADDS The Three Graces: Miss
  Jackson

4) Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (41)

Title Comment last act only Performances first 7 Jan 1833, previous 25 Mar 1833


29 Mar 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
27 Mar 1833
bill
NN

Special Performance Lent: Yates's Views, Reeve's Bachelor's Torments


30 Mar 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
30 Mar 1833
bill
NN

1) Henriette the Forsaken (60)

Performances first 5 Nov 1832, previous 28 Mar 1833

2) One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement (2)

Performances first 26 Mar 1833, previous 26 Mar 1833

3) Othello; or, The Moor of Fleet Street (12)

Performances first 28 Jan 1833, previous 9 Feb 1833

4) Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs (34)

Title Comment four scenes only Performances first 26 Dec 1832, previous 2 Feb 1833

General Non-Title Information

Last night of the regular season


29 Apr 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
29 Apr 1833
bill
NN

Source Comment ms note on bill, "Apr 29"

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Also billed as Mr. Mathews At Home AU: Charles J. Mathews, Richard B. Peake

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, next 1 May 1833

Genre (entertainment) 2 parts

First Night Cast

Mr. Verjuice: Charles Mathews; Mr. Honey: Charles Mathews; Mr. Rigmarole: Charles Mathews; Mr. Tortoise (with the Times): Charles Mathews; Mr. Martin Swift (waiting for the paper): Charles Mathews; Schmidt (German waiter, waiting on them both): Charles Mathews; Mrs. Digby Jones: Charles Mathews; Monsieur Ventriloge: Charles Mathews; Josephus Jollyfat (a sketch in water colors): Charles Mathews; Sir Charles Primtattle: Charles Mathews

Reference Cast

Mr. Verjuice: Charles Mathews
Mr. Honey: Charles Mathews
Mr. Rigmarole: Charles Mathews
Mr. Tortoise: Charles Mathews
Mr. Martin Swift: Charles
   Mathews

Schmidt: Charles Mathews
Mrs. Digby Jones: Charles
   Mathews
Monsieur Ventriloge: Charles
   Mathews

Josephus Jollyfat: Charles
   Mathews

Sir Charles Primtattle: Charles
   Mathews


chaunt: "Modern Innovations" [Charles Mathews], Charles Mathews; "A Christening in Aldermanbury" [Charles Mathews], Charles Mathews; "Mansion House" [Charles Mathews], Charles Mathews; medley: "Street Melodists" [Charles Mathews], Charles Mathews; "General Election", Charles Mathews

embellishment: "Waiting for the Newspaper"

a coffee room

2) The Coach Wheel Off (1)

AU: Charles Mathews, Richard B. Peake

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, next 1 May 1833

Genre (monologue) monopolologue

First Night Cast

Colonel Catarrh (from Calcutta--cold): Charles Mathews; Miss Violet Catarrh (warm): Charles Mathews; Grump (coachman to the Colonel--luke warm): Charles Mathews; Simon Sparks (a blacksmith--blazing): Charles Mathews; Ensign Fitzmarigold Mackillady (red hot): Charles Mathews

Reference Cast

Colonel Catarrh: Charles
   Mathews

Miss Violet Catarrh: Charles
   Mathews

Grump: Charles Mathews
Simon Sparks: Charles Mathews
Ensign Fitzmarigold Mackillady:
   Charles Mathews

"Living adjuncts--a pair of coach horses and a cockatoo"


1 May 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
29 Apr 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (2)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 29 Apr 1833, next 3 May 1833

2) The Coach Wheel Off (2)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 29 Apr 1833, next 3 May 1833


3 May 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
29 Apr 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (3)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 1 May 1833, next 6 May 1833

2) The Coach Wheel Off (3)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 1 May 1833, next 6 May 1833


6 May 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
6 May 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (4)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 3 May 1833, next 8 May 1833

2) The Coach Wheel Off (4)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 3 May 1833, next 8 May 1833


8 May 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
6 May 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (5)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 6 May 1833, next 10 May 1833

2) The Coach Wheel Off (5)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 6 May 1833, next 10 May 1833


10 May 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
6 May 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (6)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 8 May 1833, next 13 May 1833

2) The Coach Wheel Off (6)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 8 May 1833, next 13 May 1833


13 May 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
13 May 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (7)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 10 May 1833, next 15 May 1833

2) The Coach Wheel Off (7)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 10 May 1833


15 May 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
15 May 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (8)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 13 May 1833, next 17 May 1833


17 May 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
13 May 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (9)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 15 May 1833, next 20 May 1833


20 May 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
20 May 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (10)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 17 May 1833, next 22 May 1833


22 May 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
20 May 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (11)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 20 May 1833, next 25 May 1833


25 May 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
20 May 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (12)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 22 May 1833, next 27 May 1833


27 May 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
27 May 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (13)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 25 May 1833, next 29 May 1833


29 May 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
27 May 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (14)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 27 May 1833, next 31 May 1833


31 May 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
27 May 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (15)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 29 May 1833, next 3 Jun 1833


3 Jun 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
3 Jun 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (16)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 31 May 1833, next 5 Jun 1833


5 Jun 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
3 Jun 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (17)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 3 Jun 1833, next 7 Jun 1833


7 Jun 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
3 Jun 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (18)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 5 Jun 1833, next 10 Jun 1833


10 Jun 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
3 Jun 1833
bill
NN

Source Comment MS dates on bill--10, 12, 14

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (19)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 7 Jun 1833, next 12 Jun 1833


12 Jun 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
3 Jun 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (20)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 10 Jun 1833, next 14 Jun 1833


14 Jun 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
3 Jun 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (21)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 12 Jun 1833, next 17 Jun 1833


17 Jun 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
17 Jun 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (22)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 14 Jun 1833, next 19 Jun 1833


19 Jun 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
17 Jun 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (23)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 17 Jun 1833, next 21 Jun 1833


21 Jun 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
17 Jun 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (24)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 19 Jun 1833, next 24 Jun 1833


24 Jun 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
24 Jun 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (25)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 21 Jun 1833, next 26 Jun 1833


26 Jun 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
24 Jun 1833
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1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (26)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 24 Jun 1833, next 28 Jun 1833


28 Jun 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
24 Jun 1833
bill
NN

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (27)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 26 Jun 1833, next 1 Jul 1833


1 Jul 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
1 Jul 1833
bill
BL

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (28)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 28 Jun 1833, next 3 Jul 1833


3 Jul 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
1 Jul 1833
bill
BL

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (29)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 1 Jul 1833, next 5 Jul 1833


5 Jul 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
1 Jul 1833
bill
BL

1) The Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (30)

Performances first 29 Apr 1833, previous 3 Jul 1833

Theatre Information

Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Doors open 6:30, curtain 6:45, half price 8:30.

Ticket prices: box 4/-, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

1 October 1832 - 5 July 1833 182 performances: 182 evening

Benefit (3): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates (25 Mar 1833)
John Reeve (26 Mar 1833)
Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam (28 Mar 1833)
Dark (4): Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1832, 25 Dec 1832)
Martyr's Day (30 Jan 1833)
Ash Wednesday (20 Feb 1833)
Lent (11): Yates's Views, Reeve's Bachelor's Torments (22 Feb 1833, 27 Feb 1833, 1 Mar 1833, 6 Mar 1833, 8 Mar 1833, 13 Mar 1833, 15 Mar 1833, 20 Mar 1833, 22 Mar 1833, 27 Mar 1833, 29 Mar 1833)

Theatre Management And Functionaries

Authors

Beazley, Samuel, Jr. Divorce, The (22 Oct 1832)
Bernard, William B. Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832)
Buckstone, John B. Bad Business (19 Nov 1832)
Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832)
Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832)
Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833)
Mischief-Making (28 Mar 1833)
Pet of the Petticoats, The (1 Oct 1832)
Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (3 Dec 1832)
Victorine (25 Feb 1833)
Wreck Ashore, The (11 Mar 1833)
Fitzball, Edward Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833)
Mathews, Charles Coach Wheel Off, The (29 Apr 1833)
Mathews, Charles J. Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833, The (29 Apr 1833)
Millingen, John G. Cupid (1 Oct 1832)
Peake, Richard B. Coach Wheel Off, The (29 Apr 1833)
Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833, The (29 Apr 1833)
Middle Temple, The (26 Mar 1833)
Reeve, John One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement (26 Mar 1833)
Unknown Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832)
Howlet's Haunt, The (10 Dec 1832)
Mr. Busy (3 Dec 1832)
Twenty Thousand Pounds (4 Feb 1833)
Westmacott, Charles M. Othello (28 Jan 1833)

Musical Composers And Arrangers

Barnett, John Pet of the Petticoats, The (1 Oct 1832)
Bishop, Henry R. Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833)
Callcott, William H. Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832)
Rodwell, George H. Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833)
Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832)
Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832)
Howlet's Haunt, The (10 Dec 1832)
Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833)
Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832)

Choreographers

Unknown Old Block and His Three Chips, The (11 Mar 1833)

Actors

Ashton

unnamed Crimson Crimer (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); millers, guests, falconers, slaves (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); lords (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); St. Jean (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Ben (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); fishermen (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Chirupping Joe, Ballad Bob, Chaunting Jack, Billy Bow-wow, Dummy Fin, Cadger Tom, Blind Jenny, Touching Sue (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Hudson's spirit crew (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832)

Avis

Lord Partial (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833)

Bayne

Count Crimini (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Geronimo (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); Joseph (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Squire Felton (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Gradenigo (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Oliver (1) in Mischief-Making (28 Mar 1833); Old Coupleton (2) in One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement (26 Mar 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Bassanio (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Nicholas Vedder (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Nicholas Vedder, guardian of Katrine (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832)

Bennett, W.

Anselmo (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Mr. Prettyman (1) in Middle Temple (26 Mar 1833); Peter (10) in Mr. Busy (3 Dec 1832 - 29 Dec 1832); Job (30) in Pet of the Petticoats (1 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Peter Schuyp (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Mr. Dormer (17) in Twenty Thousand Pounds (4 Feb 1833 - 25 Mar 1833)

Brown

Pantaloon (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Antoine (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); poachers (6) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 15 Dec 1832); Three Chips (8) in Old Block and His Three Chips (11 Mar 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Herman Scowe (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832)

Buckstone, John B.

Monsieur La Ronde (12) in Divorce (22 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Nicholas (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); Pierre Gigot, peasant (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Pierre Gigot (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Matty Martlett (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Gino (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Nicholas (1) in Mischief-Making (28 Mar 1833); Mons. Zephyr (30) in Pet of the Petticoats (1 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Mr. Samuel Spry (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Augustus Drummond (17) in Twenty Thousand Pounds (4 Feb 1833 - 25 Mar 1833); Blaise (8) in Victorine (25 Feb 1833 - 9 Mar 1833); Jemmy Starling (4) in Wreck Ashore (11 Mar 1833 - 16 Mar 1833)

Calkin, Master

perspective robbers (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); cooks (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833)

Franks

Valentine (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); St. Albin (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Giacomo (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Captain Achille (30) in Pet of the Petticoats (1 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Lieutenant, an English officer (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Colonel Courtney (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Spencer (6) in Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (3 Dec 1832 - 8 Dec 1832)

Gallot

Mr. Gong (30) in Bad Business (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Mr. Belville (12) in Divorce (22 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Doge of Venice (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Phalim (6) in Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (3 Dec 1832 - 8 Dec 1832); performers (1) in Victorine (9 Mar 1833)

Gibson

Sir Cinque (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Harlequin (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); comptors (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); officer of blockade (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Enrico (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Three Chips (8) in Old Block and His Three Chips (11 Mar 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Baltus Brickenlaw (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832)

Gifford

Pistolini (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); millers, guests, falconers, slaves (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); Sir Whack (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); chasseurs (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Van Scheden (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); fishermen (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Chirupping Joe, Ballad Bob, Chaunting Jack, Billy Bow-wow, Dummy Fin, Cadger Tom, Blind Jenny, Touching Sue (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Paddy (6) in Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (3 Dec 1832 - 8 Dec 1832)

Gillett

virtuous vassals (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); millers, guests, falconers, slaves (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); lords (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); guests, servants (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); constables (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); city marshals, policemen (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

Green

Cutthroatini (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); millers, guests, falconers, slaves (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); lords (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Varincourt (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Shark (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); fishermen (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Noggins (1) in Middle Temple (26 Mar 1833); city marshals, policemen (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Hudson's spirit crew (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832)

Gregory

millers, guests, falconers, slaves (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); guests, servants (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); constables (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Chirupping Joe, Ballad Bob, Chaunting Jack, Billy Bow-wow, Dummy Fin, Cadger Tom, Blind Jenny, Touching Sue (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

Hemming, Henry?

Monsieur De Merville (12) in Divorce (22 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Captain Beauvilliers (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Mr. Rushton (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Don Camilio (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Charles Villars (10) in Mr. Busy (3 Dec 1832 - 29 Dec 1832); Colonel Belair (30) in Pet of the Petticoats (1 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Izak Schuyp (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Edward (17) in Twenty Thousand Pounds (4 Feb 1833 - 25 Mar 1833); Sir Charles Crazy (6) in Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (3 Dec 1832 - 8 Dec 1832); Michael (8) in Victorine (25 Feb 1833 - 9 Mar 1833); Walter Bernard (4) in Wreck Ashore (11 Mar 1833 - 16 Mar 1833)

Henry

constables (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832)

Jones

Dark Diamond (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832)

Kelly, Master

perspective robbers (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Master Juan Manuel Sancho (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833)

King

Gagger (30) in Bad Business (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Bloodybonio (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Bamboo (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); clowns (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); poachers (6) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 15 Dec 1832); Three Chips (8) in Old Block and His Three Chips (11 Mar 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Roderigo (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Yost de Hogan (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); nigger (6) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 6 Oct 1832); Dionisius (36) in Rip Van Winkle (8 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832)

Mathews, Charles

Colonel Catarrh (7) in Coach Wheel Off (29 Apr 1833 - 13 May 1833); Miss Violet Catarrh (7) in Coach Wheel Off (29 Apr 1833 - 13 May 1833); Grump (7) in Coach Wheel Off (29 Apr 1833 - 13 May 1833); Simon Sparks (7) in Coach Wheel Off (29 Apr 1833 - 13 May 1833); Ensign Fitzmarigold Mackillady (7) in Coach Wheel Off (29 Apr 1833 - 13 May 1833); Mr. Verjuice (30) in Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (29 Apr 1833 - 5 Jul 1833); Mr. Honey (30) in Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (29 Apr 1833 - 5 Jul 1833); Mr. Rigmarole (30) in Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (29 Apr 1833 - 5 Jul 1833); Mr. Tortoise (30) in Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (29 Apr 1833 - 5 Jul 1833); Mr. Martin Swift (30) in Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (29 Apr 1833 - 5 Jul 1833); Schmidt (30) in Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (29 Apr 1833 - 5 Jul 1833); Mrs. Digby Jones (30) in Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (29 Apr 1833 - 5 Jul 1833); Monsieur Ventriloge (30) in Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (29 Apr 1833 - 5 Jul 1833); Josephus Jollyfat (30) in Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (29 Apr 1833 - 5 Jul 1833); Sir Charles Primtattle (30) in Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833 (29 Apr 1833 - 5 Jul 1833)

Mordaunt, Frederick H.

virtuous vassals (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Jacques (12) in Divorce (22 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); millers, guests, falconers, slaves (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); Sir Ace (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); chasseurs (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); comptors (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); poachers (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Pounce (1) in Middle Temple (26 Mar 1833); John (2) in One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement (26 Mar 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); city marshals, policemen (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); servant (6) in Twenty Thousand Pounds (4 Feb 1833 - 9 Feb 1833)

Morris

Bogi (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Perez (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); Sir Smasher (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); chasseurs (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Big Breeches (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Luigi (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Hairbrain (1) in Middle Temple (26 Mar 1833); Chirupping Joe, Ballad Bob, Chaunting Jack, Billy Bow-wow, Dummy Fin, Cadger Tom, Blind Jenny, Touching Sue (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Captain Canonnade (27) in Pet of the Petticoats (4 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Ensign Bannier (3) in Pet of the Petticoats (1 Oct 1832 - 3 Oct 1832); Hudson's spirit crew (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Rattle (6) in Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (3 Dec 1832 - 8 Dec 1832); sergeants of the National Guard (8) in Victorine (25 Feb 1833 - 9 Mar 1833)

Paulo, James

Puff'emorf (30) in Bad Business (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); virtuous vassals (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); millers, guests, falconers, slaves (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); cooks (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); guests, servants (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Chirupping Joe, Ballad Bob, Chaunting Jack, Billy Bow-wow, Dummy Fin, Cadger Tom, Blind Jenny, Touching Sue (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

Phillips

Payorder (30) in Bad Business (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Father Geranium (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); millers, guests, falconers, slaves (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); Lord Hangatonce (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); guests, servants (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); comptors (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); poachers (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Duke of Dowgate Hill (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); unnamed Dutchman (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832)

Phillips, Jr.

Screw (30) in Bad Business (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Tremblespooni (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); millers, guests, falconers, slaves (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); cooks (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); guests, servants (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); poachers (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Chirupping Joe, Ballad Bob, Chaunting Jack, Billy Bow-wow, Dummy Fin, Cadger Tom, Blind Jenny, Touching Sue (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

Price

Daggerini (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); millers, guests, falconers, slaves (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); lords (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); chasseurs (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Moonseye (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); fishermen (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); city marshals, policemen (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Hudson's spirit crew (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832)

Ransford, Edwin

Captain Canonnade (3) in Pet of the Petticoats (1 Oct 1832 - 3 Oct 1832)

Reeve, John

John Reeve (30) in Bad Business (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Diavolo Stabberini (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Master Smith (87) in Cupid (1 Oct 1832 - 28 Mar 1833); Sir Porus Filter (12) in Divorce (22 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Sacho Panza (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); The Chevalier Pirouette (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Chevalier Pirouette (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Hardingbrass Huxtable (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Tolomeo Toso (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Brutus Hairbrain (1) in Middle Temple (26 Mar 1833); Mr. Busy (10) in Mr. Busy (3 Dec 1832 - 29 Dec 1832); Harry Alias (2) in One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement (26 Mar 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Sir Peter Teazle (2) in One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement (26 Mar 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Dr. Endall (2) in One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement (26 Mar 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Sam Dabbs (2) in One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement (26 Mar 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); an actor (2) in One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement (26 Mar 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Othello (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Ebenezer Twang (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Mr. Brigadier Twang (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Mr. Bonassus (8) in Victorine (25 Feb 1833 - 9 Mar 1833); Marmaduke Magog (4) in Wreck Ashore (11 Mar 1833 - 16 Mar 1833)

Richardson

virtuous vassals (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); poachers (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832)

Sanders, John

Splitherini (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Mr. Slykey (69) in Cupid (1 Oct 1832 - 28 Mar 1833); Pam (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); clowns (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Francois (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Lieutenant (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Stefano (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Doggins (1) in Middle Temple (26 Mar 1833); Old Block (8) in Old Block and His Three Chips (11 Mar 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Jacob Wappenbach (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Hans Wappenbach (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Snatch (6) in Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (3 Dec 1832 - 8 Dec 1832); Macaire (8) in Victorine (25 Feb 1833 - 9 Mar 1833)

Smith, O.

The Signior (30) in Bad Business (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Young Edwy (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Mr. Vulcan Smith (87) in Cupid (1 Oct 1832 - 28 Mar 1833); Don Quixotte (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); Phillipe (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Davrell (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Antonio (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Hendrick Hudson (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Cisar Chanteloupe (8) in Victorine (25 Feb 1833 - 9 Mar 1833); Grampus (4) in Wreck Ashore (11 Mar 1833 - 16 Mar 1833)

Smith, Stephen

Rawheadonio (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Corporal Marsden (87) in Cupid (1 Oct 1832 - 28 Mar 1833); Captain Whiskeribos (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); Shilali (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Deroux (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Captain Crafter (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Herald (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Henry Desgrais (1) in Mischief-Making (28 Mar 1833); Cassio (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Ensign Bannier (27) in Pet of the Petticoats (4 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Hudson's spirit crew (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Captain Smith (6) in Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (3 Dec 1832 - 8 Dec 1832); sergeants of the National Guard (8) in Victorine (25 Feb 1833 - 9 Mar 1833); Blackadder (4) in Wreck Ashore (11 Mar 1833 - 16 Mar 1833)

Taylor, J.

constables (6) in Howlet's Haunt (17 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832)

Walsh

Sombroni (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); millers, guests, falconers, slaves (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); lords (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); chasseurs (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); La Cognac (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); fishermen (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); John (1) in Middle Temple (26 Mar 1833); city marshals, policemen (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Hudson's spirit crew (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832)

Willson

Blueblaze (30) in Bad Business (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); virtuous vassals (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Mr. Slykey (18) in Cupid (14 Jan 1833 - 9 Feb 1833); Coco (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); Cribdripping (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Cadet (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Chirupping Joe, Ballad Bob, Chaunting Jack, Billy Bow-wow, Dummy Fin, Cadger Tom, Blind Jenny, Touching Sue (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

Yates, Frederick H.

Monsieur (30) in Bad Business (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Mr.Mathews (30) in Bad Business (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Lord Clifford (12) in Divorce (22 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Cardenio (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); Ferdinand De Monval (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Marquis De Monval (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Richard Davrell (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Jacopo Frontini, the Bravo (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Briefless (1) in Middle Temple (26 Mar 1833); Mr. Frampton (10) in Mr. Busy (3 Dec 1832 - 29 Dec 1832); Iago (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Chevalier St. Pierre (30) in Pet of the Petticoats (1 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Rip Van Winkle, an aboriginal Dutchman, aged 55 (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Rip Van Winkle, helmsman of the , aged seventy-five (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Honorable Charles Cheverile (17) in Twenty Thousand Pounds (4 Feb 1833 - 25 Mar 1833); Mr. Thomas Tomkins (6) in Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (3 Dec 1832 - 8 Dec 1832); Alexandre (8) in Victorine (25 Feb 1833 - 9 Mar 1833); Miles Bertram (4) in Wreck Ashore (11 Mar 1833 - 16 Mar 1833)

Actresses

Alleyne, Miss

Countess (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Florinda (12) in Jacopo the Bravo (4 Mar 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Janette (1) in Mischief-Making (28 Mar 1833); Sophy Coupleton (2) in One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement (26 Mar 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Emma (30) in Pet of the Petticoats (1 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832)

Barnett, Miss C.

Rays of the Morning (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833)

Barnett, Miss Millie?

ladies of the court of Barataria (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); ladies of the court (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); guests, villagers (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); other public characters (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

Barnett, Miss S.

Rays of the Morning (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833)

Beaumont, Miss

The Three Graces (86) in Cupid (1 Oct 1832 - 26 Mar 1833); ladies of the court of Barataria (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); Ombre (4) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 29 Dec 1832); ladies of the court (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); guests, villagers (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); other public characters (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

Birch, Miss

Rays of the Morning (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833)

Blake, Miss

Maritornes (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); guests, villagers (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Dame Louise and her three chicks (8) in Old Block and His Three Chips (11 Mar 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); other public characters (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

Blanchard, Miss

Shadows of night (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833)

Chekini, Miss

Rays of the Morning (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833)

Daly, Miss

Cuddleina (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Mrs. Vulcan Smith (87) in Cupid (1 Oct 1832 - 28 Mar 1833); Miss Beauchamp (12) in Divorce (22 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Nox (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Marchioness De Monval (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Letitia Felton (12) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Julia (1) in Middle Temple (26 Mar 1833); Mrs. Frampton (10) in Mr. Busy (3 Dec 1832 - 29 Dec 1832); Madame Bravura (30) in Pet of the Petticoats (1 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Gertrude Vedder, aged seventeen (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Gertrude Vedder, aged thirty-seven (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Lady Crazy (6) in Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (3 Dec 1832 - 8 Dec 1832); performers (1) in Victorine (9 Mar 1833)

Daly, Mrs.

Biancha (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); Mrs. Middlemist (1) in Middle Temple (26 Mar 1833); Emelia (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Sister Vinaigra (30) in Pet of the Petticoats (1 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Dame Van Winkle (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832); Emily (17) in Twenty Thousand Pounds (4 Feb 1833 - 25 Mar 1833); Mary (6) in Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (3 Dec 1832 - 8 Dec 1832); Mrs. Bonassus (8) in Victorine (25 Feb 1833 - 9 Mar 1833); Dame Bernard (4) in Wreck Ashore (11 Mar 1833 - 16 Mar 1833)

Elder, Miss

ladies of the court of Barataria (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); Ombre (30) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (31 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); guests, villagers (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); other public characters (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

Elder, Miss C.

Aurora's brightest rays (30) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (31 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833)

Fenton, Miss

Rays of the Morning (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833)

Fitzwilliam, Mrs. Edward

Madame Tereza Panza (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); Rose (48) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Madame Pierre de Gigot (48) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Anina (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Madame Manette (1) in Mischief-Making (28 Mar 1833); Desdemona (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833); Paul (30) in Pet of the Petticoats (1 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Elise (8) in Victorine (25 Feb 1833 - 9 Mar 1833); Bella (4) in Wreck Ashore (11 Mar 1833 - 16 Mar 1833)

Freeman, Miss

ladies of the court of Barataria (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); guests, villagers (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); other public characters (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

Gallot, Mrs.

Louise (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Louise (8) in Victorine (25 Feb 1833 - 9 Mar 1833)

Griffiths, Miss Leone

guests, villagers (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Louise (1) in Mischief-Making (28 Mar 1833); Dame Louise and her three chicks (8) in Old Block and His Three Chips (11 Mar 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Eliza Smith (6) in Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi (3 Dec 1832 - 8 Dec 1832); Justine (4) in Victorine (4 Mar 1833 - 9 Mar 1833)

Griffiths, Miss Marie

Arethusa (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Columbine (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833)

Honey, Mrs. Laura

Ogleina (30) in Crimson Crimes (19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Slykey (87) in Cupid (1 Oct 1832 - 28 Mar 1833); Madame La Ronde (12) in Divorce (22 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Lucinda (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); Aurora (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Rose (12) in Henriette the Forsaken (19 Nov 1832 - 1 Dec 1832); Baroness de Chevance (48) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Madame Pierre de Gigot (12) in Henriette the Forsaken (19 Nov 1832 - 1 Dec 1832); Mabet (6) in Howlet's Haunt (17 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832); Donna Violetta (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Penelope (1) in Middle Temple (26 Mar 1833); Therese (1) in Mischief-Making (28 Mar 1833); Mrs. Busy (10) in Mr. Busy (3 Dec 1832 - 29 Dec 1832); Mimi (30) in Pet of the Petticoats (1 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832)

Jackson, Miss

The Three Graces (3) in Cupid (25 Mar 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); ladies of the court of Barataria (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); guests, villagers (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); other public characters (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

Lane, Miss

Rays of the Morning (4) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 29 Dec 1832); guests, villagers (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Dame Louise and her three chicks (8) in Old Block and His Three Chips (11 Mar 1833 - 23 Mar 1833)

Lane, Miss D.

Aurora's brightest rays (30) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (31 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833)

Lane, Miss H.

Auguste (8) in Old Block and His Three Chips (11 Mar 1833 - 23 Mar 1833)

Lee, Miss

Shadows of night (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833)

Novello, Miss Cecilia?

The Three Graces (85) in Cupid (1 Oct 1832 - 28 Mar 1833); Baroness de Chevance (12) in Henriette the Forsaken (19 Nov 1832 - 1 Dec 1832); Florinda (14) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 2 Mar 1833); Jacquette (1) in Mischief-Making (28 Mar 1833); Fanny (10) in Mr. Busy (3 Dec 1832 - 29 Dec 1832); Julia (30) in Pet of the Petticoats (1 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Katrine Van Winkle (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832)

Rayner, Miss

ladies of the court of Barataria (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); ladies of the court (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); guests, villagers (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); other public characters (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

Rose, Miss

Rays of the Morning (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Rose (8) in Old Block and His Three Chips (11 Mar 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Katrine Van Winkle, a child, aged five (42) in Rip Van Winkle (1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832)

Slade, Miss

Dame Louise and her three chicks (8) in Old Block and His Three Chips (11 Mar 1833 - 23 Mar 1833)

Slade, Miss Laura

Sunlight (4) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 29 Dec 1832)

Smith, Miss

Shadows of night (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833)

Walsh, Miss

The Three Graces (87) in Cupid (1 Oct 1832 - 28 Mar 1833); ladies of the court of Barataria (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); ladies of the court (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); other public characters (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

Woodyer, M?

ladies of the court of Barataria (41) in Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza (7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833); ladies of the court (34) in Harlequin and The King of Clubs (26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); guests, villagers (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); other public characters (12) in Othello (28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

Yates, Mrs. Frederick H.

Madame De Merville (12) in Divorce (22 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832); Henriette (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Henriette, under the name of Athalie (60) in Henriette the Forsaken (5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833); Mabet (6) in Howlet's Haunt (10 Dec 1832 - 15 Dec 1832); Gessina (26) in Jacopo the Bravo (11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833); Cecile (17) in Twenty Thousand Pounds (4 Feb 1833 - 25 Mar 1833); Victorine (8) in Victorine (25 Feb 1833 - 9 Mar 1833); Alice (4) in Wreck Ashore (11 Mar 1833 - 16 Mar 1833)

Singers

Dancers

Entertainers

Pieces Performed And Summary Cast Lists

* Bad Business; or, A Meeting of Managers

(prelude, 1 part) by John B. Buckstone (30 times, 19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832)

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Coach Wheel Off, The

(monologue) by Charles Mathews, Richard B. Peake (7 times, 29 Apr 1833 - 13 May 1833)

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* Crimson Crimes; or, The Blood-Stained Bandit

(melodrama, 1 part) by John B. Buckstone (30 times, 19 Nov 1832 - 22 Dec 1832)

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* Cupid

(burlesque) by John G. Millingen (87 times, 1 Oct 1832 - 28 Mar 1833)

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* Divorce, The

(farce, 1 act) by Samuel Beazley Jr. (12 times, 22 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832)

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* Don Quixotte! Knight of the Woeful Countenance and the Humours of Sancho Panza

(romantic drama, 3 acts) by Edward Fitzball, Henry R. Bishop (comp), George H. Rodwell (comp) (41 times, 7 Jan 1833 - 28 Mar 1833)

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* Fourth Volume of His Comic Annual for the Year 1833, The

(entertainment, 2 parts) by Charles J. Mathews, Richard B. Peake (30 times, 29 Apr 1833 - 5 Jul 1833)

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* Harlequin and The King of Clubs; or, The Knave that Stole the Syllabubs

(pantomime) by Unknown, George H. Rodwell (comp), William H. Callcott (comp) (34 times, 26 Dec 1832 - 30 Mar 1833)

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* Henriette the Forsaken

(melodrama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone, George H. Rodwell (comp) (60 times, 5 Nov 1832 - 30 Mar 1833)

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* Howlet's Haunt, The; or, The Story of the Skull

(burletta, 2 acts) by Unknown, George H. Rodwell (comp) (12 times, 10 Dec 1832 - 22 Dec 1832)

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* Jacopo the Bravo; or, A Story of Venice

(melodrama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone, George H. Rodwell (comp) (26 times, 11 Feb 1833 - 23 Mar 1833)

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

(comic operetta) by Richard B. Peake (1 time, 26 Mar 1833)

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* Mischief-Making

(interlude) by John B. Buckstone (1 time, 28 Mar 1833)

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* Mr. Busy

(farce) by Unknown (10 times, 3 Dec 1832 - 29 Dec 1832)

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Old Block and His Three Chips, The

(ballet) by Unknown (chor) (8 times, 11 Mar 1833 - 23 Mar 1833)

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One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement

(extravaganza) by John Reeve (2 times, 26 Mar 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

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* Othello; or, The Moor of Fleet Street

(burlesque, 1 act) by Charles M. Westmacott (12 times, 28 Jan 1833 - 30 Mar 1833)

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* Pet of the Petticoats, The

(operetta, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone, John Barnett (comp) (30 times, 1 Oct 1832 - 3 Nov 1832)

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* Rip Van Winkle; or, The Helmsman of the Spirit Crew

(melodrama, 2 parts) by William B. Bernard, George H. Rodwell (comp) (42 times, 1 Oct 1832 - 17 Nov 1832)

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* Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love

(farce) by Unknown (17 times, 4 Feb 1833 - 25 Mar 1833)

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Twenty-three John Street, Adelphi

(farce) by John B. Buckstone (6 times, 3 Dec 1832 - 8 Dec 1832)

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Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It"

(drama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone (8 times, 25 Feb 1833 - 9 Mar 1833)

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Wreck Ashore, The[; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea]

(melodrama, 2 acts) by John B. Buckstone (4 times, 11 Mar 1833 - 16 Mar 1833)

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