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 1833-1834

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 opening of the 1833-34 Adelphi season brought more changes to the interior of Yates' and Mathews' popular house. The Theatrical Observer announced that "although this theatre will not have been closed more than a week, it will present on its reopening night quite a novel appearance, having been entirely redecorated in that short interval, to effect which more than 100 workmen having been employed" (27 September 1833). After the 30 September opening, the Theatrical Observer reported "the house has assumed quite a new face; the blue silk draperies and fringes have been removed from the fronts of the boxes, and burnished gold ornaments substituted which have a very pleasing effect" (1 October 1833). Of particular interest was the box engaged by the Duchess of St. Albans which had been constructed from two previously existing boxes (Theatrical Observer, 27 September 1833). H. Barton Baker reports that the Duchess (formerly Miss Melton) was a special friend and patron of Yates who "frequently came to his assistance" during times of financial hardship (History of the London Stage, p. 423). Perhaps it was for her "particular desire" that a special performance of Victorine was presented on 22 March (see bill). The season closed on 4 July 1834, after 24 plays had been presented in 191 performances.

Yates and Mathews faced some significant personnel problems as the 1833-34 season opened. According to the Theatrical Observer of 26 September 1833, the Company had grown to 140 performers, including four leading actresses: Harriett Waylett, Fanny Fitzwilliam, Laura Honey, and Elizabeth Yates. That publication had noted on 16 September 1833, that the contention of these four ladies for the "first business . . . will give the manager sufficient employment." Indeed the Observer had anticipated a problem which did surface with the opening of the first show, Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman. On 1 October he explained: "Mrs. Honey played the part of Mme. Poupette which was intended for Mrs. Fitzwilliam, but in consequence of a misunderstanding, the latter lady threw up her engagement at this theatre." In a self-congratulatory tone, he added, "We foresaw that Mr. Yates would have great difficulty in reconciling the clashing interests of his ladies." Despite this problem, Baker wrote "this house could boast of companies which made the name of the minor theatre famous throughout the dramatic world" (p. 423).

As in the previous season, none of the 1833-34 offerings achieved the popularity of The Wreck Ashore or Victorine, but John Buckstone's burletta, The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage, did run for 53 performances. When it opened on Nov. 25, the Theatrical Observer proclaimed that it "bids fair to rival in popularity the most attractive of the Adelphi pieces" (27 November 1833). The Times agreed that the play "must be added to the long list of deservedly successful pieces" presented at the Adelphi (26 November 1833).

Elizabeth Yates received special acclaim for her acting again this season by starring in Henry Holl's Grace Huntley. Proclaimed "a real Adelphi drama" by the Athenaeum on 2 November 1833 (p. 740), the melodrama featured Mrs. Yates as an innocent girl married to an unscrupulous criminal. The New Monthly Magazine for 1833 declared, "We must observe that the acting of Mrs. Yates . . . is just as near perfection as anything on a stage can be. She is a Garrick in petticoats" (pt. III, p. 351). The play ran for 48 performances.

Another favorite of the season was a musical extravaganza by Pitt called Lurine; or, The Revolt of the Naiades [sic]. The play's spectacle attracted the most attention from critics like the writer for the Times who said: "We have seen nothing at any of the minor theatres that in point of brilliancy at all approaches it. The scenery, by Messrs. Tompkins and Pitt, would do credit to any theatre" (14 January 1834). The Athenaeum's critic seconded that opinion when he wrote: "The machinery and the general getting up of the piece touch closely, when we consider the difficulties to be surmounted in so small a theatre, upon the wonderful" (18 January 1834, p. 52). An interesting note concerning this production appears in Mathews' biography. The co-manager apparently did not approve of the production's concept when first introduced by his partner. He wrote to his wife on 15 December 1833, "I wrote my objections to the 'harem-'scar'em scheme . . . I told him it was, in my opinion, disgraceful:--but what a mockery it is of Yates asking my consent!" (Mathews, Memoirs of Charles Mathews, Comedian, IV, 248).

Mathews had, in fact, spent much of the season away from London recovering from various illnesses. He returned to the city in April to present "a succession of selections from his old entertainments" (Mathews, p. 281). The resulting pieces were billed as two different shows: Mathews at Home, Comic Annual, which ran for 26 performances, and Mr. Mathews at Home with His Comic Annual, which ran for 10 nights. Critics responded with their usual praise, calling Mathews "a living Hogarth" (Times, 5 May 1834).

When the regular season closed at the end of March after benefits honoring Elizabeth Yates, John Reeve and Laura Honey, Yates proclaimed this to be "a most successful season--the shortest we have ever played under, but the most brilliant" and bragged that "no expense is spared for your amusement" (Times, 24 March 1834). Unfortunately, according to Mathews' widow and H. Barton Baker, the managers' profits did not reflect the plays' critical and popular success. Baker writes that "somehow, [the Adelphi] could not be made to pay; whether it was badly managed, or managers lived beyond their means, or the public were not sufficiently liberal in their support, it would be difficult to determine" (p. 423). Anne Mathews indicates throughout the fourth volume of her husband's biography that the actor-manager constantly struggled in his later years to make ends meet. It appears that by the end of the 1833-34 season the extravagance which had made the Adelphi so popular began to take a toll on the theatre's managers.

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Daily Calendar For 1833-1834


30 Sep 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
30 Sep 1833
bill
NN

1) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; MS name "Fitzball" on bill AU: [Edward Fitzball], COMP: George H. Rodwell Au Comm The Theatrical Observer (September 27, 1833) attributes authorship to Edward Fitzball

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, next 1 Oct 1833

Genre (romantic drama) entirely new original romantic drama written expressly for the theatre

First Night Cast

The Viceroy: Bayne; Zobaldo, the undying (pretended alchemist): O. Smith; Lenoda (young student of Barcelona): [Frederick H.] Yates; Floresco (his friend and fellow student): [Henry?] Hemming; The Demon Bat: S[tephen] Smith; Pablo (honest lemon merchant somewhat addicted to necromancy): John Reeve; Ambo Gusto (bellows blower to the infernal fire): [John B.] Buckstone; Juan (principal to the Inquisition): Morris; Ompharak (chief of the demons): [Frederick H.] Mordaunt Fiends changed to stone for crimes, reaminimated by Zobalda Phomoriamex: Gibson; Strataphantez: King; Gomaria: Brown demons of fire, demons of air, demons of water, demons of earth: Price, Gifford, Willing, Green, Walsh; Algueziles, inquisitors, maskers, dancers, mummers, soldiers, monks: [Unlisted]; Lekinda (the sleepless woman): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Oriella (orphan): Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett; Madame Poupette (sprightly widow of a French negociant): Mrs. [Laura] Honey; bridesmaids, peasants, nuns: Miss Jackson, Miss Walsh, Miss Labatt, Miss Hambleton, Miss Rayner, Miss Blake, Miss Astley, Miss Elder, Mrs. Woodyer, Miss Beaumont

Reference Cast

The Viceroy: Bayne
Zobaldo, the undying: O. Smith
Lenoda: Frederick H. Yates
Floresco: Henry? Hemming
The Demon Bat: Stephen Smith
Pablo: John Reeve
Ambo Gusto: John B. Buckstone
Juan: Morris
Ompharak: Frederick H. Mordaunt
Phomoriamex: Gibson
Strataphantez: King
Gomaria: Brown
demons of fire, demons of air,
   demons of water, demons of
   earth:
   Price
   Gifford
   Willing
   Green
   Walsh
Algueziles, inquisitors, maskers,
   dancers, mummers, soldiers,
   monks: Unlisted
Lekinda: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Oriella: Mrs. Harriett Waylett
Madame Poupette: Mrs. Laura
   Honey

bridesmaids, peasants, nuns:
   Miss Jackson
   Miss Walsh
   Miss Labatt
   Miss Hambleton
   Miss Rayner
   Miss Blake
   Miss Astley
   Miss Elder
   Mrs. Woodyer
   Miss Beaumont

DIR: [Frederick H.] Yates

overture (to The Bottle Imp): [George H. Rodwell]

embodying of the labratory in the air; resuscitation of the sleepless woman and ascent of the cabalistic altar over the City of Memphis; horrific tansformation of the sleepless woman to the phantom bat; disenchantment of the sleepless woman and engulfing of the Necromancer in a sea of liquid fire

1. [moonlight] unhallowed cloisters; 2. a street and lemon shop in Barcelona; 3. labratory of Zobaldo; 4. the tombs of Memphis; 5. interior of Madame Poupette's house; 6. nuptual residence of Floresco; 7. public gardens of Barcelona; 8. exterior of Zobaldo's laboratory; 9. interior of Zobaldo's laboratory with moonlight terrace; 10. Oriella's dormitory; 11. Pablo's house; 12. valley of eternal snow with gigantic skull and burning poppies of oblivion; 13. presence hall of Barcelona

2) The Mummy (1)

Title Comment "By agreement with the author" (bill) AU: [William B. Bernard]

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, next 1 Oct 1833

Genre (operatic farce) popular extravaganza

First Night Cast

Toby Tramp: John Reeve; Mr. Mandragon: Unlisted

Reference Cast

Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Mr. Mandragon: Unlisted

Reeve's name is the only one on the bill

3) The Loves of the Stars (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [William L. Rede], COMP: [G.] Alexander Lee

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, next 1 Oct 1833

Genre (musical drama) romantic, mythological, and musical burletta

First Night Cast

immortals Zeraph (spirit of song): Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett; Rubi (spirit of knowledge): Miss Alleyne; Malech (spirit of love): Miss Daly; Zephyr: Miss Rose; Spring: Miss [Leone] Griffiths; Summer: Miss Slade; Autumn: Miss Lane mortals Korath (warrior and hunter): [Frederick H.] Yates Morath (herdsman): W. Bennett; Jap (worker in iron): [James P.] Wilkinson (1st time since return from America); Hanooh (fisher): [Henry?] Hemming; Reuben (tiller of the earth): Brayne (1st app); Jap's men: Walsh, Morris, Price, Green, Gifford, Willing; Lilis: Mrs. [Laura] Honey; Lea: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello; Nama: Miss Jackson

Reference Cast

Zeraph: Mrs. Harriett Waylett
Rubi: Miss Alleyne
Malech: Miss Daly
Zephyr: Miss Rose
Spring: Miss Leone Griffiths
Summer: Miss Slade
Autumn: Miss Lane
Korath: Frederick H. Yates
Morath: W. Bennett
Jap: James P. Wilkinson
Hanooh: Henry? Hemming
Reuben: Brayne
Jap's men:
   Walsh
   Morris
   Price
   Green
   Gifford
   Willing
Lilis: Mrs. Laura Honey
Lea: Miss Cecilia? Novello
Nama: Miss Jackson

(dI) trio: "Bright Beams the Merry Day" [Henry R. Bishop], Mrs. [Laura] Honey, Miss [Cecilia?] Novello, Miss Jackson; (dI) chorus: -the characters; (dI) air: "Those Lovely Eyes" [[G.] Alexander Lee], Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett; (dI) air: "Vows Are Wind" [[G.] Alexander Lee], [James P.] Wilkinson; (dI) duet: "Gently, Ah Gently" [Biangini], Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett, Miss Alleyne; (dI) trio: "From that Far Clime" [[Gioacchino A.] Rossini], Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett, Miss Alleyne, Mrs. [Laura] Honey; (dI) finale: "Droop not Fair One" [[G.] Alexander Lee], Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett, Miss Alleyne, Miss [Cecilia?] Novello, Mrs. [Laura] Honey; (dII) chorus: -the characters; (dII) quartette: [Steibelt], Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett, Miss [Cecilia?] Novello, Mrs. [Laura] Honey, Miss Jackson; (dII) air: "Bells upon the Wind" [[G.] Alexander Lee], Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett; (dII) glee and chorus: -the characters; (dII) chorus: -the characters; (dII) finale: -the characters


1 Oct 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
30 Sep 1833
bill
NN

1) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (2)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 30 Sep 1833, next 2 Oct 1833

2) The Mummy (2)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 30 Sep 1833, next 2 Oct 1833

3) The Loves of the Stars (2)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 30 Sep 1833, next 2 Oct 1833


2 Oct 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
30 Sep 1833
bill
NN

1) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (3)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 1 Oct 1833, next 3 Oct 1833

2) The Mummy (3)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 1 Oct 1833, next 3 Oct 1833

3) The Loves of the Stars (3)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 1 Oct 1833, next 3 Oct 1833


3 Oct 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
30 Sep 1833
bill
NN

1) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (4)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 2 Oct 1833, next 4 Oct 1833

2) The Mummy (4)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 2 Oct 1833, next 4 Oct 1833

3) The Loves of the Stars (4)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 2 Oct 1833, next 4 Oct 1833


4 Oct 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
30 Sep 1833
bill
NN

1) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (5)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 3 Oct 1833, next 5 Oct 1833

2) The Mummy (5)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 3 Oct 1833, next 5 Oct 1833

3) The Loves of the Stars (5)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 3 Oct 1833, next 5 Oct 1833


5 Oct 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
30 Sep 1833
bill
NN

1) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (6)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 4 Oct 1833, next 7 Oct 1833

2) The Mummy (6)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 4 Oct 1833, next 7 Oct 1833

3) The Loves of the Stars (6)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 4 Oct 1833, next 7 Oct 1833


7 Oct 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
7 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (7)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 5 Oct 1833, next 8 Oct 1833

Cast truncated in the source

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

Title Comment Billed under subtitle London Love AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 7 Oct 1833, next 8 Oct 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; Cecile: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Emily: Mrs. Daly

Cast Comment Role of Honorable Charles Cheverile given as "Cheverlie"; here we are following spelling of original performnce 4 Feb. 1833

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) The Mummy (7)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 5 Oct 1833, next 8 Oct 1833

4) The Loves of the Stars (7)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 5 Oct 1833, next 8 Oct 1833

Cast truncated in the source


8 Oct 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
7 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (8)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 7 Oct 1833, next 9 Oct 1833

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

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

3) The Mummy (8)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 7 Oct 1833, next 9 Oct 1833

4) The Loves of the Stars (8)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 7 Oct 1833, next 9 Oct 1833


9 Oct 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
7 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (9)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 8 Oct 1833, next 10 Oct 1833

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

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

3) The Mummy (9)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 8 Oct 1833, next 10 Oct 1833

4) The Loves of the Stars (9)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 8 Oct 1833, next 10 Oct 1833


10 Oct 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
7 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (10)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 9 Oct 1833, next 11 Oct 1833

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

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

3) The Mummy (10)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 9 Oct 1833, next 11 Oct 1833

4) The Loves of the Stars (10)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 9 Oct 1833, next 11 Oct 1833


11 Oct 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
7 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (11)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 10 Oct 1833, next 12 Oct 1833

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

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

3) The Mummy (11)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 10 Oct 1833, next 12 Oct 1833

4) The Loves of the Stars (11)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 10 Oct 1833, next 12 Oct 1833


12 Oct 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
7 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (12)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 11 Oct 1833, next 14 Oct 1833

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

Performances first 7 Oct 1833, previous 11 Oct 1833

3) The Mummy (12)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 11 Oct 1833, next 9 Dec 1833

4) The Loves of the Stars (12)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 11 Oct 1833, next 14 Oct 1833


14 Oct 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
14 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (1)

Title Comment 1st time here AU: [Henry Holl], COMP: George H. Rodwell, Jonathan Blewitt

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, next 15 Oct 1833

Genre (melodrama) entirely new domestic burletta in three acts; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Joseph Huntley: [Frederick H.] Yates; Able Darnley: Bayne; Simon Mealbag (a baker's apprentice): John Reeve; Sandy Smith: O. Smith; Giles (landlord of the alehouse): [John] Sanders; villagers: Walsh, Willing, Gifford, Price, Green; Grace Darnley, later Grace Huntley: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Peggy: Miss Alleyne; William Huntley (aged 11): Master Bryant; Tibby Cracko (the Justice's black footman): [John B.] Buckstone; Squire Lambert: Brayne; Justice: S[tephen] Smith; officer: Morris; servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt; Alice Green: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

Reference Cast

Joseph Huntley: Frederick H.
   Yates

Able Darnley: Bayne
Simon Mealbag: John Reeve
Sandy Smith: O. Smith
Giles: John Sanders
villagers:
   Walsh
   Willing
   Gifford
   Price
   Green
Grace Darnley, later Grace
   Huntley: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Peggy: Miss Leone Griffiths
William Huntley: Master Bryant
Tibby Cracko: John B. Buckstone
Squire Lambert: Brayne
Justice: Stephen Smith
officer: Morris
servant: Frederick H. Mordaunt
Alice Green: Miss Cecilia?
   Novello

1. village in Kent; 2. Darnley's cottage; 3. heath and windmill; 4. view of old building in village; 5. waste land and hut

2) The Loves of the Stars (13)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 12 Oct 1833, next 15 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Malech: Miss Debot
Morath: Stephen Smith
Lilis: Miss Daly

Cast truncated in the source

3) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (13)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 12 Oct 1833, next 15 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Madame Poupette: Miss Daly

Cast truncated in the source


15 Oct 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
14 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (2)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 14 Oct 1833, next 16 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (14 Oct 1833)

BUT Peggy: Miss Alleyne

2) The Loves of the Stars (14)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 14 Oct 1833, next 16 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Malech: Miss Debot
Morath: Stephen Smith
Lilis: Miss Daly

3) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (14)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 14 Oct 1833, next 16 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Madame Poupette: Miss Daly


16 Oct 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
14 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (3)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 15 Oct 1833, next 17 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (14 Oct 1833)

BUT Peggy: Miss Alleyne

2) The Loves of the Stars (15)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 15 Oct 1833, next 17 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Malech: Miss Debot
Morath: Stephen Smith
Lilis: Miss Daly

3) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (15)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 15 Oct 1833, next 17 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Madame Poupette: Miss Daly


17 Oct 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
14 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (4)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 16 Oct 1833, next 18 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (14 Oct 1833)

BUT Peggy: Miss Alleyne

2) The Loves of the Stars (16)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 16 Oct 1833, next 18 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Malech: Miss Debot
Morath: Stephen Smith
Lilis: Miss Daly

3) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (16)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 16 Oct 1833, next 18 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Madame Poupette: Miss Daly


18 Oct 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
14 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (5)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 17 Oct 1833, next 19 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (14 Oct 1833)

BUT Peggy: Miss Alleyne

2) The Loves of the Stars (17)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 17 Oct 1833, next 19 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Malech: Miss Debot
Morath: Stephen Smith
Lilis: Miss Daly

3) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (17)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 17 Oct 1833, next 19 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Madame Poupette: Miss Daly


19 Oct 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
14 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (6)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 18 Oct 1833, next 21 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (14 Oct 1833)

BUT Peggy: Miss Alleyne

2) The Loves of the Stars (18)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 18 Oct 1833, next 21 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Malech: Miss Debot
Morath: Stephen Smith
Lilis: Miss Daly

3) Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (18)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 18 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Madame Poupette: Miss Daly


21 Oct 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
21 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (7)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 19 Oct 1833, next 22 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (14 Oct 1833)

BUT Peggy: Miss Alleyne

2) Wooing a Widow; or, Love under a Lamp Post (1)

Title Comment 1st time here AU: [William B. Bernard?] Au Comm Presumably same piece as Bernard's 1832 play (Strand Theatre)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, next 22 Oct 1833

Genre (farce) original comic burletta

First Night Cast

Daniel Dowgate Esq. (of Bread Street, bachelor and drysalter): W. Bennett; Arthur Melborn (his nephew): [Henry?] Hemming; John: [James P.] Wilkinson; Ellen Bloomley (young widow): Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett; Mary: Miss Alleyne

Reference Cast

Daniel Dowgate Esq.: W. Bennett
Arthur Melborn: Henry? Hemming
John: James P. Wilkinson
Ellen Bloomley: Mrs. Harriett
   Waylett

Mary: Miss Daly

"Come Dwell With Me", Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett; Irish melody: "Norah Creina", Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Thomas Parry]

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, next 22 Oct 1833

Genre (farce) original comic burletta

First Night Cast

Mr. Splasher: [Frederick H.] Yates; Mr. Staotte: W. Bennett; Mr. Somerhill: [Henry?] Hemming; Lieutenant Fusill: Brayne; Bob Buckskin: John Reeve; John: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt; Thomas: Phillips; Susan Staotte: Miss Alleyne; Crape: Miss Daly; Duster: Miss [Leone] Griffiths; visitors: Morris, Gifford, Price, Green, Miss Jackson, Miss Labatt, Miss Astley, Miss Rayner, Miss Blake

Reference Cast

Mr. Splasher: Frederick H.
   Yates

Mr. Staotte: W. Bennett
Mr. Somerhill: Henry? Hemming
Lieutenant Fusill: Brayne
Bob Buckskin: John Reeve
John: Frederick H. Mordaunt
Thomas: Phillips
Susan Staotte: Miss Jackson
Crape: Miss Daly
Duster: Miss Leone Griffiths
visitors:
   Morris
   Gifford
   Price
   Green
   Miss Jackson
   Miss Labatt
   Miss Astley
   Miss Rayner
   Miss Blake

4) The Loves of the Stars (19)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 19 Oct 1833, next 22 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Malech: Miss Labatt
Morath: Stephen Smith
Lilis: Miss Daly


22 Oct 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
21 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (8)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 21 Oct 1833, next 23 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (14 Oct 1833)

BUT Peggy: Miss Alleyne

2) Wooing a Widow; or, Love under a Lamp Post (2)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 21 Oct 1833, next 23 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Mary: Miss Alleyne

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (2)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 21 Oct 1833, next 23 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Susan Staotte: Miss Alleyne

4) The Loves of the Stars (20)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 21 Oct 1833, next 23 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Malech: Miss Labatt
Morath: Stephen Smith
Lilis: Miss Daly


23 Oct 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
21 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (9)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 22 Oct 1833, next 24 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (14 Oct 1833)

BUT Peggy: Miss Alleyne

2) Wooing a Widow; or, Love under a Lamp Post (3)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 22 Oct 1833, next 24 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Mary: Miss Alleyne

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (3)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 22 Oct 1833, next 24 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Susan Staotte: Miss Alleyne

4) The Loves of the Stars (21)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 22 Oct 1833, next 24 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Malech: Miss Labatt
Morath: Stephen Smith
Lilis: Miss Daly


24 Oct 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
21 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (10)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 23 Oct 1833, next 25 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (14 Oct 1833)

BUT Peggy: Miss Alleyne

2) Wooing a Widow; or, Love under a Lamp Post (4)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 23 Oct 1833, next 25 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Mary: Miss Alleyne

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (4)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 23 Oct 1833, next 25 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Susan Staotte: Miss Alleyne

4) The Loves of the Stars (22)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 23 Oct 1833, next 25 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Malech: Miss Labatt
Morath: Stephen Smith
Lilis: Miss Daly


25 Oct 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
21 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (11)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 24 Oct 1833, next 26 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (14 Oct 1833)

BUT Peggy: Miss Alleyne

2) Wooing a Widow; or, Love under a Lamp Post (5)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 24 Oct 1833, next 26 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Mary: Miss Alleyne

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (5)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 24 Oct 1833, next 26 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Susan Staotte: Miss Alleyne

4) The Loves of the Stars (23)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 24 Oct 1833, next 26 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Malech: Miss Labatt
Morath: Stephen Smith
Lilis: Miss Daly


26 Oct 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
21 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (12)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 25 Oct 1833, next 28 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (14 Oct 1833)

BUT Peggy: Miss Alleyne

2) Wooing a Widow; or, Love under a Lamp Post (6)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 25 Oct 1833, next 16 Dec 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Mary: Miss Alleyne

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (6)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 25 Oct 1833, next 28 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Susan Staotte: Miss Alleyne

4) The Loves of the Stars (24)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 25 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Malech: Miss Labatt
Morath: Stephen Smith
Lilis: Miss Daly


28 Oct 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
28 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (13)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 26 Oct 1833, next 29 Oct 1833

Cast truncated in the source

2) The Deserted Village (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Based upon Goldsmith's poem AU: [Frederick F. Cooper], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, next 29 Oct 1833

Genre (farce) new domestic burletta

First Night Cast

Curate: Bayne; Lord Morden (Lord of the Manor): [Frederick H.] Yates; Frederick Morden: [Henry?] Hemming; Mark Maythorn: O. Smith; Major Manville: W. Bennett; Peter Grievous (parish clerk): John Reeve; Mr. Text (village schoolmaster): [John B.] Buckstone; Lord Fopling: Brayne; Dr. Cajeput (the village apothecary): King; Sam (hall porter): S[tephen] Smith; Richard (servant): Phillips; James (servant): [Frederick H.] Mordaunt; Farmer Greenfield: Morris; Bates (gamekeeper): Gibson; Teddy O'Turf (Irish gravedigger): [John] Sanders; second gamekeeper: Brown; reapers, servants, constables, villagers, emigrants, masqueraders: [Unlisted]; Annette: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Phillis: Miss Daly; Nelly: Mrs. Daly

Cast Comment Phillips sometimes appears on bills as "Phillips, Sen."

Reference Cast

Curate: Bayne
Lord Morden: Frederick H. Yates
Frederick Morden: Henry?
   Hemming

Mark Maythorn: O. Smith
Major Manville: W. Bennett
Peter Grievous: John Reeve
Mr. Text: John B. Buckstone
Lord Fopling: Brayne
Dr. Cajeput: King
Richard: Phillips
James: Frederick H. Mordaunt
Farmer Greenfield: Morris
Bates: Gibson
Teddy O'Turf: John Sanders
second gamekeeper: Brown
reapers, servants, constables,
   villagers, emigrants,
   masqueraders: Unlisted
Annette: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Phillis: Miss Daly
Nelly: Mrs. Daly

DIR: [Frederick H.] Yates

(aII,iii) a masquerade, 1770, cotillon and country dance

I,i the Village of Auburn; I,ii the copse; I,iii breakfast room in Morden house; I,iv ale house "The Red Lion"; II,i an apartment in Mrs. Tempest's boarding house; II,ii furnished drawing room; II,iii splendid saloon in the mansion of Lord Fopling; II,iv interior of the hall in Lord Morden's town house; II,v outside of Lord Morden's town house; III,i village churchyard by moonlight; III,ii vicarage interior; III,iii the deserted village III,iv interior of the manor house

Bill contains copious quotations from the poem

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (7)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 26 Oct 1833, next 29 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Susan Staotte: Miss Alleyne

Cast truncated in the source


29 Oct 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
28 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (14)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 28 Oct 1833, next 30 Oct 1833

2) The Deserted Village (2)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 28 Oct 1833, next 30 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (28 Oct 1833)

ADDS Sam: Stephen Smith

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (8)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 28 Oct 1833, next 30 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Susan Staotte: Miss Alleyne


30 Oct 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
28 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (15)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 29 Oct 1833, next 31 Oct 1833

2) The Deserted Village (3)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 29 Oct 1833, next 31 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (28 Oct 1833)

ADDS Sam: Stephen Smith

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (9)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 29 Oct 1833, next 31 Oct 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Susan Staotte: Miss Alleyne


31 Oct 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
28 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (16)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 30 Oct 1833, next 1 Nov 1833

2) The Deserted Village (4)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 30 Oct 1833, next 1 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (28 Oct 1833)

ADDS Sam: Stephen Smith

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (10)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 30 Oct 1833, next 1 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Susan Staotte: Miss Alleyne


1 Nov 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
28 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (17)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 31 Oct 1833, next 2 Nov 1833

2) The Deserted Village (5)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 31 Oct 1833, next 2 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (28 Oct 1833)

ADDS Sam: Stephen Smith

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (11)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 31 Oct 1833, next 2 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Susan Staotte: Miss Alleyne


2 Nov 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
28 Oct 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (18)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 1 Nov 1833, next 4 Nov 1833

2) The Deserted Village (6)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 1 Nov 1833, next 4 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (28 Oct 1833)

ADDS Sam: Stephen Smith

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (12)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 1 Nov 1833, next 4 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1833)

BUT Susan Staotte: Miss Alleyne


4 Nov 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
4 Nov 1833
bill
NN

1) Grace Huntley (19)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 2 Nov 1833, next 5 Nov 1833

2) The Deserted Village (7)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 2 Nov 1833, next 5 Nov 1833

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (13)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 2 Nov 1833, next 5 Nov 1833


5 Nov 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
4 Nov 1833
bill
NN

1) Grace Huntley (20)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 4 Nov 1833, next 6 Nov 1833

2) The Deserted Village (8)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 4 Nov 1833, next 6 Nov 1833

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (14)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 4 Nov 1833, next 6 Nov 1833


6 Nov 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
4 Nov 1833
bill
NN

1) Grace Huntley (21)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 5 Nov 1833, next 7 Nov 1833

2) The Deserted Village (9)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 5 Nov 1833, next 7 Nov 1833

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (15)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 5 Nov 1833, next 7 Nov 1833


7 Nov 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
4 Nov 1833
bill
NN

1) Grace Huntley (22)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 6 Nov 1833, next 8 Nov 1833

2) The Deserted Village (10)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 6 Nov 1833, next 8 Nov 1833

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (16)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 6 Nov 1833, next 8 Nov 1833


8 Nov 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
4 Nov 1833
bill
NN

1) Grace Huntley (23)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 7 Nov 1833, next 9 Nov 1833

2) The Deserted Village (11)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 7 Nov 1833, next 9 Nov 1833

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (17)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 7 Nov 1833, next 9 Nov 1833


9 Nov 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
4 Nov 1833
bill
NN

1) Grace Huntley (24)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 8 Nov 1833, next 11 Nov 1833

2) The Deserted Village (12)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 8 Nov 1833, next 11 Nov 1833

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (18)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 8 Nov 1833, next 11 Nov 1833


11 Nov 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
11 Nov 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (25)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 9 Nov 1833, next 12 Nov 1833

2) The Deserted Village (13)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 9 Nov 1833, next 12 Nov 1833

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (19)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 9 Nov 1833, next 12 Nov 1833


12 Nov 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
11 Nov 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (26)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 11 Nov 1833, next 13 Nov 1833

2) The Deserted Village (14)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 11 Nov 1833, next 13 Nov 1833

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (20)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 11 Nov 1833, next 13 Nov 1833


13 Nov 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
11 Nov 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (27)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 12 Nov 1833, next 14 Nov 1833

2) The Deserted Village (15)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 12 Nov 1833, next 14 Nov 1833

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (21)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 12 Nov 1833, next 14 Nov 1833


14 Nov 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
11 Nov 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (28)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 13 Nov 1833, next 15 Nov 1833

2) The Deserted Village (16)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 13 Nov 1833, next 15 Nov 1833

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (22)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 13 Nov 1833, next 15 Nov 1833


15 Nov 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
11 Nov 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (29)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 14 Nov 1833, next 16 Nov 1833

2) The Deserted Village (17)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 14 Nov 1833, next 16 Nov 1833

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (23)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 14 Nov 1833, next 16 Nov 1833


16 Nov 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
11 Nov 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (30)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 15 Nov 1833, next 18 Nov 1833

2) The Deserted Village (18)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 15 Nov 1833, next 18 Nov 1833

3) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (24)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 15 Nov 1833, next 26 Dec 1833


18 Nov 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
18 Nov 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (31)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 16 Nov 1833, next 19 Nov 1833

2) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; licensed as B.B.; or, The Loves of the Plants; Nicoll gives 19/11 as 1st perf AU: [Henry R. Addison], COMP: [G.] Alexander Lee Au Comm Catalogue of Additions gives Addison as author

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, next 19 Nov 1833

Genre (bsq) operatical burlesque burletta

First Night Cast

Papillon, the Butterfly Beau (or the winged Giovanni): Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett; The Beetle: S[tephen] Smith; The Jealous Moth: John Reeve; The Gadfly: Miss Slade; grasshoppers: King, Brown, Gibson; Toddygrass, Daddy Long Legs and a scrore of fluttering things: Price, Gifford, Willing, Morris, Walsh; Zephyr: Baker; Rosebud: Miss Rose; Sensitive Plants: Miss [Leone] Griffiths, Miss Lane; Queen Bee: Mrs. [Laura] Honey; First Butterfly: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello; Dandylion (master of ceremonies): Green; Rose Queen: Miss Daly; Sweet Briar: Miss Jackson; Elder Berry: Miss Elder; bouquet: Miss Blake, Miss Labatt, Miss Astley, Miss Rayner

Reference Cast

Papillon, the Butterfly Beau:
   Mrs. Harriett Waylett

The Beetle: Stephen Smith
The Jealous Moth: John Sanders
The Gadfly: Miss Slade
grasshoppers:
   King
   Brown
   Gibson
Toddygrass, Daddy Long Legs and a
   scrore of fluttering things:
   Price
   Gifford
   Willing
   Morris
   Walsh
Zephyr: Baker
Rosebud: Miss Rose
Sensitive Plants:
   Miss Leone Griffiths
   Miss Lane
Queen Bee: Mrs. Laura Honey
First Butterfly: Miss Cecilia?
   Novello

Dandylion: Green
Rose Queen: Miss Daly
Sweet Briar: Miss Jackson
Elder Berry: Miss Elder
bouquet:
   Miss Blake
   Miss Labatt
   Miss Astley
   Miss Rayner

pas de deux: Baker, Miss Rose; pas de trois: Miss [Leone] Griffiths, Miss Lane, Miss Rose; pas de trois: King, Brown, Gibson; grand galopade: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello, Miss Blake, Miss Labatt, Miss Astley, Miss Rayner

All dances done in character

the Butterfly's ball; birth of the moth

1. the vegetable regions; 2. the bower of roses; 3. the honeycomb

3) The Deserted Village (19)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 16 Nov 1833, next 19 Nov 1833


19 Nov 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
18 Nov 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (32)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 18 Nov 1833, next 20 Nov 1833

2) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (2)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 18 Nov 1833, next 20 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1833)

BUT The Jealous Moth: John
  Reeve

3) The Deserted Village (20)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 18 Nov 1833, next 20 Nov 1833


20 Nov 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
18 Nov 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (33)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 19 Nov 1833, next 21 Nov 1833

2) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (3)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 19 Nov 1833, next 21 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1833)

BUT The Jealous Moth: John
  Reeve

3) The Deserted Village (21)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 19 Nov 1833, next 21 Nov 1833


21 Nov 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
18 Nov 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (34)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 20 Nov 1833, next 22 Nov 1833

2) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (4)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 20 Nov 1833, next 22 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1833)

BUT The Jealous Moth: John
  Reeve

3) The Deserted Village (22)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 20 Nov 1833, next 22 Nov 1833


22 Nov 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
18 Nov 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (35)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 21 Nov 1833, next 23 Nov 1833

2) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (5)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 21 Nov 1833, next 23 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1833)

BUT The Jealous Moth: John
  Reeve

3) The Deserted Village (23)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 21 Nov 1833, next 23 Nov 1833


23 Nov 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
18 Nov 1833
bill
BL

1) Grace Huntley (36)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 22 Nov 1833, next 25 Nov 1833

2) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (6)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 22 Nov 1833, next 25 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1833)

BUT The Jealous Moth: John
  Reeve

3) The Deserted Village (24)

Performances first 28 Oct 1833, previous 22 Nov 1833


25 Nov 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
25 Nov 1833
bill
NN

Source Comment variant BL bill gives Cupid as 2nd piece

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Licensed as The Young Rake; or, F., L, and M. --Nicoll AU: [John B. Buckstone], COMP: George H. Rodwell Au Comm "By the author of Victorine and Henrietta" (bill)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, next 26 Nov 1833

Genre (burletta) entirely new burletta in three acts; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Rosambert (the rake): [Frederick H.] Yates; Chevalier de Florville (his pupil): [Henry?] Hemming; Marquis de Barres: John Reeve; Baron de Florville: Bayne; Germain: [John] Sanders; valets, masqueraders: [Unlisted]; Marchioness de Barres: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Justine: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello; Count de Lignolle: W. Bennett; Madame de Lignolle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey; foresters: Gifford, Green, Willing, Price, Morris; valets and pages: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt, Phillips, Phillips Jr., Taylor; pages: Master Bush, Master Kelly; Sophie Dupertail (the bride): Miss Labatt; bridesmaids: Miss Elder, Miss Jackson; the wedding train: Miss Beaumont, Mrs. Woodyer, Miss Astley, Miss Baker

Reference Cast

Rosambert: Frederick H. Yates
Chevalier de Florville: Henry?
   Hemming

Marquis de Barres: John Reeve
Baron de Florville: Bayne
Germain: John Sanders
valets, masqueraders: Unlisted
Marchioness de Barres: Mrs.
   Frederick H. Yates

Justine: Miss Cecilia? Novello
Count de Lignolle: W. Bennett
Madame de Lignolle: Mrs. Laura
   Honey

foresters:
   Gifford
   Green
   Willing
   Price
   Morris
valets and pages:
   Frederick H. Mordaunt
   Phillips
   Phillips Jr.
   Taylor
pages:
   Master Bush
   Master Kelly
Sophie Dupertail: Miss Labatt
bridesmaids:
   Miss Elder
   Miss Jackson
the wedding train:
   Miss Beaumont
   Mrs. Woodyer
   Miss Astley
   Miss Baker

DIR: [Frederick H.] Yates

splendid display of fireworks, or fue d'artifice [D'Ernst (arr)]

I,1 ante-chamber to grand salon in the Hotel de Florville; I,ii boudoir de la Marquise; II,i conservatory of Madame de Lignolle; III,i domains and summer pavilion of the Baron

bill contains short summaries of each scene

2) Grace Huntley (37)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 23 Nov 1833, next 26 Nov 1833

3) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (7)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 23 Nov 1833, next 26 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1833)

BUT Queen Bee: Miss Cecilia?
  Novello

OMITS First Butterfly: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello


26 Nov 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
25 Nov 1833
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (2)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 25 Nov 1833, next 27 Nov 1833

2) Grace Huntley (38)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 25 Nov 1833, next 27 Nov 1833

3) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (8)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 25 Nov 1833, next 27 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1833)

BUT Queen Bee: Miss Cecilia?
  Novello

OMITS First Butterfly: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello


27 Nov 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
25 Nov 1833
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (3)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 26 Nov 1833, next 28 Nov 1833

2) Grace Huntley (39)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 26 Nov 1833, next 28 Nov 1833

3) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (9)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 26 Nov 1833, next 28 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1833)

BUT Queen Bee: Miss Cecilia?
  Novello

OMITS First Butterfly: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello


28 Nov 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
25 Nov 1833
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (4)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 27 Nov 1833, next 29 Nov 1833

2) Grace Huntley (40)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 27 Nov 1833, next 29 Nov 1833

3) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (10)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 27 Nov 1833, next 29 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1833)

BUT Queen Bee: Miss Cecilia?
  Novello

OMITS First Butterfly: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello


29 Nov 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
25 Nov 1833
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (5)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 28 Nov 1833, next 30 Nov 1833

2) Grace Huntley (41)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 28 Nov 1833, next 30 Nov 1833

3) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (11)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 28 Nov 1833, next 30 Nov 1833

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1833)

BUT Queen Bee: Miss Cecilia?
  Novello

OMITS First Butterfly: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello


30 Nov 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
25 Nov 1833
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (6)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 29 Nov 1833, next 2 Dec 1833

2) Grace Huntley (42)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 29 Nov 1833, next 2 Dec 1833

3) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (12)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 29 Nov 1833, next 9 Dec 1833

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1833)

BUT Queen Bee: Miss Cecilia?
  Novello

OMITS First Butterfly: Miss
  Cecilia? Novello


2 Dec 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
2 Dec 1833
bill
NN

Source Comment Bill is out of order in nn reel, coming before Sept. 30

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (7)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 30 Nov 1833, next 3 Dec 1833

Cast truncated in the source

2) Cupid (1)

AU: [John G. Millingen]

Performances first 2 Dec 1833, next 3 Dec 1833

Genre (burlesque) highly popular bulesque burletta

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

Reference Cast

Mr. Vulcan Smith: O. Smith
Master Smith, alias Cupid: John
   Reeve

Corporal Marsden: Stephen Smith
Mr. Slykey: John Sanders
Mrs. Vulcan Smith: Miss Daly
Slykey, or Psyche: Mrs. Laura
   Honey

3) Grace Huntley (43)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 30 Nov 1833, next 3 Dec 1833


3 Dec 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
2 Dec 1833
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (8)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 2 Dec 1833, next 4 Dec 1833

2) Cupid (2)

Performances first 2 Dec 1833, previous 2 Dec 1833, next 4 Dec 1833

3) Grace Huntley (44)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 2 Dec 1833, next 4 Dec 1833


4 Dec 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
2 Dec 1833
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (9)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 3 Dec 1833, next 5 Dec 1833

2) Cupid (3)

Performances first 2 Dec 1833, previous 3 Dec 1833, next 5 Dec 1833

3) Grace Huntley (45)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 3 Dec 1833, next 5 Dec 1833


5 Dec 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
2 Dec 1833
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (10)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 4 Dec 1833, next 6 Dec 1833

2) Cupid (4)

Performances first 2 Dec 1833, previous 4 Dec 1833, next 6 Dec 1833

3) Grace Huntley (46)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 4 Dec 1833, next 6 Dec 1833


6 Dec 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
2 Dec 1833
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (11)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 5 Dec 1833, next 7 Dec 1833

2) Cupid (5)

Performances first 2 Dec 1833, previous 5 Dec 1833, next 7 Dec 1833

3) Grace Huntley (47)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 5 Dec 1833, next 7 Dec 1833


7 Dec 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
2 Dec 1833
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (12)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 6 Dec 1833, next 9 Dec 1833

2) Cupid (6)

Performances first 2 Dec 1833, previous 6 Dec 1833, next 16 Dec 1833

3) Grace Huntley (48)

Performances first 14 Oct 1833, previous 6 Dec 1833


9 Dec 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
9 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (13)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 7 Dec 1833, next 10 Dec 1833

Bill truncated in the source

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; licensed without subtitle; "Founded on a circumstance which occurred at Lynn, in Norfolk" (bill) AU: [John Brunton], COMP: George H. Rodwell Au Comm The Theatrical Observer (December 11, 1833) attributes authorship to Brunton, the father of Elizabeth Brunton Yates

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, next 10 Dec 1833

Genre (drama) entirely new nautical burletta in three acts; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Paul Dangerfield: [Frederick H.] Yates; Mark Ingleby (fisherman): [Henry?] Hemming; Sam (waiter at the inn): John Reeve; Captain Gunnel: O. Smith; Mr. Anderson: Bayne; sheriff: S[tephen] Smith; jailor: Morris; landlord: [John] Sanders; smugglers, sailors: Walsh, Willing, Gifford, Price, Green, Phillips; Mrs. Howard: Mrs. Daly; Lucy Howard: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Mary Ingleby: Mrs. [Laura] Honey

Reference Cast

Paul Dangerfield: Frederick H.
   Yates

Mark Ingleby: Henry? Hemming
Sam: John Reeve
Captain Gunnel: O. Smith
Mr. Anderson: Bayne
sheriff: Stephen Smith
jailor: Morris
landlord: John Sanders
smugglers, sailors:
   Walsh
   Willing
   Gifford
   Price
   Green
   Phillips
Mrs. Howard: Mrs. Daly
Lucy Howard: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Mary Ingleby: Mrs. Laura Honey

old English morris dance: Gibson, King, Brown, Miss [Leone] Griffiths, Miss Lane, Miss Slade

burning at the stake

1. picturesque view of the quay of a small town with wreck in the distance; 2. smuggler's cottage and sea view; 3. granary illuminated for a ball; 4. the inn 5. the sea, the gale, the skiff

3) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (13)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 30 Nov 1833, next 10 Dec 1833

Cast truncated in the source

4) The Mummy (13)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 12 Oct 1833, next 10 Dec 1833


10 Dec 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
9 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (14)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 9 Dec 1833, next 11 Dec 1833

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (2)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 9 Dec 1833, next 11 Dec 1833

3) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (14)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 9 Dec 1833, next 11 Dec 1833

4) The Mummy (14)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 9 Dec 1833, next 11 Dec 1833


11 Dec 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
9 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (15)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 10 Dec 1833, next 12 Dec 1833

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (3)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 10 Dec 1833, next 12 Dec 1833

3) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (15)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 10 Dec 1833, next 12 Dec 1833

4) The Mummy (15)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 10 Dec 1833, next 12 Dec 1833


12 Dec 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
9 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (16)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 11 Dec 1833, next 13 Dec 1833

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (4)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 11 Dec 1833, next 13 Dec 1833

3) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (16)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 11 Dec 1833, next 13 Dec 1833

4) The Mummy (16)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 11 Dec 1833, next 13 Dec 1833


13 Dec 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
9 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (17)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 12 Dec 1833, next 14 Dec 1833

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (5)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 12 Dec 1833, next 14 Dec 1833

3) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (17)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 12 Dec 1833, next 14 Dec 1833

4) The Mummy (17)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 12 Dec 1833, next 14 Dec 1833


14 Dec 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
9 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (18)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 13 Dec 1833, next 16 Dec 1833

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (6)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 13 Dec 1833, next 16 Dec 1833

3) The Butterfly's Ball; or, The Jealous Moth (18)

Performances first 18 Nov 1833, previous 13 Dec 1833

4) The Mummy (18)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 13 Dec 1833, next 18 Mar 1834


16 Dec 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
16 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (19)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 14 Dec 1833, next 17 Dec 1833

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (7)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 14 Dec 1833, next 17 Dec 1833

3) Wooing a Widow; or, Love under a Lamp Post (7)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 26 Oct 1833, next 17 Dec 1833

"My Own Blue Bell", Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett; "Belles Upon the Wind", Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

4) Cupid (7)

Performances first 2 Dec 1833, previous 7 Dec 1833, next 17 Dec 1833

Cast truncated in the source


17 Dec 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
16 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (20)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 16 Dec 1833, next 18 Dec 1833

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (8)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 16 Dec 1833, next 18 Dec 1833

3) Wooing a Widow; or, Love under a Lamp Post (8)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 16 Dec 1833, next 18 Dec 1833

4) Cupid (8)

Performances first 2 Dec 1833, previous 16 Dec 1833, next 18 Dec 1833


18 Dec 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi
16 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (21)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 17 Dec 1833, next 19 Dec 1833

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (9)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 17 Dec 1833, next 19 Dec 1833

3) Wooing a Widow; or, Love under a Lamp Post (9)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 17 Dec 1833, next 19 Dec 1833

4) Cupid (9)

Performances first 2 Dec 1833, previous 17 Dec 1833, next 19 Dec 1833


19 Dec 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
16 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (22)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 18 Dec 1833, next 20 Dec 1833

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (10)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 18 Dec 1833, next 20 Dec 1833

3) Wooing a Widow; or, Love under a Lamp Post (10)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 18 Dec 1833, next 20 Dec 1833

4) Cupid (10)

Performances first 2 Dec 1833, previous 18 Dec 1833, next 20 Dec 1833


20 Dec 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
16 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (23)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 19 Dec 1833, next 21 Dec 1833

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (11)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 19 Dec 1833, next 21 Dec 1833

3) Wooing a Widow; or, Love under a Lamp Post (11)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 19 Dec 1833, next 21 Dec 1833

4) Cupid (11)

Performances first 2 Dec 1833, previous 19 Dec 1833, next 21 Dec 1833


21 Dec 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
16 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (24)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 20 Dec 1833, next 23 Dec 1833

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (12)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 20 Dec 1833, next 23 Dec 1833

3) Wooing a Widow; or, Love under a Lamp Post (12)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 20 Dec 1833, next 23 Dec 1833

4) Cupid (12)

Performances first 2 Dec 1833, previous 20 Dec 1833, next 23 Dec 1833


23 Dec 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
16 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (25)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 21 Dec 1833, next 30 Dec 1833

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (13)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 21 Dec 1833, next 26 Dec 1833

3) Wooing a Widow; or, Love under a Lamp Post (13)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 21 Dec 1833

4) Cupid (13)

Performances first 2 Dec 1833, previous 21 Dec 1833, next 18 Mar 1834


24 Dec 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi

DARK: Christmas Eve


25 Dec 1833
Wed eve
Adelphi

DARK: Christmas


26 Dec 1833
Thu eve
Adelphi
26 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (14)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 23 Dec 1833, next 27 Dec 1833

Cast truncated in the source

2) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (25)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 16 Nov 1833, next 27 Dec 1833

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [John M. Morton], COMP: George H. Rodwell, William H. Callcott

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, next 27 Dec 1833

Genre (pantomime) new grand comic pantomime

First Night Cast

Wavelett (Queen of the Shining River): Miss [Cecilia?] Novello river fairies Riplett: Miss [Leone] Griffiths; Twinkle: Miss Slade; Current: Miss Walsh; Whirlpool: Miss Labatt; Babble: [Unk]; Streamlet: [Unk] Dam (river elf): Master Bush; Swamp (river elf): Master Lightfoot; Mudlark (river elf): Master Baker; Tadpole (river elf): Master Cramer Margery's poultry duck: "Master Waddlewell"; cock: "Doodledoo"; turkey: "Gebblestone" Margery Daw (generous mistress of the farm): Miss Daly; Strephon (her lover): Gibson; fairy beggars: Miss [Leone] Griffiths, Miss Slade, Miss Walsh, Miss Labatt; Farmer Hardheart (cruel landlord, father of Strephon): Brown; Barley (lolloping labourer), Whack (lolloping labourer), Flail (lolloping labourer): "Baconface", "Raw"; Lout: "Lob"; Snowball: "Job"; Miss Guineanob (rich old maid): [John] Sanders; Jigjog (her fat coachman):King; John Doe (bailiff): "Bum"; Richard Roe (bailiff): "Tapshoulder"; Harlequin: Gibson; Pantaloon: Brown; Clowns: [John] Sanders, King; Columbine: Miss Lane; lady of color: "Miss Whiteybrown"; butchers: "Cutlet", "Veal"; fat butcher: "Suet"; Sweep: "Master Chimney"; Italian: "Signor Prigaguinea"; monkey: "Master Mischief"; old women: "M? Noteeth", "M? Mumble", "M? Grunt"; teaman: "Mr. I. Son"; sailor: "Binnacle"; Mrs. Salmon: "Mrs. Flounder"; lawyers: "Bluebag", "Law"; Henry the Eighth: "Polybaglmy"; Queen Elizabeth: "Miss Virginmug"; Mother Goose: "Mrs. Duckegg"; Beefeater: "Shortribs"; Mr. Highprice: "Extortionate"; fat gentleman: "Paunch"; shopman: "Careful"; Jew: "Levylosenotsing"; Civet Cat: "Master Smellwell"; Parker's Patent Hydraulic Pen: "Useful"; dustman: "Bell"; postman: "Twotaps"; muffinmen: "Twinkle", "Bell"; Mr. Gillbank: "Parespirit"; regular drammer: "Master Shakespeare"; Mrs. Blusher and child; spirits: "Old Tom", "cognac", "Rumbo"; miller: "Flourmug"; Stout : "Master Doubieswipes"; policemen: "Blueskin", "Ruin"; cook: "Mrs. Mellon[?]"; housemaid: "Mrs. Oglebaker"; Old Wiggins: "Cosey"; Madame Pentweazle: "Mrs. Scratchcat"

Reference Cast

Wavelett: Miss Cecilia? Novello
Riplett: Miss Leone Griffiths
Twinkle: Miss Slade
Current: Miss Walsh
Whirlpool: Miss Labatt
Babble: Unk
Streamlet: Unk
Dam: Master Bush
Swamp: Master Lightfoot
Mudlark: Master Baker
Tadpole: Master Cramer
duck: "Master Waddlewell"
cock: "Doodledoo"
turkey: "Gebblestone"
Margery Daw: Miss Daly
Strephon: Gibson
fairy beggars:
   Miss Leone Griffiths
   Miss Slade
   Miss Walsh
   Miss Labatt
Farmer Hardheart: Brown
Barley, Whack, Flail:
   "Baconface"
   "Raw"
Lout: "Lob"
Snowball: "Job"
Miss Guineanob: John Sanders
Jigjog: King
John Doe: "Bum"
Richard Roe: "Tapshoulder"
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
Clowns:
   John Sanders
   King
Columbine: Miss Lane
lady of color: "Miss
   Whiteybrown"

butchers:
   "Cutlet"
   "Veal"
fat butcher: "Suet"
Sweep: "Master Chimney"
Italian: "Signor Prigaguinea"
monkey: "Master Mischief"
old women:
   "M? Noteeth"
   "M? Mumble"
   "M? Grunt"
teaman: "Mr. I. Son"
sailor: "Binnacle"
Mrs. Salmon: "Mrs. Flounder"
lawyers:
   "Bluebag"
   "Law"
Henry the Eighth: "Polybaglmy"
Queen Elizabeth: "Miss
   Virginmug"

Mother Goose: "Mrs. Duckegg"
Beefeater: "Shortribs"
Mr. Highprice: "Extortionate"
fat gentleman: "Paunch"
shopman: "Careful"
Jew: "Levylosenotsing"
Civet Cat: "Master Smellwell"
Parker's Patent Hydraulic Pen:
   "Useful"

dustman: "Bell"
postman: "Twotaps"
muffinmen:
   "Twinkle"
   "Bell"
Mr. Gillbank: "Parespirit"
regular drammer: "Master
   Shakespeare"

spirits:
   "Old Tom"
   "cognac"
   "Rumbo"
miller: "Flourmug"
Stout: "Master Doubieswipes"
policemen:
   "Blueskin"
   "Ruin"
cook: "Mrs. Mellon?"
housemaid: "Mrs. Oglebaker"
Old Wiggins: "Cosey"
Madame Pentweazle: "Mrs.
   Scratchcat"

DIR: [Frederick H.] Yates; ARR: Foster

Swiss pas de deux: Baker, Miss Rose; pas de quatre: Brown, King, Gibson, [John] Sanders

sudden arrival of the original civet cat

1. the mists of midnight; 2. the shining river; 3. rising of the river dews; 4. farm of Margery Daw at sunrise; 5. landscape and village; 6. Margery Daw's cottage; 7. Wavelett's trellissed grottos and glittering gardens; 8. village on a market day; 10. Mrs. Salmon's wax-work and tea warehouse, Fleet Street; 11. Lowther Bazaar and empty house, Strand; 12. view near Tunbridge; 13. interior of Gillbank's wine vaults, Pickett Street, Strand; 14. Gutter Lane, the residence of Mr. Wiggins and Mrs. Pentweazle; 15. bird's eye view of London by moonlight from the housetop of Mrs. Pentweazle; 16. the street 17. dazzling temple of delight


27 Dec 1833
Fri eve
Adelphi
26 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (15)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 26 Dec 1833, next 28 Dec 1833

2) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (26)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 26 Dec 1833, next 28 Dec 1833

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (2)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 26 Dec 1833, next 28 Dec 1833


28 Dec 1833
Sat eve
Adelphi
26 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (16)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 27 Dec 1833, next 30 Dec 1833

2) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (27)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 27 Dec 1833, next 22 Mar 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (3)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 27 Dec 1833, next 30 Dec 1833


30 Dec 1833
Mon eve
Adelphi
30 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (26)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 23 Dec 1833, next 31 Dec 1833

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (17)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 28 Dec 1833, next 31 Dec 1833

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (4)

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

Cast truncated in the source


31 Dec 1833
Tue eve
Adelphi
30 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (27)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 30 Dec 1833, next 1 Jan 1834

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (18)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 30 Dec 1833, next 1 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (5)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 30 Dec 1833, next 1 Jan 1834


1 Jan 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
30 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (28)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 31 Dec 1833, next 2 Jan 1834

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (19)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 31 Dec 1833, next 2 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (6)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 31 Dec 1833, next 2 Jan 1834


2 Jan 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
30 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (29)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 1 Jan 1834, next 3 Jan 1834

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (20)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 1 Jan 1834, next 3 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (7)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 1 Jan 1834, next 3 Jan 1834


3 Jan 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
30 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (30)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 2 Jan 1834, next 4 Jan 1834

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (21)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 2 Jan 1834, next 4 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (8)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 2 Jan 1834, next 4 Jan 1834


4 Jan 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
30 Dec 1833
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (31)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 3 Jan 1834, next 6 Jan 1834

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (22)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 3 Jan 1834, next 6 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (9)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 3 Jan 1834, next 6 Jan 1834


6 Jan 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
6 Jan 1834
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (32)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 4 Jan 1834, next 7 Jan 1834

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (23)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 4 Jan 1834, next 7 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (10)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 4 Jan 1834, next 7 Jan 1834


7 Jan 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
6 Jan 1834
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (33)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 6 Jan 1834, next 8 Jan 1834

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (24)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 6 Jan 1834, next 8 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (11)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 6 Jan 1834, next 8 Jan 1834


8 Jan 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
6 Jan 1834
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (34)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 7 Jan 1834, next 9 Jan 1834

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (25)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 7 Jan 1834, next 9 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (12)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 7 Jan 1834, next 9 Jan 1834


9 Jan 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
6 Jan 1834
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (35)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 8 Jan 1834, next 10 Jan 1834

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (26)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 8 Jan 1834, next 10 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (13)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 8 Jan 1834, next 10 Jan 1834


10 Jan 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
6 Jan 1834
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (36)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 9 Jan 1834, next 11 Jan 1834

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (27)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 9 Jan 1834, next 11 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (14)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 9 Jan 1834, next 11 Jan 1834


11 Jan 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
6 Jan 1834
bill
BL

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (37)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 10 Jan 1834, next 13 Jan 1834

2) The Victim; or, The Law in 1650 (28)

Performances first 9 Dec 1833, previous 10 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (15)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 10 Jan 1834, next 13 Jan 1834


13 Jan 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
13 Jan 1834
bill
NN

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [George D. Pitt], COMP: George H. Rodwell, CHOR: Oscar Byrne

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, next 14 Jan 1834

Genre (musical extravaganza) entirely new romantic, operatic, magical, and ballet burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast

mortals Baron of Lorchausen: Bayne; Sir Rupert, the Fearnought: [Henry?] Hemming; Rodolph: Price; Rinaldo: Morris; Manfrido: Green; Albert: Gifford; Rolando: Willing; Baptiste, Sir Rupert's esquire: John Reeve; pilgrim: S[tephen] Smith; The Lady Una (betrothed to Sir Rupert): Miss [Cecilia?] Novello; Miss Bridgett (housekeeper): Mrs. Daly naiades or water nymphs Lurline, the nymph of the Lurlei Berg: Mrs. [Laura] Honey; Fluvia (her attendant): Miss Daly Idex (enamoured with Baptiste): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley nymphs: Miss Lane, Miss [Leone] Griffiths, Miss Slade, Miss Jackson, Miss L. Jackson, Mrs. Woodyer, Miss [Millie?] Barnett, Miss Labatt, Miss Blake, Miss Elder, Miss L. Elder, Miss Astley, Miss Rayner, Miss Hamilton, Miss L. Paris, Miss C. Paris, Miss E. Paris, Miss Somerville, Miss Harris, Miss Hooper Amphibo (River Monster): Brown River Monster attendants: [John] Sanders, King, Gibson

Cast Comment The Paris sisters are on the bill as "Parvis"; Miss "E. Paris" appears as "F. Parvis"

Reference Cast

Baron of Lorchausen: Bayne
Sir Rupert, the Fearnought:
   Henry? Hemming

Rodolph: Price
Rinaldo: Morris
Manfrido: Green
Albert: Gifford
Rolando: Willing
Baptiste, Sir Rupert's esquire:
   John Reeve

pilgrim: Stephen Smith
The Lady Una: Miss Cecilia?
   Novello

Miss Bridgett: Mrs. Daly
Lurline, the nymph of the Lurlei
   Berg: Mrs. Laura Honey
Fluvia: Miss Daly
Idex: Mrs. Robert Keeley
nymphs:
   Miss Lane
   Miss Leone Griffiths
   Miss Slade
   Miss Jackson
   Miss L. Jackson
   Mrs. Woodyer
   Miss Millie? Barnett
   Miss Labatt
   Miss Blake
   Miss Elder
   Miss L. Elder
   Miss Astley
   Miss Rayner
   Miss Hamilton
   Miss L. Paris
   Miss C. Paris
   Miss E. Paris
   Miss Somerville
   Miss Harris
   Miss Hooper
Amphibo: Brown
River Monster attendants:
   John Sanders
   King
   Gibson

DIR: [Frederick H.] Yates

balloon dance

Nymphs bathing and sporting; the revolt; ascent of the water palace

1. hall in Rupert's castle; 2. the Lurlei Berg by moonlight; 3. the river caves; 4. coral retreat of the Naiades; 5. the bath; 6. stalactistic hall; 7. baronial hall in Lorchausen; 8. the oriel chamber

2) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (38)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 11 Jan 1834, next 14 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (16)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 11 Jan 1834, next 14 Jan 1834


14 Jan 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
13 Jan 1834
bill
NN

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (2)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 13 Jan 1834, next 15 Jan 1834

2) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (39)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 13 Jan 1834, next 15 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (17)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 13 Jan 1834, next 15 Jan 1834


15 Jan 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
13 Jan 1834
bill
NN

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (3)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 14 Jan 1834, next 16 Jan 1834

2) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (40)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 14 Jan 1834, next 16 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (18)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 14 Jan 1834, next 16 Jan 1834


16 Jan 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
13 Jan 1834
bill
NN

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (4)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 15 Jan 1834, next 17 Jan 1834

2) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (41)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 15 Jan 1834, next 17 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (19)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 15 Jan 1834, next 17 Jan 1834


17 Jan 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
13 Jan 1834
bill
NN

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (5)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 16 Jan 1834, next 18 Jan 1834

2) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (42)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 16 Jan 1834, next 18 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (20)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 16 Jan 1834, next 18 Jan 1834


18 Jan 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
13 Jan 1834
bill
NN

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (6)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 17 Jan 1834, next 20 Jan 1834

2) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (43)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 17 Jan 1834, next 20 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (21)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 17 Jan 1834, next 20 Jan 1834


20 Jan 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
20 Jan 1834
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (44)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 18 Jan 1834, next 21 Jan 1834

2) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (7)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 18 Jan 1834, next 21 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (22)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 18 Jan 1834, next 21 Jan 1834

Cast truncated in the source


21 Jan 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
20 Jan 1834
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (45)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 20 Jan 1834, next 22 Jan 1834

2) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (8)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 20 Jan 1834, next 22 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (23)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 20 Jan 1834, next 22 Jan 1834


22 Jan 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
20 Jan 1834
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (46)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 21 Jan 1834, next 23 Jan 1834

2) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (9)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 21 Jan 1834, next 23 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (24)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 21 Jan 1834, next 23 Jan 1834


23 Jan 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
20 Jan 1834
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (47)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 22 Jan 1834, next 24 Jan 1834

2) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (10)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 22 Jan 1834, next 24 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (25)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 22 Jan 1834, next 24 Jan 1834


24 Jan 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
20 Jan 1834
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (48)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 23 Jan 1834, next 25 Jan 1834

2) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (11)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 23 Jan 1834, next 25 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (26)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 23 Jan 1834, next 25 Jan 1834


25 Jan 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
20 Jan 1834
bill
NN

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (49)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 24 Jan 1834, next 20 Mar 1834

2) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (12)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 24 Jan 1834, next 27 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (27)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 24 Jan 1834, next 27 Jan 1834


27 Jan 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
27 Jan 1834
bill
BL

1) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Also called Thirty Years of a Woman's Life--Nicoll AU: [John B. Buckstone], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, next 28 Jan 1834

Genre (melodrama) new and original drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Eugene Le Marc (a lancer): [Frederick H.] Yates; Scipio (an Italian comrade): O. Smith; Andrew (a Savoyard): [John B.] Buckstone; Savoyards: Green, Price, Walsh, Willing, Gifford, Miss Labatt, Miss [Millie?] Barnett, Miss Walsh, Miss Jackson, Miss Astley, Miss Elder; Michel: Bayne; Phillippe: Brayne; George: Morris; Isabelle (Savoyard girl): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Sophie (Isabelle's cousin): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley; General Le Marc: [Frederick H.] Yates; Scipio, a charbonniere: O. Smith; Coquin (ruffian): [John] Sanders; Epinoir (ruffian): S[tephen] Smith; Petit Mathieu: Master Kelly; Apollo Bajazet (a fine model): John Reeve; Andrew, a sweep: [John B.] Buckstone; Madame Le Marc: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Marie: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello; Vincent (Isabelle's son): Miss Daly; Apollo, an itinerant image man: John Reeve; Andrew, a farmer: [John B.] Buckstone; Monsieur Le Marc, a traveller: [Frederick H.] Yates; Scipio, a brigand: O. Smith; Madame Isabelle: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Madame Andrew: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

Reference Cast

Eugene Le Marc: Frederick H.
   Yates

Scipio: O. Smith
Andrew: John B. Buckstone
Savoyards:
   Green
   Price
   Walsh
   Willing
   Gifford
   Miss Labatt
   Miss Millie? Barnett
   Miss Walsh
   Miss Jackson
   Miss Astley
   Miss Elder
Michel: Bayne
Phillippe: Brayne
George: Morris
Isabelle: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Sophie: Mrs. Robert Keeley
General Le Marc: Frederick H.
   Yates

Scipio, a charbonniere: O.
   Smith

Coquin: John Sanders
Epinoir: Stephen Smith
Petit Mathieu: Master Kelly
Apollo Bajazet: John Reeve
Andrew, a sweep: John B.
   Buckstone

Madame Le Marc: Mrs. Frederick
   H. Yates

Marie: Miss Cecilia? Novello
Vincent: Miss Daly
Apollo, an itinerant image man:
   John Reeve

Andrew, a farmer: John B.
   Buckstone

Monsieur Le Marc, a traveller:
   Frederick H. Yates

Scipio, a brigand: O. Smith
Madame Isabelle: Mrs. Frederick
   H. Yates

Madame Andrew: Mrs. Robert
   Keeley


DIR: [Frederick H.] Yates

[1794] I,i the Piedmontese Alps; [1802] II, i boudoir of Madame Le Marc; II, ii a street in Paris; II, iii an artist's studio; II,iv salon in the house of the general; [1815] III,i interior of a Savoyard cottage; III,ii a passage of the Alps by moonlight; III,iii an Alpine valley

2) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (13)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 25 Jan 1834, next 28 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (28)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 25 Jan 1834, next 28 Jan 1834


28 Jan 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
27 Jan 1834
bill
BL

1) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (2)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 27 Jan 1834, next 29 Jan 1834

2) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (14)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 27 Jan 1834, next 29 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (29)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 27 Jan 1834, next 29 Jan 1834


29 Jan 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
27 Jan 1834
bill
BL

1) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (3)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 28 Jan 1834, next 31 Jan 1834

2) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (15)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 28 Jan 1834, next 31 Jan 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (30)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 28 Jan 1834, next 31 Jan 1834


30 Jan 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
30 Jan 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Anniversary: Martyr's Day entertainment

1) Mr. Yates's Reminiscences, Views of Himself and Others (1)

Title Comment A single act consisting of imitations and monologues taken from an established routine AU: [Frederick H.] Yates

Performances first 30 Jan 1834

Genre (entertainment) entertainments; 1 act

First Night Cast

principal performer: [Frederick H.] Yates

Reference Cast

principal performer: Frederick
   H. Yates

"Masquerading", [Frederick H.] Yates; "Vauxhall Gardens", [Frederick H.] Yates; "Astley's Amphitheatre", [Frederick H.] Yates

2) Stop Thief (1)

AU: [Frederick H.] Yates

Performances first 30 Jan 1834

First Night Cast

Mr. Piscator Nibble: [Frederick H.] Yates; Spencer Titivate (alis Jonquil Jasmine): [Frederick H.] Yates; Tommy: [Frederick H.] Yates; Barnaby Boshby: [Frederick H.] Yates; Orator Cage: [Frederick H.] Yates; Emily Simper: [Frederick H.] Yates; Penelope Pops: [Frederick H.] Yates; Mrs. McNigglewrih: [Frederick H.] Yates

Reference Cast

Mr. Piscator Nibble: Frederick
   H. Yates

Spencer Titivate: Frederick H.
   Yates

Tommy: Frederick H. Yates
Barnaby Boshby: Frederick H.
   Yates

Orator Cage: Frederick H. Yates
Emily Simper: Frederick H.
   Yates

Penelope Pops: Frederick H.
   Yates

Mrs. McNigglewrih: Frederick H.
   Yates

General Non-Title Information

"The Forester's Glee" (from The Rake), Walsh, Green, Morris, Gifford, Price, Willing

tableau vivant: "The Bath of the Naiades", Mrs. [Laura] Honey, Mrs. Daly; -21 minor female performers; monopolologue: "Stop Thief", [Frederick H.] Yates; dioramas: "Fairy Dreams"

"Revolt of the Naiades, The Warrior Nymphs"


31 Jan 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
27 Jan 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (16)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 29 Jan 1834, next 1 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (4)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 29 Jan 1834, next 1 Feb 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (31)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 29 Jan 1834, next 1 Feb 1834


1 Feb 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
27 Jan 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (17)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 31 Jan 1834, next 3 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (5)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 31 Jan 1834, next 3 Feb 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (32)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 31 Jan 1834, next 3 Feb 1834


3 Feb 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
3 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (18)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 1 Feb 1834, next 4 Feb 1834

Cast truncated in the source

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (6)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 1 Feb 1834, next 4 Feb 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (33)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 1 Feb 1834, next 4 Feb 1834


4 Feb 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
3 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (19)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 3 Feb 1834, next 5 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (7)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 3 Feb 1834, next 5 Feb 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (34)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 3 Feb 1834, next 5 Feb 1834


5 Feb 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
3 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (20)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 4 Feb 1834, next 6 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (8)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 4 Feb 1834, next 6 Feb 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (35)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 4 Feb 1834, next 6 Feb 1834


6 Feb 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
3 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (21)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 5 Feb 1834, next 7 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (9)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 5 Feb 1834, next 7 Feb 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (36)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 5 Feb 1834, next 7 Feb 1834


7 Feb 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
3 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (22)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 6 Feb 1834, next 8 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (10)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 6 Feb 1834, next 8 Feb 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (37)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 6 Feb 1834, next 8 Feb 1834


8 Feb 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
3 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (23)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 7 Feb 1834, next 10 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (11)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 7 Feb 1834, next 10 Feb 1834

3) Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw (38)

Performances first 26 Dec 1833, previous 7 Feb 1834


10 Feb 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
10 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (24)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 8 Feb 1834, next 11 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (12)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 8 Feb 1834, next 11 Feb 1834

3) The Night Errand; or, A Traveller in Spite of Himself (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 10 Feb 1834, next 11 Feb 1834

Genre (burletta) comic burletta

First Night Cast

Samuel Dobbs (country sporting gentleman): [James P.] Wilkinson; Sir Harry Wildare: [Henry?] Hemming; Scamper: S[tephen] Smith; Wild: Brayne; Tom Trusty: [John] Sanders; Clutchet: Bayne; Touch: Gibson; Martin: Green; Burmeddon (rieu effendix): Morris; Dragsman: King; Ida (Greek slave): Miss [Cecilia?] Novello; Mrs. Bitters: Mrs. Daly

Cast Comment note actor named Brayne in addition to a Bayne in same cast

Reference Cast

Samuel Dobbs: James P.
   Wilkinson

Sir Harry Wildare: Henry?
   Hemming

Scamper: Stephen Smith
Wild: Brayne
Tom Trusty: John Sanders
Clutchet: Bayne
Touch: Gibson
Martin: Green
Burmeddon: Morris
Dragsman: King
Ida: Miss Cecilia? Novello
Mrs. Bitters: Mrs. Daly


11 Feb 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
10 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (25)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 10 Feb 1834, next 13 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (13)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 10 Feb 1834, next 13 Feb 1834

3) The Night Errand; or, A Traveller in Spite of Himself (2)

Performances first 10 Feb 1834, previous 10 Feb 1834, next 13 Feb 1834


12 Feb 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi

DARK: Ash Wednesday


13 Feb 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
10 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (26)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 11 Feb 1834, next 15 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (14)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 11 Feb 1834, next 15 Feb 1834

Cast truncated in the source

3) The Night Errand; or, A Traveller in Spite of Himself (3)

Performances first 10 Feb 1834, previous 11 Feb 1834, next 15 Feb 1834


14 Feb 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
19 Feb 1834
bill
BL

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home


15 Feb 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
10 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (27)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 13 Feb 1834, next 17 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (15)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 13 Feb 1834, next 17 Feb 1834

3) The Night Errand; or, A Traveller in Spite of Himself (4)

Performances first 10 Feb 1834, previous 13 Feb 1834


17 Feb 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
17 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (28)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 15 Feb 1834, next 18 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (16)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 15 Feb 1834, next 18 Feb 1834

3) Freaks and Follies [; or, A Match for the Old One] (1)

AU: [George H. Rodwell]

Performances first 17 Feb 1834, next 18 Feb 1834

Genre (burletta) comic burletta

First Night Cast

Sir William Franklin: W. Bennett; Captain Roland: Brayne; Tom Trippet: [James P.] Wilkinson; Doctor Growl: Brayne; Mr. Franklin: [Henry?] Hemming; Chouse: [John] Sanders; Emily: Miss Jackson

Reference Cast

Sir William Franklin: W.
   Bennett

Captain Roland: Brayne
Tom Trippet: James P. Wilkinson
Doctor Growl: Brayne
Mr. Franklin: Henry? Hemming
Chouse: John Sanders
Emily: Miss Jackson


18 Feb 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
17 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (29)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 17 Feb 1834, next 20 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (17)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 17 Feb 1834, next 20 Feb 1834

3) Freaks and Follies [; or, A Match for the Old One] (2)

Performances first 17 Feb 1834, previous 17 Feb 1834, next 20 Feb 1834


19 Feb 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
19 Feb 1834
bill
BL

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home


20 Feb 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
17 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (30)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 18 Feb 1834, next 22 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (18)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 18 Feb 1834, next 22 Feb 1834

3) Freaks and Follies [; or, A Match for the Old One] (3)

Performances first 17 Feb 1834, previous 18 Feb 1834, next 22 Feb 1834


21 Feb 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
19 Feb 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home


22 Feb 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
17 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (31)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 20 Feb 1834, next 24 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (19)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 20 Feb 1834, next 24 Feb 1834

3) Freaks and Follies [; or, A Match for the Old One] (4)

Performances first 17 Feb 1834, previous 20 Feb 1834


24 Feb 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
24 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (32)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 22 Feb 1834, next 25 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (20)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 22 Feb 1834, next 25 Feb 1834

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (1)

AU: [Samuel J. Arnold]

Performances first 24 Feb 1834, next 25 Feb 1834

Genre (burlesque) burlesque

First Night Cast

Abrahamides: John Reeve; Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson; Piercey: S[tephen] Smith; Bernardo: [John] Sanders; Dorothea: Miss Daly; Tittilindo: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello; Mopperella: Mrs. Daly; Blousedora: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

Reference Cast

Abrahamides: John Reeve
Francisco: James P. Wilkinson
Piercey: Stephen Smith
Bernardo: John Sanders
Dorothea: Miss Daly
Tittilindo: Miss Cecilia?
   Novello

Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
Blousedora: Miss Millie?
   Barnett

parody: "Heavy Wet", John Reeve

grand attack of horse and foot

Cast truncated in the source


25 Feb 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
24 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (33)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 24 Feb 1834, next 27 Feb 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (21)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 24 Feb 1834, next 27 Feb 1834

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (2)

Performances first 24 Feb 1834, previous 24 Feb 1834, next 27 Feb 1834


26 Feb 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
26 Feb 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home


27 Feb 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
24 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (34)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 25 Feb 1834, next 1 Mar 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (22)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 25 Feb 1834, next 1 Mar 1834

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (3)

Performances first 24 Feb 1834, previous 25 Feb 1834, next 1 Mar 1834


28 Feb 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
26 Feb 1834
bill
BL

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home


1 Mar 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
24 Feb 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (35)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 27 Feb 1834, next 3 Mar 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (23)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 27 Feb 1834, next 3 Mar 1834

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (4)

Performances first 24 Feb 1834, previous 27 Feb 1834, next 3 Mar 1834


3 Mar 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
3 Mar 1834
bill
NN

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (36)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 1 Mar 1834, next 4 Mar 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (24)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 1 Mar 1834, next 4 Mar 1834

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (5)

Performances first 24 Feb 1834, previous 1 Mar 1834, next 4 Mar 1834


4 Mar 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
3 Mar 1834
bill
NN

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (37)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 3 Mar 1834, next 6 Mar 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (25)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 3 Mar 1834, next 6 Mar 1834

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (6)

Performances first 24 Feb 1834, previous 3 Mar 1834, next 6 Mar 1834


5 Mar 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
5 Mar 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home


6 Mar 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
3 Mar 1834
bill
NN

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (38)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 4 Mar 1834, next 8 Mar 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (26)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 4 Mar 1834, next 8 Mar 1834

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (7)

Performances first 24 Feb 1834, previous 4 Mar 1834, next 8 Mar 1834


7 Mar 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
5 Mar 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home


8 Mar 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
3 Mar 1834
bill
NN

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (39)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 6 Mar 1834, next 10 Mar 1834

2) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (27)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 6 Mar 1834, next 10 Mar 1834

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (8)

Performances first 24 Feb 1834, previous 6 Mar 1834


10 Mar 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
10 Mar 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (40)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 8 Mar 1834, next 11 Mar 1834

2) Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Charles J. Mathews]

Performances first 10 Mar 1834, next 11 Mar 1834

Genre (farce) new burletta

First Night Cast

Alfred de Wilback: [Frederick H.] Yates; Donderdunk: [Henry?] Hemming; Christian: Brayne; Grosman: W. Bennett; Count Albert (a stranger): O. Smith; servant: Phillips; chasseurs: Walsh, Willing, Green, Price, Morris, Gifford; Mina: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Alice: Miss Daly

Reference Cast

Alfred de Wilback: Frederick H.
   Yates

Donderdunk: Henry? Hemming
Christian: Brayne
Grosman: W. Bennett
Count Albert: O. Smith
servant: Phillips
chasseurs:
   Walsh
   Willing
   Green
   Price
   Morris
   Gifford
Mina: Mrs. Frederick H. Yates
Alice: Miss Daly

3) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (28)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 8 Mar 1834, next 11 Mar 1834


11 Mar 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
10 Mar 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (41)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 10 Mar 1834, next 13 Mar 1834

2) Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (2)

Performances first 10 Mar 1834, previous 10 Mar 1834, next 13 Mar 1834

3) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (29)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 10 Mar 1834, next 13 Mar 1834


12 Mar 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
12 Mar 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home


13 Mar 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
10 Mar 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (42)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 11 Mar 1834, next 15 Mar 1834

2) Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (3)

Performances first 10 Mar 1834, previous 11 Mar 1834, next 15 Mar 1834

3) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (30)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 11 Mar 1834, next 15 Mar 1834


14 Mar 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
12 Mar 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home


15 Mar 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
10 Mar 1834
bill
BL

1) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (43)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 13 Mar 1834, next 17 Mar 1834

2) Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (4)

Performances first 10 Mar 1834, previous 13 Mar 1834, next 17 Mar 1834

3) Isabelle; or, Woman's Life (31)

Performances first 27 Jan 1834, previous 13 Mar 1834


17 Mar 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
17 Mar 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Benefit: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates

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

AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 17 Mar 1834, next 22 Mar 1834

Genre (melodrama) popular highly domestic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Alexandre (roue): [Frederick H.] Yates; Michael (journeyman upholsterer): [Henry?] Hemming; Victorine, embroiderer: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Elise (a seamstress): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley (1st time); Mr. Bonassus (jeweller): John Reeve; Blaise (his man): [John B.] Buckstone; Madame St. Victor: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Madame le Baronne Elise: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley; Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly; Justine: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello; Cisar Chanteloupe (Alexandre's friend, an old officer of the Imperial army): O. Smith; Bernard (silversmith): Phillips; sergeants of the National Guard: S[tephen] Smith, Morris; Victorine, keeper of a lodging house: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Sophie: Mrs. Gallot; Elise, vendor of oranges: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

Reference Cast

Alexandre: Frederick H. Yates
Michael: Henry? Hemming
Victorine, embroiderer: Mrs.
   Frederick H. Yates

Elise: Mrs. Robert Keeley
Mr. Bonassus: John Reeve
Blaise: John B. Buckstone
Madame St. Victor: Mrs.
   Frederick H. Yates

Madame le Baronne Elise: Mrs.
   Robert Keeley

Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly
Justine: Miss Cecilia? Novello
Cisar Chanteloupe: O. Smith
Bernard: Phillips
sergeants of the National Guard:
   Stephen Smith
   Morris
Victorine, keeper of a lodging
   house: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Sophie: Mrs. Gallot
Elise, vendor of oranges: Mrs.
   Robert Keeley

2) Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (5)

Performances first 10 Mar 1834, previous 15 Mar 1834, next 20 Mar 1834

3) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (44)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 15 Mar 1834, next 18 Mar 1834


18 Mar 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
18 Mar 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Benefit: John Reeve

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

AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 18 Mar 1834

Genre (melodrama) celebrated domestic burletta; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Miles Bertram (Squire of Moatley): [Frederick H.] Yates; Captain Grampus (a smuggler): O. Smith; Walter Barnard (a young farmer): [Henry?] Hemming; Marmaduke Magog (parish constable): John Reeve; Jemmy Starling (a farmer's boy): [John B.] Buckstone; Blackadder (a pirate): S[tephen] Smith; pirates: Walsh, Willing, Green, Morris, Gifford, Price; Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Bella: Mrs. Daly; Dame Barnard: Mrs. Daly; Mrs. Starling: Mrs. Beaumont

Reference Cast

Miles Bertram: Frederick H.
   Yates

Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Walter Barnard: Henry? Hemming
Marmaduke Magog: John Reeve
Jemmy Starling: John B.
   Buckstone

Blackadder: Stephen Smith
pirates:
   Walsh
   Willing
   Green
   Morris
   Gifford
   Price
Alice: Mrs. Frederick H. Yates
Bella: Mrs. Daly
Dame Barnard: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Starling: Mrs. Beaumont

2) Cupid (14)

Performances first 2 Dec 1833, previous 23 Dec 1833

comic songs: John Reeve

old English morris dance: (from The Victim), Brown, King, Gibson, J. Baker, Miss Lane, Miss Rose, Miss Slade, Miss Labatt

Cast truncated in the source

3) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (45)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 17 Mar 1834, next 20 Mar 1834

4) The Mummy (19)

Performances first 30 Sep 1833, previous 14 Dec 1833

Cast as reference cast (30 Sep 1833)

BUT Mr. Mandragon: W. Bennett


19 Mar 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
19 Mar 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home


20 Mar 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
20 Mar 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Benefit: Mrs. [Laura] Honey

1) The Rake and His Pupil; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage (50)

Performances first 25 Nov 1833, previous 25 Jan 1834

Cast as reference cast (25 Nov 1833)

ADDS foresters: Walsh

Cast Comment Role now listed as "foresters glee"

2) Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (6)

Performances first 10 Mar 1834, previous 17 Mar 1834

3) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (46)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 18 Mar 1834, next 22 Mar 1834

General Non-Title Information

duet: Mrs. Young, Mrs. [Laura] Honey


21 Mar 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
19 Mar 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home


22 Mar 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
22 Mar 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Command: By Particular Desire

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

Performances first 17 Mar 1834, previous 17 Mar 1834

2) P. P.; or, The Man and the Tiger (28)

Performances first 21 Oct 1833, previous 28 Dec 1833

3) Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades (47)

Performances first 13 Jan 1834, previous 20 Mar 1834


24 Mar 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
24 Mar 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home


25 Mar 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
24 Mar 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home


26 Mar 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
24 Mar 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home


27 Mar 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
24 Mar 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home


28 Mar 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi

DARK: Good Friday


7 Apr 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
7 Apr 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Non-resident Company: Paganini and Orchestra


8 Apr 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
8 Apr 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (1)

Title Comment Parts 1 and 2 entitled Youthful Days of Mr. Mathews and Part 3, The Polly Packet AU: Charles J. Mathews, Richard B. Peake

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, next 10 Apr 1834

Genre (entertainment) 3 parts

First Night Cast

performer: Charles Mathews

Reference Cast

performer: Charles Mathews

piano-flageolet: Moss Moss will accompany the songs and perform rondos between the acts on a newly invented instrument the piano-flageolet

"School of Orators", Charles Mathews; "Market Day", Charles Mathews; "Humours of the Packet", Charles Mathews; "An Irish Rubber at Whist", Charles Mathews; "Volunteer Field Day and Sham Fight", Charles Mathews; "Lord Mayor's Show", Charles Mathews


9 Apr 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
7 Apr 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Non-resident Company: Paganini and Orchestra


10 Apr 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
8 Apr 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (2)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 8 Apr 1834, next 12 Apr 1834


11 Apr 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
11 Apr 1834
bill
NN

Special Performance Non-resident Company: Paganini and Orchestra


12 Apr 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
8 Apr 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (3)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 10 Apr 1834, next 15 Apr 1834


15 Apr 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
15 Apr 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (4)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 12 Apr 1834, next 17 Apr 1834


17 Apr 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
15 Apr 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (5)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 15 Apr 1834, next 19 Apr 1834


19 Apr 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
15 Apr 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (6)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 17 Apr 1834, next 22 Apr 1834


22 Apr 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
22 Apr 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (7)

Title Comment Part 3: Pleasures of a Sea Voyage dropped from bill after this date Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 19 Apr 1834, next 24 Apr 1834


24 Apr 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
22 Apr 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (8)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 22 Apr 1834, next 26 Apr 1834


26 Apr 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
22 Apr 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (9)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 24 Apr 1834, next 29 Apr 1834


29 Apr 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
29 Apr 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (10)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 26 Apr 1834, next 1 May 1834

"Crooskeen Lawn", Charles Mathews; medley: "Street Melodists" [Charles Mathews], Charles Mathews


1 May 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
29 Apr 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (11)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 29 Apr 1834, next 3 May 1834


3 May 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
29 Apr 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (12)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 1 May 1834, next 6 May 1834


6 May 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
6 May 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (13)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 3 May 1834, next 8 May 1834


8 May 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
6 May 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (14)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 6 May 1834, next 10 May 1834


10 May 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
6 May 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (15)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 8 May 1834, next 13 May 1834


13 May 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
13 May 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (16)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 10 May 1834, next 15 May 1834


15 May 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
13 May 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (17)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 13 May 1834, next 17 May 1834


17 May 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
13 May 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (18)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 15 May 1834, next 20 May 1834


20 May 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
20 May 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (19)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 17 May 1834, next 22 May 1834


22 May 1834
Thu eve
Adelphi
20 May 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (20)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 20 May 1834, next 24 May 1834


24 May 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
20 May 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (21)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 22 May 1834, next 27 May 1834


27 May 1834
Tue eve
Adelphi
27 May 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (22)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 24 May 1834, next 31 May 1834


31 May 1834
Sat eve
Adelphi
27 May 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (23)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 27 May 1834, next 2 Jun 1834


2 Jun 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
2 Jun 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (24)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 31 May 1834, next 4 Jun 1834


4 Jun 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
2 Jun 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (25)

Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 2 Jun 1834, next 6 Jun 1834


6 Jun 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
2 Jun 1834
bill
NN

1) Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (26)

Title Comment billed as "last nt" Performances first 8 Apr 1834, previous 4 Jun 1834


9 Jun 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
9 Jun 1834
bill
NN

1) Mr. Mathews At Home with His Comic Annual (1)

Title Comment second of the series being a revival of Home Circuit; or, London Gleanings; Nicoll says it was titled Home Circuit; or, Cockney Gleanings when performed at the Lyceum, 8 March 1827 AU: Charles Mathews

Performances first 9 Jun 1834, next 13 Jun 1834

Genre (entertainment) celebrated entertainment; 3 parts

First Night Cast

performer: [Frederick H.] Yates

Reference Cast

performer: Frederick H. Yates

"Medley of Melodists", Charles Mathews; "Short Stages", Charles Mathews; comic song: "The Humours of a Country Fair", Charles Mathews; "The Thames Sailing Match", Charles Mathews; "London at Five in the Morning", Charles Mathews; "Epping Hunt", Charles Mathews; "The Country Concert", Charles Mathews


13 Jun 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
9 Jun 1834
bill
NN

1) Mr. Mathews At Home with His Comic Annual (2)

Performances first 9 Jun 1834, previous 9 Jun 1834, next 16 Jun 1834


16 Jun 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
16 Jun 1834
bill
NN

1) Mr. Mathews At Home with His Comic Annual (3)

Performances first 9 Jun 1834, previous 13 Jun 1834, next 18 Jun 1834


18 Jun 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
16 Jun 1834
bill
NN

1) Mr. Mathews At Home with His Comic Annual (4)

Performances first 9 Jun 1834, previous 16 Jun 1834, next 20 Jun 1834


20 Jun 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
16 Jun 1834
bill
NN

1) Mr. Mathews At Home with His Comic Annual (5)

Performances first 9 Jun 1834, previous 18 Jun 1834, next 23 Jun 1834


23 Jun 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
23 Jun 1834
bill
NN

1) Mr. Mathews At Home with His Comic Annual (6)

Performances first 9 Jun 1834, previous 20 Jun 1834, next 25 Jun 1834


25 Jun 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
23 Jun 1834
bill
NN

1) Mr. Mathews At Home with His Comic Annual (7)

Performances first 9 Jun 1834, previous 23 Jun 1834, next 27 Jun 1834


27 Jun 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
23 Jun 1834
bill
NN

1) Mr. Mathews At Home with His Comic Annual (8)

Performances first 9 Jun 1834, previous 25 Jun 1834, next 30 Jun 1834


30 Jun 1834
Mon eve
Adelphi
30 Jun 1834
bill
NN

1) Mr. Mathews At Home with His Comic Annual (9)

Performances first 9 Jun 1834, previous 27 Jun 1834, next 2 Jul 1834


2 Jul 1834
Wed eve
Adelphi
30 Jun 1834
bill
NN

1) Mr. Mathews At Home with His Comic Annual (10)

Performances first 9 Jun 1834, previous 30 Jun 1834, next 4 Jul 1834


4 Jul 1834
Fri eve
Adelphi
30 Jun 1834
bill
NN

1) Mr. Mathews At Home with His Comic Annual (11)

Performances first 9 Jun 1834, previous 2 Jul 1834

General Non-Title Information

Last night of season

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

30 September 1833 - 4 July 1834 191 performances: 191 evening

Anniversary (1): Martyr's Day entertainment (30 Jan 1834)
Benefit (3): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates (17 Mar 1834)
John Reeve (18 Mar 1834)
Mrs. [Laura] Honey (20 Mar 1834)
Command (1): By Particular Desire (22 Mar 1834)
Dark (4): Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1833, 25 Dec 1833)
Ash Wednesday (12 Feb 1834)
Good Friday (28 Mar 1834)
Lenten Entertainment (15): Mr. and Mrs. Yates At Home (14 Feb 1834, 19 Feb 1834, 21 Feb 1834, 26 Feb 1834, 28 Feb 1834, 5 Mar 1834, 7 Mar 1834, 12 Mar 1834, 14 Mar 1834, 19 Mar 1834, 21 Mar 1834, 24 Mar 1834, 25 Mar 1834, 26 Mar 1834, 27 Mar 1834)
Non-Resident Theatre Companies (3): Paganini and Orchestra (7 Apr 1834, 9 Apr 1834, 11 Apr 1834)

Theatre Management And Functionaries

Authors

Addison, Henry R. Butterfly's Ball, The (18 Nov 1833)
Arnold, Samuel J. Quadrupeds, The (24 Feb 1834)
Bernard, William B. Mummy, The (30 Sep 1833)
Bernard?, William B. Wooing a Widow (21 Oct 1833)
Brunton, John Victim, The (9 Dec 1833)
Buckstone, John B. Isabelle (27 Jan 1834)
Rake and His Pupil, The (25 Nov 1833)
Victorine (17 Mar 1834)
Wreck Ashore, The (18 Mar 1834)
Cooper, Frederick F. Deserted Village, The (28 Oct 1833)
Fitzball, Edward Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833)
Holl, Henry Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833)
Mathews, Charles Mr. Mathews At Home with His Comic Annual (9 Jun 1834)
Mathews, Charles J. Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (8 Apr 1834)
Truth (10 Mar 1834)
Millingen, John G. Cupid (2 Dec 1833)
Morton, John M. Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833)
Parry, Thomas P. P. (21 Oct 1833)
Peake, Richard B. Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (8 Apr 1834)
Pitt, George D. Lurline (13 Jan 1834)
Rede, William L. Loves of the Stars, The (30 Sep 1833)
Rodwell, George H. Freaks and Follies (17 Feb 1834)
Unknown Night Errand, The (10 Feb 1834)
Twenty Thousand Pounds (7 Oct 1833)
Yates, Frederick H. Mr. Yates's Reminiscences, Views of Himself and Others (30 Jan 1834)
Stop Thief (30 Jan 1834)

Musical Composers And Arrangers

Blewitt, Jonathan Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833)
Callcott, William H. Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833)
Lee, G. Alexander Butterfly's Ball, The (18 Nov 1833)
Loves of the Stars, The (30 Sep 1833)
Rodwell, George H. Deserted Village, The (28 Oct 1833)
Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833)
Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833)
Isabelle (27 Jan 1834)
Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833)
Lurline (13 Jan 1834)
Rake and His Pupil, The (25 Nov 1833)
Victim, The (9 Dec 1833)

Choreographers

Byrne, Oscar Lurline (13 Jan 1834)

Actors

Baker

Zephyr (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833)

Baker, Master

Mudlark (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834)

Bayne

Curate (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Able Darnley (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Michel (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); The Viceroy (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Baron of Lorchausen (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Clutchet (4) in Night Errand (10 Feb 1834 - 15 Feb 1834); Baron de Florville (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834); Mr. Anderson (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834)

Bennett, W.

Major Manville (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Sir William Franklin (4) in Freaks and Follies (17 Feb 1834 - 22 Feb 1834); Morath (12) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 12 Oct 1833); Mr. Mandragon (1) in Mummy (18 Mar 1834); Mr. Staotte (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); Count de Lignolle (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834); Grosman (6) in Truth (10 Mar 1834 - 20 Mar 1834); Mr. Dormer (6) in Twenty Thousand Pounds (7 Oct 1833 - 12 Oct 1833); Daniel Dowgate Esq. (13) in Wooing a Widow (21 Oct 1833 - 23 Dec 1833)

Brayne

Lord Fopling (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Captain Roland (4) in Freaks and Follies (17 Feb 1834 - 22 Feb 1834); Doctor Growl (4) in Freaks and Follies (17 Feb 1834 - 22 Feb 1834); Squire Lambert (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Phillippe (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Reuben (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); Wild (4) in Night Errand (10 Feb 1834 - 15 Feb 1834); Lieutenant Fusill (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); Christian (6) in Truth (10 Mar 1834 - 20 Mar 1834)

Brown

grasshoppers (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); second gamekeeper (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Farmer Hardheart (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); Pantaloon (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); Gomaria (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Amphibo (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Bryant, Master

William Huntley (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833)

Buckstone, John B.

Mr. Text (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Tibby Cracko (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Andrew (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Andrew, a sweep (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Andrew, a farmer (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Ambo Gusto (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Augustus Drummond (6) in Twenty Thousand Pounds (7 Oct 1833 - 12 Oct 1833); Blaise (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Jemmy Starling (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834)

Bush, Master

Dam (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); pages (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834)

Cramer, Master

Tadpole (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834)

Gibson

grasshoppers (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Bates (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Strephon (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); Harlequin (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); Phomoriamex (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); River Monster attendants (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Touch (4) in Night Errand (10 Feb 1834 - 15 Feb 1834)

Gifford

Toddygrass, Daddy Long Legs and a scrore of fluttering things (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); villagers (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Savoyards (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); demons of fire, demons of air, demons of water, demons of earth (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Jap's men (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); Albert (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); visitors (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); foresters (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834); chasseurs (6) in Truth (10 Mar 1834 - 20 Mar 1834); smugglers, sailors (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834); pirates (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834)

Green

Dandylion (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); villagers (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Savoyards (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); demons of fire, demons of air, demons of water, demons of earth (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Jap's men (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); Manfrido (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Martin (4) in Night Errand (10 Feb 1834 - 15 Feb 1834); visitors (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); foresters (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834); chasseurs (6) in Truth (10 Mar 1834 - 20 Mar 1834); smugglers, sailors (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834); pirates (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834)

Hemming, Henry?

Frederick Morden (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Mr. Franklin (4) in Freaks and Follies (17 Feb 1834 - 22 Feb 1834); Floresco (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Hanooh (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); Sir Rupert, the Fearnought (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Sir Harry Wildare (4) in Night Errand (10 Feb 1834 - 15 Feb 1834); Mr. Somerhill (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); Chevalier de Florville (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834); Donderdunk (6) in Truth (10 Mar 1834 - 20 Mar 1834); Edward (6) in Twenty Thousand Pounds (7 Oct 1833 - 12 Oct 1833); Mark Ingleby (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834); Michael (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Arthur Melborn (13) in Wooing a Widow (21 Oct 1833 - 23 Dec 1833); Walter Barnard (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834)

Kelly, Master

Petit Mathieu (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); pages (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834)

King

grasshoppers (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Dr. Cajeput (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Jigjog (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); Clowns (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); Strataphantez (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); River Monster attendants (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Dragsman (4) in Night Errand (10 Feb 1834 - 15 Feb 1834)

Lightfoot, Master

Swamp (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834)

Mathews, Charles

performer (26) in Mathews At Home, Comic Annual (8 Apr 1834 - 6 Jun 1834)

Mordaunt, Frederick H.

James (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); servant (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Ompharak (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); John (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); valets and pages (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834)

Morris

Toddygrass, Daddy Long Legs and a scrore of fluttering things (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Farmer Greenfield (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); officer (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); George (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Juan (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Jap's men (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); Rinaldo (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Burmeddon (4) in Night Errand (10 Feb 1834 - 15 Feb 1834); visitors (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); foresters (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834); chasseurs (6) in Truth (10 Mar 1834 - 20 Mar 1834); jailor (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834); sergeants of the National Guard (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); pirates (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834)

Phillips

Richard (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Thomas (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); valets and pages (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834); servant (6) in Truth (10 Mar 1834 - 20 Mar 1834); smugglers, sailors (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834); Bernard (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Phillips, Jr.

valets and pages (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834)

Price

Toddygrass, Daddy Long Legs and a scrore of fluttering things (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); villagers (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Savoyards (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); demons of fire, demons of air, demons of water, demons of earth (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Jap's men (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); Rodolph (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); visitors (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); foresters (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834); chasseurs (6) in Truth (10 Mar 1834 - 20 Mar 1834); smugglers, sailors (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834); pirates (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834)

Reeve, John

The Jealous Moth (6) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Master Smith, alias Cupid (14) in Cupid (2 Dec 1833 - 18 Mar 1834); Peter Grievous (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Simon Mealbag (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Apollo Bajazet (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Apollo, an itinerant image man (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Pablo (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Baptiste, Sir Rupert's esquire (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Toby Tramp (19) in Mummy (30 Sep 1833 - 18 Mar 1834); Bob Buckskin (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); Abrahamides (8) in Quadrupeds (24 Feb 1834 - 8 Mar 1834); Marquis de Barres (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834); Sam (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834); Mr. Bonassus (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Marmaduke Magog (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834)

Sanders, John

The Jealous Moth (12) in Butterfly's Ball (25 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Mr. Slykey (14) in Cupid (2 Dec 1833 - 18 Mar 1834); Teddy O'Turf (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Chouse (4) in Freaks and Follies (17 Feb 1834 - 22 Feb 1834); Giles (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Miss Guineanob (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); Clowns (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); Coquin (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); River Monster attendants (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Tom Trusty (4) in Night Errand (10 Feb 1834 - 15 Feb 1834); Bernardo (8) in Quadrupeds (24 Feb 1834 - 8 Mar 1834); Germain (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834); landlord (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834)

Smith, O.

Mr. Vulcan Smith (14) in Cupid (2 Dec 1833 - 18 Mar 1834); Mark Maythorn (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Sandy Smith (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Scipio (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Scipio, a charbonniere (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Scipio, a brigand (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Zobaldo, the undying (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Count Albert (6) in Truth (10 Mar 1834 - 20 Mar 1834); Captain Gunnel (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834); Cisar Chanteloupe (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Captain Grampus (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834)

Smith, Stephen

The Beetle (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Corporal Marsden (14) in Cupid (2 Dec 1833 - 18 Mar 1834); Sam (6) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 2 Nov 1833); Justice (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Epinoir (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); The Demon Bat (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Morath (12) in Loves of the Stars (14 Oct 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); pilgrim (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Scamper (4) in Night Errand (10 Feb 1834 - 15 Feb 1834); Piercey (8) in Quadrupeds (24 Feb 1834 - 8 Mar 1834); sheriff (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834); sergeants of the National Guard (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Blackadder (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834)

Taylor

valets and pages (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834)

Walsh

Toddygrass, Daddy Long Legs and a scrore of fluttering things (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); villagers (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Savoyards (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); demons of fire, demons of air, demons of water, demons of earth (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Jap's men (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); foresters (1) in Rake and His Pupil (20 Mar 1834); chasseurs (6) in Truth (10 Mar 1834 - 20 Mar 1834); smugglers, sailors (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834); pirates (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834)

Wilkinson, James P.

Tom Trippet (4) in Freaks and Follies (17 Feb 1834 - 22 Feb 1834); Jap (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); Samuel Dobbs (4) in Night Errand (10 Feb 1834 - 15 Feb 1834); Francisco (8) in Quadrupeds (24 Feb 1834 - 8 Mar 1834); John (13) in Wooing a Widow (21 Oct 1833 - 23 Dec 1833)

Willing

Toddygrass, Daddy Long Legs and a scrore of fluttering things (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); villagers (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Savoyards (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); demons of fire, demons of air, demons of water, demons of earth (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Jap's men (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); Rolando (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); foresters (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834); chasseurs (6) in Truth (10 Mar 1834 - 20 Mar 1834); smugglers, sailors (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834); pirates (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834)

Yates, Frederick H.

Lord Morden (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Joseph Huntley (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Eugene Le Marc (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); General Le Marc (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Monsieur Le Marc, a traveller (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Lenoda (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Korath (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); performer (11) in Mr. Mathews At Home with His Comic Annual (9 Jun 1834 - 4 Jul 1834); principal performer (1) in Mr. Yates's Reminiscences, Views of Himself and Others (30 Jan 1834); Mr. Splasher (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); Rosambert (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834); Mr. Piscator Nibble (1) in Stop Thief (30 Jan 1834); Spencer Titivate (1) in Stop Thief (30 Jan 1834); Tommy (1) in Stop Thief (30 Jan 1834); Barnaby Boshby (1) in Stop Thief (30 Jan 1834); Orator Cage (1) in Stop Thief (30 Jan 1834); Emily Simper (1) in Stop Thief (30 Jan 1834); Penelope Pops (1) in Stop Thief (30 Jan 1834); Mrs. McNigglewrih (1) in Stop Thief (30 Jan 1834); Alfred de Wilback (6) in Truth (10 Mar 1834 - 20 Mar 1834); Honorable Charles Cheverile (6) in Twenty Thousand Pounds (7 Oct 1833 - 12 Oct 1833); Paul Dangerfield (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834); Alexandre (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Miles Bertram (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834)

Actresses

Alleyne, Miss

Peggy (12) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); Rubi (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); Susan Staotte (12) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 2 Nov 1833); Mary (6) in Wooing a Widow (21 Oct 1833 - 26 Oct 1833)

Astley, Miss

bouquet (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Savoyards (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); bridesmaids, peasants, nuns (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); visitors (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); the wedding train (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834)

Baker, Miss

the wedding train (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834)

Barnett, Miss Millie?

Savoyards (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Blousedora (8) in Quadrupeds (24 Feb 1834 - 8 Mar 1834)

Beaumont, Miss

bridesmaids, peasants, nuns (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); the wedding train (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834)

Beaumont, Mrs.

Mrs. Starling (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834)

Blake, Miss

bouquet (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); bridesmaids, peasants, nuns (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); visitors (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834)

Daly, Miss

Rose Queen (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Mrs. Vulcan Smith (14) in Cupid (2 Dec 1833 - 18 Mar 1834); Phillis (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Margery Daw (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); Vincent (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Madame Poupette (6) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (14 Oct 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Malech (12) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 12 Oct 1833); Lilis (12) in Loves of the Stars (14 Oct 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); Fluvia (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Crape (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); Dorothea (8) in Quadrupeds (24 Feb 1834 - 8 Mar 1834); Alice (6) in Truth (10 Mar 1834 - 20 Mar 1834); Mary (7) in Wooing a Widow (16 Dec 1833 - 23 Dec 1833)

Daly, Mrs.

Nelly (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Miss Bridgett (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Mrs. Bitters (4) in Night Errand (10 Feb 1834 - 15 Feb 1834); Mopperella (8) in Quadrupeds (24 Feb 1834 - 8 Mar 1834); Emily (6) in Twenty Thousand Pounds (7 Oct 1833 - 12 Oct 1833); Mrs. Howard (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834); Mrs. Bonassus (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Bella (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834); Dame Barnard (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834)

Debot, Miss

Malech (6) in Loves of the Stars (14 Oct 1833 - 19 Oct 1833)

Elder, Miss

Elder Berry (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Savoyards (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); bridesmaids, peasants, nuns (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); bridesmaids (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834)

Elder, Miss L.

nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Gallot, Mrs.

Sophie (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Griffiths, Miss Leone

Sensitive Plants (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Peggy (36) in Grace Huntley (28 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Riplett (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); fairy beggars (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); Spring (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Duster (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834)

Hambleton, Miss

bridesmaids, peasants, nuns (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833)

Hamilton, Miss

nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Harris, Miss

nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Honey, Mrs. Laura

Queen Bee (12) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Slykey, or Psyche (14) in Cupid (2 Dec 1833 - 18 Mar 1834); Madame Poupette (12) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 12 Oct 1833); Lilis (12) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 12 Oct 1833); Lurline, the nymph of the Lurlei Berg (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Madame de Lignolle (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834); Mary Ingleby (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834)

Hooper, Miss

nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Jackson, Miss

Sweet Briar (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Emily (4) in Freaks and Follies (17 Feb 1834 - 22 Feb 1834); Savoyards (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); bridesmaids, peasants, nuns (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Nama (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Susan Staotte (16) in P. P. (4 Nov 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); visitors (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); bridesmaids (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834)

Jackson, Miss L.

nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Keeley, Mrs. Robert

Sophie (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Madame Andrew (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Idex (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Elise (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Madame le Baronne Elise (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Elise, vendor of oranges (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Labatt, Miss

bouquet (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Whirlpool (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); fairy beggars (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); Savoyards (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); bridesmaids, peasants, nuns (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Malech (6) in Loves of the Stars (21 Oct 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); visitors (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834); Sophie Dupertail (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834)

Lane, Miss

Sensitive Plants (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Columbine (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); Autumn (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Novello, Miss Cecilia?

Queen Bee (6) in Butterfly's Ball (25 Nov 1833 - 30 Nov 1833); First Butterfly (12) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Alice Green (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Wavelett (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); Marie (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Lea (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); The Lady Una (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Ida (4) in Night Errand (10 Feb 1834 - 15 Feb 1834); Tittilindo (8) in Quadrupeds (24 Feb 1834 - 8 Mar 1834); Justine (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834); Justine (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Paris, Miss C.

nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Paris, Miss E.

nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Paris, Miss L.

nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Rayner, Miss

bouquet (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); bridesmaids, peasants, nuns (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); visitors (28) in P. P. (21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834)

Rose, Miss

Rosebud (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Zephyr (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833)

Slade, Miss

The Gadfly (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Twinkle (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); fairy beggars (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); Summer (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Somerville, Miss

nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Walsh, Miss

Current (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); fairy beggars (38) in Harlequin and Margery Daw (26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834); Savoyards (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); bridesmaids, peasants, nuns (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833)

Waylett, Mrs. Harriett

Papillon, the Butterfly Beau (18) in Butterfly's Ball (18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833); Oriella (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Zeraph (24) in Loves of the Stars (30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833); Ellen Bloomley (13) in Wooing a Widow (21 Oct 1833 - 23 Dec 1833)

Woodyer, Mrs.

bridesmaids, peasants, nuns (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); nymphs (47) in Lurline (13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); the wedding train (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834)

Yates, Mrs. Frederick H.

Annette (24) in Deserted Village (28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833); Grace Darnley, later Grace Huntley (48) in Grace Huntley (14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833); Isabelle (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Madame Le Marc (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Madame Isabelle (31) in Isabelle (27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834); Lekinda (18) in Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman (30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833); Marchioness de Barres (50) in Rake and His Pupil (25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834); Mina (6) in Truth (10 Mar 1834 - 20 Mar 1834); Cecile (6) in Twenty Thousand Pounds (7 Oct 1833 - 12 Oct 1833); Lucy Howard (28) in Victim (9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834); Victorine, embroiderer (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Madame St. Victor (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Victorine, keeper of a lodging house (2) in Victorine (17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834); Alice (1) in Wreck Ashore (18 Mar 1834)

Musicians

Singers

Dancers

Entertainers

Pieces Performed And Summary Cast Lists

* Butterfly's Ball, The; or, The Jealous Moth

(bsq) by Henry R. Addison, G. Alexander Lee (comp) (18 times, 18 Nov 1833 - 14 Dec 1833)

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Cupid

(burlesque) by John G. Millingen (14 times, 2 Dec 1833 - 18 Mar 1834)

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* Deserted Village, The

(farce) by Frederick F. Cooper, George H. Rodwell (comp) (24 times, 28 Oct 1833 - 23 Nov 1833)

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Freaks and Follies[; or, A Match for the Old One]

(burletta) by George H. Rodwell (4 times, 17 Feb 1834 - 22 Feb 1834)

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Grace Huntley

(melodrama, 3 acts) by Henry Holl, George H. Rodwell (comp), Jonathan Blewitt (comp) (48 times, 14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833)

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* Harlequin and Margery Daw; or, The Saucy Slut and the See-Saw

(pantomime) by John M. Morton, George H. Rodwell (comp), William H. Callcott (comp) (38 times, 26 Dec 1833 - 8 Feb 1834)

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* Isabelle; or, Woman's Life

(melodrama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone, George H. Rodwell (comp) (31 times, 27 Jan 1834 - 15 Mar 1834)

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* Lekinda, The Sleepless Woman

(romantic drama) by Edward Fitzball, George H. Rodwell (comp) (18 times, 30 Sep 1833 - 19 Oct 1833)

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* Loves of the Stars, The

(musical drama) by William L. Rede, G. Alexander Lee (comp) (24 times, 30 Sep 1833 - 26 Oct 1833)

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* Lurline; or, The Revolt of the Naiades

(musical extravaganza, 3 acts) by George D. Pitt, George H. Rodwell (comp), Oscar Byrne (chor) (47 times, 13 Jan 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

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Mathews At Home, Comic Annual

(entertainment, 3 parts) by Charles J. Mathews, Richard B. Peake (26 times, 8 Apr 1834 - 6 Jun 1834)

Summary Cast:

Mr. Mathews At Home with His Comic Annual

(entertainment, 3 parts) by Charles Mathews (11 times, 9 Jun 1834 - 4 Jul 1834)

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Mr. Yates's Reminiscences, Views of Himself and Others

(entertainment, 1 act) by Frederick H. Yates (1 time, 30 Jan 1834)

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Mummy, The

(operatic farce) by William B. Bernard (19 times, 30 Sep 1833 - 18 Mar 1834)

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* Night Errand, The; or, A Traveller in Spite of Himself

(burletta) by Unknown (4 times, 10 Feb 1834 - 15 Feb 1834)

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* P. P. or, The Man and the Tiger

(farce) by Thomas Parry (28 times, 21 Oct 1833 - 22 Mar 1834)

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Quadrupeds, The[; or, The Manager's Last Kick]

(burlesque) by Samuel J. Arnold (8 times, 24 Feb 1834 - 8 Mar 1834)

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* Rake and His Pupil, The; or, Folly, Love, and Marriage

(burletta, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone, George H. Rodwell (comp) (50 times, 25 Nov 1833 - 20 Mar 1834)

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Stop Thief

by Frederick H. Yates (1 time, 30 Jan 1834)

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* Truth; or, A Glass Too Much

(farce) by Charles J. Mathews (6 times, 10 Mar 1834 - 20 Mar 1834)

Summary Cast:

Twenty Thousand Pounds; or, London Love

(farce) by Unknown (6 times, 7 Oct 1833 - 12 Oct 1833)

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* Victim, The; or, The Law in 1650

(drama, 3 acts) by John Brunton, George H. Rodwell (comp) (28 times, 9 Dec 1833 - 11 Jan 1834)

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Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It"

(melodrama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone (2 times, 17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

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Wooing a Widow; or, Love under a Lamp Post

(farce) by William B. Bernard? (13 times, 21 Oct 1833 - 23 Dec 1833)

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Wreck Ashore, The; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea

(melodrama, 2 acts) by John B. Buckstone (1 time, 18 Mar 1834)

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Genre

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Adelphi Theatre

End Of 1833-1834 Season

(Generated 30-Sep-1998)


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