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

Seasonal Summary 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

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)

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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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)

Summary Cast:

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)

Summary Cast:

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

(burletta) by George H. Rodwell (4 times, 17 Feb 1834 - 22 Feb 1834)

Summary Cast:

Grace Huntley

(melodrama, 3 acts) by Henry Holl, George H. Rodwell (comp), Jonathan Blewitt (comp) (48 times, 14 Oct 1833 - 7 Dec 1833)

Summary Cast:

* 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)

Summary Cast:

* 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)

Summary Cast:

* 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)

Summary Cast:

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)

Summary Cast:

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

(entertainment, 1 act) by Frederick H. Yates (1 time, 30 Jan 1834)

Summary Cast:

Mummy, The

(operatic farce) by William B. Bernard (19 times, 30 Sep 1833 - 18 Mar 1834)

Summary Cast:

* 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)

Summary Cast:

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

(burlesque) by Samuel J. Arnold (8 times, 24 Feb 1834 - 8 Mar 1834)

Summary Cast:

* 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)

Summary Cast:

Stop Thief

by Frederick H. Yates (1 time, 30 Jan 1834)

Summary Cast:

* 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)

Summary Cast:

* 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)

Summary Cast:

Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It"

(melodrama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone (2 times, 17 Mar 1834 - 22 Mar 1834)

Summary Cast:

Wooing a Widow; or, Love under a Lamp Post

(farce) by William B. Bernard? (13 times, 21 Oct 1833 - 23 Dec 1833)

Summary Cast:

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

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