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 1835-1836

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

28 September 1835 - 21 July 1836

157 performances: 157 evening

Benefit (2): Mrs. Nisbett (14 Dec 1835)
T. Thompson (4 Apr 1836)
Dark (7): Preparing for the new management of Mrs. Nisbett (12 Nov 1835, 13 Nov 1835, 14 Nov 1835)
Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1835, 25 Dec 1835)
Ash Wednesday (17 Feb 1836)
Good Friday (1 Apr 1836)
Lenten Entertainment (11): Elton's Gallery of Shakespeare, Widow Wiggins, Webster's Wallet of Whims (19 Feb 1836, 24 Feb 1836, 26 Feb 1836, 2 Mar 1836, 4 Mar 1836, 9 Mar 1836, 11 Mar 1836, 16 Mar 1836, 18 Mar 1836, 23 Mar 1836, 25 Mar 1836)
Passion Week entertainment (5): Howell's astronomy lectures (28 Mar 1836, 29 Mar 1836, 30 Mar 1836, 31 Mar 1836, 2 Apr 1836)
Post-seasonal Entertainment (1): Grand Masquerade (21 Jul 1836)

The Season

The Adelphi's 1835-36 season was financially and artistically the least successful season of the decade. In fact, the Adelphi company and its management offered more interesting action backstage than it did on stage. They produced thirty-seven plays during the 157-night season, none of which ran for more than 43 performances, indicating a luke-warm audience and critical response to the company's work. Remarks in the Times and the Theatrical Observer, however, hinted that perhaps the lack of artistic achievement could be attributed to management problems and personality conflicts behind the scenes.

The theatre opened its doors on 28 September 1835, under the management of Frederick Yates and Charles J. Mathews, who had inherited his share in the theatre from his father, Charles Mathews. Yates had little to do with the day-to-day operations of the theatre since he was serving as the acting manager at Drury Lane in the fall of 1835 (Pollock, Macready's Reminiscences, p. 359). The younger Mathews, who aspired to be an actor, faced several obstacles to financial success in his first experience as a manager. The company had lost some of its most popular actors, including Yates and his wife, Elizabeth, and comedian John Reeve, who was touring the United States. Historian Thomas Marshall notes that these "disadvantageous circumstances," along with the reduction of ticket prices at the Covent Garden Theatre and the severe competition that caused, "rendered Mr. Mathews' commencement so great a failure that after considerable loss, he consented to Mr. Yates' letting the theatre for the remainder of the season to Messrs. Ephraim Bond and company . . . and eventually disposed of his share" (Lives of the Most Celebrated Actors, p. 193).

On Nov. 12, 13, and 14, 1835, there was "no performance in consequence of extensive preparations for Monday, the 16th" when Louisa Cranston Nisbett took over the management (bill, 9 November 1835). The closing of the Adelphi for any reason other than a holiday had been extremely rare during the 1830's and this move indicates that drastic action needed to be taken to prevent greater financial loss. Apparently, Mathews and Yates secured the assistance of the infamous Bond brothers, who are variously described as gamblers and money-lenders by contemporary sources. As proprietors of the Queen's Theatre in Tottenham Street, they employed Mrs. Nisbett as manager. On 16 November 1835, as promised in the bills of the previous week, she and "Mrs. Honey, Miss Murray, the Miss Mordaunts, Mr. Wrench, Mr. Williams, Mr. Mitchell, and others from the Queen's Theatre, in addition to the present powerful Adelphi Company," reopened the theatre with three new productions, Zarah, The Station House, and The Rival Pages.

Mrs. Nisbett opened the season's most popular play, John Buckstone's The Dream at Sea, on 23 November 1835. The play received little notice in the press, but apparently won some favor with the public since it ran for forty-three performances. Thomas's suggestion that the Adelphi felt the pressure of competition from lower ticket prices at other theatres is borne out in an advertisement that appeared on the 23 November bill for A Dream at Sea, which assures the public that "no means shall be left untried to sustain the present unparalleled success" and that "every effort shall be made to place it out of the power of the CHEAP theatres to compete."

Despite this and other noble proclamations by the management, the Adelphi continued to struggle. It opened play after play with no sustained success. On 23 December 1835, Mrs. Nisbett played her last performance there and returned to the Queen's, and all the other principal players she had brought with her except Mrs. Honey had left by January 2, 1836. Mrs. Stirling (also known as Fanny Clifton) made her Adelphi debut on 26 December 1835. She replaced Mrs. Nisbett and soon became a favorite with audiences and critics alike.

The traditional Christmas pantomime, The Elfin Queen; or The Battle of the Fairies, sustained a respectable run of 43 performances but received the scorn of the Times critic who remarked on the size of the actresses who played the fairies and declared that "the pantomime . . . is not so good as that description of entertainment has usually been at this theatre" (28 December 1835). Late January and early February saw the opening of two other moderately successful plays, George Soane's Luke Somerton and Buckstone's Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes. Each production introduced live horses to the stage, which seem to have both awed and frightened audiences. (See Times, 19 January 1836 and 4 February 1836.) Neither production became the hit the management desperately needed.

February brought more conflicts to the Adelphi's management. The 9 February edition of the Theatrical Observer reported that "determination . . . to shut this Theatre has been abandoned" and that it "arose out of a dispute between [management] and some members of the company which has ended by the dissatisfied parties leaving the theatre." The writer refers to "strange stories concerning the quarrels, the jealousies, and the heart burnings at this theatre." The exact source of these conflicts is a mystery. We may find some clues, however, in the hint that on 4 February Laura Honey "was apparently not very well pleased with her part" (Times) and the fact that she abruptly left the theatre on 13 February. On 18 February, the Theatrical Observer reported "the cause of Mrs. Honey quitting this theatre is said to be her jealousy of Miss Daly, who is about to become the wife of one of the lessees," Mr. Bond. Mrs. Honey's departure did not go unnoticed by the Times critic, who noted in his 24 February review of The Balance of Comfort that "the absence of Mrs. Honey is a drawback on the amusements of the evening."

The season came to a close with Lenten entertainments by Edward Elton, Mrs. Fanny Fitzwilliam and Benjamin Webster. The final productions of the season were revivals of old Adelphi favorites, Victorine, and Oscar The Bandit. Perhaps the highlight of the season for the Adelphi's faithful audience was the announcement on closing night by the stage manager, Mr. Gallott, that in the next season "the theatre will be under the sole management of one who has long and indefatigably laboured for our amusement--that of Mr. Yates, assisted by the oldest and greatest favourites" (Times, 28 March 1836).

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Theatre Management And Functionaries

Authors

Barnett, Morris Yellow Kids, The (19 Oct 1835)
Buckstone, John B. Christening, The (28 Sep 1835)
Dead Shot, A (23 Nov 1835)
Dream at Sea, The (23 Nov 1835)
Jewess, The (1 Dec 1835)
London Carrier, The (28 Sep 1835)
Rienzi (3 Feb 1836)
Victorine (7 Mar 1836)
Dance, George Station House, The (16 Nov 1835)
Fitzball, Edward Jonathan Bradford (2 Nov 1835)
Holl, Henry Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836)
Jerrold, Douglas W. Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835)
Schoolmaster at Home, The (29 Feb 1836)
Mathews, Charles J. Mandrin (28 Sep 1835)
Truth (12 Oct 1835)
Oxenford, John Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista, The (2 Nov 1835)
Pocock, Isaac Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836)
Raymond, Richard J. Balance of Comfort, The (22 Feb 1836)
Rodwell, George H. Mysterious Family, The (5 Oct 1835)
Searle, Thomas J. Ghost Story, A (4 Jan 1836)
Selby, Charles Hunting a Turtle (23 Nov 1835)
Married Rake, The (14 Dec 1835)
Rival Pages, The (16 Nov 1835)
Robert Macaire (4 Apr 1836)
Unfinished Gentleman, The (7 Mar 1836)
Widow's Victim, The (17 Dec 1835)
Soane, George Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836)
Zarah (16 Nov 1835)
Thompson, C. Pelham King's Command, The (26 Oct 1835)
Unknown Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)
Elfin Queen, The (26 Dec 1835)
Family Peculiarities (1 Dec 1835)
Mazourka (7 Dec 1835)

Musical Composers And Arrangers

Callcott, William H. Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista, The (2 Nov 1835)
London Carrier, The (28 Sep 1835)
Mandrin (28 Sep 1835)
Reeve, George W. Rienzi (3 Feb 1836)

Actors

Attwood, W.

groom (9) in Balance of Comfort (22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Guzman (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Stephen (16) in Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835 - 2 Feb 1836); Fairtitle (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); Tibby Cracko (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836); Mr. Jenkins (20) in Jewess (1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835); Jack Rackbottle (3) in Jonathan Bradford (2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835); Little Barnaby (18) in London Carrier (28 Sep 1835 - 31 Oct 1835); Demisou (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Bob Short (33) in Mysterious Family (5 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Pietro (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Pierre (1) in Robert Macaire (4 Apr 1836); Pronoun (4) in Schoolmaster at Home (29 Feb 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Launce (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Bennett, W.

Lilly (9) in Balance of Comfort (22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Sancho (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Bezelnt (2) in Doves in a Cage (1 Feb 1836 - 2 Feb 1836); Digit (11) in Family Peculiarities (1 Dec 1835 - 12 Dec 1835); Pendarves (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); Admiral Vanguard (18) in London Carrier (28 Sep 1835 - 31 Oct 1835); James Somerton (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Mr. Twaddledale (33) in Mysterious Family (5 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Goldstadt (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Rushworth (4) in Schoolmaster at Home (29 Feb 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Grosman (12) in Truth (12 Oct 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Lord Totterly (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (7 Mar 1836 - 17 Mar 1836)

Blake

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison (6) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 3 Oct 1835)

Brooks

Dumont (1) in Robert Macaire (4 Apr 1836)

Brown

dancers at the wedding (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Pantaloon (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); dancers (12) in King's Command (26 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835)

Brunton

Charles (1) in Robert Macaire (4 Apr 1836)

Brunton, Master

Queen's bodyguard (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836)

Buckstone, John B.

Felix Fusby, Esq. (9) in Balance of Comfort (22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Mr. Hopkins Twiddy (6) in Christening (28 Sep 1835 - 3 Oct 1835); Mr. Hector Timid (7) in Dead Shot (23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835); Tom Tinkle (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Robin Redbreast (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); Calebs Scrummidge (3) in Jonathan Bradford (2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835); Coccolo (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Robin (9) in Mazourka (7 Dec 1835 - 16 Dec 1835); Narcissus Daffodil (33) in Mysterious Family (5 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Magnus Bumps (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Poco Punto (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); James Miller (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (7 Mar 1836 - 17 Mar 1836); Blaise (12) in Victorine (7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Mr. Byron Tremaine Pelham Podge (13) in Widow's Victim (17 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836)

Chickely

Squire Lambert (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836)

Chippendale, William H.?

Captain Cannon (1) in Dead Shot (4 Apr 1836)

Dalton

Orsini soldiers (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Dicks, Master

boys (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Elton, Edward W.

Cola di Rienzi (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Jasper (4) in Schoolmaster at Home (29 Feb 1836 - 5 Mar 1836)

Forbes

Mr. Wiseman (1) in Dead Shot (4 Apr 1836); justice (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836)

French, Master

boys (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Fry

wreckers, miners (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); smugglers (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); sailors (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); citizens (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Gallot

Don Manuel (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Captain Cannon (7) in Dead Shot (23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835); Trevanion (7) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835); Farmer Nelson (3) in Jonathan Bradford (2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835); Caleb (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Walmar (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Stephen Colonna (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Gee, Master

boys (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

George

Jack in the Green (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Gibson

dancers at the wedding (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Harlequin (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); dancers (12) in King's Command (26 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); aide-de-camp to the Grand Duke (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836)

Goldsmid

Bill Downey (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (7 Mar 1836 - 17 Mar 1836)

Green

contrabandists, peasants (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Abraham (16) in Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835 - 2 Feb 1836); Michael (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); 1st smuggler (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); King of Little Britain (20) in Jewess (1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835); first sailor (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Lenoir (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); jailor (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Pandulfo di Guido (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); pedlar (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Hemming, Henry?

Richard Penderell (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Lord Berkeley (12) in King's Command (26 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Charles Danvers (18) in London Carrier (28 Sep 1835 - 31 Oct 1835); Frederick Granger (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Captain Belmons (9) in Mazourka (7 Dec 1835 - 16 Dec 1835); Adrian (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Marquis de Preville (6) in Rival Pages (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Horace Meredith (4) in Schoolmaster at Home (29 Feb 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Alfred de Welback (12) in Truth (12 Oct 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); The Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (7 Mar 1836 - 17 Mar 1836); Michael (12) in Victorine (7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Mr. Turtler (13) in Widow's Victim (17 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836); Mr. Edward Davenant (18) in Yellow Kids (19 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Philip Ormiston (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Henry

Giles (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836); Louis (1) in Robert Macaire (4 Apr 1836)

Hollingsworth

Abel Darnley (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836); Germeuil (1) in Robert Macaire (4 Apr 1836)

Hughes, T.

Mr. Hector Timid (1) in Dead Shot (4 Apr 1836); Jacques Strop (1) in Robert Macaire (4 Apr 1836)

James, Master

boys (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Johnson

mob (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Johnson, Master H.

Queen's bodyguard (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836)

Johnson, Master J.

Queen's bodyguard (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836)

Jones

Signor Vivaldi (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Jones, Master

boys (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Keene

contrabandists, peasants (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); first police officer (8) in Dead Shot (23 Nov 1835 - 4 Apr 1836); wedding guests (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); post boy (7) in Hunting a Turtle (23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835); nobles (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); gendarmes, peasants, brigands (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); robbers (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Luigi (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); policemen (6) in Station House (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); servant (12) in Truth (12 Oct 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Bruno (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

King

tailor (9) in Balance of Comfort (22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Giles (16) in Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835 - 2 Feb 1836); dancers at the wedding (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Second Clown (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); dancers (12) in King's Command (26 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); L'argent (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Mocioso (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Knapp

Orsini soldiers (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Lee, Nelson

Don Caesar (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); City Turncock (20) in Jewess (1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835); Sergeant Sam (3) in Jonathan Bradford (2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835); Matchlock (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison (18) in Mandrin (5 Oct 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Commandant (6) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 3 Oct 1835); Frederick (33) in Mysterious Family (5 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); inspector of police (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Francisco (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Howell (4) in Schoolmaster at Home (29 Feb 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Christian (12) in Truth (12 Oct 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Bernard (12) in Victorine (7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836)

Lewis, Master

Dame Avarice, afterwards Pantaloon (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Lyon

villagers (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836)

Manders

Simon Mealbag (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836)

Mercer

Sandy Smith (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836)

Mitchell

Timothy Dandelion (7) in Hunting a Turtle (23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835)

Montague

Francois (1) in Robert Macaire (4 Apr 1836)

Nixon, Master

boys (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Palmer, S.

Captain Somerset (11) in Family Peculiarities (1 Dec 1835 - 12 Dec 1835); Henry Westerton (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); Mr. Turtle (7) in Hunting a Turtle (23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835); Jonathan Bradford (3) in Jonathan Bradford (2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835); Captain Aylmer (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Mandrin (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Sir Luke Meredith (4) in Schoolmaster at Home (29 Feb 1836 - 5 Mar 1836)

Parker, Master

boys (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Pattison

mob (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Paulding

mob (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Pratt

Colonna soldiers (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Price

contrabandists, peasants (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); wreckers, miners (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); 2nd smuggler (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); corporal (3) in Jonathan Bradford (2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835); second sailor (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); gendarmes, peasants, brigands (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Riolle (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); citizens (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); showman (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Roberts, H. B.

Wharton (6) in Christening (28 Sep 1835 - 3 Oct 1835); Frederick (7) in Dead Shot (23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835); Mr. Frampton (11) in Family Peculiarities (1 Dec 1835 - 12 Dec 1835); Inspector Jones (20) in Jewess (1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835); Mr. Hayes (3) in Jonathan Bradford (2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835); Duke Humphrey (12) in King's Command (26 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Mr. Mayhew (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Grosjean (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Charles (33) in Mysterious Family (5 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Martino di Porto (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Jack Marigold (4) in Schoolmaster at Home (29 Feb 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Donderdrink (12) in Truth (12 Oct 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Charles Danvers (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (7 Mar 1836 - 17 Mar 1836)

Roberts, Master

Queen's bodyguard (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836)

Robins

second police officer (8) in Dead Shot (23 Nov 1835 - 4 Apr 1836); Trewoof (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836)

Rule, Master

boys (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Ryan, Master

William Huntley (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836)

Sanders, John

contrabandists, peasants (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); James (16) in Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835 - 2 Feb 1836); Williams (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); First Clown (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); Jack Slang (20) in Jewess (1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835); Surveyor Rodpole (3) in Jonathan Bradford (2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835); Clunch (18) in London Carrier (28 Sep 1835 - 31 Oct 1835); Brigadier of Gendarmes (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Francois (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Gianni (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Nibble (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (7 Mar 1836 - 17 Mar 1836); Macaire (12) in Victorine (7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Maugraby (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Santer

Tracker (6) in Station House (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Searle, William

haberdasher (9) in Balance of Comfort (22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Mr. Williams (8) in Dead Shot (23 Nov 1835 - 4 Apr 1836); Claws (16) in Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835 - 2 Feb 1836); wedding guests (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Abstract (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); villagers (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836); officer (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836); John (7) in Hunting a Turtle (23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835); nobles (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Perrinet (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); robbers (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Guiseppe (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Sergeant Loupy (1) in Robert Macaire (4 Apr 1836); policemen (6) in Station House (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); sergeants of national guard (12) in Victorine (7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Mug (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Smith, O.

Sealtro (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Black Ralph (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Will Wispe (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); Prince Poodle (20) in Jewess (1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835); Jack (18) in London Carrier (28 Sep 1835 - 31 Oct 1835); Luke Somerton (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Laloup (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Cecco del Vecchio (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Count Albert (12) in Truth (12 Oct 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Cisar Chanteloupe (12) in Victorine (7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Captain Rocket (18) in Yellow Kids (19 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835)

Smith, Stephen

contrabandists, peasants (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Mr. Wiseman (7) in Dead Shot (23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835); Red Norris (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Tom Flash (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); Big Beadle of St. Magnum's (20) in Jewess (1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835); Lawyer Dozey (3) in Jonathan Bradford (2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835); Sir Charles Radcliffe (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Fort de Bras (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Herman (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Rodolf of Saxony (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); sergeants of national guard (12) in Victorine (7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Zamet (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Taylor

Catch (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (7 Mar 1836 - 17 Mar 1836)

Thompson, T.

Robert Macaire (1) in Robert Macaire (4 Apr 1836)

Tree, Master

boys (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Upsdell

Colonna soldiers (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Vining, Frederick

Frank Timewell (9) in Balance of Comfort (22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Don Alvarez (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Prosper (16) in Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835 - 2 Feb 1836); Launce Lynwood (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Edward the Fourth (12) in King's Command (26 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Mr. Roscius Ardent (9) in Mazourka (7 Dec 1835 - 16 Dec 1835); Oscar (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Walter de Montreal (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Walsh

contrabandists, peasants (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); wreckers, miners (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); smugglers (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); sailors (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); gendarmes, peasants, brigands (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Schatts (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); citizens (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Webster, Benjamin N.

Pigeon (9) in Balance of Comfort (22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Lopez (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Carbuncle (16) in Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835 - 2 Feb 1836); Smatter (7) in Hunting a Turtle (23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835); Ikey Solomons (20) in Jewess (1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835); Dan Macraisy (3) in Jonathan Bradford (2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835); Scipio (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Dyonisius Doubleton (9) in Mazourka (7 Dec 1835 - 16 Dec 1835); Crispino (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Tom Drops (4) in Schoolmaster at Home (29 Feb 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Millefleurs (6) in Station House (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Mr. Bonassus (12) in Victorine (7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims (18) in Yellow Kids (19 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835)

Wells, Master

Queen's bodyguard (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836)

Wild, Master

boys (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Wilkinson, James P.

Spicer (9) in Balance of Comfort (22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Grum (6) in Christening (28 Sep 1835 - 3 Oct 1835); Cherub (16) in Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835 - 2 Feb 1836); Alley Croaker (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Mayor of Puddledock (20) in Jewess (1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835); Simon Knockernose (12) in King's Command (26 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); David (18) in London Carrier (28 Sep 1835 - 31 Oct 1835); Gregory (33) in Mysterious Family (5 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Accaboni (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Nicholas Shilling (4) in Schoolmaster at Home (29 Feb 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Alexandre (12) in Victorine (7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836)

Williams

Walter Waver, Esq. (9) in Balance of Comfort (22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Sables (16) in Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835 - 2 Feb 1836); Everard de Vesci (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); Christopher Dalton (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Count de Cornichon (6) in Rival Pages (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Cedar (4) in Schoolmaster at Home (29 Feb 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Wheatley (6) in Station House (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Williams, Master

boys (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Willing

contrabandists, peasants (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); wreckers, miners (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); smugglers (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); sailors (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); gendarmes, peasants, brigands (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Gruff (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); minstrel (25) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 10 Mar 1836); sergeants of national guard (12) in Victorine (7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836)

Willing, Master

Queen's bodyguard (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836)

Willis, Master

boys (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Worrell

Frederick (1) in Dead Shot (4 Apr 1836)

Wrench, Benjamin

Nat (11) in Family Peculiarities (1 Dec 1835 - 12 Dec 1835); Honorable Mr. Levison (7) in Hunting a Turtle (23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835); Sir Frederick Flighty (4) in Married Rake (14 Dec 1835 - 17 Dec 1835); Valentine Quill (6) in Station House (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Jeremiah Clip (13) in Widow's Victim (17 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836); Tinsel John (13) in Widow's Victim (17 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836); Moustache Strappo (13) in Widow's Victim (17 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836)

Wright

Colonna soldiers (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Orsini soldiers (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Young, Master

Scapegrace, afterwards Clown (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Younge, Richard

Bezelnt (14) in Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835 - 30 Jan 1836); Trevanion (36) in Dream at Sea (1 Dec 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Frank Leybourne (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); Joseph Andrews (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836); Joseph Huntley (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836); Francis the First (6) in Rival Pages (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Sir Hugh Lidcote (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Actresses

Abbot, Miss

court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); Queen's pages (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Phillis (4) in Schoolmaster at Home (29 Feb 1836 - 5 Mar 1836)

Aldridge, Miss

pages (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836)

Ayres, Miss

Mrs. Trainer (9) in Balance of Comfort (22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Prudence (16) in Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835 - 2 Feb 1836); Spirit of Poesy (6) in Elfin Queen (4 Jan 1836 - 9 Jan 1836); Sally Sighabout (3) in Jonathan Bradford (2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835); Patience (18) in London Carrier (28 Sep 1835 - 31 Oct 1835); Toinette (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Laura (33) in Mysterious Family (5 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Pocolina (20) in Rienzi (15 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Mrs. Turtler (13) in Widow's Victim (17 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836); Ellen (18) in Yellow Kids (19 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835)

Barnett, Miss Millie?

contrabandists, peasants (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Miss Gentle (6) in Christening (28 Sep 1835 - 3 Oct 1835); Mrs. Comfits (16) in Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835 - 2 Feb 1836); wedding guests (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); gendarmes, peasants, brigands (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Betty (13) in Widow's Victim (17 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836); Madame Verpre (3) in Zarah (19 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Blake, Miss

village girls (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836)

Boaden, Miss

Dolly (16) in Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835 - 2 Feb 1836)

Bodmin, Miss Rosa

dancers at the wedding (7) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835); court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); Queen's pages (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); attendant pages (6) in Rival Pages (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Martha (13) in Widow's Victim (17 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836)

Brunton, Miss

Ralph's children (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); children (3) in Jonathan Bradford (2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835); peasant boy (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Carson, Miss Josephine

court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836)

Clifford, Miss Ellen

Clarissa (9) in Balance of Comfort (22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Prince Gossamer (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); Edith Butler (12) in King's Command (26 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Emmeline de Montbrison (12) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 10 Oct 1835); Caroline (33) in Mysterious Family (5 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Caroline (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Nina (16) in Rienzi (22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Cooke, Miss

Chatter (1) in Dead Shot (4 Apr 1836)

Cox, Miss

girls (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Cross, Miss

Diligence (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Curling, Mrs.

Marie (1) in Robert Macaire (4 Apr 1836)

Dale, Mrs.

Louisa Lovetrick (1) in Dead Shot (4 Apr 1836); Grace (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836); Grace Huntley (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836)

Dalrymple, Miss

pages (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836)

Daly, Miss

Dorothy Dimple (9) in Balance of Comfort (22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Lorenzo (6) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Inez (9) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Ann Trevanion (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Sir Darkling (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); Grace de Vesci (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); Rachel (20) in Jewess (1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835); Anne (3) in Jonathan Bradford (2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835); Queen Anne (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Emmeline de Montbrison (12) in Mandrin (12 Oct 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Countess Melcour (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Nina (14) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 20 Feb 1836); Esther (4) in Schoolmaster at Home (29 Feb 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Mrs. Captain Rocket (18) in Yellow Kids (19 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835)

Daly, Mrs.

Mrs. Spicer (9) in Balance of Comfort (22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Mrs. Carney (6) in Christening (28 Sep 1835 - 3 Oct 1835); Mrs. Suds (20) in Jewess (1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835); Madame Demisou (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Arabellina (33) in Mysterious Family (5 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Pocolina (10) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 13 Feb 1836); Elise (12) in Victorine (7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Mrs. Bonassus (12) in Victorine (7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Mrs. Sniggs (18) in Yellow Kids (19 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Madame Verpre (3) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 18 Nov 1835)

Elder, Miss

contrabandists, peasants (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); wedding guests (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); gendarmes, peasants, brigands (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Elspeth (3) in Zarah (19 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Ellis, Miss

court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); Queen's pages (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836)

French, Miss

girls (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Fry, Miss

girls (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Gallot, Miss

court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); Spirit of Poesy (37) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); Alice Green (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836); Guido (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Marion (4) in Schoolmaster at Home (29 Feb 1836 - 5 Mar 1836)

Gallot, Miss M.

Tiny (30) in Elfin Queen (11 Jan 1836 - 20 Feb 1836)

Gallot, Mrs.

Mrs. Motherton (6) in Christening (28 Sep 1835 - 3 Oct 1835); Mrs. Bubble (20) in Jewess (1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835); Queen's pages (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); gendarmes, peasants, brigands (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Ursula (20) in Rienzi (15 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Benedetta (10) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 13 Feb 1836); Sophie (12) in Victorine (7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Elspeth (3) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 18 Nov 1835)

Gordon, Miss

attendant pages (6) in Rival Pages (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Gordon, Mrs.

Oloff (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); Miss Buckram (6) in Station House (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Sarah (13) in Widow's Victim (17 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836); Lucy (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Green, Miss

Peggy (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836)

Griffiths, Miss Leone

Martha (6) in Christening (28 Sep 1835 - 3 Oct 1835); dancers at the wedding (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); dancing fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); Second Columbine (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); dancers (12) in King's Command (26 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835)

Hark, Miss

girls (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Harrington, Miss

attendant pages (6) in Rival Pages (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Mary (13) in Widow's Victim (17 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836); Peggy (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Hicks, Miss A.

Rosebud, afterwards Columbine (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Hicks, Miss O.

Goodchild, afterwards Harlequin (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Honey, Mrs. Laura

Nymphalin (32) in Elfin Queen (4 Jan 1836 - 13 Feb 1836); Sally Redbreast (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); Belmont (9) in Mazourka (7 Dec 1835 - 16 Dec 1835); Angelo Villani (10) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 13 Feb 1836); Victoire (6) in Rival Pages (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Mrs. Rattleton (13) in Widow's Victim (17 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836)

Hunt, Miss

court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); pages (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836)

Hunt, Miss A.

pages (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836)

Jackson, Miss

Donna Eleonora (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Mrs. Pilberry (6) in Christening (28 Sep 1835 - 3 Oct 1835); wedding guests (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); village girls (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836); page to the Count de Montbrison (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835); Benedetta (20) in Rienzi (15 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Marthon (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Jackson, Miss A.

contrabandists, peasants (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); wedding guests (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); pages (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); gendarmes, peasants, brigands (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835)

Jones, Miss

girls (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Josephine, Miss

dancing fairies (7) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836)

Keeley, Mrs. Robert

Lorenzo (9) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Mrs. Dolby Lovechild (6) in Christening (28 Sep 1835 - 3 Oct 1835); Lucy Prateapace (12) in King's Command (26 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Margaret Danvers (18) in London Carrier (28 Sep 1835 - 31 Oct 1835); Fidget (33) in Mysterious Family (5 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835); Mina (12) in Truth (12 Oct 1835 - 24 Oct 1835)

Lane, Miss

dancers at the wedding (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); dancing fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); First Columbine (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); dancers (12) in King's Command (26 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835)

Leat, Miss

girls (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Levy, Miss

pages (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); attendant pages (6) in Rival Pages (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Lightfoot, Miss

court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836)

Marchant, Miss

Ralph's children (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Tiny (13) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 9 Jan 1836); court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); tiger to the Princess (20) in Jewess (1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835)

Mary, M?

court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836)

Mordaunt, Miss

Miss Anne Faulkland (11) in Family Peculiarities (1 Dec 1835 - 12 Dec 1835); Mrs. Flighty (4) in Married Rake (14 Dec 1835 - 17 Dec 1835); Amy (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Mordaunt, Miss Jane

Miss Jane Faulkland (11) in Family Peculiarities (1 Dec 1835 - 12 Dec 1835); Zilpah (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Murray, Miss

Mrs. Turtle (7) in Hunting a Turtle (23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835); Julie (6) in Rival Pages (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Fanny Faddle (6) in Station House (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Jane Chatterly (13) in Widow's Victim (17 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836)

Naylor, Mrs.

dancers at the wedding (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); dancers (12) in King's Command (26 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835)

Neal, Miss

girls (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Nisbett, Mrs. John A.

Louisa Lovetrick (7) in Dead Shot (23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835); Mabellah (5) in Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835); Biddy Nutts (27) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 23 Dec 1835); Widow Alvanly (11) in Family Peculiarities (1 Dec 1835 - 12 Dec 1835); Mrs. Trictrac (4) in Married Rake (14 Dec 1835 - 17 Dec 1835); Count Fitzherbert Fitzberry (4) in Married Rake (14 Dec 1835 - 17 Dec 1835); Zarah (6) in Zarah (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

O'Neil, Miss

wedding guests (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836)

Palmer, Miss H.

Clementine (1) in Robert Macaire (4 Apr 1836)

Parker, Miss C.

Attention (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Parker, Miss E.

Perseverance (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Parker, Miss M.

Holiday (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Pitt, Miss

Mrs. Pigeon (9) in Balance of Comfort (22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Inez (6) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); Margaret (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Pipalee (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); Minnette (4) in Oscar the Bandit (21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Irene (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Alice (12) in Truth (12 Oct 1835 - 24 Oct 1835)

Platt, Miss

court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836)

Rose, Miss

court fairies (36) in Elfin Queen (4 Jan 1836 - 20 Feb 1836)

Ryan, Miss

girls (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Sale, Miss

girls (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Santer, Miss J.

attendant tiger (20) in Jewess (1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835)

Shaw, Miss

wedding guests (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Julio (30) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Louisa Bloomfield (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (7 Mar 1836 - 17 Mar 1836); Justine (12) in Victorine (7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836); Susan (13) in Widow's Victim (17 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836)

Shaw, Miss M.

contrabandists, peasants (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); Queen's pages (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Labrie (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835)

Stirling, Mrs. Edward

Mabellah (11) in Doves in a Cage (14 Jan 1836 - 2 Feb 1836); Biddy Nutts (16) in Dream at Sea (26 Dec 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); Nymphalin (11) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); Catherine (18) in Ghost Story (4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836); Louisa Somerton (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836); Angelo Villani (20) in Rienzi (15 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836); Mary Chintz (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (7 Mar 1836 - 17 Mar 1836); Victorine (12) in Victorine (7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836)

Sutton, Miss

Queen's pages (36) in Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836)

Tabotte, Miss

village girls (1) in Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836)

Vincent, Miss Eliza?

Chatter (7) in Dead Shot (23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835); Princess Doshy (20) in Jewess (1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835)

Walsh, Miss

contrabandists, peasants (15) in Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista (2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835); wedding guests (43) in Dream at Sea (23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836); court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836); gendarmes, peasants, brigands (24) in Mandrin (28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835)

Wells, Miss

court fairies (43) in Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836)

Wilton, Miss

girls (1) in Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (4 Apr 1836)

Wrighton, Miss

children (3) in Jonathan Bradford (2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835)

Young, Mrs.

Susan Twist (4) in Married Rake (14 Dec 1835 - 17 Dec 1835); Ursula (10) in Rienzi (3 Feb 1836 - 13 Feb 1836)

Singers

Dancers

Entertainers

Pieces Performed And Summary Cast Lists

* Balance of Comfort, The; or, To Marry or Not to Marry

(farce) by Richard J. Raymond (9 times, 22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Summary Cast:

Boys and Girls Come Out to Play; or, Harlequin Hunt the Slipper

(comic pantomime) by Unknown (1 time, 4 Apr 1836)

Summary Cast:

* Castilian Nobleman and The Contrabandista, The

(melodrama, 3 acts) by John Oxenford, William H. Callcott (comp) (15 times, 2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Summary Cast:

Christening, The

(farce) by John B. Buckstone (6 times, 28 Sep 1835 - 3 Oct 1835)

Summary Cast:

Dead Shot, A

(burletta) by John B. Buckstone (8 times, 23 Nov 1835 - 4 Apr 1836)

Summary Cast:

* Doves in a Cage

(comedy, 2 acts) by Douglas W. Jerrold (16 times, 18 Dec 1835 - 2 Feb 1836)

Summary Cast:

* Dream at Sea, The

(drama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone (43 times, 23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836)

Summary Cast:

* Elfin Queen, The; or, The Battle of the Fairies

(spectacle) by Unknown (43 times, 26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836)

Summary Cast:

Family Peculiarities[; or, The Sisters Three]

(burletta) by Unknown (11 times, 1 Dec 1835 - 12 Dec 1835)

Summary Cast:

* Ghost Story, A

(drama, 2 acts) by Thomas J. Searle (18 times, 4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836)

Summary Cast:

Grace Huntley

(melodrama, 3 acts) by Henry Holl (1 time, 4 Apr 1836)

Summary Cast:

Hunting a Turtle

(farce, 1 act) by Charles Selby (7 times, 23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835)

Summary Cast:

Jewess, The

(burlesque) by John B. Buckstone (20 times, 1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835)

Summary Cast:

Jonathan Bradford; or, The Murder at the Road-side Inn

(melodrama, (2 acts)) by Edward Fitzball (3 times, 2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835)

Summary Cast:

* King's Command, The

(drama, 2 acts) by C. Pelham Thompson (12 times, 26 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835)

Summary Cast:

* London Carrier, The

(burletta, 2 acts) by John B. Buckstone, William H. Callcott (comp) (18 times, 28 Sep 1835 - 31 Oct 1835)

Summary Cast:

* Luke Somerton

(melodrama, 3 acts) by George Soane (36 times, 18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836)

Summary Cast:

* Mandrin[; or, The Scourge of France]

(melodrama, 3 acts) by Charles J. Mathews, William H. Callcott (comp) (24 times, 28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835)

Summary Cast:

Married Rake, The

(comedy) by Charles Selby (4 times, 14 Dec 1835 - 17 Dec 1835)

Summary Cast:

Mazourka

(burletta) by Unknown (9 times, 7 Dec 1835 - 16 Dec 1835)

Summary Cast:

* Mysterious Family, The

(farce) by George H. Rodwell (33 times, 5 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835)

Summary Cast:

Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime

(romantic drama, 3 parts) by Isaac Pocock (4 times, 21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836)

Summary Cast:

* Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes

(romantic drama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone, George W. Reeve (comp) (30 times, 3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

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Rival Pages, The

(comedy) by Charles Selby (6 times, 16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

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Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large

(melodrama) by Charles Selby (1 time, 4 Apr 1836)

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Schoolmaster at Home, The

(farce) by Douglas W. Jerrold (4 times, 29 Feb 1836 - 5 Mar 1836)

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Station House, The

(farce) by George Dance (6 times, 16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

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Truth; or, A Glass Too Much

(burletta) by Charles J. Mathews (12 times, 12 Oct 1835 - 24 Oct 1835)

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Unfinished Gentleman, The

(burletta, 2 acts) by Charles Selby (7 times, 7 Mar 1836 - 17 Mar 1836)

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

(drama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone (12 times, 7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836)

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* Widow's Victim, The

(operatic farce) by Charles Selby (13 times, 17 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836)

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* Yellow Kids, The

(farce) by Morris Barnett (18 times, 19 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835)

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Zarah

(romantic drama) by George Soane (6 times, 16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

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Genre

Music, Composers, And Musicians

Songs, Composers, And Singers

Dances, Choreographers, And Dancers


Adelphi Theatre

End Of 1835-1836 Season

(Generated 30-Sep-1998)


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