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 1846-1847

Edited by Gayle Harris

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

Old favorites, burlesques, and adaptations of properties from French originals continued to reap rewards for the Adelphi. As succinctly put by the Illustrated London News (24 Apr 47, p. 265), "The author is happy who writes for the Adelphi; explosions of laughter, from its merry audience, reward not only all the speeches intended to be jokes, but all that are not."

Of the adaptations from French sources, The Phantom Dancers was perhaps the most successful, with 102 performances to its credit. Taken from the ballet, Giselle, the musical directors borrowed directly from Adolphe C. Adam's score, but, eclectically, also included some Ethiopian airs as well as a parody of "Buffalo Gals, Can't-ye-come Out Tonight." The Sunday Times pronounced The Phantom Dancers "another great success . . . at this fortunate little theatre" (8 Nov 1846, p. 2).

The illnesses of Wright and Bedford in January of 1847 apparently caused the Adelphi management no little concern and no small effort to replace them. Bedford's illness was apparently the more serious, being reported by the Theatrical Times as "a ruptured blood vessel" (30 Jan 1847, p. 32). The Theatrical Journal commented on a rumour that Bedford had died, "We are glad to say since his decease he has resumed his theatrical avocation this week at the Adelphi" (13 Feb 1847, p. 56). Bedford's first performance on 11 February, in The Green Bushes, was attended by His Royal Highness Count Montemolin.

Falling victim to its own success, the Adelphi had outgrown its house. In December of 1846, it was reported that Manager Webster had purchased the western side of Bull-inn Court for six thousand pounds. The press announced the Adelphi was to be razed and a new house built on a much larger scale, using several adjoining properties. Moreover, demolition was to begin after Easter of 1847, and the Adelphi company was to remove to the Olympic, should George Bolton not resume his lease there. (Bolton, in fact, filed for bankruptcy in July of 1847.)

By March of 1847, immediate renovations may still have seemed a likelihood, since the managers were relying on the aging standard, Green Bushes. The Theatrical Journal commented that even though Green Bushes was reaching its 200th night, "the management still persist in cramming it down the throats of the people." The same source then went on to offer a perhaps telling description of the theatre's fortunes: "Business has been very slack, nor can it be wondered when the entertainments are so poor and scanty, while all around are brilliant with attractions and novelties. Buckstone's new drama is sadly wanted; till then the management must be content to play to empty benches" (6 Mar 1847, p. 75).

Buckstone's Flowers of the Forest, which opened on March 11, did apparently reverse the public trend back to the Adelphi's benches and played 79 performances during the remainder of the season. Title Deeds, which opened in June, was attractive as well. By the end of July, it was still drawing well, causing the management to postpone the scheduled opening of How To Settle Accounts with Your Laundress.

In July, arrangements transferring the Lyceum Theatre to Charles Mathews and Madame Vestris were being concluded, and a new company was being formed by them. In this new company were to be Mrs. Fitzwilliam, Miss Kathleen Fitzwilliam, and Mr. Charles Selby from the Adelphi. The Sunday Times reported it to be understood that the new Lyceum management would confine itself to petite comedy, vaudeville, light farces, and burlesques (11 July, p. 2).

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Daily Calendar For 1846-1847


7 Sep 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
7 Sep 1846
bill
HTC

1) St. Mary's Eve; or, A Story of the Solway (1)

AU: William B. Bernard

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, next 8 Sep 1846

Genre (drama) popular domestic drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Major Wentworth (a proscribed Jacobite): Worrell; Robert Vaughan (a farmer): [George R.] Braid; Lieut. Manley (of the Coast Guard): Waye; Tom Baggs (the Carlisle postman): [Edward R.] Wright; Chalk (innkeeper): Lambert; Grayling (fisherman): [William] Cullenford; Barty Sharpe (discharged trooper): O. Smith; Ralph: Glennaire; William: Thomas; Dame Mayfield: Miss Brooks; Mary: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Dame Ferns: Miss [Adelaide?] Gougenheim; Madeline (Wentworth's sister): Mme. [Celine] Celeste

Reference Cast

Major Wentworth: Worrell
Robert Vaughan: George R. Braid
Lieut. Manley: Waye
Tom Baggs: Edward R. Wright
Chalk: Lambert
Grayling: William Cullenford
Barty Sharpe: O. Smith
Ralph: Glennaire
William: Thomas
Dame Mayfield: Miss Brooks
Mary: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Dame Ferns: Miss Adelaide?
   Gougenheim

Madeline: Mme. Celine Celeste

"La Normande", Mme. [Celine] Celeste

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (1)

AU: Charles Selby, COMP: Alfred Mellon, CHOR: Mrs. Worrell

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, next 8 Sep 1846

Genre (burlesque) grand mythological burlesque extravaganza

First Night Cast

Jupiter: Boyce; Mercury or Hermes: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Peleus: Miss Taylor; Cupid, Cupidon or Cupido (whichever you please): [John] Sanders; Paris: O. Smith; Apollo: Miss Harrison; Hymen or Hymeneus: Miss Simpson; Hercules: Glennaire; Mars: Mrs. Emsley; Bacchus: Lindon; Neptune: Waye; Aesculapius: Butler; Vulcan: Williamson; Momus: Aldridge; Pan: [William] Mitchenson; Plutus: Alderson; Prometheus: Conran; Osiris: Freeborn; Aeolus: Horton; Boreas: Thomas; Minerva: Redmond Ryan; Juno: Paul J. Bedford; Venus: [Edward R.] Wright; Aenone: Mrs. F[rank] Matthews; Psyche: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Hebe: Miss Fleming; the Graces: Miss Louise, Miss Woulds, Miss Johnson; Discordia: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Thetis: Miss [Adelaide?] Gougenheim; Flora: Mrs. Glennaire; Ariadne: Miss Aldridge; Pomona: Mrs. Vernon; Fames: Miss Robins; Euterpe: Miss Green; Thalia: Mrs. Worrell; Terpsichore: Miss Turner; Ceres: Miss Jones

Reference Cast

Jupiter: Boyce
Mercury or Hermes: Miss Ellen
   Chaplin

Peleus: Miss Taylor
Cupid, Cupidon or Cupido: John
   Sanders

Paris: O. Smith
Apollo: Miss Harrison
Hymen or Hymeneus: Miss Simpson
Hercules: Glennaire
Mars: Mrs. Emsley
Bacchus: Lindon
Neptune: Waye
Aesculapius: Butler
Vulcan: Williamson
Momus: Aldridge
Pan: William Mitchenson
Plutus: Alderson
Prometheus: Conran
Osiris: Freeborn
Aeolus: Horton
Boreas: Thomas
Minerva: Redmond Ryan
Juno: Paul J. Bedford
Venus: James H. Munyard
Aenone: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Psyche: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Hebe: Miss Fleming
the Graces:
   Miss Louise
   Miss Woulds
   Miss Johnson
Discordia: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Thetis: Miss Adelaide?
   Gougenheim

Flora: Mrs. Glennaire
Ariadne: Miss Aldridge
Pomona: Mrs. Vernon
Fames: Miss Robins
Euterpe: Miss Green
Thalia: Mrs. Worrell
Terpsichore: Miss Turner
Ceres: Miss Jones

"Pas de Pippins", [Edward R.] Wright, Paul J. Bedford, Redmond Ryan

Venus will rise from the sea and form a variety of novel classical poses plastiques; an astounding mythological tableau

1. banquetting hall in Jupiter's palace; 2. Mount Ida

bill contains lengthy descriptions of roles

3) Abraham Parker (1)

AU: [Henry R. Addison]

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, next 8 Sep 1846

Genre (sketch) new and original comic sketch

First Night Cast

Abraham Parker: [Edward R.] Wright; Teddy O'Flannigan: Redmond Ryan; Mr. Ellwide: Lambert; Mr. Ferule: [William] Cullenford; policeman: [John] Sanders; Mr. James Brown: Worrell; Mr. Harry Robinson: [George R.] Braid; officer: Freeborn; Rose: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Mrs. Ellwide: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; aldermen: Glennaire, Thomas, Williamson, Aldridge, Alderson, Horton; servants: Miss Jones, Mrs. Vernon, Miss Johnson, Miss Harrison, Miss Simpson; populace: Lindon, Butler, Conran, Miss [Adelaide?] Gougenheim, Mrs. Emsley, Miss Aldridge, Miss Louise, Miss Taylor

Reference Cast

Abraham Parker: Edward R.
   Wright

Teddy O'Flannigan: Redmond Ryan
Mr. Ellwide: Lambert
Mr. Ferule: William Cullenford
policeman: John Sanders
Mr. James Brown: Worrell
Mr. Harry Robinson: George R.
   Braid

officer: Freeborn
Rose: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Ellwide: Mrs. Edmund Laws
aldermen:
   Glennaire
   Thomas
   Williamson
   Aldridge
   Alderson
   Horton
servants:
   Miss Jones
   Mrs. Vernon
   Miss Johnson
   Miss Harrison
   Miss Simpson
populace:
   Lindon
   Butler
   Conran
   Miss Adelaide? Gougenheim
   Mrs. Emsley
   Miss Aldridge
   Miss Louise
   Miss Taylor

4) A Nabob for an Hour (1)

AU: [John Poole]

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, next 8 Sep 1846

Genre (farce) farce

First Night Cast

Mr. Frampton: Worrell; Sam Hobbs: Lambert; Dick Dumpy: [James H.] Munyard; Miss Emma Leslie: Miss E[mma] Harding; Nanny Scraggs: Mrs. Frank Matthews

Reference Cast

Mr. Frampton: Worrell
Sam Hobbs: Lambert
Dick Dumpy: James H. Munyard
Miss Emma Leslie: Miss Emma
   Harding
Nanny Scraggs: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews


General Non-Title Information

Arbitrary date for beginning of season selected by Editor


8 Sep 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
7 Sep 1846
bill
HTC

1) St. Mary's Eve; or, A Story of the Solway (2)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 7 Sep 1846, next 9 Sep 1846

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (2)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 7 Sep 1846, next 9 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (7 Sep 1846)

BUT Venus: Edward R. Wright

3) Abraham Parker (2)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 7 Sep 1846, next 9 Sep 1846

4) A Nabob for an Hour (2)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 7 Sep 1846, next 9 Sep 1846


9 Sep 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
7 Sep 1846
bill
HTC

1) St. Mary's Eve; or, A Story of the Solway (3)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 8 Sep 1846, next 10 Sep 1846

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (3)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 8 Sep 1846, next 10 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (7 Sep 1846)

BUT Venus: Edward R. Wright

3) Abraham Parker (3)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 8 Sep 1846, next 10 Sep 1846

4) A Nabob for an Hour (3)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 8 Sep 1846, next 10 Sep 1846


10 Sep 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
7 Sep 1846
bill
HTC

1) St. Mary's Eve; or, A Story of the Solway (4)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 9 Sep 1846, next 11 Sep 1846

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (4)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 9 Sep 1846, next 11 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (7 Sep 1846)

BUT Venus: Edward R. Wright

3) Abraham Parker (4)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 9 Sep 1846, next 11 Sep 1846

4) A Nabob for an Hour (4)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 9 Sep 1846, next 11 Sep 1846


11 Sep 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
7 Sep 1846
bill
HTC

1) St. Mary's Eve; or, A Story of the Solway (5)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 10 Sep 1846, next 12 Sep 1846

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (5)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 10 Sep 1846, next 12 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (7 Sep 1846)

BUT Venus: Edward R. Wright

3) Abraham Parker (5)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 10 Sep 1846, next 12 Sep 1846

4) A Nabob for an Hour (5)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 10 Sep 1846, next 12 Sep 1846


12 Sep 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
7 Sep 1846
bill
HTC

1) St. Mary's Eve; or, A Story of the Solway (6)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 11 Sep 1846, next 14 Sep 1846

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (6)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 11 Sep 1846, next 14 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (7 Sep 1846)

BUT Venus: Edward R. Wright

3) Abraham Parker (6)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 11 Sep 1846

4) A Nabob for an Hour (6)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 11 Sep 1846, next 4 Feb 1847


14 Sep 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
14 Sep 1846
bill
HTC

1) St. Mary's Eve; or, A Story of the Solway (7)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 12 Sep 1846, next 15 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (7 Sep 1846)

BUT Tom Baggs: James H. Munyard

2) The Cabin Boy (1)

Title Comment "by desire" (bill) AU: [Edward Stirling], COMP: Alfred Mellon

Performances first 14 Sep 1846, next 15 Sep 1846

Genre (melodrama) powerful drama

First Night Cast

Monsieur Henri (lieutenant in French Navy): [George R.] Braid; Monsieur Vincent (rich planter): O. Smith; Monsieur Berthault (colonist): Lambert; Coquin Ballandier (curiosity dealer from Paris): [James H.] Munyard; Pierre: [John] Sanders; Escarbot (custom house agent): Waye; Largarcette (a pilot): Paul J. Bedford; judge: Glennaire; attendant: Sylvester; slave: Lindon; planters: Aldridge, Conran, Frost; sailors: Williamson, Horton, Alderson; Julien (cabin boy): Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Mlle. Jenny Laroche: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Madame Morand: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Clara: Miss [Adelaide?] Gougenheim; slaves, attendants: Miss Fleming, Miss Taylor, Miss Jones, Miss Aldridge, Mrs. Vernon, Miss Harrison, Miss Ellen, Miss Louise, Miss Emsley, Miss Johnson, Miss Simpson, Miss Bell

Reference Cast

Monsieur Henri: Worrell
Monsieur Vincent: O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault: Lambert
Coquin Ballandier: James H.
   Munyard

Pierre: John Sanders
Escarbot: Waye
Largarcette: Paul J. Bedford
judge: Glennaire
attendant: Thomas
slave: Lindon
planters:
   Aldridge
   Conran
   Husk
sailors:
   Williamson
   Horton
   Butler
   Morgan
Julien: Mme. Celine Celeste
Mlle. Jenny Laroche: Miss Marian
   A. Taylor

Madame Morand: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Clara: Mrs. Emsley
slaves, attendants:
   Miss Fleming
   Miss Taylor
   Miss Aldridge
   Mrs. Vernon
   Miss Harrison
   Miss Louise
   Miss Johnson
   Miss Simpson
   Miss Bell
   Miss Jones
   Miss Ellen
   Miss Emsley

song: Paul J. Bedford

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (7)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 12 Sep 1846, next 15 Sep 1846

cast truncated for reasons of space

4) The Irish Tutor [; or, New Lights] (1)

AU: [Richard Butler]

Performances first 14 Sep 1846, next 15 Sep 1846

Genre (farce) laughable farce

First Night Cast

Dr. Flail: Lambert; Mr. Tillwell: [William] Cullenford; Charles: Worrell; Beadle: [John] Sanders; Dr. O'Toole: Redmond Ryan; Mary: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Rose: Miss Emma Harding

Reference Cast

Dr. Flail: Lambert
Mr. Tillwell: William
   Cullenford

Charles: Worrell
Beadle: John Sanders
Dr. O'Toole: Redmond Ryan
Mary: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Rose: Miss Emma Harding

"The Groves of Blarney", Redmond Ryan


15 Sep 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
14 Sep 1846
bill
HTC

1) St. Mary's Eve; or, A Story of the Solway (8)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 14 Sep 1846, next 16 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (7 Sep 1846)

BUT Tom Baggs: James H. Munyard

2) The Cabin Boy (2)

Performances first 14 Sep 1846, previous 14 Sep 1846, next 16 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (14 Sep 1846)

BUT Monsieur Henri: George R.
  Braid

attendant: Sylvester
Clara: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

OMITS planters: Husk
sailors:
  Butler
  Morgan
ADDS planters: Frost
sailors: Alderson

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (8)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 14 Sep 1846, next 16 Sep 1846

4) The Irish Tutor [; or, New Lights] (2)

Performances first 14 Sep 1846, previous 14 Sep 1846, next 16 Sep 1846


16 Sep 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
14 Sep 1846
bill
HTC

1) St. Mary's Eve; or, A Story of the Solway (9)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 15 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (7 Sep 1846)

BUT Tom Baggs: James H. Munyard

2) The Cabin Boy (3)

Performances first 14 Sep 1846, previous 15 Sep 1846, next 14 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (14 Sep 1846)

BUT Monsieur Henri: George R.
  Braid

attendant: Sylvester
Clara: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

OMITS planters: Husk
sailors:
  Butler
  Morgan
ADDS planters: Frost
sailors: Alderson

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (9)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 15 Sep 1846, next 17 Sep 1846

4) The Irish Tutor [; or, New Lights] (3)

Performances first 14 Sep 1846, previous 15 Sep 1846


17 Sep 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
17 Sep 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Thomas Parry], COMP: Alfred Mellon

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, next 18 Sep 1846

Genre (drama) new and original domestic drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Bernard Langrel: Boyce; Frederick Stanmore: Worrell; Rugleigh: [William] Cullenford; Mr. Buzzard (a lawyer): Lambert; Mr. Toffey: Paul J. Bedford; Frank Biceps (a medical student): Howe; Hugh Matlock: O. Smith; Pegg (Buzzard's clerk): [James H.] Munyard; Wisp: Lindon; farmer: Thomas; hedger: Glennaire; Mrs. Corbell: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Mary: Miss Taylor; Nancy: Miss [Adelaide?] Gougenheim; Mrs. Storke: Miss Harrison; Mrs. Dillon: Mrs. Emsley; Mrs. Toffey: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Eugenia Claircille: Mme. [Celine] Celeste

Reference Cast

Bernard Langrel: Boyce
Frederick Stanmore: Worrell
Rugleigh: William Cullenford
Mr. Buzzard: Lambert
Mr. Toffey: Paul J. Bedford
Frank Biceps: Charles Selby
Hugh Matlock: O. Smith
Pegg: James H. Munyard
Wisp: Lindon
farmer: Thomas
hedger: Glennaire
Mrs. Corbell: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Mary: Miss Taylor
Nancy: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Dillon: Mrs. Emsley
Mrs. Toffey: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews

Eugenia Claircille: Mme. Celine
   Celeste


DES, EXE: Pitt, Johnstone I,i an extensive view of the open country; I,ii the mansion of Prospect Place; I,iii an apartment in Prospect Place; I,iv Mr. Rugleigh's chamber; II,i the outskirts of the village; II,ii the housekeeper's room; II,iii the mansion; III [nine months later] III,i an apartment at Mr. Toffey's; III,ii Buzzard's office; III,iii the new found home

MACH: Cooper

2) Used Up (1)

Title Comment first time here; Adapted fr. French L' Homme Blase AU: Dion L. Boucicault, Charles J. Mathews Au Comm Nicoll "in collaboration with Charles Mathews", "By the author of London Assurance, Old Heads and Young Hearts" (bill)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, next 18 Sep 1846

Genre (comedietta) popular comic drama

First Night Cast

Sir Charles Coldstream: [Benjamin N.] Webster (1st app this season); Sir Adonis Leech: Lambert; Hon. Tom Saville: Worrell; Wurzel: [William] Cullenford; Ironbrace: Howe; Fennel (a lawyer): C[hristopher] J. Smith; James: Lindon; Mary: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Lady Clutterbuck: Mrs. Frank Matthews

Cast Comment [Benjamin N.] Webster's role orig. written for him

Reference Cast

Sir Charles Coldstream: Benjamin
   N. Webster

Sir Adonis Leech: Lambert
Hon. Tom Saville: Worrell
Wurzel: William Cullenford
Ironbrace: Howe
Fennel: Christopher J. Smith
James: Lindon
Mary: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Clutterbuck: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews


3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (10)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 16 Sep 1846, next 18 Sep 1846


18 Sep 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
17 Sep 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (2)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 17 Sep 1846, next 19 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe
Nancy: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

ADDS Mrs. Storke: Miss Harrison

2) Used Up (2)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 17 Sep 1846, next 19 Sep 1846

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (11)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 17 Sep 1846, next 19 Sep 1846


19 Sep 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
17 Sep 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (3)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 18 Sep 1846, next 21 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe
Nancy: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

ADDS Mrs. Storke: Miss Harrison

2) Used Up (3)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 18 Sep 1846, next 21 Sep 1846

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (12)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 18 Sep 1846, next 21 Sep 1846


21 Sep 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
21 Sep 1846
bill
LTM

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (4)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 19 Sep 1846, next 22 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe
Nancy: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

ADDS Mrs. Storke: Miss Harrison

2) Used Up (4)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 19 Sep 1846, next 22 Sep 1846

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (13)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 19 Sep 1846, next 22 Sep 1846


22 Sep 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
21 Sep 1846
bill
LTM

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (5)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 21 Sep 1846, next 23 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe
Nancy: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

ADDS Mrs. Storke: Miss Harrison

2) Used Up (5)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 21 Sep 1846, next 23 Sep 1846

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (14)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 21 Sep 1846, next 23 Sep 1846


23 Sep 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
21 Sep 1846
bill
LTM

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (6)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 22 Sep 1846, next 24 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe
Nancy: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

ADDS Mrs. Storke: Miss Harrison

2) Used Up (6)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 22 Sep 1846, next 24 Sep 1846

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (15)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 22 Sep 1846, next 24 Sep 1846


24 Sep 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
21 Sep 1846
bill
LTM

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (7)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 23 Sep 1846, next 25 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe
Nancy: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

ADDS Mrs. Storke: Miss Harrison

2) Used Up (7)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 23 Sep 1846, next 25 Sep 1846

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (16)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 23 Sep 1846, next 25 Sep 1846


25 Sep 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
21 Sep 1846
bill
LTM

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (8)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 24 Sep 1846, next 26 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe
Nancy: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

ADDS Mrs. Storke: Miss Harrison

2) Used Up (8)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 24 Sep 1846, next 26 Sep 1846

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (17)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 24 Sep 1846, next 26 Sep 1846


26 Sep 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
21 Sep 1846
bill
LTM

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (9)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 25 Sep 1846, next 28 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe
Nancy: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

ADDS Mrs. Storke: Miss Harrison

2) Used Up (9)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 25 Sep 1846, next 28 Sep 1846

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (18)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 25 Sep 1846, next 28 Sep 1846


28 Sep 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
28 Sep 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (10)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 26 Sep 1846, next 29 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe
Nancy: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

ADDS Mrs. Storke: Miss Harrison

2) Used Up (10)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 26 Sep 1846, next 29 Sep 1846

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (19)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 26 Sep 1846, next 29 Sep 1846


29 Sep 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
28 Sep 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (11)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 28 Sep 1846, next 30 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe
Nancy: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

ADDS Mrs. Storke: Miss Harrison

2) Used Up (11)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 28 Sep 1846, next 30 Sep 1846

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (20)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 28 Sep 1846, next 30 Sep 1846


30 Sep 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
28 Sep 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (12)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 29 Sep 1846, next 1 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe
Nancy: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

ADDS Mrs. Storke: Miss Harrison

2) Used Up (12)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 29 Sep 1846

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (21)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 29 Sep 1846, next 1 Oct 1846


1 Oct 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
1 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (13)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 30 Sep 1846, next 2 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe
Nancy: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

ADDS Mrs. Storke: Miss Harrison

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (1)

AU: Joseph S. Coyne

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, next 2 Oct 1846

Genre (farce) new and original farce

First Night Cast

Chesterfield Honeybun: [Edward R.] Wright; Isaac Crank: O. Smith; Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Emma Harding; Mrs. Crank: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Nurse: Mrs. Vernon

Cast Comment [Edward R.] Wright's 1st. app since provincial tour

Reference Cast

Chesterfield Honeybun: Edward R.
   Wright

Isaac Crank: O. Smith
Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Emma
   Harding
Mrs. Crank: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Nurse: Mrs. Vernon

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (22)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 30 Sep 1846, next 2 Oct 1846


2 Oct 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
1 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (14)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 1 Oct 1846, next 3 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe
Nancy: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

ADDS Mrs. Storke: Miss Harrison

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (2)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 1 Oct 1846, next 3 Oct 1846

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (23)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 1 Oct 1846, next 3 Oct 1846


3 Oct 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
1 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (15)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 2 Oct 1846, next 5 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe
Nancy: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

ADDS Mrs. Storke: Miss Harrison

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (3)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 2 Oct 1846, next 26 Oct 1846

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (24)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 2 Oct 1846, next 5 Oct 1846


5 Oct 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
5 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (16)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 3 Oct 1846, next 6 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe

2) Antony and Cleopatra (1)

AU: Charles Selby

Performances first 5 Oct 1846, next 7 Oct 1846

Genre (farce) popular farce

First Night Cast

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright (his original character); Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Cast Comment Miss Sarah J. Woolgar's 1st. app since her severe indisposition

Reference Cast

Antony: Edward R. Wright
Cleopatra: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (25)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 3 Oct 1846, next 7 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (7 Sep 1846)

BUT Thetis: Miss Turner


6 Oct 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
5 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (17)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 5 Oct 1846, next 7 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (1)

AU: Charles Selby, CHOR: Mme. [Celine] Celeste

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, next 8 Oct 1846

Genre (operatic farce) an operatic, romantic, magical, semi-burlesque, terpsichorean burletta; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Count Crackovieninski (Polish nobleman devoted to field sports): Worrell; Kickerwhiski (the Count's "first whip" devoted to Italian opera): Paul J. Bedford; Mazourki (basket maker, devoted to the bottle): [Edward R.] Wright; Ivan (villager devoted to Terpsichore): [James H.] Munyard; Monsieur Coupee (French maitre de ballets, devoted to the Graces): [Charles] Selby; Strelenski (blind musician, devoted to his fiddle): [William] Cullenford; Countess Crackovieninski (very noble lady, devoted to legislation): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Mazourka (wife of the basket maker, devoted to dancing): Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Yelva (waiting maid to the Countess, devoted to Ivan): Miss Ellen Chaplin; Eoline (Sylphide Queen): Miss Fleming attendant sylphides Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge; Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison; Fleur de Resida: Miss Turner; Fleur d'Orange: Miss Glennaire; Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise; Fleur de Paquerette: Miss LeLacheur; Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor; Fleur de Giroflee: Miss Vernon; Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur; Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson Polish noblemen: Freeborn, Glennaire; Cossacks: C[hristopher] J. Smith, [William] Mitchenson, Lindon

Reference Cast

Count Crackovieninski: Worrell
Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Mazourki: Edward R. Wright
Ivan: James H. Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: Charles Selby
Strelenski: William Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss
   Sarah J. Woolgar

Mazourka: Mme. Celine Celeste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Turner
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Glennaire
Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
Fleur de Paquerette: Miss
   LeLacheur

Fleur de Marguerite: Miss
   Taylor

Fleur de Giroflee: Miss Vernon
Fleur de Violette: Miss C.
   LeLacheur

Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
   Freeborn
   Glennaire
Cossacks:
   Christopher J. Smith
   William Mitchenson
   Lindon

"Grand Nimrodian Scena", Paul J. Bedford; "Bacchanalian Barcarole", [Edward R.] Wright; parody on popular ballad: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

"Fairy Romance", [James H.] Munyard; new mazourka (from Le Diable a Quatre): Mme. [Celine] Celeste; pas de vingt-quatre: -the Coryphees; burlesque pas de l'opera: [James H.] Munyard, Miss Ellen Chaplin; real Bohemian polka: Mme. [Celine] Celeste, [Edward R.] Wright; "A Flight of Sylphides"; -pets of the ballet; grand pas des pavots; pas de fascination: Mme. [Celine] Celeste; march and chorus; "Mazourka de Varsovie"; -sixteen ballerinas; pas de Cosaques: C[hristopher] J. Smith, [William] Mitchenson, Lindon; "Polka d'Extase" dances added on Oct 12

poses plastiques poses accompanied by Eolian harp and invisible double chorus

a fete de champetre; magical transformation and a pleasure excursion by the aerial railway; grand tableau and finale illuminated by flammes de Bengale

I,i exterior of the Count's mansion and basket maker's cottage; II,i interior of the basket maker's cottage; II,ii the Countess's boudoir; II,iii interior and exterior of a conservatory

3) The Unfinished Gentleman (1)

AU: Charles Selby

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, next 8 Oct 1846

Genre (farce) farce

First Night Cast

Lord Totterly: [Charles] Selby; The Honorable Frisk Flammer: Worrell; Charles Danvers: [Henry] Stoker; Bill Downey (shoe-black, porter and literary man): [Edward R.] Wright; James Miller: [James H.] Munyard; Nibble: [John] Sanders; Catch: Butler; Robert: Lindon; Louisa Bloomfield: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Mary Chintz: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Reference Cast

Lord Totterly: Charles Selby
The Honorable Frisk Flammer:
   Worrell

Charles Danvers: Henry Stoker
Bill Downey: Edward R. Wright
James Miller: James H. Munyard
Nibble: John Sanders
Catch: Butler
Robert: Lindon
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Marian
   A. Taylor

Mary Chintz: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar



7 Oct 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
5 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (18)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 6 Oct 1846, next 8 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe

2) Antony and Cleopatra (2)

Performances first 5 Oct 1846, previous 5 Oct 1846, next 9 Oct 1846

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (26)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 5 Oct 1846, next 9 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (7 Sep 1846)

BUT Thetis: Miss Turner


8 Oct 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
5 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (19)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 7 Oct 1846, next 9 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (2)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 6 Oct 1846, next 10 Oct 1846

3) The Unfinished Gentleman (2)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 6 Oct 1846, next 10 Oct 1846


9 Oct 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
5 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (20)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 8 Oct 1846, next 10 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe

2) Antony and Cleopatra (3)

Performances first 5 Oct 1846, previous 7 Oct 1846

3) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (27)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 7 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (7 Sep 1846)

BUT Thetis: Miss Turner


10 Oct 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
5 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (21)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 9 Oct 1846, next 12 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Sep 1846)

BUT Frank Biceps: Howe

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (3)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 8 Oct 1846, next 12 Oct 1846

3) The Unfinished Gentleman (3)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 8 Oct 1846


12 Oct 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
12 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (22)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 10 Oct 1846, next 13 Oct 1846

2) The Jockey Club (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Nicoll gives 1st perf as 19 Oct 1846 AU: [Edward Stirling]

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, next 13 Oct 1846

Genre (extravaganza) entirely new equestrian tattersallian T. Y. C. extravaganza; 2 acts

First Night Cast

sporting characters Leander Larkington, Esq. (a brilliant of the first water--on and off the turf): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Mr. Philander Heavyswell (a light weight): Paul J. Bedford; The Marquis de Boquespille (an Anglomaniac and distinguished foreign amateur of the turf): [Charles] Selby; Acis Macassar, Esq., C.T.B.G. (president of the "Genuine Gents' Jockey Club," Little Bell Alley): [Edward R.] Wright; Teddy O'Lynn (an Irish Tiger): Redmond Ryan; Shadow (not substance): Waye Gents' Jockey Club Timkins: Freeborn; Simpkins: Horton; Snobkins: Williamson; Lilliput: Master Sydney; Bobkins: C[hristopher] J. Smith; Jenkins: Conran; Winkins: Husk; Feather Weight Jockey: "Master Minimum" turf trampers man with lists: [John] Sanders; card man: Butler; thimble rigger: Glennaire; single stick player: Stevens; keeper of E.O. table: Wilson; waiter: [William] Mitchenson; flats and sharps, acrobats, countrymen, visitors, betters, biters, rooks, pigeons, and police, effective and defective: Thomas, Dawson, Jones, Levison, Wagstaff, Rookwood, Smith, the ladies Mrs. Fitzfolly (a love): Miss Ellen Chaplin; Mrs. Roseville (a duck): Miss Emma Harding; Miss Poppets (a darling): Mrs. Frank Matthews jockies Red: Miss Fleming; Blue: Miss Turner; Yellow: Miss Taylor ladies: Miss Aldridge, Mrs. Glennaire, Miss Johnson; Gipsey: Miss Harrison; country girls, visitors: Miss Simpson, Mrs. Hunt, Miss Vernon, Miss LeLacheur

Reference Cast

Leander Larkington, Esq.: Miss
   Sarah J. Woolgar

Mr. Philander Heavyswell: Paul
   J. Bedford

The Marquis de Boquespille:
   Charles Selby

Acis Macassar, Esq., C.T.B.G.:
   James H. Munyard

Teddy O'Lynn: Lindon
Shadow: Waye
Timkins: Freeborn
Simpkins: Horton
Snobkins: Williamson
Lilliput: Master Sydney
Bobkins: Christopher J. Smith
Jenkins: Conran
Winkins: Husk
Feather Weight Jockey: "Master
   Minimum"

man with lists: John Sanders
card man: Butler
thimble rigger: Glennaire
single stick player: Stevens
keeper of E.O. table: Wilson
waiter: William Mitchenson
flats and sharps, acrobats,
   countrymen, visitors, betters,
   biters, rooks, pigeons, and
   police, effective and
   defective:
   Thomas
   Dawson
   Jones
   Levison
   Wagstaff
   Rookwood
   Smith
Mrs. Fitzfolly: Miss Ellen
   Chaplin

Mrs. Roseville: Miss Emma
   Harding

Miss Poppets: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews

Red: Miss Fleming
Blue: Miss Turner
Yellow: Miss Taylor
ladies:
   Miss Aldridge
   Mrs. Glennaire
   Miss Johnson
Gipsey: Miss Harrison
country girls, visitors:
   Miss Simpson
   Mrs. Hunt
   Miss Vernon
   Miss LeLacheur

(DI) preparing for the start; (DII) the race; (DII) the prize

DES, EXE: Pitt, Johnstone I,i the inn; II,i the course

MACH: Cooper

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (4)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 10 Oct 1846, next 13 Oct 1846


13 Oct 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
12 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (23)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 12 Oct 1846, next 14 Oct 1846

2) The Jockey Club (2)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 12 Oct 1846, next 14 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (12 Oct 1846)

BUT Acis Macassar, Esq.,
  C.T.B.G.: Edward R. Wright
Teddy O'Lynn: Redmond Ryan

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (5)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 12 Oct 1846, next 14 Oct 1846


14 Oct 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
12 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (24)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 13 Oct 1846, next 15 Oct 1846

2) The Jockey Club (3)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 13 Oct 1846, next 15 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (12 Oct 1846)

BUT Acis Macassar, Esq.,
  C.T.B.G.: Edward R. Wright
Teddy O'Lynn: Redmond Ryan

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (6)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 13 Oct 1846, next 15 Oct 1846


15 Oct 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
12 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (25)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 14 Oct 1846, next 16 Oct 1846

2) The Jockey Club (4)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 14 Oct 1846, next 16 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (12 Oct 1846)

BUT Acis Macassar, Esq.,
  C.T.B.G.: Edward R. Wright
Teddy O'Lynn: Redmond Ryan

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (7)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 14 Oct 1846, next 16 Oct 1846


16 Oct 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
12 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (26)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 15 Oct 1846, next 17 Oct 1846

2) The Jockey Club (5)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 15 Oct 1846, next 17 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (12 Oct 1846)

BUT Acis Macassar, Esq.,
  C.T.B.G.: Edward R. Wright
Teddy O'Lynn: Redmond Ryan

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (8)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 15 Oct 1846, next 17 Oct 1846


17 Oct 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
12 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (27)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 16 Oct 1846, next 19 Oct 1846

2) The Jockey Club (6)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 16 Oct 1846, next 19 Oct 1846

Cast as reference cast (12 Oct 1846)

BUT Acis Macassar, Esq.,
  C.T.B.G.: Edward R. Wright
Teddy O'Lynn: Redmond Ryan

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (9)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 16 Oct 1846, next 19 Oct 1846


19 Oct 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
19 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (28)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 17 Oct 1846, next 20 Oct 1846

2) The Jockey Club (7)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 17 Oct 1846, next 20 Oct 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (10)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 17 Oct 1846, next 20 Oct 1846

Cast truncated for reasons of space


20 Oct 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
19 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (29)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 19 Oct 1846, next 21 Oct 1846

2) The Jockey Club (8)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 19 Oct 1846, next 21 Oct 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (11)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 19 Oct 1846, next 21 Oct 1846


21 Oct 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
19 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (30)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 20 Oct 1846, next 22 Oct 1846

2) The Jockey Club (9)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 20 Oct 1846, next 22 Oct 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (12)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 20 Oct 1846, next 22 Oct 1846


22 Oct 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
19 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (31)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 21 Oct 1846, next 23 Oct 1846

2) The Jockey Club (10)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 21 Oct 1846, next 23 Oct 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (13)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 21 Oct 1846, next 23 Oct 1846


23 Oct 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
19 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (32)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 22 Oct 1846, next 24 Oct 1846

2) The Jockey Club (11)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 22 Oct 1846, next 24 Oct 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (14)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 22 Oct 1846, next 24 Oct 1846


24 Oct 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
19 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (33)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 23 Oct 1846, next 26 Oct 1846

2) The Jockey Club (12)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 23 Oct 1846, next 26 Oct 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (15)

Performances first 6 Oct 1846, previous 23 Oct 1846


26 Oct 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
26 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (34)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 24 Oct 1846, next 27 Oct 1846

2) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Nicoll gives title as Mrs. Sarah . . . AU: [[Benjamin N.] Webster]

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, next 27 Oct 1846

Genre (farce) a Bozzian sketch; 1 act

First Night Cast

Mr. Magnus Muff (chandler, with a heart as soft as his tallow): [William] Cullenford; Charley Muff (young man addicted to girls and gambling): Worrell; Patrick Moriarity (a "mimber" of Conciliation Hall with no desire for the "Repeal of the Union"): Redmond Ryan; Mrs. Sarah Gamp: [Edward R.] Wright; Mrs. Betsy Prig (maternal and matrimonial): [James H.] Munyard; Selina Gamp (a "pet of the Ballet"): Miss Ellen Chaplin; Mrs. Moriarity (a young and blushing bride): Miss M[arian A.] Taylor

Reference Cast

Mr. Magnus Muff: William
   Cullenford

Charley Muff: Worrell
Patrick Moriarity: Redmond Ryan
Mrs. Sarah Gamp: Edward R.
   Wright

Mrs. Betsy Prig: James H.
   Munyard

Selina Gamp: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Mrs. Moriarity: Miss Marian A.
   Taylor


"Lights of Other Days", [Edward R.] Wright

3) The Jockey Club (13)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 24 Oct 1846, next 27 Oct 1846

4) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (4)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 3 Oct 1846, next 27 Oct 1846


27 Oct 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
26 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (35)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 26 Oct 1846, next 28 Oct 1846

2) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (2)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 26 Oct 1846, next 28 Oct 1846

3) The Jockey Club (14)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 26 Oct 1846, next 28 Oct 1846

4) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (5)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 26 Oct 1846, next 28 Oct 1846


28 Oct 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
26 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (36)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 27 Oct 1846, next 29 Oct 1846

2) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (3)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 27 Oct 1846, next 29 Oct 1846

3) The Jockey Club (15)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 27 Oct 1846, next 29 Oct 1846

4) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (6)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 27 Oct 1846, next 29 Oct 1846


29 Oct 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
29 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (37)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 28 Oct 1846, next 30 Oct 1846

2) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (4)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 28 Oct 1846, next 30 Oct 1846

3) The Jockey Club (16)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 28 Oct 1846, next 30 Oct 1846

4) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (7)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 28 Oct 1846, next 30 Oct 1846


30 Oct 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
29 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (38)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 29 Oct 1846, next 31 Oct 1846

2) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (5)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 29 Oct 1846, next 31 Oct 1846

3) The Jockey Club (17)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 29 Oct 1846, next 31 Oct 1846

4) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (8)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 29 Oct 1846, next 31 Oct 1846


31 Oct 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
29 Oct 1846
bill
HTC

1) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (39)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 30 Oct 1846, next 2 Nov 1846

2) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (6)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 30 Oct 1846, next 2 Nov 1846

3) The Jockey Club (18)

Performances first 12 Oct 1846, previous 30 Oct 1846

4) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (9)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 30 Oct 1846, next 1 Mar 1847


2 Nov 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
2 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; burlesque of Adolphe C. Adam's ballet, Giselle; originally scheduled for October 29, 1846 AU: Charles Selby

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, next 3 Nov 1846

Genre (burlesque) grand romantic semi-burlesque fairy spectacle; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Count Whirligig: [Edward R.] Wright; Giselle: Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Albert Brown: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Herr Kaufman: [Henry] Stoker; huntsmen: Horton, Williamson, Freeborn, [John] Sanders, Husk, Conran, Morgan, Waye, Aldridge; Prince Noodlehead: Paul J. Bedford; Shortgemo: [James H.] Munyard; Batilde: Miss Marian A. Taylor; Chodel: [William] Cullenford; Estelle: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Lurline: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Queen of Wilis: Miss Emma Harding; Zamiel: O. Smith; Zippercoonzipppercoonnickernockernip: [William] Mitchenson; Jeames de la Pluche: C[hristopher] J. Smith

Cast Comment roles introduced in plot summary

Reference Cast

Count Whirligig: Edward R.
   Wright

Giselle: Mme. Celine Celeste
Albert Brown: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

Herr Kaufman: Henry Stoker
huntsmen:
   Horton
   Williamson
   Freeborn
   John Sanders
   Husk
   Conran
   Morgan
   Waye
   Aldridge
Prince Noodlehead: Paul J.
   Bedford

Shortgemo: James H. Munyard
Batilde: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Chodel: William Cullenford
Estelle: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Queen of Wilis: Miss Emma
   Harding

Zamiel: O. Smith
Zippercoonzipppercoonnickernocke
   rnip: William Mitchenson
Jeames de la Pluche: Christopher
   J. Smith


(dI,i) pathetic romance: [Edward R.] Wright (hurdy gurdy); (dI,i) recitative and chorus of huntsmen; (dI,i) sentimental and joyous ballad: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; (dI,i) pathetic ballad: [Edward R.] Wright; (dI,ii) superlatively grand mock Italian scena [Alfred Mellon]: Paul J. Bedford; (dII,i) Freischutzean barcarolle: [Edward R.] Wright; (dII,i) Ethiopian serenade: [Edward R.] Wright, [William] Mitchenson

(dI,i) "pas de vignerons"; -corps de ballet; (dI,i) pas de fantasie: "Der Zaubertanz", Mme. [Celine] Celeste; (dI,iii) pas d'ensemble: (dI,iii) pas de deux: "La Manola", Mme. [Celine] Celeste, Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; (di,iii) Spanish bolero, [Edward R.] Wright, Miss E[llen] Chaplin; (dII,i) pas diabolique: -corps de ballet; (dII,i) pas d'initiation: "Gespenster-Tanz in Der Mitternacht", Mme. [Celine] Celeste; -corps de ballet; (dII,i) "Waltz of Death", [Edward R.] Wright; -corps de ballet; (dII,i) pas d'entrainment, Mme. [Celine] Celeste; (dII,i) "Galop Infernal", [Edward R.] Wright; -corps de ballet; (dII,ii) "Tarantelle d'Extase", [Edward R.] Wright, Mme. [Celine] Celeste; -corps de ballet

(dI,iii) a fete champetre et matinee dansante to celebrate the betrothal of Albert and Giselle; (dI,iii) extraordinary magical transformation; (dII,i) Giselle rises from the tomb; (dII,i) sun rises and the phantom dancers sink into the earth; (dII,ii) the forest is transformed into a salon de bal; (dII,ii) grand tableau finale illuminated (of course) by Flammes de Bengale

I,i a vineyard with the Rhine in perspective; I,ii grand saloon in Prince Noodlehead's Palace; I,iii a place de village; II,i the haunt of the Wilis by moonlight; II,ii another part of the forest

mach, transformations: Cooper

extensive plot summary in bill

2) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (7)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 31 Oct 1846, next 3 Nov 1846

3) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (40)

Title Comment "first time at second price" (bill) Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 31 Oct 1846, next 3 Nov 1846


3 Nov 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
2 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (2)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 2 Nov 1846, next 4 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (8)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 2 Nov 1846, next 4 Nov 1846

3) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (41)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 2 Nov 1846, next 4 Nov 1846


4 Nov 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
2 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (3)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 3 Nov 1846, next 5 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (9)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 3 Nov 1846, next 5 Nov 1846

3) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (42)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 3 Nov 1846, next 5 Nov 1846


5 Nov 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
2 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (4)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 4 Nov 1846, next 6 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (10)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 4 Nov 1846, next 6 Nov 1846

3) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (43)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 4 Nov 1846, next 6 Nov 1846


6 Nov 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
2 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (5)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 5 Nov 1846, next 7 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (11)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 5 Nov 1846, next 7 Nov 1846

3) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (44)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 5 Nov 1846, next 7 Nov 1846


7 Nov 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
2 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (6)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 6 Nov 1846, next 9 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (12)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 6 Nov 1846, next 9 Nov 1846

3) Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home (45)

Performances first 17 Sep 1846, previous 6 Nov 1846


9 Nov 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
9 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (7)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 7 Nov 1846, next 10 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Sweethearts and Wives (1)

AU: [James Kenney]

Performances first 9 Nov 1846, next 10 Nov 1846

Genre (comic opera) popular musical comedy; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Admiral Franklin: Lambert; Charles Franklin: [Charles] Selby; Billy Lackaday: [Edward R.] Wright; Sandford: Worrell; Curtis: [William] Cullenford; Mrs. Bell: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Eugenia: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Laura: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Susan: Miss Brooks

Cast Comment Mrs. Yates' 1st app since severe indisposition

Reference Cast

Admiral Franklin: Lambert
Charles Franklin: Charles Selby
Billy Lackaday: Edward R.
   Wright

Sandford: Worrell
Curtis: William Cullenford
Mrs. Bell: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Eugenia: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Laura: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar
Susan: Miss Brooks

"Why Are You Wandering?", Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (13)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 7 Nov 1846, next 10 Nov 1846


10 Nov 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
9 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (8)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 9 Nov 1846, next 11 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Sweethearts and Wives (2)

Performances first 9 Nov 1846, previous 9 Nov 1846, next 11 Nov 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (14)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 9 Nov 1846, next 11 Nov 1846


11 Nov 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
9 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (9)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 10 Nov 1846, next 12 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Sweethearts and Wives (3)

Performances first 9 Nov 1846, previous 10 Nov 1846, next 12 Nov 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (15)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 10 Nov 1846, next 12 Nov 1846


12 Nov 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
9 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (10)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 11 Nov 1846, next 13 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Sweethearts and Wives (4)

Performances first 9 Nov 1846, previous 11 Nov 1846, next 13 Nov 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (16)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 11 Nov 1846, next 13 Nov 1846


13 Nov 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
9 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (11)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 12 Nov 1846, next 14 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Sweethearts and Wives (5)

Performances first 9 Nov 1846, previous 12 Nov 1846, next 14 Nov 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (17)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 12 Nov 1846, next 14 Nov 1846


14 Nov 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
9 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (12)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 13 Nov 1846, next 16 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Sweethearts and Wives (6)

Performances first 9 Nov 1846, previous 13 Nov 1846, next 16 Nov 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (18)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 13 Nov 1846, next 16 Nov 1846


16 Nov 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
16 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (13)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 14 Nov 1846, next 17 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Sweethearts and Wives (7)

Performances first 9 Nov 1846, previous 14 Nov 1846, next 17 Nov 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (19)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 14 Nov 1846, next 17 Nov 1846


17 Nov 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
16 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (14)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 16 Nov 1846, next 18 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Sweethearts and Wives (8)

Performances first 9 Nov 1846, previous 16 Nov 1846, next 18 Nov 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (20)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 16 Nov 1846, next 18 Nov 1846


18 Nov 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
16 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (15)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 17 Nov 1846, next 19 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Sweethearts and Wives (9)

Performances first 9 Nov 1846, previous 17 Nov 1846, next 19 Nov 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (21)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 17 Nov 1846, next 19 Nov 1846


19 Nov 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
16 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (16)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 18 Nov 1846, next 20 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Sweethearts and Wives (10)

Performances first 9 Nov 1846, previous 18 Nov 1846, next 20 Nov 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (22)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 18 Nov 1846, next 20 Nov 1846


20 Nov 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
16 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (17)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 19 Nov 1846, next 21 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Sweethearts and Wives (11)

Performances first 9 Nov 1846, previous 19 Nov 1846, next 21 Nov 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (23)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 19 Nov 1846, next 21 Nov 1846


21 Nov 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
16 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (18)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 20 Nov 1846, next 23 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Sweethearts and Wives (12)

Performances first 9 Nov 1846, previous 20 Nov 1846, next 7 Dec 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (24)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 20 Nov 1846, next 23 Nov 1846


23 Nov 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
23 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (19)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 21 Nov 1846, next 24 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (1)

Title Comment subtitle gives The Bridegroom of here instead of the usual A Bridegroom from AU: [John B.] Buckstone

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, next 24 Nov 1846

Genre (melodrama) original domestic drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Miles Bertram (Squire of Moatley): Boyce; Bernard (a young farmer): Worrell; Grampus (a smuggler): O. Smith; Jemmy Starling (a farmer's boy): [James H.] Munyard; Marmaduke Magog (parish constable): [Edward R.] Wright; William: Lindon; Andrew Phipps: [John] Sanders; Thomas: [William] Mitchenson; Harry: Hunt; Hiram Taylor: Butler; lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn; pressgang: [Unlisted]; Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Bella (her sister): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Dame Bernard: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Blackadder (a pirate): Glennaire; Walter (a sailor): Worrell; Gaffer Fallowfield: Thomas pirates Avory: Aldridge; Culverdine: Williamson; Bardelot: Morgan; Undesignated: Waye revenue officers: [Unlisted]; Lucy: Miss Brooks; Mrs. Starling: Mrs. Hunt

Cast Comment characters have different role descriptions in Act II

Reference Cast

Miles Bertram: Boyce
Bernard: Worrell
Grampus: O. Smith
Jemmy Starling: James H.
   Munyard

Marmaduke Magog: Edward R.
   Wright

William: Lindon
Andrew Phipps: John Sanders
Thomas: William Mitchenson
Harry: Hunt
Hiram Taylor: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang:
   Freeborn

pressgang: Unlisted
Alice: Mrs. Frederick H. Yates
Bella: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Blackadder: Glennaire
Walter: Worrell
Gaffer Fallowfield: Thomas
Avory: Aldridge
Culverdine: Williamson
Bardelot: Morgan
Undesignated: Waye
revenue officers: Unlisted
Lucy: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Starling: Mrs. Hunt

one week only

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (25)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 21 Nov 1846, next 24 Nov 1846


24 Nov 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
23 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (20)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 23 Nov 1846, next 25 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

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

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 23 Nov 1846, next 25 Nov 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (26)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 23 Nov 1846, next 25 Nov 1846


25 Nov 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
23 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (21)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 24 Nov 1846, next 26 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

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

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 24 Nov 1846, next 26 Nov 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (27)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 24 Nov 1846, next 26 Nov 1846


26 Nov 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
23 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (22)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 25 Nov 1846, next 27 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (4)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 25 Nov 1846, next 27 Nov 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (28)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 25 Nov 1846, next 27 Nov 1846


27 Nov 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
23 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (23)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 26 Nov 1846, next 28 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (5)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 26 Nov 1846, next 28 Nov 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (29)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 26 Nov 1846, next 28 Nov 1846


28 Nov 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
23 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (24)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 27 Nov 1846, next 30 Nov 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (6)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 27 Nov 1846, next 30 Nov 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (30)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 27 Nov 1846, next 30 Nov 1846


30 Nov 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
30 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (25)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 28 Nov 1846, next 1 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (7)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 28 Nov 1846, next 1 Dec 1846

positively only six nights more

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (31)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 28 Nov 1846, next 1 Dec 1846


1 Dec 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
30 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (26)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 30 Nov 1846, next 2 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (8)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 30 Nov 1846, next 2 Dec 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (32)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 30 Nov 1846, next 2 Dec 1846


2 Dec 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
30 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (27)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 1 Dec 1846, next 3 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (9)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 1 Dec 1846, next 3 Dec 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (33)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 1 Dec 1846, next 3 Dec 1846


3 Dec 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
30 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (28)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 2 Dec 1846, next 4 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (10)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 2 Dec 1846, next 4 Dec 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (34)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 2 Dec 1846, next 4 Dec 1846


4 Dec 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
30 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (29)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 3 Dec 1846, next 5 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (11)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 3 Dec 1846, next 5 Dec 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (35)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 3 Dec 1846, next 5 Dec 1846


5 Dec 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
30 Nov 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (30)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 4 Dec 1846, next 7 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (12)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 4 Dec 1846, next 10 Dec 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (36)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 4 Dec 1846, next 7 Dec 1846


7 Dec 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
7 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (31)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 5 Dec 1846, next 8 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Sweethearts and Wives (13)

Performances first 9 Nov 1846, previous 21 Nov 1846, next 8 Dec 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (37)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 5 Dec 1846, next 8 Dec 1846


8 Dec 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
7 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (32)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 7 Dec 1846, next 9 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Sweethearts and Wives (14)

Performances first 9 Nov 1846, previous 7 Dec 1846, next 9 Dec 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (38)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 7 Dec 1846, next 9 Dec 1846


9 Dec 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
7 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (33)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 8 Dec 1846, next 10 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Sweethearts and Wives (15)

Performances first 9 Nov 1846, previous 8 Dec 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (39)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 8 Dec 1846, next 10 Dec 1846


10 Dec 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
10 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (34)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 9 Dec 1846, next 11 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (13)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 5 Dec 1846, next 11 Dec 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (40)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 9 Dec 1846, next 11 Dec 1846


11 Dec 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
10 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (35)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 10 Dec 1846, next 12 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (14)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 10 Dec 1846, next 12 Dec 1846

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (41)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 10 Dec 1846, next 12 Dec 1846


12 Dec 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
10 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (36)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 11 Dec 1846, next 14 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (15)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 11 Dec 1846, next 10 Jul 1847

3) Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (42)

Performances first 26 Oct 1846, previous 11 Dec 1846


14 Dec 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
14 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (37)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 12 Dec 1846, next 15 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Cabin Boy (4)

Performances first 14 Sep 1846, previous 16 Sep 1846, next 15 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (14 Sep 1846)

BUT Mlle. Jenny Laroche: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

Cast truncated in the source

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (1)

Title Comment 1st time since 19/2/1846 AU: Charles Selby

Performances first 14 Dec 1846, next 15 Dec 1846

Genre (farce) original terpsichorean burletta

First Night Cast

Mr. Montgomerie Tibbs (an eminent grocer, attached to the City): Lambert; Captain Kidglove (a guardsman, attached to the world of fashion and Miss A. Tibbs): [Charles] Selby; Lord Snolts (a very affable nobleman, attached to his whiskers and to Miss C. Tibbs): Worrell; Captain Lavender: Freeborn; Ensign Fitz-Jones: Lindon; Jacob Gerkin (a town-made footman, attached to the Misses Tibbs' own maid and the poetry of motion): [Edward R.] Wright; Spriggins: [James H.] Munyard; Fitzmortimer Jenks: C[hristopher] J. Smith; Stobber: [John] Sanders; Pomade: Waye; assistant coiffeurs: Stevens, [William] Mitchenson, Butler; servant to Captain Kidglove: Cox; Mrs. Montgomerie Tibbs (wife of the eminent grocer, an elderly giselle, deeply attached to the mazourka and evening parties): Mrs. Frank Matthews her daughters, very pretty and interesting young ladies, attached to Lord Snolts and Captain Kidglove Celestina: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Anastasia: Miss Ellen Chaplin Sally Knobbs (maid to the Misses Tibbs, attached to metaphysics and Jacob Gerkin): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Jemima Jenkinson (a genteel cook, attached to Mr. Spriggins and the "Heagle"): Miss Brooks

Reference Cast

Mr. Montgomerie Tibbs: Lambert
Captain Kidglove: Charles Selby
Lord Snolts: Worrell
Captain Lavender: Freeborn
Ensign Fitz-Jones: Lindon
Jacob Gerkin: Edward R. Wright
Spriggins: James H. Munyard
Fitzmortimer Jenks: Christopher
   J. Smith

Stobber: John Sanders
Pomade: Waye
assistant coiffeurs:
   Stevens
   William Mitchenson
   Butler
servant to Captain Kidglove:
   Cox

Mrs. Montgomerie Tibbs: Mrs.
   Frank Matthews

Celestina: Miss Marian A.
   Taylor

Anastasia: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Sally Knobbs: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

Jemima Jenkinson: Miss Brooks

parody (from Don Pasquale): [Edward R.] Wright; song (a new dancing romance): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar Parody is based on "Serenade" from Don Pasquale

royal cotillion: -principal characters; minuet de la cour and Vestris gavotte: [Edward R.] Wright, Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; "Sir Roger De Coverley"; -the company

(dperf)bal poudre in the court costume of George the Second's reign


15 Dec 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
14 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (38)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 14 Dec 1846, next 16 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Cabin Boy (5)

Performances first 14 Sep 1846, previous 14 Dec 1846, next 16 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (14 Sep 1846)

BUT Mlle. Jenny Laroche: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (2)

Performances first 14 Dec 1846, previous 14 Dec 1846, next 16 Dec 1846


16 Dec 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
14 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (39)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 15 Dec 1846, next 17 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Cabin Boy (6)

Performances first 14 Sep 1846, previous 15 Dec 1846, next 17 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (14 Sep 1846)

BUT Mlle. Jenny Laroche: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (3)

Performances first 14 Dec 1846, previous 15 Dec 1846, next 17 Dec 1846


17 Dec 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
14 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (40)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 16 Dec 1846, next 18 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Cabin Boy (7)

Performances first 14 Sep 1846, previous 16 Dec 1846, next 18 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (14 Sep 1846)

BUT Mlle. Jenny Laroche: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (4)

Performances first 14 Dec 1846, previous 16 Dec 1846, next 18 Dec 1846


18 Dec 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
14 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (41)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 17 Dec 1846, next 19 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Cabin Boy (8)

Performances first 14 Sep 1846, previous 17 Dec 1846, next 19 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (14 Sep 1846)

BUT Mlle. Jenny Laroche: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (5)

Performances first 14 Dec 1846, previous 17 Dec 1846, next 19 Dec 1846


19 Dec 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
14 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (42)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 18 Dec 1846, next 21 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

ADDS Lurline: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) The Cabin Boy (9)

Performances first 14 Sep 1846, previous 18 Dec 1846, next 8 Mar 1847

Cast as reference cast (14 Sep 1846)

BUT Mlle. Jenny Laroche: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (6)

Performances first 14 Dec 1846, previous 18 Dec 1846, next 21 Dec 1846


21 Dec 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
21 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (43)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 19 Dec 1846, next 22 Dec 1846

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (1)

Title Comment 1st time since 7 Aug. 1845; Adapted fr L'Image AU: [John B.] Buckstone

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, next 22 Dec 1846

Genre (farce) comic drama; 1 act

First Night Cast

Lord Philander: [Charles] Selby; Algernon: Boyce; Diccon (a shepherd): [Edward R.] Wright; Milly (a milkmaid): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam

Reference Cast

Lord Philander: William
   Cullenford

Algernon: Boyce
Diccon: Edward R. Wright
Milly: Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam

ballad: "The Maid with a Milking Pail" [Edward F. Fitzwilliam], Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (7)

Performances first 14 Dec 1846, previous 19 Dec 1846, next 22 Dec 1846


22 Dec 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
21 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (44)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 21 Dec 1846, next 23 Dec 1846

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (2)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 21 Dec 1846, next 23 Dec 1846

Cast as reference cast (21 Dec 1846)

BUT Lord Philander: Charles
  Selby

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (8)

Performances first 14 Dec 1846, previous 21 Dec 1846, next 23 Dec 1846


23 Dec 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
21 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (45)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 22 Dec 1846, next 26 Dec 1846

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (3)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 22 Dec 1846, next 8 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (21 Dec 1846)

BUT Lord Philander: Charles
  Selby

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (9)

Performances first 14 Dec 1846, previous 22 Dec 1846


24 Dec 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi

DARK: Christmas Eve


25 Dec 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi

DARK: Christmas Day


26 Dec 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
26 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Based on Merimee's Inspecteur General des Monumens Historiques AU: [Unknown], COMP: Alfred Mellon

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, next 28 Dec 1846

Genre (romantic drama) entirely new and original romantic drama

First Night Cast

Colonel Neville (an eccentric English traveller): Lambert; Antonio Della Rebbia (descendant of a noble Corsican family): Howe; Monsieur Dudevant (French prefect of Ajaccio): [Charles] Selby; Barricini (mayor): [William] Cullenford sons of Barricini Orlanduccio: Boyce; Vincentello: Worrell Barnaby Puffball (servant to the Colonel): [Edward R.] Wright; Brandolaccio (a social bandit): Paul J. Bedford; Castriconi (alias le cure): O. Smith; Geronimo (master of hotel): Waye; Polo Griffo (a goatherd): [Henry] Stoker; Sforza (a bandit of the Barricini faction): C[hristopher] J. Smith; goatherd: [John] Sanders; Brigadier of Gens d'armes: Glennaire; goatherds, Corsican peasants: [William] Mitchenson, Lindon, Freeborn; Colomba (sister to Antonio Della Rebbia): Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Lydia Neville (the Colonel's daughter): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Chilina (a mountain peasant girl): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Saveria (Colomba's attendant): Miss Brooks

Reference Cast

Colonel Neville: Lambert
Antonio Della Rebbia: Howe
Monsieur Dudevant: Charles
   Selby

Barricini: William Cullenford
Orlanduccio: Boyce
Vincentello: Worrell
Barnaby Puffball: Edward R.
   Wright

Brandolaccio: Paul J. Bedford
Castriconi: O. Smith
Geronimo: Waye
Polo Griffo: Henry Stoker
Sforza: Christopher J. Smith
goatherd: John Sanders
Brigadier of Gens d'armes:
   Glennaire

goatherds, Corsican peasants:
   William Mitchenson
   Lindon
   Freeborn
Colomba: Mme. Celine Celeste
Lydia Neville: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Chilina: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar
Saveria: Miss Brooks

hymn: Mme. [Celine] Celeste

I,i courtyard of the hotel at Ajaccio and the mountains of Castellamare in the distance; I,ii anti-chambre in hotel; I,iii saloon of the hotel overlooking the sea shore; I,iv apartment in residence of the French prefect; I,v defile in the mountains in the route to Pietranera by moonlight; II,i turret chamber in the old mansion of Della Rebbia; II,ii pine forest on the hill; II,iii rocky pass, torrent and wooden bridge on the Barricini territory; II,iv pine forest; II,v the Corsican bandits' dwelling and refuge on the summit of the Maquis by sunset; III,i saloon of the hotel; III,ii mansion Della Rebbia; III,iii picturesque village of Pietranera; III,iv forest; III,v ancient ruin of the tower of Acquaviva by moonlight

bill contains detailed plot summary

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (46)

Title Comment first time at second price Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 23 Dec 1846, next 28 Dec 1846

General Non-Title Information

gymnastics: "Jeux Gymnastics", John Lees, Master [George] Hanlon, Master [William] Hanlon, Master [Alfred] Hanlon this troupe known as "The Celebrated Entortilationists." There were six sons of the actor, Thomas Hanlon: Alfred, edward, Frederick, George, William, and Tom. (See Thomas Walton, "Entortilationists," Life and Letters Today, April 1941)


28 Dec 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
28 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (2)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 26 Dec 1846, next 29 Dec 1846

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (47)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 26 Dec 1846, next 29 Dec 1846


29 Dec 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
28 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (3)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 28 Dec 1846, next 30 Dec 1846

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (48)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 28 Dec 1846, next 30 Dec 1846


30 Dec 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
28 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (4)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 29 Dec 1846, next 31 Dec 1846

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (49)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 29 Dec 1846, next 31 Dec 1846


31 Dec 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
28 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (5)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 30 Dec 1846, next 1 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (50)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 30 Dec 1846, next 1 Jan 1847


1 Jan 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
28 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (6)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 31 Dec 1846, next 2 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (51)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 31 Dec 1846, next 2 Jan 1847


2 Jan 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
28 Dec 1846
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (7)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 1 Jan 1847, next 4 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (52)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 1 Jan 1847, next 4 Jan 1847


4 Jan 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
4 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (8)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 2 Jan 1847, next 5 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (53)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 2 Jan 1847, next 5 Jan 1847


5 Jan 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
4 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (9)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 4 Jan 1847, next 6 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (54)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 4 Jan 1847, next 6 Jan 1847


6 Jan 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
4 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (10)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 5 Jan 1847, next 7 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (55)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 5 Jan 1847, next 7 Jan 1847


7 Jan 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
4 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (11)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 6 Jan 1847, next 8 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (56)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 6 Jan 1847, next 8 Jan 1847


8 Jan 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
4 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (12)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 7 Jan 1847, next 9 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (57)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 7 Jan 1847, next 9 Jan 1847


9 Jan 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
4 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (13)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 8 Jan 1847, next 11 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (58)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 8 Jan 1847, next 11 Jan 1847


11 Jan 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
11 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (14)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 9 Jan 1847, next 12 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (59)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 9 Jan 1847, next 12 Jan 1847


12 Jan 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
11 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (15)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 11 Jan 1847, next 13 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (60)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 11 Jan 1847, next 13 Jan 1847


13 Jan 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
11 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (16)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 12 Jan 1847, next 14 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (61)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 12 Jan 1847, next 14 Jan 1847


14 Jan 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
11 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (17)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 13 Jan 1847, next 15 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (62)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 13 Jan 1847, next 15 Jan 1847


15 Jan 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
11 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (18)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 14 Jan 1847, next 16 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (63)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 14 Jan 1847, next 16 Jan 1847


16 Jan 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
11 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (19)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 15 Jan 1847, next 18 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (64)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 15 Jan 1847, next 18 Jan 1847


18 Jan 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
18 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (20)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 16 Jan 1847, next 19 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (65)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 16 Jan 1847, next 19 Jan 1847


19 Jan 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
18 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (21)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 18 Jan 1847, next 20 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (66)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 18 Jan 1847, next 20 Jan 1847


20 Jan 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
18 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (22)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 19 Jan 1847, next 21 Jan 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (67)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 19 Jan 1847, next 21 Jan 1847


21 Jan 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
21 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (23)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 20 Jan 1847, next 22 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1846)

BUT Brandolaccio: Redmond Ryan

Cast Comment Ryan replaces Bedford "in consequence of the indisposition of Paul Bedford" (bill)

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (68)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 20 Jan 1847, next 22 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby


22 Jan 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
21 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (24)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 21 Jan 1847, next 23 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1846)

BUT Brandolaccio: Redmond Ryan

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (69)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 21 Jan 1847, next 23 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby


23 Jan 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
21 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (25)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 22 Jan 1847, next 25 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1846)

BUT Brandolaccio: Redmond Ryan

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (70)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 22 Jan 1847, next 25 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby


25 Jan 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
25 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 23 Jan 1847, next 26 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1846)

BUT Brandolaccio: Redmond Ryan

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (71)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 23 Jan 1847, next 26 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby


26 Jan 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
25 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (27)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 25 Jan 1847, next 27 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1846)

BUT Brandolaccio: Redmond Ryan

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (72)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 25 Jan 1847, next 27 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby


27 Jan 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
25 Jan 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (28)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 26 Jan 1847, next 28 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1846)

BUT Brandolaccio: Redmond Ryan

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (73)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 26 Jan 1847, next 28 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby


28 Jan 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
28 Jan 1847
bill
DFo

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (29)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 27 Jan 1847, next 29 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1846)

BUT Barnaby Puffball: James H.
  Munyard

Brandolaccio: Redmond Ryan

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (74)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 27 Jan 1847, next 29 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


29 Jan 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
28 Jan 1847
bill
DFo

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (30)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 28 Jan 1847, next 30 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1846)

BUT Barnaby Puffball: James H.
  Munyard

Brandolaccio: Redmond Ryan

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (75)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 28 Jan 1847, next 30 Jan 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


30 Jan 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
28 Jan 1847
bill
DFo

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (31)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 29 Jan 1847, next 1 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1846)

BUT Barnaby Puffball: James H.
  Munyard

Brandolaccio: Redmond Ryan

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (76)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 29 Jan 1847, next 1 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


1 Feb 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
1 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (32)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 30 Jan 1847, next 2 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1846)

BUT Barnaby Puffball: James H.
  Munyard

Brandolaccio: Redmond Ryan

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (77)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 30 Jan 1847, next 2 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


2 Feb 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
1 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (33)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 1 Feb 1847, next 3 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1846)

BUT Barnaby Puffball: James H.
  Munyard

Brandolaccio: Redmond Ryan

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (78)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 1 Feb 1847, next 3 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


3 Feb 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
1 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) Colomba, The Corsican Sister (34)

Performances first 26 Dec 1846, previous 2 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1846)

BUT Barnaby Puffball: James H.
  Munyard

Brandolaccio: Redmond Ryan

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (79)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 2 Feb 1847, next 4 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


4 Feb 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
4 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Mysterious Stranger (1)

Title Comment Founded on Satan; ou, L'Diable a Paris by Clarville and Damarin; "By desire" (bill) AU: Charles Selby

Performances first 4 Feb 1847, next 5 Feb 1847

Genre (drama) drama of peculiar interest; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Count Henry de Beausoleil (French gentleman): Boyce friends of the Count Count Vanille: Lambert; Captain Gasconade: Worrell The Mysterious Stranger: Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Duplumet (a banker): [William] Cullenford; Crequet (valet to Count Beausoleil): [Edward R.] Wright; Francois: Glennaire; Pierre: Thomas artistes of society Chechore: O. Smith; Loupy: [John] Sanders; La Fleur: Lindon corporal: Waye; Chaumiere: Butler; Mademoiselle de Nantelle (betrothed to Count Beausoleil): Miss E[mma] Harding ladies of fashion Madame de Sericourt: Miss Brooks; Madame de Luceval: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Madame de Savigne: Miss Taylor; Madame de Lenneville: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor Madeline (femme de chambre of Mlle. Nantelle, betrothed to Crequet): Miss E[llen] Chaplin; ladies, gentlemen, guests, dancers, thieves: [Unlisted]

Reference Cast

Count Henry de Beausoleil:
   Boyce

Count Vanille: Lambert
Captain Gasconade: Worrell
The Mysterious Stranger: Mme.
   Celine Celeste

Duplumet: William Cullenford
Crequet: Edward R. Wright
Francois: Glennaire
Pierre: Thomas
Chechore: O. Smith
Loupy: John Sanders
La Fleur: Lindon
corporal: Waye
Chaumiere: Butler
Mademoiselle de Nantelle: Miss
   Emma Harding

Madame de Sericourt: Miss
   Brooks

Madame de Luceval: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews

Madame de Savigne: Miss Taylor
Madame de Lenneville: Miss
   Marian A. Taylor

Madeline: Miss Ellen Chaplin
ladies, gentlemen, guests,
   dancers, thieves: Unlisted

French quadrille

1. a ballroom

2) A Nabob for an Hour (7)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 12 Sep 1846, next 5 Feb 1847

3) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (80)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 3 Feb 1847, next 5 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby


5 Feb 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
4 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Mysterious Stranger (2)

Performances first 4 Feb 1847, previous 4 Feb 1847, next 6 Feb 1847

2) A Nabob for an Hour (8)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 4 Feb 1847, next 6 Feb 1847

3) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (81)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 4 Feb 1847, next 6 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby


6 Feb 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
4 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Mysterious Stranger (3)

Performances first 4 Feb 1847, previous 5 Feb 1847, next 8 Feb 1847

2) A Nabob for an Hour (9)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 5 Feb 1847, next 18 Feb 1847

3) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (82)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 5 Feb 1847, next 8 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby


8 Feb 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
8 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Mysterious Stranger (4)

Performances first 4 Feb 1847, previous 6 Feb 1847, next 9 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (4 Feb 1847)

BUT Madame de Lenneville: Mrs.
  Edmund Laws

Madeline: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (4)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 23 Dec 1846, next 9 Feb 1847

3) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (83)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 6 Feb 1847, next 9 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


9 Feb 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
8 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Mysterious Stranger (5)

Performances first 4 Feb 1847, previous 8 Feb 1847, next 10 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (4 Feb 1847)

BUT Madame de Lenneville: Mrs.
  Edmund Laws

Madeline: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (5)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 8 Feb 1847, next 10 Feb 1847

3) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (84)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 8 Feb 1847, next 10 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


10 Feb 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
8 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Mysterious Stranger (6)

Performances first 4 Feb 1847, previous 9 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (4 Feb 1847)

BUT Madame de Lenneville: Mrs.
  Edmund Laws

Madeline: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (6)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 9 Feb 1847, next 18 Feb 1847

3) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (85)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 9 Feb 1847, next 11 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Prince Noodlehead: Charles
  Selby

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


11 Feb 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
11 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (1)

AU: [John B.] Buckstone, COMP: Edward F. Fitzwilliam, Alfred Mellon

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, next 12 Feb 1847

Genre (drama) celebrated drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce; George O'Kennedy (his younger brother): [Henry] Stoker; Wild Murtogh (horse-jobber, piper, and general dealer): O. Smith; Paddy Kelly: [John] Sanders Irish boys Ned Keogh: Lindon; Darby Donovan: Thomas; Tim O'Toole: Horton Geraldine (wife to Connor O'Kennedy): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Nelly O'Neil (her foster sister): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Captain Dartois (a French officer): Worrell; Muster Grinnidge (proprietor of a travelling caravan): [Edward R.] Wright; Jack Gong (his man): Paul J. Bedford indians Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson; Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith; Miami (the huntress of the Mississippi): Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Tigertail (a squaw): Mrs. Worrell Dennis (a blacksmith): [William] Cullenford; Tom Williams (a sailor): Williamson; Larry: Waye; servant to George: Thomas; servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire; Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Evelleen (a child, seven years old): Miss Robins; Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell; Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Louise: Miss Bell

Cast Comment "Bedford's 1st app. after severe indisposition" (bill)

Reference Cast

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: Henry Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: John Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Horton
Geraldine: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Nelly O'Neil: Mrs. Edward
   Fitzwilliam

Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: Edward R.
   Wright

Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: William Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: Christopher J.
   Smith

Miami: Mme. Celine Celeste
Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Dennis: William Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert:
   Glennaire

Madame St. Aubert: Mme. Celine
   Celeste

Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell
Meg: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

I [1745 Ireland on the Galway Coast], I,i an Irish fair and row; I,ii antique room; I,iii large barn adjoining O'Kennedy's house; I,iv moonlight view on the Atlantic; II [1747, America in the valley of the Mississippi] II,i log cabin on the banks of the Mississippi; II,ii pine wood and distant view of a raft; II,iii American forest; II,iv the Mississippi by sunset; III [1748, Ireland] III,i a smith's forge near the hill of Howth; III,ii hall in an old town house; III,iii street in Dublin by night; III,iv apartment in the house of Madame St. Aubert

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (86)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 10 Feb 1847, next 12 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Albert Brown: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan
Batilde: Miss Brooks


12 Feb 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
11 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (2)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 11 Feb 1847, next 13 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1847)

BUT Tom Williams: Williamson

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (87)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 11 Feb 1847, next 13 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Albert Brown: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan
Batilde: Miss Brooks


13 Feb 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
11 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (3)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 12 Feb 1847, next 15 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1847)

BUT Tom Williams: Williamson

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (88)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 12 Feb 1847, next 15 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Albert Brown: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan
Batilde: Miss Brooks


15 Feb 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
15 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (4)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 13 Feb 1847, next 16 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1847)

BUT Tom Williams: Williamson

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (89)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 13 Feb 1847, next 16 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Albert Brown: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan
Batilde: Miss Brooks


16 Feb 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
15 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (5)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 15 Feb 1847, next 18 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1847)

BUT Tom Williams: Williamson

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (90)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 15 Feb 1847, next 5 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Albert Brown: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan
Batilde: Miss Brooks


17 Feb 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi

DARK: Ash Wednesday


18 Feb 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
18 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (6)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 16 Feb 1847, next 19 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1847)

BUT Tom Williams: Williamson

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (7)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 10 Feb 1847, next 19 Feb 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (10)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 6 Feb 1847, next 19 Feb 1847


19 Feb 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
18 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (7)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 18 Feb 1847, next 20 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1847)

BUT Tom Williams: Williamson

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (8)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 18 Feb 1847, next 20 Feb 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (11)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 18 Feb 1847, next 20 Feb 1847


20 Feb 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
18 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (8)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 19 Feb 1847, next 22 Feb 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Feb 1847)

BUT Tom Williams: Williamson

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (9)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 19 Feb 1847, next 22 Feb 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (12)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 19 Feb 1847, next 22 Feb 1847


22 Feb 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
22 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (9)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 20 Feb 1847, next 23 Feb 1847

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (10)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 20 Feb 1847, next 23 Feb 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (13)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 20 Feb 1847, next 23 Feb 1847


23 Feb 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
22 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (10)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 22 Feb 1847, next 24 Feb 1847

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (11)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 22 Feb 1847, next 24 Feb 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (14)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 22 Feb 1847, next 24 Feb 1847


24 Feb 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
22 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (11)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 23 Feb 1847, next 25 Feb 1847

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (12)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 23 Feb 1847, next 25 Feb 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (15)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 23 Feb 1847, next 25 Feb 1847


25 Feb 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
25 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (12)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 24 Feb 1847, next 26 Feb 1847

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (13)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 24 Feb 1847, next 26 Feb 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (16)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 24 Feb 1847, next 26 Feb 1847


26 Feb 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
25 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (13)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 25 Feb 1847, next 27 Feb 1847

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (14)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 25 Feb 1847, next 27 Feb 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (17)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 25 Feb 1847, next 27 Feb 1847


27 Feb 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
25 Feb 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (14)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 26 Feb 1847, next 1 Mar 1847

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (15)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 26 Feb 1847, next 1 Mar 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (18)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 26 Feb 1847, next 13 Mar 1847


1 Mar 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
1 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (15)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 27 Feb 1847, next 2 Mar 1847

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (16)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 27 Feb 1847, next 2 Mar 1847

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (10)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 31 Oct 1846, next 2 Mar 1847


2 Mar 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
1 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (16)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 1 Mar 1847, next 3 Mar 1847

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (17)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 1 Mar 1847, next 3 Mar 1847

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (11)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 1 Mar 1847, next 3 Mar 1847


3 Mar 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
1 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (17)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 2 Mar 1847, next 4 Mar 1847

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (18)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 2 Mar 1847, next 4 Mar 1847

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (12)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 2 Mar 1847, next 4 Mar 1847


4 Mar 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
4 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (18)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 3 Mar 1847, next 5 Mar 1847

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (19)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 3 Mar 1847, next 5 Mar 1847

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (13)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 3 Mar 1847, next 5 Mar 1847


5 Mar 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
4 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (19)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 4 Mar 1847, next 6 Mar 1847

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (20)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 4 Mar 1847, next 6 Mar 1847

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (14)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 4 Mar 1847, next 6 Mar 1847


6 Mar 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
4 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (20)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 5 Mar 1847, next 8 Mar 1847

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (21)

Performances first 21 Dec 1846, previous 5 Mar 1847

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (15)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 5 Mar 1847, next 11 Mar 1847


8 Mar 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
8 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (21)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 6 Mar 1847, next 9 Mar 1847

2) The Cabin Boy (10)

Performances first 14 Sep 1846, previous 19 Dec 1846, next 9 Mar 1847

Cast as reference cast (14 Sep 1846)

BUT judge: Thomas
attendant: William Mitchenson
OMITS sailors:
  Williamson
  Horton
  Morgan
slaves, attendants:
  Miss Jones
  Miss Ellen
  Miss Emsley
ADDS planters: Morgan
sailors:
  Stevens
  Steagle
  Holliday
slaves, attendants: Miss
  Adelaide


9 Mar 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
8 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (22)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 8 Mar 1847, next 10 Mar 1847

2) The Cabin Boy (11)

Performances first 14 Sep 1846, previous 8 Mar 1847, next 10 Mar 1847

Cast as reference cast (14 Sep 1846)

BUT judge: Thomas
attendant: William Mitchenson
OMITS sailors:
  Williamson
  Horton
  Morgan
slaves, attendants:
  Miss Jones
  Miss Ellen
  Miss Emsley
ADDS planters: Morgan
sailors:
  Stevens
  Steagle
  Holliday
slaves, attendants: Miss
  Adelaide


10 Mar 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
8 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (23)

Performances first 11 Feb 1847, previous 9 Mar 1847

2) The Cabin Boy (12)

Performances first 14 Sep 1846, previous 9 Mar 1847

Cast as reference cast (14 Sep 1846)

BUT judge: Thomas
attendant: William Mitchenson
OMITS sailors:
  Williamson
  Horton
  Morgan
slaves, attendants:
  Miss Jones
  Miss Ellen
  Miss Emsley
ADDS planters: Morgan
sailors:
  Stevens
  Steagle
  Holliday
slaves, attendants: Miss
  Adelaide


11 Mar 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
11 Mar 1847
bill
LTM

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [John B. Buckstone], COMP: Edward F. Fitzwilliam, Alfred Mellon Au Comm By the author of The Green Bushes (bill)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, next 12 Mar 1847

Genre (drama) new and original drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith; Alfred (his friend): Boyce; Leybourne: Worrell; Linton: Morgan; Mayfield: Aldridge; Cheap John (a travelling auctioneer): [Edward R.] Wright; Headborough: Freeborn; Beadle: Lindon; Gilbert (a gamekeeper): Waye; villagers: [William] Mitchenson, Stevens, Butler; Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding Lady Agnes' handmaids Abigail: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Winifred: Miss Taylor bridesmaids: Miss Fleming, Miss Simpson, Miss Johnson, Miss LeLacheur Gipsies--the Italian tribe Ishmael, or "The Wolf" (a zingaro): O. Smith; Pharos (his companion): Glennaire; zingari: Conran, Thompson, Jones, Miss Emsley, Miss Harrison, Miss Aldridge; Cynthia (a zingara, daughter of Ishmael): Mme. [Celine] Celeste Gipsies--the English tribe Lemuel (a Gipsy boy): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; The Kinchin (a Gipsy thief): Paul J. Bedford; The Nimmer: [John] Sanders; Reuben: Master Sydney; Hagar (an old Gipsy): Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Elspy: Miss Louise Starlight Bess (basketmaker, fortune-teller, and ballad-singer): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Gipsies: Thomas, Lindon, Hunt, Miss Woulds, Miss Adelaide, Mrs. Worrell, Miss Simpson, Miss LeLacheur, Miss Robins, Miss [Teresa] Stoker, Miss Ford, Miss Vernon

Cast Comment Miss Woolgar's 1st app since her severe indisposition (bill)

Reference Cast

Captain Hugh Lavrock:
   Christopher J. Smith

Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: Edward R. Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
   William Mitchenson
   Stevens
   Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
   Miss Fleming
   Miss Simpson
   Miss Johnson
   Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael, or "The Wolf": O.
   Smith

Pharos: Glennaire
zingari:
   Conran
   Thompson
   Jones
   Miss Emsley
   Miss Harrison
   Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. Celine Celeste
Lemuel: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar
The Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
The Nimmer: John Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Mrs. Edward
   Fitzwilliam

Gipsies:
   Thomas
   Lindon
   Hunt
   Miss Woulds
   Miss Adelaide
   Mrs. Worrell
   Miss Simpson
   Miss LeLacheur
   Miss Robins
   Miss Ford
   Miss Vernon

DIR: Mme. [Celine] Celeste

Gypsy trio: Paul J. Bedford, Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar, Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; ditties: "The Gypsy's Garland", Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam

(dIII,vii) a storm

I,i wood near the Cumberland Hills; I,ii boudoir of the Lady Agnes in Lavrock Hall; I,iii view near the lakes; I,iv a country church; II,i foot of the Skiddaw called Latrigg, or Skiddaw's Cub; II,ii sunrise--a lake scene; II,iii road to a country wake; II,iv the exterior of Lavrock Hall; II,v antique room in the hall overlooking the lakes; II,vi the forest; II,vii gypsy encampment by moonlight; III,i the tent of Bess in the chesnut grove; III,ii lobby of a courthouse; III,iii a roadside; III,iv the court lobby; III,v the market place; III,vi mountain pass; III,vii wild retreat in the mountains

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (16)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 6 Mar 1847, next 12 Mar 1847


12 Mar 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
11 Mar 1847
bill
LTM

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (2)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 11 Mar 1847, next 15 Mar 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (17)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 11 Mar 1847, next 13 Mar 1847


13 Mar 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
13 Mar 1847
bill
LTM

1) Paul pry (1)

AU: John Poole

Performances first 13 Mar 1847

Genre (comedy) comedy in three acts

First Night Cast

Frank Hardy: [George R.] Braid; Witherton: [Charles] Selby; Colonel Hardy: Lambert; Somers: Worrell; Stanley: Thomas; Harry Stanley: Boyce; Paul Pry: [Edward R.] Wright; Doubledot: [William] Cullenford; Simon: C[hristopher] J. Smith; servant: Lindon; Grasp: O. Smith; Eliza: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Marian A: Miss Emma Harding; Mrs. Subtle: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Phoebe: Miss Ellen Chaplin

Reference Cast

Frank Hardy: George R. Braid
Witherton: Charles Selby
Colonel Hardy: Lambert
Somers: Worrell
Stanley: Thomas
Harry Stanley: Boyce
Paul Pry: Edward R. Wright
Doubledot: William Cullenford
Simon: Christopher J. Smith
servant: Lindon
Grasp: O. Smith
Eliza: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Marian A: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Subtle: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Phoebe: Miss Ellen Chaplin

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (18)

Performances first 1 Oct 1846, previous 12 Mar 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (19)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 27 Feb 1847, next 4 May 1847


15 Mar 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
15 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (3)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 12 Mar 1847, next 16 Mar 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Wandering Minstrel (1)

AU: [Henry Mayhew]

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, next 16 Mar 1847

Genre (farce) laughable farce; 1 act, 5 scenes

First Night Cast

Mr. Crincum: [William] Cullenford; Tweedle: Waye; Jim Bags (the wandering minstrel): [Edward R.] Wright; Herbert Carol: [Henry] Stoker; Mrs. Crincum: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Julia: Miss Taylor; Peggy: Mrs. Frank Matthews

Reference Cast

Mr. Crincum: William Cullenford
Tweedle: Waye
Jim Bags: Edward R. Wright
Herbert Carol: Henry Stoker
Mrs. Crincum: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Julia: Miss Taylor
Peggy: Mrs. Frank Matthews

"I Love Thy Eyes of Blue", [Henry] Stoker; "Oh! Come to the Window", [Henry] Stoker

3) Shocking Events (1)

AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, next 16 Mar 1847

Genre (farce) farce; 1 act

First Night Cast

Griffinhoof: Lambert; Captain Spoff: Worrell; Puggs: [James H.] Munyard; Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding; Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin

Cast Comment Miss Ellen Chaplin's 1st app since her illness (bill)

Reference Cast

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: James H. Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin


16 Mar 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
15 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (4)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 15 Mar 1847, next 17 Mar 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Wandering Minstrel (2)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 15 Mar 1847, next 17 Mar 1847

3) Shocking Events (2)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 15 Mar 1847, next 17 Mar 1847


17 Mar 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
15 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (5)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 16 Mar 1847, next 18 Mar 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Wandering Minstrel (3)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 16 Mar 1847, next 18 Mar 1847

3) Shocking Events (3)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 16 Mar 1847, next 18 Mar 1847


18 Mar 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
18 Mar 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (6)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 17 Mar 1847, next 19 Mar 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Wandering Minstrel (4)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 17 Mar 1847, next 19 Mar 1847

3) Shocking Events (4)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 17 Mar 1847, next 19 Mar 1847


19 Mar 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
18 Mar 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (7)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 18 Mar 1847, next 20 Mar 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Wandering Minstrel (5)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 18 Mar 1847, next 20 Mar 1847

3) Shocking Events (5)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 18 Mar 1847, next 20 Mar 1847


20 Mar 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
18 Mar 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (8)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 19 Mar 1847, next 22 Mar 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Wandering Minstrel (6)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 19 Mar 1847, next 22 Mar 1847

3) Shocking Events (6)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 19 Mar 1847, next 22 Mar 1847


22 Mar 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
22 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (9)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 20 Mar 1847, next 23 Mar 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Wandering Minstrel (7)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 20 Mar 1847, next 23 Mar 1847

3) Shocking Events (7)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 20 Mar 1847, next 23 Mar 1847


23 Mar 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
22 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (10)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 22 Mar 1847, next 25 Mar 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Wandering Minstrel (8)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 22 Mar 1847

3) Shocking Events (8)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 22 Mar 1847, next 19 Apr 1847


24 Mar 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi

DARK: General Fast


25 Mar 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
25 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

Special Performance Benefit: [Edward R.] Wright

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (11)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 23 Mar 1847, next 26 Mar 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Mother and Child Are Doing Well (1)

AU: [John M. Morton] Au Comm by author of Young England, The Corporal's Wedding (bill)

Performances first 25 Mar 1847, next 26 Mar 1847

Genre (farce) popular farce; 1 act

First Night Cast

Mr. Snugsby (a planter): Lambert; Lieutenant O'Scupper, R.N. (his nephew): Paul J. Bedford; Maxwell: Worrell; Mungo: Lindon; Dinaha (a Negress): Thomas; Mr. Felix Fluffy: [Edward R.] Wright; Miss Penelope Snugsby: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Emily (ward to Snugsby): Miss E[mma] Harding

Reference Cast

Mr. Snugsby: Lambert
Lieutenant O'Scupper, R.N.: Paul
   J. Bedford

Maxwell: Worrell
Mungo: Lindon
Dinaha: Thomas
Mr. Felix Fluffy: Edward R.
   Wright

Miss Penelope Snugsby: Mrs.
   Edmund Laws

Emily: Miss Emma Harding

1. a pavilion and plantation in Jamaica

3) The Mummy (1)

AU: [William B. Bernard]

Performances first 25 Mar 1847, next 26 Mar 1847

Genre (farce) laughable farce

First Night Cast

Mr. Mandragon: Lambert; Captain Canter: Worrell; Toby Tramp, afterwards "the Mummy": [Edward R.] Wright; old tramp: Waye; Larry Bathershin: Redmond Ryan; Theophilus Pole: [William] Cullenford; Fanny Mandragon: Miss Emma Harding; Susan: Mrs. Frank Matthews

Reference Cast

Mr. Mandragon: Lambert
Captain Canter: Worrell
Toby Tramp, afterwards "the
   Mummy": Edward R. Wright
old tramp: Waye
Larry Bathershin: Redmond Ryan
Theophilus Pole: William
   Cullenford

Fanny Mandragon: Miss Emma
   Harding

Susan: Mrs. Frank Matthews


26 Mar 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
26 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (12)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 25 Mar 1847, next 27 Mar 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Mother and Child Are Doing Well (2)

Performances first 25 Mar 1847, previous 25 Mar 1847, next 27 Mar 1847

3) The Mummy (2)

Performances first 25 Mar 1847, previous 25 Mar 1847, next 27 Mar 1847


27 Mar 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
26 Mar 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (13)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 26 Mar 1847, next 5 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Mother and Child Are Doing Well (3)

Performances first 25 Mar 1847, previous 26 Mar 1847

3) The Mummy (3)

Performances first 25 Mar 1847, previous 26 Mar 1847


2 Apr 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi

DARK: Good Friday


5 Apr 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
5 Apr 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (14)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 27 Mar 1847, next 6 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (91)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 16 Feb 1847, next 6 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


6 Apr 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
5 Apr 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (15)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 5 Apr 1847, next 7 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (92)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 5 Apr 1847, next 7 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


7 Apr 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
5 Apr 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (16)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 6 Apr 1847, next 8 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (93)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 6 Apr 1847, next 8 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


8 Apr 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
8 Apr 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (17)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 7 Apr 1847, next 9 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (94)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 7 Apr 1847, next 9 Apr 1847


9 Apr 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
8 Apr 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (18)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 8 Apr 1847, next 10 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (95)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 8 Apr 1847, next 10 Apr 1847


10 Apr 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
8 Apr 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (19)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 9 Apr 1847, next 12 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (11 Mar 1847)

ADDS Gipsies: Miss Teresa
  Stoker

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (96)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 9 Apr 1847, next 12 Apr 1847


12 Apr 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
12 Apr 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (20)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 10 Apr 1847, next 13 Apr 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (97)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 10 Apr 1847, next 13 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


13 Apr 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
12 Apr 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (21)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 12 Apr 1847, next 14 Apr 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (98)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 12 Apr 1847, next 14 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


14 Apr 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
12 Apr 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (22)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 13 Apr 1847, next 15 Apr 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (99)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 13 Apr 1847, next 15 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


15 Apr 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
15 Apr 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (23)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 14 Apr 1847, next 16 Apr 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (100)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 14 Apr 1847, next 16 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


16 Apr 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
15 Apr 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (24)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 15 Apr 1847, next 17 Apr 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (101)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 15 Apr 1847, next 17 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


17 Apr 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
15 Apr 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (25)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 16 Apr 1847, next 19 Apr 1847

2) The Phantom Dancers; or, The Wili's Bride (102)

Performances first 2 Nov 1846, previous 16 Apr 1847

Cast as reference cast (2 Nov 1846)

BUT Count Whirligig: James H.
  Munyard

Shortgemo: Redmond Ryan


19 Apr 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
19 Apr 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (26)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 17 Apr 1847, next 20 Apr 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, next 20 Apr 1847

Genre (farce) entirely new opera buffa a-propos sketch

First Night Cast

Old Spiggot (landlord of the hotel, Dover): [William] Cullenford; Bob Spiggot (his stage-stricken son): [Edward R.] Wright; Honeyfun (manager of Brick Lane Theatre): Lambert; Glum (manager of an upperer house): C[hristopher] J. Smith; Signor Quantacosta (manager of Hatton Garden): [Charles] Selby; Signor Relache (a base character): Paul J. Bedford; Mary: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Jenny Lind: [Unlisted]

Cast Comment A solid bar of black type is entered opposite role

Reference Cast

Old Spiggot: William Cullenford
Bob Spiggot: Edward R. Wright
Honeyfun: Lambert
Glum: Christopher J. Smith
Signor Quantacosta: Charles
   Selby
Signor Relache: Paul J. Bedford
Mary: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar
Jenny Lind: Unlisted

1. Wright's Hotel, Dover

3) Shocking Events (9)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 23 Mar 1847, next 20 Apr 1847


20 Apr 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
19 Apr 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (27)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 19 Apr 1847, next 21 Apr 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (2)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 19 Apr 1847, next 21 Apr 1847

3) Shocking Events (10)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 19 Apr 1847, next 21 Apr 1847


21 Apr 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
19 Apr 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (28)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 20 Apr 1847, next 22 Apr 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (3)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 20 Apr 1847, next 22 Apr 1847

3) Shocking Events (11)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 20 Apr 1847, next 22 Apr 1847


22 Apr 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
19 Apr 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (29)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 21 Apr 1847, next 23 Apr 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (4)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 21 Apr 1847, next 23 Apr 1847

3) Shocking Events (12)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 21 Apr 1847, next 23 Apr 1847


23 Apr 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
19 Apr 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (30)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 22 Apr 1847, next 24 Apr 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (5)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 22 Apr 1847, next 24 Apr 1847

3) Shocking Events (13)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 22 Apr 1847, next 24 Apr 1847


24 Apr 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
19 Apr 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (31)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 23 Apr 1847, next 26 Apr 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (6)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 23 Apr 1847, next 26 Apr 1847

3) Shocking Events (14)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 23 Apr 1847, next 26 Apr 1847


26 Apr 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
26 Apr 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (32)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 24 Apr 1847, next 27 Apr 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (7)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 24 Apr 1847, next 27 Apr 1847

3) Shocking Events (15)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 24 Apr 1847, next 27 Apr 1847


27 Apr 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
26 Apr 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (33)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 26 Apr 1847, next 28 Apr 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (8)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 26 Apr 1847, next 28 Apr 1847

3) Shocking Events (16)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 26 Apr 1847, next 28 Apr 1847


28 Apr 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
26 Apr 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (34)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 27 Apr 1847, next 29 Apr 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (9)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 27 Apr 1847, next 29 Apr 1847

3) Shocking Events (17)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 27 Apr 1847, next 29 Apr 1847


29 Apr 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
29 Apr 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (35)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 28 Apr 1847, next 30 Apr 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (10)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 28 Apr 1847, next 30 Apr 1847

3) Shocking Events (18)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 28 Apr 1847, next 30 Apr 1847


30 Apr 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
29 Apr 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (36)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 29 Apr 1847, next 1 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (11)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 29 Apr 1847, next 1 May 1847

3) Shocking Events (19)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 29 Apr 1847, next 1 May 1847


1 May 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
29 Apr 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (37)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 30 Apr 1847, next 3 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (12)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 30 Apr 1847, next 3 May 1847

3) Shocking Events (20)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 30 Apr 1847, next 13 May 1847


3 May 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
3 May 1847
bill
HTC

Special Performance Benefit: Miss Woolgar

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (38)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 1 May 1847, next 4 May 1847

2) The Pretty Girls of Stilberg (1)

AU: [Benjamin N.] Webster

Performances first 3 May 1847

Genre (burletta) popular burletta

First Night Cast

Ernest: [Benjamin N.] Webster; Bob: Lambert; Popplewig: [James H.] Munyard; Jules: Boyce; Alfred: Worrell; Paul: [Henry] Stoker; Margot: Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Christina: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Cast Comment "Webster plays his original role in which he will give his celebrated personation of the Emperor Napoleon" (bill); Mme. Celeste plays her original role

Reference Cast

Ernest: Benjamin N. Webster
Bob: Lambert
Popplewig: James H. Munyard
Jules: Boyce
Alfred: Worrell
Paul: Henry Stoker
Margot: Mme. Celine Celeste
Christina: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar


imitation of Emperor Napoleon: [Benjamin N.] Webster

review of the female warriors, Commander in Chief, Mme. [Celine] Celeste

1. a baronial chateau in Bavaria

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (13)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 1 May 1847, next 4 May 1847


4 May 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
4 May 1847
adv
Times

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (39)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 3 May 1847, next 5 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (14)

Title Comment "other entertainments, particulars of which will be announced in the bills of the day" (adv) Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 3 May 1847, next 5 May 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (20)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 13 Mar 1847, next 5 May 1847


5 May 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
5 May 1847
adv
Times

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (40)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 4 May 1847, next 6 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (15)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 4 May 1847, next 6 May 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (21)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 4 May 1847, next 6 May 1847


6 May 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
6 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (41)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 5 May 1847, next 7 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (16)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 5 May 1847, next 7 May 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (22)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 5 May 1847, next 7 May 1847


7 May 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
6 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (42)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 6 May 1847, next 8 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (17)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 6 May 1847, next 8 May 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (23)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 6 May 1847, next 8 May 1847


8 May 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
6 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (43)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 7 May 1847, next 10 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (18)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 7 May 1847, next 10 May 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (24)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 7 May 1847, next 11 May 1847


10 May 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
10 May 1847
bill
HTC

Source Comment variant Folger bill reverses order of 2d & 3d pcs Special Performance Benefit: Mrs. Frederick H. Yates

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (44)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 8 May 1847, next 11 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (19)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 8 May 1847, next 11 May 1847

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

AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 10 May 1847

Genre (drama) domestic and highly popular drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Alexandre (roue, aged thirty-five--horse dealer, aged forty--escaped convict, aged sixty): [James] Hudson; Michael (journeyman upholsterer, aged twenty-one--foreman to an upholsterer, aged twenty-six--national guard captain, aged forty-six): Boyce; Victorine (embroideress, aged nineteen--Madame St. Victor, aged twenty-four, lodging house keeper, aged forty-four): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Elise (semptress, aged twenty--Mme. le Baronne Elise, aged twenty-five, vendor of oranges, aged forty-five): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Justine (femme de chambre to Mme. St. Victor): Miss Ellen Chaplin; Mr. Bonassus (jeweller, aged thirty-five--widower, aged fifty-five): Paul J. Bedford; Blaise (Bonassus' man, aged twenty--Bonassus' valet, aged forty): [Edward R.] Wright; Macaire (friend of Mons. de St. Alexandre): Worrell; Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Cisar Chanteloupe (Alexandre's companion): O. Smith; Bernard (silversmith): Waye; Sophie: Miss Brooks

Cast Comment Cast entered in a more convenient form than that on the bill; Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates in her original role (bill); Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam in her original role (bill); O. Smith in his original role (bill)

Reference Cast

Alexandre: James Hudson
Michael: Boyce
Victorine: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Elise: Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam
Justine: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Mr. Bonassus: Paul J. Bedford
Blaise: Edward R. Wright
Macaire: Worrell
Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Cisar Chanteloupe: O. Smith
Bernard: Waye
Sophie: Miss Brooks

I,i mansarde of Victorine in the Rue St. Honore; II,i splendid apartments in the palace of the Duke de [blank]; II,ii apartments in the house of Mr. Bonassus; III,i room in a ci-devant gambling house; III,ii Notre Dame at night; III,iii Rue du Temple


11 May 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
11 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (45)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 10 May 1847, next 12 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (20)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 10 May 1847, next 13 May 1847

3) A Nabob for an Hour (25)

Performances first 7 Sep 1846, previous 8 May 1847


12 May 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
12 May 1847
bill
HTC

Source Comment A harvard bill gives a complete cast for Married Life; most bills only three role-actor pairs. Some bills do not give a third piece Special Performance Benefit: Mrs. Fitzwilliam

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (46)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 11 May 1847, next 13 May 1847

2) Married Life (1)

Title Comment 1st and only time here AU: [John B.] Buckstone

Performances first 12 May 1847

Genre (comedy) Hay-market comedy; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Mr. Samuel Coddle: Lambert; Mr. Lionel Lynx: Boyce; Mr. Henry Dove: [John B.] Buckstone; Mr. Frederick Younghusband: [Charles] Selby; Mr. George Dismal: O. Smith; Mrs. Samuel Coddle: Mrs. F[rank] Matthews; Mrs. Lionel Lynx: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Mrs. Henry Dove: Mrs. W[illiam] Clifford; Mrs. Frederick Youngshusband: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Mrs. George Dismal: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws

Cast Comment "Mr. Buckstone plays his original role this night only" (bill); Mrs. W. Clifford plays her original role this nt. only (bill)

Reference Cast

Mr. Samuel Coddle: Lambert
Mr. Lionel Lynx: Boyce
Mr. Henry Dove: John B.
   Buckstone

Mr. Frederick Younghusband:
   Charles Selby

Mr. George Dismal: O. Smith
Mrs. Samuel Coddle: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews

Mrs. Lionel Lynx: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

Mrs. Henry Dove: Mrs. William
   Clifford

Mrs. Frederick Youngshusband:
   Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam

Mrs. George Dismal: Mrs. Edmund
   Laws


3) The Devil to Pay (1)

Title Comment Published with subtitle--"The Wives Metamorphosed." AU: [Charles Coffey]

Performances first 12 May 1847

Genre (musical farce) old English farce; 2 acts, 8 scenes

First Night Cast

Sir John Loverule: [Henry] Stoker; Butler: C[hristopher] J. Smith; Magician: [William] Cullenford; Jobson (a psalm-singing cobbler): [John B.] Buckstone; Fiddler: Lindon; Lady Loverule: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Lucy: Miss Taylor; Lettice: Miss M[arian] A. Taylor; Nell: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; coachmen, footmen, grooms, maids: [Unlisted]

Cast Comment Miss M[arian A.] Taylor apears on bill as M. A. Taylor

Reference Cast

Sir John Loverule: Henry Stoker
Butler: Christopher J. Smith
Magician: William Cullenford
Jobson: John B. Buckstone
Fiddler: Lindon
Lady Loverule: Miss Ellen
   Chaplin
Lucy: Miss Taylor
Lettice: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Nell: Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam
coachmen, footmen, grooms,
   maids: Unlisted

chorus: "Jolly Bacchus, God of Wine"; "Old Towler", [Henry] Stoker; "Tho' Late I Was a Cobbler's Wife", Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam

"Sir Roger De Coverley"; -characters


13 May 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
13 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (47)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 12 May 1847, next 14 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (21)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 11 May 1847, next 14 May 1847

3) Shocking Events (21)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 1 May 1847, next 15 May 1847


14 May 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
14 May 1847
bill
HTC

Special Performance Benefit: Paul J. Bedford

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (48)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 13 May 1847, next 15 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (22)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 13 May 1847, next 15 May 1847

3) Jack Sheppard (1)

AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 14 May 1847

Genre (drama) celebrated drama; one scene only

First Night Cast

Jack Sheppard: Miss Marian A. Taylor; Captain Kneebone: [William] Cullenford; Owen Wood: Lambert; Blueskin: Paul J. Bedford; Mrs. Wood: Miss Brooks

Cast Comment variant Folger bill for same date reverses roles of Lambert and [William] Cullenford and shows Mrs Wood played by Mrs. Laws

Reference Cast

Jack Sheppard: Miss Marian A.
   Taylor

Captain Kneebone: William
   Cullenford

Owen Wood: Lambert
Blueskin: Paul J. Bedford
Mrs. Wood: Miss Brooks

"Nix My Dolly, Pals, Fake Away", Paul J. Bedford; "Jolly Nose", Paul J. Bedford

General Non-Title Information

new characteristic overture: -full band; celebrated railroad overture: -band

chorus: -American Serenaders; barcarole: "The Jolly Skiffsman", Woski; "Who's Dat Knocking at de Door", Jumba; "De Phantom Dancers", Yarico; "Lucy Long", Woski; chorus: "Buffalo Girls"; -company the "Female American Serenaders" of the St. James' Assembly Rooms for this night only


15 May 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
15 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (49)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 14 May 1847, next 17 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (23)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 14 May 1847, next 17 May 1847

3) Shocking Events (22)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 13 May 1847, next 17 May 1847


17 May 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
17 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (50)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 15 May 1847, next 18 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (24)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 15 May 1847, next 18 May 1847

3) Shocking Events (23)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 15 May 1847, next 18 May 1847


18 May 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
17 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (51)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 17 May 1847, next 19 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (25)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 17 May 1847, next 19 May 1847

3) Shocking Events (24)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 17 May 1847, next 19 May 1847


19 May 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
17 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (52)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 18 May 1847, next 20 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (26)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 18 May 1847, next 20 May 1847

3) Shocking Events (25)

Performances first 15 Mar 1847, previous 18 May 1847


20 May 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
20 May 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (53)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 19 May 1847, next 21 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (27)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 19 May 1847, next 21 May 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (1)

Title Comment 1st time here AU: John M. Morton Au Comm Author of Brother Ben (bill)

Performances first 20 May 1847, next 21 May 1847

Genre (farce) laughable farce; 1 act

First Night Cast

Mr. Dulcimer Pipes (Mus. Bac. and organist): Lambert; Major Minus: [Charles] Selby; Spigot (landlord of the Yorkshire Grey): [William] Cullenford; Joseph (head waiter at the Yorkshire Grey): Worrell; Mrs. Deputy Lomax: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Nancy Spigot: Miss Ellen Chaplin

Reference Cast

Mr. Dulcimer Pipes: Lambert
Major Minus: Charles Selby
Spigot: William Cullenford
Joseph: Worrell
Mrs. Deputy Lomax: Mrs. Edmund
   Laws

Nancy Spigot: Miss Ellen
   Chaplin


21 May 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
20 May 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (54)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 20 May 1847, next 22 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (28)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 20 May 1847, next 22 May 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (2)

Performances first 20 May 1847, previous 20 May 1847, next 22 May 1847


22 May 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
20 May 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (55)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 21 May 1847, next 24 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (29)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 21 May 1847, next 24 May 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (3)

Performances first 20 May 1847, previous 21 May 1847, next 24 May 1847


24 May 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
24 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (56)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 22 May 1847, next 25 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (30)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 22 May 1847, next 25 May 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (4)

Performances first 20 May 1847, previous 22 May 1847, next 25 May 1847


25 May 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
24 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (57)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 24 May 1847, next 26 May 1847

2) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (31)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 24 May 1847, next 26 May 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (5)

Performances first 20 May 1847, previous 24 May 1847, next 19 Aug 1847


26 May 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
26 May 1847
bill
HTC

Special Performance Benefit: Mme. Celeste

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (58)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 25 May 1847, next 27 May 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Cofe]

Performances first 26 May 1847, next 27 May 1847

Genre (comedy) entirely new petite comedy; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Captain Sans-Souci: [Benjamin N.] Webster; Duke de Sombreuse (Governor of Verdun): Lambert; Count de Belville: Boyce; Colonel Amadou (Commander of the Garrison): [Charles] Selby; Margaret (Duchess de Sombreuse): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Helene de Montereau: Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Justine (waiting maid to the Duchess): Miss Ellen Chaplin; Madame Thibaut (hostess of "The White Horse"): Mrs. [Edmund] Laws

Reference Cast

Captain Sans-Souci: Benjamin N.
   Webster

Duke de Sombreuse: Lambert
Count de Belville: Boyce
Colonel Amadou: Charles Selby
Margaret: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar
Helene de Montereau: Mme. Celine
   Celeste

Justine: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Madame Thibaut: Mrs. Edmund
   Laws


I,i exterior and gardens of "the White Horse" at Verdun (Pitt); II,i grand saloon in the palace of the Governor of Verdun (Johnstone)

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (32)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 25 May 1847, next 27 May 1847


27 May 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
27 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (59)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 26 May 1847, next 28 May 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (2)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 26 May 1847, next 28 May 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (33)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 26 May 1847, next 28 May 1847


28 May 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
27 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (60)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 27 May 1847, next 29 May 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (3)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 27 May 1847, next 29 May 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (34)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 27 May 1847, next 29 May 1847


29 May 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
27 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (61)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 28 May 1847, next 31 May 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (4)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 28 May 1847, next 31 May 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (35)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 28 May 1847, next 1 Jun 1847


31 May 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
31 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (62)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 29 May 1847, next 1 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (5)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 29 May 1847, next 1 Jun 1847

3) The King's Gardener; or, Nipped in the Bud (1)

AU: Charles Selby

Performances first 31 May 1847

Genre (farce) laughable farce

First Night Cast

Ferdinand Benserade (a poet): Boyce; Chevalier de Bussy: Worrell; Flicflac: Lindon; Galochard (King's gardener): [James H.] Munyard; Madame Galochard (gardener's wife): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Louise de la Valliere: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor servants to Madame Galochard Suzette: Mrs. Emsley; Nanette: Miss Taylor

Reference Cast

Ferdinand Benserade: Boyce
Chevalier de Bussy: Worrell
Flicflac: Lindon
Galochard: James H. Munyard
Madame Galochard: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar
Louise de la Valliere: Miss
   Marian A. Taylor

Suzette: Mrs. Emsley
Nanette: Miss Taylor

"The Horticultural Wife", [James H.] Munyard


1 Jun 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
31 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (63)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 31 May 1847, next 2 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (6)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 31 May 1847, next 2 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (36)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 29 May 1847, next 2 Jun 1847


2 Jun 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
31 May 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (64)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 1 Jun 1847, next 3 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (7)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 1 Jun 1847, next 3 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (37)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 1 Jun 1847, next 3 Jun 1847


3 Jun 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
3 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (65)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 2 Jun 1847, next 4 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (8)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 2 Jun 1847, next 4 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (38)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 2 Jun 1847, next 4 Jun 1847


4 Jun 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
3 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (66)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 3 Jun 1847, next 5 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (9)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 3 Jun 1847, next 5 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (39)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 3 Jun 1847, next 5 Jun 1847


5 Jun 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
3 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (67)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 4 Jun 1847, next 7 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (10)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 4 Jun 1847, next 7 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (40)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 4 Jun 1847, next 7 Jun 1847


7 Jun 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
7 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (68)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 5 Jun 1847, next 8 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (11)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 5 Jun 1847, next 8 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (41)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 5 Jun 1847, next 8 Jun 1847


8 Jun 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
7 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (69)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 7 Jun 1847, next 9 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (12)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 7 Jun 1847, next 9 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (42)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 7 Jun 1847, next 9 Jun 1847


9 Jun 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
7 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (70)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 8 Jun 1847, next 10 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (13)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 8 Jun 1847, next 10 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (43)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 8 Jun 1847, next 10 Jun 1847


10 Jun 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
10 Jun 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (71)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 9 Jun 1847, next 11 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (14)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 9 Jun 1847, next 11 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (44)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 9 Jun 1847, next 11 Jun 1847


11 Jun 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
10 Jun 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (72)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 10 Jun 1847, next 12 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (15)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 10 Jun 1847, next 12 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (45)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 10 Jun 1847, next 12 Jun 1847


12 Jun 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
10 Jun 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (73)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 11 Jun 1847, next 14 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (16)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 11 Jun 1847, next 14 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (46)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 11 Jun 1847, next 14 Jun 1847


14 Jun 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
14 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (74)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 12 Jun 1847, next 15 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (17)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 12 Jun 1847, next 15 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (47)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 12 Jun 1847, next 15 Jun 1847


15 Jun 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
14 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (75)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 14 Jun 1847, next 16 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (18)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 14 Jun 1847, next 16 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (48)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 14 Jun 1847, next 16 Jun 1847


16 Jun 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
14 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (76)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 15 Jun 1847, next 17 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (19)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 15 Jun 1847, next 17 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (49)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 15 Jun 1847, next 17 Jun 1847


17 Jun 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
17 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (77)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 16 Jun 1847, next 18 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (20)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 16 Jun 1847, next 18 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (50)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 16 Jun 1847, next 18 Jun 1847


18 Jun 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
17 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (78)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 17 Jun 1847, next 19 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (21)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 17 Jun 1847, next 19 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (51)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 17 Jun 1847, next 19 Jun 1847


19 Jun 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
17 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (79)

Performances first 11 Mar 1847, previous 18 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (22)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 18 Jun 1847, next 21 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (52)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 18 Jun 1847, next 21 Jun 1847


21 Jun 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
21 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Richard B. Peake] Au Comm Author of The Sheriff of the County and The Climbing Boy

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, next 22 Jun 1847

Genre (comedy) new and original comedy; 3 acts

First Night Cast

partners in a West India firm Mr. Polydore Fustic: Lambert; Mr. Phillip Fustic: Boyce; Mr. Morant: [William] Cullenford Humphrey Haywhisp (a cab driver): O. Smith; Peter Hush (his friend): [Edward R.] Wright; Turfy Goodwood (a sporting character): Paul J. Bedford sons of Polydore Fustic Julius: Worrell; Montague: [Henry] Stoker Froth (Fustic's servant): [James H.] Munyard; Robert (Morant's servant): Waye; Hardware (Haywhisp's landlord): [John] Sanders; butler: Morgan; Benjamins: C[hristopher] J. Smith; Johnny: Master Woodward; stable lad: Master Sydney; appraiser: Thomas; Mrs. Evergay (a widow): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates Mrs. Evergay's nieces Matilda: Miss Emma Harding; Rose: Miss Ellen Chaplin Sally Haywhisp: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Mrs. Owlet (her mother): Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; maid: Miss Brooks

Reference Cast

Mr. Polydore Fustic: Lambert
Mr. Phillip Fustic: Boyce
Mr. Morant: William Cullenford
Humphrey Haywhisp: O. Smith
Peter Hush: Edward R. Wright
Turfy Goodwood: Paul J. Bedford
Julius: Worrell
Montague: Henry Stoker
Froth: James H. Munyard
Robert: Waye
Hardware: John Sanders
butler: Morgan
Benjamins: Christopher J. Smith
Johnny: Master Woodward
stable lad: Master Sydney
appraiser: Thomas
Mrs. Evergay: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Matilda: Miss Emma Harding
Rose: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Sally Haywhisp: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

Mrs. Owlet: Mrs. Edmund Laws
maid: Miss Brooks

I London; II [a year later] II Glastonbury; III Glastonbury

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (23)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 19 Jun 1847, next 22 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (53)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 19 Jun 1847, next 22 Jun 1847

General Non-Title Information

Magyar Mulatsag, or, Hungarian Fete; quartet: "Czardaska", Weis, Zorer, Schwarz, Grunzwag; quartet: "Lienar", Weis, Zorer, Schwarz, Grunzwag instrumental vocalists: Weis, Zorer, Schwarz, Grunzwag imitate; with their lips sounds of violincello, cornet a piston, hautboy, horn

Hungarian national dance: "Magyar Hattos", Mlle. Terka Papp, Mlle. Emma Hilley, Mlle. Louiza Kovacs; dance (National extravaganza): "The Magyareska", Mlle. Terka Papp, Samu Toth


22 Jun 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
21 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (2)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 21 Jun 1847, next 23 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (24)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 21 Jun 1847, next 23 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (54)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 21 Jun 1847, next 23 Jun 1847


23 Jun 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
21 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (3)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 22 Jun 1847, next 24 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (25)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 22 Jun 1847, next 24 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (55)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 22 Jun 1847, next 24 Jun 1847


24 Jun 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
24 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (4)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 23 Jun 1847, next 25 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (26)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 23 Jun 1847, next 25 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (56)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 23 Jun 1847, next 25 Jun 1847


25 Jun 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
24 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (5)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 24 Jun 1847, next 26 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (27)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 24 Jun 1847, next 26 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (57)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 24 Jun 1847, next 26 Jun 1847


26 Jun 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
24 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (6)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 25 Jun 1847, next 28 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (28)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 25 Jun 1847, next 28 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (58)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 25 Jun 1847, next 28 Jun 1847


28 Jun 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
28 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (7)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 26 Jun 1847, next 29 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (29)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 26 Jun 1847, next 29 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (59)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 26 Jun 1847, next 29 Jun 1847


29 Jun 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
28 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (8)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 28 Jun 1847, next 30 Jun 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (30)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 28 Jun 1847, next 30 Jun 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (60)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 28 Jun 1847, next 30 Jun 1847


30 Jun 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
28 Jun 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (9)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 29 Jun 1847, next 1 Jul 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (31)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 29 Jun 1847, next 1 Jul 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (61)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 29 Jun 1847, next 1 Jul 1847


1 Jul 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
1 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (10)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 30 Jun 1847, next 2 Jul 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (32)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 30 Jun 1847, next 2 Jul 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (62)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 30 Jun 1847, next 2 Jul 1847


2 Jul 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
1 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (11)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 1 Jul 1847, next 3 Jul 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (33)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 1 Jul 1847, next 3 Jul 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (63)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 1 Jul 1847, next 3 Jul 1847


3 Jul 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
1 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (12)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 2 Jul 1847, next 5 Jul 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (34)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 2 Jul 1847, next 5 Jul 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (64)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 2 Jul 1847, next 5 Jul 1847


5 Jul 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
5 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (13)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 3 Jul 1847, next 6 Jul 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (35)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 3 Jul 1847, next 6 Jul 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (65)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 3 Jul 1847, next 6 Jul 1847


6 Jul 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
5 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (14)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 5 Jul 1847, next 7 Jul 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (36)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 5 Jul 1847, next 7 Jul 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (66)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 5 Jul 1847, next 7 Jul 1847


7 Jul 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
5 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (15)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 6 Jul 1847, next 8 Jul 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (37)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 6 Jul 1847, next 8 Jul 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (67)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 6 Jul 1847, next 8 Jul 1847


8 Jul 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
8 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (16)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 7 Jul 1847, next 9 Jul 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (38)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 7 Jul 1847, next 9 Jul 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (68)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 7 Jul 1847, next 9 Jul 1847


9 Jul 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
8 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (17)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 8 Jul 1847, next 10 Jul 1847

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (39)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 8 Jul 1847, next 12 Jul 1847

3) Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star (69)

Performances first 19 Apr 1847, previous 8 Jul 1847


10 Jul 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
8 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (18)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 9 Jul 1847, next 12 Jul 1847

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (16)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 12 Dec 1846, next 17 Jul 1847

General Non-Title Information

last night of Hungarian dancers and vocalists


12 Jul 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
12 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (19)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 10 Jul 1847, next 13 Jul 1847

2) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: Charles Selby

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, next 13 Jul 1847

Genre (farce) terpsichorean burletta; 1 act

First Night Cast

Mr. Fitzcaper, alias Mr. Montague Tilbury (an elderly Adonis): [Charles] Selby; Mr. Pimlico Pippins (a young gentleman from the City): [James H.] Munyard; Fergus O'Rollick (a fancy sketch): Redmond Ryan; Mr. Suckling Sippet (a slow coach): Worrell; Mr. Frederick Brown (a pedestrian gentleman): Boyce; master of the ceremonies: [William] Mitchenson; Mrs. Fitzcaper (wife of elderly Adonis): Mrs. Frank Matthews; Miss Snipper (a first-hand milliner): Miss Emma Harding; Miss Dimple (an apprentice): Miss Ellen Chaplin

Reference Cast

Mr. Fitzcaper, alias Mr. Montague
   Tilbury: Charles Selby
Mr. Pimlico Pippins: James H.
   Munyard

Fergus O'Rollick: Redmond Ryan
Mr. Suckling Sippet: Worrell
Mr. Frederick Brown: Boyce
master of the ceremonies:
   William Mitchenson

Mrs. Fitzcaper: Miss Emma
   Harding

Miss Snipper: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews

Miss Dimple: Miss Ellen Chaplin

bal d'ete a la Chaumierevalentinomobillechateaux rougecremornevauxhall

3) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (40)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 9 Jul 1847, next 13 Jul 1847


13 Jul 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
12 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (20)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 12 Jul 1847, next 14 Jul 1847

2) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (2)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 12 Jul 1847, next 14 Jul 1847

Cast as reference cast (12 Jul 1847)

BUT Mrs. Fitzcaper: Mrs. Frank
  Matthews

Miss Snipper: Miss Emma Harding

3) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (41)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 12 Jul 1847, next 14 Jul 1847


14 Jul 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
12 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (21)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 13 Jul 1847, next 15 Jul 1847

2) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (3)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 13 Jul 1847, next 15 Jul 1847

Cast as reference cast (12 Jul 1847)

BUT Mrs. Fitzcaper: Mrs. Frank
  Matthews

Miss Snipper: Miss Emma Harding

3) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (42)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 13 Jul 1847, next 15 Jul 1847


15 Jul 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
15 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (22)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 14 Jul 1847, next 16 Jul 1847

2) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (4)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 14 Jul 1847, next 16 Jul 1847

Cast as reference cast (12 Jul 1847)

BUT Mrs. Fitzcaper: Mrs. Frank
  Matthews

Miss Snipper: Miss Emma Harding

3) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (43)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 14 Jul 1847, next 16 Jul 1847


16 Jul 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
15 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (23)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 15 Jul 1847, next 17 Jul 1847

2) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (5)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 15 Jul 1847, next 17 Jul 1847

Cast as reference cast (12 Jul 1847)

BUT Mrs. Fitzcaper: Mrs. Frank
  Matthews

Miss Snipper: Miss Emma Harding

3) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (44)

Performances first 26 May 1847, previous 15 Jul 1847


17 Jul 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
15 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (24)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 16 Jul 1847, next 19 Jul 1847

2) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (6)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 16 Jul 1847, next 19 Jul 1847

Cast as reference cast (12 Jul 1847)

BUT Mrs. Fitzcaper: Mrs. Frank
  Matthews

Miss Snipper: Miss Emma Harding

3) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (17)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 10 Jul 1847, next 19 Jul 1847


19 Jul 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
19 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (25)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 17 Jul 1847, next 20 Jul 1847

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (18)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 17 Jul 1847, next 20 Jul 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (7)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 17 Jul 1847, next 20 Jul 1847


20 Jul 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
19 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (26)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 19 Jul 1847, next 21 Jul 1847

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (19)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 19 Jul 1847, next 21 Jul 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (8)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 19 Jul 1847, next 21 Jul 1847


21 Jul 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
19 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (27)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 20 Jul 1847, next 22 Jul 1847

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (20)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 20 Jul 1847, next 22 Jul 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (9)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 20 Jul 1847, next 22 Jul 1847


22 Jul 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
22 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (28)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 21 Jul 1847, next 23 Jul 1847

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (21)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 21 Jul 1847, next 23 Jul 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (10)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 21 Jul 1847, next 23 Jul 1847


23 Jul 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
22 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (29)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 22 Jul 1847, next 24 Jul 1847

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (22)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 22 Jul 1847, next 24 Jul 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (11)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 22 Jul 1847, next 24 Jul 1847


24 Jul 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
22 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (30)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 23 Jul 1847, next 26 Jul 1847

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (23)

Performances first 23 Nov 1846, previous 23 Jul 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (12)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 23 Jul 1847, next 26 Jul 1847


26 Jul 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
26 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (31)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 24 Jul 1847, next 27 Jul 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: Joseph S. Coyne Au Comm Author of Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (bill)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, next 27 Jul 1847

Genre (farce) new and original farce

First Night Cast

Whittington Widgetts (a West-end tailor): [Edward R.] Wright; Jacob Brown (a hair-dresser at the Opera): [James H.] Munyard; Barney Twill (Widgetts' page and light porter): Redmond Ryan; postman: Lindon; waiter: [William] Mitchenson; Mary White (a young laundress): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce (an opera dancer): Miss Emma Harding

Reference Cast

Whittington Widgetts: Edward R.
   Wright

Jacob Brown: James H. Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: William Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss
   Emma Harding

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (13)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 24 Jul 1847, next 27 Jul 1847


27 Jul 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
26 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (32)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 26 Jul 1847, next 28 Jul 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (2)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 26 Jul 1847, next 28 Jul 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (14)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 26 Jul 1847, next 28 Jul 1847


28 Jul 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
26 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (33)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 27 Jul 1847, next 29 Jul 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (3)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 27 Jul 1847, next 29 Jul 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (15)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 27 Jul 1847, next 29 Jul 1847


29 Jul 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
29 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (34)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 28 Jul 1847, next 30 Jul 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (4)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 28 Jul 1847, next 30 Jul 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (16)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 28 Jul 1847, next 30 Jul 1847


30 Jul 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
29 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (35)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 29 Jul 1847, next 31 Jul 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (5)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 29 Jul 1847, next 31 Jul 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (17)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 29 Jul 1847, next 31 Jul 1847


31 Jul 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
29 Jul 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (36)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 30 Jul 1847, next 2 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (6)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 30 Jul 1847, next 2 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (18)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 30 Jul 1847, next 2 Aug 1847


2 Aug 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
2 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (37)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 31 Jul 1847, next 3 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (7)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 31 Jul 1847, next 3 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (19)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 31 Jul 1847, next 3 Aug 1847


3 Aug 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
2 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (38)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 2 Aug 1847, next 4 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (8)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 2 Aug 1847, next 4 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (20)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 2 Aug 1847, next 4 Aug 1847


4 Aug 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
2 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (39)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 3 Aug 1847, next 5 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (9)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 3 Aug 1847, next 5 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (21)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 3 Aug 1847, next 5 Aug 1847


5 Aug 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
5 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (40)

Title Comment Museum of London has a bill showing Title as 3rd. piece Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 4 Aug 1847, next 6 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (10)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 4 Aug 1847, next 6 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (22)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 4 Aug 1847, next 6 Aug 1847


6 Aug 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
5 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (41)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 5 Aug 1847, next 7 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (11)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 5 Aug 1847, next 7 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (23)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 5 Aug 1847, next 7 Aug 1847


7 Aug 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
5 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Title Deeds (42)

Performances first 21 Jun 1847, previous 6 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (12)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 6 Aug 1847, next 9 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (24)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 6 Aug 1847, next 9 Aug 1847


9 Aug 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
9 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (1)

Title Comment Based on his own [Samuel Lover's] novel AU: Samuel Lover, COMP: Holmes, COMP: Alfred Mellon

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, next 10 Aug 1847

Genre (burletta) celebrated serio-comic romantic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast

De Lacy (an officer, engaged in the French service, on a secret mission to Ireland, his native country): Boyce; De Welskein (a foreigner, engaged in his own service--dealer in brandy and broken English): [Charles] Selby; Scrubs (ex-apothecary and collector, not of curiosities, but customs, captain of yeomanry): Paul J. Bedford; Rory O'More (not the King of Leinster, but the prince of peasants): [James] Hudson; Shan Dhu, or Dark John (Rory's rival): O. Smith; Soldering Solomon (a speculating tinker): [John] Sanders; Pierre (an Anglo-French smuggler): Waye; Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford; Bill Jones: Lindon; Jack Flannerty: Glennaire; Mary O'More (sister to Rory): Miss Marian A. Taylor; Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Nelly: Miss Brooks; Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Kathleen (Rory's betrothed): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Cast Comment Hudson, from T.R. Hay-Market 1st time in this role (bill)

Reference Cast

De Lacy: Boyce
De Welskein: Charles Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: James Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O.
   Smith

Soldering Solomon: John Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: William
   Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A.
   Taylor

Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Kathleen: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

"Kathleen, Dear", [James] Hudson; "The Land of the West", Miss Taylor; Irish lilt: [James] Hudson, Miss Fleming; Irish jig: [James] Hudson

(dII,iv)thunderstorm and inundation

I,i the Widow O'More's cabin; I,ii an Irish landscape; I,iii the smuggler's cellar; I,iv a street at night; I,v old house and porch; I,vi the kitchen; II,i the guard room; II,ii Rory O'More's cottage; II,iii ancient Irish rath and bridge at sunset; II,iv vaults of the Folly; III,i the cottage again; III,ii retreat of the smugglers; III,iii ruins and waterfall; III,iv the glen of the Folly

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (13)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 7 Aug 1847, next 10 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (25)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 7 Aug 1847, next 10 Aug 1847


10 Aug 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
9 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (2)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 9 Aug 1847, next 11 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (14)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 9 Aug 1847, next 11 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (26)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 9 Aug 1847, next 11 Aug 1847


11 Aug 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
9 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (3)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 10 Aug 1847, next 12 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (15)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 10 Aug 1847, next 12 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (27)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 10 Aug 1847, next 12 Aug 1847


12 Aug 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
12 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (4)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 11 Aug 1847, next 13 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (16)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 11 Aug 1847, next 13 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (28)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 11 Aug 1847, next 13 Aug 1847


13 Aug 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
12 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (5)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 12 Aug 1847, next 14 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (17)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 12 Aug 1847, next 14 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (29)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 12 Aug 1847, next 14 Aug 1847


14 Aug 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
12 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (6)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 13 Aug 1847, next 16 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (18)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 13 Aug 1847, next 16 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (30)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 13 Aug 1847, next 16 Aug 1847


16 Aug 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
16 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (7)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 14 Aug 1847, next 17 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (19)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 14 Aug 1847, next 17 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (31)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 14 Aug 1847, next 17 Aug 1847


17 Aug 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
16 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (8)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 16 Aug 1847, next 18 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (20)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 16 Aug 1847, next 18 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (32)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 16 Aug 1847, next 18 Aug 1847


18 Aug 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
16 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (9)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 17 Aug 1847, next 19 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (21)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 17 Aug 1847, next 19 Aug 1847

3) Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville (33)

Performances first 12 Jul 1847, previous 17 Aug 1847


19 Aug 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
19 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (10)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 18 Aug 1847, next 20 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (22)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 18 Aug 1847, next 20 Aug 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (6)

Performances first 20 May 1847, previous 25 May 1847, next 20 Aug 1847


20 Aug 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
19 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (11)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 19 Aug 1847, next 21 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (23)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 19 Aug 1847, next 21 Aug 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (7)

Performances first 20 May 1847, previous 19 Aug 1847, next 21 Aug 1847


21 Aug 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
19 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (12)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 20 Aug 1847, next 23 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (24)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 20 Aug 1847, next 23 Aug 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (8)

Performances first 20 May 1847, previous 20 Aug 1847, next 23 Aug 1847


23 Aug 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
23 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (13)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 21 Aug 1847, next 24 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (25)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 21 Aug 1847, next 24 Aug 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (9)

Performances first 20 May 1847, previous 21 Aug 1847, next 24 Aug 1847


24 Aug 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
23 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (14)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 23 Aug 1847, next 25 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (26)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 23 Aug 1847, next 25 Aug 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (10)

Performances first 20 May 1847, previous 23 Aug 1847, next 25 Aug 1847


25 Aug 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
23 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (15)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 24 Aug 1847, next 26 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (27)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 24 Aug 1847, next 26 Aug 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (11)

Performances first 20 May 1847, previous 24 Aug 1847, next 26 Aug 1847


26 Aug 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
26 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (16)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 25 Aug 1847, next 27 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (28)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 25 Aug 1847, next 27 Aug 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (12)

Performances first 20 May 1847, previous 25 Aug 1847, next 27 Aug 1847


27 Aug 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
26 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (17)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 26 Aug 1847, next 28 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (29)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 26 Aug 1847, next 28 Aug 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (13)

Performances first 20 May 1847, previous 26 Aug 1847, next 28 Aug 1847


28 Aug 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
26 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (18)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 27 Aug 1847, next 30 Aug 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (30)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 27 Aug 1847, next 30 Aug 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (14)

Performances first 20 May 1847, previous 27 Aug 1847, next 30 Aug 1847


30 Aug 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
30 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (19)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 28 Aug 1847, next 31 Aug 1847

Cast as reference cast (9 Aug 1847)

BUT De Lacy: Worrell

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (31)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 28 Aug 1847, next 31 Aug 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (15)

Performances first 20 May 1847, previous 28 Aug 1847, next 31 Aug 1847

General Non-Title Information

arbitrary end of season selected by editors


31 Aug 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
30 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (20)

Performances first 9 Aug 1847, previous 30 Aug 1847

Cast as reference cast (9 Aug 1847)

BUT De Lacy: Worrell

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (32)

Performances first 26 Jul 1847, previous 30 Aug 1847

3) The Double-bedded Room (16)

Performances first 20 May 1847, previous 30 Aug 1847

Theatre Information

Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Doors open 6:30, curtain 7:00, half price 9:00.

Ticket prices: box 4/-, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

7 September 1846 - 31 August 1847 298 performances: 298 evening

Benefit (6): [Edward R.] Wright (25 Mar 1847)
Miss Woolgar (3 May 1847)
Mrs. Frederick H. Yates (10 May 1847)
Mrs. Fitzwilliam (12 May 1847)
Paul J. Bedford (14 May 1847)
Mme. Celeste (26 May 1847)
Dark (5): Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1846)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1846)
Ash Wednesday (17 Feb 1847)
General Fast (24 Mar 1847)
Good Friday (2 Apr 1847)

Theatre Management And Functionaries

Authors

Addison, Henry R. Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846)
Bernard, William B. Mummy, The (25 Mar 1847)
St. Mary's Eve (7 Sep 1846)
Boucicault, Dion L. Used Up (17 Sep 1846)
Buckstone, John B. Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! The (11 Mar 1847)
Green Bushes, The (11 Feb 1847)
Jack Sheppard (14 May 1847)
Maid with the Milking Pail, The (21 Dec 1846)
Married Life (12 May 1847)
Shocking Events (15 Mar 1847)
Victorine (10 May 1847)
Wreck Ashore, The (23 Nov 1846)
Butler, Richard Irish Tutor, The (14 Sep 1846)
Cofe Flying Colours (26 May 1847)
Coffey, Charles Devil to Pay, The (12 May 1847)
Coyne, Joseph S. Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (1 Oct 1846)
How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (26 Jul 1847)
Kenney, James Sweethearts and Wives (9 Nov 1846)
Lover, Samuel Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847)
Mathews, Charles J. Used Up (17 Sep 1846)
Mayhew, Henry Wandering Minstrel, The (15 Mar 1847)
Morton, John M. Double-bedded Room, The (20 May 1847)
Mother and Child Are Doing Well, The (25 Mar 1847)
Parry, Thomas Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846)
Peake, Richard B. Title Deeds, The (21 Jun 1847)
Poole, John Nabob for an Hour, A (7 Sep 1846)
Paul pry (13 Mar 1847)
Selby, Charles Antony and Cleopatra (5 Oct 1846)
Judgment of Paris, The (7 Sep 1846)
King's Gardener, The (31 May 1847)
Mysterious Stranger, The (4 Feb 1847)
Out on the Sly (12 Jul 1847)
Phantom Dancers, The (2 Nov 1846)
Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846)
Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846)
Unfinished Gentleman, The (6 Oct 1846)
Stirling, Edward Cabin Boy, The (14 Sep 1846)
Jockey Club, The (12 Oct 1846)
Unknown Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846)
Jenny Lind (19 Apr 1847)
Webster, Benjamin N. Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (26 Oct 1846)
Pretty Girls of Stilberg, The (3 May 1847)

Musical Composers And Arrangers

Fitzwilliam, Edward F. Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! The (11 Mar 1847)
Green Bushes, The (11 Feb 1847)
Holmes Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847)
Mellon, Alfred Cabin Boy, The (14 Sep 1846)
Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846)
Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846)
Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! The (11 Mar 1847)
Green Bushes, The (11 Feb 1847)
Judgment of Paris, The (7 Sep 1846)
Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847)

Choreographers

Celeste, Mme. Celine Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846)
Worrell, Mrs. Judgment of Paris, The (7 Sep 1846)

Actors

Alderson

aldermen (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); sailors (3) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Plutus (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846)

Aldridge

aldermen (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); planters (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Mayfield (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Momus (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); huntsmen (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); Avory (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Bedford, Paul J.

Largarcette (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Brandolaccio (22) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 20 Jan 1847); Mr. Toffey (45) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); The Kinchin (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Jack Gong (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Blueskin (1) in Jack Sheppard (14 May 1847); Signor Relache (69) in Jenny Lind (19 Apr 1847 - 9 Jul 1847); Mr. Philander Heavyswell (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Juno (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Lieutenant O'Scupper, R.N. (3) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); Prince Noodlehead (84) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); Scrubs (20) in Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Kickerwhiski (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846); Turfy Goodwood (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Mr. Bonassus (1) in Victorine (10 May 1847)

Boyce

Orlanduccio (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Bernard Langrel (45) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Alfred (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Count de Belville (44) in Flying Colours (26 May 1847 - 16 Jul 1847); Connor O'Kennedy (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Jupiter (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Ferdinand Benserade (1) in King's Gardener (31 May 1847); Algernon (21) in Maid with the Milking Pail (21 Dec 1846 - 6 Mar 1847); Mr. Lionel Lynx (1) in Married Life (12 May 1847); Count Henry de Beausoleil (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Mr. Frederick Brown (33) in Out on the Sly (12 Jul 1847 - 18 Aug 1847); Harry Stanley (1) in Paul pry (13 Mar 1847); Jules (1) in Pretty Girls of Stilberg (3 May 1847); De Lacy (18) in Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847 - 28 Aug 1847); Mr. Phillip Fustic (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Michael (1) in Victorine (10 May 1847); Miles Bertram (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Braid, George R.

Mr. Harry Robinson (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); Monsieur Henri (3) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Frank Hardy (1) in Paul pry (13 Mar 1847); Robert Vaughan (9) in St. Mary's Eve (7 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846)

Buckstone, John B.

Jobson (1) in Devil to Pay (12 May 1847); Mr. Henry Dove (1) in Married Life (12 May 1847)

Butler

populace (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); sailors (9) in Cabin Boy (14 Dec 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); villagers (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); card man (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Aesculapius (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Chaumiere (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); assistant coiffeurs (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Catch (3) in Unfinished Gentleman (6 Oct 1846 - 10 Oct 1846); Hiram Taylor (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Conran

populace (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); planters (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); zingari (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Jenkins (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Prometheus (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); huntsmen (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847)

Cox

servant to Captain Kidglove (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846)

Cullenford, William

Mr. Ferule (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); Barricini (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Magician (1) in Devil to Pay (12 May 1847); Spigot (16) in Double-bedded Room (20 May 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Rugleigh (45) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Dennis (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Mr. Tillwell (3) in Irish Tutor (14 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Captain Kneebone (1) in Jack Sheppard (14 May 1847); Old Spiggot (69) in Jenny Lind (19 Apr 1847 - 9 Jul 1847); Lord Philander (18) in Maid with the Milking Pail (8 Feb 1847 - 6 Mar 1847); Mr. Magnus Muff (42) in Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (26 Oct 1846 - 12 Dec 1846); Theophilus Pole (3) in Mummy (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); Duplumet (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Doubledot (1) in Paul pry (13 Mar 1847); Chodel (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); Colonel Thunder (20) in Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Grayling (9) in St. Mary's Eve (7 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Curtis (15) in Sweethearts and Wives (9 Nov 1846 - 9 Dec 1846); Strelenski (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846); Mr. Morant (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Wurzel (12) in Used Up (17 Sep 1846 - 30 Sep 1846); Mr. Crincum (8) in Wandering Minstrel (15 Mar 1847 - 23 Mar 1847)

Dawson

flats and sharps, acrobats, countrymen, visitors, betters, biters, rooks, pigeons, and police, effective and defective (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846)

Freeborn

officer (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); goatherds, Corsican peasants (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Headborough (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Timkins (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Osiris (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); huntsmen (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); Captain Lavender (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Polish noblemen (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846); lieutenant of pressgang (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Frost

planters (3) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846)

Glennaire

aldermen (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); judge (9) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 19 Dec 1846); Brigadier of Gens d'armes (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); hedger (45) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Pharos (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); servant to Madame St. Aubert (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); thimble rigger (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Hercules (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Francois (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Jack Flannerty (20) in Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Ralph (9) in St. Mary's Eve (7 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Polish noblemen (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846); Blackadder (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Holliday

sailors (3) in Cabin Boy (8 Mar 1847 - 10 Mar 1847)

Horton

aldermen (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); sailors (9) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 19 Dec 1846); Tim O'Toole (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Simpkins (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Aeolus (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); huntsmen (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847)

Howe

Antonio Della Rebbia (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Frank Biceps (21) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 10 Oct 1846); Ironbrace (12) in Used Up (17 Sep 1846 - 30 Sep 1846)

Hudson, James

Rory O'More (20) in Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Alexandre (1) in Victorine (10 May 1847)

Hunt

Gipsies (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Harry (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Husk

planters (9) in Cabin Boy (14 Dec 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Winkins (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); huntsmen (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847)

Jones

zingari (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); flats and sharps, acrobats, countrymen, visitors, betters, biters, rooks, pigeons, and police, effective and defective (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846)

Lambert

Mr. Ellwide (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); Monsieur Berthault (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Colonel Neville (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Mr. Dulcimer Pipes (16) in Double-bedded Room (20 May 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Mr. Buzzard (45) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Duke de Sombreuse (44) in Flying Colours (26 May 1847 - 16 Jul 1847); Dr. Flail (3) in Irish Tutor (14 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Owen Wood (1) in Jack Sheppard (14 May 1847); Honeyfun (69) in Jenny Lind (19 Apr 1847 - 9 Jul 1847); Mr. Samuel Coddle (1) in Married Life (12 May 1847); Mr. Snugsby (3) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); Mr. Mandragon (3) in Mummy (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); Count Vanille (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Sam Hobbs (25) in Nabob for an Hour (7 Sep 1846 - 11 May 1847); Colonel Hardy (1) in Paul pry (13 Mar 1847); Mr. Montgomerie Tibbs (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Bob (1) in Pretty Girls of Stilberg (3 May 1847); Griffinhoof (25) in Shocking Events (15 Mar 1847 - 19 May 1847); Chalk (9) in St. Mary's Eve (7 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Admiral Franklin (15) in Sweethearts and Wives (9 Nov 1846 - 9 Dec 1846); Mr. Polydore Fustic (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Sir Adonis Leech (12) in Used Up (17 Sep 1846 - 30 Sep 1846)

Levison

flats and sharps, acrobats, countrymen, visitors, betters, biters, rooks, pigeons, and police, effective and defective (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846)

Lindon

populace (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); slave (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); goatherds, Corsican peasants (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Fiddler (1) in Devil to Pay (12 May 1847); Wisp (45) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Beadle (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Gipsies (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Ned Keogh (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); postman (32) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (26 Jul 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Teddy O'Lynn (12) in Jockey Club (19 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Bacchus (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Flicflac (1) in King's Gardener (31 May 1847); Mungo (3) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); La Fleur (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); servant (1) in Paul pry (13 Mar 1847); Ensign Fitz-Jones (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Bill Jones (20) in Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Cossacks (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846); Robert (3) in Unfinished Gentleman (6 Oct 1846 - 10 Oct 1846); James (12) in Used Up (17 Sep 1846 - 30 Sep 1846); William (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Mitchenson, William

attendant (3) in Cabin Boy (8 Mar 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); goatherds, Corsican peasants (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); villagers (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Little Bear (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); waiter (32) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (26 Jul 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); waiter (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Pan (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); master of the ceremonies (33) in Out on the Sly (12 Jul 1847 - 18 Aug 1847); Zippercoonzipppercoonnickernockernip (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); assistant coiffeurs (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Cossacks (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846); Thomas (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Morgan

planters (3) in Cabin Boy (8 Mar 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); sailors (6) in Cabin Boy (14 Dec 1846 - 19 Dec 1846); Linton (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Tom Williams (15) in Green Bushes (22 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); huntsmen (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); butler (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Bardelot (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Munyard, James H.

Coquin Ballandier (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Barnaby Puffball (6) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (28 Jan 1847 - 3 Feb 1847); Pegg (45) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Jacob Brown (32) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (26 Jul 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Acis Macassar, Esq., C.T.B.G. (12) in Jockey Club (19 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Venus (21) in Judgment of Paris (14 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Galochard (1) in King's Gardener (31 May 1847); Mrs. Betsy Prig (42) in Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (26 Oct 1846 - 12 Dec 1846); Dick Dumpy (25) in Nabob for an Hour (7 Sep 1846 - 11 May 1847); Mr. Pimlico Pippins (33) in Out on the Sly (12 Jul 1847 - 18 Aug 1847); Count Whirligig (20) in Phantom Dancers (28 Jan 1847 - 17 Apr 1847); Shortgemo (79) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 10 Apr 1847); Spriggins (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Popplewig (1) in Pretty Girls of Stilberg (3 May 1847); Puggs (25) in Shocking Events (15 Mar 1847 - 19 May 1847); Tom Baggs (3) in St. Mary's Eve (14 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Ivan (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846); Froth (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); James Miller (3) in Unfinished Gentleman (6 Oct 1846 - 10 Oct 1846); Jemmy Starling (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Rookwood

flats and sharps, acrobats, countrymen, visitors, betters, biters, rooks, pigeons, and police, effective and defective (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846)

Ryan, Redmond

Teddy O'Flannigan (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); Brandolaccio (12) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (21 Jan 1847 - 3 Feb 1847); Barney Twill (32) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (26 Jul 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Dr. O'Toole (3) in Irish Tutor (14 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Teddy O'Lynn (6) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 17 Oct 1846); Minerva (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Patrick Moriarity (42) in Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (26 Oct 1846 - 12 Dec 1846); Larry Bathershin (3) in Mummy (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); Fergus O'Rollick (33) in Out on the Sly (12 Jul 1847 - 18 Aug 1847); Shortgemo (23) in Phantom Dancers (28 Jan 1847 - 17 Apr 1847)

Sanders, John

policeman (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); Pierre (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); goatherd (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); The Nimmer (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Paddy Kelly (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Beadle (3) in Irish Tutor (14 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); man with lists (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Cupid, Cupidon or Cupido (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Loupy (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); huntsmen (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); Stobber (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Soldering Solomon (20) in Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Hardware (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Nibble (3) in Unfinished Gentleman (6 Oct 1846 - 10 Oct 1846); Andrew Phipps (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Selby, Charles

Monsieur Dudevant (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Major Minus (16) in Double-bedded Room (20 May 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Frank Biceps (24) in Eugenia Claircille (12 Oct 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Colonel Amadou (44) in Flying Colours (26 May 1847 - 16 Jul 1847); Signor Quantacosta (69) in Jenny Lind (19 Apr 1847 - 9 Jul 1847); The Marquis de Boquespille (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Lord Philander (3) in Maid with the Milking Pail (21 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Mr. Frederick Younghusband (1) in Married Life (12 May 1847); Mr. Fitzcaper, alias Mr. Montague Tilbury (33) in Out on the Sly (12 Jul 1847 - 18 Aug 1847); Witherton (1) in Paul pry (13 Mar 1847); Prince Noodlehead (18) in Phantom Dancers (21 Jan 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Captain Kidglove (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); De Welskein (20) in Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Charles Franklin (15) in Sweethearts and Wives (9 Nov 1846 - 9 Dec 1846); Monsieur Coupee (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846); Lord Totterly (3) in Unfinished Gentleman (6 Oct 1846 - 10 Oct 1846)

Smith

flats and sharps, acrobats, countrymen, visitors, betters, biters, rooks, pigeons, and police, effective and defective (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846)

Smith, Christopher J.

Sforza (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Butler (1) in Devil to Pay (12 May 1847); Captain Hugh Lavrock (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Rattlesnake (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Glum (69) in Jenny Lind (19 Apr 1847 - 9 Jul 1847); Bobkins (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Simon (1) in Paul pry (13 Mar 1847); Jeames de la Pluche (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); Fitzmortimer Jenks (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Cossacks (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846); Benjamins (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Fennel (12) in Used Up (17 Sep 1846 - 30 Sep 1846)

Smith, O.

Monsieur Vincent (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Castriconi (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Isaac Crank (18) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (1 Oct 1846 - 13 Mar 1847); Hugh Matlock (45) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Ishmael, or "The Wolf" (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Wild Murtogh (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Paris (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Mr. George Dismal (1) in Married Life (12 May 1847); Chechore (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Grasp (1) in Paul pry (13 Mar 1847); Zamiel (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); Shan Dhu, or Dark John (20) in Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Barty Sharpe (9) in St. Mary's Eve (7 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Humphrey Haywhisp (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Cisar Chanteloupe (1) in Victorine (10 May 1847); Grampus (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Steagle

sailors (3) in Cabin Boy (8 Mar 1847 - 10 Mar 1847)

Stevens

sailors (3) in Cabin Boy (8 Mar 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); villagers (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); single stick player (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); assistant coiffeurs (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846)

Stoker, Henry

Polo Griffo (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Sir John Loverule (1) in Devil to Pay (12 May 1847); George O'Kennedy (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Herr Kaufman (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); Paul (1) in Pretty Girls of Stilberg (3 May 1847); Montague (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Charles Danvers (3) in Unfinished Gentleman (6 Oct 1846 - 10 Oct 1846); Herbert Carol (8) in Wandering Minstrel (15 Mar 1847 - 23 Mar 1847)

Sydney, Master

Reuben (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Lilliput (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); stable lad (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847)

Sylvester

attendant (3) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846)

Thomas

aldermen (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); judge (3) in Cabin Boy (8 Mar 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); attendant (6) in Cabin Boy (14 Dec 1846 - 19 Dec 1846); farmer (45) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Gipsies (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Darby Donovan (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); servant to George (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); flats and sharps, acrobats, countrymen, visitors, betters, biters, rooks, pigeons, and police, effective and defective (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Boreas (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Dinaha (3) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); Pierre (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Stanley (1) in Paul pry (13 Mar 1847); William (9) in St. Mary's Eve (7 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); appraiser (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Gaffer Fallowfield (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Thompson

zingari (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847)

Wagstaff

flats and sharps, acrobats, countrymen, visitors, betters, biters, rooks, pigeons, and police, effective and defective (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846)

Waye

Escarbot (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Geronimo (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Gilbert (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Larry (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Shadow (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Neptune (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); old tramp (3) in Mummy (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); corporal (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); huntsmen (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); Pomade (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Pierre (20) in Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Lieut. Manley (9) in St. Mary's Eve (7 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Robert (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Bernard (1) in Victorine (10 May 1847); Tweedle (8) in Wandering Minstrel (15 Mar 1847 - 23 Mar 1847); Undesignated (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Webster, Benjamin N.

Captain Sans-Souci (44) in Flying Colours (26 May 1847 - 16 Jul 1847); Ernest (1) in Pretty Girls of Stilberg (3 May 1847); Sir Charles Coldstream (12) in Used Up (17 Sep 1846 - 30 Sep 1846)

Williamson

aldermen (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); sailors (9) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 19 Dec 1846); Tom Williams (8) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 20 Feb 1847); Snobkins (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Vulcan (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); huntsmen (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); Culverdine (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Wilson

keeper of E.O. table (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846)

Woodward, Master

Johnny (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847)

Worrell

Mr. James Brown (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); Monsieur Henri (9) in Cabin Boy (14 Dec 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Vincentello (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Joseph (16) in Double-bedded Room (20 May 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Frederick Stanmore (45) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Leybourne (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Captain Dartois (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Charles (3) in Irish Tutor (14 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Chevalier de Bussy (1) in King's Gardener (31 May 1847); Maxwell (3) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); Charley Muff (42) in Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (26 Oct 1846 - 12 Dec 1846); Captain Canter (3) in Mummy (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); Captain Gasconade (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Mr. Frampton (25) in Nabob for an Hour (7 Sep 1846 - 11 May 1847); Mr. Suckling Sippet (33) in Out on the Sly (12 Jul 1847 - 18 Aug 1847); Somers (1) in Paul pry (13 Mar 1847); Lord Snolts (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Alfred (1) in Pretty Girls of Stilberg (3 May 1847); De Lacy (2) in Rory O'More (30 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Captain Spoff (25) in Shocking Events (15 Mar 1847 - 19 May 1847); Major Wentworth (9) in St. Mary's Eve (7 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Sandford (15) in Sweethearts and Wives (9 Nov 1846 - 9 Dec 1846); Count Crackovieninski (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846); Julius (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); The Honorable Frisk Flammer (3) in Unfinished Gentleman (6 Oct 1846 - 10 Oct 1846); Hon. Tom Saville (12) in Used Up (17 Sep 1846 - 30 Sep 1846); Macaire (1) in Victorine (10 May 1847); Bernard (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847); Walter (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Wright, Edward R.

Abraham Parker (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); Antony (3) in Antony and Cleopatra (5 Oct 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Barnaby Puffball (28) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 27 Jan 1847); Chesterfield Honeybun (18) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (1 Oct 1846 - 13 Mar 1847); Cheap John (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Muster Grinnidge (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Whittington Widgetts (32) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (26 Jul 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Bob Spiggot (69) in Jenny Lind (19 Apr 1847 - 9 Jul 1847); Acis Macassar, Esq., C.T.B.G. (6) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 17 Oct 1846); Venus (6) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); Diccon (21) in Maid with the Milking Pail (21 Dec 1846 - 6 Mar 1847); Mr. Felix Fluffy (3) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); Mrs. Sarah Gamp (42) in Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (26 Oct 1846 - 12 Dec 1846); Toby Tramp, afterwards "the Mummy" (3) in Mummy (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); Crequet (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Paul Pry (1) in Paul pry (13 Mar 1847); Count Whirligig (82) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 10 Apr 1847); Jacob Gerkin (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Tom Baggs (6) in St. Mary's Eve (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); Billy Lackaday (15) in Sweethearts and Wives (9 Nov 1846 - 9 Dec 1846); Mazourki (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846); Peter Hush (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Bill Downey (3) in Unfinished Gentleman (6 Oct 1846 - 10 Oct 1846); Blaise (1) in Victorine (10 May 1847); Jim Bags (8) in Wandering Minstrel (15 Mar 1847 - 23 Mar 1847); Marmaduke Magog (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Actresses

Adelaide, Miss

slaves, attendants (3) in Cabin Boy (8 Mar 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Gipsies (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847)

Aldridge, Miss

populace (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); slaves, attendants (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); zingari (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); ladies (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Ariadne (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Fleur de Rose (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846)

Bell, Miss

slaves, attendants (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Louise (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847)

Brooks, Miss

Saveria (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Nancy (30) in Eugenia Claircille (5 Oct 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Mrs. Wood (1) in Jack Sheppard (14 May 1847); Madame de Sericourt (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Batilde (5) in Phantom Dancers (11 Feb 1847 - 16 Feb 1847); Jemima Jenkinson (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Nelly (20) in Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Dame Mayfield (9) in St. Mary's Eve (7 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Susan (15) in Sweethearts and Wives (9 Nov 1846 - 9 Dec 1846); maid (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Sophie (1) in Victorine (10 May 1847); Lucy (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Celeste, Mme. Celine

Julien (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Colomba (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Eugenia Claircille (45) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Cynthia (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Helene de Montereau (44) in Flying Colours (26 May 1847 - 16 Jul 1847); Miami (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Madame St. Aubert (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); The Mysterious Stranger (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Giselle (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); Margot (1) in Pretty Girls of Stilberg (3 May 1847); Madeline (9) in St. Mary's Eve (7 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Mazourka (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846)

Chaplin, Miss Ellen

Lady Loverule (1) in Devil to Pay (12 May 1847); Nancy Spigot (16) in Double-bedded Room (20 May 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Justine (44) in Flying Colours (26 May 1847 - 16 Jul 1847); Mary (3) in Irish Tutor (14 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Mrs. Fitzfolly (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Mercury or Hermes (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Selina Gamp (42) in Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (26 Oct 1846 - 12 Dec 1846); Madeline (3) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 6 Feb 1847); Miss Dimple (33) in Out on the Sly (12 Jul 1847 - 18 Aug 1847); Phoebe (1) in Paul pry (13 Mar 1847); Lurline (42) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 19 Dec 1846); Anastasia (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Betty (20) in Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Kitty (25) in Shocking Events (15 Mar 1847 - 19 May 1847); Mary (9) in St. Mary's Eve (7 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Yelva (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846); Rose (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Mary (12) in Used Up (17 Sep 1846 - 30 Sep 1846); Justine (1) in Victorine (10 May 1847)

Clifford, Mrs. William

Mrs. Henry Dove (1) in Married Life (12 May 1847)

Ellen, Miss

slaves, attendants (9) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 19 Dec 1846)

Emsley, Miss

slaves, attendants (9) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 19 Dec 1846); zingari (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847)

Emsley, Mrs.

populace (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); Clara (9) in Cabin Boy (14 Dec 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Mrs. Dillon (45) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Mars (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Suzette (1) in King's Gardener (31 May 1847)

Fitzwilliam, Mrs. Edward

Nell (1) in Devil to Pay (12 May 1847); Starlight Bess (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Nelly O'Neil (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Milly (21) in Maid with the Milking Pail (21 Dec 1846 - 6 Mar 1847); Mrs. Frederick Youngshusband (1) in Married Life (12 May 1847); Elise (1) in Victorine (10 May 1847)

Fleming, Miss

slaves, attendants (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); bridesmaids (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Red (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Hebe (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Eoline (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846)

Ford, Miss

Gipsies (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847)

Glennaire, Miss

Fleur d'Orange (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846)

Glennaire, Mrs.

ladies (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Flora (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846)

Gougenheim, Miss Adelaide?

populace (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); Clara (3) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Nancy (15) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 3 Oct 1846); Thetis (24) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 3 Oct 1846); Dame Ferns (9) in St. Mary's Eve (7 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846)

Green, Miss

Euterpe (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846)

Harding, Miss Emma

Mrs. Honeybun (18) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (1 Oct 1846 - 13 Mar 1847); Lady Agnes (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce (32) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (26 Jul 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Rose (3) in Irish Tutor (14 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846); Mrs. Roseville (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Emily (3) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); Fanny Mandragon (3) in Mummy (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); Mademoiselle de Nantelle (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Miss Emma Leslie (25) in Nabob for an Hour (7 Sep 1846 - 11 May 1847); Mrs. Fitzcaper (27) in Out on the Sly (19 Jul 1847 - 18 Aug 1847); Miss Snipper (6) in Out on the Sly (12 Jul 1847 - 17 Jul 1847); Marian A (1) in Paul pry (13 Mar 1847); Queen of Wilis (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); Dorothy (25) in Shocking Events (15 Mar 1847 - 19 May 1847); Matilda (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847)

Harrison, Miss

servants (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); slaves, attendants (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Mrs. Storke (15) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 3 Oct 1846); zingari (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Gipsey (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Apollo (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Fleur de Genet (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846)

Hunt, Mrs.

country girls, visitors (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Mrs. Starling (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Johnson, Miss

servants (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); slaves, attendants (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); bridesmaids (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); ladies (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); the Graces (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Fleur de Tulipe (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846)

Jones, Miss

servants (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); slaves, attendants (9) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 19 Dec 1846); Ceres (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846)

Laws, Mrs. Edmund

Mrs. Ellwide (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); Madame Morand (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Mrs. Jewell (18) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (1 Oct 1846 - 13 Mar 1847); Mrs. Deputy Lomax (16) in Double-bedded Room (20 May 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Mrs. Corbell (45) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Hagar (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Madame Thibaut (44) in Flying Colours (26 May 1847 - 16 Jul 1847); Meg (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Discordia (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Mrs. George Dismal (1) in Married Life (12 May 1847); Miss Penelope Snugsby (3) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); Madame de Lenneville (3) in Mysterious Stranger (8 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Estelle (102) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); Widow O'More (20) in Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Mrs. Owlet (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Mrs. Bonassus (1) in Victorine (10 May 1847); Mrs. Crincum (8) in Wandering Minstrel (15 Mar 1847 - 23 Mar 1847); Dame Bernard (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

LeLacheur, Miss

bridesmaids (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Gipsies (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); country girls, visitors (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Fleur de Paquerette (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846)

LeLacheur, Miss C.

Fleur de Violette (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846)

Louise, Miss

populace (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); slaves, attendants (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Elspy (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); the Graces (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Fleur de Lis (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846)

Matthews, Mrs. Frank

Rose (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); Mrs. Crank (18) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (1 Oct 1846 - 13 Mar 1847); Mrs. Toffey (45) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Miss Poppets (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Aenone (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Mrs. Samuel Coddle (1) in Married Life (12 May 1847); Susan (3) in Mummy (25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847); Madame de Luceval (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Nanny Scraggs (25) in Nabob for an Hour (7 Sep 1846 - 11 May 1847); Mrs. Fitzcaper (6) in Out on the Sly (12 Jul 1847 - 17 Jul 1847); Miss Snipper (27) in Out on the Sly (19 Jul 1847 - 18 Aug 1847); Mrs. Montgomerie Tibbs (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Mrs. Bell (15) in Sweethearts and Wives (9 Nov 1846 - 9 Dec 1846); Lady Clutterbuck (12) in Used Up (17 Sep 1846 - 30 Sep 1846); Peggy (8) in Wandering Minstrel (15 Mar 1847 - 23 Mar 1847)

Robins, Miss

Gipsies (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Evelleen (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Fames (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846)

Simpson, Miss

servants (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); slaves, attendants (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); bridesmaids (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Gipsies (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); country girls, visitors (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Hymen or Hymeneus (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846)

Stoker, Miss Teresa

Gipsies (19) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 10 Apr 1847)

Taylor, Miss

populace (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); slaves, attendants (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Lucy (1) in Devil to Pay (12 May 1847); Mary (45) in Eugenia Claircille (17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846); Winifred (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Yellow (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Peleus (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Nanette (1) in King's Gardener (31 May 1847); Madame de Savigne (6) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Fleur de Marguerite (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846); Julia (8) in Wandering Minstrel (15 Mar 1847 - 23 Mar 1847)

Taylor, Miss Marian A.

Mlle. Jenny Laroche (6) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Lettice (1) in Devil to Pay (12 May 1847); Abigail (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Jack Sheppard (1) in Jack Sheppard (14 May 1847); Psyche (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Louise de la Valliere (1) in King's Gardener (31 May 1847); Mrs. Moriarity (42) in Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out (26 Oct 1846 - 12 Dec 1846); Madame de Lenneville (3) in Mysterious Stranger (4 Feb 1847 - 6 Feb 1847); Madeline (3) in Mysterious Stranger (8 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847); Eliza (1) in Paul pry (13 Mar 1847); Albert Brown (5) in Phantom Dancers (11 Feb 1847 - 16 Feb 1847); Batilde (97) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); Celestina (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Mary O'More (20) in Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Louisa Bloomfield (3) in Unfinished Gentleman (6 Oct 1846 - 10 Oct 1846)

Turner, Miss

Blue (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Thetis (3) in Judgment of Paris (5 Oct 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Terpsichore (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Fleur de Resida (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846)

Vernon, Miss

Gipsies (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); country girls, visitors (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Fleur de Giroflee (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846)

Vernon, Mrs.

servants (6) in Abraham Parker (7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846); slaves, attendants (12) in Cabin Boy (14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847); Nurse (18) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (1 Oct 1846 - 13 Mar 1847); Pomona (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846)

Woolgar, Miss Sarah J.

Cleopatra (3) in Antony and Cleopatra (5 Oct 1846 - 9 Oct 1846); Mlle. Jenny Laroche (6) in Cabin Boy (14 Dec 1846 - 19 Dec 1846); Chilina (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Lemuel (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Margaret (44) in Flying Colours (26 May 1847 - 16 Jul 1847); Mary White (32) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (26 Jul 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Mary (69) in Jenny Lind (19 Apr 1847 - 9 Jul 1847); Leander Larkington, Esq. (18) in Jockey Club (12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846); Madame Galochard (1) in King's Gardener (31 May 1847); Mrs. Lionel Lynx (1) in Married Life (12 May 1847); Albert Brown (97) in Phantom Dancers (2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847); Sally Knobbs (9) in Powder and Ball (14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846); Christina (1) in Pretty Girls of Stilberg (3 May 1847); Kathleen (20) in Rory O'More (9 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847); Laura (15) in Sweethearts and Wives (9 Nov 1846 - 9 Dec 1846); Countess Crackovieninski (15) in Taming a Tartar (6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846); Sally Haywhisp (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Mary Chintz (3) in Unfinished Gentleman (6 Oct 1846 - 10 Oct 1846); Bella (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Worrell, Mrs.

Gipsies (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); Tigertail (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Mrs. Gong (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Thalia (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846)

Woulds, Miss

Gipsies (79) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847); the Graces (27) in Judgment of Paris (7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846)

Yates, Mrs. Frederick H.

Lydia Neville (34) in Colomba, The Corsican Sister (26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847); Geraldine (23) in Green Bushes (11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847); Mrs. Subtle (1) in Paul pry (13 Mar 1847); Eugenia (15) in Sweethearts and Wives (9 Nov 1846 - 9 Dec 1846); Mrs. Evergay (42) in Title Deeds (21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847); Victorine (1) in Victorine (10 May 1847); Alice (23) in Wreck Ashore (23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

Musicians

Singers

Dancers

Entertainers

Pieces Performed And Summary Cast Lists

Abraham Parker

(sketch) by Henry R. Addison (6 times, 7 Sep 1846 - 12 Sep 1846)

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Antony and Cleopatra

(farce) by Charles Selby (3 times, 5 Oct 1846 - 9 Oct 1846)

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Cabin Boy, The

(melodrama) by Edward Stirling, Alfred Mellon (comp) (12 times, 14 Sep 1846 - 10 Mar 1847)

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* Colomba, The Corsican Sister

(romantic drama) by Unknown, Alfred Mellon (comp) (34 times, 26 Dec 1846 - 3 Feb 1847)

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Devil to Pay, The

(musical farce, 2 acts, 8 scenes) by Charles Coffey (1 time, 12 May 1847)

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Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell?

(farce) by Joseph S. Coyne (18 times, 1 Oct 1846 - 13 Mar 1847)

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Double-bedded Room, The

(farce, 1 act) by John M. Morton (16 times, 20 May 1847 - 31 Aug 1847)

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* Eugenia Claircille; or, The New Found Home

(drama, 3 acts) by Thomas Parry, Alfred Mellon (comp) (45 times, 17 Sep 1846 - 7 Nov 1846)

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* Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! The

(drama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone, Edward F. Fitzwilliam (comp), Alfred Mellon (comp) (79 times, 11 Mar 1847 - 19 Jun 1847)

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* Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier

(comedy, 2 acts) by Cofe (44 times, 26 May 1847 - 16 Jul 1847)

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Green Bushes, The; or, A Hundred Years Ago

(drama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone, Edward F. Fitzwilliam (comp), Alfred Mellon (comp) (23 times, 11 Feb 1847 - 10 Mar 1847)

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* How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress

(farce) by Joseph S. Coyne (32 times, 26 Jul 1847 - 31 Aug 1847)

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Irish Tutor, The[; or, New Lights]

(farce) by Richard Butler (3 times, 14 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846)

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Jack Sheppard

(drama, one scene only) by John B. Buckstone (1 time, 14 May 1847)

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* Jenny Lind; or, The Northern Star

(farce) by Unknown (69 times, 19 Apr 1847 - 9 Jul 1847)

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* Jockey Club, The

(extravaganza, 2 acts) by Edward Stirling (18 times, 12 Oct 1846 - 31 Oct 1846)

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Judgment of Paris, The; or, The Pas de Pippins

(burlesque) by Charles Selby, Alfred Mellon (comp), Mrs. Worrell (chor) (27 times, 7 Sep 1846 - 9 Oct 1846)

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King's Gardener, The; or, Nipped in the Bud

(farce) by Charles Selby (1 time, 31 May 1847)

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Maid with the Milking Pail, The

(farce, 1 act) by John B. Buckstone (21 times, 21 Dec 1846 - 6 Mar 1847)

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Married Life

(comedy, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone (1 time, 12 May 1847)

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Mother and Child Are Doing Well, The

(farce, 1 act) by John M. Morton (3 times, 25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847)

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* Mrs. Gamp's Tea and Turn out

(farce, 1 act) by Benjamin N. Webster (42 times, 26 Oct 1846 - 12 Dec 1846)

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Mummy, The

(farce) by William B. Bernard (3 times, 25 Mar 1847 - 27 Mar 1847)

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Mysterious Stranger, The

(drama, 2 acts) by Charles Selby (6 times, 4 Feb 1847 - 10 Feb 1847)

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Nabob for an Hour, A

(farce) by John Poole (25 times, 7 Sep 1846 - 11 May 1847)

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* Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville

(farce, 1 act) by Charles Selby (33 times, 12 Jul 1847 - 18 Aug 1847)

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Paul pry

(comedy) by John Poole (1 time, 13 Mar 1847)

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* Phantom Dancers, The; or, The Wili's Bride

(burlesque, 2 acts) by Charles Selby (102 times, 2 Nov 1846 - 17 Apr 1847)

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Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve

(farce) by Charles Selby (9 times, 14 Dec 1846 - 23 Dec 1846)

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Pretty Girls of Stilberg, The

(burletta) by Benjamin N. Webster (1 time, 3 May 1847)

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Rory O'More

(burletta, 3 acts) by Samuel Lover, Holmes (comp), Alfred Mellon (comp) (20 times, 9 Aug 1847 - 31 Aug 1847)

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Shocking Events

(farce, 1 act) by John B. Buckstone (25 times, 15 Mar 1847 - 19 May 1847)

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St. Mary's Eve; or, A Story of the Solway

(drama, 3 acts) by William B. Bernard (9 times, 7 Sep 1846 - 16 Sep 1846)

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Sweethearts and Wives

(comic opera, 2 acts) by James Kenney (15 times, 9 Nov 1846 - 9 Dec 1846)

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Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia

(operatic farce, 2 acts) by Charles Selby, Mme. Celine Celeste (chor) (15 times, 6 Oct 1846 - 24 Oct 1846)

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* Title Deeds, The

(comedy, 3 acts) by Richard B. Peake (42 times, 21 Jun 1847 - 7 Aug 1847)

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Unfinished Gentleman, The

(farce) by Charles Selby (3 times, 6 Oct 1846 - 10 Oct 1846)

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Used Up

(comedietta) by Dion L. Boucicault, Charles J. Mathews (12 times, 17 Sep 1846 - 30 Sep 1846)

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

(drama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone (1 time, 10 May 1847)

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Wandering Minstrel, The

(farce, 1 act, 5 scenes) by Henry Mayhew (8 times, 15 Mar 1847 - 23 Mar 1847)

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Wreck Ashore, The; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea

(melodrama, 2 acts) by John B. Buckstone (23 times, 23 Nov 1846 - 24 Jul 1847)

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