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THE LONDON STAGE 1800-1900

Joseph Donohue and James Ellis, General Editors

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THE SANS PAREIL THEATRE

(later THE ADELPHI THEATRE)

1806-1900

Calendar for 1810-1811

Edited by Frank McHugh

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

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

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

Contents

Seasonal Digest

The auditorium of the Sans Pareil was slightly altered for the 1810-11 season.  As the 3 December bill put it:  "The House has been embellished in the Audience Part, the Back Seat of the Side Boxes elevated, the Frontispiece also elevated, improving the View of the Stage from the Gallery, and other alterations."  The construction of the gallery in 1809, the improvement of sight lines this present season, and the addition of stage and upper-side boxes in 1814 completed John Scott's theatre.

The Scott family was again very active.  One ballet, The Soldier's Frolic, was composed and danced by Goodwin, the new ballet master and choreographer.  All other pieces were written by Jane Scott, that "gifted artiste, and I may say Genius" (Charles Dibdin, the younger, Memoirs, p. 97).  Miss Scott acted in four of her pieces, giving well over a hundred performances.  Proprietor John Scott managed the theatre and served as machinist.  Bills call special attention to his "mechanical fall of snow" and other spectacular effects in the pantomime The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad.  John Scott's son designed at least two scenes for this same piece.

The Sans Pareil had evolved beyond the point when everything depended on Jane Scott's imagination and her father's business acumen.  Maurice W. Disher recalls those first seasons:  "While she acted her own heroines, John Scott, in his shirt sleeves, packed people closer to increase the takings by five pounds a night" (Blood and Thunder, p. 216).  Perhaps another quality of the Scotts that Disher cites, their respect for the stage and their hospitality to actors, explains the rapid development of their company.  At any rate, it is not one-woman shows that distinguish this 1810-1811 season, but pantomimes, farces and variety acts—all requiring a diverse and able company.

The Sans Pareil presented a pantomime every evening. The Magic Pipe ran for sixty-three consecutive nights, then gave way to sixteen performances of The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key, which had played in the previous season, and then returned for a run of thirteen more nights.  Auld, Harlequin at the Haymarket in 1806, was the company's new Harlequin; Miss Ruggles danced as Columbine, and James Barnes appeared as Pantaloon.  By 1829, the Times was declaring Barnes "the best Pantaloon on the stage."  Later in his career, as A. E. Wilson said, "he was unique and unsurpassable; the most perfect type imaginable of senile imbecility, receiving knocks and cuffs with placid resignation and tottering about as if he perpetually expected to be knocked down and set up again like a nine pin" (King Panto, p. 115).  The versatile James Kirby, who would be at Drury Lane in 1811, was principal Clown, occasionally replaced by young George Bristow, brother-in-law to both Grimaldi and Jack Bologna, who was just beginning his career in the minor theatres and the provinces.

In his study of the music hall, The Early Doors, Harold Scott notes the Sans Pareil and the Lyceum were the leading variety theatres in the West End of London during the early nineteenth century (p. 93).  The performances at the Sans Pareil, E. Beresford Chancellor says, "were first of that heterogeneous character associated with the careers of some of the smaller theatres, and a medley of 'turns', much akin to those of a music hall, preceded the legitimate drama here" (Pleasure Haunts of London, pp. 123-4).  A bill for the final evening of the 1810-1811 season shows the strength of the Sans Pareil in this respect and suggests the varied entertainments presented throughout the season but seldom announced on the bills.  Many favorite songs were sung on 6 April:  "Live and be Jolly," "Bonny Lad," "Old Times," "Bag of Nails," "Four and Twenty Lord Mayors' Shows," "Let Fame Sound the Trumpet," and "Miss Muggins."   Goodwin, Miss Ward and Miss Lever danced a triple hornpipe.  In addition, George Bristow starred in a scene from Dibdin's aqua drama The Wild Man, "by permission of the proprietors of Sadler's Wells."  This scene, often given on benefit nights and first played by Grimaldi, showed "the powerful influence of music over even the savage mind" (Dibdin's Memoirs, p. 102).

On other evenings this season, Miss Acres sang Vauxhall songs, and Mr. Rose, visiting from Astley's Amphitheatre, sang James Sanderson's "Lilly from Jamaica; or, The Negro in London."  Herr Schmidt offered a trumpet concerto "performed for the first time on an instrument which lately cost one hundred guineas, being of silver, rimmed with gold, and the tone melodiously beautiful."

Henry Hengler, the Vauxhall ropewalker and father of Frederick Charles Hengler, founder of Hengler's Circus, danced "with baskets, also boys, tied to his feet and one on his shoulder."  James Barnes more than once thrilled the audience when he made his flight from the gallery "with accompaniment on the trumpet."

The roster for this season names twenty-three actors and twenty-one actresses.  Joining the company for the first time and for short stays were Bristow, Miss Acres from Vauxhall Gardens ("first time on any stage"), Asker from the Theatre Royal Dublin, and J. Lewis from the Theatre Royal Manchester.  Goodwin, ballet master for this season, "late of Covent Garden," was probably the "Master Goodwin" who performed at Covent Garden 1796-1803, son of the Covent Garden performers Thomas and Eleanor Goodwin.  Daly began his long tenure this season, joining his wife and such other stalwarts as Godbee, Robert Stebbing and C. H. Simpson.

The company presented eight pieces on the approximately ninety-two evenings of this season, which began on 3 December 1810 and concluded on 6 April 1811.

FM

Daily Calendar for 1810-1811


3 December 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
3 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott; Composer: [James] Sanderson; Choreographer: Goodwin

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Next 4 December 1810

Genre:  (Melodrama) an entire new burletta; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Don Alverez (Portuguese nobleman in disgrace at court): Auld
Foliano (son to Don Alverez): Goodwin
Douro (Foliano's servant): [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto (a banished Portuguese): J. Lewis (from TR Manchester, 1st app this role)
Julian (Seberto's son, a melancholy maniac): J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello (in pursuit of Don Alverez): Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda (daughter to Don Martin, beloved by Foliano): Miss Ruggles
Emma (Dalinda's friend, beloved by Julian): Miss Banfield (from TR Liverpool, 1st time here)
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

Cast Commentary

Dance

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (1)

Title Comment:  from French of de Falbaire

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott; Composer: [James] Sanderson

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Next 4 December 1810

Genre:  (Farce) comic farsical [sic] burletta

First Night Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing (1st app this role)
Hunks: J. Lewis (1st app this role)
Lively: Asker (from TR Dublin, 1st app in London)
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. May
Harriet: Miss Acres (from Vauxhall Gardens, 1st app any stage)

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; subj: "Frost" thwarted through magic and warmth of love—a harlequinade (from DFo bill 21 Jan 1811)

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott; Composer: [James] Sanderson

Author Commentary:  "Authoress of Necromancer, performed last season upwards of 100 nights."

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Next 4 December 1810

Genre:  (Pantomime) new comic pantomime

First Night Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin (1st time)
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [George] Bristow
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg (Crabstick's man): [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother

Cast Commentary

Music

Dance

Entertainment

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

Other Production Description

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


4 December 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
3 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (2)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 3 December 1810; Next 5 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (2)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 3 December 1810; Next 5 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. May
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (2)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 3 December 1810; Next 5 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [George] Bristow
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      [George] Bristow

5 December 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
3 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (3)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 4 December 1810; Next 6 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (3)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 4 December 1810; Next 6 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. May
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (3)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 4 December 1810; Next 6 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [George] Bristow
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      [George] Bristow

6 December 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
6 December 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (4)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 5 December 1810; Next 7 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (4)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 5 December 1810; Next 7 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. May
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (4)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 5 December 1810; Next 7 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [George] Bristow
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      [George] Bristow

7 December 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
6 December 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (5)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 6 December 1810; Next 8 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (5)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 6 December 1810; Next 8 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. May
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (5)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 6 December 1810; Next 8 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [George] Bristow
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      [George] Bristow

8 December 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
8 December 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (6)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 7 December 1810; Next 10 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (6)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 7 December 1810; Next 10 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. May
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (6)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 7 December 1810; Next 10 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [George] Bristow
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      [George] Bristow

10 December 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (7)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 8 December 1810; Next 11 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (7)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 8 December 1810; Next 11 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. May
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (7)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 8 December 1810; Next 11 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      [George] Bristow

Cast Changes:

BUT  Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby (replaces [George] Bristow)

Cast Commentary


11 December 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (8)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 10 December 1810; Next 12 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (8)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 10 December 1810; Next 12 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. May
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (8)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 10 December 1810; Next 12 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      [George] Bristow

12 December 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (9)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 11 December 1810; Next 13 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (9)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 11 December 1810; Next 13 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. May
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (9)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 11 December 1810; Next 13 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      [George] Bristow

13 December 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (10)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 12 December 1810; Next 14 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (10)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 12 December 1810; Next 14 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. May
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (10)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 12 December 1810; Next 14 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      [George] Bristow

14 December 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (11)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 13 December 1810; Next 15 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (11)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 13 December 1810; Next 15 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. May
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (11)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 13 December 1810; Next 15 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      [George] Bristow

15 December 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (12)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 14 December 1810; Next 17 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (12)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 14 December 1810; Next 17 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. May
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (12)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 14 December 1810; Next 17 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      [George] Bristow

17 December 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (13)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 15 December 1810; Next 18 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (13)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 15 December 1810; Next 18 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Acres

Cast Changes:

BUT  Jenny: Mrs. Daly (replaces Mrs. May)

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (13)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 15 December 1810; Next 18 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen: Richards
OMITS  Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen: [George] Bristow

General, Song


18 December 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (14)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 17 December 1810; Next 19 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (14)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 17 December 1810; Next 19 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (14)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 17 December 1810; Next 19 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

19 December 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (15)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 18 December 1810; Next 20 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (15)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 18 December 1810; Next 20 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (15)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 18 December 1810; Next 20 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

20 December 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (16)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 19 December 1810; Next 21 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (16)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 19 December 1810; Next 21 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (16)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 19 December 1810; Next 21 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

21 December 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (17)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 20 December 1810; Next 22 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (17)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 20 December 1810; Next 22 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (17)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 20 December 1810; Next 22 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

22 December 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (18)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 21 December 1810; Next 26 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (18)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 21 December 1810; Next 26 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (18)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 21 December 1810; Next 26 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

24 December 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Christmas Eve


25 December 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Christmas Day


26 December 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (19)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 22 December 1810; Next 27 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (19)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 22 December 1810

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: J. Lewis
Lively: Asker
Ali: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osmin: May
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Acres

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (19)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 22 December 1810; Next 27 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

General, Dance

General, Entertainment


27 December 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
27 December 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Nicoll gives subtitle as "The Madcap, " but no subtitle appears on any bill for this or subsequent seasons

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott; Composer: [James] Sanderson; Composer: E. Winslow

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Next 28 December 1810

Genre:  (Comic operetta) new Scotch comic opera burletta

First Night Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville (1st app any stage)
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott (1st time this season)
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

Cast Commentary

Entertainment

2)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (20)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 26 December 1810; Next 28 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (20)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 26 December 1810; Next 28 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

28 December 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
27 December 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (2)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 27 December 1810; Next 29 December 1810

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (21)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 27 December 1810; Next 29 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (21)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 27 December 1810; Next 29 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

29 December 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
27 December 1810
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (3)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 28 December 1810; Next 31 December 1810

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (22)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 28 December 1810; Next 31 December 1810

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (22)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 28 December 1810; Next 31 December 1810

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

31 December 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
31 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (23)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 29 December 1810; Next 1 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (4)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 29 December 1810; Next 1 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (23)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 29 December 1810; Next 1 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

General, Song


1 January 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
31 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (24)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 31 December 1810; Next 2 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (5)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 31 December 1810; Next 2 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (24)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 31 December 1810; Next 2 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

2 January 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
31 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (25)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 1 January 1811; Next 3 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (6)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 1 January 1811; Next 3 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (25)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 1 January 1811; Next 3 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

3 January 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
31 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (26)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 2 January 1811; Next 4 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (7)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 2 January 1811; Next 4 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (26)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 2 January 1811; Next 4 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

4 January 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
31 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (27)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 3 January 1811; Next 5 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (8)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 3 January 1811; Next 5 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (27)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 3 January 1811; Next 5 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

5 January 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
31 December 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (28)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 4 January 1811; Next 7 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (9)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 4 January 1811; Next 7 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (28)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 4 January 1811; Next 7 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

7 January 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
7 January 1811
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (29)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 5 January 1811; Next 8 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (10)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 5 January 1811; Next 8 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (29)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 5 January 1811; Next 8 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

8 January 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (30)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 7 January 1811; Next 9 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (11)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 7 January 1811; Next 9 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (30)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 7 January 1811; Next 9 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

9 January 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 January 1811
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (31)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 8 January 1811; Next 10 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (12)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 8 January 1811; Next 10 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (31)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 8 January 1811; Next 10 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

10 January 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (32)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 9 January 1811; Next 11 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (13)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 9 January 1811; Next 11 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (32)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 9 January 1811; Next 11 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

11 January 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (33)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 10 January 1811; Next 12 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (14)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 10 January 1811; Next 12 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (33)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 10 January 1811; Next 12 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

12 January 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 January 1811
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (34)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 11 January 1811; Next 14 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (15)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 11 January 1811; Next 14 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (34)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 11 January 1811; Next 14 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

14 January 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 January 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (35)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 12 January 1811; Next 15 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Lowland Romp (16)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 12 January 1811; Next 15 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

Title: General Commentary

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (35)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 12 January 1811; Next 15 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

Title: General Commentary

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


15 January 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 January 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (36)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 14 January 1811; Next 16 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (17)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 14 January 1811; Next 16 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (36)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 14 January 1811; Next 16 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

16 January 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 January 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (37)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 15 January 1811; Next 17 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (18)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 15 January 1811; Next 17 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (37)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 15 January 1811; Next 17 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

17 January 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 January 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (38)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 16 January 1811; Next 18 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (19)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 16 January 1811; Next 18 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (38)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 16 January 1811; Next 18 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

18 January 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 January 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (39)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 17 January 1811; Next 19 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (20)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 17 January 1811; Next 19 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (39)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 17 January 1811; Next 19 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

19 January 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 January 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (40)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 18 January 1811; Next 24 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (21)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 18 January 1811; Next 21 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (40)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 18 January 1811; Next 21 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

21 January 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
21 January 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Choreographer: Goodwin

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Next 22 January 1811

Genre:  (Ballet) new comic ballet dance

First Night Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

Cast Commentary

2)  The Lowland Romp (22)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 19 January 1811; Next 22 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (41)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 19 January 1811; Next 22 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

22 January 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
21 January 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (2)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 21 January 1811; Next 23 January 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  The Lowland Romp (23)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 21 January 1811; Next 23 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (42)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 21 January 1811; Next 23 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

23 January 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
21 January 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (3)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 22 January 1811; Next 12 February 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  The Lowland Romp (24)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 22 January 1811; Next 24 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (43)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 22 January 1811; Next 24 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

24 January 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
24 January 1811
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (41)

Title Comment:  now advertised under subtitle

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 19 January 1811; Next 25 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (25)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 23 January 1811; Next 25 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (44)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 23 January 1811; Next 25 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

25 January 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (42)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 24 January 1811; Next 26 January 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (26)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 24 January 1811; Next 26 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (45)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 24 January 1811; Next 26 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

26 January 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 January 1811
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (43)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 25 January 1811; Next 11 February 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (27)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 25 January 1811; Next 28 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (46)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 25 January 1811; Next 28 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: J. Lewis
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Asker
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

28 January 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 January 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (28)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 26 January 1811; Next 29 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Magistrate (1)

Author: [Miss Jane M. Scott]

Performances:  First 28 January 1811; Next 29 January 1811

Genre:  (Comic operetta) new serio comic opera burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
William: May
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
Fanny: Miss Acres
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (47)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 26 January 1811; Next 29 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

Cast Changes:

BUT  Hymen: Glenville (replaces Asker)
  Judge: Smith (replaces J. Lewis)

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


29 January 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 January 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (29)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 28 January 1811; Next 31 January 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Magistrate (2)

Performances:  First 28 January 1811; Previous 28 January 1811; Next 31 January 1811

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
William: May
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
Fanny: Miss Acres
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (48)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 28 January 1811; Next 31 January 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

30 January 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Martyr's Day


31 January 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 January 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (30)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 29 January 1811; Next 1 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Magistrate (3)

Performances:  First 28 January 1811; Previous 29 January 1811; Next 1 February 1811

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
William: May
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
Fanny: Miss Acres
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (49)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 29 January 1811; Next 1 February 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

1 February 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 January 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (31)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 31 January 1811; Next 2 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Magistrate (4)

Performances:  First 28 January 1811; Previous 31 January 1811; Next 2 February 1811

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
William: May
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
Fanny: Miss Acres
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (50)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 31 January 1811; Next 2 February 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

2 February 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 January 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (32)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 1 February 1811; Next 4 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Magistrate (5)

Performances:  First 28 January 1811; Previous 1 February 1811; Next 4 February 1811

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
William: May
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
Fanny: Miss Acres
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (51)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 1 February 1811; Next 4 February 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

4 February 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 February 1811
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lowland Romp (33)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 2 February 1811; Next 5 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Magistrate (6)

Performances:  First 28 January 1811; Previous 2 February 1811; Next 5 February 1811

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
William: May
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
Fanny: Miss Acres
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (52)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 2 February 1811; Next 5 February 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

5 February 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Lowland Romp (34)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 4 February 1811; Next 6 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Magistrate (7)

Performances:  First 28 January 1811; Previous 4 February 1811; Next 6 February 1811

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
William: May
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
Fanny: Miss Acres
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (53)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 4 February 1811; Next 6 February 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

6 February 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Lowland Romp (35)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 5 February 1811; Next 7 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Magistrate (8)

Performances:  First 28 January 1811; Previous 5 February 1811; Next 7 February 1811

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
William: May
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
Fanny: Miss Acres
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (54)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 5 February 1811; Next 7 February 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

7 February 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Lowland Romp (36)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 6 February 1811; Next 8 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Magistrate (9)

Performances:  First 28 January 1811; Previous 6 February 1811; Next 8 February 1811

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
William: May
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
Fanny: Miss Acres
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (55)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 6 February 1811; Next 8 February 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

8 February 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Lowland Romp (37)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 7 February 1811; Next 9 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Magistrate (10)

Performances:  First 28 January 1811; Previous 7 February 1811; Next 9 February 1811

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
William: May
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
Fanny: Miss Acres
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (56)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 7 February 1811; Next 9 February 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

9 February 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Lowland Romp (38)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 8 February 1811; Next 11 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Magistrate (11)

Performances:  First 28 January 1811; Previous 8 February 1811; Next 4 March 1811

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
William: May
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
Fanny: Miss Acres
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (57)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 8 February 1811; Next 11 February 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

11 February 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 February 1811
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: [Henry] Hengler

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (44)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 26 January 1811; Next 25 February 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: J. Lewis
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (39)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 9 February 1811; Next 12 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (58)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 9 February 1811; Next 12 February 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


12 February 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 February 1811
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (4)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 23 January 1811; Next 13 February 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  The Animated Effigy (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott; Composer: [James] Sanderson

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Next 13 February 1811

Genre:  (Farce) new comic farcical burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

Cast Commentary

3)  The Lowland Romp (40)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 11 February 1811; Next 13 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (59)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 11 February 1811; Next 13 February 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

13 February 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (5)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 12 February 1811; Next 14 February 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  The Animated Effigy (2)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 12 February 1811; Next 14 February 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

3)  The Lowland Romp (41)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 12 February 1811; Next 14 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (60)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 12 February 1811; Next 14 February 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

14 February 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (6)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 13 February 1811; Next 15 February 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  The Animated Effigy (3)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 13 February 1811; Next 15 February 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

3)  The Lowland Romp (42)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 13 February 1811; Next 15 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (61)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 13 February 1811; Next 15 February 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

15 February 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (7)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 14 February 1811; Next 16 February 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  The Animated Effigy (4)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 14 February 1811; Next 16 February 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

3)  The Lowland Romp (43)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 14 February 1811; Next 16 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (62)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 14 February 1811; Next 16 February 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

16 February 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (8)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 15 February 1811; Next 4 March 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  The Animated Effigy (5)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 15 February 1811; Next 18 February 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

3)  The Lowland Romp (44)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 15 February 1811; Next 18 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (63)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 15 February 1811; Next 14 March 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Lewin
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

18 February 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 February 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (45)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 16 February 1811; Next 19 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Animated Effigy (6)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 16 February 1811; Next 19 February 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (1)

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott; Composer: [James] Sanderson

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Next 19 February 1811

Genre:  (Comic pantomime) entire new comic pantomime

First Night Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa (the Necromancer): J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo (or lover): Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
(Pantaloon's three servants)
      Grim Wisker: Daly
      Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
      Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
(Clown's comic burlesque serenade)
      barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
      bellman: Thorpe
      cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino (Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown): [James] Kirby
Female Statue (afterwards Columbine): Miss Ruggles
Rosa (a market girl): Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne (Goddess of Mirth): Miss Acres
Ganymead (cup bearer to Jupiter): Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes (attendants on Bacchus):
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

Entertainment

Spectacle

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description


19 February 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 February 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (46)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 18 February 1811; Next 20 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Animated Effigy (7)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 18 February 1811; Next 20 February 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (2)

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Previous 18 February 1811; Next 20 February 1811

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo: Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
Grim Wisker: Daly
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: Thorpe
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino: [James] Kirby
Female Statue: Miss Ruggles
Rosa: Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne: Miss Acres
Ganymead: Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes:
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

20 February 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 February 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (47)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 19 February 1811; Next 21 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Animated Effigy (8)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 19 February 1811; Next 21 February 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (3)

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Previous 19 February 1811; Next 21 February 1811

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo: Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
Grim Wisker: Daly
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: Thorpe
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino: [James] Kirby
Female Statue: Miss Ruggles
Rosa: Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne: Miss Acres
Ganymead: Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes:
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

21 February 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 February 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (48)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 20 February 1811; Next 22 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Animated Effigy (9)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 20 February 1811; Next 22 February 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (4)

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Previous 20 February 1811; Next 22 February 1811

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo: Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
Grim Wisker: Daly
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: Thorpe
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino: [James] Kirby
Female Statue: Miss Ruggles
Rosa: Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne: Miss Acres
Ganymead: Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes:
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

22 February 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 February 1811
playbill
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1)  The Lowland Romp (49)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 21 February 1811; Next 23 February 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Animated Effigy (10)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 21 February 1811; Next 23 February 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (5)

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Previous 21 February 1811; Next 23 February 1811

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo: Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
Grim Wisker: Daly
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: Thorpe
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino: [James] Kirby
Female Statue: Miss Ruggles
Rosa: Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne: Miss Acres
Ganymead: Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes:
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

23 February 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 February 1811
playbill
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1)  The Lowland Romp (50)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 22 February 1811; Next 11 March 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Animated Effigy (11)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 22 February 1811; Next 25 February 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (6)

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Previous 22 February 1811; Next 25 February 1811

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo: Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
Grim Wisker: Daly
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: Thorpe
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino: [James] Kirby
Female Statue: Miss Ruggles
Rosa: Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne: Miss Acres
Ganymead: Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes:
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

25 February 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 February 1811
playbill
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1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (45)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 11 February 1811; Next 26 February 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: Daly
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Mrs. Daly
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

Cast Changes:

ADDS  female peasants: Mrs. Daly
BUT  Seberto: Daly (replaces J. Lewis)

Cast Commentary

2)  The Animated Effigy (12)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 23 February 1811; Next 26 February 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (7)

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Previous 23 February 1811; Next 26 February 1811

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Lewin
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo: Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
Grim Wisker: Daly
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: Thorpe
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino: [James] Kirby
Female Statue: Miss Ruggles
Rosa: Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne: Miss Acres
Ganymead: Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes:
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

Cast Changes:

BUT  Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Lewin (replaces Auld)

General, Song

General, Song Commentary


26 February 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 February 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (46)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 25 February 1811; Next 28 February 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: Daly
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Mrs. Daly
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Animated Effigy (13)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 25 February 1811; Next 28 February 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (8)

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Previous 25 February 1811; Next 28 February 1811

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Lewin
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo: Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
Grim Wisker: Daly
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: Thorpe
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino: [James] Kirby
Female Statue: Miss Ruggles
Rosa: Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne: Miss Acres
Ganymead: Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes:
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

27 February 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Ash Wednesday


28 February 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 February 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (47)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 26 February 1811; Next 2 March 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: Daly
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Mrs. Daly
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Animated Effigy (14)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 26 February 1811; Next 2 March 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (9)

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Previous 26 February 1811; Next 2 March 1811

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Lewin
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo: Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
Grim Wisker: Daly
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: Thorpe
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino: [James] Kirby
Female Statue: Miss Ruggles
Rosa: Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne: Miss Acres
Ganymead: Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes:
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

1 March 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


2 March 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 February 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (48)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 28 February 1811; Next 14 March 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: Daly
Julian: J[ohn] Isaacs
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Mrs. Daly
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Animated Effigy (15)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 28 February 1811; Next 4 March 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (10)

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Previous 28 February 1811; Next 4 March 1811

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Lewin
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo: Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
Grim Wisker: Daly
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: Thorpe
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino: [James] Kirby
Female Statue: Miss Ruggles
Rosa: Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne: Miss Acres
Ganymead: Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes:
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

4 March 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 March 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (9)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 16 February 1811; Next 5 March 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  The Magistrate (12)

Performances:  First 28 January 1811; Previous 9 February 1811; Next 5 March 1811

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
William: May
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
Fanny: Miss Acres
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Animated Effigy (16)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 2 March 1811; Next 5 March 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

4)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (11)

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Previous 2 March 1811; Next 5 March 1811

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo: Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
Grim Wisker: Daly
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: Thorpe
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino: [James] Kirby
Female Statue: Miss Ruggles
Rosa: Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne: Miss Acres
Ganymead: Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes:
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

Cast Changes:

BUT  Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld (replaces Lewin)

5 March 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 March 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (10)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 4 March 1811; Next 7 March 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  The Magistrate (13)

Performances:  First 28 January 1811; Previous 4 March 1811; Next 7 March 1811

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
William: May
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
Fanny: Miss Acres
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Animated Effigy (17)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 4 March 1811; Next 7 March 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

4)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (12)

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Previous 4 March 1811; Next 7 March 1811

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo: Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
Grim Wisker: Daly
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: Thorpe
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino: [James] Kirby
Female Statue: Miss Ruggles
Rosa: Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne: Miss Acres
Ganymead: Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes:
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

6 March 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


7 March 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 March 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (11)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 5 March 1811; Next 9 March 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  The Magistrate (14)

Performances:  First 28 January 1811; Previous 5 March 1811; Next 9 March 1811

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
William: May
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
Fanny: Miss Acres
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Animated Effigy (18)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 5 March 1811; Next 9 March 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

4)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (13)

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Previous 5 March 1811; Next 9 March 1811

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo: Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
Grim Wisker: Daly
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: Thorpe
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino: [James] Kirby
Female Statue: Miss Ruggles
Rosa: Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne: Miss Acres
Ganymead: Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes:
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

8 March 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


9 March 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 March 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (12)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 7 March 1811; Next 11 March 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  The Magistrate (15)

Performances:  First 28 January 1811; Previous 7 March 1811

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
William: May
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
Fanny: Miss Acres
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Animated Effigy (19)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 7 March 1811; Next 11 March 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

4)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (14)

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Previous 7 March 1811; Next 11 March 1811

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo: Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
Grim Wisker: Daly
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: Thorpe
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino: [James] Kirby
Female Statue: Miss Ruggles
Rosa: Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne: Miss Acres
Ganymead: Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes:
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

11 March 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 March 1811
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (13)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 9 March 1811; Next 12 March 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  The Lowland Romp (51)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 23 February 1811; Next 12 March 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Animated Effigy (20)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 9 March 1811; Next 12 March 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

4)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (15)

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Previous 9 March 1811; Next 12 March 1811

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo: Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
Grim Wisker: Daly
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: Thorpe
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino: [James] Kirby
Female Statue: Miss Ruggles
Rosa: Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne: Miss Acres
Ganymead: Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes:
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

12 March 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 March 1811
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (14)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 11 March 1811; Next 14 March 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  The Lowland Romp (52)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 11 March 1811; Next 25 March 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Animated Effigy (21)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 11 March 1811; Next 14 March 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

4)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (16)

Performances:  First 18 February 1811; Previous 11 March 1811

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J[ohn] Isaacs
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Featherissimo: Goodwin
Old Dame Thump: [Edwin] Yarnold
Grim Wisker: Daly
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      Glenville
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Miss Acres
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: Thorpe
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino: [James] Kirby
Female Statue: Miss Ruggles
Rosa: Miss Acres
Columbine's female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Porter
      Miss Fairbrother
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ray
      Miss Harris
      Miss May
      May
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Daly
Uphrosyne: Miss Acres
Ganymead: Miss Davis
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Miss Monro
      Miss Swan
      Miss Yates
females bearing offerings:
      Miss May
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Banfield
princes:
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      Lewin
      Daly
      Glenville
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Master Le Brun

13 March 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


14 March 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 March 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Benefit: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (15)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 12 March 1811; Next 16 March 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (49)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 2 March 1811; Next 16 March 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: Daly
Julian: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Mrs. Daly
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

Cast Changes:

BUT  Julian: Miss [Jane M.] Scott (replaces J[ohn] Isaacs)

Cast Commentary

3)  The Animated Effigy (22)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 12 March 1811; Next 16 March 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (64)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 16 February 1811; Next 16 March 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

Cast Changes:

BUT  Crabstick, or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes (replaces Lewin)

Cast Commentary

General, Music

General, Entertainment


15 March 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


16 March 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (16)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 14 March 1811; Next 18 March 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (50)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 14 March 1811; Next 18 March 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: Daly
Julian: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Mrs. Daly
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

3)  The Animated Effigy (23)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 14 March 1811; Next 18 March 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (65)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 14 March 1811; Next 18 March 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

18 March 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 March 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (17)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 16 March 1811; Next 19 March 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (51)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 16 March 1811; Next 19 March 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: Daly
Julian: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Mrs. Daly
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

3)  The Animated Effigy (24)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 16 March 1811; Next 19 March 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (66)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 16 March 1811; Next 19 March 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

19 March 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (18)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 18 March 1811; Next 21 March 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (52)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 18 March 1811; Next 21 March 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: Daly
Julian: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Mrs. Daly
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

3)  The Animated Effigy (25)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 18 March 1811; Next 21 March 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (67)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 18 March 1811; Next 21 March 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

20 March 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


21 March 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (19)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 19 March 1811; Next 23 March 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (53)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 19 March 1811; Next 23 March 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: Daly
Julian: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Mrs. Daly
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

3)  The Animated Effigy (26)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 19 March 1811; Next 23 March 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (68)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 19 March 1811; Next 23 March 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

22 March 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


23 March 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (20)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 21 March 1811; Next 25 March 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (54)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 21 March 1811; Next 28 March 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: Daly
Julian: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Mrs. Daly
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

3)  The Animated Effigy (27)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 21 March 1811; Next 25 March 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (69)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 21 March 1811; Next 25 March 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [James] Kirby
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

25 March 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 March 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (21)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 23 March 1811; Next 26 March 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  The Lowland Romp (53)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 12 March 1811; Next 26 March 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Animated Effigy (28)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 23 March 1811; Next 26 March 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (70)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 23 March 1811; Next 26 March 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [George] Bristow
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

Cast Changes:

BUT  Snowball, or Clown: [George] Bristow (replaces [James] Kirby)

26 March 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 March 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Soldier's Frolic (22)

Performances:  First 21 January 1811; Previous 25 March 1811

Cast:

dancer: Goodwin

2)  The Lowland Romp (54)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 25 March 1811; Next 28 March 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Animated Effigy (29)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 25 March 1811; Next 2 April 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (71)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 25 March 1811; Next 28 March 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [George] Bristow
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

27 March 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


28 March 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (55)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 23 March 1811; Next 30 March 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: Daly
Julian: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Mrs. Daly
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (55)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 26 March 1811; Next 30 March 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (72)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 26 March 1811; Next 30 March 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [George] Bristow
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

29 March 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


30 March 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
30 March 1811
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (56)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 28 March 1811

Cast:

Don Alverez: Auld
Foliano: Goodwin
Douro: [Robert?] Stebbing
Seberto: Daly
Julian: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Don Martin de Mello: Thorpe
1st peasant: Lewin
2d peasant: Godbee
Dalinda: Miss Ruggles
Emma: Miss Banfield
principal vocal peasants:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Banfield
principal dancing female peasants:
      Miss M. Ruggles
      Miss Le Brun
female peasants:
      Miss Ward
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Mrs. Daly
male peasants:
      May
      [George] Bristow
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Godbee

2)  The Lowland Romp (56)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 28 March 1811; Next 2 April 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (73)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 28 March 1811; Next 2 April 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [George] Bristow
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

1 April 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


2 April 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 April 1811
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Animated Effigy (30)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 26 March 1811; Next 4 April 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

2)  The Lowland Romp (57)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 30 March 1811; Next 4 April 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (74)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 30 March 1811; Next 4 April 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [George] Bristow
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

Title: General Commentary

General, Song

General, Song Commentary

General, Advertisement


3 April 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


4 April 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 April 1811
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Animated Effigy (31)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 2 April 1811; Next 6 April 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

2)  The Lowland Romp (58)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 2 April 1811; Next 6 April 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (75)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 2 April 1811; Next 6 April 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [George] Bristow
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


5 April 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


6 April 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
6 April 1811
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Lowland Romp (59)

Performances:  First 27 December 1810; Previous 4 April 1811

Cast:

Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
old woman: [Edwin] Yarnold
1st girl: Miss Banfield
1st peasant: Daly
2nd peasant: Godbee
dancers:
      May
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      [George] Bristow
      Smith
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Fairbrother
      Miss Shaw

2)  The Animated Effigy (32)

Performances:  First 12 February 1811; Previous 4 April 1811

Cast:

Sir George Loiter: Goodwin
'Squire Dashwood: J[ohn] Isaacs
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
waiter: May
ostler: Daly
Philip: [James] Barnes
Lady Rachael: Mrs. Daly
Rachael Thorn: Miss Banfield
Patty: Mrs. May
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
undesignated character:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Ward

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (76)

Performances:  First 3 December 1810; Previous 4 April 1811

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: [James] Barnes
Frisk, or lover: Goodwin
Snowball, or Clown: [George] Bristow
Frost: J[ohn] Isaacs
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Smith
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Thorpe
      J[ohn] Isaacs
officer: Godbee
butcher: May
Goody Twitch: [George] Bristow
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: [Edwin] Yarnold
earthenware man: Cross
smith: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
cottage girl: Miss Banfield
Summer: Miss Acres
Flora: Miss Banfield
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Hymen: Glenville
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      May
      Godbee
      [Edwin] Yarnold
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. May
      Miss Fairbrother
      Richards

General, Song

General, Dance

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary

Seasonal Summary

Sans Pareil Theatre. Doors open 5:30, curtain 6:30, half price 8:30.

Ticket prices: box 4/-, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

3 Dec 1810 - 6 Apr 1811; 92 performances: 92 evening

Benefit (2):Miss [Jane M.] Scott (14 Mar 1811)
[Henry] Hengler (11 Feb 1811)
Dark (16):Ash Wednesday (27 Feb 1811)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1810)
Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1810)
Lent (1 Mar 1811, 6 Mar 1811, 8 Mar 1811, 13 Mar 1811, 15 Mar 1811, 20 Mar 1811, 22 Mar 1811, 27 Mar 1811, 29 Mar 1811, 1 Apr 1811, 3 Apr 1811, 5 Apr 1811)
Martyr's Day (30 Jan 1811)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Scott, John
Ballet masters and mistresses:Goodwin
Musical composers and arrangers:Sanderson, James
Box bookkeepers:Caton
Scene painters:Kirby
Mathews
Merrick
Scott, John, Jr.
Stage mechanics:Scott, John
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Godbee
Printers:Lowndes and Hobbs, Marquis-court, Drury Lane (contractor)
T. Romney, Bridge-road, Lambeth (contractor)

Authors/Pieces

Goodwin Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (3 Dec 1810)
Soldier's Frolic, The (21 Jan 1811)
Sanderson, James Animated Effigy, The (12 Feb 1811)
Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (3 Dec 1810)
Lowland Romp, The (27 Dec 1810)
Magic Pipe, The; or, Dancing Mad (3 Dec 1810)
Magistrate, The (28 Jan 1811)
Necromancer, The; or, The Golden Key (18 Feb 1811)
Scott, Miss Jane M. Animated Effigy, The (12 Feb 1811)
Disappointments; or, Love in Castile (3 Dec 1810)
Lowland Romp, The (27 Dec 1810)
Magic Pipe, The; or, Dancing Mad (3 Dec 1810)
Magistrate, The (28 Jan 1811)
Necromancer, The; or, The Golden Key (18 Feb 1811)
Two Misers of Smyrna, The; or, Mufti's Tomb (3 Dec 1810)
Winslow, E. Lowland Romp, The (27 Dec 1810)

Music Composers/Pieces

Sanderson, James New medley overture (3 Dec 1810)

Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Mock bolero (3 Dec 1810)
Spanish and other dances (3 Dec 1810)

Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted clown's comic confession, A (18 Feb 1811)
Country court of justice with Clown's examination (3 Dec 1810)

Spectacle/Pieces

Unlisted Bacchanalian bower and grand splendid procession (18 Feb 1811)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Kirby Celestial scene (3 Dec 1810)
Flower pavilion (3 Dec 1810)
Frost with mechanical fall of snow, a (3 Dec 1810)
Unlisted Title # 005 (3 Dec 1810)
Mathews Inside of a cottage (3 Dec 1810)
Ironmonger's shop (3 Dec 1810)
Lodge and view, a (3 Dec 1810)
Market, a (3 Dec 1810)
Merrick New tree wings, sea, watch tower (3 Dec 1810)
Scott, John, Jr. Court of justice (3 Dec 1810)
Queen's College, Oxford (3 Dec 1810)
Unattributed Dungeon of Inquisition (18 Feb 1811)
Enchanted wood with magic styles (18 Feb 1811)
Illeg antechamber (18 Feb 1811)
Interior of Necromancer's study (18 Feb 1811)
Italian confectioner's shop (18 Feb 1811)
Italian villa (18 Feb 1811)
Magnificent grapery in the groves of Bacchus (18 Feb 1811)
Moonlight with serenade (18 Feb 1811)
Pantaloon's library (18 Feb 1811)
Statue of Columbine (18 Feb 1811)
Tomb of Harlequin (18 Feb 1811)
View near Florence (18 Feb 1811)
Vineyard (18 Feb 1811)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

*  Animated Effigy, The

(Farce by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Sanderson, James (Composer) (32 Performances, 12 Feb 1811 - 6 Apr 1811)

Summary Cast:

*  Disappointments; or, Love in Castile

(Melodrama, 2 acts) by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Goodwin (Choreographer); Sanderson, James (Composer) (56 Performances, 3 Dec 1810 - 30 Mar 1811)

Summary Cast:

*  Lowland Romp, The

(Comic operetta by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Sanderson, James (Composer); Winslow, E. (Composer) (59 Performances, 27 Dec 1810 - 6 Apr 1811)

Summary Cast:

*  Magic Pipe, The; or, Dancing Mad

(Pantomime by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Sanderson, James (Composer) (76 Performances, 3 Dec 1810 - 6 Apr 1811)

Summary Cast:

Magistrate, The

(Comic operetta by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (15 Performances, 28 Jan 1811 - 9 Mar 1811)

Summary Cast:

Necromancer, The; or, The Golden Key

(Comic pantomime by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Sanderson, James (Composer) (16 Performances, 18 Feb 1811 - 12 Mar 1811)

Summary Cast:

*  Soldier's Frolic, The

(Ballet by Goodwin (Choreographer) (22 Performances, 21 Jan 1811 - 26 Mar 1811)

Summary Cast:

Two Misers of Smyrna, The; or, Mufti's Tomb

(Farce by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Sanderson, James (Composer) (19 Performances, 3 Dec 1810 - 26 Dec 1810)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Asker

Auld

Barnes, James

Bristow, George

Chapman

Cross

Daly

Glenville

Godbee

Goodwin

Isaacs, John

Kirby, James

Le Brun, Master

Lewin

Lewis, J.

May

Morelli

Richards

Rose

Schmidt

Simpson, C. H.

Smith

Stebbing, Robert

Thorpe

Yarnold, Edwin

Yates

Actresses

Acres, Miss

Banfield, Miss

Daly, Mrs.

Davis, Miss

Fairbrother, Miss

Harris, Miss

Le Brun, Miss

Lever, Miss

May, Miss

May, Mrs.

Monro, Miss

Moor, Miss

Porter, Miss

Ray, Miss

Ruggles, Miss

Ruggles, Miss M.

Scott, Miss Jane M.

Shaw, Miss

Swan, Miss

Ward, Miss

Yates, Miss

Dancers

Goodwin

Lever, Miss

Ward, Miss

Entertainers

Auld

Barnes

Bristow, George

Goodwin

Hengler, Henry

Kirby, James

May

Scott, Miss Jane M.

Thorpe

Musicians

Schmidt

Singers

Acres, Miss

Glenville

Isaacs, John

May

Rose

Simpson, C. H.

Stebbing, Robert

Thorpe

Spectacle Performers

Barnes

General Music Composers/Pieces

Unlisted Trumpet concerto (14 Mar 1811)

General Song Composers/Pieces

Dibdin, Charles Life's Weather Gauge (25 Feb 1811)
Sanderson, James Lilly from Jamaica; or, The Negro in London (2 Apr 1811)
Unlisted Bag of Nails, The (6 Apr 1811)
Bonny Lad (6 Apr 1811)
Favorite Vauxhall song (31 Dec 1810)
Four-and-Twenty Lord Mayor's Shows (6 Apr 1811)
Hunting song (17 Dec 1810)
Let Fame Sound the Trumpet (6 Apr 1811)
Live and Be Jolly (6 Apr 1811)
Miss Margery Muggins (6 Apr 1811)
Old Times (6 Apr 1811)

General Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Triple hornpipe (26 Dec 1810)

General Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Death and the Fiddle (4 Apr 1811)
Flight from the back of the gallery to the stage Barnes with accompaniment on the trumpet (4 Apr 1811)
Irish Schoolmaster, The (26 Dec 1810)
Old Times (26 Dec 1810)
Performance on two ladders (26 Dec 1810)
Wild Man (6 Apr 1811)



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