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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 1815-1816

Edited by Franklin Case

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

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

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

Contents

Illustration

The Season

Under the management of its proprietor, John Scott, The Strand Theatre opened its new season 30 October 1815, with Miss Jane Scott's Asgard The Daemon Hunter, The Conjurer, and The Summer House. The season closed 135 evening performances later on 6 April 1816, with performances of The Old Oak Chest and Stratagems. Of the season's works, six were ballets, seven were burlettas, one a comic pantomime, one a drama, one a divertissement, four were melodramas, one an operatic entertainment, and two were pantomimes.

Based on the number of performances, the most durable and admired of these works were: The Conjurer (a burletta, 49 performances); Love in the Vintage (a ballet, 46 performances); The Witch and the Owl (a pantomime, 44 performances); The Old Oak Chest (a melodrama, 39 performances); Jamie of Aberdeen (a ballet, 24 performances); The Inscription (a ballet, 29 performances); Harlequin Rasselas (a pantomime, 21 performances); Asgard The Daemon Hunter (a melodrama, 18 performances). Apparently, this season's audiences thrived on ballet and pantomime, with melodrama enjoying its usual strong showing.

During this season, Miss Jane Scott's burletta The Conjurer was produced for the first time in England with these words of praise on the bill: "Now performing in Paris and through the provinces with enthusiastic approbation." For the opening of her melodrama Asgard The Daemon Hunter on 30 October, an entirely new architectural front drop scene was introduced, "representing a grand imperial palace" with statues and banners celebrating Roman historical figures. The Two Little Savoyards was performed for the first time since September 1808, according to Nicoll's History. The bill emphasizes that the performance took place "with the original French music." Harlequin Rasselas, author unknown, was based on Dr. Johnson's tale, and its bill contains a detailed plot summary. Master Snelling (age 4) performed the flute selections in Love in the Vintage in his first public appearance. Alphonso was written from the renowned romance of Gonzalve de Cordova.

"Tippitywichet" sung during Stratagems was by Charles Dibdin, the younger. While at Sadler's Wells, Dibdin had begun a series of broad songs and extravaganzas sung by the Clown, Joseph Grimaldi. Of these songs, "Tippitywichet" and "Hot Codlings," became standards and suffered the dubious distinction of being appropriated by "piratical publications," as Dibdin put it. The Theatrical Inquisitor had this to say in January:

Miss Scott deserves much praise for her exertions to render this house deservedly attractive. The interior is really fitted up in a respectable manner, and several new pieces of merit have been produced, particularly one called The Inscription, apparently founded on Murphy's Desert Island. The pantomime [The Witch and the Owl] is also remarkedly amusing (p. 77).

The theatre was dark for Martyr's Day, 30 January 1816, and for Ash Wednesday, 28 February 1816.

FC

Daily Calendar For 1815-1816


30 Oct 1815
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
30 Oct 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (1)

Title Comment 1st time in this country; "Now performing in Paris and through the provinces with enthusiastic approbation" (bill)
AU: Miss [Jane M.] Scott, COMP: John Jolly

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, next 31 Oct 1815

Genre (burletta) new comic burletta

First Night Cast

Blaise: Weston (from TR, Dublin, 1st time this stage); Bastien: Powell (1st time this stage); Lucien Lenois: J. Jones (from TR, Haymarket, 1st time here); Mme. Belfleur: Mrs. Daly (1st app for two years); Nannette: Mrs. Weston (from TR, Dublin, 1st app this stage); Laurette: Miss [Jane M.] Scott; principal dancers: Master Louis R. Dore (from King's Th, 1st app here), [Richard] Flexmore, [Charles?] Leclercq, Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

Cast Comment This name is spelled "Leclerq," "LeClerq" or "Le Clercq"; Louis R. Dore was first billed as Robert Louis Dore on 30 October 1815. "Powell" is frequently spelled "Powel"; it is not impossible there are two men, but we have entered only one name "Powell."

Reference Cast

Blaise: Weston
Bastien: Robert? Stebbing
Lucien Lenois: J. Jones
Mme. Belfleur: Mrs. Daly
Nannette: Mrs. Weston
Laurette: Miss Jane M. Scott
principal dancers:
   Master Louis R. Dore
   Richard Flexmore
   Charles? Leclercq
   Mme. Charles? Leclercq

song: J. Jones (in character)

grand incidental dance

2) The Summer House (1)

AU: [Miss Jane M. Scott], COMP: [Lawrence]
Au Comm Authors' names added in MS on NN 18 Feb 1815

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, next 31 Oct 1815

Genre (comic operetta) favorite burletta

First Night Cast

General Touchwood: Santer (from TR, Bath, 1st time here); Trot: [Robert?] Stebbing; Sir Devereux Daisy: [James] Villiers; forrester: [R. H.] Widdicomb; gardeners: [C. H.?] Simpson, Addison; Susan: Mrs. Riley; Jemima: Mrs. Dornton (1st app for two years)

Reference Cast

General Touchwood: Santer
Trot: Robert? Stebbing
Sir Devereux Daisy: James
   Villiers

forrester: R. H. Widdicomb
gardeners:
   C. H.? Simpson
   Addison
Susan: Mrs. Riley
Jemima: Mrs. Dornton

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (1)

Title Comment 1st time these three years
AU: [Miss Jane M. Scott]

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, next 31 Oct 1815

Genre (melodrama) melodramatic serious pantomime

First Night Cast

Baron Wildgrave: [Frederick] Hartland (1st time here); Asgard, the Daemon Hunter: Austin (1st time here); Oswald (the Hermit of the Wood): [Edwin] Yarnold; Hoeland (farmer, vassal of the Baron): [Robert?] Stebbing; Leopold: [Charles?] Leclercq; vocal hunters (friends of the Baron): Sherriff, Swinney, Daly, [R. H.] Widdicomb, Powell, Santer; pages, attendants: Smith, [C. H.?] Simpson, [Richard] Flexmore; harvest peasants: Bemetzrieder, Addison, Shaw, [Thomas S.?] Hamblin; daemon hounds: Gardel, Florio, Salner, Debray; inquisitors: [R. H.] Widdicomb, Morgan, Ellis, Davis, Ward; Adeline (runaway nun, married to Baron): Miss Browne; Joletta (her faithful attendant): Mrs. Riley; Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly; Lilla (daughter of Hoeland): Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq; Lucina: Mrs. Dornton; attendants on Adeline: Miss Sealey, Miss Davenport farmer's children Paulina: Miss Hart; Rosina: Miss Weston female peasants: Miss Garcia, Miss Thornton, Miss Bailey, Miss Cannon

Cast Comment Sherriff's name frequently spelled with one "r"

Reference Cast

Baron Wildgrave: Frederick
   Hartland

Asgard, the Daemon Hunter:
   Austin

Oswald: Edwin Yarnold
Hoeland: Robert? Stebbing
Leopold: Charles? Leclercq
vocal hunters:
   Sherriff
   Daly
   R. H. Widdicomb
   Santer
   Swinney
   Powell
pages, attendants:
   Smith
   C. H.? Simpson
   Richard Flexmore
harvest peasants:
   Bemetzrieder
   Addison
   Shaw
   Hampton
daemon hounds:
   Gardel
   Florio
   Salner
   Debray
inquisitors:
   R. H. Widdicomb
   Morgan
   Ellis
   Davis
   Ward
Adeline: Miss Browne
Joletta: Mrs. Riley
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Mme. Charles? Leclercq
Lucina: Mrs. Dornton
attendants on Adeline:
   Miss Sealey
   Miss Davenport
Paulina: Miss Hart
Rosina: Miss Weston
female peasants:
   Miss Garcia
   Miss Thornton
   Miss Bailey
   Miss Cannon

song: Mrs. Dornton (in character)

(dii) rural dance festival: [Charles?] Leclercq, Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq; (dvii)pas seul: Master Louis R. Dore

General Non-Title Information

entire new architectural front drop scene introduced on the opening of the season, 30 October, "representing a grand imperial palace" with statues and banners celebrating Roman historical figures


31 Oct 1815
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
30 Oct 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (2)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 30 Oct 1815, next 1 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

BUT Bastien: Powell

2) The Summer House (2)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 30 Oct 1815, next 1 Nov 1815

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (2)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 30 Oct 1815, next 1 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

OMITS harvest peasants: Hampton
ADDS harvest peasants: [Thomas S.?] Hamblin


1 Nov 1815
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
30 Oct 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (3)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 31 Oct 1815, next 2 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

BUT Bastien: Powell

2) The Summer House (3)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 31 Oct 1815, next 2 Nov 1815

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (3)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 31 Oct 1815, next 2 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

OMITS harvest peasants: Hampton
ADDS harvest peasants: [Thomas S.?] Hamblin

2 Nov 1815
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
2 Nov 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (4)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 1 Nov 1815, next 3 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

BUT Bastien: Powell

2) The Summer House (4)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 1 Nov 1815, next 3 Nov 1815

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (4)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 1 Nov 1815, next 3 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

OMITS harvest peasants: Hampton
ADDS harvest peasants: [Thomas S.?] Hamblin

3 Nov 1815
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
2 Nov 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (5)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 2 Nov 1815, next 4 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

BUT Bastien: Powell

2) The Summer House (5)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 2 Nov 1815, next 4 Nov 1815

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (5)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 2 Nov 1815, next 4 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

OMITS harvest peasants: Hampton
ADDS harvest peasants: [Thomas S.?] Hamblin

4 Nov 1815
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
2 Nov 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (6)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 3 Nov 1815, next 6 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

BUT Bastien: Powell

2) The Summer House (6)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 3 Nov 1815

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (6)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 3 Nov 1815, next 6 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

OMITS harvest peasants: Hampton
ADDS harvest peasants: [Thomas S.?] Hamblin

6 Nov 1815
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
6 Nov 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (7)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 4 Nov 1815, next 7 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

BUT Bastien: Powell

2) The Gipsy Girl (1)

AU: [Miss Jane M. Scott]

Performances first 6 Nov 1815, next 7 Nov 1815

Genre (farce) new pastoral comic burletta

First Night Cast

Farmer Furrow: [Robert?] Stebbing; George Furrow (his son): J. Jones; Dozey: Daly; Clod: Weston; Cryer: [Edwin] Yarnold; rustics: [R. H.] Widdicomb, Sherriff, [C. H.?] Simpson, Shaw, Bemetzrieder, Addison, Smith; Dolly Dozey: Mrs. Weston; Bridget Bright-thorn: Mrs. Daly; Fanny: Mrs. Riley; Kate: Miss Garcia; Anne (country girl disguised as a Gypsy): Mrs. Dornton; female peasants: Miss Hart, Miss Thornton, Miss Davenport, Miss Cannon, Miss Bailey, Miss Sealey

Reference Cast

Farmer Furrow: Robert? Stebbing
George Furrow: J. Jones
Dozey: Daly
Clod: Weston
Cryer: Edwin Yarnold
rustics:
   R. H. Widdicomb
   Sherriff
   C. H.? Simpson
   Shaw
   Bemetzrieder
   Addison
   Smith
   Swinney
Dolly Dozey: Mrs. Weston
Bridget Bright-thorn: Mrs. Daly
Fanny: Mrs. Riley
Kate: Miss Garcia
Anne: Mrs. Dornton
female peasants:
   Miss Hart
   Miss Thornton
   Miss Davenport
   Miss Cannon
   Miss Bailey
   Miss Sealey

comic dance: [Richard] Flexmore

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (7)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 4 Nov 1815, next 7 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

OMITS vocal hunters: Swinney

7 Nov 1815
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
6 Nov 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (8)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 6 Nov 1815, next 8 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

BUT Bastien: Powell

2) The Gipsy Girl (2)

Performances first 6 Nov 1815, previous 6 Nov 1815, next 8 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (6 Nov 1815)

OMITS rustics: Swinney

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (8)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 6 Nov 1815, next 8 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

OMITS vocal hunters: Swinney

8 Nov 1815
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
6 Nov 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (9)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 7 Nov 1815, next 9 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

BUT Bastien: Powell

2) The Gipsy Girl (3)

Performances first 6 Nov 1815, previous 7 Nov 1815, next 9 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (6 Nov 1815)

OMITS rustics: Swinney

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (9)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 7 Nov 1815, next 9 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

OMITS vocal hunters: Swinney

9 Nov 1815
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
9 Nov 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (10)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 8 Nov 1815, next 10 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

BUT Bastien: Powell

2) The Gipsy Girl (4)

Performances first 6 Nov 1815, previous 8 Nov 1815, next 10 Nov 1815

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (10)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 8 Nov 1815, next 10 Nov 1815


10 Nov 1815
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
9 Nov 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (11)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 9 Nov 1815, next 11 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

BUT Bastien: Powell

2) The Gipsy Girl (5)

Performances first 6 Nov 1815, previous 9 Nov 1815, next 11 Nov 1815

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (11)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 9 Nov 1815, next 11 Nov 1815


11 Nov 1815
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
9 Nov 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (12)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 10 Nov 1815, next 13 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

BUT Bastien: Powell

2) The Gipsy Girl (6)

Performances first 6 Nov 1815, previous 10 Nov 1815

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (12)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 10 Nov 1815, next 13 Nov 1815


13 Nov 1815
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
13 Nov 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (13)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 11 Nov 1815, next 14 Nov 1815

2) The Two Little Savoyards (1)

Title Comment 1st time in five years [actually since Sep 1808]; Nicoll gives this as 1st perf. "With the original French music" (bill)
AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 13 Nov 1815, next 14 Nov 1815

Genre (burletta) burletta from the French

First Night Cast

Lord Frederick: [James] Villiers; bailiff: Santer; Clarmont: [R. H.] Widdicomb; Michell: Mrs. Dornton; Joset: Miss [Jane M.] Scott; peasants, villagers

Reference Cast

Lord Frederick: James Villiers
bailiff: Santer
Clarmont: R. H. Widdicomb
Michell: Mrs. Dornton
Joset: Miss Jane M. Scott

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (13)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 11 Nov 1815, next 14 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

OMITS vocal hunters: Powell

14 Nov 1815
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
13 Nov 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (14)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 13 Nov 1815, next 15 Nov 1815

2) The Two Little Savoyards (2)

Performances first 13 Nov 1815, previous 13 Nov 1815, next 15 Nov 1815

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (14)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 13 Nov 1815, next 15 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

OMITS vocal hunters: Powell

15 Nov 1815
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
13 Nov 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (15)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 14 Nov 1815, next 16 Nov 1815

2) The Two Little Savoyards (3)

Performances first 13 Nov 1815, previous 14 Nov 1815, next 16 Nov 1815

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (15)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 14 Nov 1815, next 16 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

OMITS vocal hunters: Powell

16 Nov 1815
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
16 Nov 1815
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (16)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 15 Nov 1815, next 17 Nov 1815

2) The Two Little Savoyards (4)

Performances first 13 Nov 1815, previous 15 Nov 1815, next 17 Nov 1815

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (16)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 15 Nov 1815, next 17 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

OMITS vocal hunters: Powell

17 Nov 1815
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
16 Nov 1815
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (17)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 16 Nov 1815, next 18 Nov 1815

2) The Two Little Savoyards (5)

Performances first 13 Nov 1815, previous 16 Nov 1815, next 18 Nov 1815

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (17)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 16 Nov 1815, next 18 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

OMITS vocal hunters: Powell

18 Nov 1815
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
16 Nov 1815
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (18)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 17 Nov 1815, next 20 Nov 1815

2) The Two Little Savoyards (6)

Performances first 13 Nov 1815, previous 17 Nov 1815, next 20 Nov 1815

3) Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (18)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 17 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (30 Oct 1815)

OMITS vocal hunters: Powell

20 Nov 1815
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
20 Nov 1815
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (19)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 18 Nov 1815, next 21 Nov 1815

2) The Two Little Savoyards (7)

Performances first 13 Nov 1815, previous 18 Nov 1815, next 21 Nov 1815

favorite comic dance: "The Frog in the Opera Hat", [Richard] Flexmore (by particular desire)

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (1)

Title Comment Founded on Dr. Johnson's tale
AU: Miss [Jane M.] Scott, COMP: Lawrence, CHOR: John Jones

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, next 21 Nov 1815

Genre (pantomime) new comic pantomime

First Night Cast

Rasselas (Prince of Abyssinia, afterwards Harlequin): [Edwin] Yarnold; Sorceress Curiosity: Austin; Genie of the mountains: Mrs. Dornton; Hinks-Sphinks-Pyramid or Pantaloon: Daly; lover: Powell; Cockney sportsman: Weston; Areonaut (an old philosopher, skilled in mechanics): [Robert?] Stebbing; Clown: [Frederick] Hartland (1st time here as clown); Florida (mistress to Rasselas): Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq; Nekayah (sister to Rasselas): Mrs. Riley; Pekuah: Mrs. Weston; Columbine: Miss Browne

Reference Cast

Rasselas: Edwin Yarnold
Sorceress Curiosity: Austin
Genie of the mountains: Mrs.
   Dornton

Hinks-Sphinks-Pyramid or
   Pantaloon: Daly
lover: Powell
Areonaut: Robert? Stebbing
Clown: Frederick Hartland
Florida: Mme. Charles? Leclercq
Nekayah: Mrs. Riley
Pekuah: Mrs. Weston
Columbine: Miss Browne

bill contains detailed plot summary


21 Nov 1815
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
20 Nov 1815
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (20)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 20 Nov 1815, next 22 Nov 1815

2) The Two Little Savoyards (8)

Performances first 13 Nov 1815, previous 20 Nov 1815, next 22 Nov 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (2)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 20 Nov 1815, next 22 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (20 Nov 1815)

ADDS Cockney sportsman: Weston

22 Nov 1815
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
20 Nov 1815
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (21)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 21 Nov 1815, next 23 Nov 1815

2) The Two Little Savoyards (9)

Performances first 13 Nov 1815, previous 21 Nov 1815, next 23 Nov 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (3)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 21 Nov 1815, next 23 Nov 1815

Cast as reference cast (20 Nov 1815)

ADDS Cockney sportsman: Weston

23 Nov 1815
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
23 Nov 1815
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (22)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 22 Nov 1815, next 24 Nov 1815

2) The Two Little Savoyards (10)

Performances first 13 Nov 1815, previous 22 Nov 1815, next 24 Nov 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (4)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 22 Nov 1815, next 24 Nov 1815


24 Nov 1815
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
23 Nov 1815
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (23)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 23 Nov 1815, next 25 Nov 1815

2) The Two Little Savoyards (11)

Performances first 13 Nov 1815, previous 23 Nov 1815, next 25 Nov 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (5)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 23 Nov 1815, next 25 Nov 1815


25 Nov 1815
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
23 Nov 1815
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (24)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 24 Nov 1815, next 27 Nov 1815

2) The Two Little Savoyards (12)

Performances first 13 Nov 1815, previous 24 Nov 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (6)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 24 Nov 1815, next 27 Nov 1815


27 Nov 1815
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
27 Nov 1815
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (1)

CHOR: John Jones

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, next 28 Nov 1815

Genre (ballet) favorite Scotch ballet

First Night Cast

principal characters and dancers: [Edwin] Yarnold, [Richard] Flexmore, Swinney, [R. H.] Widdicomb, Master Louis R. Dore, Miss Hart, Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq; Coryphes: Bemetzrieder, Addison, Shaw, Smith, [C. H.?] Simpson, Hamlet; Coryphees: Miss Garcia, Miss Thornton, Miss Cannon, Miss Davenport, Miss Bailey, Miss Sealey

Reference Cast

principal characters and dancers:
   Edwin Yarnold
   Richard Flexmore
   Swinney
   R. H. Widdicomb
   Master Louis R. Dore
   Miss Hart
   Mme. Charles? Leclercq
Coryphes:
   Bemetzrieder
   Addison
   Smith
   C. H.? Simpson
   Hamlet
   Shaw
Coryphees:
   Miss Thornton
   Miss Cannon
   Miss Davenport
   Miss Bailey
   Miss Sealey
   Miss Garcia

comic dance: "The Tank", [Richard] Flexmore

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (25)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 25 Nov 1815, next 28 Nov 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (7)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 25 Nov 1815, next 28 Nov 1815


28 Nov 1815
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
27 Nov 1815
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (2)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 27 Nov 1815, next 29 Nov 1815

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (26)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 27 Nov 1815, next 29 Nov 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (8)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 27 Nov 1815, next 29 Nov 1815


29 Nov 1815
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
27 Nov 1815
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (3)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 28 Nov 1815, next 30 Nov 1815

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (27)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 28 Nov 1815, next 30 Nov 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (9)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 28 Nov 1815, next 30 Nov 1815


30 Nov 1815
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
30 Nov 1815
playbill
British Library

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (4)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 29 Nov 1815, next 1 Dec 1815

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (28)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 29 Nov 1815, next 1 Dec 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (10)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 29 Nov 1815, next 1 Dec 1815


1 Dec 1815
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
30 Nov 1815
playbill
British Library

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (5)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 30 Nov 1815, next 2 Dec 1815

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (29)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 30 Nov 1815, next 2 Dec 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (11)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 30 Nov 1815, next 2 Dec 1815


2 Dec 1815
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
30 Nov 1815
playbill
British Library

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (6)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 1 Dec 1815, next 4 Dec 1815

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (30)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 1 Dec 1815, next 26 Dec 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (12)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 1 Dec 1815, next 4 Dec 1815


4 Dec 1815
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
4 Dec 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (7)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 2 Dec 1815, next 5 Dec 1815

2) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (1)

Title Comment 1st time these three years [actually since Mar 1813]
AU: [Miss Jane M. Scott]

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, next 5 Dec 1815

Genre (burletta) comic opera burletta

First Night Cast

Mored Sanzarmanaz (Cadi of Bagdad): [Robert?] Stebbing; Saldanab (rich merchant): [James] Villiers; Achmet Ben Hamed (Vizier's son, under assumed name of Halden): J. Jones (1st app in this role); Omar (tailor): Weston (1st app this role); Mahmut (an Aga, attendant on the Cadi): Daly; Zapho (inferior officer): [R. H.] Widdicomb; Rushob (inferior officer): Bemetzrieder; Lerif (inferior officer): Hamlet; Swanza (wife to the Cadi): Mrs. Daly; Panzake (tailor's daughter): [C. H.?] Simpson; Delta (merchant's daughter): Miss [Jane M.] Scott; principal dancers: Master Louis R. Dore, [Charles?] Leclercq, Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq; vocal attendants: Mrs. Dornton, Mrs. Riley, Mrs. Weston, Miss Young; chorus: Swinney, Sherriff, Smith, Shaw, Addison, Bennett, Miss Garcia, Miss Hart, Miss Cannon, Miss Davenport, Miss Sealey

Reference Cast

Mored Sanzarmanaz: Robert?
   Stebbing

Saldanab: James Villiers
Achmet Ben Hamed: J. Jones
Omar: Weston
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: R. H. Widdicomb
Rushob: Bemetzrieder
Lerif: Hamlet
Swanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: C. H.? Simpson
Delta: Miss Jane M. Scott
principal dancers:
   Master Louis R. Dore
   Charles? Leclercq
   Mme. Charles? Leclercq
vocal attendants:
   Mrs. Dornton
   Mrs. Riley
   Mrs. Weston
   Miss Young
chorus:
   Swinney
   Sherriff
   Smith
   Addison
   Bennett
   Miss Garcia
   Miss Hart
   Miss Cannon
   Miss Davenport
   Miss Sealey
   Shaw

(di) grand Turkish ballet divertissement: [Charles?] Leclercq

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (13)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 2 Dec 1815, next 5 Dec 1815

General Non-Title Information

favorite song: Mrs. Dornton


5 Dec 1815
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
4 Dec 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (8)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 4 Dec 1815, next 6 Dec 1815

2) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (2)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 4 Dec 1815, next 6 Dec 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (14)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 4 Dec 1815, next 6 Dec 1815


6 Dec 1815
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
4 Dec 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (9)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 5 Dec 1815, next 7 Dec 1815

2) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (3)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 5 Dec 1815, next 7 Dec 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (15)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 5 Dec 1815, next 7 Dec 1815


7 Dec 1815
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
7 Dec 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (10)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 6 Dec 1815, next 8 Dec 1815

2) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 6 Dec 1815, next 8 Dec 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (16)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 6 Dec 1815, next 8 Dec 1815


8 Dec 1815
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
7 Dec 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (11)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 7 Dec 1815, next 9 Dec 1815

2) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (5)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 7 Dec 1815, next 9 Dec 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (17)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 7 Dec 1815, next 9 Dec 1815


9 Dec 1815
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
7 Dec 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (12)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 8 Dec 1815, next 11 Dec 1815

2) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (6)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 8 Dec 1815, next 11 Dec 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (18)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 8 Dec 1815, next 11 Dec 1815


11 Dec 1815
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
11 Dec 1815
advertisement
The London Times

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (13)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 9 Dec 1815, next 12 Dec 1815

2) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (7)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 9 Dec 1815, next 12 Dec 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (19)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 9 Dec 1815, next 12 Dec 1815


12 Dec 1815
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
11 Dec 1815
advertisement
The London Times

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (14)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 11 Dec 1815, next 13 Dec 1815

2) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (8)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 11 Dec 1815, next 13 Dec 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (20)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 11 Dec 1815, next 13 Dec 1815


13 Dec 1815
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
13 Dec 1815
advertisement
The London Times

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (15)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 12 Dec 1815, next 14 Dec 1815

2) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (9)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 12 Dec 1815, next 14 Dec 1815

3) Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley (21)

Performances first 20 Nov 1815, previous 12 Dec 1815


14 Dec 1815
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
14 Dec 1815
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (16)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 13 Dec 1815, next 15 Dec 1815

Cast as reference cast (27 Nov 1815)

OMITS principal characters and
  dancers: Mme. Charles?
  Leclercq

Coryphees: Miss Garcia
ADDS principal characters and
  dancers: Miss Garcia
Coryphees: Miss Edwards

2) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (1)

Title Comment 1st time these three years. Billed as The Lottery Ticket; or, The Miser Duped
AU: [Humphreys], COMP: [Montague P. Corri]

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, next 15 Dec 1815

Genre (burletta) comic burletta

First Night Cast

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing; Tim Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb; Barebones: Daly; Will Mainstay: Powell; Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly; Marianne: Mrs. Riley

Reference Cast

Skinflint: Robert? Stebbing
Tim Spoilcloth: R. H. Widdicomb
Barebones: Daly
Will Mainstay: Powell
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Marianne: Mrs. Riley

3) Love in the Vintage (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Nicoll gives 15 Dec as 1st perf.
CHOR: [Charles?] Leclercq, COMP: John Jolly

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, next 15 Dec 1815

Genre (ballet) ballet divertissement

First Night Cast

principal characters: Master Louis R. Dore, [Richard] Flexmore, Daly, [Charles?] Leclercq, Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

Reference Cast

principal characters:
   Master Louis R. Dore
   Richard Flexmore
   Charles? Leclercq
   Mme. Charles? Leclercq
   Daly

pastoral bower dance

4) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (10)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 13 Dec 1815, next 15 Dec 1815


15 Dec 1815
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
14 Dec 1815
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (17)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 14 Dec 1815, next 16 Dec 1815

Cast as reference cast (27 Nov 1815)

OMITS principal characters and
  dancers: Mme. Charles?
  Leclercq

Coryphees: Miss Garcia
ADDS principal characters and
  dancers: Miss Garcia
Coryphees: Miss Edwards

2) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (2)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 14 Dec 1815, next 16 Dec 1815

3) Love in the Vintage (2)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 14 Dec 1815, next 16 Dec 1815

4) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (11)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 14 Dec 1815, next 16 Dec 1815


16 Dec 1815
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
14 Dec 1815
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (18)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 15 Dec 1815, next 18 Dec 1815

Cast as reference cast (27 Nov 1815)

OMITS principal characters and
  dancers: Mme. Charles?
  Leclercq

Coryphees: Miss Garcia
ADDS principal characters and
  dancers: Miss Garcia
Coryphees: Miss Edwards

2) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (3)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 15 Dec 1815, next 18 Dec 1815

3) Love in the Vintage (3)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 15 Dec 1815, next 18 Dec 1815

4) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (12)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 15 Dec 1815, next 18 Dec 1815


18 Dec 1815
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
18 Dec 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (19)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 16 Dec 1815, next 19 Dec 1815

Cast as reference cast (27 Nov 1815)

OMITS principal characters and
  dancers: Mme. Charles?
  Leclercq

Coryphes: Shaw
Coryphees: Miss Garcia
ADDS principal characters and
  dancers: Miss Garcia
Coryphees: Miss Edwards

2) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (4)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 16 Dec 1815, next 19 Dec 1815

3) Love in the Vintage (4)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 16 Dec 1815, next 19 Dec 1815

4) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (13)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 16 Dec 1815, next 19 Dec 1815

Cast as reference cast (4 Dec 1815)

OMITS chorus: Shaw

19 Dec 1815
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
18 Dec 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (20)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 18 Dec 1815, next 20 Dec 1815

Cast as reference cast (27 Nov 1815)

OMITS principal characters and
  dancers: Mme. Charles?
  Leclercq

Coryphes: Shaw
Coryphees: Miss Garcia
ADDS principal characters and
  dancers: Miss Garcia
Coryphees: Miss Edwards

2) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (5)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 18 Dec 1815, next 20 Dec 1815

3) Love in the Vintage (5)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 18 Dec 1815, next 20 Dec 1815

4) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (14)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 18 Dec 1815, next 20 Dec 1815

Cast as reference cast (4 Dec 1815)

OMITS chorus: Shaw

20 Dec 1815
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
18 Dec 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (21)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 19 Dec 1815, next 21 Dec 1815

Cast as reference cast (27 Nov 1815)

OMITS principal characters and
  dancers: Mme. Charles?
  Leclercq

Coryphes: Shaw
Coryphees: Miss Garcia
ADDS principal characters and
  dancers: Miss Garcia
Coryphees: Miss Edwards

2) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (6)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 19 Dec 1815, next 21 Dec 1815

3) Love in the Vintage (6)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 19 Dec 1815, next 21 Dec 1815

4) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (15)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 19 Dec 1815, next 21 Dec 1815

Cast as reference cast (4 Dec 1815)

OMITS chorus: Shaw

21 Dec 1815
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
21 Dec 1815
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (22)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 20 Dec 1815, next 22 Dec 1815

Cast as reference cast (27 Nov 1815)

OMITS principal characters and
  dancers: Mme. Charles?
  Leclercq

Coryphes: Shaw
Coryphees: Miss Garcia
ADDS principal characters and
  dancers: Miss Garcia
Coryphees: Miss Edwards
Corypes: Shaw

2) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (7)

Title Comment advertised under subtitle
Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 20 Dec 1815, next 22 Dec 1815

3) Love in the Vintage (7)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 20 Dec 1815, next 22 Dec 1815

4) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (16)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 20 Dec 1815, next 22 Dec 1815


22 Dec 1815
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
21 Dec 1815
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (23)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 21 Dec 1815, next 23 Dec 1815

Cast as reference cast (27 Nov 1815)

OMITS principal characters and
  dancers: Mme. Charles?
  Leclercq

Coryphes: Shaw
Coryphees: Miss Garcia
ADDS principal characters and
  dancers: Miss Garcia
Coryphees: Miss Edwards
Corypes: Shaw

2) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (8)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 21 Dec 1815, next 23 Dec 1815

3) Love in the Vintage (8)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 21 Dec 1815, next 23 Dec 1815

4) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (17)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 21 Dec 1815, next 23 Dec 1815


23 Dec 1815
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
21 Dec 1815
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (24)

Performances first 27 Nov 1815, previous 22 Dec 1815

Cast as reference cast (27 Nov 1815)

OMITS principal characters and
  dancers: Mme. Charles?
  Leclercq

Coryphes: Shaw
Coryphees: Miss Garcia
ADDS principal characters and
  dancers: Miss Garcia
Coryphees: Miss Edwards
Corypes: Shaw

2) The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (9)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 22 Dec 1815

3) Love in the Vintage (9)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 22 Dec 1815, next 26 Dec 1815

4) The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (18)

Performances first 4 Dec 1815, previous 22 Dec 1815


25 Dec 1815
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil

DARK: Christmas Day


26 Dec 1815
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
26 Dec 1815
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Love in the Vintage (10)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 23 Dec 1815, next 27 Dec 1815

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (31)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 2 Dec 1815, next 27 Dec 1815

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [Unknown], COMP: John Jolly, COMP: James Sanderson

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, next 27 Dec 1815

Genre (pantomime) new comic pantomime

First Night Cast

Bruma (malignant old witch): Mrs. Daly; Sunbright (Bruma's daughter): Mrs. Dornton; Night-Star (Bruma's daughter): Mrs. Riley; Sachelin (diabolic wizard, chief of the Legion of Scotch witches): Austin; Witches of the Burning Cauldron: J. Powell, Sherriff, Salner; young witches of the woods: Miss Garcia, Miss Hart, Miss Thornton, Miss Bailey, Miss Cannon, Miss Sealey, Miss Davenport, Mrs. Weston; old witches of the heaths and wilds: Swinney, [R. H.] Widdicomb, Bemetzrieder, Hamlet, Addison, Smith, Turner, Morton; Glencarrol (traveller benighted on the wilds), afterwards Harlequin: [Edwin] Yarnold; Pantaloon: Daly; Sir Timothy Haggis, afterwards Lover: [Richard] Flexmore; Crowdy (Sir Timothy's man), afterwards Clown: [Frederick] Hartland; rustic: J. Shaw; comic servant: [C. H.?] Simpson; dancing master: Powell; pastry-cook: [Thomas S.?] Hamblin; landlord: [R. H.] Widdicomb; flower girl: Miss Hart; Columbine: Miss Browne; genie of the palace: Master Louis R. Dore; inhabitants of the Silver Lake: Unlisted

Reference Cast

Bruma: Mrs. Daly
Sunbright: Mrs. Dornton
Night-Star: Mrs. Riley
Sachelin: Austin
Witches of the Burning Cauldron:
   J. Powell
   Sherriff
   Salner
young witches of the woods:
   Miss Garcia
   Miss Hart
   Miss Thornton
   Miss Bailey
   Miss Cannon
   Miss Sealey
   Miss Davenport
   Mrs. Weston
old witches of the heaths and
   wilds:
   R. H. Widdicomb
   Bemetzrieder
   Hamlet
   Addison
   Smith
   Turner
   Morton
Glencarrol, afterwards
   Harlequin: Edwin Yarnold
Pantaloon: Daly
Sir Timothy Haggis, afterwards
   Lover: Richard Flexmore
Crowdy, afterwards Clown:
   Frederick Hartland

rustic: J. Shaw
comic servant: C. H.? Simpson
dancing master: Powell
pastry-cook: [Thomas S.?] Hamblin
landlord: R. H. Widdicomb
flower girl: Miss Hart
Columbine: Miss Browne
genie of the palace: Master
   Louis R. Dore

inhabitants of the Silver Lake:
   Unlisted

DIR: Harland

(div) characteristic mystic broom dance [Austin]; grand finale dance [Charles?] Leclercq

(div) a revel of witches

1. Palace of the Silver Lake


27 Dec 1815
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
26 Dec 1815
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Love in the Vintage (11)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 26 Dec 1815, next 28 Dec 1815

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (32)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 26 Dec 1815, next 28 Dec 1815

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (2)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 26 Dec 1815, next 28 Dec 1815

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney

28 Dec 1815
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
28 Dec 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Love in the Vintage (12)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 27 Dec 1815, next 29 Dec 1815

pastoral bower dance

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (33)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 27 Dec 1815, next 29 Dec 1815

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (3)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 27 Dec 1815, next 29 Dec 1815

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney

29 Dec 1815
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
28 Dec 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Love in the Vintage (13)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 28 Dec 1815, next 30 Dec 1815

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (34)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 28 Dec 1815, next 30 Dec 1815

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (4)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 28 Dec 1815, next 30 Dec 1815

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney

30 Dec 1815
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
28 Dec 1815
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Love in the Vintage (14)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 29 Dec 1815, next 1 Jan 1816

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (35)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 29 Dec 1815, next 1 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (5)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 29 Dec 1815, next 1 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney


1 Jan 1816
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
1 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Love in the Vintage (15)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 30 Dec 1815, next 2 Jan 1816

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (36)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 30 Dec 1815, next 2 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (6)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 30 Dec 1815, next 2 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney

General Non-Title Information

(dperf) flute selections: Master Snelling (age 4) Snelling's 1st app in public


2 Jan 1816
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
1 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Love in the Vintage (16)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 1 Jan 1816, next 3 Jan 1816

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (37)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 1 Jan 1816, next 3 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (7)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 1 Jan 1816, next 3 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney

3 Jan 1816
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
1 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Love in the Vintage (17)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 2 Jan 1816, next 4 Jan 1816

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (38)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 2 Jan 1816, next 4 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (8)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 2 Jan 1816, next 4 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney

4 Jan 1816
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
4 Jan 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Love in the Vintage (18)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 3 Jan 1816, next 5 Jan 1816

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (39)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 3 Jan 1816, next 5 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (9)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 3 Jan 1816, next 5 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney

5 Jan 1816
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
4 Jan 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Love in the Vintage (19)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 4 Jan 1816, next 6 Jan 1816

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (40)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 4 Jan 1816, next 6 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (10)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 4 Jan 1816, next 6 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney

6 Jan 1816
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
4 Jan 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Love in the Vintage (20)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 5 Jan 1816, next 8 Jan 1816

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (41)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 5 Jan 1816, next 8 Feb 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (11)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 5 Jan 1816, next 8 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney

8 Jan 1816
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
8 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Love in the Vintage (21)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 6 Jan 1816, next 9 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (1)

Title Comment Title not given in source
AU: Miss [Jane M.] Scott, COMP: John Jolly, James Sanderson, CHOR: [Charles?] Leclercq

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, next 9 Jan 1816

Genre (melodrama) melodramatic romance or naval burletta

First Night Cast

Europeans Captain Maitland: J. Jones (1st time this role); Dan Dock: Weston (1st time this role); Styptic (doctor): [Robert?] Stebbing; Herbert: [James] Villiers; Sidney Nelson (a midshipman): Miss [Jane M.] Scott; Matilda: Miss Browne; Rosa (Matilda's daughter): Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq (1st time in role) Indian chiefs tarro: Austin; Mao Mango: Daly; Komallo: [Edwin] Yarnold; Tabanna: [Richard] Flexmore chiefs' wives Cuba: Mrs. Riley; Wowski: Mrs. Weston; Muskah: Mrs. Dornton; Matoona: Mrs. Elliot Quashee (old squaw): Mrs. Daly; Namasket (prince of the tribe): [Charles?] Leclercq; Indian hunters: [R. H.] Widdicomb, Addison, Smith, [Thomas S.?] Hamblin, Bemetzrieder, [C. H.?] Simpson, Miss Hart, Miss Garcia, Miss Cannon, Miss Thornton, Miss Sealey, Miss Davenport, Miss Bailey; sailors: Swinney, Sherriff, Powell, Bennett, Shaw, Green

Cast Comment cast supplemented by DFo bill 11 Jan 1816

Reference Cast

Captain Maitland: J. Jones
Dan Dock: Weston
Styptic: Robert? Stebbing
Herbert: James Villiers
Sidney Nelson: Miss Jane M.
   Scott

Matilda: Miss Browne
Rosa: Mme. Charles? Leclercq
tarro: Austin
Mao Mango: Daly
Komallo: Edwin Yarnold
Tabanna: Richard Flexmore
Cuba: Mrs. Riley
Wowski: Mrs. Weston
Muskah: Mrs. Dornton
Matoona: Mrs. Elliot
Quashee: Mrs. Daly
Namasket: Charles? Leclercq
Indian hunters:
   R. H. Widdicomb
   Addison
   Smith
   [Thomas S.?] Hamblin
   Bemetzrieder
   C. H.? Simpson
   Miss Hart
   Miss Garcia
   Miss Cannon
   Miss Thornton
   Miss Sealey
   Miss Davenport
   Miss Bailey
sailors:
   Sherriff
   Powell
   Bennett
   Shaw
   Green

"The Death of Nelson", J. Jones (in character)

(aI) grand characteristic dance: [Charles?] Leclercq; -corps de ballet

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (12)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 6 Jan 1816, next 9 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney

9 Jan 1816
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
8 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Love in the Vintage (22)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 8 Jan 1816, next 10 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (2)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 8 Jan 1816, next 10 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (8 Jan 1816)

ADDS sailors: Swinney

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (13)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 8 Jan 1816, next 10 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney

10 Jan 1816
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
8 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Love in the Vintage (23)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 9 Jan 1816, next 11 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (3)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 9 Jan 1816, next 11 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (8 Jan 1816)

ADDS sailors: Swinney

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (14)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 9 Jan 1816, next 11 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney

11 Jan 1816
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
11 Jan 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Love in the Vintage (24)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 10 Jan 1816, next 12 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (4)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 10 Jan 1816, next 12 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (8 Jan 1816)

ADDS sailors: Swinney

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (15)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 10 Jan 1816, next 12 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney

12 Jan 1816
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
11 Jan 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Love in the Vintage (25)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 11 Jan 1816, next 13 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (5)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 11 Jan 1816, next 13 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (8 Jan 1816)

ADDS sailors: Swinney

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (16)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 11 Jan 1816, next 13 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney

13 Jan 1816
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
11 Jan 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Love in the Vintage (26)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 12 Jan 1816, next 29 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (6)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 12 Jan 1816, next 15 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (8 Jan 1816)

ADDS sailors: Swinney

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (17)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 12 Jan 1816, next 15 Jan 1816

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS old witches of the heaths
  and wilds: Swinney

15 Jan 1816
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
15 Jan 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Young Serenader (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
CHOR: [Charles?] Leclercq

Performances first 15 Jan 1816, next 16 Jan 1816

Genre (divertissement) new divertissement

First Night Cast

principal characters: Master Louis R. Dore, [Richard] Flexmore, Daly, [Charles?] Leclercq, Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

Reference Cast

principal characters:
   Master Louis R. Dore
   Richard Flexmore
   Daly
   Charles? Leclercq
   Mme. Charles? Leclercq

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (7)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 13 Jan 1816, next 16 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (18)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 13 Jan 1816, next 16 Jan 1816

General Non-Title Information

airs: Master Snelling (octave flute)

song: Mrs. Dornton


16 Jan 1816
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
15 Jan 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Young Serenader (2)

Performances first 15 Jan 1816, previous 15 Jan 1816, next 17 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (8)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 15 Jan 1816, next 17 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (19)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 15 Jan 1816, next 17 Jan 1816


17 Jan 1816
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
15 Jan 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Young Serenader (3)

Performances first 15 Jan 1816, previous 16 Jan 1816, next 18 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (9)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 16 Jan 1816, next 18 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (20)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 16 Jan 1816, next 18 Jan 1816


18 Jan 1816
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
18 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Young Serenader (4)

Performances first 15 Jan 1816, previous 17 Jan 1816, next 19 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (10)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 17 Jan 1816, next 19 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (21)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 17 Jan 1816, next 19 Jan 1816


19 Jan 1816
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
18 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Young Serenader (5)

Performances first 15 Jan 1816, previous 18 Jan 1816, next 20 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (11)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 18 Jan 1816, next 20 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (22)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 18 Jan 1816, next 20 Jan 1816


20 Jan 1816
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
18 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Young Serenader (6)

Performances first 15 Jan 1816, previous 19 Jan 1816, next 22 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (12)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 19 Jan 1816, next 22 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (23)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 19 Jan 1816, next 22 Jan 1816


22 Jan 1816
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
22 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Young Serenader (7)

Performances first 15 Jan 1816, previous 20 Jan 1816, next 23 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (13)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 20 Jan 1816, next 23 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (24)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 20 Jan 1816, next 23 Jan 1816


23 Jan 1816
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
22 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Young Serenader (8)

Performances first 15 Jan 1816, previous 22 Jan 1816, next 24 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (14)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 22 Jan 1816, next 24 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (25)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 22 Jan 1816, next 24 Jan 1816


24 Jan 1816
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
22 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Young Serenader (9)

Performances first 15 Jan 1816, previous 23 Jan 1816, next 25 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (15)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 23 Jan 1816, next 25 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (26)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 23 Jan 1816, next 25 Jan 1816


25 Jan 1816
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
25 Jan 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Young Serenader (10)

Performances first 15 Jan 1816, previous 24 Jan 1816, next 26 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (16)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 24 Jan 1816, next 26 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (27)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 24 Jan 1816, next 26 Jan 1816


26 Jan 1816
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
25 Jan 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Young Serenader (11)

Performances first 15 Jan 1816, previous 25 Jan 1816, next 27 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (17)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 25 Jan 1816, next 27 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (28)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 25 Jan 1816, next 27 Jan 1816


27 Jan 1816
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
25 Jan 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Young Serenader (12)

Performances first 15 Jan 1816, previous 26 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (18)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 26 Jan 1816, next 29 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (29)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 26 Jan 1816, next 29 Jan 1816


29 Jan 1816
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
29 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Love in the Vintage (27)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 13 Jan 1816, next 31 Jan 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (19)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 27 Jan 1816, next 31 Jan 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (30)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 27 Jan 1816, next 31 Jan 1816


30 Jan 1816
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil

DARK: Martyr's Day


31 Jan 1816
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
29 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Love in the Vintage (28)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 29 Jan 1816, next 1 Feb 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (20)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 29 Jan 1816, next 1 Feb 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (31)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 29 Jan 1816, next 1 Feb 1816


1 Feb 1816
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
29 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Love in the Vintage (29)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 31 Jan 1816, next 2 Feb 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (21)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 31 Jan 1816, next 2 Feb 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (32)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 31 Jan 1816, next 2 Feb 1816


2 Feb 1816
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
29 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Love in the Vintage (30)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 1 Feb 1816, next 3 Feb 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (22)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 1 Feb 1816, next 3 Feb 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (33)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 1 Feb 1816, next 3 Feb 1816


3 Feb 1816
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
29 Jan 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Love in the Vintage (31)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 2 Feb 1816, next 4 Mar 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (23)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 2 Feb 1816, next 12 Feb 1816

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (34)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 2 Feb 1816, next 5 Feb 1816

Illustration: The Old Oak Chest  [1st Performance Feb 5, 1816]


 
Title:The Old Oak Chest
Description:The Old Oak Chest by Jane Scott who played Roda.  Daly played Rofus, a bandit.
1st Performance:Feb 5, 1816
Theatre:Sans Pareil
Source:Wikipedia, Feb 5, 1816

5 Feb 1816
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
8 Feb 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [Miss Jane M. Scott], COMP: John Jolly

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, next 6 Feb 1816

Genre ([m]) entire new original drama, melo-romantic burletta of interest

First Night Cast

Count Lanfranco (Governor of Cordova secretly in league with banditti): [Frederick] Hartland; Almanza (Spanish general beloved of the people and proscribed by machinations of Lanfranco): [James] Villiers; Henrico de Rosalva (courier attached to Almanza): J[oshua] B. Fisher (late of DL, 1st time here); Brusto Shabrico (captain of the banditti, protected by Lanfranco): Austin; Rodolph (robber, disguised as a woodman): Bishop (late of CG, 1st time here); Nicolas de Lasso (chief of smugglers): Weston; Tinaco de Lasso (his son): [Robert?] Stebbing; Paulo de Lasso (son to Nicolas): J. Jones banditti Rofus: Daly; Garcius: Powell; Brianthus: [R. H.] Widdicomb; Otho: [C. H.?] Simpson; Albano: Addison; Stilleto: [Richard] Flexmore; Carrillo: Shaw Wilhelm (goatherd boy): Miss Le Brun; Florian (infant son to Almanza supposed to be dead): Miss Stebbing (1st time any stage); principal hunters: [Edwin] Yarnold, Powell, Sherriff, Swinney, [R. H.] Widdicomb, Bemetzrieder, Smith, Garcia; principal smugglers: [Thomas S.?] Hamblin, Baldwin, Rogers, Smith, Sherriff, Swinney, Green, Bennett; Adriana (wife of Almanza wandering with him in disguise): Mrs. Riley; Roda (peasant girl, daughter to Rodolph): Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Cast Comment cast taken from DFo bill dated 8/2/1816

Reference Cast

Count Lanfranco: Frederick
   Hartland

Almanza: James Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Joshua B.
   Fisher

Brusto Shabrico: Austin
Rodolph: Bishop
Nicolas de Lasso: Weston
Tinaco de Lasso: Robert?
   Stebbing

Paulo de Lasso: J. Jones
Rofus: Daly
Garcius: Powell
Brianthus: R. H. Widdicomb
Otho: C. H.? Simpson
Albano: Addison
Stilleto: Richard Flexmore
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Le Brun
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
   Edwin Yarnold
   Powell
   Sherriff
   Swinney
   R. H. Widdicomb
   Bemetzrieder
   Smith
   Garcia
principal smugglers:
   [Thomas S.?] Hamblin
   Baldwin
   Rogers
   Smith
   Sherriff
   Swinney
   Green
   Bennett
Adriana: Mrs. Riley
Roda: Miss Jane M. Scott

(dI) incidental combat: [Frederick] Hartland, Bishop; (dII) grand incidental combat: Austin, [Frederick] Hartland combats directed by [Frederick] Hartland

2) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (35)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 3 Feb 1816, next 6 Feb 1816


6 Feb 1816
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
5 Feb 1816
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (2)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 5 Feb 1816, next 7 Feb 1816

2) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (36)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 5 Feb 1816, next 7 Feb 1816


7 Feb 1816
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
7 Feb 1816
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (3)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 6 Feb 1816, next 8 Feb 1816

2) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (37)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 6 Feb 1816, next 19 Feb 1816


8 Feb 1816
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
8 Feb 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (4)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 7 Feb 1816, next 9 Feb 1816

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (42)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 6 Jan 1816, next 9 Feb 1816

General Non-Title Information

pas deux (from The Daemon Hunter): [Charles?] Leclercq, Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq; pas deux: Master Louis R. Dore, Miss Le Brun; comic dance: "The Tank", [Richard] Flexmore Above dances billed together as "Divertisement"


9 Feb 1816
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
8 Feb 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (5)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 8 Feb 1816, next 10 Feb 1816

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (43)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 8 Feb 1816, next 10 Feb 1816


10 Feb 1816
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
8 Feb 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (6)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 9 Feb 1816, next 12 Feb 1816

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (44)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 9 Feb 1816, next 26 Feb 1816


12 Feb 1816
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
12 Feb 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (7)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 10 Feb 1816, next 13 Feb 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (24)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 3 Feb 1816, next 13 Feb 1816


13 Feb 1816
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
12 Feb 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (8)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 12 Feb 1816, next 14 Feb 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (25)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 12 Feb 1816, next 14 Feb 1816


14 Feb 1816
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
12 Feb 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (9)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 13 Feb 1816, next 15 Feb 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (26)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 13 Feb 1816, next 15 Feb 1816


15 Feb 1816
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
15 Feb 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (10)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 14 Feb 1816, next 16 Feb 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (27)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 14 Feb 1816, next 16 Feb 1816


16 Feb 1816
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
15 Feb 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (11)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 15 Feb 1816, next 17 Feb 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (28)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 15 Feb 1816, next 17 Feb 1816


17 Feb 1816
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
15 Feb 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (12)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 16 Feb 1816, next 19 Feb 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (29)

Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 16 Feb 1816, next 4 Apr 1816


19 Feb 1816
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
19 Feb 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (13)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 17 Feb 1816, next 20 Feb 1816

2) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (38)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 7 Feb 1816, next 20 Feb 1816


20 Feb 1816
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
19 Feb 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (14)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 19 Feb 1816, next 21 Feb 1816

2) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (39)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 19 Feb 1816, next 21 Feb 1816


21 Feb 1816
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
19 Feb 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (15)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 20 Feb 1816, next 22 Feb 1816

2) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (40)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 20 Feb 1816, next 22 Feb 1816


22 Feb 1816
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
22 Feb 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (16)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 21 Feb 1816, next 23 Feb 1816

2) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (41)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 21 Feb 1816, next 23 Feb 1816


23 Feb 1816
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
22 Feb 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (17)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 22 Feb 1816, next 24 Feb 1816

2) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (42)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 22 Feb 1816, next 24 Feb 1816


24 Feb 1816
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
22 Feb 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (18)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 23 Feb 1816, next 26 Feb 1816

2) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (43)

Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 23 Feb 1816, next 21 Mar 1816


26 Feb 1816
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
26 Feb 1816
playbill
British Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (19)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 24 Feb 1816, next 27 Feb 1816

Cast as reference cast (5 Feb 1816)

BUT Roda: Mrs. Dornton

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (45)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 10 Feb 1816, next 27 Feb 1816


27 Feb 1816
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
26 Feb 1816
playbill
British Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (20)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 26 Feb 1816, next 29 Feb 1816

Cast as reference cast (5 Feb 1816)

BUT Roda: Mrs. Dornton

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (46)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 26 Feb 1816, next 29 Feb 1816


28 Feb 1816
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil

DARK: Ash Wednesday


29 Feb 1816
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
26 Feb 1816
playbill
British Library

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (21)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 27 Feb 1816, next 2 Mar 1816

Cast as reference cast (5 Feb 1816)

BUT Roda: Mrs. Dornton

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (47)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 27 Feb 1816, next 2 Mar 1816


1 Mar 1816
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor. Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Exhibit of Panoramas


2 Mar 1816
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
2 Mar 1816
advertisement
The London Times

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (22)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 29 Feb 1816, next 4 Mar 1816

Cast as reference cast (5 Feb 1816)

BUT Roda: Mrs. Dornton

2) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (48)

Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 29 Feb 1816, next 4 Apr 1816


4 Mar 1816
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
5 Mar 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Special Performance Benefit: Miss Jane M. Scott

1) Love in the Vintage (32)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 3 Feb 1816, next 5 Mar 1816

2) Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Founded on The Casket by J[oshua] B. Fisher, rearranged by Miss Scott
AU: Miss [Jane M.] Scott, COMP: John Jolly

Performances first 4 Mar 1816, next 5 Mar 1816

Genre (melodrama) entire new and splendid Persian drama

First Night Cast

Abdalla: Austin; Caleb Hassen: [James] Villiers; Doctor Aboulcazim: J[oshua] B. Fisher; Zedib Bennasker (Governor of Ispahan): Daly; Mustapha (a silly peasant): [Robert?] Stebbing; Muley Azem (a robber): Bishop; Ali (servant to Caleb): Powell; officers: [R. H.] Widdicomb, Sherriff; Zemena: Mrs. Dornton; Telma: Miss Garcia; Yamira (daughter to Caleb Hassen): Miss [Jane M.] Scott; soldiers, attendants

Cast Comment cast taken from DFo bill dated 5/3/1816

Reference Cast

Abdalla: Austin
Caleb Hassen: James Villiers
Doctor Aboulcazim: Joshua B.
   Fisher

Zedib Bennasker: Daly
Mustapha: Robert? Stebbing
Muley Azem: Bishop
Ali: Powell
officers:
   R. H. Widdicomb
   Sherriff
Zemena: Mrs. Dornton
Telma: Miss Garcia
Yamira: Miss Jane M. Scott

pas deux: Master Louis R. Dore, Miss Le Brun; shawl pas seul: Miss Browne; grand pas deux: [Charles?] Leclercq, Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq; finale: -corps de ballet all dances in piece subsumed under heading of "New Grand Persian Ballet composed by Monsieur Leclercq, ballet master"

3) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (23)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 2 Mar 1816, next 5 Mar 1816

Cast as reference cast (5 Feb 1816)

BUT Roda: Mrs. Dornton

5 Mar 1816
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
5 Mar 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Love in the Vintage (33)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 4 Mar 1816, next 7 Mar 1816

2) Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure (2)

Performances first 4 Mar 1816, previous 4 Mar 1816, next 7 Mar 1816

3) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (24)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 4 Mar 1816, next 7 Mar 1816


6 Mar 1816
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
6 Mar 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Exhibit of Panoramas


7 Mar 1816
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
5 Mar 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Love in the Vintage (34)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 5 Mar 1816, next 9 Mar 1816

2) Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure (3)

Performances first 4 Mar 1816, previous 5 Mar 1816, next 9 Mar 1816

3) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (25)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 5 Mar 1816, next 9 Mar 1816


8 Mar 1816
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
6 Mar 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Exhibit of Panoramas


9 Mar 1816
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
5 Mar 1816
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Love in the Vintage (35)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 7 Mar 1816, next 11 Mar 1816

2) Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure (4)

Performances first 4 Mar 1816, previous 7 Mar 1816, next 11 Mar 1816

3) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (26)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 7 Mar 1816, next 11 Mar 1816


11 Mar 1816
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
11 Mar 1816
playbill
British Library

1) Love in the Vintage (36)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 9 Mar 1816, next 12 Mar 1816

2) Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure (5)

Performances first 4 Mar 1816, previous 9 Mar 1816, next 12 Mar 1816

3) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (27)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 9 Mar 1816, next 12 Mar 1816


12 Mar 1816
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
11 Mar 1816
playbill
British Library

1) Love in the Vintage (37)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 11 Mar 1816, next 14 Mar 1816

2) Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure (6)

Performances first 4 Mar 1816, previous 11 Mar 1816, next 14 Mar 1816

3) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (28)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 11 Mar 1816, next 14 Mar 1816


13 Mar 1816
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
6 Mar 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Exhibit of Panoramas


14 Mar 1816
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
11 Mar 1816
playbill
British Library

1) Love in the Vintage (38)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 12 Mar 1816, next 16 Mar 1816

2) Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure (7)

Performances first 4 Mar 1816, previous 12 Mar 1816, next 16 Mar 1816

3) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (29)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 12 Mar 1816, next 16 Mar 1816


15 Mar 1816
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
6 Mar 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Exhibit of Panoramas


16 Mar 1816
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
11 Mar 1816
playbill
British Library

1) Love in the Vintage (39)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 14 Mar 1816, next 18 Mar 1816

2) Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure (8)

Performances first 4 Mar 1816, previous 14 Mar 1816, next 18 Mar 1816

3) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (30)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 14 Mar 1816, next 18 Mar 1816


18 Mar 1816
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
[unknown]
[unknown]
[unknown]

Source Comment No source located. Performance assumed by editor.

1) Love in the Vintage (40)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 16 Mar 1816, next 19 Mar 1816

2) Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure (9)

Performances first 4 Mar 1816, previous 16 Mar 1816, next 19 Mar 1816

3) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (31)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 16 Mar 1816, next 19 Mar 1816


19 Mar 1816
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
19 Mar 1816
advertisement
The London Times

1) Love in the Vintage (41)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 18 Mar 1816, next 23 Mar 1816

2) Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure (10)

Performances first 4 Mar 1816, previous 18 Mar 1816, next 23 Mar 1816

3) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (32)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 18 Mar 1816, next 23 Mar 1816


20 Mar 1816
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
6 Mar 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Exhibit of Panoramas


21 Mar 1816
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
21 Mar 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Benefit: Miss Browne

1) "Turkish ballet" (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; No specific title given
CHOR: [Charles?] Leclercq

Performances first 21 Mar 1816

Genre (ballet) grand new Turkish ballet

First Night Cast

dancers: Master Louis R. Dore, Miss Le Brun, Miss Browne, [Charles?] Leclercq, Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

Reference Cast

dancers:
   Master Louis R. Dore
   Miss Le Brun
   Miss Browne
   Charles? Leclercq
   Mme. Charles? Leclercq

pas de deux: Master Louis R. Dore, Miss Le Brun; grand pas de deux: [Charles?] Leclercq, Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq; grand finale: -principal dancers; -corps de ballet

2) Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (1)

AU: [Miss Jane M. Scott]

Performances first 21 Mar 1816

Genre (operatic entertainment) operatic piece

First Night Cast

Marquis de Montesa (under assumed name of Count de Tourvile): [James] Villiers; confidential servant of Marchioness: Austin; Alegre (valet to the Marquis): Powell; Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing; Maurice (villager): J. Jones; Dame Bertha (mistress of vintage): Mrs. Daly; son of Marquis and Marchioness (under assumed name of Siffred, a peasant): Miss Browne; daughter to Dame Bertha: Mrs. Riley; Louis (her son): Miss Le Brun; Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Reference Cast

Marquis de Montesa: James
   Villiers

confidential servant of
   Marchioness: Austin
Alegre: Powell
Pedrillo: Robert? Stebbing
Maurice: J. Jones
Dame Bertha: Mrs. Daly
son of Marquis and Marchioness:
   Miss Browne

daughter to Dame Bertha: Mrs.
   Riley

Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss
   Jane M. Scott


admired ballad: J. Jones

pas seul: Miss Le Brun; pas seul: Master Louis R. Dore; pas deux: [Charles?] Leclercq, Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq Dore and [Charles?] Leclercq dances part of "Rural Ballet Festival"

3) The Witch and the Owl; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake (44)

Title Comment a cut down version of this piece
Performances first 26 Dec 1815, previous 24 Feb 1816

Cast as reference cast (26 Dec 1815)

ADDS Amazon: Miss Le Brun

celebrated dance: "Frog in the Opera Hat", [Richard] Flexmore; broad sword hornpipe: Miss Le Brun; clog hornpipe: Master Louis R. Dore; characteristic dance of witches: grand finale dance: [Charles?] Leclercq

General Non-Title Information

"Love Among the Roses", J. Jones; comic song: "Humours of Dunmow" /[Robert?] Stebbing; song: Mrs. Dornton

comic dance: "Paddy Carey", [Richard] Flexmore; naval hornpipe: "The Waterman", Bemetzrieder; pas deux: "Irish Lilt and Jigg", Miss Hart; -Young Lady Young Lady, pupil of Lloyd, 1st app

recitation and "Jacob Gaukey's Rambles to Bath", Weston


22 Mar 1816
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
6 Mar 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Exhibit of Panoramas


23 Mar 1816
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
23 Mar 1816
advertisement
The London Times

1) Love in the Vintage (42)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 19 Mar 1816, next 26 Mar 1816

2) Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure (11)

Performances first 4 Mar 1816, previous 19 Mar 1816, next 26 Mar 1816

3) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (33)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 19 Mar 1816, next 25 Mar 1816


25 Mar 1816
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
25 Mar 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Benefit: Hartland

1) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (34)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 23 Mar 1816, next 26 Mar 1816

Cast as reference cast (5 Feb 1816)

BUT Henrico de Rosalva: Johnson
Rodolph: S. Slader

Cast truncated for reasons of space

2) Fairly Taken In; or, The Rustic Revels (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
CHOR: Austin

Performances first 25 Mar 1816

Genre (ballet) entire new dance

First Night Cast

principal dancers: [Charles?] Leclercq, Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq, [Richard] Flexmore, Master Louis R. Dore, Miss S. Browne

Cast Comment Miss S. Browne pupil of Austin

Reference Cast

principal dancers:
   Charles? Leclercq
   Mme. Charles? Leclercq
   Richard Flexmore
   Master Louis R. Dore
   Miss S. Browne

favourite song: S. Slader

3) Transformations; or, Harlequin Navigator (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; "Partly new and partly compiled" (bill); Nicoll calls it Transformation; or, H. N.
AU: Frederick Hartland, COMP: [Montague P.?] Corri

Performances first 25 Mar 1816, next 28 Mar 1816

Genre (comic pantomime) comic pantomime

First Night Cast

Navigator, afterwards Harlequin: [Edwin] Yarnold; Kanko, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly; Sambo, afterwards Lover: Master Louis R. Dore; Quashee: [R. H.] Widdicomb; Terriboo: Bemetzrieder; Bambozo: Smith; Quamjo: Addison; Bofedella: Master [Charles F.?] Morelli; Clown: [Frederick] Hartland; water genie: Mrs. Riley; Umba, afterwards Columbine: Miss Browne

Cast Comment Morelli's name entered in reverse--Illerom

Reference Cast

Navigator, afterwards Harlequin:
   Edwin Yarnold

Kanko, afterwards Pantaloon:
   Daly

Sambo, afterwards Lover: Master
   Louis R. Dore

Quashee: R. H. Widdicomb
Terriboo: Bemetzrieder
Bambozo: Smith
Quamjo: Addison
Bofedella: Master Charles F.?
   Morelli

Clown: Frederick Hartland
water genie: Mrs. Riley
Umba, afterwards Columbine: Miss
   Browne

DIR: [Frederick] Hartland

comic song: "The Clown and His Neddy", [Frederick] Hartland

original fricasse pas de deux: [Edwin] Yarnold, [Frederick] Hartland

favourite sporting scene; aquatic scene

General Non-Title Information

recitation: "Rolla's Address to the Peruvians", [Thomas S.?] Hamblin


26 Mar 1816
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
26 Mar 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Benefit: Schoengen

1) Love in the Vintage (43)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 23 Mar 1816, next 30 Mar 1816

2) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (35)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 25 Mar 1816, next 30 Mar 1816

3) Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure (12)

Performances first 4 Mar 1816, previous 23 Mar 1816, next 30 Mar 1816

General Non-Title Information

waltz: "The Waterloo Waltze" [Schoengen]; -full orchestra waltz "for two Kent bugles (obligato)" (bill)

comic song: "Tippitywitchet" [Charles Dibdin], Master Stone

naval hornpipe: Miss E. Dore (first and only app here)


27 Mar 1816
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
6 Mar 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Exhibit of Panoramas


28 Mar 1816
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
28 Mar 1816
advertisement
The London Times

Special Performance Benefit: Yarnold and Widdicomb

1) The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (1)

AU: [Miss Jane M. Scott]

Performances first 28 Mar 1816

Genre (burletta)

First Night Cast

Bob: Mezzia; Joe: Sherriff; Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Reference Cast

Bob: Mezzia
Joe: Sherriff
Richard: Miss Jane M. Scott

2) Intrigue (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever [?]; Not listed by Nicoll
CHOR: [Unknown]

Performances first 28 Mar 1816

Genre (ballet) grand, Persian ballet

No cast located

3) Transformations; or, Harlequin Navigator (2)

Performances first 25 Mar 1816, previous 25 Mar 1816


29 Mar 1816
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
6 Mar 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Exhibit of Panoramas


30 Mar 1816
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
30 Mar 1816
advertisement
The London Times

1) Love in the Vintage (44)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 26 Mar 1816, next 1 Apr 1816

2) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (36)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 26 Mar 1816, next 1 Apr 1816

3) Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure (13)

Performances first 4 Mar 1816, previous 26 Mar 1816, next 2 Apr 1816


1 Apr 1816
Mon eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
1 Apr 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Benefit: J. B. Fisher

1) Love in the Vintage (45)

Title Comment billed as New Divertisement; MS. note gives title as Love in the Vintage
Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 30 Mar 1816, next 6 Apr 1816

Cast as reference cast (14 Dec 1815)

OMITS principal characters:
  Daly

2) Alphonso; or, The Traitor Unmasked (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; "Written from the renowned romance of Gonzalva de Cordova"
AU: J. B. Fisher

Performances first 1 Apr 1816

Genre (melodrama) new splendid melo-drama

First Night Cast

Alphonso: J[oshua] B. Fisher; principal characters: Austin, [James] Villiers, Daly, Powell, [Thomas S.?] Hamblin, Miss Browne, Mrs. Riley, Mrs. Dornton

Cast Comment NN bill gives Alphonso as Fisher in MS

Reference Cast

Alphonso: Joshua B. Fisher
principal characters:
   Austin
   James Villiers
   Daly
   Powell
   [Thomas S.?] Hamblin
   Miss Browne
   Mrs. Riley
   Mrs. Dornton

"Young Love", Mrs. Dornton

grand Persian ballet

3) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (37)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 30 Mar 1816, next 2 Apr 1816

General Non-Title Information

comic song: [Robert?] Stebbing; favorite song: J. Jones

fencing: "fencing duet from Quadrupeds", Daly, J[oshua] B. Fisher; Address of 44 lines: Miss Stebbing (age 4, infant prodigy)


2 Apr 1816
Tue eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
2 Apr 1816
Winston scrapbooks
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Benefit: Stuck, box keeper

1) Egbert the Unknown; or, The Ghost Hermit (1)

Title Comment Not in Nicoll; there is a piece called Egbert by C. I. M. Dibdin (Charles Dibdin Jr.) performed at Sadler's Wells in 1815
AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 2 Apr 1816

Genre (melodrama)

2) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (38)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 1 Apr 1816, next 4 Apr 1816

3) Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure (14)

Performances first 4 Mar 1816, previous 30 Mar 1816, next 6 Apr 1816


3 Apr 1816
Wed eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
6 Mar 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Exhibit of Panoramas


4 Apr 1816
Thu eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
4 Apr 1816
announcement
New York Public Library

Special Performance Benefit: Weston and Mrs. Weston

1) The Conjuror; or, Blaise in Amaze (49)

Title Comment title is not specified, but it is called a new comic burletta
Performances first 30 Oct 1815, previous 2 Mar 1816

2) The Inscription; or, Indian Hunters (30)

Title Comment Title not given in source
Performances first 8 Jan 1816, previous 17 Feb 1816

3) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (39)

Title Comment Title not given in source
Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 2 Apr 1816, next 6 Apr 1816

General Non-Title Information

new song: Mrs. Dornton; "Sheep's Eyes! or Bob Wronghead's New Method of Courting", Weston; comic song: "Irish Providence", Weston

Spanish bolero: [Charles?] Leclercq, Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq; clog hornpipe: Master Louis R. Dore

Address in character of a Fairy Queen: [Miss Jane M. Scott], Miss Weston

"The son of the late Mr. John Palmer will sustain a principal character, being his first appearance on any stage, and for that night only" (bill)


5 Apr 1816
Fri eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
6 Mar 1816
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: Exhibit of Panoramas


6 Apr 1816
Sat eve
Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil
6 Apr 1816
advertisement
The London Times

1) Love in the Vintage (46)

Performances first 14 Dec 1815, previous 1 Apr 1816

Cast as reference cast (14 Dec 1815)

OMITS principal characters:
  Daly

2) Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure (15)

Performances first 4 Mar 1816, previous 2 Apr 1816

3) The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (40)

Performances first 5 Feb 1816, previous 4 Apr 1816

Theatre Information

Strand Theatre, The Sans Pareil. Doors open 5:30, curtain 6:30, half price 8:30.

Ticket prices: box 4/-, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

30 October 1815 - 6 April 1816 135 performances: 135 evening

Benefit (8): Miss Jane M. Scott (4 Mar 1816)
Miss Browne (21 Mar 1816)
Hartland (25 Mar 1816)
Schoengen (26 Mar 1816)
Yarnold and Widdicomb (28 Mar 1816)
J. B. Fisher (1 Apr 1816)
Stuck, box keeper (2 Apr 1816)
Weston and Mrs. Weston (4 Apr 1816)
Dark (3): Christmas Day (25 Dec 1815)
Martyr's Day (30 Jan 1816)
Ash Wednesday (28 Feb 1816)
Lenten Entertainment (11): Exhibit of Panoramas (1 Mar 1816, 6 Mar 1816, 8 Mar 1816, 13 Mar 1816, 15 Mar 1816, 20 Mar 1816, 22 Mar 1816, 27 Mar 1816, 29 Mar 1816, 3 Apr 1816, 5 Apr 1816)

Theatre Management And Functionaries

Authors/Pieces

Fisher, J. B. Alphonso (1 Apr 1816)
Hartland, Frederick Transformations (25 Mar 1816)
Humphries Intrigue, The (14 Dec 1815)
Scott, Miss Jane M. Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815)
Conjuror, The (30 Oct 1815)
Forest Knight, The (28 Mar 1816)
Giorno Felice, Il (21 Mar 1816)
Gipsy Girl, The (6 Nov 1815)
Harlequin Rasselas (20 Nov 1815)
Inscription, The (8 Jan 1816)
Old Oak Chest, The (5 Feb 1816)
Stratagems (4 Mar 1816)
Summer House, The (30 Oct 1815)
Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad, The (4 Dec 1815)
Unknown Egbert the Unknown (2 Apr 1816)
Two Little Savoyards, The (13 Nov 1815)
Witch and the Owl, The (26 Dec 1815)

Musical Composers And Arrangers

Corri, Montague P. Intrigue, The (14 Dec 1815)
Corri, Montague P.? Transformations (25 Mar 1816)
Jolly, John Conjuror, The (30 Oct 1815)
Inscription, The (8 Jan 1816)
Love in the Vintage (14 Dec 1815)
Old Oak Chest, The (5 Feb 1816)
Stratagems (4 Mar 1816)
Witch and the Owl, The (26 Dec 1815)
Lawrence Harlequin Rasselas (20 Nov 1815)
Summer House, The (30 Oct 1815)
Sanderson, James Inscription, The (8 Jan 1816)
Witch and the Owl, The (26 Dec 1815)

Choreographers

Austin Fairly Taken In (25 Mar 1816)
Jones, John Harlequin Rasselas (20 Nov 1815)
Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815)
Leclercq, Charles? Inscription, The (8 Jan 1816)
Love in the Vintage (14 Dec 1815)
"Turkish ballet" (21 Mar 1816)
Young Serenader, The (15 Jan 1816)
Unknown Intrigue (28 Mar 1816)

Actors

Addison

harvest peasants (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); rustics (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Indian hunters (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Coryphes (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); Albano (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); gardeners (6) in Summer House (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Nov 1815); Quamjo (2) in Transformations (25 Mar 1816 - 28 Mar 1816); chorus (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); old witches of the heaths and wilds (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Austin

principal characters (1) in Alphonso (1 Apr 1816); Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); confidential servant of Marchioness (1) in Giorno Felice (21 Mar 1816); Sorceress Curiosity (21) in Harlequin Rasselas (20 Nov 1815 - 13 Dec 1815); tarro (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Brusto Shabrico (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Abdalla (15) in Stratagems (4 Mar 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Sachelin (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Baldwin

principal smugglers (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816)

Bemetzrieder

harvest peasants (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); rustics (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Indian hunters (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Coryphes (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); principal hunters (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Terriboo (2) in Transformations (25 Mar 1816 - 28 Mar 1816); Rushob (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); old witches of the heaths and wilds (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Bennett

sailors (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); principal smugglers (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); chorus (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815)

Bishop

Rodolph (39) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Muley Azem (15) in Stratagems (4 Mar 1816 - 6 Apr 1816)

Daly

principal characters (1) in Alphonso (1 Apr 1816); vocal hunters (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); Dozey (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Hinks-Sphinks-Pyramid or Pantaloon (21) in Harlequin Rasselas (20 Nov 1815 - 13 Dec 1815); Mao Mango (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Barebones (9) in Intrigue (14 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); principal characters (44) in Love in the Vintage (14 Dec 1815 - 30 Mar 1816); Rofus (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Zedib Bennasker (15) in Stratagems (4 Mar 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Kanko, afterwards Pantaloon (2) in Transformations (25 Mar 1816 - 28 Mar 1816); Mahmut (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); Pantaloon (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816); principal characters (12) in Young Serenader (15 Jan 1816 - 27 Jan 1816)

Davis

inquisitors (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815)

Debray

daemon hounds (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815)

Dore, Master Louis R.

principal dancers (49) in Conjuror (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Apr 1816); principal dancers (1) in Fairly Taken In (25 Mar 1816); principal characters and dancers (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); principal characters (46) in Love in the Vintage (14 Dec 1815 - 6 Apr 1816); Sambo, afterwards Lover (2) in Transformations (25 Mar 1816 - 28 Mar 1816); dancers (1) in Turkish ballet (21 Mar 1816); principal dancers (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); genie of the palace (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816); principal characters (12) in Young Serenader (15 Jan 1816 - 27 Jan 1816)

Ellis

inquisitors (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815)

Fisher, Joshua B.

Alphonso (1) in Alphonso (1 Apr 1816); Henrico de Rosalva (39) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Doctor Aboulcazim (15) in Stratagems (4 Mar 1816 - 6 Apr 1816)

Flexmore, Richard

pages, attendants (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); principal dancers (49) in Conjuror (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Apr 1816); principal dancers (1) in Fairly Taken In (25 Mar 1816); Tabanna (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); principal characters and dancers (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); principal characters (46) in Love in the Vintage (14 Dec 1815 - 6 Apr 1816); Stilleto (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Sir Timothy Haggis, afterwards Lover (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816); principal characters (12) in Young Serenader (15 Jan 1816 - 27 Jan 1816)

Florio

daemon hounds (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815)

Garcia

principal hunters (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816)

Gardel

daemon hounds (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815)

Green

sailors (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); principal smugglers (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816)

Hamblin, [Thomas S.?]

principal characters (1) in Alphonso (1 Apr 1816); harvest peasants (6) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Nov 1815); Indian hunters (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); principal smugglers (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); pastry-cook (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Hamlet

Coryphes (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); Lerif (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); old witches of the heaths and wilds (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Hampton

harvest peasants (12) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (6 Nov 1815 - 18 Nov 1815)

Hartland, Frederick

Baron Wildgrave (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); Clown (21) in Harlequin Rasselas (20 Nov 1815 - 13 Dec 1815); Count Lanfranco (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Clown (2) in Transformations (25 Mar 1816 - 28 Mar 1816); Crowdy, afterwards Clown (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Johnson

Henrico de Rosalva (1) in Old Oak Chest (25 Mar 1816)

Jones, J.

Lucien Lenois (49) in Conjuror (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Apr 1816); Maurice (1) in Giorno Felice (21 Mar 1816); George Furrow (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Captain Maitland (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Paulo de Lasso (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Achmet Ben Hamed (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815)

Leclercq, Charles?

Leopold (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); principal dancers (49) in Conjuror (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Apr 1816); principal dancers (1) in Fairly Taken In (25 Mar 1816); Namasket (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); principal characters (46) in Love in the Vintage (14 Dec 1815 - 6 Apr 1816); dancers (1) in Turkish ballet (21 Mar 1816); principal dancers (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); principal characters (12) in Young Serenader (15 Jan 1816 - 27 Jan 1816)

Mezzia

Bob (1) in Forest Knight (28 Mar 1816)

Morelli, Master Charles F.?

Bofedella (2) in Transformations (25 Mar 1816 - 28 Mar 1816)

Morgan

inquisitors (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815)

Morton

old witches of the heaths and wilds (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Powell

principal characters (1) in Alphonso (1 Apr 1816); vocal hunters (12) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Bastien (12) in Conjuror (30 Oct 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Alegre (1) in Giorno Felice (21 Mar 1816); lover (21) in Harlequin Rasselas (20 Nov 1815 - 13 Dec 1815); sailors (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Will Mainstay (9) in Intrigue (14 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); Garcius (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); principal hunters (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Ali (15) in Stratagems (4 Mar 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); dancing master (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Powell, J.

Witches of the Burning Cauldron (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Rogers

principal smugglers (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816)

Salner

daemon hounds (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); Witches of the Burning Cauldron (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Santer

vocal hunters (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); General Touchwood (6) in Summer House (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Nov 1815); bailiff (12) in Two Little Savoyards (13 Nov 1815 - 25 Nov 1815)

Shaw

harvest peasants (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); rustics (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); sailors (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Coryphes (18) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 16 Dec 1815); Corypes (3) in Jamie of Aberdeen (21 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); Carrillo (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); chorus (15) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815)

Shaw, J.

rustic (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Sherriff

vocal hunters (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); Joe (1) in Forest Knight (28 Mar 1816); rustics (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); sailors (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); principal hunters (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); principal smugglers (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); officers (15) in Stratagems (4 Mar 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); chorus (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); Witches of the Burning Cauldron (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Simpson, C. H.?

pages, attendants (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); rustics (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Indian hunters (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Coryphes (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); Otho (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); gardeners (6) in Summer House (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Nov 1815); Panzake (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); comic servant (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Slader, S.

Rodolph (1) in Old Oak Chest (25 Mar 1816)

Smith

pages, attendants (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); rustics (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Indian hunters (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Coryphes (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); principal hunters (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); principal smugglers (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Bambozo (2) in Transformations (25 Mar 1816 - 28 Mar 1816); chorus (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); old witches of the heaths and wilds (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Stebbing, Robert?

Hoeland (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); Bastien (37) in Conjuror (13 Nov 1815 - 4 Apr 1816); Pedrillo (1) in Giorno Felice (21 Mar 1816); Farmer Furrow (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Areonaut (21) in Harlequin Rasselas (20 Nov 1815 - 13 Dec 1815); Styptic (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Skinflint (9) in Intrigue (14 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); Tinaco de Lasso (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Mustapha (15) in Stratagems (4 Mar 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Trot (6) in Summer House (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Nov 1815); Mored Sanzarmanaz (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815)

Swinney

vocal hunters (15) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); rustics (3) in Gipsy Girl (9 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); sailors (6) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 13 Jan 1816); principal characters and dancers (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); principal hunters (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); principal smugglers (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); chorus (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); old witches of the heaths and wilds (17) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 13 Jan 1816)

Turner

old witches of the heaths and wilds (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Villiers, James

principal characters (1) in Alphonso (1 Apr 1816); Marquis de Montesa (1) in Giorno Felice (21 Mar 1816); Herbert (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Almanza (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Caleb Hassen (15) in Stratagems (4 Mar 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Sir Devereux Daisy (6) in Summer House (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Nov 1815); Lord Frederick (12) in Two Little Savoyards (13 Nov 1815 - 25 Nov 1815); Saldanab (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815)

Ward

inquisitors (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815)

Weston

Blaise (49) in Conjuror (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Apr 1816); Clod (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Cockney sportsman (3) in Harlequin Rasselas (20 Nov 1815 - 22 Nov 1815); Dan Dock (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Nicolas de Lasso (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Omar (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815)

Widdicomb, R. H.

vocal hunters (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); inquisitors (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); rustics (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Indian hunters (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Tim Spoilcloth (9) in Intrigue (14 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); principal characters and dancers (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); Brianthus (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); principal hunters (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); officers (15) in Stratagems (4 Mar 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); forrester (6) in Summer House (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Nov 1815); Quashee (2) in Transformations (25 Mar 1816 - 28 Mar 1816); Clarmont (12) in Two Little Savoyards (13 Nov 1815 - 25 Nov 1815); Zapho (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); old witches of the heaths and wilds (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816); landlord (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Yarnold, Edwin

Oswald (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); Cryer (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Rasselas (21) in Harlequin Rasselas (20 Nov 1815 - 13 Dec 1815); Komallo (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); principal characters and dancers (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); principal hunters (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Navigator, afterwards Harlequin (2) in Transformations (25 Mar 1816 - 28 Mar 1816); Glencarrol, afterwards Harlequin (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Actresses

Bailey, Miss

female peasants (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); female peasants (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Indian hunters (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Coryphees (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); young witches of the woods (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Browne, Miss

principal characters (1) in Alphonso (1 Apr 1816); Adeline (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); son of Marquis and Marchioness (1) in Giorno Felice (21 Mar 1816); Columbine (21) in Harlequin Rasselas (20 Nov 1815 - 13 Dec 1815); Matilda (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Umba, afterwards Columbine (2) in Transformations (25 Mar 1816 - 28 Mar 1816); dancers (1) in Turkish ballet (21 Mar 1816); Columbine (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Browne, Miss S.

principal dancers (1) in Fairly Taken In (25 Mar 1816)

Cannon, Miss

female peasants (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); female peasants (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Indian hunters (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Coryphees (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); chorus (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); young witches of the woods (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Daly, Mrs.

Dame Hoeland (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); Mme. Belfleur (49) in Conjuror (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Apr 1816); Dame Bertha (1) in Giorno Felice (21 Mar 1816); Bridget Bright-thorn (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Quashee (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Dame Margery (9) in Intrigue (14 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); Swanza (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); Bruma (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Davenport, Miss

attendants on Adeline (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); female peasants (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Indian hunters (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Coryphees (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); chorus (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); young witches of the woods (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Dornton, Mrs.

principal characters (1) in Alphonso (1 Apr 1816); Lucina (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); Anne (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Genie of the mountains (21) in Harlequin Rasselas (20 Nov 1815 - 13 Dec 1815); Muskah (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Roda (5) in Old Oak Chest (26 Feb 1816 - 4 Mar 1816); Zemena (15) in Stratagems (4 Mar 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Jemima (6) in Summer House (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Nov 1815); Michell (12) in Two Little Savoyards (13 Nov 1815 - 25 Nov 1815); vocal attendants (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); Sunbright (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Edwards, Miss

Coryphees (9) in Jamie of Aberdeen (14 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815)

Elliot, Mrs.

Matoona (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816)

Garcia, Miss

female peasants (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); Kate (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Indian hunters (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); principal characters and dancers (9) in Jamie of Aberdeen (14 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); Coryphees (15) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 13 Dec 1815); Telma (15) in Stratagems (4 Mar 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); chorus (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); young witches of the woods (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Hart, Miss

Paulina (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); female peasants (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Indian hunters (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); principal characters and dancers (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); chorus (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); young witches of the woods (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816); flower girl (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Le Brun, Miss

Louis (1) in Giorno Felice (21 Mar 1816); Wilhelm (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); dancers (1) in Turkish ballet (21 Mar 1816); Amazon (1) in Witch and the Owl (21 Mar 1816)

Leclercq, Mme. Charles?

Lilla (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); principal dancers (49) in Conjuror (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Apr 1816); principal dancers (1) in Fairly Taken In (25 Mar 1816); Florida (21) in Harlequin Rasselas (20 Nov 1815 - 13 Dec 1815); Rosa (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); principal characters and dancers (15) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 13 Dec 1815); principal characters (46) in Love in the Vintage (14 Dec 1815 - 6 Apr 1816); dancers (1) in Turkish ballet (21 Mar 1816); principal dancers (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); principal characters (12) in Young Serenader (15 Jan 1816 - 27 Jan 1816)

Riley, Mrs.

principal characters (1) in Alphonso (1 Apr 1816); Joletta (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); daughter to Dame Bertha (1) in Giorno Felice (21 Mar 1816); Fanny (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Nekayah (21) in Harlequin Rasselas (20 Nov 1815 - 13 Dec 1815); Cuba (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Marianne (9) in Intrigue (14 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); Adriana (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Susan (6) in Summer House (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Nov 1815); water genie (2) in Transformations (25 Mar 1816 - 28 Mar 1816); vocal attendants (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); Night-Star (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Scott, Miss Jane M.

Laurette (49) in Conjuror (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Apr 1816); Richard (1) in Forest Knight (28 Mar 1816); Marchioness de Montesa (1) in Giorno Felice (21 Mar 1816); Sidney Nelson (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Roda (35) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Yamira (15) in Stratagems (4 Mar 1816 - 6 Apr 1816); Joset (12) in Two Little Savoyards (13 Nov 1815 - 25 Nov 1815); Delta (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815)

Sealey, Miss

attendants on Adeline (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); female peasants (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Indian hunters (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Coryphees (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); chorus (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); young witches of the woods (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Stebbing, Miss

Florian (40) in Old Oak Chest (5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816)

Thornton, Miss

female peasants (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815); female peasants (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Indian hunters (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); Coryphees (24) in Jamie of Aberdeen (27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); young witches of the woods (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Weston, Miss

Rosina (18) in Asgard, the Daemon Hunter (30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815)

Weston, Mrs.

Nannette (49) in Conjuror (30 Oct 1815 - 4 Apr 1816); Dolly Dozey (6) in Gipsy Girl (6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815); Pekuah (21) in Harlequin Rasselas (20 Nov 1815 - 13 Dec 1815); Wowski (30) in Inscription (8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816); vocal attendants (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815); young witches of the woods (44) in Witch and the Owl (26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Young, Miss

vocal attendants (18) in Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815)

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Singers

Dancers

Entertainers

Pieces Performed And Summary Cast Lists

* Alphonso; or, The Traitor Unmasked

(melodrama) by J. B. Fisher (1 time, 1 Apr 1816)

Summary Cast:

Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse

(melodrama) by Miss Jane M. Scott (18 times, 30 Oct 1815 - 18 Nov 1815)

Summary Cast:

Conjuror, The; or, Blaise in Amaze

(burletta) by Miss Jane M. Scott, John Jolly (comp) (49 times, 30 Oct 1815 - 4 Apr 1816)

Summary Cast:

Egbert the Unknown; or, The Ghost Hermit

(melodrama) by Unknown (1 time, 2 Apr 1816)

* Fairly Taken In; or, The Rustic Revels

(ballet) by Austin (chor) (1 time, 25 Mar 1816)

Summary Cast:

Forest Knight, The; or, The King Bewildered

(burletta) by Miss Jane M. Scott (1 time, 28 Mar 1816)

Summary Cast:

Giorno Felice, Il; or, The Happy Day

(operatic entertainment) by Miss Jane M. Scott (1 time, 21 Mar 1816)

Summary Cast:

Gipsy Girl, The

(farce) by Miss Jane M. Scott (6 times, 6 Nov 1815 - 11 Nov 1815)

Summary Cast:

Harlequin Rasselas; or, The Happy Valley

(pantomime) by Miss Jane M. Scott, Lawrence (comp), John Jones (chor) (21 times, 20 Nov 1815 - 13 Dec 1815)

Summary Cast:

Inscription, The; or, Indian Hunters

(melodrama) by Miss Jane M. Scott, John Jolly (comp), James Sanderson (comp), Charles? Leclercq (chor) (30 times, 8 Jan 1816 - 4 Apr 1816)

Summary Cast:

* Intrigue

(ballet) by Unknown (chor) (1 time, 28 Mar 1816)

Intrigue, The; or, The Miser Duped

(burletta) by Humphries, Montague P. Corri (comp) (9 times, 14 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815)

Summary Cast:

Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist

(ballet) by John Jones (chor) (24 times, 27 Nov 1815 - 23 Dec 1815)

Summary Cast:

* Love in the Vintage

(ballet) by Charles? Leclercq (chor), John Jolly (comp) (46 times, 14 Dec 1815 - 6 Apr 1816)

Summary Cast:

* Old Oak Chest, The; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter

([m]) by Miss Jane M. Scott, John Jolly (comp) (40 times, 5 Feb 1816 - 6 Apr 1816)

Summary Cast:

* Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure

(melodrama) by Miss Jane M. Scott, John Jolly (comp) (15 times, 4 Mar 1816 - 6 Apr 1816)

Summary Cast:

Summer House, The

(comic operetta) by Miss Jane M. Scott, Lawrence (comp) (6 times, 30 Oct 1815 - 4 Nov 1815)

Summary Cast:

* Transformations; or, Harlequin Navigator

(comic pantomime) by Frederick Hartland, Montague P.? Corri (comp) (2 times, 25 Mar 1816 - 28 Mar 1816)

Summary Cast:

* "Turkish ballet"

(ballet) by Charles? Leclercq (chor) (1 time, 21 Mar 1816)

Summary Cast:

Two Little Savoyards, The

(burletta) by Unknown (12 times, 13 Nov 1815 - 25 Nov 1815)

Summary Cast:

Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad, The

(burletta) by Miss Jane M. Scott (18 times, 4 Dec 1815 - 23 Dec 1815)

Summary Cast:

* Witch and the Owl, The; or, The Palace of the Silver Lake

(pantomime) by Unknown, John Jolly (comp), James Sanderson (comp) (44 times, 26 Dec 1815 - 21 Mar 1816)

Summary Cast:

* Young Serenader, The

(divertissement) by Charles? Leclercq (chor) (12 times, 15 Jan 1816 - 27 Jan 1816)

Summary Cast:

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