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THE LONDON STAGE 1800-1900

Joseph Donohue and James Ellis, General Editors

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ROYAL ADELPHI THEATRE

(formerly THE SANS PAREIL THEATRE)

1806-1900

Calendar for 1892-1893

Edited by Meredith Klaus

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

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

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

Contents

Seasonal Digest

This season saw three new plays at the Adelphi—The Lights of Home, The Lost Paradise, and The Black Domino, all by the redoubtable Sims and Buchanan.  Of these, the first play echoed the nautical strains of Black Ey'd Susan and Harbour Lights, although, as the Times remarked, sailors no longer danced the hornpipe or shivered their timbers.  Modern innovations on the marine conventions notwithstanding, the play had the Adelphi's usual melodramatic success.

As noted by the Times (1 August 1892), the plot begins with a Romeo and Juliet motif.  The feuding families are the Garfields and Carringtons, and the star-crossed lovers are Phillip Carrington and Sybil Garfield.  The lady comes complete with a hotheaded brother Edgar and a rival for her hand in Arthur Tredgold.  As the loving couple elope, not to the cell of Friar Lawrence, but on Phillip's ship bound for Baltimore, the hero and his rival struggle briefly but inconclusively.  Phillip and Sybil board ship bound for America and romance, but the unsuccessful suitor meets his nemesis.  Arthur, it turns out, has villainously seduced a village maiden, Tress Purvis, and her vengeful father appears to seal Arthur's doom.  In Arthur's second struggle of the day, he inadvertently topples over a nearby cliff, leaving in everyone's mind the ugly suspicion that he was done in by his rival Phillip.  Phillip, as heroes will, feels compelled to return home to clear his name, a return climaxed by a shipwreck where Phillip's ship breaks up on a rocky shoal.  All are rescued but Phillip, who is presumed dead.  It is Tress, the betrayed maiden, who attempts to rescue him.  She fails in her attempt, but Phillip manages to swim to safety himself, dragging her unconscious body.  His dramatic reappearance resolves all difficulties.

The shipwreck scene provided a marvelous opportunity for sensational scenic effects—an opportunity brilliantly realized by the stage technicians of the Adelphi.  In the words of the Times,

The steamer lies athwart the stage, and, being supposed to strike upon a rock during a terrible storm, sinks into the raging billows under the eyes of an awe-struck and breathless house, while the hero, unaccountably left behind by the rescuing party of coastguardsmen, swims for his life, holding in his arms meanwhile the betrayed village maiden who has vainly come to his assistance in her father's boat.  If this is not the dernier mot of the stage carpenter, then marvels are, indeed, in store for us (1 August 1892).

At the beginning of The Season, Kyrle Bellew was replaced by Leonard Boyne as romantic lead.  The Times commended him—"as a mere physical achievement his performance is remarkable"—while the Theatre commented:  "Mr. Bellew lavishes upon the Adelphines refinements and natural touches to which they have been unaccustomed since Mr. Alexander left the house."

The Theatre was even more enthusiastic about the minor roles, finding the parts of Tress Purvis and her father Dave to be truly outstanding:

Mrs. Patrick Campbell and Mr. W. A. Elliot create a fine effect in these parts.  Mrs. Campbell's nervous frame vibrates with emotion.  Her artistic instinct serves her truly.  In her picture of Tress, she is never at fault.  Of singular pathos, of unutterable mournfulness, exquisite in womanly feeling is her playing in the great scene; and for Mr. Elliot's strong, sturdy, earnest work almost equal praise is due.  Only a great actor could do more with Dave than he does, and Dave, it may be said, is a part not unworthy of a Willard or a Tree (1 September 1892).

In The Lost Paradise, the Adelphi authors turned from the maritime to the political and to a product which is heavily socialist and proletarian.  The subject of the play is a workers' strike for higher wages, which pits the oppressed but noble workers against the devious capitalists.  The workers are led by a valiant young foreman, Reuben, played by Charles Warner, whose crusade against his employer is additionally motivated by the fact that Andrew Knowlton, the senior partner, played "with one or two excellent character touches" by W. A. Elliot, has stolen from Reuben the invention which made him rich, and upon which the prosperity of his gun factory depends.  The junior partner and fellow conniving capitalist was played with the requisite villainy by William Abingdon.  T. B. Thalberg and Mary Keegan played the parts of a "vapid pair of lovers," while the usual comic routines were ably performed by Clara Jecks and Welton Dale.  The Times found the piece "curious and interesting."  The most remarkable comment by the Times critic concerned the role of Margaret Knowlton, Andrew's daughter and heiress, a rather haughty and aristocratic young lady, who at first spurns but later requites the loyal affection of the hero Reuben.  The Times found in the character "a strong-mindedness which is somewhat disquieting in a heroine," and was relieved the part was played by Dorothy Dorr, "whose winning personality invests it with a tender interest."

The Black Domino was received by the reviewers with considerably less enthusiasm than it apparently had been by the public.  Turning from the portrayal of the noble but misrepresented hero, who struggles under a false accusation but remains true to his amorous or matrimonial vows, Sims and Buchanan "revert to the dramatic methods of the Buckstone period" with a hero who not only juggles the love of two women but stoops to forgery to finance his finagling.

The first act of The Black Domino is a wedding scene where Lord Dashwood is married to the wealthy and beautiful Mildred Vavasour:

Lord Dashwood has studied what George Meredith calls 'The Wild Oats Theory' to advantage.  He has played the prodigal son, and has eaten the husks, and now intends settling down with loving Mildred Vavasour to one long course of fatted calf.  One oat, however, springs full-blown from the earth, clad in sumptuous raiment, on his wedding morning (Theatre, May 1, 1893).

While the marriage ceremony progresses, watched by a chorus of gentlemen in hunting dress and a crowd of curious rustics, complications crowd the background.  Dashwood has been keeping company with a village girl named Clarice Berton, daughter to the honest (though French) village organist.  She would betray Dashwood to the wedding guests, but is restrained temporarily by her father.  However, further snares await the bridegroom.  Clarice departs for London to become Belle Hamilton, a popular courtesan in the style of Camille.  Dashwood, now ensnared by Belle, neglects his loving wife and falls deeply in debt.  The villainy of Belle/Clarice is compounded by Captain Greville, Dashwood's purported friend and Mildred's erstwhile suitor.  Determined to revenge his disappointment in love, Greville tempts Dashwood to forge his father's name to a document (later redeemed by a wealthy friend).  While Belle is seducing Dashwood, Greville has designs on Mildred.  Affairs climax at a fancy dress ball (hence the black domino which will disguise both Belle and Mildred).  Dashwood informs Mildred of her husband's perfidy and she arrives at the ball in disguise only to discover the truth.  Fainting as a result, Mildred is carried unconscious by Greville to his bedchamber.  Meanwhile, Belle discovers what has occurred, rushes to Greville's chamber, and changes places with the revived Mildred, concealing herself with Mildred's Black Domino.  Both Greville and Dashwood are amazed at the unmasking.  Dashwood determines to commit suicide, but is forestalled by Belle, who clears Dashwood's name and swallows poison to redeem herself.  The Times compared this piece with an earlier Adelphi success.

Old Adelphi playgoers remember with something like affection Buckstone's Green Bushes, which was one of the great successes of Mme. Céleste.  Connor O'Kennedy was by no means the ideal hero of these later times [see The Lights of Home and The Lost Paradise].  However, his sins and the suffering they entailed served only to endear him to the public, whose eyes were wet with tears for the sorrows of his devoted and betrayed wife and her unwitting rival Miami.  Exiled from home, the Irish patriot contracted new bonds in the far off valley of the Mississippi, and his expiation came when the two women he had wronged met face to face (3 April 1893).

The Times felt that the acting ability of Charles H. Glenney saved the role of Dashwood from being as despicable as he might have been while his almost-virtue was complemented by the devious villainy of Grenville and lost nothing "in the practiced hands of W. L. Abingdon."  A comic moneylender was played by Arthur Williams.  Clara Jecks and Welton Dale supplied additional comedy though the Theatre felt Clara Jecks' talents "pitiably wasted upon a wretched part" (1 May 1893).  The female rivals for Dashwood's questionable favors were Evelyn Millard and Mrs. Patrick Campbell, the latter of whom, according to the Times, "connives to establish some points of resemblance between Belle Hamilton and the consumptive heroine of La Dame aux Camélias."

Scenic wonders, the stock in trade of the Adelphi, were found in the rustic wedding chapel in the first act, the terrace of the Star and Garter at Richmond, and the fancy dress ball at Covent Garden.  Neither the Times nor the Theatre lavished their usual praise on the scenic effects, possibly because the wedding chapel looked like any rustic chapel, while the Covent Garden and Richmond scenes would be familiar to the Adelphi audiences as well as to their readers.

This successful season ended on 27 May 1893.

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Daily Calendar for 1892-1893

Illustration: The Adelphi Theatre façade by the Gatti Brothers (1892)  [1st Performance Jul 30, 1892]


 
Title:The Adelphi Theatre façade by the Gatti Brothers (1892)
Description:Adelphi Façade, 1892.  The Gatti brothers bought the theatre from Ben Webster in 1880 and made only cosmetic changes.  In 1886Ė87, they purchased 409 and 410 Strand converting them into the Adelphi Restaurant.  The frontage remained essentially the same but with plate glass windows.
1st Performance:Jul 30, 1892
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:New York Public Library Digital Gallery: http://menus.nypl.org/menu_pages/43819, Jul 20, 1892, Jul 20, 1892

Illustration: D'Auban, Frederick John (1842-1922): Dancer, choreographer, actor  [1st Performance Jul 30, 1892]


 
Title:D'Auban, Frederick John (1842-1922): Dancer, choreographer, actor
Description:D'Auban, Frederick John (1842-1922):  His family had a song and dance act, and later he danced professionally with his sister.  Although he was resident choreographer at the Adelphi in 1892-93, his name was not associated with any particular production in the programs.
1st Performance:Jul 30, 1892
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:Drawing of John D'Auban rehearsing the bass-baritone, William H. Denny for the role of The McCrankie in Haddon Hall, scanned from Burgin, G. B, "Rehearsing the Savoy Opera", Idler, January 1893 p.354.  Located on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_D%27Auban., Jan 1, 1893

Illustration: D'Auban, Frederick John (1842-1922): Dancer, choreographer, actor  [1st Performance Jul 30, 1892]


 
Title:D'Auban, Frederick John (1842-1922): Dancer, choreographer, actor
Description:D'Auban, Frederick John (1842-1922): He became popular as a "grotesque" dancer and famous as a choreographer in the 1890s.  He spent the 1892-93 season at the Adelphi.  For forty years he was associated with W. S. Gilbert.
1st Performance:Jul 30, 1892
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:A 19th century newspaper caricature of John D'Auban, artist unidentified. Reprinted in and scanned from "The Savoy Choreographers", The Savoyard, Vol. XX No. 1, March 1981, published by the D'Oyly Carte Opera Trust.  Located on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_D%27Auban., Jan 1, 1981

30 July 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 July 1892
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Lights of Home (1)

Author: George R. Sims; Author: Robert Buchanan; Composer: Henry Sprake

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Next 1 August 1892

Time:  7:45  Genre:  (Drama) new and original drama; 5 acts

First Night Cast:

Philip Carrington (First Mate, SS Northern Star): [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Edgar Garfield (of the Cliff Hall): Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold (Garfield's cousin): G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Jack Stebbing (a sailor lad): Willie Drew
Joe Pendred (a fisherman): J[ohn] Northcote
Ned Parsons: W. Northcote
Jim Atkins (a fisherman): Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis (a fisherman): W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne (a private enquiry agent): Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick (of the SS Northern Star): Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N. (of the coastguard service): Thomas Kingston
Sybil Garfield (Edgar Garfield's sister): Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis (Dave's sister): Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis (Dave's wife): Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick (the Captain's wife): Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon (of the Lobster Smack Inn): Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

Artistic Supervision

Artistic Supervision Commentary

Scenery Description

General, Music


1 August 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 August 1892
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lights of Home (2)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 30 July 1892; Next 2 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Edgar Garfield: Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: Thomas Kingston
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
Ned Parsons: W. Northcote
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

2 August 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 August 1892
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lights of Home (3)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 1 August 1892; Next 3 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Edgar Garfield: Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: Thomas Kingston
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
Ned Parsons: W. Northcote
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

3 August 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 August 1892
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lights of Home (4)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 2 August 1892; Next 4 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Edgar Garfield: Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: Thomas Kingston
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
Ned Parsons: W. Northcote
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

4 August 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 August 1892
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lights of Home (5)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 3 August 1892; Next 5 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Edgar Garfield: Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: Thomas Kingston
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
Ned Parsons: W. Northcote
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

5 August 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 August 1892
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lights of Home (6)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 4 August 1892; Next 6 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Edgar Garfield: Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: Thomas Kingston
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
Ned Parsons: W. Northcote
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

6 August 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 August 1892
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lights of Home (7)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 5 August 1892; Next 8 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Edgar Garfield: Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: Thomas Kingston
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
Ned Parsons: W. Northcote
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

8 August 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 August 1892
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lights of Home (8)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 6 August 1892; Next 9 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Edgar Garfield: Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: Thomas Kingston
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
Ned Parsons: W. Northcote
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

9 August 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 August 1892
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lights of Home (9)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 8 August 1892; Next 10 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Edgar Garfield: Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston (replaces G[eorge] W. Cockburn)
  Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote (replaces Thomas Kingston)
  Philip Carrington: G[eorge] W. Cockburn (replaces [H.] Kyrle Bellew)
OMITS  Ned Parsons: W. Northcote

Title: General Commentary


10 August 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 August 1892
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lights of Home (10)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 9 August 1892; Next 11 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Edgar Garfield: Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

11 August 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 August 1892
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lights of Home (11)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 10 August 1892; Next 12 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Edgar Garfield: Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

12 August 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
12 August 1892
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lights of Home (12)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 11 August 1892; Next 13 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Edgar Garfield: Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

13 August 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 August 1892
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lights of Home (13)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 12 August 1892; Next 15 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Edgar Garfield: Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

15 August 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 August 1892
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lights of Home (14)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 13 August 1892; Next 16 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Edgar Garfield: Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

16 August 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 August 1892
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lights of Home (15)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 15 August 1892; Next 17 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Edgar Garfield: Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

17 August 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 August 1892
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lights of Home (16)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 16 August 1892; Next 18 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Edgar Garfield: Charles Dalton
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

18 August 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 August 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (17)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 17 August 1892; Next 19 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn (replaces Charles Dalton)
  Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton (replaces G[eorge] W. Cockburn)

19 August 1892
Friday  Evening
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19 August 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (18)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 18 August 1892; Next 20 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

20 August 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 August 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (19)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 19 August 1892; Next 22 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

22 August 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 August 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (20)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 20 August 1892; Next 23 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

23 August 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 August 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (21)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 22 August 1892; Next 24 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

24 August 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 August 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (22)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 23 August 1892; Next 25 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

25 August 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 August 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (23)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 24 August 1892; Next 26 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

26 August 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 August 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (24)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 25 August 1892; Next 27 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

27 August 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 August 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (25)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 26 August 1892; Next 29 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

29 August 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 August 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (26)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 27 August 1892; Next 30 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

30 August 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 August 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (27)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 29 August 1892; Next 31 August 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

31 August 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 August 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (28)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 30 August 1892; Next 1 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

1 September 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 September 1892
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Lights of Home (29)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 31 August 1892; Next 2 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

2 September 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (30)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 1 September 1892; Next 3 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

3 September 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (31)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 2 September 1892; Next 5 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

5 September 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (32)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 3 September 1892; Next 6 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

6 September 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (33)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 5 September 1892; Next 7 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

7 September 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (34)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 6 September 1892; Next 8 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

8 September 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (35)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 7 September 1892; Next 9 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

9 September 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (36)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 8 September 1892; Next 10 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

10 September 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (37)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 9 September 1892; Next 12 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

12 September 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (38)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 10 September 1892; Next 13 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

13 September 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (39)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 12 September 1892; Next 14 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

14 September 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 September 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (40)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 13 September 1892; Next 15 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

15 September 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 September 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (41)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 14 September 1892; Next 16 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

16 September 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 September 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (42)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 15 September 1892; Next 17 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

17 September 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 September 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (43)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 16 September 1892; Next 19 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: Lionel Rignold
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

19 September 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
19 September 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (44)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 17 September 1892; Next 20 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner (replaces Lionel Rignold)

20 September 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (45)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 19 September 1892; Next 21 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

21 September 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (46)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 20 September 1892; Next 22 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

22 September 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (47)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 21 September 1892; Next 23 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

23 September 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (48)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 22 September 1892; Next 24 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

24 September 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (49)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 23 September 1892; Next 26 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

26 September 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (50)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 24 September 1892; Next 27 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

27 September 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (51)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 26 September 1892; Next 28 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

28 September 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (52)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 27 September 1892; Next 29 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

29 September 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (53)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 28 September 1892; Next 30 September 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

30 September 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 September 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (54)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 29 September 1892; Next 1 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

1 October 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (55)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 30 September 1892; Next 3 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

3 October 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (56)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 1 October 1892; Next 4 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

4 October 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (57)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 3 October 1892; Next 5 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

5 October 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (58)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 4 October 1892; Next 6 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

6 October 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (59)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 5 October 1892; Next 7 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

7 October 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (60)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 6 October 1892; Next 8 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

8 October 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (61)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 7 October 1892; Next 10 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

10 October 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (62)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 8 October 1892; Next 11 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

11 October 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (63)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 10 October 1892; Next 12 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

12 October 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (64)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 11 October 1892; Next 13 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

13 October 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (65)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 12 October 1892; Next 14 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

14 October 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (66)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 13 October 1892; Next 15 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

15 October 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (67)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 14 October 1892; Next 17 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

17 October 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 October 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (68)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 15 October 1892; Next 18 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

18 October 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (69)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 17 October 1892; Next 19 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

19 October 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 October 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (70)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 18 October 1892; Next 20 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

20 October 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 October 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (71)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 19 October 1892; Next 21 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

21 October 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
21 October 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (72)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 20 October 1892; Next 22 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

22 October 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 October 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (73)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 21 October 1892; Next 24 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

24 October 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 October 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (74)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 22 October 1892; Next 25 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

25 October 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (75)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 24 October 1892; Next 26 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

26 October 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (76)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 25 October 1892; Next 27 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

27 October 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (77)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 26 October 1892; Next 28 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

28 October 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
28 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (78)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 27 October 1892; Next 29 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

29 October 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
29 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (79)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 28 October 1892; Next 31 October 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

31 October 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
31 October 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (80)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 29 October 1892; Next 1 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Vena
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Tress Purvis: Miss Vena (replaces Mrs. Patrick Campbell)

1 November 1892
Tuesday  Evening
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1 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (81)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 31 October 1892; Next 2 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Vena
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

2 November 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (82)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 1 November 1892; Next 3 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr (replaces Miss Vena)

3 November 1892
Thursday  Evening
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3 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (83)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 2 November 1892; Next 4 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

4 November 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (84)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 3 November 1892; Next 5 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

5 November 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (85)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 4 November 1892; Next 7 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

7 November 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (86)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 5 November 1892; Next 8 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

8 November 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (87)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 7 November 1892; Next 9 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

9 November 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (88)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 8 November 1892; Next 10 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

10 November 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (89)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 9 November 1892; Next 11 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

11 November 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (90)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 10 November 1892; Next 12 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

12 November 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (91)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 11 November 1892; Next 14 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

14 November 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
14 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (92)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 12 November 1892; Next 15 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

15 November 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (93)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 14 November 1892; Next 16 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

16 November 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (94)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 15 November 1892; Next 17 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

17 November 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (95)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 16 November 1892; Next 18 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

18 November 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (96)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 17 November 1892; Next 19 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

19 November 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (97)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 18 November 1892; Next 21 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

21 November 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (98)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 19 November 1892; Next 22 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

22 November 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (99)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 21 November 1892; Next 23 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

23 November 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (100)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 22 November 1892; Next 24 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

24 November 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (101)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 23 November 1892; Next 25 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

25 November 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
25 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (102)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 24 November 1892; Next 26 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

26 November 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 November 1892
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1)  The Lights of Home (103)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 25 November 1892; Next 28 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

28 November 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 November 1892
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Lights of Home (104)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 26 November 1892; Next 29 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

29 November 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (105)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 28 November 1892; Next 30 November 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

30 November 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 November 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (106)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 29 November 1892; Next 1 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

1 December 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (107)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 30 November 1892; Next 2 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

2 December 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (108)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 1 December 1892; Next 3 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

3 December 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (109)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 2 December 1892; Next 5 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

5 December 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (110)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 3 December 1892; Next 6 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

6 December 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (111)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 5 December 1892; Next 7 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

7 December 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (112)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 6 December 1892; Next 8 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

8 December 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (113)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 7 December 1892; Next 9 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

9 December 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (114)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 8 December 1892; Next 10 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

10 December 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (115)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 9 December 1892; Next 12 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

12 December 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (116)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 10 December 1892; Next 13 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

13 December 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (117)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 12 December 1892; Next 14 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

14 December 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (118)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 13 December 1892; Next 15 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

15 December 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (119)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 14 December 1892; Next 16 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

16 December 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (120)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 15 December 1892; Next 17 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

17 December 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lights of Home (121)

Performances:  First 30 July 1892; Previous 16 December 1892

Cast:

Philip Carrington: Charles Dalton
Edgar Garfield: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Arthur Tredgold: Thomas Kingston
Jack Stebbing: Willie Drew
Joe Pendred: J[ohn] Northcote
Jim Atkins: Harwood Cooper
Dave Purvis: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Jim Chowne: [Eardley] W. Turner
Capt. Petherick: Howard Russell
Lt. Williamson, R.N.: W. Northcote
Sybil Garfield: Miss Evelyn Millard
Tress Purvis: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Mrs. Purvis: Mrs. H[enry] Leigh
Mrs. Petherick: Miss Ethel Hope
Martha Widgeon: Miss Clara Jecks
fishermen, women, children, passengers, emigrants, sailors, coastguardsmen, lifeboatmen, Negroes, and Negresses: Unlisted

19 December 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Preparations for The Lost Paradise


20 December 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Preparations for The Lost Paradise


21 December 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Preparations for The Lost Paradise


22 December 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 December 1892
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Lost Paradise (1)

Title Comment:  "Founded on the German of Ludwig Fulda. By arrangement with Mr. Charles Frohman" (bill)

Author: Henry C. De Mille

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Next 23 December 1892

Genre:  (Drama) new play; 4 acts

First Night Cast:

Reuben Maitland (superintendent of the works): Charles Warner
Ralph Standish (last leaf on the family tree): W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton (hale fellow well met and met often): T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher (Mr. Knowleton's man of business): Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett (foreman): J[ohn] Northcote
(men at the works)
      Schwarz: Charles Dalton
      Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
      Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins (a spark from the factory furnace): Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton (owner of the Knowleton Iron Works): W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton (a motherly worldling, Andrew Knowleton's wife): Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton (their daughter): Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher (Mr. Fletcher's niece): Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia (maid at the Knowletons): Miss Ada Rogers
Nell (girl at the works): Miss Grace Warner
Kate (girl at the works): Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders (girl at the works): Miss Clara Jecks

Scenery Description

General, Music


23 December 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lost Paradise (2)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 22 December 1892; Next 24 December 1892

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

24 December 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lost Paradise (3)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 23 December 1892; Next 26 December 1892

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

26 December 1892
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lost Paradise (4)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 24 December 1892; Next 27 December 1892

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

27 December 1892
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lost Paradise (5)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 26 December 1892; Next 28 December 1892

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

28 December 1892
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lost Paradise (6)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 27 December 1892; Next 29 December 1892

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

29 December 1892
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lost Paradise (7)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 28 December 1892; Next 30 December 1892

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

Cast Changes:

BUT  Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan (replaces Miss Evelyn Millard)

30 December 1892
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lost Paradise (8)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 29 December 1892; Next 31 December 1892

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

31 December 1892
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
31 December 1892
advertisement
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1)  The Lost Paradise (9)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 30 December 1892; Next 2 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

2 January 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  The Lost Paradise (10)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 31 December 1892; Next 3 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

3 January 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  The Lost Paradise (11)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 2 January 1893; Next 4 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

4 January 1893
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  The Lost Paradise (12)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 3 January 1893; Next 5 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

5 January 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  The Lost Paradise (13)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 4 January 1893; Next 6 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

6 January 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
6 January 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (1)

Author: [Charles Dance?]

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Next 7 January 1893

Time:  7:40  Genre:  (Comedietta) comedietta

First Night Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

Cast Commentary

2)  The Lost Paradise (14)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 5 January 1893; Next 7 January 1893

Time:  8:30

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

7 January 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
7 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (2)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 6 January 1893; Next 9 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (15)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 6 January 1893; Next 9 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

9 January 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
9 January 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (3)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 7 January 1893; Next 10 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (16)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 7 January 1893; Next 10 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

10 January 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (4)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 9 January 1893; Next 11 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (17)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 9 January 1893; Next 11 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

11 January 1893
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 January 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (5)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 10 January 1893; Next 12 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (18)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 10 January 1893; Next 12 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

12 January 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (6)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 11 January 1893; Next 13 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (19)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 11 January 1893; Next 13 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

13 January 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
13 January 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (7)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 12 January 1893; Next 14 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (20)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 12 January 1893; Next 14 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

14 January 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
14 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (8)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 13 January 1893; Next 16 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (21)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 13 January 1893; Next 16 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

16 January 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (9)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 14 January 1893; Next 17 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (22)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 14 January 1893; Next 17 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

17 January 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (10)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 16 January 1893; Next 18 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (23)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 16 January 1893; Next 18 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

18 January 1893
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (11)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 17 January 1893; Next 19 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (24)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 17 January 1893; Next 19 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

19 January 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (12)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 18 January 1893; Next 20 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (25)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 18 January 1893; Next 20 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

20 January 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (13)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 19 January 1893; Next 21 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (26)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 19 January 1893; Next 21 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

21 January 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
21 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (14)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 20 January 1893; Next 23 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (27)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 20 January 1893; Next 23 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

23 January 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
23 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (15)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 21 January 1893; Next 24 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (28)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 21 January 1893; Next 24 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

24 January 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (16)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 23 January 1893; Next 25 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (29)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 23 January 1893; Next 25 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

25 January 1893
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (17)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 24 January 1893; Next 26 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (30)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 24 January 1893; Next 26 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

26 January 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (18)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 25 January 1893; Next 27 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (31)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 25 January 1893; Next 27 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

27 January 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (19)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 26 January 1893; Next 28 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (32)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 26 January 1893; Next 28 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

28 January 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
28 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (20)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 27 January 1893; Next 30 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (33)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 27 January 1893; Next 30 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Emilie Grattan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

Cast Changes:

BUT  Polly Fletcher: Miss Emilie Grattan (replaces Miss Mary H. Keegan)

30 January 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
30 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (21)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 28 January 1893; Next 31 January 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (34)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 28 January 1893; Next 31 January 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Emilie Grattan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

31 January 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (22)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 30 January 1893; Next 1 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (35)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 30 January 1893; Next 1 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Emilie Grattan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

1 February 1893
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 February 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (23)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 31 January 1893; Next 2 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (36)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 31 January 1893; Next 2 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Emilie Grattan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

2 February 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (24)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 1 February 1893; Next 3 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (37)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 1 February 1893; Next 3 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Emilie Grattan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

3 February 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (25)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 2 February 1893; Next 4 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (38)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 2 February 1893; Next 4 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Emilie Grattan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

4 February 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 February 1893
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Who Speaks First? (26)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 3 February 1893; Next 6 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (39)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 3 February 1893; Next 6 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Emilie Grattan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

6 February 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 February 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (27)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 4 February 1893; Next 7 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (40)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 4 February 1893; Next 7 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Emilie Grattan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

7 February 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (28)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 6 February 1893; Next 8 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (41)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 6 February 1893; Next 8 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Emilie Grattan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

8 February 1893
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 February 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (29)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 7 February 1893; Next 9 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (42)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 7 February 1893; Next 9 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Emilie Grattan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

9 February 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (30)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 8 February 1893; Next 10 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (43)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 8 February 1893; Next 10 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Emilie Grattan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

10 February 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
10 February 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (31)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 9 February 1893; Next 11 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (44)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 9 February 1893; Next 11 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Emilie Grattan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

11 February 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 February 1893
advertisement
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1)  Who Speaks First? (32)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 10 February 1893; Next 13 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (45)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 10 February 1893; Next 13 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Emilie Grattan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

13 February 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 February 1893
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Who Speaks First? (33)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 11 February 1893; Next 14 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (46)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 11 February 1893; Next 14 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Emilie Grattan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

14 February 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1893
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Who Speaks First? (34)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 13 February 1893; Next 15 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (47)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 13 February 1893; Next 15 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

Cast Changes:

BUT  Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan (replaces Miss Emilie Grattan)

15 February 1893
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 February 1893
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Who Speaks First? (35)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 14 February 1893; Next 16 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (48)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 14 February 1893; Next 16 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

16 February 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1893
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Who Speaks First? (36)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 15 February 1893; Next 17 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (49)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 15 February 1893; Next 17 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

17 February 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1893
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Who Speaks First? (37)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 16 February 1893; Next 18 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (50)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 16 February 1893; Next 18 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

18 February 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1893
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Who Speaks First? (38)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 17 February 1893; Next 20 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (51)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 17 February 1893; Next 20 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

Cast Changes:

BUT  Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard (replaces Miss Mary H. Keegan)

20 February 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 February 1893
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Who Speaks First? (39)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 18 February 1893; Next 21 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (52)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 18 February 1893; Next 21 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

21 February 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1893
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Who Speaks First? (40)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 20 February 1893; Next 22 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (53)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 20 February 1893; Next 22 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

22 February 1893
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 February 1893
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Who Speaks First? (41)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 21 February 1893; Next 23 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (54)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 21 February 1893; Next 23 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

23 February 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1893
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Who Speaks First? (42)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 22 February 1893; Next 24 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (55)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 22 February 1893; Next 24 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

24 February 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 February 1893
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Who Speaks First? (43)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 23 February 1893; Next 25 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (56)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 23 February 1893; Next 25 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

25 February 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 February 1893
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Who Speaks First? (44)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 24 February 1893; Next 27 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (57)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 24 February 1893; Next 27 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

27 February 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 February 1893
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Who Speaks First? (45)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 25 February 1893; Next 28 February 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (58)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 25 February 1893; Next 28 February 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

28 February 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 February 1893
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Who Speaks First? (46)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 27 February 1893; Next 1 March 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (59)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 27 February 1893; Next 1 March 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

1 March 1893
Wednesday  Evening
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1 March 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (47)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 28 February 1893; Next 2 March 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (60)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 28 February 1893; Next 2 March 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

2 March 1893
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2 March 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (48)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 1 March 1893; Next 3 March 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (61)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 1 March 1893; Next 3 March 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

3 March 1893
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3 March 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (49)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 2 March 1893; Next 4 March 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (62)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 2 March 1893; Next 4 March 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

4 March 1893
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4 March 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (50)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 3 March 1893; Next 6 March 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (63)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 3 March 1893; Next 6 March 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

6 March 1893
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6 March 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (51)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 4 March 1893; Next 7 March 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (64)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 4 March 1893; Next 7 March 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

7 March 1893
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7 March 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (52)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 6 March 1893; Next 8 March 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (65)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 6 March 1893; Next 8 March 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

8 March 1893
Wednesday  Evening
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8 March 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (53)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 7 March 1893; Next 9 March 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (66)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 7 March 1893; Next 9 March 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

9 March 1893
Thursday  Evening
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9 March 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (54)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 8 March 1893; Next 10 March 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (67)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 8 March 1893; Next 10 March 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

10 March 1893
Friday  Evening
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10 March 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (55)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 9 March 1893; Next 11 March 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (68)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 9 March 1893; Next 11 March 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

11 March 1893
Saturday  Evening
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11 March 1893
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1)  Who Speaks First? (56)

Performances:  First 6 January 1893; Previous 10 March 1893

Cast:

Captain Charles: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Ernest Militant: Howard Russell
Potter: W. Northcote
Mrs. Ernest Militant: Miss Mary H. Keegan
Smart: Miss Ada Rogers
 

2)  The Lost Paradise (69)

Performances:  First 22 December 1892; Previous 10 March 1893

Cast:

Reuben Maitland: Charles Warner
Ralph Standish: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Bob Appleton: T. B. Thalberg
Fletcher: Sant Matthews
Joe Barrett: J[ohn] Northcote
Schwarz: Charles Dalton
Benzel: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Hyatt: Howard Russell
Billy Hopkins: Welton Dale
Andrew Knowlton: W[illiam] A. Elliott
Mrs. Knowlton: Miss Ethel Hope
Margaret Knowlton: Miss Dorothy Dorr
Polly Fletcher: Miss Evelyn Millard
Julia: Miss Ada Rogers
Nell: Miss Grace Warner
Kate: Miss Marion Dolby
Cinders: Miss Clara Jecks

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1 April 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 April 1893
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Black Domino (1)

Author: George R. Sims; Author: Robert Buchanan; Composer: Henry Sprake

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Next 3 April 1893

Time:  7:45  Genre:  (Drama) new and original drama; 5 acts

First Night Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun (James's brother): W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

Cast Commentary

Scenery Description

General, Music


3 April 1893
Monday  Evening
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3 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (2)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 1 April 1893; Next 4 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

4 April 1893
Tuesday  Evening
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4 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (3)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 3 April 1893; Next 5 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

5 April 1893
Wednesday  Evening
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5 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (4)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 4 April 1893; Next 6 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

6 April 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (5)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 5 April 1893; Next 7 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

7 April 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (6)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 6 April 1893; Next 8 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

8 April 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 April 1893
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Black Domino (7)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 7 April 1893; Next 10 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

General, Entertainment


10 April 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (8)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 8 April 1893; Next 11 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

11 April 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (9)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 10 April 1893; Next 12 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

12 April 1893
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 April 1893
advertisement
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1)  The Black Domino (10)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 11 April 1893; Next 13 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

13 April 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (11)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 12 April 1893; Next 14 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

14 April 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (12)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 13 April 1893; Next 15 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

15 April 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (13)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 14 April 1893; Next 17 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

17 April 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (14)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 15 April 1893; Next 18 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

18 April 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (15)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 17 April 1893; Next 19 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

19 April 1893
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (16)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 18 April 1893; Next 20 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

20 April 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (17)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 19 April 1893; Next 21 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

21 April 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
21 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (18)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 20 April 1893; Next 22 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

22 April 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (19)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 21 April 1893; Next 24 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

24 April 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (20)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 22 April 1893; Next 25 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

25 April 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (21)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 24 April 1893; Next 26 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

26 April 1893
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (22)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 25 April 1893; Next 27 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

27 April 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (23)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 26 April 1893; Next 28 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

28 April 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
28 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (24)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 27 April 1893; Next 29 April 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

29 April 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
29 April 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (25)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 28 April 1893; Next 1 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

1 May 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (26)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 29 April 1893; Next 2 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

2 May 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (27)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 1 May 1893; Next 3 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

3 May 1893
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (28)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 2 May 1893; Next 4 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

4 May 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1893
advertisement
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1)  The Black Domino (29)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 3 May 1893; Next 5 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

5 May 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (30)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 4 May 1893; Next 6 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

6 May 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (31)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 5 May 1893; Next 8 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

8 May 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (32)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 6 May 1893; Next 9 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

9 May 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (33)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 8 May 1893; Next 10 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

10 May 1893
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (34)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 9 May 1893; Next 11 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

11 May 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (35)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 10 May 1893; Next 12 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

12 May 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
12 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (36)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 11 May 1893; Next 13 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

13 May 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (37)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 12 May 1893; Next 15 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Miss Olga Brandon
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Clarice Berton: Miss Olga Brandon (replaces Mrs. Patrick Campbell)

15 May 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (38)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 13 May 1893; Next 16 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Miss Olga Brandon
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

16 May 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (39)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 15 May 1893; Next 17 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Miss Olga Brandon
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

17 May 1893
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (40)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 16 May 1893; Next 18 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Miss Olga Brandon
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

18 May 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (41)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 17 May 1893; Next 19 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Miss Olga Brandon
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

19 May 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (42)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 18 May 1893; Next 20 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Miss Olga Brandon
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

20 May 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (43)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 19 May 1893; Next 22 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Miss Olga Brandon
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

22 May 1893
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (44)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 20 May 1893; Next 23 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Miss Olga Brandon
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

23 May 1893
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (45)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 22 May 1893; Next 24 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Miss Olga Brandon
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

24 May 1893
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (46)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 23 May 1893; Next 25 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Miss Olga Brandon
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

25 May 1893
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (47)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 24 May 1893; Next 26 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Miss Olga Brandon
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

26 May 1893
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 May 1893
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1)  The Black Domino (48)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 25 May 1893; Next 27 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Miss Olga Brandon
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

27 May 1893
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 May 1893
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Black Domino (49)

Performances:  First 1 April 1893; Previous 26 May 1893

Cast:

Lord Dashwood: Charles H. Glenney
The Earl of Arlington: W[ill] Dennis
Captain Greville: W[illiam] L. Abingdon
Pierre Berton: G[eorge] W. Cockburn
Chevenix Chase: Welton Dale
Dr. Maitland: T. B. Thalberg
Major O'Flaherty: John Le Hay
Jack Vavasour: C[harles] M. Hallard
Lord Drewcourt: R. C. Stuart
Charlie Watts: Master H[arry] Buss
Joshua Honeybun: Arthur Williams
James Honeybun: W. Northcote
old gentleman: John Phipps
Sir George Johnson: Silverthorne
inspector of police: Howard Russell
Stokes: Harwood Cooper
bust of Homer: [J. H.] Kersley
Parker: J[ohn] Northcote
Reynolds: H. Edgecumbe
Mildred Vavasour: Miss Evelyn Millard
Clarice Berton: Miss Olga Brandon
Rose Berton: Miss Bessie Hatton
Mrs. Alabaster: Miss Ethel Hope
maid: Miss Ada Rogers
Birdie Boston: Miss Nita Carlyon
Gussie Conyers: Miss Stella Berridge
Granny Norbury: Miss G. Conway
Dolly Chester: Miss Clara Jecks
villagers, huntsmen, policemen, porters, flowergirls, costers dancers, cabbies, M. C.s, children: Unlisted

Seasonal Summary

Royal Adelphi Theatre. Doors open 7:30, curtain 8:00.

Ticket prices: private boxes (grand tier) 3 guineas, private boxes (pit tier) 2 guineas, private boxes (upper circle tier) 1 guinea, orchestra stalls 10/-, balcony stalls 6/-, upper circle 3/-, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

30 Jul 1892 - 27 May 1893; 239 performances: 239 evening

Dark (20):Preparations for The Lost Paradise (19 Dec 1892, 20 Dec 1892, 21 Dec 1892)
Spring break (13 Mar 1893, 14 Mar 1893, 15 Mar 1893, 16 Mar 1893, 17 Mar 1893, 18 Mar 1893, 20 Mar 1893, 21 Mar 1893, 22 Mar 1893, 23 Mar 1893, 24 Mar 1893, 25 Mar 1893, 27 Mar 1893, 28 Mar 1893, 29 Mar 1893, 30 Mar 1893, 31 Mar 1893)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Gatti, Agostino
Gatti, Stefano
House managers:Gatti, Agostino
Gatti, Stefano
Acting managers:Jecks, Charles A.
Treasurers:Jecks, Charles A.
Stage directors:Norman, E. B.
Stage managers:Norman, E. B.
Directors of music:Sprake, Henry
Choreographers:D'Auban, John
Scene painters:Hann, Walter
Johnstone, W.
Perkins, William
Smith, Bruce
Lighting technicians:Edison and Swann United Electric Light Company (contractor)
Furnishings:J. S. Lyons and Co. (contractor)
Stage mechanics:Loftin, H.
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Karl, Charles
L. and H. Nathan (contractor)
Wardrobe (wigs):Clarkson, William

Authors/Pieces

Buchanan, Robert Lights of Home, The (30 Jul 1892)
Coyne, Joseph S. Black Domino, The (1 Apr 1893)
Dance, Charles Who Speaks First? (6 Jan 1893)
De Mille, Henry C. Lost Paradise, The (22 Dec 1892)
Sims, George R. Lights of Home, The (30 Jul 1892)
Sprake, Henry Lights of Home, The (30 Jul 1892)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Emden, Henry Exterior of Dave Purvis's cottage (30 Jul 1892)
Steamship Northern Star at sea, the (30 Jul 1892)
Johnstone, W. Captain Greville's room (1 Apr 1893)
Lord Dashwood's house in town (1 Apr 1893)
Perkins, William Fishing village—exterior of the Lobster Smack Inn, the (30 Jul 1892)
Unlisted Title # 158 (30 Jul 1892)
Smith, Bruce Black Domino, The (1 Apr 1893)
Bottom of the cliff, the (30 Jul 1892)
Bow Street Police Station (1 Apr 1893)
Coastguard station, the (30 Jul 1892)
Cottage, near Baltimore, USA, a (30 Jul 1892)
Covent Garden Market in the early morning (1 Apr 1893)
Dave Purvis's Cottage (30 Jul 1892)
Fancy dress ball at Covent Garden, the (1 Apr 1893)
Honeybun and Co.'s office (1 Apr 1893)
Outside the Cliff Hall (30 Jul 1892)
Pierre Berton's lodgings (1 Apr 1893)
Time: the present Ferndale Church and park (1 Apr 1893)
Top of the cliff, the (30 Jul 1892)
Vestibule of Covent Garden Theatre, the (1 Apr 1893)
Unattributed At the Knowlton's (22 Dec 1892)
Home of the Knowltons, the (22 Dec 1892)
Present, The (30 Jul 1892)
Star and Garter Richmond (1 Apr 1893)
Superintedent's room at the works, the (22 Dec 1892)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

Black Domino, The

(Drama, 5 acts) by Buchanan, Robert (Author); Sims, George R. (Author); Sprake, Henry (Composer) (49 Performances, 1 Apr 1893 - 27 May 1893)

Summary Cast:

Lights of Home, The

(Drama, 5 acts) by Buchanan, Robert (Author); Sims, George R. (Author); Sprake, Henry (Composer) (121 Performances, 30 Jul 1892 - 17 Dec 1892)

Summary Cast:

Lost Paradise, The

(Drama, 4 acts) by De Mille, Henry C. (Author) (69 Performances, 22 Dec 1892 - 11 Mar 1893)

Summary Cast:

Who Speaks First?

(Comedietta by Dance, Charles (Author) (56 Performances, 6 Jan 1893 - 11 Mar 1893)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Abingdon, William L.

Bellew, H. Kyrle

Buss, Master Harry

Cockburn, George W.

Cooper, Harwood

Dale, Welton

Dalton, Charles

Dennis, Will

Drew, Willie

Edgecumbe, H.

Elliott, William A.

Glenney, Charles H.

Hallard, Charles M.

Kersley, J. H.

Kingston, Thomas

Le Beau, Alfred

Le Hay, John

Matthews, Sant

Northcote, John

Northcote, W.

Phipps, John

Rignold, Lionel

Russell, Howard

Silverthorne

Stuart, R. C.

Thalberg, T. B.

Turner, Eardley W.

Unlisted

Warner, Charles

Williams, Arthur

Williams, Warwick

Actresses

Berridge, Miss Stella

Brandon, Miss Olga

Campbell, Mrs. Patrick

Carlyon, Miss Nita

Conway, Miss G.

Dolby, Miss Marion

Dorr, Miss Dorothy

Grattan, Miss Emilie

Hatton, Miss Bessie

Hope, Miss Ethel

Jecks, Miss Clara

Keegan, Miss Mary H.

Leigh, Mrs. Henry

Millard, Miss Evelyn

Rogers, Miss Ada

Vena, Miss

Warner, Miss Grace

Musicians

Le Beau, Alfred

Williams, Warwick

General Music Composers/Pieces

Auber, Daniel F. Domino Noir, Le (1 Apr 1893)
Beck, Alphons Meo Pensiero (1 Apr 1893)
Binding, E. Life on the Ocean, A (30 Jul 1892)
Fahrbach, Philipp Au Clair de Lune (1 Apr 1893)
Green, Thomas Caprice (1 Apr 1893)
Hume, I. Ord Danse Antique (30 Jul 1892)
Ivanovici, I. Incognito (30 Jul 1892)
Le Thière, Charles Silva (30 Jul 1892)
Myddelton, William H. Homage to the Thrush (30 Jul 1892)
Schrammel, Johann Gardes Nobles, Les (30 Jul 1892)
Sprake, Henry Lights of Home, The (30 Jul 1892)
Sullivan, Arthur S. Haddon Hall (1 Apr 1893)
Suppe, Herr Franz Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna (22 Dec 1892)
Unlisted Babylonia (22 Dec 1892)
Op. 151 (22 Dec 1892)
Waldteufel, Emile Acclamations (22 Dec 1892)
Bagatelle (22 Dec 1892)
Williams, Warwick Pantomania (1 Apr 1893)

General Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Entertainment written and performed by John Le Hay (8 Apr 1893)



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