1823-1849, English, Published edition: [Theater playbills for Shakespeare plays: Cymbeline].

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  • [9] items ; 72 x 23 cm. or smaller.
Published
  • [1823-1849].
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • [Theater playbills for Shakespeare plays: Cymbeline].
Also Titled
  • Cymbeline.
  • Esmeralda, or, The deformed of Notre Dame.
  • Golden axe, or, Harlequin and the fairy lake.
  • Harlequín and William Tell.
  • Highland reel.
  • Honeymoon, or, How to rule a wife.
  • Matrimony.
  • Much ado about nothing.
  • Sonnambula.
Other Creators
  • Bellini, Vincenzo, 1801-1835. Sonnambula.
  • Fitzball, Edward, 1792-1873. Esmeralda.
  • Kenney, James, 1780-1849. Matrimony.
  • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Cymbeline.
  • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Much ado about nothing.
  • Shield, William, 1748-1829. Highland reel.
  • Tobin, John, 1770-1804. Honey moon.
  • Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London England)
  • Theatre Royal (Birmingham, England)
  • Theater Playbills and Programs Collection (Library of Congress)
Published
  • [1823-1849].
Physical Description
  • [9] items ; 72 x 23 cm. or smaller.
Subjects
Contents
  • Folder 7, pt. 1 (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, January 24, 1823-February 16, 1843): Cymbeline. To conclude with (for the seventeenth time) a new comic pantomime, called The Golden axe, or, Harlequin and the fairy lake. Simpson &​ Co. ... will be performed together to-morrow, with the pantomime. The new pantomime being completely successfull will be performed every evening (Friday, January 24, 1823)
  • Cymbeline. To conclude with (for the 21st time) The Golden axe, or, Harlequin and the fairy lake (Wednesday, January 29, 1823)
  • For the benefit of Miss Foote, and the last night of her performing in London this season. On Wednesday next, May 10, 1826, Cymbeline. After Cymbeline, the petite comedy of Matrimony. The whole to conclude with the musical farce of The highland reel (Wednesday, May 10, 1826)
  • Cymbeline, from the text of Shakspeare. After which (24th time) a new grand romantic comestic tragi-comic Christmas pantomime entitled Harlequin and William Tell, or, The genius of the ribstone pippin. The pantomime every evening. On Monday, Macbeth. On Tuesday, Sir Edward Lytton Bulwer's play of the Lady of Lyons, or, Love and pride, with the pantomime. On Wednesday, the historical tragedy of King John, after which the abridged version of Rossini's La gazza ladra. On Thursday, Handel's opera of Acis &​ Galatea, with the pantomime and the farce of the Eton boy. On Friday (by desire) Shakspeare's tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, with the pantomime (Saturday, January 21, 1843)
  • Cymbeline. After which (29th time) Harlequin and William Tell. The pantomime every evening. On Monday, Macbeth. On Tuesday, Lady of Lyons, or, Love and pride, with the pantomime. On Wednesday, As You Like it, from the text of Shakspeare, with the pantomime. On Thursday (last time), Acis &​ Galatea, with the pantomime and the Eton boy. On Friday, Lord Byron's tragedy of Werner, or, The inheritance (Saturday, January 28, 1843).
  • Folder 7, pt. 2 (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, February 4-15, 1843): Last night of the pantomime. Cymbeline. After which (35th &​ last time) Harlequin and William Tell. On Monday, Macbeth, after which, Weber's romantic opera of Der Freischutz. On Tuesday, Lady of Lyons, after which Bellini's opera of La sonnamubla. On Wednesday, the historical tragedy of King John, after which the abridged version of Rossini's La gazza ladra. On Thursday, Goldsmith's comedy of She stoops to conquer. On Friday, a play of Shakspeare's. On Saturday, will be produced a new play. After which a new farce called the Thumping legacy (Saturday, February 4, 1843)
  • Cymbeline. After which, Bellini's opera of La sonnambula. To-morrow, the new play of A blot in the 'scutcheon, with the Thumping legacy and Der Freischutz. On Saturday, Goldsmith's comedy of She stoops to conquer, after which La gazza ladra. On Monday, Macbeth, with Weber's opera of Der Freischutz. On Tuesday, Lady of Lyons, with the new farce of the Thumping legacy. On Wednesday, As you like it. Mr. Macready's benefit, on Friday, February 24th, will be produced the play of Much ado about nothing ... and Milton's Comus, adapted for representation from the poet's text. The new play of A blot in the 'scutcheon! and the new farce of the Thumping legacy will be repeated to-morrow, and three times a week till further notice (Thursday, February 15, 1843).
  • Folder 7, pt. 3 (Theatre Royal, Birmingham, April 24-May 8, 1849): For the benefit of Miss Frankland. Re-engagement of Mr. &​ Mrs. Sloan for four nights only. Shakspeare's historical play of Cymbeline, King of Britain. After which, a pas de deux, by Mademoiselle &​ Monsieur Gilmer. To conclude with Tobin's celebrated comedy of the Honeymoon, or, How to rule a wife (Theatre Royal, Birmingham, April 24, 1849)
  • Notice! ... For the benefit of Mr. Conway. Seventh appearance of Mr. H. Webb. Cymbelline, King of Britain. To conclude with the romantic and popular drama of Esmeralda, or, The deformed of Notre Dame (Theatre Royal, Birmingham, May 8, 1849).
Notes
  • Includes playbills for performances at Theatre Royal, Birmingham by Mr. Lunt, Mr. Atkins, Mr. Couldock, Mr. Munro, Mr. Charles Horsman, Mr. Mortimer, Mr. Glydon, Mr. Conway, Mr. Tapping, Mr. Gardiner, Mr. Irwin, Mr. Young, Mr. Blanchard, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Barton, Mr. Asbury, Miss Gardiner, Miss Frankland, Miss Bishop, Mr. John Sloan, Mrs. Sloan, Mr. Addison, Miss Mary Keeley, Mrs. Gardiner, Mademoiselle &​ Monsieur Gilmer, Mr. Bedworth, Miss Lemmon, Miss M.A. Smith.
  • Includes playbills for performances at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane by Mr. Powell, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Mercer, Mr. Penley, Mr. Terry, Mr. Willmott, Mr. Kean, Mr. Young, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Coveney, Mr. King, Mr. Younge, Mr. Pope, Mr. Turnour, Mr. Meredith, Mrs. Knight, Young Lady, Miss Phillips, Miss Cubitt, Mr. Fitzwilliam, Mr. Howard, Mr. G. Smith, Mr. Noble, Mr. Blanchard, Mr. Southby, Mr. Ridgway, Miss Tree, Mr. Millar, Miss Clara Fisher, Mr. Young, Mr. Liston, Mr. Macready, Mr. Archer, Mr. Mercer, Mr. Browne, Mr. Comer, Mr. Yarnold, Mr. Fenton, Mr. Bennett, Mrs. Knight, Miss Foote, Mr. Gattie, Mr. Fitzwilliam, Mr. Nicholl, Miss Povey, Mr. Horn, Mr. Harley, Mr. Ryder, Mr. Compton, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Phelps, Mr. Hudson, Mr. Allen, Mr. Elton, Mr. Waldron, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Selby, Mr. Lynne, Mr. Stanton, Mr. Bender, Mr. Stretton, Mr. J. Reeves, Miss P. Horton, Mrs. Serle, Miss Ellis, Miss Helen Faucit, Miss Fairbrother, Mr. W.H. Bland, Mr. G. Bennett, Mr. Mellon, Mrs. Watson, Miss Newcombe, Mr. Hance, Mr. Howell, Mr. C.J. Smith, Mr. Stilt, Mr. Gouriet, Mr. T. Matthews.
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