Much Ado About Nothing, 2 May 1891, Image 2 of 3
TO-DAY AT 2 O'CLOCK, A REPRODUCTION OF SHAKESPEARE'S COMEDY OF
Much Ado About Nothing
The Scenery by HAWES CRAVEN, W.CUTHBERT AND WILLIAM TELBIN.
The Overture and Incidental Music composed and arranged by Mr. MEREDITH BALL.
Hymn, "Pardon Goddess of the Night," by the Rev. Canon DUNCOMBE.
"Sigh no more,Ladies," STEVENS.
Dresses by AUGUSTE et Cie, L. AND H. NATHAN, Mrs REID, and MRS. NETTLESHIP.
Machinist, Mr. FILLERY. Appointments by Mr. ARNOTT.
Benedick: Mr HENRY IRVING.
Don Pedro: Mr. MACKLIN.
Don John: Mr. HAVILAND.
Claudio: Mr. TERRISS.
Leonato: Mr. WENMAN.
Antonio : MR. HOWE.
Balthazar (with Song): Mr J.ROBERTSON
Borachio: Mr. TYARS
Conrade : Mr. HARVEY
Friar Francis : Mr. ALFRED BISHOP.
Dogberry: Mr. MACKINTOSH
Verges: Mr. DAVIES
Seacol: Mr. ARCHER
Oatcake: Mr. LORRISS
A Sexton: Mr. REYNOLDS.
A Messenger: Mr. GORDON CRAIG.
A Boy: Mss HOLLAND
Hero: Miss ANNIE IRISH
Margaret: MISS KATE PHILLIPS
Ursula: Miss COLERIDGE
Beatrice: Miss ELLEN TERRY.
Ladies, Gentlemen, Maskers, Pages, Attendants, Musicians, Guards, Watchmen, Soldiers, Servants &c. &c.
The intervals after each Act are: Act I., Six Minutes; Act II., No interval; Act III., Fifteen Minutes; Act IV., Ten Minutes.
Programme of Music:
The Overture and Three ENTR'ACTES by Mr. MEREDITH BALL.
ROMANZ "Der Fischer" - Hollander.
Stage Manager - Mr. H. J. LOVEDAY.
Musical Director - Mr MEREDITH BALL.
Acting Manager - Mr. BRAM STOKER.
The next Play in the series of Lyceum reproductions will be
THE CORSICAN BROTHERS.
Louis dei Franchi/Fabien dei Franchi: Mr. IRVING.
The Play wil be given on TUESDAY NIGHT, MAY 12, and will be preceded at 8.15 by CHARLES READE'S Comedy in One Act,
Mrs. Oldfield: Miss ELLEN TERRY
The Bill of the Play is in every part of the House supplied without charge. Any cause of complaint should be at once referred to the Acting Manager.
Actors' Benevolent Fund.
A Special MATINEE of "DAVID GARRICK," for the
Benefit of the ACTORS' BENEVOLENT FUND, will be given
by Mr. CHARLES WYNDHAM, at the CRITERION THEATRE,
on Thursday, May 7. The whole of the Criterion
Company have proffered their services for the occasion.
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