Much Ado About Nothing, 26-30 September 1904, Image 3 of 5
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MONDAY, September 26th, for Six Nights at 8, and MATINEE WEDNESDAY, at 2.30.
First Visit to Boscombe of Greatest Actress MISS ELLEN TERRY AND HER COMPANY.
Monday, Sept. 26th, Tuesday, Sept. 27th, and Friday, Sept. 30th.
SHAKESPEARE'S COMEDY, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.
Designed and Produced under the direction of Mr. Edward Gordon Craig.
Don Pedro (Prince of Arragon): Mr. Charles Thursby
Don John (His Bastard Brother): Mr. T.A. Shannon
Claudio (A Young Lord of Florence): Mr. E.Harcourt Williams
Benedick (A Young Lord of Padua): Mr. Matheson Lang
Leonato (Governor of Messina): Mr. George Fitzgerald
Antonio (His Brother): Mr. J.S. Hamilton
Balthazar (Attendant on Don Pedro): Mr Penderel Price
Borachio, Conrade (Followers of Don John): Mr. Alfred Bucklaw, Mr. Eustace Le Grand
Dogberry,Verges (Two City Officers): Mr. JOhn Willes, Mr. Tom Paulton
Friar Francis: Mr. Halliwell Hobbes
A Sexton: Mr. Paul Burnand
A Boy: Miss Phyllis Carr
Oatcake: Mr. Goodwin Nock
Seacole: Mr. Charles a. Staite
Watchman: Mr. James Cazenove
2nd Watchman: Mr. George Herbert
Messenber: Mr. Leonard Craske
Hero: Miss Hutin Britton
Margaret: Miss Edith King
Ursula: Miss Penelope Wheeler
Beatrice: Miss Ellen Terry
Act 1-Scene: Leonato's House
Act 2-Scenes 1, 2 and 3: Leonato's Garden, Scene 4: A Street
Act 3-Scene A Church
Act 4-Scene 1: A Prison, Scene 2: Leonato's Garden, Scene 3: Monument of Leonato, Scene 4: Leonato's Garden.
General Manager (for Miss Ellen Terry) Mr. Alfred Courtenay
Acting Manager: Mr. Thomas J. Courtly
Advance Representative: Mr. G. Aubrey Hall
Stage manager: Mr. Charles La Trobe
Musical Director: Mr. Christopher Wilson
Programme of Music
Overture "Poet and Peasant" - Suppe
Two Pieces - Matt
Three Dances "Henry VIII" German
Entr'acte "L'Extase" - Thome
Intermezzo "Forget-Me-Not" - Macbeth
Entr'acte "Alla Stella Confidente" - Robandi
Serenata - Mascagni
Conductor Mr. W. Hannan.
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