The Merchant of Venice (etc.), 1-27 January 1894, Image 4 of 9
Lords, Ladies, Archbishops, Bishops, Judges, Lord Mayor and Aldermen, Barons of the Cinque
Ports, Doctors of Divinity, Doctors of Law, Chaplains, Priests, Monks, Secetaries,
Gentlemen, Choristers, Pursuivants, Vergers, Rowers, Tipstaves, Guards, Trumpeters,
Henchmen, Torchbearers, Drummers, Fifers Macebearers, Gentlemen Ushers, Pillar-bearers, Cross-bearers, Footmen, Citizens, Soldiers, Executioner, &c., &c.
SCENE 1 .-London-The Palace at Bridewell - J. Harker.
SCENE 2.-Outside the Palace - Hawes Craven
SCENE 3.-The Council Chamber in the Palace - Hawes Craven
SCENE 4.-A Courtyard - Hawes Craven
SCENE 5.-A Hall in York Place - Hawes Craven
SCENE 1.-The King's Stairs, Westminster - Hawes Craven
SCENE 2.-An Antechamber in the Palace - Hawes Craven
SCENE 3.-A Garden in the Palace - Hawes Craven
SCENE 4.-A Hall in Blackfriars - Hawes Craven
SCENE 1.-The Queen's Apartment - J. Harker.
SCENE 2.-The Palace at Bridewell - J. Harker.
SCENE 1.-A Street in Westminster - W.Telbin.
SCENE 2.-Kimbolton - W.Telbin.
Greenwich - Church of the Grey Friars (Christening of Princess Elizabeth) - Hawes Craven
The Overture, Entr'actes and Incidental Music have been composed expressly for the play by MR> EDWARD GERMAN
MUSICAL DIRECTOR - Mr. MEREDITH BALL.
The Costumes, etc., from Designs by MRS. COMYNS CARR and MR. CHARLES CATTERMOLE, R>I>, executed by MRS. NETTLESHIP, MRS. REID, T.PRATT & SONS, POCOCK BROTHERS, BIEATHI and AUGUSTE ET CIE.
Chorus-Master, MR. TABB. Perruquier. MR. FOX. Appointments by MR. ARNOTT. Machinist, MR. FILLERY.
For Mr Irving - Stage Manager – Mr. H. J. Loveday, Musical Director – Mr. Meredith Ball, Treasurer – Mr. C. W. Howson, Acting Manager – Mr. Bram Stoker, Secretary and Treasurer for Abbey, Schoeffel & Grau – Mr. Myron B. Rice.
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