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Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. This evening, Friday, May 1, 1835, will be performed the play of The stranger! ... To which will be added, the last act of The revolt of the Harem with the evolutions of the female army! ... To conclude with an entirely original, romantic melo-drama, with new music, scenery, machinery, dresses, decorations, &c., &c., to be called Carlmilhan or, The drowned crew! The whole of the music composed by Mr. T. Cooke. ... The piece produced under the superintendance of Mr. Farley. ... Preview this item
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Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. This evening, Friday, May 1, 1835, will be performed the play of The stranger! ... To which will be added, the last act of The revolt of the Harem with the evolutions of the female army! ... To conclude with an entirely original, romantic melo-drama, with new music, scenery, machinery, dresses, decorations, &c., &c., to be called Carlmilhan or, The drowned crew! The whole of the music composed by Mr. T. Cooke. ... The piece produced under the superintendance of Mr. Farley. ...

Author: John M VandenhoffAlexander BrindalKing, Mr.George BartleyDrinkwater MeadowsAll authors
Publisher: 1835.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Playbills
Tragedies
Melodrama
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John M Vandenhoff; Alexander Brindal; King, Mr.; George Bartley; Drinkwater Meadows; Harriet Elizabeth Diddear; John Sloman, Mrs.; T Cooke; Charles Farley; George John Bennett; Benjamin Webster; Fanny Elizabeth Fitzwilliam; August von Kotzebue; Edward Fitzball; Covent Garden Theatre.
OCLC Number: 55040826
Notes: Playbill for the productions of The stranger by August von Kotzebue, the last act of Revolt of the Harem with the evolutions of the female army, and Carlmilhan, or, The drowned crew by Edward Fitzball, at Covent Garden Theatre, May 1, 1835.
Cast: Partial cast list for Stranger: Mr. Vandenhoff (The Stranger); Mr. Brindal (Count Wintersen); Mr. King (Baron Steinfort); Mr. Bartley (Solomon); Mr. Webster (Francis); Mrs. Sloman (Mrs. Haller); Mrs. Faucit (Countess Wintersen). Partial cast list for Carlmilhan, or, The drowned crew: Mr. Bennett (Carlmilhan); Mr. Brindal (Petie); Mr. Webster (James Sharkshead); Mr. Meadows (Pempey); Mr. Matthews (Heist); Mrs. Fitzwilliam (Norna).
Description: 1 broadside ; 35 x 20 cm
Other Titles: Playbills
This evening, Friday, May 1, 1835, will be performed the play of The stranger
Stranger
Revolt of the Harem with the evolutions of the female army
Carlmilhan or, The drowned crew
Carlmilhan
Drowned crew

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