Cymbeline, 14 October 1896, Image 2 of 3
WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 14, 1896
AT 8 O'CLOCK,
WILL BE PRESENTED
Cymbeline - King of Britain: Mr. MACKLIN.
Cloten - Son to the Queen by a former husband: MR. NORMAN FORBES.
Posthumus Leaonatus - A genleman, husband to Imogen: MR. FRANK COOPER.
Belarius - Abanished lord, disguised under the name of Morgan: MR. FREDERIC ROBINSON.
Supposed sons to Belarius
Guiderious: MR. B.WEBSTER.
Arviragus: MR. GORDON CRAIG.
Pisanio- Servant to Posthumus: MR. TYARS.
Cornelius - A physician: Mr. LACY
Two British Captains: Mr. ARCHER, Mr. NEEDHAM.
Two British Lords: Mr. CLARENCE HAGUE., Mr. BELMORE.
Queen - Wife to Cymbeline: MISS GENEVIEVE WARD.
Helen - Lady to Imogen: Mrs. TYARS.
Imogen - Daughter to Cymbeline by a former Queen: Miss ELLEN TERRY
Iacimo: HENRY IRVING
Philario: Mr. FULLER MELLISH.
Caius Lucius - Ageneral: Mr. H.COOPER CLIFFE.
A Roman Caption: Mr. TABB.
Lords, Ladies, a French Gentleman, a Dutch Gentleman, a Spanish Gentleman, Musicians, Officers, Captains, Soldiers, &c.
Synopsis of Scenery.
SCENE 1. Britain. Garden of Cymeline's Palace - Hawes Craven.
SCENE 2. Rome. Philario's House. The Triclinium
SCENE 1. Britain. Room in the Palace.
SCENE 2. Britain. Before the Palace. - Hawes Craven.
SCENE 3. Britain. Imogen's Bedchamber.
SCENE 1. Britain. Garden of Palace. - Hawes Craven.
SCENE 2. Rome. Philario's House. The Atrium.
SCENE 3. Britain. Room in the Palace.
SCENE 1. Wales. Before the Cave of Belarious. - Hawes Craven.
SCENE 2. Wales. Near Milford Haven.- Hawes Craven.
SCENE 3. Britain. Cymbeline's Palace.
SCENE 4. Wales. Before the Cave.- Hawes Craven.
SCENE 5. Wales. Near the Cave.- Hawes Craven.
SCENE 6. Wales. Before the Cave- Hawes Craven.
SCENE 1. Britain. Near the Roman Camp.- Hawes Craven.
SCENE 2. Britain. The Field of Battle.- Hawes Craven.
SCENE 3. Britain. Another part of the Field.- Hawes Craven.- Hawes Craven.
SCENE 4. Britain. Cymbeline's Tent.- Hawes Craven.
PERIOD: FIRST CENTURY.
MR. L. ALMA TADEMA, R.A., Has kindly acted as adviser in the production of the play.
Programme of Music.
ENTR'ACTE, "Cymbeline," No.1, "Allegro Molto Agitato"
ENTR'ACTE, "Cymbeline," No.2, "Andante, Molto Cantabile"
ENTR'ACTE, "Cymbeline," No. 3, "Lento Maestoso"
ENTR'ACTE, "Cymbeline," March, "Allegro Vivace"
[all composed by] Albert Dietrich.
Incidental Music Composed and Arranged by Mr. HAMILTON CLARKE.
The Madrigal, "Hark! the Lark," in Act 3, composed by Mr. HAMILTON CLARKE, and sung by Messers. C.THOMPSON, A.SHERRARD, R.P.TABB, AND STANLEY SMITH.