The Merchant of Venice, 28 November-3 December 1904, Image 4 of 7
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The Camden Theatre, High St., Camden Town, N.W. Lessee and Manager, Mr. Robert Arthur. Monday, November 28th, 1904, for six nights at 8; Matinee, Saturday, December 3rd, 1904, at 2.30. Return visit of Miss Ellen Terry and her Company. Monday, November 28th, for this Night Only. The First Four Acts of Shakespeare's Comedy, The Merchant of Venice. Dresses by Miss Ailsa Craig. Duke of Venice – Mr. F. S. Hamilton, Prince of Morocco (Suitor to Portia) – Mr. George Fitzgerald, Antonio (a Merchant of Venice) Mr Charles Thursby, Bassanio ( his Friend, suitor to Portia) – Mr. Matheson Lang, Friends to Antonia and Bassanio – Gratiano – – Mr E. Harcourt Williams, Salarino – Mr. Eustace Le Grand, Solanio – Mr. Halliwell Hobbs, Lorenzo (in love with Jessica) - Mr T. A. Shannon, Shylock (a Jew) M. Alfred Bucklaw, Tubal (a Jew, his friend) – Mr. Charles Whittle, Launcelot (a Clown, Servant to Shylock and afterwards Servant to Bassanio) – Mr. John Willes, Old Gobbo (Father to Launcelot) - Mr. Leonard Craske, Servants to Portia – Balthazar – Mr. Paul Burnand, Stephano – Mr. Penderel Price, Nerissa (Waiting Maid to Portia) Miss Audrey Campbell, Jessica (Daughter of Shylock) – Miss Hutin Britton, Portia (a Rich Heiress) Miss Ellen Terry. Manificoes of Venice, Officers of the Court of Justice, Gaolers, Servants to Portia, and Other Attendants. Act 1 – Venice. Act 2, Scenes 1 and 3 – Venice. Scenes 2 and 4 – A Street in Venice, Scenes 1 and 3 – Portia's House, Belmont. Scenes 2 and 4 – A Street in Venice. Scene 5 – Portia's House, Belmont. Act 4 – A Court of Justice, Venice. There will be no interval between Acts 1 and 2. Preceded by Eriksson's Wife an original play, in One Act by Christopher St. John. Halvor Erkisson – Mr. T. A Shannon, Erik Eriksson – Mr. E. Harcourt Williams, Karvin (his housekeeper) – Miss Ailsa Craig, Ingmar (an Old Servant) – Mr. Tom Paulton, The Pastor – Mr. Halliwell Hobbes, The Pastor's Man – Mr. Paul Burnand, Brita – Miss Ellen Terry. For Miss Ellen Terry, Manager – Mr. Alfred Courtenay, Acting Manager – Mr. Thomas, J. Courtly, Stage Manager – Mr. Charles La Trobe, Advance Representative - Mr. G. Aubrey Hall, Musical Director – Mr. Christopher Wilson. Monday, December 5th, for six nights at 8: and Matinee, Saturday at 2.30 – Monday and Tuesday, "The Housekeeper"; Wednesday, "Still Waters Run Deep", Thurs & Sat. Matinee & Evening, "The Elder Miss Blossom"; Friday, "A Scrap of Paper." Price of this Programme – Threepence. Business Manager, Mr. Leslie Hughes. Musical Director, Mr. George F. Ford. Treasurer, Mr. E. G. Tyler. Notice.- at the beginning of the performance, and during one interval, a series of novel and interesting pictures will be shown by "The World's Advertising Co., Ltd.," of 34 and 35, High Holborn, W.C. The Act Drop, representing "A Tribute to the Dramatic Muse" and the Allegorical Painting to the Dome of the Auditorium, representing the twenty-four Hours, are designed and executed by Mr. A. J. Black. Palms and Natural Flowers supplied by Anderson's Nurseries, Hampstead, N.W. The Furnishing of the Stage by A, H. Brown, 392, Fulham Road, London, S.W. Evening performances – Doors open at 7.45; Commence at 8. Matinee – Doors open 2.15; Commence at 2.30. Early Doors to avoid the Crush – Matinee 1.45 to 2.15; Evening 7.15 to 7.45, sixpence extra to Pit Stalls, Balcony, Pit and Gallery. Prices: - Private Boxes, £2 2s. and £1 1s,; Orchestra Stalls 5s.; Dress Circle, 4s & 3s.; Balcony 2s. 6d. & 2s.' Pit Stalls, 2s.; Pit, 2s; Gallery, 6d. Infants in arms not admitted. 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