Much Ado About Nothing (etc.), 5-7 May 1904, Image 2 of 3
New Theatre. Cambridge (Ltd.) Managing Director – Mr. W. B. Redfern. J.P., D.L. Three nights and a Matinee. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 5, 6 & 7, 1904, at 8:15, and a Matinee on Saturday, May 7, at 2:30. Visit of England's greatest actress Miss Ellen Terry, and her entire London Company. Friday, May 6th, Shakespeare's Comedy at 8:15, and Saturday Matinee, May 7th, at 2.30. Shakespeare's Comedy Much Ado About Nothing. Designed and produced under the direction of Mr. Edward George Craig. Don Pedro (Prince of Aragon) – Mr. Charles Thursby, Don John (his Bastard Brother) – Mr. William Luff, 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. T. A. Shannon, Balthazar (attendant on Don Pedro) – Mr. Penderel Price, Followers of Don John, Borachio Mr. Hubert Carter, Conrade – Mr. F. H. Darch, Two City Officers, Dogberry – Mr. William Cuthbert, Verges – Mr. Charles Whittle, Friar Francis – Mr. Halliwell Hobbes, A Sexton – Mr. Leonard Craske, A Boy – Miss Penelope Wheeler, Oatcake – Mr. Paul Burnard, Seacole – Mr. Bert Zardi, Watchman – Mr. John Church, 2nd Watchman – Mr. Charles A. Staite, Messenger – Mr. J. S. Hamilton, Hero – Miss Hutin Britton, Margaret – Miss Audrey Campbell, Ursula – Miss Edith King, Beatrice – Miss Ellen Terry
Act 1. Scene - Leonato's House. Act 2. Scenes 1, 2 & 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. All Scenery carried by Miss Ellen Terry's Company. Dresses by Miss Ailsa Craig. For New Theatre Co. For Miss Terry Managing Director – Mr. W. B. Redfern, Secretary Mr. Herbert Hall, Manager – Mr. Alfred Courtenay, Stage Manager – Mr. Fred Boustead, Musical Director – Mr. Christopher Wilson, Advance Representative – Mr. G. Aubrey Hall. Selections from the following will be played by the Orchestra during the intervals (under the conductorship of Mr. T. Gilby Briggs). Overture "Hunyadi Laszlo" – Erkel, Three Dances from Henry VIII – E. German (By kind permission of Sir Henry Irving), Suite Poetique – (a) Souvenir, (b) Gavotte, (c) Bereeuse, (d) March. – Josef Block, Selection "Tannhauser" – Wagner, Nell Gwyn Dance – German. Ladies' and Gentlemen's cloak rooms. Refreshments at this Theatre supplied by the management. Tea, coffee, ices, &c. Wines & spirits of the Best Quality. Opera Glasses on Hire, 6d. To be had at the Box Office or of the Attendants. Saturday evening, May 7th at 8.15, a Triple Bill; A New One Act Play. Punchinello, two scenes from Henry VIII. and Nance Oldfield. Matinee Saturday, May 7, at 2.30, ‘Much Ado about Nothing'.
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