1910 - 1919Other Shakespeare performances
12 April 1919

Romeo and Juliet

Location Lyric Theatre, Shaftsbury Avenue, London, UK
Plays performed Romeo and Juliet

Programmes

1. Programme

Date 12 April 1919
Play(s) Romeo and Juliet
Production Date(s) 12 April 1919
Venue Lyric Theatre
Time of performance 2.15pm
Director Charles La Trobe
Producer Basil Sydney
Scene Designer John Bull
Costume Maker Ferris
Conductor Napoleon Lambelet
Document ID ET-D409 Original record
Held by The British Library
Notes First week. Doris Keane as Juliet, Ellen Terry as the Nurse; Edy [Edith Craig] assisted in the production. Annotated: 'This was the last Shakespearean play in which Ellen Terry played in a professional capacity, & played them all off the stage!'.
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The Lyric Theatre Licensee Mr F.W.TIBBETTS Doris Keane in Romeo and Juliet Programme
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[annotated]: First Perfs: programme - from Ellen Terry's April 16th 1919. I saw the first matinee. E.N. LYCRIC THEATRE Licensee F.W.TIBBETTS SATURDAY, APRIL 12th 1919. MATINEES WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 2.15. DORIS KEANE IN SHAKESPEARE'S TRAGEDY, ROMEO AND JULIET [annotated]: This was the last Shakespearean Play in which Ellen Terry played in a professional capacity & played them all off the stage! Escalus, Prince of Verona - Mr. BERTRAM FORSYTH Paris, a young Nobleman, kinsman to the Prince - Mr. REGINALD DENHAM Heads of two Houses at variance with each other: Montague - Mr. A.HARDING STEERMAN Capulet - M.r HEATH J. HAVILAND An Old Man, of the Capulet - Mr. RICHARD LINDSAY Romeo, Son to Montague - Mr. BASIL SYDNEY Mercutio, kinsman to the Prince and firend to Romeo - Mr. LEON QUARTERMAINE Benvolio, Nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo - Mr. GEORGE MANSHIP Bybalt, Nephew to Lady Capulet - Mr. STANLEY HOWLETT Friar Laurence, a Franciscan - Mr. FRANKLIN DYALL Friar John, of the same Order - Mr. MURRAY KINNELL Servants to Capulet: Sampson - Mr. HARDING THOMAS Gegory: Mr. BERNARD NICHOLS Peter - Mr. HAROLD LESTER Abraham, Servant to Montague - Mr. GEOFFREY DUNLOP an Apothecary - Mr. STANELY HOWLETT 1st Citizen - Mr. WALTER LAKE 1st Watchman - Mr. FRED READE Page to Paris - Miss PEARLA GARDINER Page to Mercutio - Miss AUDREY CAMERON Page to Tybalt - Miss OLIVE WALTER Lady Montague, Wife to Montague - Miss MARY FENNER Lady Capulet, Wife to Capulet - Miss VIOLET FAREBROTHER Juliet, Daughter to Capulet - Miss DORIS KEANE Chorus - Miss ELAINE INESCORT AND Nurse to Juliet - Miss ELLEN TERRY Citizens of Verona: Mr. D.CHANNELL, Miss MARJORIE GABAIN. Kinsfolk of both Houses: Messrs. W.SCHOFIELD, H.NORRIS, H.HAMAR, R.UPTON, F.S.EDGAR, Miss HELEN GRAEME. Guests and Maskers: MESSRS. F.READE, R.UPTON, H.HAMAR, F.S.EDGAR, D.CHANNELL, Misses MARIE SLADE, JEAN WEBSTER BROUGH, HERNMIONE MEASE, DULCIE BENSON, GWEN YVONNE, NOMA DAUNT, OLGA SLADE, ANITA DE VERE, BARBARA MONTAGUE. Watchmen: Messrs. F.READE. T.STOREY, Herald: Miss MARIE SLADE. Attendants: Mssrs. T.STOREY, R.DE VERE, F.READE. PROLOGUE. ACT I. Scene 1 Verona - A Public Place Scene 2 Verona - a Street Scene 3 Verona - A Room in Capulet's House Scene 4 Verona - A Hall in Capulet's House CHORUS. Scene 5 Verona - A Wall near Capulet's House Scene 6 Verona - Capulet's Garden ACT II. Scene 1 Verona - Near Friar Laurence's Cell Scene 2 Verona - A Street Scene 3 Verona - Terrace in Capulet's Garden Scene 4 Verona - Near Friar Laurence's Cell Scene 5 Verona - A Street ACT III. Scene 1 Verona - Friar Laurence's Cell Scene 2 Verona - Capulet's House Scene 3 Verona - Juliet's Chamber ACT IV. Scene 1 Verona - Friar Laurence's Cell Scene 2 Verona - Juliet's Chamber - Night Scene 3 Verona - The Same - Morning ACT V. Scene 1 Verona - A Street Scene 2 Verona - Near Friar Laurence's Cell Scene 3 Verona - Churchyard of the Tomb of the Capulets Scene 4 Verona - The Tomb The production by BASIL SYDNEY, assisted by Miss E.CRAIG [annotated] (Edy) Stage Director - Mr. CHARLES LA TROBE Assistant - Mr. F.READE Acting Manager - Mr. N.R.MONTAGUE Orchestra under the Direction of MAPOLEON LAMBELET. Leader - Mr. J.BRATH Scenery panted by JOHN BULL. Costumes by FERRIS. Fights aranged by M.BERTRAND. Wigs by CLARKSON. lighting by DIGBY. The "Weber" Piano and "Gregorian" Organ used in the Orchestra supplied by the AEOLIAN CO., 125 New Bond Street. ACTING MANAGER (For the Lyric Theatre) Mr. TOM PITT SMOKING is not permitted in the Auditorium. Ladies are earnestly requested to remove Hats, Bonnets, or any kind of head-dress. This request being made for the benefit of the audience, the Management trusts that it will appeal to everyone, and that Ladies will assist in having it carried out. The Management reserve the right to make any alteration in the Cast which may be rendere dnecessary by illness or other unavoidable causes. NEAREST TUBE STATION, PICCADILLY CIRCUS. PRICES OF ADMISSION: Boxes £5, Tax 15s.; £4, Tax 12s.; £3, Tax 8s., and £2, Tax 6s. Orchestra Stalls, 10s 6d., Tax 1s 6d. Dress Circule, 7s 6d., Tax 1s. Upper Circle, First Two Rows 5s., Tax 9d. Other Rows, 4s., TAx 9d. Pit, 2s 6d., Tax 6d. Gallery 1s, Tax 3d. Doors open at 7.30 (wet nights 15 mins. earlier); Matinees at 2. Commence at 8; Matinees 2.15. Box Office open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Telephone 3687 Gerrard.
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2. Programme

Date 12 April 1919
Play(s) Romeo and Juliet
Production Date(s) 12 April 1919
Venue Lyric Theatre
Time of performance 2.15pm
Director Charles La Trobe
Producer Basil Sydney
Scene Designer John Bull
Costume Maker Ferris
Conductor Napoleon Lambelet
Document ID ET-D410 Original record
Held by The British Library
Notes Doris Keane as Juliet, Ellen Terry as the Nurse. Edith Craig assisted in the production.
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The Lyric Theatre Licensee Mr F.W.TIBBETTS Doris Keane in Romeo and Juliet Programme
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LYCRIC THEATRE Licensee F.W.TIBBETTS SATURDAY, APRIL 12th 1919. MATINEES WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 2.15. DORIS KEANE IN SHAKESPEARE'S TRAGEDY, ROMEO AND JULIET Escalus, Prince of Verona - Mr. BERTRAM FORSYTH Paris, a young Nobleman, kinsman to the Prince - Mr. REGINALD DENHAM Heads of two Houses at variance with each other: Montague - Mr. A.HARDING STEERMAN Capulet - M.r HEATH J. HAVILAND An Old Man, of the Capulet - Mr. RICHARD LINDSAY Romeo, Son to Montague - Mr. BASIL SYDNEY Mercutio, kinsman to the Prince and firend to Romeo - Mr. LEON QUARTERMAINE Benvolio, Nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo - Mr. GEORGE MANSHIP Bybalt, Nephew to Lady Capulet - Mr. STANLEY HOWLETT Friar Laurence, a Franciscan - Mr. FRANKLIN DYALL Friar John, of the same Order - Mr. MURRAY KINNELL Servants to Capulet: Sampson - Mr. HARDING THOMAS Gegory: Mr. BERNARD NICHOLS Peter - Mr. HAROLD LESTER Abraham, Servant to Montague - Mr. GEOFFREY DUNLOP an Apothecary - Mr. STANELY HOWLETT 1st Citizen - Mr. WALTER LAKE 1st Watchman - Mr. FRED READE Page to Paris - Miss PEARLA GARDINER Page to Mercutio - Miss AUDREY CAMERON Page to Tybalt - Miss OLIVE WALTER Lady Montague, Wife to Montague - Miss MARY FENNER Lady Capulet, Wife to Capulet - Miss VIOLET FAREBROTHER Juliet, Daughter to Capulet - Miss DORIS KEANE Chorus - Miss ELAINE INESCORT AND Nurse to Juliet - Miss ELLEN TERRY Citizens of Verona: Mr. D.CHANNELL, Miss MARJORIE GABAIN. Kinsfolk of both Houses: Messrs. W.SCHOFIELD, H.NORRIS, H.HAMAR, R.UPTON, F.S.EDGAR, Miss HELEN GRAEME. Guests and Maskers: MESSRS. F.READE, R.UPTON, H.HAMAR, F.S.EDGAR, D.CHANNELL, Misses MARIE SLADE, JEAN WEBSTER BROUGH, HERNMIONE MEASE, DULCIE BENSON, GWEN YVONNE, NOMA DAUNT, OLGA SLADE, ANITA DE VERE, BARBARA MONTAGUE. Watchmen: Messrs. F.READE. T.STOREY, Herald: Miss MARIE SLADE. Attendants: Mssrs. T.STOREY, R.DE VERE, F.READE. PROLOGUE. ACT I. Scene 1 Verona - A Public Place Scene 2 Verona - a Street Scene 3 Verona - A Room in Capulet's House Scene 4 Verona - A Hall in Capulet's House CHORUS. Scene 5 Verona - A Wall near Capulet's House Scene 6 Verona - Capulet's Garden ACT II. Scene 1 Verona - Near Friar Laurence's Cell Scene 2 Verona - A Street Scene 3 Verona - Terrace in Capulet's Garden Scene 4 Verona - Near Friar Laurence's Cell Scene 5 Verona - A Street ACT III. Scene 1 Verona - Friar Laurence's Cell Scene 2 Verona - Capulet's House Scene 3 Verona - Juliet's Chamber ACT IV. Scene 1 Verona - Friar Laurence's Cell Scene 2 Verona - Juliet's Chamber - Night Scene 3 Verona - The Same - Morning ACT V. Scene 1 Verona - A Street Scene 2 Verona - Near Friar Laurence's Cell Scene 3 Verona - Churchyard of the Tomb of the Capulets Scene 4 Verona - The Tomb The production by BASIL SYDNEY, assisted by Miss E.CRAIG Stage Director - Mr. CHARLES LA TROBE Assistant - Mr. F.READE Acting Manager - Mr. N.R.MONTAGUE Orchestra under the Direction of MAPOLEON LAMBELET. Leader - Mr. J.BRATH Scenery panted by JOHN BULL. Costumes by FERRIS. Fights aranged by M.BERTRAND. Wigs by CLARKSON. lighting by DIGBY. The "Weber" Piano and "Gregorian" Organ used in the Orchestra supplied by the AEOLIAN CO., 125 New Bond Street. ACTING MANAGER (For the Lyric Theatre) Mr. TOM PITT SMOKING is not permitted in the Auditorium. Ladies are earnestly requested to remove Hats, Bonnets, or any kind of head-dress. This request being made for the benefit of the audience, the Management trusts that it will appeal to everyone, and that Ladies will assist in having it carried out. The Management reserve the right to make any alteration in the Cast which may be rendere dnecessary by illness or other unavoidable causes. NEAREST TUBE STATION, PICCADILLY CIRCUS. PRICES OF ADMISSION: Boxes £5, Tax 15s.; £4, Tax 12s.; £3, Tax 8s., and £2, Tax 6s. Orchestra Stalls, 10s 6d., Tax 1s 6d. Dress Circule, 7s 6d., Tax 1s. Upper Circle, First Two Rows 5s., Tax 9d. Other Rows, 4s., TAx 9d. Pit, 2s 6d., Tax 6d. Gallery 1s, Tax 3d. Doors open at 7.30 (wet nights 15 mins. earlier); Matinees at 2. Commence at 8; Matinees 2.15. Box Office open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Telephone 3687 Gerrard.
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3. Programme, two copies

Date 12 April 1919
Play(s) Romeo and Juliet
Production Date(s) 12 April 1919
Venue Lyric Theatre
Time of performance 2.15pm 8pm
Director Charles La Trobe
Producer Basil Sydney
Costume Maker Ferris
Conductor Napoleon Lambelet
Document ID ET-D411 Original record
Held by The British Library
Notes Doris Keane as Juliet, Ellen Terry as the Nurse. Edith Craig assisted in the production.
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The Lyric Theatre Licensee – Mr. F. W. Tibbetts. Doris Keane in Romeo and Juliet. Please see that this seal is unbroken. Programme Price Sixpence.
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Licensee Lyric Theatre F. W. Tibbetts. Saturday, April 12th, 1919 and every evening at 8. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2.15. Doris Keane in Shakespeare's Tragedy Romeo and Juliet. Escalus, Prince of Verona – Mr. Bertram Forsyth, Paris, a young Nobleman, kinsman to the Price – Mr. Reginald Denham, Heads of two houses at variance with each other, Montague – Mr. A. Hardinng Steerman, Capulet – Mr. Heath J. Haviland. An Old Man, of the Capulet – Mr. Richard Lindsay, Romeo, Son to Montague – Mr. Basil Sydney, Mercutio, kinsman to the prince and friend to Romeo – Mr. Leon Quartermaine, Benvolio, Nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo – Mr. George Manship, Tybalt, Nephew to Lady Capulet – Mr. Stanley Howlett, Friar Laurence, a Franciscan – Mr. Franklin Dyall, Friar John, of the same Order – Mr. Richard Lindsay, Balthazar, Servant to Romeo, Mr. Murray Kinnell, Servants to Capulet – Sampson – Mr. Harding Thomas, Gregory – Mr. Bernard Nichols, Peter – Mr. Harold Lester, Abraham, Servant to Montague – Mr. Geoffrey Dunlop, An Apothecary – Mr. Stanley Howlett, 1st Citizen – Mr. Walter Lake, 1st Watchman – Mr. Fred Reade, Page to Paris – Miss Pearla Gardiner, Page to Mercutio – Miss Audrey Cameron, Page to Capulet – Miss Gabelle Cruice, Page to Tybalt – Miss Olive Walter, Lady Montague, Wife to Montague – Miss Mary Fenner, Lady Capulet, Wife to Capulet – Miss Violet Farebrother, Juliet, Daughter to Capulet – Miss Doris Keane, Chorus – Miss Elaine Inescort, Nurse to Juliet – Miss Ellen Terry. Citizens of Verona: Mr. D. Channell, Miss Marjorie Gabain. Kinsfolk of both Houses: Messrs. W. Schofield, H. Norris, H. Hamar, R. Upton F. S. Edgar, Miss Helen Graeme. Guests and Maskers: Messrs. F. Reade, R Upton, H. Hamar, F.S. Edgar, D. Channell, Misses Marie Slade, Jean Webster Brough, Hermione Mease, Dulcie Benson, Gwen Yvonne, Mona Daunt, Olga Slade, Anita De Vere, Barbara Montague. Watchmen: Messrs. F. Reade, T. Storey. Herald: Miss Marie Slade. Attendants: Messrs. T. Storey, R. De Vere, F. Reade. Oddenino's Imperial Restaurant 60 & 62 Regent Street, W.1. Luncheons, Dinners, Suppers. Special and exclusive Engagement of Mr. Luvaun, the great and sensational Artist with his "Ukalele, in all his latest successes. At Dinner on Sundays. Telegrams "Oddenino, Piccy, London." Telephones: Gerrard 3082 and 7032. Prologue. Act 1. Scene 1 – Verona – a Public Place, Scene 2 – Verona – A Street, Scene 3 – Verona – A Room in Capulet's House, Scene 4 – Verona – A Hall in Capulet's House, Chorus. Scene 5 – Verona – A Wall near Capulet's House, Scene 6 – Verona – Capulet's Garden. Act II. Scene 1 – Verona – Near Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 2 – Verona – A Street, Scene s3 – Verona – Terrace in Capulet's Garden, Scene 4 – Verona – Near Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 5 – Verona – A Street. Act III. Scene 1 – Verona – Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 2 – Verona – Capulet's House, Scene 3 – Verona – Juliet's Chamber, Act IV. Scene 1 – Verona – Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 2 – Verona – Juliet's Chamber-Night, Scene 3 – Verona – The Same-Morning, Act V. Scene 1 – Mantua – A Street, Scene 2 – Verona – Near Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 3 – Verona – Churchyard of the Tomb of the Capulets, Scene 4 – Verona – The Tomb. Stage Director – Mr. Charles La Trobe, Assistant – Mr. F. Reade, Acting Manager – Mr. N. R. Montague. Orchestra under the Direction of Napoleon Lambelet. Leader – Mr. J. Brath. Scenery painted by John Bull. Costumes by Ferris. Fights arranged by M. Bertrand. Wigs by Clarkson. Lighting by Digby. The "Weber" Piano and "Gregorian" Organ used in the Orchestra supplied by The Aeolion Co., 135 New Bond Street. Acting Manager (For the Lyric Theatre) – Mr. Tom Pitt. Smoking is not permitted in the Auditorium. Ladies are earnestly requested to remove Hats, Bonnets, or any kind of head-dress. This request being made for the benefit of the audience, the Management trusts that it will appeal to everyone, and that Ladies will assist in having it carried out. The Management reserves the right to make any alteration in the Cast which may be rendered necessary by illness or other unavoidable causes. Nearest tube station, Piccadilly circus. Prices of Admission: Boxes £5, Tax £15s; £4, Tax 12s.; £3, Tax 8s., and £2, Tax 6s. Orchestra Stalls, 10s. 6d., Tax 1s 6d. Dress Circle, 7s, 6d., Tax 1s. Upper Circle, First Two Rows 5s., Tax 9d. Other Rows, 4s., Tax 9d. Pit, 2s. 6d., Tax 6d. Gallery, 1s, Tax 3d. Doors open at 7.30 (wet nights 15 mins. Earlier); Matinees at 2. Commence at 8 ; Matinees 2.15. Box Office open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Telephone 3687 Gerrard.
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4. Programme

Date 12 April 1919
Play(s) Romeo and Juliet
Production Date(s) Saturday April 12th 1919
Venue Lyric Theatre
Time of performance 2.15pm 8pm
Producer Basil Sydney
Stage Manager Charles La Trobe
Scene Designer John Bull
Costume Maker Ferris
Conductor J. Brath
Music Director Napoleon Lambelet
Document ID ET-D497 Original record
Held by The British Library
Notes Ellen Terry as the Nurse; Edith Craig assisted the stage manager.
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The Lyric Theatre Licensee – Mr. F. W. Tibbetts. Doris Keane in Romeo and Juliet. Please see that this seal is unbroken. Programme
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Licensee Lyric Theatre F. W. Tibbetts. Saturday, April 12th, 1919. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2.15. Doris Keane in Shakespeare's Tragedy Romeo and Juliet. Escalus, Prince of Verona – Mr. Bertram Forsyth, Paris, a young Nobleman, kinsman to the Price – Mr. Reginald Denham, Heads of two houses at variance with each other, Montague – Mr. A. Hardinng Steerman, Capulet – Mr. Heath J. Haviland. An Old Man, of the Capulet – Mr. Richard Lindsay, Romeo, Son to Montague – Mr. Basil Sydney, Mercutio, kinsman to the prince and friend to Romeo – Mr. Leon Quartermaine, Benvolio, Nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo – Mr. George Manship, Tybalt, Nephew to Lady Capulet – Mr. Stanley Howlett, Friar Laurence, a Franciscan – Mr. Franklin Dyall, Friar John, of the same Order – Mr. Richard Lindsay, Balthazar, Servant to Romeo, Mr. Murray Kinnell, Servants to Capulet – Sampson – Mr. Harding Thomas, Gregory – Mr. Bernard Nichols, Peter – Mr. Harold Lester, Abraham, Servant to Montague – Mr. Geoffrey Dunlop, An Apothecary – Mr. Stanley Howlett, 1st Citizen – Mr. Walter Lake, 1st Watchman – Mr. Fred Reade, Page to Paris – Miss Pearla Gardiner, Page to Mercutio – Miss Audrey Cameron, Page to Capulet – Miss Gabelle Cruice, Page to Tybalt – Miss Olive Walter, Lady Montague, Wife to Montague – Miss Mary Fenner, Lady Capulet, Wife to Capulet – Miss Violet Farebrother, Juliet, Daughter to Capulet – Miss Doris Keane, Chorus – Miss Elaine Inescort, Nurse to Juliet – Miss Ellen Terry. Citizens of Verona: Mr. D. Channell, Miss Marjorie Gabain. Kinsfolk of both Houses: Messrs. W. Schofield, H. Norris, H. Hamar, R. Upton F. S. Edgar, Miss Helen Graeme. Guests and Maskers: Messrs. F. Reade, R Upton, H. Hamar, F.S. Edgar, D. Channell, Misses Marie Slade, Jean Webster Brough, Hermione Mease, Dulcie Benson, Gwen Yvonne, Mona Daunt, Olga Slade, Anita De Vere, Barbara Montague. Watchmen: Messrs. F. Reade, T. Storey. Herald: Miss Marie Slade. Attendants: Messrs. T. Storey, R. De Vere, F. Reade. Prologue. Act 1. Scene 1 – Verona – a Public Place, Scene 2 – Verona – A Street, Scene 3 – Verona – A Room in Capulet's House, Scene 4 – Verona – A Hall in Capulet's House, Chorus. Scene 5 – Verona – A Wall near Capulet's House, Scene 6 – Verona – Capulet's Garden. Act II. Scene 1 – Verona – Near Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 2 – Verona – A Street, Scene s3 – Verona – Terrace in Capulet's Garden, Scene 4 – Verona – Near Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 5 – Verona – A Street. Act III. Scene 1 – Verona – Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 2 – Verona – Capulet's House, Scene 3 – Verona – Juliet's Chamber, Act IV. Scene 1 – Verona – Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 2 – Verona – Juliet's Chamber-Night, Scene 3 – Verona – The Same-Morning, Act V. Scene 1 – Mantua – A Street, Scene 2 – Verona – Near Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 3 – Verona – Churchyard of the Tomb of the Capulets, Scene 4 – Verona – The Tomb. Stage Director – Mr. Charles La Trobe, Assistant – Mr. F. Reade, Acting Manager – Mr. N. R. Montague. Orchestra under the Direction of Napoleon Lambelet. Leader – Mr. J. Brath. Scenery painted by John Bull. Costumes by Ferris. Fights arranged by M. Bertrand. Wigs by Clarkson. Lighting by Digby. The "Weber" Piano and "Gregorian" Organ used in the Orchestra supplied by The Aeolion Co., 135 New Bond Street. Acting Manager (For the Lyric Theatre) – Mr. Tom Pitt. Smoking is not permitted in the Auditorium. Ladies are earnestly requested to remove Hats, Bonnets, or any kind of head-dress. This request being made for the benefit of the audience, the Management trusts that it will appeal to everyone, and that Ladies will assist in having it carried out. The Management reserves the right to make any alteration in the Cast which may be rendered necessary by illness or other unavoidable causes. Nearest tube station, Piccadilly circus. Prices of Admission: Boxes £5, Tax £15s; £4, Tax 12s.; £3, Tax 8s., and £2, Tax 6s. Orchestra Stalls, 10s. 6d., Tax 1s 6d. Dress Circle, 7s, 6d., Tax 1s. Upper Circle, First Two Rows 5s., Tax 9d. Other Rows, 4s., Tax 9d. Pit, 2s. 6d., Tax 6d. Gallery, 1s, Tax 3d. Doors open at 7.30 (wet nights 15 mins. Earlier); Matinees at 2. Commence at 8 ; Matinees 2.15. Box Office open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Telephone 3687 Gerrard.
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5. Programme

Date 12 April 1919
Play(s) Romeo and Juliet
Production Date(s) Saturday April 12th 1919
Venue Lyric Theatre
Time of performance 2.15pm 8pm
Producer Basil Sydney
Stage Manager Charles La Trobe
Scene Designer John Bull
Costume Maker Ferris
Conductor J. Brath
Music Director Napoleon Lambelet
Document ID ET-D532 Original record
Held by The British Library
Notes Edith Craig assisted in the production. Ellen Terry as the Nurse, Basil Sydney as Romeo and Doris Keane as Juliet.
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The Lyric Theatre Licensee – Mr. F. W. Tibbetts. Doris Keane in Romeo and Juliet. Programme
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Prologue. Act 1. Scene 1 – Verona – a Public Place, Scene 2 – Verona – A Street, Scene 3 – Verona – A Room in Capulet's House, Scene 4 – Verona – A Hall in Capulet's House, Chorus. Scene 5 – Verona – A Wall near Capulet's House, Scene 6 – Verona – Capulet's Garden. Act II. Scene 1 – Verona – Near Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 2 – Verona – A Street, Scene s3 – Verona – Terrace in Capulet's Garden, Scene 4 – Verona – Near Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 5 – Verona – A Street. Act III. Scene 1 – Verona – Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 2 – Verona – Capulet's House, Scene 3 – Verona – Juliet's Chamber, Act IV. Scene 1 – Verona – Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 2 – Verona – Juliet's Chamber-Night, Scene 3 – Verona – The Same-Morning, Act V. Scene 1 – Mantua – A Street, Scene 2 – Verona – Near Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 3 – Verona – Churchyard of the Tomb of the Capulets, Scene 4 – Verona – The Tomb. Stage Director – Mr. Charles La Trobe, Assistant – Mr. F. Reade, Acting Manager – Mr. N. R. Montague. Orchestra under the Direction of Napoleon Lambelet. Leader – Mr. J. Brath. Scenery painted by John Bull. Costumes by Ferris. Fights arranged by M. Bertrand. Wigs by Clarkson. Lighting by Digby. The "Weber" Piano and "Gregorian" Organ used in the Orchestra supplied by The Aeolion Co., 135 New Bond Street. Acting Manager (For the Lyric Theatre) – Mr. Tom Pitt. Smoking is not permitted in the Auditorium. Ladies are earnestly requested to remove Hats, Bonnets, or any kind of head-dress. This request being made for the benefit of the audience, the Management trusts that it will appeal to everyone, and that Ladies will assist in having it carried out. The Management reserves the right to make any alteration in the Cast which may be rendered necessary by illness or other unavoidable causes. Nearest tube station, Piccadilly circus. Prices of Admission: Boxes £5, Tax £15s; £4, Tax 12s.; £3, Tax 8s., and £2, Tax 6s. Orchestra Stalls, 10s. 6d., Tax 1s 6d. Dress Circle, 7s, 6d., Tax 1s. Upper Circle, First Two Rows 5s., Tax 9d. Other Rows, 4s., Tax 9d. Pit, 2s. 6d., Tax 6d. Gallery, 1s, Tax 3d. Doors open at 7.30 (wet nights 15 mins. Earlier); Matinees at 2. Commence at 8 ; Matinees 2.15. Box Office open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Telephone 3687 Gerrard.
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Licensee Lyric Theatre F. W. Tibbetts. Saturday, April 12th, 1919 and every evening at 8. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2.15. Doris Keane in Shakespeare's Tragedy Romeo and Juliet. Escalus, Prince of Verona – Mr. Bertram Forsyth, Paris, a young Nobleman, kinsman to the Price – Mr. Reginald Denham, Heads of two houses at variance with each other, Montague – Mr. A. Hardinng Steerman, Capulet – Mr. Heath J. Haviland. An Old Man, of the Capulet – Mr. Richard Lindsay, Romeo, Son to Montague – Mr. Basil Sydney, Mercutio, kinsman to the prince and friend to Romeo – Mr. Leon Quartermaine, Benvolio, Nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo – Mr. George Manship, Tybalt, Nephew to Lady Capulet – Mr. Stanley Howlett, Friar Laurence, a Franciscan – Mr. Franklin Dyall, Friar John, of the same Order – Mr. Richard Lindsay, Balthazar, Servant to Romeo, Mr. Murray Kinnell, Servants to Capulet – Sampson – Mr. Harding Thomas, Gregory – Mr. Bernard Nichols, Peter – Mr. Harold Lester, Abraham, Servant to Montague – Mr. Geoffrey Dunlop, An Apothecary – Mr. Stanley Howlett, 1st Citizen – Mr. Walter Lake, 1st Watchman – Mr. Fred Reade, Page to Paris – Miss Pearla Gardiner, Page to Mercutio – Miss Audrey Cameron, Page to Capulet – Miss Gabelle Cruice, Page to Tybalt – Miss Olive Walter, Lady Montague, Wife to Montague – Miss Mary Fenner, Lady Capulet, Wife to Capulet – Miss Violet Farebrother, Juliet, Daughter to Capulet – Miss Doris Keane, Chorus – Miss Elaine Inescort, Nurse to Juliet – Miss Ellen Terry. Citizens of Verona: Mr. D. Channell, Miss Marjorie Gabain. Kinsfolk of both Houses: Messrs. W. Schofield, H. Norris, H. Hamar, R. Upton F. S. Edgar, Miss Helen Graeme. Guests and Maskers: Messrs. F. Reade, R Upton, H. Hamar, F.S. Edgar, D. Channell, Misses Marie Slade, Jean Webster Brough, Hermione Mease, Dulcie Benson, Gwen Yvonne, Mona Daunt, Olga Slade, Anita De Vere, Barbara Montague. Watchmen: Messrs. F. Reade, T. Storey. Herald: Miss Marie Slade. Attendants: Messrs. T. Storey, R. De Vere, F. Reade. Prologue. Act 1. Scene 1 – Verona – a Public Place, Scene 2 – Verona – A Street, Scene 3 – Verona – A Room in Capulet's House, Scene 4 – Verona – A Hall in Capulet's House, Chorus. Scene 5 – Verona – A Wall near Capulet's House, Scene 6 – Verona – Capulet's Garden. Act II. Scene 1 – Verona – Near Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 2 – Verona – A Street, Scene s3 – Verona – Terrace in Capulet's Garden, Scene 4 – Verona – Near Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 5 – Verona – A Street. Act III. Scene 1 – Verona – Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 2 – Verona – Capulet's House, Scene 3 – Verona – Juliet's Chamber, Act IV. Scene 1 – Verona – Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 2 – Verona – Juliet's Chamber-Night, Scene 3 – Verona – The Same-Morning, Act V. Scene 1 – Mantua – A Street, Scene 2 – Verona – Near Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 3 – Verona – Churchyard of the Tomb of the Capulets, Scene 4 – Verona – The Tomb. Stage Director – Mr. Charles La Trobe, Assistant – Mr. F. Reade, Acting Manager – Mr. N. R. Montague. Orchestra under the Direction of Napoleon Lambelet. Leader – Mr. J. Brath. Scenery painted by John Bull. Costumes by Ferris. Fights arranged by M. Bertrand. Wigs by Clarkson. Lighting by Digby. The "Weber" Piano and "Gregorian" Organ used in the Orchestra supplied by The Aeolion Co., 135 New Bond Street. Acting Manager (For the Lyric Theatre) – Mr. Tom Pitt. Smoking is not permitted in the Auditorium. Ladies are earnestly requested to remove Hats, Bonnets, or any kind of head-dress. This request being made for the benefit of the audience, the Management trusts that it will appeal to everyone, and that Ladies will assist in having it carried out. The Management reserves the right to make any alteration in the Cast which may be rendered necessary by illness or other unavoidable causes. Nearest tube station, Piccadilly circus. Prices of Admission: Boxes £5, Tax £15s; £4, Tax 12s.; £3, Tax 8s., and £2, Tax 6s. Orchestra Stalls, 10s. 6d., Tax 1s 6d. Dress Circle, 7s, 6d., Tax 1s. Upper Circle, First Two Rows 5s., Tax 9d. Other Rows, 4s., Tax 9d. Pit, 2s. 6d., Tax 6d. Gallery, 1s, Tax 3d. Doors open at 7.30 (wet nights 15 mins. Earlier); Matinees at 2. Commence at 8 ; Matinees 2.15. Box Office open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Telephone 3687 Gerrard.
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6. Programme

Date 1919
Play(s) Romeo and Juliet
Production Date(s) Saturday April 12th 1919
Venue Lyric Theatre
Time of performance 2.15pm
Director Charles La Trobe
Producer Basil Sydney
Costume Maker Ferris
Conductor Napoleon Lambelet
Document ID ET-D410a Original record
Held by The British Library
Notes Doris Keane as Juliet, Ellen Terry as the Nurse; Edith Craig assisted in the production.

7. Programme

Date 12 April 1919
Play(s) Romeo and Juliet
Production Date(s) Saturday April 12th 1919
Venue Lyric Theatre
Time of performance 2.15pm 8pm
Producer Basil Sydney
Stage Manager Charles La Trobe
Scene Designer John Bull
Costume Maker Ferris
Music Director Norman Lambelet
Document ID ET-D531a Original record
Held by The British Library
Notes Edith Craig assisted in the production. Ellen Terry as the Nurse, Basil Sydney as Romeo and Doris Keane as Juliet.
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The Lyric Theatre Licensee – Mr. F. W. Tibbetts. Doris Keane in Romeo and Juliet. Please see that this seal is unbroken. Programme Price Sixpence.
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Licensee Lyric Theatre F. W. Tibbetts. Saturday, April 12th, 1919 and every evening at 8. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2.15. Doris Keane in Shakespeare's Tragedy Romeo and Juliet. Escalus, Prince of Verona – Mr. Bertram Forsyth, Paris, a young Nobleman, kinsman to the Price – Mr. Reginald Denham, Heads of two houses at variance with each other, Montague – Mr. A. Hardinng Steerman, Capulet – Mr. Heath J. Haviland. An Old Man, of the Capulet – Mr. Richard Lindsay, Romeo, Son to Montague – Mr. Basil Sydney, Mercutio, kinsman to the prince and friend to Romeo – Mr. Leon Quartermaine, Benvolio, Nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo – Mr. George Manship, Tybalt, Nephew to Lady Capulet – Mr. Stanley Howlett, Friar Laurence, a Franciscan – Mr. Franklin Dyall, Friar John, of the same Order – Mr. Richard Lindsay, Balthazar, Servant to Romeo, Mr. Murray Kinnell, Servants to Capulet – Sampson – Mr. Harding Thomas, Gregory – Mr. Bernard Nichols, Peter – Mr. Harold Lester, Abraham, Servant to Montague – Mr. Geoffrey Dunlop, An Apothecary – Mr. Stanley Howlett, 1st Citizen – Mr. Walter Lake, 1st Watchman – Mr. Fred Reade, Page to Paris – Miss Pearla Gardiner, Page to Mercutio – Miss Audrey Cameron, Page to Capulet – Miss Gabelle Cruice, Page to Tybalt – Miss Olive Walter, Lady Montague, Wife to Montague – Miss Mary Fenner, Lady Capulet, Wife to Capulet – Miss Violet Farebrother, Juliet, Daughter to Capulet – Miss Doris Keane, Chorus – Miss Elaine Inescort, Nurse to Juliet – Miss Ellen Terry. Citizens of Verona: Mr. D. Channell, Miss Marjorie Gabain. Kinsfolk of both Houses: Messrs. W. Schofield, H. Norris, H. Hamar, R. Upton F. S. Edgar, Miss Helen Graeme. Guests and Maskers: Messrs. F. Reade, R Upton, H. Hamar, F.S. Edgar, D. Channell, Misses Marie Slade, Jean Webster Brough, Hermione Mease, Dulcie Benson, Gwen Yvonne, Mona Daunt, Olga Slade, Anita De Vere, Barbara Montague. Watchmen: Messrs. F. Reade, T. Storey. Herald: Miss Marie Slade. Attendants: Messrs. T. Storey, R. De Vere, F. Reade. Oddenino's Imperial Restaurant 60 & 62 Regent Street, W.1. Luncheons, Dinners, Suppers. Special and exclusive Engagement of Mr. Luvaun, the great and sensational Artist with his "Ukalele, in all his latest successes. At Dinner on Sundays. Telegrams "Oddenino, Piccy, London." Telephones: Gerrard 3082 and 7032. Prologue. Act 1. Scene 1 – Verona – a Public Place, Scene 2 – Verona – A Street, Scene 3 – Verona – A Room in Capulet's House, Scene 4 – Verona – A Hall in Capulet's House, Chorus. Scene 5 – Verona – A Wall near Capulet's House, Scene 6 – Verona – Capulet's Garden. Act II. Scene 1 – Verona – Near Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 2 – Verona – A Street, Scene s3 – Verona – Terrace in Capulet's Garden, Scene 4 – Verona – Near Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 5 – Verona – A Street. Act III. Scene 1 – Verona – Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 2 – Verona – Capulet's House, Scene 3 – Verona – Juliet's Chamber, Act IV. Scene 1 – Verona – Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 2 – Verona – Juliet's Chamber-Night, Scene 3 – Verona – The Same-Morning, Act V. Scene 1 – Mantua – A Street, Scene 2 – Verona – Near Friar Laurence's Cell, Scene 3 – Verona – Churchyard of the Tomb of the Capulets, Scene 4 – Verona – The Tomb. Stage Director – Mr. Charles La Trobe, Assistant – Mr. F. Reade, Acting Manager – Mr. N. R. Montague. Orchestra under the Direction of Napoleon Lambelet. Leader – Mr. J. Brath. Scenery painted by John Bull. Costumes by Ferris. Fights arranged by M. Bertrand. Wigs by Clarkson. Lighting by Digby. The "Weber" Piano and "Gregorian" Organ used in the Orchestra supplied by The Aeolion Co., 135 New Bond Street. Acting Manager (For the Lyric Theatre) – Mr. Tom Pitt. Smoking is not permitted in the Auditorium. Ladies are earnestly requested to remove Hats, Bonnets, or any kind of head-dress. This request being made for the benefit of the audience, the Management trusts that it will appeal to everyone, and that Ladies will assist in having it carried out. The Management reserves the right to make any alteration in the Cast which may be rendered necessary by illness or other unavoidable causes. Nearest tube station, Piccadilly circus. Prices of Admission: Boxes £5, Tax £15s; £4, Tax 12s.; £3, Tax 8s., and £2, Tax 6s. Orchestra Stalls, 10s. 6d., Tax 1s 6d. Dress Circle, 7s, 6d., Tax 1s. Upper Circle, First Two Rows 5s., Tax 9d. Other Rows, 4s., Tax 9d. Pit, 2s. 6d., Tax 6d. Gallery, 1s, Tax 3d. Doors open at 7.30 (wet nights 15 mins. Earlier); Matinees at 2. Commence at 8 ; Matinees 2.15. Box Office open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Telephone 3687 Gerrard.
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Dewar's ‘White Label' Whisky. On sale in this Theatre. "Brymay" Safety Matches, made in model factories in England. Bryant & May's are the only Matches used throughout this Theatre. Please remember the New Order – No chocolates, cigars or cigarettes after 8 except on Saturdays, when they may be told up to 9'oclock. An Attendant selling them will be found in each part of the Theatre till that time. Schweppes soda water, dry ginger ale, lime juice cordial, etc. On sale at al Bars in this Theatre. Keith, Prowse & Co., Ltd., are the largest Theatre ticket dealers in the world. Branches all over London. 162, New Bond Street and Branches. You want best seats we have them. The chocolates on sale in this Theatre are sold at store and shop prices. 1d., 4d., 7½d., 8d., 1/3, 1/6, 2/6, 3/6, & 5/-. Prices are stamped on all Packets from 3d upwards. H & C the only cigarettes sold at the Bars of this Theatre. Egyptian blend, Turkish and Virginia. Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers: Harrison & Coronel, Limited, 88 Jermyn Street, St. James's, S.W. Telephone 5894 Gerrard. Bass & Co's Pale Ale and Stout in bottle. Exclusively supplied at all Bars of this Theatre. Bottlers: Plowman, Barrett & Co., Ltd. The very best is 'KIA-ORA' Lemon Squash The weetened juice of fresh liemons, an dguaranteed free from clourings, chemical acides, and harmful preservatives. SOLD BY ALL THE BEST STORES. AFTERNOON TEA. A special service of TEA (freshly made for each order) is served at Matinees in the Saloons and in the Auditorium. To facilitate service visitors are kindly requested to order in advance. Extract from the Rules made by the Lord Chamberlain. 1-The name of the actual and responsible Manager of the Theatre must be printed on every play bill. 2-The Public can leave the Theatre at the end of the performance by all exit and entrance doors, which must open outwards. 3-Where there is a fire-proof screen to the proscenium opening, it must be lowered at least once during every performance to ensure its being in proper working order 4-Smoking is not permitted in the Auditorium 5-All gangways, passages and staircases must b ekept free from chairs or any other obstructions, whether permanent or temporary. For advertising space, apply: F.Warr & Co., 25 Gt. Windmill Street, Shaftesbury Avenue, W.1.
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