1883 - 1884First Lyceum company tour of North America
31 December-5 January 1884

The Merchant of Venice

Location Haverly's Theatre, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Plays performed The Merchant of Venice

Programme

Date January 2 1884 [14]
Play(s) The Merchant of Venice
Production Date(s) 31 December 1883 to 5 January 1884
Venue Haverly's Theatre
Venue address Brooklyn, New York [USA]
Stage Manager H. J. Loveday
Scene Designer W. Telbin, Hawes Craven, W. Hann, W. Cuthbert
Music Director J. Meredith Ball
Document ID ET-D602 Original record
Held by The British Library
Notes Music composed by Hamilton Clarke.
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Chairs are never allowed in the aisles of this Theatre, nor is it ever permitted to be overcrowded to the annoyance of its regular patrons. Attaches are not allowed to applaud the performance. Any demand, or acceptance, of payment for seats by ushers, is an imposition. Patrons are requested to report any such demands and any inattention on the part of the attaches, to the Box Office. The Toilet Room for ladies will be found at the West side of the Main Lobby. Articles lost and found, Anyone finding lost articles in the auditorium will oblige the Management by leaving same at the Box office, where all inquiries should be made for articles lost in the Theatre. Ladies, Ricksecker's Face Powder conceals Blemishes, has most Beautiful Effect. Don't show, yet is absolutely harmless. Its immense sale here and in Europe attests its Wonderful Superiority over all others. White, Pink or Blond, 25c, wood box. At Druggists, or on receipt ten 3c stamps. Insist on the Genuine. 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Gloves, scarfs and canes. 359 Fulton Street, Opp. Montague Street, Brooklyn. WM. Arthur Clirehugh, Manager. Wines for the holidays, at the Old Established House of H. A. Graef's Son, 40 Court Street.
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A. J. Nutting & Co., Leading Clothiers of Brooklyn. Official Programme Haverley's Theatre Rich. G. Hollaman, Publisher, 73 Fulton, St., N. Y. List of attractions – Season of 1883 – 1884. Only appearance in Brooklyn this season of the following stars and combinations: Mr Henry Irving, Miss Ellen Terry, and his entire Lyceum Theatre Co., from London, England, under the management of Henry E. Abbey, Mr. Edwin Booth, under the management of Brooks & Dickson, Mr. John McCullough, under the management of Wm. M. Connor, Augustin Daly's Original Co., in his latest successors, McCaull's Opera Comique Co., it "The Beggar Student." The original Union Square Theatre Co. The Great Success, "The Silver King." Mr. J. K. Emmet, in his New Play, "Fritz, the Bohemian." The powerful drama, entitled "The Pavements of Paris." Marie Prescott and Company. Mr. Lester Wallack and Company. Duff's Standard English and Italian Opera Co. The Grand Military Dra,a "Her Atonement," with Brass Band and Drum Corps. Rice's Surprise Party, in "Pop." The Standard Opera Company in "The Merry Duchess." M. W. J. Furguson, in his latest success "A Friendly Tip." Miss Clara Morris in "Article 47." Mr. Thos. W. Keene and Company. J. H. Haverly's Comedy Company. Mrs. Langtry, in her Repertoire of Standard Plays. Emma Abbot English Opera Co Thatcher, Primrose & West's Minstrels. Return Engagement, The Latest Landon and New York Melodrama, "In The Ranks." Return engagement of the Great Success, "The Romany Rye." Mr. and Mrs. Geo Knight, in "Baron Rudolph." The original Wallack Theatre Company. Next week, Monday, Janudary 7, 1884, Matinees Wednesday and Saturday, The Latest New York Success. The Strangers of Paris! Original New York Cast. Grand Scenic Effects. The Stranglers of Paris, the dramatic sensation of New York, will be presented at Haverly's Theatre next week. It is said to eclipse anything of the kind recently attempted on the American Stage. It is a dramatization of Belot's celebrated novel, "The Stranglers of Paris," and is from the pen of David Belasco, an adept at this sort of work. To give the reader an idea of the magnitude of the piece it is only necessary to say that over seventy people take part in the action of the play, and ten tons of scenery, mechanical appliances, properties, etc. are used. The story is of the most weird and sensational character, and of course gives every opportunity for the scene painter, the stage carpenter, the machinist, and the best efforts of a skilled dramatic company. This latter includes that rare portraiture of picturesque stage villains, Henry Lee, besides Miss Salina Fetter, W. H. Compton, Miss Libble Noxon, Mr. James Wallis, Fred'k Haubner, HelenOttolengul, Marie Frazer, Dore Davidson, and nearly seventy others of well-known ability. The next feature of this presentation of the drama is the completeness and detail of all the scenes, especially those of the prison yard, the bridge, the convict ship in mid-ocean, in which the blended arts of the stage painter and the stage machinist seem to have reached their height. Telephone No. 526. Lowest Prices! For all articles usually sold in first-class drug stores, at Dougals' Pharmacies. 423 Fulton Street, Cor. Pearl, Brooklyn and Flatbush Avenue, Cor. Clarkson St. – Flatbush Avenue, cor. e. Broadway, Flatbush, L. I. I guarantee all articles as Genuine and the Very Best that can be bought. My Prescription Department will, as heretofore, be supplied with the Purest and Freshest Drugs and Chemicals in the Market, and will be superintended by skilful and conscientious Clerks only. Below will be found a few of the leading Standard articles, with prices attached. 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Monday, December 31, 1883. Saturday Matinee at 2 p.m. Engagement of Mr Henry Irving, Miss Ellen Terry and the Lyceum Theatre Co. Under the direction of Mr. Henry E. Abbey. Wednesday and Thursday Evenings will be presented Shakespeare's Play. The Merchant of Venice. Shylock – Mr. Henry Irving, Duke of Venice – Mr. H. Howe, Prince of Morocco – Mr. T. Mead, Antonio – Mr. T. Wenman, Bassanio 0 Mr. W. Terriss, Salanio – Mr. Lyndal, Salarino – Mr. Harbury, Gratiano – Mr. F. Tyars, Lorenzo – Mr. Norman Forbes, Tubal – Mr. J. Carter, Launcelot Gobbo – Mr. S. Johnson, Old Gobbo – Mr. Archer, Gaoler – Mr. Harwood, Leonardo – Mr. Marion, Balthazar – Mr. Harvey, Stephano – Mr. Clifford, Clerk of the Court – Mr. Louther, Nerissa – Miss Paine, Jessica – Miss Millward, Portia – Miss Ellen Terry. Magnificoes, Officers of the Court, Gentlemen, Gentlewomen, Pages, Citizens, Soldiers, Jews, Masters, Musicians, Serenaders, Gondoliers, Moors, Fruit Sellers, Water Carriers, Servants, &c. Scene – Partly at Venice and partly at Belmont. Synopsis of Scenery. Act 1. – Scene 1 – Venice. A Public Place – (W. Talbin.) Scene 2 – Belmont. Portia's House – (Hawes Craven) – Scene 3 – Venice. A Public Place – (W. Telbin.) Act II. Scene 1 – A Street – (W. Hann). Scene 2 – Another Street – (Hawes Craven) – Scene 3 – Shylock's house by a Bridge – (W. Telbin.) Act III. Scene 1 – Belmont, A Room in Portia's House – (W. Hann). Scene 2 – Venice. A Street – (W. Hann.) Scene 3 – Belmont. A Room in Portia's House – (W. Hann), Scene 4. – Venice. A Street – (W. Hann). Scene 5 – Belmont. A Room in Portia's House (W Hann). Act IV Scene – Venice – A Court of Justice – (W. Cuthbert), Act V – Scene – Belmont, Portia's Garden with Terrace – (H. Craven) During the evening the Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. J. Meredith Ball. Will perform the following selections: Overture – "Merchant of Venice" – Hamilton Clarke, Lyende – "La Veneziana" – Hamilton Clarke, Entr'acte – Hamilton Clarke, Ballet Music – "Faust" – Gounod. Incidental Music Composed by Hamilton Clarke. Friday and Saturday Evenings, Jan, 4 and 5. The Bells. Mathias – Mr. Henry Irving. To be followed by Mrs. Cowley's Comedy, in Two Acts. The Belle's Stratagem. Doricourt – Mr. Henry Irving, Letitia Hardy – Miss Ellen Terry. Saturday Matinee, Jan. 5, Charles I. Charles I – Mr. Henry Irving. Queen Henrietta Marie – Miss Ellen Terry. For Remainder of programme see following page. W M. Wise, No. 239 Fulton Street, Opposite Clark. Fine Diamonds! Fine watches! Fine Jewelry! Sterling silver ware! Hats. We have just received our importation of English Hats. Styles correct. Qualities best Balch, Price & Co. Importers & Manufacturers. Near Smith St. 376 & 378 Fulton St. Barthman & Strait No. 289 Fulton Street, (Next to Loeser's Toy Department.) Jewelers, manufacture all their own goods, and sell them at Factory prices. Call and be convinced before purchasing Holiday Presents. Red Label Champagne. Theophile Maison Fondeeen 1864. Roederer & Co. Reims. New York Office: 6 South William Street, N. Y. Balch, Price & Co., Manufacturer of Seal Dolmans, Seal Sacques, Fur Lined Wraps, &c., &c., Nos. 376 & 378 Fulton Street, Largest Stock, Lowest Prices. Coal. Lynan & Wearne Coal Merchants, 3d St. & Gowands Canal, under contract to furnish this Theatre with Coal. Telephone call 595. Delbeck & Co. Champagnes are the finest imported. The best Pianos sold on easy monthly payments. Warerooms: 323 Washington St., Next to Post Office. Phelps & Son. Pianos, $5 to $20 monthly instalments. $5 to $20. Possess the finest tone, and are the best finished and most durable instruments in the market.
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Livington & Schermerhorn Sts., Brooklyn, Superiority Proved the simplest & best sewing machine is the light running new home perfect in every particular. 200,000 sold yearly. New Home Sewing Machine Co., 30 Union Square, N. Y. Chicago, Ills., Orange, Mass, or Atlanta, Ga. Dr. Wood's Turkish Baths, No 34 Clinton Street, also Russian and Electric Beds. United States Mutual Accident Association, 300 Broadway, N. Y. For Mr. Irving – Stage Manager – Mr. H. J. Loveday, Musical Director – Mr. J. Meredith Ball, Acting Manager – Mr. Bram Stoker, Marcus R. Mayer – General Business Manager for Mr. Abbey, Jas. H. Palser – Business Manager and Treasurer for Mr. Abbey. Next week, Monday, January 7, the latest new york success, and greatest scenic New York Success, and greatest scenic production of the age, the Stranglers of Paris! The Great New York Case of Eighty Persons. For the convenience of the patrons of this Theatre, choice reserved seats can be secured at the offices of the American District Telegraph Company, 191 Montague Street, 321 Court Street, 698 Fulton Street, ,076 Fulton Street, 7 Brooklyn Avenue, near Fulton Street, 288 Flatbush Ave, and 30 Fourth Street. E. D., at a slight advance over box office rates. All the music performed in this Theatre can be had (if published) of WM. A. Pond & Co., 25 Union Square, N. Y. Weber Pianos used exclusively in this Theatre. Peek-a-boo, and all of Scanlan's Songs sung this week, at 25 cents a copy at Anderson's Music Store, 298 Fulton Street. Highest Awards at the Centennial Exhibition, 1876: also Highes Award at Montreal, 1881. Pianos Sohmer Pianos are preferred by the leading artists. Nos. 149 to 155 East 14th Street, New York. 1807. Seventy-Sixth Year. 1883. Cowperthwait's 408, 410 and 412 Fulton Street, Corner Gallatin Place, Brooklyn and 153 to 159 Chatham St., N.Y. 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Stage, Orchestra, Aisle, Exit, Lobby, Johnson St. Dress Circle Aisle, Exit. Family Circle, Aisle, Exit, Johnson St.

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Ellen Terry was given a diamond brooch by the royal family for her stage jubilee in 1906.

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