Shakespeare Tercentenary Commemoration, 2 May 1916, Image 5 of 10
The Tragedy of Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare "This was the noblest Roman of them all ; All the conspirators save only he Did that they did in envy of great Caesar ; He only, in a general honest thought, And common good to all, made one of them." Julius Caesar. Julius Caesar – F. R. Benson, Triumvirs, after the death of Julius Caesar - Octavius Caesar - Basil Gill, Marcus Antonius – Henry Ainley, Senators – Cicero – Holman Clark, Publius – Douglas Jefferies, Popilius Lena – O. B. Clarence, Conspirators against Julius Caesar - Marcus Brutus – Arthur Bourchier, Cassius – H. B. Irving, Casea – Oscar Asche, Trebonius – Leon Quartermaine, Ligarius – Fisher White, Decius Brutus – H. V. Esmond, Metelius Cimber – H. A. Saintsbury, Cinna – Malcolm Cherry, Tribunes – Flavius – Charles Glenney, Marullus – Edward Sass, Artemidorous of Cnides, a teacher of Rhetoric – Hubert Carter, A Soothsayer – Sydney Valentine, Friends to Brutus and Cassius - Lucilius – Murray Carrington, Titinius – H. r. Hignett, Messala – Ben Webster, Volumnius – Owen Roughwood, Servants to Brutus – Clitus – A. B. Imeson, Claudius – Hubert Harben, Strato – Charles Doran, Lucius – Roy Royston, Servant to Caesar – Harcourt Williams, Servant to Octavius Caesar – Owen Nares, Pindarus – Servant to Cassius – Randle Ayrton, 1st Commoner – Roy Byford, 2nd commoner – Ambrose Manning, 1st Citizen – Gerald du Maurler, 2nd Citizen – A. B. George, 3rd Citizen – Edmund Gwenn, 4th Citizen – Alfred Brydone, 5th Citizen, Frank Petley, Calpurnia – Wife to Caesar – Evelyn Millard, Portia – Wife to Brutus – Lilian Braithwaite. Senators, Patricians, Citizens, Guards, Attendants, etc., by : Alban. W. F. Anderson, T. Anderson. M. Arioso, Allan Aynesworth, E. Ayres, M. Baeel, Norah Balfour, Barker, Ivor Bernard, Inez Bensusan, A. Bernard, Cecil Bevan, Biddle, Richard Bodney, John Booth, Clifton Boyne, Arthur Bowyer, Rawson Buckley, Basil Bowen, Eva Chaplin, Patricia Clive, Donald Calthrop, Arthur Cleave, Ernest Cox, W. Cadogan, Charles Cruikshank, Challis, P. P. Clark, Percy Clarbour, E. Collins, V. Clabtree, G. Claremont, F. Denman, J. Danyers, J. Donatus, Arthur de Robin, A. Doderet, Dorothy Day, P.G. Dillon, Duncombe, A. Evans, Alma Ellerslie, K. Elwes, F. Edgar, Claude Esmonds, Henry Edwards, Edwin Ellis, J. Endacott, Wilfred Baton, Florent Fels, J. W. Fortune, A. Fletcher, Betty Fairfax, Fitzgerald, Gertrude Gilman, Basil Gordon, B. Story Gofton, A. Gordon Lennox, A. Gatty, A. Goddard, Ernest Graham, Campbell Gullan, Graeme, A. L. Haron, Sibley Hicks, William Home, W. Hall, Watson Hume, A. Hill, M. M. Harvey, Hamilton, Fred Knight, Frederick Harker, V. Kinglsey, Claude King, Robert Lawlor, Violet Lewis, Victor Lusk, Henry Latimer, Francis Lister, George Laundy, Archie Lynds, A. Leslie, P. Mortimer, Hugh Maurice, Reginald Malcolm, Herbert Norris, Richard Norton, Val Perry, Tarver Penna, J. Peacock, Mary Pitcairn, Marjorie Palgrave, Marien Rieei, W. J. Robertson, D. Forbes Russell, R. Rossuiston Riche, Sinclair Rodgers, T. W. Rider, J. P. Russell, W. Reed, G. H. Rice, Cyril Raymond, Douglas Reid, Ridley, Royston, R. P. Symonds, Adnam Sprange, Basil Sydney, Francis Stoff, J. Storey, D. Stevens, Vincent Sternroyd, M. Stewart, Edith Savile, Stella St. Audrie, Marie St Paul, Made Stuart, Savile, Sulivan, K. Saintsbury, May Saker, M. Stubbs, M. Sheridan, Marion Turner, Daisy Thimm, Francis Torrens, L. Tucker, J. Henry Twyford, George Tully, Ernest Thesiger, Henry Templeton, B. Van Raalte, Evelyn Vanderzee, Esther Whitehouse Florence Waltham, Rathmell Wilson, Waters, Frank Wheatley, W. Wicks, H. Wingrove, Wilcox, Leonard Yorke. Act 1 – Rome. Scene 1 – A Public Place (during this scene the curtain will be lowered once, to indicate a lapse of time). Scene 2 – Brutus' Orchard. Scene 3 – Caesar's House. Scene 4 – A Street. Scene 5 – The Senate House. Act 2 – Rome. Scene – A Forum. Act 3. Scene 1 – Sardis ; The Test of Brutus. Scene 2 – At Philippi (during this scene the curtain will be lowered twice, to indicate the lapse of time). The Scenery and Costumes lent by Sir Herbert Tree ; Costumes under the supervision of Percy Macquold, R. I. The Prelude and incidental music specially composed and conducted by Raymond Rose. Stage Managers – Frank Woolfe, E. G. Browne, 3. Augusts Keogh. After Act 1., Edward German's Overture to "Richard III." will be conducted by Dan Godfrey. After Act II., Coleridge- Taylor's suite "Othello," will be conducted by Julian Clifford. A tribute to the memory of Shakespeare will be paid by Sir Squire Bancroft. Julian Clifford will conduct: (a) Graceful Dance "Henry VIII." – Arthur Sullivan, (b) Gigue "Much Ado About Nothing" – Edward German. An announcement will be made by Mrs. W. H. Kendal.
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