Much Ado About Nothing, 19-20 August 1904, Image 2 of 3
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Programme. Thursday, August 18th, for Three Nights Only. First visit to Margate of England's Greatest Actress – Miss Ellen Terry and her Co.
Friday, August 19th, at 7.45, for This Night Only.
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.
Designed and produced under the direction of Mr. Edward Gordon Craig.
Don Pedro (Prince of Arragon): Mr. CHARLES THURSBY
Don John (His Bastard Brother): Mr. T.A.SHANNON
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. J.S.HAMILTON
Balthazar (Attendant on Don Pedro): Mr PENDEREL PRICE
Borachio, Conrade (Followers of Don John): Mr. ALFRED BUCKLAW, EUSTACE LE GRAND
Dogberry,Verges (Two City Officers): Mr. JOHN WILLES, CHARLES WHITTLE
Friar Frances: Mr. HALLIWELL HOBBES
A Sexton: Mr. PAUL BURNAND
A Boy: Miss PENELOPE WHEELER
Oatcake: Mr. GOODWIN NOCK
Seacole: Mr. CHARLES A.STAITE
Watchman: Mr. JAMES CHURCHER
2nd Watchman: FREDEICK JAMES
Messenger: Mr. LEONARD CRASKE
Hero: Miss HUTIN BRITTON
Margaret: Miss EDITH KING
Ursula: Miss PENELOPE WHEELER
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
SATURDAY, AUG, 20th for This Night Only-
THE GOOD HOPE.
An English Version of Henry Irvingerman's Play, "Op HOop Van Zegen," by CHRISTOPHER ST.JOHN;
A TALE OF THE SEA.
Kniertje (A Fisherman's Widow): Miss ELLEN TERRY
Geert, Barend (Her Sons): Mr. MATHESON LANG, Mr. E.HARCOURT WILLIAMS
Jo (Her Niece): Miss HUTIN BRITTON
Cobus (her Brother, a Pensioner): Mr. LEONARD CRASKE
Dantje (another Pensioner): Mr. CHARLES WHITTLE
Cleniens Bos (a Smack Owner): Mr. GEORGE FITZGERALD
Mathilde (his Wife): Miss EDITH KING
Clementine (his Daughter): Miss ISABEL ROLAND
Simon (a Shipwright): Mr. JOHN WILLES
Marietje (his Daughter): Miss AUDREY CAMPBELL
Mees (engaged to Marietje): Mr. J.S.HAMILTON
Kaps (confidential Clerk): Mr. HALLIWELL HOBBES
Saart (A Fisherman's Widow): Mis AILSA CRAIG
Truus (A Fisherman's Widow): Miss PENELOPE WHEELER
Jelle (a Begger): Mr. CHARLES A.STAITE
1st Harbour Policeman: Mr. GOODWIN NOCK
2nd Harbour Policeman: Mr. PAUL BURNAND
Acts 1, 2, 3: Kniertje's Cottage. Act 4: Bos' Office.
The action of the play takes place in a Dutch fishing village. Time-The present.
Three Days elapse between Acts 1 & 2: Six weeks between 2 & 3: Three Weeks between 3 and 4.
Nathan Oldworthy: Mr. ALFRED BUCKLAW
Alexander Oldworthy: Mr. E.HARCOURT WILLIAMS
Susan Oldfield: Miss AUDREY CAMPBELL
Mistress Anne Oldfield: Miss ELLEN TERRY
Scene: A Room in Mistress Oldfield's House.
For Miss Ellen Terry, General Manager – Mr. Alfred Courtenay, Acting Manager – Mr. Thomas, J. Courtly, Advance Representative - Mr. G. Aubrey Hall, Stage Manager – Mr. Charles La Trobe, Musical Director – Mr. Christopher Wilson. Monday, Aug, 22nd for three nights – Mr. Edward Terry & Co. Thursday, Aug, 25th, for three nights – "Old Heidelberg."
Clifton Baths Margate. L. Perrot, Manager. Ozone, Sea and Fresh Water, Douche Swimming, Sea Bathing. Refreshment Saloon. Popular Prices. A. Tannenbaum Bros., 4, King Street (Next door to White Hart Hotel), 22, The Parade (Facing Jetty). Antiquarians, Jewellers, and Pawnbrokers. Dealers in precious stones. Jewellery made to order. Presents a speciality. Exchange bureau. Money advanced at low rates. Distance no object. Telephone No. 17X: 4, King Street Telephone No: 17Y: 22, The Parade. Ainslie Bros., 62, High Street and 82, Northumberland Road, Margate. Telephone No. 0177, Margate. Contractors to H. M. Government. Wholesale and retail Buthcers. Branches at Margate, Dover, Southend, Hemel Hempsted, Ramsgate, Herne Bay, Clacton, Croydon, Broadstairs, Whitstable, Richmond, Eastbourne, Canterbury, Faversham, Harlesden, London, Folkestone, Brighton, Crouch End, Deal, Ashford, Hastings, Westgate, Brixton Hill, Streatham, Sideup, Reigate, Muswell Hill, Lewisham, Enfield, &c., &c. Elephant Hotel, Family and Commerical. Nearest to Grand Theatre. Special Tariff to Professionals. Francis Bennett. Telephone, 0206. Salt & Co's Ales and Stout on draught and in bottle. Salt & Co's Pale Ales. Station Hotel facing sea. Bed and Breakfast, 5/d. Vass Wallace. Home comforts. Week ends 18/6. Telephone, 0210. Salt & Co's Ales and Stout, on draught and in bottle.
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