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CANDIDA

By Bernard Shaw.



Candida

Prosperine Garnett

The Rev. James Mavor Morell

Eugene Marchbanks

Mr. Burgess

The Rev. Alexander Mill



Miss KATE RORKE

Miss SYDNEY FAIR-
BROTHER

Mr. C. V. FRANCE

Mr. GRANVILLE BARKER

Mr. EDWARD SASS

Mr. ATHOL STEWART



The Action takes place at St. Dominic's Vicarage, Victoria

Park, E.

An October Day, 1894.
ACT I. Morning. ACT II. Afternoon. ACT III. Evening.



129



1904-5.

On December 23rd.

PRUNELLA

Or, Love in a Dutch Garden

A Play, in Three Acts, for Grown-up Children.

By Laurence Housman and Granville Barker.

The Music by Joseph Moorat.

Pierrot Mr. GRANVILLE BARKER

Scaramel Mr. HARRY DODD

Kennel Mr. REGINALD RIVINGTON

Callow Mr. JOHN W. DEVERELL

Mouth Mr. ORLANDO BARNETT

Hawk Mr. GEORGE TROLLOPE

Tawdry Miss HELEN GRENVILLE

Doll Miss MARGARET BUSSE

Romp Miss FLORENCE REDFERN

Coquette Miss HAZEL THOMPSON

Prim Miss VIOLET VAUGHAN

Privacy Miss NORA GREENLAW

Prude Miss AGNES HILL

Queer Miss EMILY GROVE

Quaint Miss ALICE ARDEN

ist Gardener Mr. TOM PAULTON

2nd Gardener Mr. T. HESLEWOOD

3rd Gardener Mr. F. GREMLIN

4th Gardener Mr. F. GROVE

Boy Mr. NORMAN PAGE

Statue of Love Mr. LEWIS CASSON

Prunella ... Miss THYRZA NORMAN



SCENE. The Dutch Garden.

The Orchestra conducted by Mr. S. P. WADDINGTON.

130



1905.

On February jth, gth, loth, I4th, i6th, I7th,
aist, 23rd, 24th, at 2.30 p.m.

[March 1 1 , special evening performance for
H.M. the King.]

JOHN BULL'S OTHER
ISLAND

By Bernard Shaw.



Broadbent
Larry Doyle ...
Tim Haffigan ...
Hodson
Keegan

Patsy Farrell ...
Father Dempsey
Corney Doyle . . .
Barney Doran . . .
Matthew Haffigan
Aunt Judy
Nora



Mr. LOUIS CALVERT
Mr. C. M. HALLARD
Mr. PERCIVAL STEVENS
Mr. GEORGE TROLLOPE
Mr. GRANVILLE BARKER
Mr. NORMAN PAGE
Mr. J. D. BEVERIDGE
Mr. F. GREMLIN
Mr. WILFRED SHINE
Mr. A. E. GEORGE
Miss AGNES THOMAS
Miss ELLEN O'MALLEY



ACT I.



ACT II. Scene I.

Scene II.

ACT III

ACT IV. Scene I.
Scene II.



Office of Broadbent & Doyle, Civil
Engineers, Great George Street, West-
minster.

Rosscullen Hill.

The Round Tower.

The Grass Plot before Corney Doyle's
House.

The Parlour at Corney Doyle's.

Rosscullen Hill.



1905.

On February aSth, March 2nd, 3rd, 7th, gth,
loth, i4th, i6th, I7th, at 2.30 p.m.

THE POT OF BROTH

By W. B. Yeats.



John Coneely . . .
Sibby Coneely
A Tramp



Mr. GEORGE F. TULLY
Miss AMY LAMBORN
Mr. ROBERT PATEMAN



IN THE HOSPITAL

By Arthur Schnitzler.
Translated by Christopher Home.



Karl Rademacher
Florian Schubart
Alexander Weihgart
Dr. Lantner ...
Dr. Tann
Juliana Paschanda



Mr. J. D. BEVERIDGE
Mr. GEORGE TROLLOPS
Mr. RUDGE HARDING
Mr. HOWARD STURGE
Mr. EDMUND GWENN
Miss ISABEL GREY



SCENE. An Extra Ward in the Vienna General Hospital.

HOW HE LIED TO HER
HUSBAND

By Bernard Shaw.



Her Lover
Her Husband . . .
Herself...



Mr. GRANVILLE BARKER

Mr. A. G. POULTON

Miss GERTRUDE KINGSTON



SCENE. Her Flat in Cromwell Road.
132



1905.

On March 2ist, 23rd, 24th, 28th, 3Oth, 3ist;
April 4th, 6th, yth, at 2.30.

THE THIEVES' COMEDY

By Gerhart Hauptmann.
Translated by Christopher Home.



Frau Wolff Miss ROSIN A FILIPPI

Frau Motes Miss AGNES THOMAS

Adelheid Miss SYDNEY FAIR-
BROTHER

Leontine Miss GRETA HAHN

Von Wehrhahn Mr. W. LUGG

Kruger ... Mr. WILLIAM FARREN, Junr.

Fleischer Mr. HENRY VIBART

Motes Mr. RUDGE HARDING

Julius Wolff Mr. JAMES HEARN

Wulkoff Mr. EDMUND GWENN

Glasenapp Mr. NORMAN PAGE

Mitteldorf Mr. HARRY DODD

Philip Master TONGE



ACTS I. and III. Frau Wolff's Cottage.
ACTS II. and IV. The Magistrate's Office.



1905.

On April nth, i3th, i4th, i8th, aoth, 25th,
2/th, 28th, at 2.30.

THE TROJAN WOMEN OF
EURIPIDES

Translated by Gilbert Murray.



The God Poseidon Mr. CHARLES A. DORAN

The Goddess Pallas Athena... Miss ADA FERRAR

Hecuba Miss MARIE BREMA

Cassandra Miss EDYTH OLIVE

Andromache Miss EDITH WYNNE-

MATTHISON

Helen Miss GERTRUDE KINGSTON

Talthybius Mr. JAMES HEARN

Menelaus Mr. DENNIS EADIE

Leader of the Chorus Miss FLORENCE FARR



Chorus :

Mrs. BISHOP, Miss AMY LAMBORN,

Miss N. POWYS, Miss HAZEL THOMPSON,

Mrs. WHEELER, Miss MAUD YATES.



1905.

For Three Weeks Only.
Commencing on Monday, May ist, 1905,

Every Evening at 8.15,
And Wednesday Matinee at 2.30.

JOHN BULL'S OTHER
ISLAND

By Bernard Shaw.



Broadbent
Larry Doyle ...
Tim Haffigan ...
Hodson
Keegan

Patsy Farrell ...
Father Dempsey
Corney Doyle . . .
Barney Doran...
Matthew Haffigan
Aunt Judy
Nora . . .



Mr. LOUIS CALVERT
Mr. C. M. HALLARD
Mr. A. G. POULTON
Mr. NIGEL PLAYFAIR
Mr. GRANVILLE BARKER
Mr. NORMAN PAGE
Mr. J. D. BEVERIDGE
Mr. F. GREMLIN
Mr. WILFRED SHINE
Mr. EDMUND GWENN
Miss AGNES THOMAS
Miss LILLAH McCARTHY



ACT I.



Office of Broadbent & Doyle, Civil
Engineers, Great George Street, West-
minster.

Rosscullen Hill.
The Round Tower.
The Grass Plot before Corney Doyle's

House.

ACT IV. Scene I. The Parlour at Corney Doyle's.
Scene II. Rosscullen Hill.

135



ACT II. -Scene I.
Scene II.
ACT III.



1905.

On May and, 4th, 5th, gth, nth, i2th, i6th,
1 8th, i gth, at 2.30.

YOU NEVER CAN TELL

By Bernard Shaw.



Mrs. Clandon Mrs. THEODORE WRIGHT

Gloria Clandon Miss TITA BRAND

Dolly Clandon Miss SYDNEY FAIR

BROTHER

Philip Clandon Mr. NORMAN PAGE

Fergus Crampton Mr. J. D. BEVERIDGE

Finch McComas Mr. J. H. BARNES

Valentine Mr. GRANVILLE BARKER

Bohun Mr. NIGEL PLAYFAIR

The Waiter Mr. LOUIS CALVERT

A Parlour Maid Miss HAZEL THOMPSON



ACT I. A Dentist's Operating Room Morning.
ACT II. The Marine Hotel Luncheon.
ACT III. Sitting Room in the Hotel Afternoon Tea.
ACT IV. Sitting Room in the Hotel After Dinner.
Scene. At the Seaside.
Time. The Present.

136



1905.

For Three Weeks only.
Commencing on Monday, May aand, 1905,

Every Evening at 8.30,
And Wednesday Matinee at 3.

CANDIDA

By Bernard Shaw.



Candida Miss KATE RORKE

Proserpine Garnett Miss SYDNEY FAIR-
BROTHER

The Rev. James Mavor Morell Mr. C. V. FRANCE

Eugene Marchbanks ... ... Mr. GRANVILLE BARKER

Mr. Burgess Mr. A. G. POULTON

The Rev. Alexander Mill Mr. HUBERT HARBEN



The Action takes place at St. Dominic's Vicarage, Victoria

Park, E.

An October Day, 1894.
ACT I. Morning. ACT II. Afternoon. ACT III. Evening.



1905.

On May 23rd, 25th, 26th, 3oth ; June ist, 2nd,
6th, 8th, gth, 1 3th, i5th, i6th, at 2.30.

MAN AND SUPERMAN

By Bernard Shaw.



Roebuck Ramsden Mr. CHARLES GOODHART

Octavius Robinson Mr. LEWIS CASSON

John Tanner Mr. GRANVILLE BARKER

Henry Straker Mr. EDMUND GWENN

Hector Malone ... ... Mr. HUBERT HARBEN

Mr. Malone Mr. J. D. BEVERIDGE

Ann Whitefield Miss LILLAH MCCARTHY

Mrs. Whitefield Miss FLORENCE HAYDON

Miss Ramsden Miss AGNES THOMAS

Violet Robinson Miss SARAH BROOKE

Parlour Maid ., Miss HAZEL THOMPSON



ACT I. Portland Place. Roebuck Ramsden's Study.
ACT II. Richmond. The Avenue to Mrs. Whitefield's House.
ACT III. At Granada. The Villa Garden.
Period. The Present Time.

138



1905.

For Three Weeks only.
Commencing on Monday, June 12th, 1905.

Every Evening at 8.15,
And Wednesday Matinee at 2.30.

YOU NEVER CAN TELL

By Bernard Shaw.



Mrs. Clandon . . .
Gloria Clandon
Dolly Clandon

Philip Clandon
Fergus Crampton
Finch McComas
Valentine

Bohun

The Waiter ...
A Parlour Maid



Mrs. THEODORE WRIGHT

Miss TITA BRAND

Miss SYDNEY FAIR

BROTHER
Mr. NORMAN PAGE
Mr. J. D. BEVERIDGE
Mr. J. H. BARNES
Mr. GRANVILLE BARKER
Mr. NIGEL PLAYFAIR
Mr. LOUIS CALVERT
Miss HAZEL THOMPSON



ACT I. A Dentist's Operating Room Morning.
ACT II. The Marine Hotel Luncheon.
ACT III. Sitting Room in the Hotel Afternoon Tea.
ACT IV. Sitting Room in the Hotel After Dinner.
Scene. At the Seaside.
Time. The Present.
139



^OS-
Commencing on Monday, September nth, 1905,

Every Evening at 8.15,
And Wednesday Matinee at 2.30.

JOHN BULL'S OTHER
ISLAND

By Bernard Shaw.



Broadbent
Larry Doyle
Tim Haffigan
Hodson
Keegan
Patsy Farrell
Father Dempsey
Corney Doyle .
Barney Doran.
Matthew Haffigan
Aunt Judy
Nora



ACT I.



ACT II. Scene I.

Scene II.

ACT III

ACT IV. Scene I.
Scene II.



Mr. LOUIS CALVERT
Mr. DANIEL McCARTHY
Mr. EDMUND LEA
Mr. EDMUND GWENN
Mr. GRANVILLE BARKER
Mr. NORMAN PAGE
Mr. J. H. BARNES
Mr. F. GREMLIN
Mr. WILFRED SHINE
Mr. A. E. GEORGE
Miss AGNES THOMAS
Miss LILLAH McCARTHY



Office of Broadbent & Doyle, Civil
Engineers, Great George Street, West-
minster.

Rosscullen Hill.

The Round Tower.

The Grass Plot before Corney Doyle's
House.

The Parlour at Corney Doyle's.

Rosscullen Hill.
140



1905.

On September 26th, agth ; October 3rd, 6th,
loth, 1 3th, at 2.30.

THE RETURN OF THE
PRODIGAL

A Comedy, in Four Acts, by St. John Hankin.



Samuel Jackson Mr. J. H. BARNES

Mrs. Jackson Miss FLORENCE HAYDON

Henry Jackson Mr. DENNIS EADIE

Eustace Jackson Mr. A. E. MATTHEWS

Violet Jackson Miss AMY LAMBORN

Sir John Faringford, Bart. ... Mr. ARTHUR APPLIN

Lady Faringford Miss HILDA RIVERS

Stella Faringford Miss HAZEL THOMPSON

Doctor Glaisher Mr. F. W. PERMAIN

The Rev. Cyril Pratt ... Mr. NORMAN PAGE

Mrs. Pratt Miss AGNES THOMAS

Baines .. Mr. EDMUND GWENN



The Action of the Play takes place at Chedleigh Court.
ACT I. The Drawing Room.
ACT II. The Breakfast Room.

ACT III. (Ten days have elapsed since Act II.) The Lawn.
ACT IV. The Drawing Room.

141



1905.

On October i/th, aoth, 24th, 27th, 3ist, and
November 3rd, at 2.30.

THE WILD DUCK

A Play, in Five Acts, by Henrik Ibsen.



Werle Mr. OSCAR AD YE

Gregers Werle Mr. SCOTT BUIST

Ekdal Mr. A. E. GEORGE

Hialmar Ekdal Mr. GRANVILLE BARKER*

Gina Ekdal Miss AGNES THOMAS

Hedvig Miss DOROTHY MINTO

Mrs. Sorby Miss ADA FERRAR

Relling Mr. MATHESON LANG

Molvik Mr. NORMAN PAGE

Graberg Mr. FREDERICK LLOYD

Pattersen Mr. C. L. DELPH

Jensen Mr. R. F. KNOX

Another Waiter Mr. L. HAMER

Kasperen Mr. EDMUND GWENN

Flor Mr. KENELM F. FOSS

Balle Mr. NORMAN PAGE

Another Gentleman Mr. LEWIS CASSON



ACT I. Werle's Study.
ACTS II., III., IV., and V. Hialmar Ekdal's Studio.

* The part was played on Oct. 2yth, 3ist, and Nov. 3rd by Mr.
Trevor Lowe.

142



^OS-
Commencing on Monday, October 23rd, 1905.

Every Evening at 8.15,
And Wednesday Matinee at 2.30.

MAN AND SUPERMAN

By Bernard Shaw.



Roebuck Ramsden
Octavius Robinson
John Tanner ...
Henry Straker...
Hector Malone
Mr. Malone ...
Ann Whitefield
Mrs. Whitefield
Miss Ramsden
Violet Robinson
Parlour Maid ..



Mr. J. H. BARNES

Mr. LEWIS CASSON

Mr. GRANVILLE BARKER

Mr. EDMUND GWENN

Mr. JAMES CAREW

Mr. F. GREMLIN

Miss LILLAH MCCARTHY

Miss FLORENCE HAYDON

Miss AGNES THOMAS

Miss SARAH BROOKE

Miss HAZEL THOMPSON



ACT I. Portland Place. Roebuck Ramsden's Study.

ACT II. Richmond. The Avenue to Mrs. Whitefield's House.

ACT III. At Granada. The Villa Garden.

Period. The Present Time.



1905.

On November 7th, loth, I4th, i/th, 2ist, and
24th, at 2.30.

THE VOYSEY INHERITANCE

A Play, in Five Acts, by Granville Barker.



Mr. Voysey

Mrs. Voysey

Trenchard Voysey, K.C.

Honor Voysey

Major Booth Voysey

Mrs. Booth Voysey (Emily)...

Christopher

Edward Voysey

Hugh Voysey

Mrs. Hugh Voysey (Beatrice)

Ethel Voysey

Denis Tregoning

Alice Maitland

Mr. Booth

The Rev. Evan Colpus
Peacey ...

Phoebe

Mary



Mr. A. E. GEORGE

Miss FLORENCE HAYDON

Mr. EUGENE MAYEUR

Miss GERALDINE OLLIFFE

Mr. CHARLES FULTON

Miss GRACE EDWIN

HARRY C. DUFF

Mr. THALBERG CORBETT

Mr. DENNIS EADIE

Miss HENRIETTA WATSON

Miss ALEXANDRA CARLISLE

Mr. FREDERICK LLOYD

Miss MABEL HACKNEY

Mr. O. B. CLARENCE

Mr. EDMUND GWENN

Mr. TREVOR LOWE

Miss GWYNNETH GALTON

Mrs. FORDYCE



in



ACTS I. and IV. At the Office of Voysey & Son, i

Lincoln's Inn.

ACTS II., III., and V. At Bramleyfield, Chislehurst.
144



1905.

On November 28th, December ist, 5th, 8th,
1 2th, and I5th, at 2.30.

MAJOR BARBARA

A Discussion, in Three Acts, by Bernard Shaw.



Lady Britomart Undershaft

Stephen Undershaft

Morrison

Barbara Undershaft

Sarah Undershaft

Charles Lomax

Adolphus Cusins

Andrew Undershaft

Rummy Mitchens

Snobby Price

Jenny Hill

Peter Shirley

Bill Walker

Mrs. Baines

Bilton .



Miss ROSINA FILIPPI
Mr. HUBERT HARBEN
Mr. C. L. DELPH
Miss ANNIE RUSSELL
Miss HAZEL THOMPSON
Mr. DAWSON MILWARD
Mr. GRANVILLE BARKER
Mr. LOUIS CALVERT
Miss CLARE GREET
Mr. ARTHUR LACEBY
Miss DOROTHY MINTO
Mr. F. GREMLIN
Mr. OSWALD YORKE
Miss E. WYNNE-MATTHISON
Mr. EDMUND GWENN



The characters are put in the order in which they come on the stage.

Time. Three successive days in January, 1906.

Place. London.
ACT I. ... ... The Library in Lady Britomart Under-

shaft's House in Wilton Crescent.

ACT II The West Ham Shelter of the Salvation

Army.
ACT III. Scene I. The Library in Wilton Crescent.

Scene II. Among the high explosive Sheds at the
Arsenal of Messrs. Undershaft &
Lazarus, near the model town of
Perivale St. Andrews.
10 145



1906.

For Six Weeks only.
Commencing on Monday, January ist, 1906.

Every Evening at 8.15,
And Wednesday Matinee at 2.30.

MAJOR BARBARA

A Discussion, in Three Acts, by Bernard Shaw.



Lady Britomart Undershaft


Miss MADGE McINTOSH


Stephen Undershaft




Mr. HUBERT HARBEN


Morrison




Mr. C. L. DELPH


Sarah Undershaft




Miss HAZEL THOMPSON


Barbara Undershaft




Miss ANNIE RUSSELL


Charles Lomax




Mr. F. LUMSDEN HARE


Adolphus Cusins




Mr. LEWIS CASSON


Andrew Undershaft




Mr. LOUIS CALVERT


Rummy Mitchens




Miss CLARE GREET


Snobby Price .




Mr. ARTHUR LACEBY


Jenny Hill




Miss DOROTHY MINTO


Peter Shirley .




Mr. R GREMLIN


Bill Walker .




Mr. OSWALD YORKE


Mrs. Baines




Miss E. WYNNE-MATTHISON


Bilton . Mr. EDMUND GWENN



The characters are put in the order in which they come on the stage.

Time. Three successive days in January, 1906.

Place. London.
ACT I. ... ... The Library in Lady Britomart Under-

shaft's House in Wilton Crescent.
ACT II. ... ... The West Ham Shelter of the Salvation Army.

ACT III. Scene I. The Library in Wilton Crescent.

Scene II. Among the high explosive Sheds at the

Arsenal of Messrs. Undershaft & Lazarus,

near the model town of Perivale St.

Andrews.

NOTE. Substituted with almost the same cast on February I3th, i6th,
2Oth, and 23rd, 1906, for A Question of Age and The Convict on the Hearth.

146



1906.

On January i6th, igth, 23rd, 26th, 3Oth,
and February 2nd, at 2.30.

THE ELECTRA OF
EURIPIDES

Translated by Gilbert Murray.

The Scene is laid before a Peasant's Hut in the Mountains of Argos.
The Play was first acted in the year 413 B.C.

Electra (Daughter of Agamem-
non and Clytemnestra) ... Miss E. WYNNE-MATTHISON

Clytemnestra (Queen of Argos ;

widow of Agamemnon) ... Miss EDYTH OLIVE

Orestes (Son of Agamemnon and
Clytemnestra ; now in banish-
ment} Mr. E. HARCOURT

WILLIAMS

A Peasant (Husband of Electro) Mr. STRATTON RODNEY

An Old Man (Formerly servant

to Agamemnon) Mr. J. H. BARNES

A Messenger Mr. HUBERT HARBEN

Pylades (Son of Strophios^ King

of Phocis ; friend to Orestes) Mr. FREDERICK LLOYD

Castor (The demi-god, worshipped
together with his twin brother
Poly deuces) Mr. LEWIS CASSON

Leader of Chorus Miss GERTRUDE SCOTT

Chorus :

Miss GWENDOLEN BISHOP, Miss AMY LAMBORN,

Miss VERA LONGDEN, Miss VIOLET MYERS,

Miss M. SAUMAREZ, Miss ELAINE SLEDDALL,

Miss HAZEL THOMPSON, Miss PENELOPE WHEELER.

Music by Theodore Stier.

NOTE. Revived March I2th, 1906, for two weeks only, with the
above cast, except that Orestes was played by Mr. Henry Ainley.

147



1906.

On February 6th, 9th, [i3th, i6th, 2Oth, and 23rd,]*

at 2.30.

A QUESTION OF AGE

A Comedy, in Three Acts, by Robert Vernon Harcourt.

Lt.-Col. Mark Langley, C.B Mr. FREDERICK KERR

Henry Bernard Mr. C. M. HALLARD

Hon. Bertie Graham Mr. KENNETH DOUGLAS

Baron von Berolstein Mr. STRATTON RODNEY

Mr. Ferguson Mr. FREDERIC TOPHAM

Johnson Mr. C. L. DELPH

Footman Mr. FREDERICK LLOYD

Mrs. Beddoes Miss FANNY BROUGH

Olive Vane Miss MABEL HACKNEY

Countess of Clare Miss AGNES KNIGHTS

Lady Elsie Ireland Miss IRENE FITZGERALD

Baroness von Berolstein Miss DARRAGH

Shopwoman Miss M. DANIELL

A Customer Mrs. CHARLES MALTBY



ACT I. Madame Lizette's Hat Shop, Dover Street.
ACT II. The Hall at Lord Clare's, Steynham Court.
ACT III. Joint Rooms of Bernard & Graham, Park Place, St. James.

To be followed by

THE CONVICT ON THE HEARTH

By Frederick Fenn.

George Midden Mr. EDMUND GWENN

Thomas Midden Mr. EDMUND GURNEY

Mrs. Midden Miss MARY BROUGH

Jenny Midden Miss EILY MALYON

Maud Midden MERRIE OMAR

Percy Kitchener Midden SIDNEY GRATA

Joseph Peterson Mr. STRATTON RODNEY

Amy Watersmith Miss CLARE GREET

Jim Watersmith Mr. NORMAN PAGE

Miss Harcourt Miss MADGE McINTOSH

Rev. Cartwright Dade Mr. C. V. FRANCE

SCENE. A Room in Corporation Buildings, Kennington Butts.
* Major Barbara was substituted for these four performances.



1906.

For Four Weeks only.
Commencing Monday, February I2th, 1906.

Every Evening at 8.15.
Wednesday Matinee at 2.30.

THE VOYSEY INHERITANCE

A Play, in Five Acts, by Granville Barker.



Mr. Voysey

Mrs. Voysey

Trenchard Voysey, K.C.

Honor Voysey ...

Major Booth Voysey ...

Mrs. Booth Voysey (Emily) ...

Christopher

Edward Voysey

Hugh Voysey ...

Mrs. Hugh Voysey (Beatrice)...

Ethel Voysey

Denis Tregoning

Alice Maitland

Mr. Booth

The Rev. Evan Colpus

Peacey

Phoebe

Mary



Mr. FREDERICK KERR
Miss FLORENCE HAYDON
Mr. EUGENE MAYEUR
Miss EDYTH OLIVE
Mr. CHARLES FULTON
Miss AMY LAMBORN
CECIL DOYLE
Mr. GRANVILLE BARKER
Mr. HUBERT HARBEN
Miss MADGE McINTOSH
Miss HAZEL THOMPSON
Mr. FREDERICK LLOYD
Miss MABEL HACKNEY
Mr. NORMAN PAGE
Mr. EDMUND GWENN
Mr. TREVOR LOWE
Miss GWYNNETH GALTON
Mrs. CHARLES MALTBY



ACTS I. and IV. At the Office of Voysey & Son, in Lincoln's Inn.

ACTS II., III., and V. At Bramleyfield, Chislehurst.

149



1906.
On Feb. 27th, Mar. and, 6th, gth, i3th, and i6th.

PAN AND THE YOUNG
SHEPHERD

A Pastoral Play, in Two Acts, by Maurice Hewlett.
The Music by H. W. Hewlett.

Geron Mr. EDMUND GURNEY

Neanias Mr. HENRY AINLEY

Balkis Miss RAY ROCKMAN

Teucer Mr. NORMAN PAGE

Mopsus Mr. EDMUND GWENN

Sphorx Mr. STRATTON RODNEY

Merla Miss SUZANNE SHELDON

Aglae Miss GRACE LANE

Erotion Miss LILLAH MCCARTHY

Sitys Miss GWENDOLEN BISHOP

Geerna Miss HAZEL THOMPSON

Phoeno Miss GWLADYS WYNNE

Dryas Miss MABEL HACKNEY

Adora Miss ALICE CRAWFORD

Pan Mr. NORMAN McKINNEL

To be followed by

THE YOUNGEST OF THE
ANGELS

By Maurice Hewlett.

Adapted by the Author from one of his Novels.

Dr. Dolfino Tron Mr. J. H. BARNES

Mr. Francis Hastings Mr. E. HARCOURT

WILLIAMS

Donna Domenica Miss LILLAH MCCARTHY

Nonna Miss AGNES THOMAS

150



1906.

On March 2Oth, 23rd, 27th, 3oth ; April 3rd
and 6th, at 2.30.

CAPTAIN BRASSBOUND'S
CONVERSION

By Bernard Shaw.

Lady Cecily Waynflete ... Miss ELLEN TERRY

Sir Howard Hallam Mr. J. H. BARNES

Captain Brassbound Mr. FREDERICK KERR

Rankin Mr. F. GREMLIN

Drinkwater Mr. EDMUND GWENN

Redbrook Mr. C. L. DELPH

Johnson Mr. EDMUND GURNEY

Marzo Mr. MICHAEL SHER-

BROOKE

Sidi el Assif Mr. LEWIS CASSON

The Cadi Mr. TREVOR LOWE

Osman Mr. GORDON BAILEY

Hassan Mr. JULES SHAW

Capt. Hamlin Kearney, U.S.N. Mr. JAMES CAREW

American Bluejacket Mr. FREDERICK LLOYD



ACT I. Mogador. The Missionary's Garden.
ACT II. Moskala. In a Castle on the Hills.
ACT III. Mogador. In the Missionary's House.

NOTE. Revived for twelve weeks on April i6th, 1906, with the
above cast, and the additional character of Mulcy, played by Mr. Cecil
Steel. The theatre was closed for one night, the day before Miss Ellen
Terry's jubilee.



1906.

For Two Weeks only.
Commencing Monday, March 26th, 1906.

Every Evening at 8.30.
Wednesday Matinee at 2.30.

THE HIPPOLYTUS OF
EURIPIDES

Translated by Gilbert Murray.

" The Play was first Acted when Epameinon was Archon, Olympiad
87, year 4 (429 B.C.). Euripides was first, lophon second, Ion third."



The Goddess Aphrodite ... Miss MADGE McINTOSH

The Goddess Artemis ... Miss GWENDOLEN BISHOP

Theseus Mr. WILLIAM HAVILAND

Hippolytus Mr. HENRY AINLEY

Henchman Mr. GRANVILLE BARKER

An Old Huntsman Mr. STRATTON RODNEY

Phaedra Miss EDYTH OLIVE

The Nurse Miss FLORENCE FARR

Leader of Chorus ... Miss GERTRUDE SCOTT



Chorus of Trozenean Women.

Miss AMY LAMBORN, Miss VERA LONGDEN,

Miss VIOLET MYERS, Miss M. SAUMAREZ,

Miss ELAINE SLEDDALL, Miss HAZEL THOMPSON,

Miss PENELOPE WHEELER, Miss GWLADYS WYNNE.

SCENE. Before Theseus' Castle in Trozen.

Music by FLORENCE FARR.

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1906.

April 24th, 27th; May ist, 4th, 8th, nth,

1 5th, 1 8th, 22nd, 25th, 29th, and

June ist, 1906, at 2.30.

PRUNELLA
Or, Love in a Dutch Garden

A Pierrot Play, in Three Acts,

By Laurence Housman and Granville Barker.

The Music by Joseph Moorat.

Pierrot Mr. W. GRAHAM BROWNE

Scaramel Mr. NIGEL PLAYFAIR

Kennel Mr. TREVOR LOWE

Callow Mr. GORDON BAILEY

Mouth Mr. EDMUND GWENN

Hawk Mr. C H. CROKER-KING

Tawdry Miss VALERIE SALBERG

Doll Miss MARGARET BUSS&

Romp Miss RUBY CRAWFORD

Coquette Miss HAZEL THOMPSON

Tenor Mr. W. H. PENDEREL PRICE

Prim Mrs. CHARLES MALTBY

Privacy Miss AMY LAMBORN

Prude Miss AGNES HILL

Queer ... Miss CLARE GREET

Quaint Miss AGNES THOMAS

ist Gardener Mr. C. L. DELPH

2nd Gardener Mr. F. GREMLIN

3rd Gardener Mr. EDMUND GURNEY

Boy Mr. NORMAN PAGE

Statue of Love Mr. LEWIS CASSON

Prunella Miss DOROTHY MINTO

SCENE. The Dutch Garden.
The Orchestra conducted by Mr. THEODORE STIER.



1906.
Commencing Monday, July gth, 1906.

Every Evening at 8.15.

Wednesday Matinee at 2.30.

(For a Limited Number of Weeks.)

YOU NEVER CAN TELL

By Bernard Shaw.

Mrs. Clandon... , Miss HENRIETTA WATSON

Gloria Clandon Miss LILLAH McCARTHY

Dolly Clandon Miss DOROTHY MINTO

Philip Clandon Mr. NORMAN PAGE

Fergus Crampton Mr. EDMUND GURNEY

Finch McComas Mr. J. H. BARNES*

Valentine Mr. HENRY AINLEY

Bohun Mr. JAMES HEARN

The Waiter Mr. LOUIS CALVERT

A Parlour Maid Miss HAZEL THOMPSON



ACT I. A Dentist's Operating Room Morning.

ACT II. The Marine Hotel Luncheon.

ACT III. Sitting Room in the Hotel Afternoon Tea.

ACT IV. Sitting Room in the Hotel After Dinner.

Scene. At the Seaside.
Time. The Present.

* When Mr. Barnes went out of the cast, the part was played by
Mr. Athol Forde. In Mr. Calvert's absence the part of the Waiter was
played by Mr. Edmund Gwenn ; in Miss Minto's, the part of Dolly by
Miss Margaret Busse.



1906.



Monday, September lyth, for Six Weeks only,

Every Evening at 8.15.
Wednesday Matinee at 2.30.

JOHN BULL'S OTHER
ISLAND

By Bernard Shaw.



Broadbent
Larry Doyle ...
Tim Haffigan ...
Hodson

Keegan

Patsy Farrell ...
Father Dempsey
Corney Doyle . . .
Barney Doran...
Matthew Haffigan
Aunt Judy
Nora



Mr. LOUIS CALVERT
Mr. BEN WEBSTER
Mr. HENRY AUSTIN
Mr. EDMUND GWENN
Mr. WILLIAM POEL
Mr. NORMAN PAGE
Mr. EDMUND GURNEY
Mr. F. GREMLIN
Mr. WILFRED SHINE
Mr. JAMES HEARN
Miss AGNES THOMAS
Miss ELLEN O'MALLEY



ACT I.



ACT II. Scene I.

Scene II.

ACT III

ACT IV. Scene I.
Scene II.



Office of Broadbent & Doyle, Civil
Engineers, Great George Street, West-
minster.

Rosscullen Hill.

The Round Tower.

The Grass Plot before Corney Doyle's
House.

The Parlour at Corney Doyle's.

Rosscullen Hill.

155



1906.

On September 25th, 28th ; October 2nd, 5th,
9th, 1 2th, 1 6th, i gth, at 2.30.

THE SILVER BOX

An Original Play, in Three Acts,
By John Galsworthy.

John Barthwick, M.P. ... Mr. JAMES HEARN

Jack Barthwick Mr. A. E. MATTHEWS

Mr. Roper Mr. A. GOODSALL

Marlow Mr. FREDERICK LLOYD

Jones Mr. NORMAN McKINNEL

Snow Mr. TREVOR LOWE

Julius Holden Mr. ATHOL FORDE

Livens Mr. EDMUND GURNEY

Magistrate's Clerk Mr. LEWIS CASSON

Relieving Officer Mr. EDMUND GWENN

Usher Mr. NORMAN PAGE

Mrs. Barthwick Miss FRANCES IVOR

Mrs. Jones Miss IRENE ROOKE

Mrs. Seddon Mrs. CHARLES MALTBY

Wheeler Miss GERTRUDE HEN

RIQUES

An Unknown Lady Miss SYDNEY FAIR

BROTHER



ACT I. Easter Tuesday. The Dining Room at John Barth-

wick's, Rockingham Gate.

Scene L, 12.30 a.m. Scene II., 8.30 a.m. Scene III., 9 a.m.
ACT II. Scene I., The Jones' Lodgings, Merthyr Street.

2.30 p.m.

Scene II., The Dining Room. 8.30 p.m.
ACT III. A week later. A London Police Court, i p.m.

156



1906.

On October 23rd, 26th, 3Oth ; November 2nd,
6th, gth, 1 3th, 1 6th, at 2.30.


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