T H E A T R E    M U S E U M ,     C O V E N T – G A R D E N

 

On Friday June 30th 2006

F O R    O N E    N I G H T    O N L Y !

 

S P E A I G H T ’ S    J O Y S

 

A    R E G E N C Y    E N T E R T A I N M E N T

Humbly and Affectionately Dedicated to the Memory of

 M r&  M r s.   G e o r g e    S p e a i g h t


T H E    B A T T L E    O F    W A T E R L O O    B R I D G E
 
ROBERT LLOYD, Proprietor of a
Juvenile Dramatic Repository on the Surry Side
WILLIAM WEST, the Old and Original
Theatrical Print Publisher

Mr. PETER CHARLTON

Mr. DAVID DRUMMOND


T H E   M I L L E R   A N D   H I S   M E N

An Explosive Melo-Drama

Re-ignited by YOUNG BLOOD

The Script by Mr. Pocock

The Overture and Music, entirely new in 1813, composed by Mr. Bishop

Played on the pianoforte by Mr. OLIVER DAVIES

The Action Arranged by Mr. BARRY CLARKE

The Scenery by Mr. West and Mrs. Stokes. Likewise the Dresses

  
GRINDOFF, the Miller
COUNT FREDERICK FRIBERG
KARL, his Servant
KELMAR, an Old Cottager
CLAUDINE, his Daughter
LOTHAIR, a Young Peasant
RAVINA
RIBER, a Robber
GOLOTZ, a Second Robber
ZINGRA, a Third Robber

Mr. PETER BALDWIN
Mr. JOE GLADWIN
Mr. DAVID POWELL
Mr. DAVID ROBINSON
Mrs. GABRIELLE SPEAIGHT
Mr. ANTHONY SPEAIGHT
Miss CATHERINE HAILL
Mr. ROBERT POULTER
Mr. LAURIE WEBB
Mr. BARRY POINTON

 

S O N G S    O F    T H E    C I D E R    C E L L A R S

by Mr. CHARLTON   (The Ratcatcher’s Son)

 

The Doors to Open at Half-past Six. The curtain to rise at Seven o’clock sharp.

 

V I V A T    R E G I N A .

And Heaven Help the Enterprise!