Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)MS110/4
TitleUntitled Variety Performance
Extent1 item
Datelate 19th cent
DescriptionProgramme for untitled variety performance listing thirteen acts including the new ballet, 'Antiope' in five tableaux.

Performed at the Alhambra Theatre of Varieties, Leicester Square, London: 'Antiope' invented and arranged by Signor E. Casati; the music specially composed by Monsieur G. Jacobi; costumes from the designs of Wilhelm by Monsieur and Mme Alias; scenery by T. E. Ryan; wigs by Clarkson; properties by W. Garrett; machinery by F. Fox; limelight effects by W. Stone; ancient trumpets and bell tubes by Mahillon and Co;
the last scene of 'Enchantment' invented and arranged by E. Casati; music specially composed by G. Jacobi; costumes from the designs of L. Besche by Monsieur and Mdme Alias; scenery by Julian Hicks and Henry Watkin; properties by W. Garrett; wigs by Clarkson; machinery by F. Fox; limelight effects by W. Stone; gas engineer J. White.

Casts: Rezene and Robini, Miss Billie Barlow, Herbert Campbell, The Delapierres, Vesta Tilley, Signorina Bessone, Mlle Cossio, Mlle Cormani, Mme Roffey, Mlle Marie, Bellonini, Mlle Vanoni, The Marvellous Craggs, James Fawn, Mlle De Lorenzi, Miss M. Thurgate.
Access StatusOpen
Custodial HistoryFormerly numbered 6025 in the Theatre Collection.


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