Yale Center for British Art
Creator:
New Theatre Royal (Bristol, England)

Title:
[Playbill for performances by William Henry Pennington in Hamlet, Othello, and Macbeth, at the New Theatre Royal, Bristol, March 12-14, 1877].
Alternate Title(s):
At head of title: New Theatre Royal, Bristol, Park Row, manager, James Henry Chute
Published/Created:
[Bristol, England] : Printed at the Bristol Mercury and Daily Post Offices, Broad Street, [1877]

Physical Description:
1 sheet ([1] page) ; 76 x 25 cm
Collection:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Credit Line:
Yale Center for British Art, Gift of Neale Albert, Yale JD 1961, and Margaret Albert.
Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Books
Notes:
Cast list for Hamlet: Mr. W.H. Pennington (Hamlet); Mr. Arnold (Claudius); Mr. J.H. Slater (Ghost of Hamlet's father); Mr. Harcourt (Laertes); Mr. Edgar Smart (Rosencrantz); Mr. Smith (Guildenstern); Mr. Lancaster (Marcellus); Mr. Quick (Bernardo); Mr. Osgood (Horatio); Mr. Percy (Francisco); Mr. Brooke (priest); Mr. Julian Cross (Polonius); Mr. Russell Craufurd (First actor); Mr. Percy (Second actor); Messrs. Fosbrooke and Craufurd (Gravediggers); Miss R. Phillips (Osric); Miss Armytage (Actress); Mrs. Bickerstaff (Gertrude); Miss Fanny Pitt (Ophelia).
Subject Terms:
New Theatre Royal (Bristol, England) | Chute, James Henry, -1878. | Craufurd, Russell. | Cross, Julian, 1851- | Fosbrooke, William, 1835-1898. | Harcourt, W. F. | Mathews, Charles, 1803-1878. | Pennington, William Henry, 1933-1923. | Percy, Arthur (Actor) | Pitt, Fanny. | Slater, J. H. (Actor) | Smart, Alfred (Actor) | Smart, Edgar (Actor) | Stanhope, Louise. | Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Hamlet -- Stage history. | Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Macbeth -- Stage history. | Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Othello -- Stage history. | Actors -- Great Britain. | Theater -- Great Britain. | Pantomime -- Great Britain. | Bristol Mercury and Daily Post Office -- Printer.
Form/Genre:
Playbills. | Broadsides.
Contributors:
Gladstone, W. E. (William Ewart), 1809-1898. | Collection of Margaret and Neale Albert (Yale Center for British Art)