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Joan of Arc. Libretto. English

Joan of Arc. Libretto. English

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Summary

principally founded on Southey's popular poem ; the whole of the music by M.W. Balfe ; the poetry by Edward Fitzball ; the new scenery painted by Mr. Grieve, Mr. T. Grieve, Mr. W. Grieve ; the costumes by Mr. Palmer, Mrs. Benton, and assistants ; the machinery by Mr. Nall ; the properties and decorations by Mr. Blamire ; represented, for the first time, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, on Thursday, November 30, 1837. (statement of responsibility)
U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Price: ten-pence--title page; terms of availability--p. 3; imprint repeated--p. [1] at end.
Dramatis Personae: CHARLES VII. Mr. Baker -- COUNT DUNOIS. Mr. Templeton -- BEAUVAIS. Mr. Anderson -- THEODORE. Mr. M.W. Balfe -- BAUDRICOURT. Mr. F. Cooke -- JOHN OF LUXEMBOURG. Mr. Howell -- RENAUD. Mr. Giubilei -- BADET. Mr. E. Seguin -- BERTRAND. Mr. Hughes -- XANTRILLES. Mr. King -- PICARDY. Mr. Honner -- CORPORAL TWIST. Mr. S. Jones -- VENDOME. Mr. Mears -- JOAN OF ARC. Miss Romer -- AGNES SOREL. Mrs. Anderson -- ST. CATHERINE. Miss Forde -- MADELON. Miss Poole--p. 3.
Performance: London, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 1837. (venue)

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Date

01/01/1837
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Location

england
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Source

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