Corrie, J., 18 Apr. 1842 -23 Apr. 1842, London

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Event Type

Dramatic

Event Details

Troupe: Corrie, J.
Troupe: Strand Theatre Troupe (1842) (
  • only member known to have been directly involved in performances of race listed.
  • listed members may not have participated in each production
  • )
    Venue Type: Theatre
    Location: London
    County: London (city-county)
    Type: Dramatic
    Venue: Strand Theatre
    Date: 18 April 1842-23 April 1842
    Date notes: Monday and during the week

    Event Program

    Title Performed Person / Troupe Notes Type
    Othello! According to Act of Parliament Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.

    Includes songs listed below

    Casting:

  • Duke of Venice – Mr. Romer
  • Brabantio – Mr. A. Younge
  • Othello – Mr. Corrie
  • Iago – Mr. H. Hall
  • Roderigo – Mr. Attwood
  • Cassio – Mr. J.W. Collier
  • Ludovico – Mr. Henry
  • Montano – Mr. Cockerill
  • Police – Mess. Sanders & Butler
  • Desdemona – Miss Ellen Daly;
  • Emilia – Mrs. Fosbroke
  • Burletta, Burlesque
    Will You Go to the Senate? Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.

    Air…Will you come to the Bower

    with Cockerill

    Duet, Parody
    Tho him fader now in sorrow Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.

    Air…Though you leave me

    with Younge

    Duet, Parody
    Potent, Grave and Reverend Sirs Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.

    Air... Yankee Doodle

    Song, Parody
    I'll tell you why I loved the Black Ellen Daly/ Strand Theatre Troupe (1842)

    Air…Soldier Laddie

    Song, Parody
    Oh much him wonder Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.

    Air…The Girl I left behind me

    Song, Parody
    Tell him what de row Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.

    Air…Low and Whiskey

    Song, Parody
    Dearest Othello Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.

    Air…Love’s Ritornello

    with Miss Daly

    Duet, Parody
    Oh! Beware! This love Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.

    Air…Oh! ‘tis love

    Song, Parody
    S'pose dis ting you hab not tell Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.

    Air…Billy Taylor

    Song, Parody
    Gypsey woman whose name was Powell, A Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.

    Air…Tyrolean

    with Miss Daly

    Duet, Parody
    De cause, de cause Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.

    Air…The King of the Cannibal Islands

    Song, Parody
    Conquest of Cupid! Or, Lucre Against Love Strand Theatre Troupe (1842)

    contains the songs listed below.

    Casting:

  • Jove – Mr. F. Montague;
  • Bacchus, Harry – Mr. J.W. Collier;
  • Mercury – Mr. Cockerill;
  • Momus – Mr. Attwood;
  • Prophet – Mr. Romer;
  • Plutus – Mr. A. Younge;
  • Cupid – Miss Ellen Daly;
  • Diana – Miss Scott;
  • Atropos – Mrs. C. Melville;
  • Bellona – Mrs. Fosbroke;
  • Colin – Mr. Butler;
  • La Fleur – Mr. Henry;
  • Larry – Mr. H. Hall;
  • Phoebe – Miss Collett;
  • Creoline – Miss Cooke;
  • Rose – Miss Yarnold;
  • Annette – Mrs. Naylor;
  • Jenny – Miss Nicholls;
  • Mary – Miss A. Lee;
  • Lucy – Miss Hicks;
  • Peggy – Miss O’Neill;
  • Burletta
    All is true that I aver Strand Theatre Troupe (1842) Indian Melody, Solo & Chorus
    Whitey Brown Courtship Miss Cooke/ H. Hall/ Strand Theatre Troupe (1842)

    Creoline & Larry

    Duet, American

    Bibliographic Sources

    • British Library, BL Mic. C. 13137 Playbills 362: April 18, 1842 (Strand)
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Performers Listed: Othello: Othello - “Mr. Corrie”; Cupid: “Creoline…Miss Cooke”, “Larry…Mr. H. Hall” (see attached document scan for remainder of casts)
      • Days & Times: “Monday, April 18th, 1842, and during the Week”
      • Venue Name: “New Strand Theatre”
      • Other Acts on Bill: “an entirely New Burletta … called Robert Burns” (1st on bill); “the New Interlude…entitled The New Footman” (2nd);
      • Program Info: “the popular Burlesque Burletta, of Othello! According to Act of Parliament” (3rd). Also includes full listing of parodies to be included within the piece (see attached document scan). A “Burletta, written by Leman Rede, entitled The Conquest of Cupid! Or, Lucre Against Love” – which includes the following songs: “Solo and Chorus.. ‘All is true that I aver.’ Indian Melody” and “Duet, Creoline and Larry.. Whitey Brown Courtship,’… American Melodies” (4th)
      • Other:
        performance time,
        ticket info,
        other (surrounding events at venue, mention of Othello’s past success, etc.)
    • British Library, BL Mic. C. 13137 Playbills 362: April 18, 1842 (Strand)
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Performers Listed: Othello: Othello - “Mr. Corrie”; Cupid: “Creoline…Miss Cooke”, “Larry…Mr. H. Hall” (see attached document scan for remainder of casts)
      • Days & Times: “Monday, April 18th, 1842, and during the Week”
      • Venue Name: “New Strand Theatre”
      • Other Acts on Bill: “an entirely New Burletta … called Robert Burns” (1st on bill); “the New Interlude…entitled The New Footman” (2nd);
      • Program Info: “the popular Burlesque Burletta, of Othello! According to Act of Parliament” (3rd). Also includes full listing of parodies to be included within the piece (see attached document scan). A “Burletta, written by Leman Rede, entitled The Conquest of Cupid! Or, Lucre Against Love” – which includes the following songs: “Solo and Chorus.. ‘All is true that I aver.’ Indian Melody” and “Duet, Creoline and Larry.. Whitey Brown Courtship,’… American Melodies” (4th)
      • Other:
        performance time,
        ticket info,
        other (surrounding events at venue, mention of Othello’s past success, etc.)