Corrie, J., 22 Sep. 1845 -22 Sep. 1845, Lancashire

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Event Type

Dramatic

Event Details

Troupe: Corrie, J.
Venue Type: Theatre
Location: Liverpool
County: Lancashire
Type: Dramatic
Venue: Royal Liver Theatre
Date: 22 September 1845-22 September 1845
Date notes: Monday evening

Event Program

Title Performed Person / Troupe Notes Type
Othello Travestie Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.

Includes several songs (listed)

Casting:

  • Duke of Venice – Mr. Henry
  • Brabantio – Mr. J. Ryan
  • Othello – Mr. Corrie
  • Iago – Mr. O’Donnell
  • Roderigo – Mr. T. Hughes
  • Cassio – Mr. Glydon
  • Ludovico – Mr. Humerston
  • Montano – Mr. Collier
  • Policeman – Mr. W. B. Ryan
  • Desdemona – Mrs. H. P. Grattan
  • Emilia – Mrs. Barrowcliffe
  • Ghost of Desdemona - Mr. George
  • Play, Burlesque
    Will You Go to the Senate? Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.


    with Mr. Glydon

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


    with Mr. J. Ryan

    Duet
    Potent, Grave and Reverend Sirs Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J. Song
    I'll tell you why I loved the Black Corrie, J. Song
    Oh much him wonder Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J. Song
    Tell him what de row Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J. Song
    Dearest Othello Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.


    with Mrs. H.P. Grattan

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


    with E. O'Donnell

    Song
    S'pose dis ting you hab not tell Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J. Song
    Gypsey woman whose name was Powell, A Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.


    with Mrs. H.P. Grattan

    Duet
    De cause, de cause Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J. Song
    Good people all Mr. J. Corrie/ Corrie, J.


    with Mrs. H.P. Grattan & Messrs. Henry & E. O'Donnell

    Finale

    Bibliographic Sources

    • British Library, BL Mic. C. 13137 Playbills 245: September 22, 1845 (Liver)
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Performers Listed: “Othello…Mr. Corrie”, for remainder of cast, see attached document scan
      • Days & Times: “This Evening, Monday, September 22” (’45 written in)
      • Venue Name: “Theatre-Royal, Church Street”
      • Other Acts on Bill: “the Opera of Love in a Village” (1st on bill); “A New Grand Pas Seul, ‘De La Vivandiere,’ by Mr. Arthur Webster”; “the admirable Farce of Polkamania” (2nd)
      • Program Info: “To conclude with, for the first time these five years, a Burlesque, called Othello Travestie.” For specific songs included, see attached document scan.
      • Other:
        performance time,
        ticket info
    • British Library, BL Mic. C. 13137 Playbills 245: September 22, 1845 (Liver)
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Performers Listed: “Othello…Mr. Corrie”, for remainder of cast, see attached document scan
      • Days & Times: “This Evening, Monday, September 22” (’45 written in)
      • Venue Name: “Theatre-Royal, Church Street”
      • Other Acts on Bill: “the Opera of Love in a Village” (1st on bill); “A New Grand Pas Seul, ‘De La Vivandiere,’ by Mr. Arthur Webster”; “the admirable Farce of Polkamania” (2nd)
      • Program Info: “To conclude with, for the first time these five years, a Burlesque, called Othello Travestie.” For specific songs included, see attached document scan.
      • Other:
        performance time,
        ticket info
    • Era (London) September 28, 1845: 5:4.
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Performers Listed: “Mr. J. Corrie”
      • Venue Name: “the Royal Liver”
      • Program Info: “Othello Travestie”
      • Other:
        reception