Perkins, Charles, 7 Mar. 1842 -7 Mar. 1842, Bristol

Event

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Event Type

Dramatic

Event Details

Venue Type: Theatre
Location: Bristol
County: Bristol (city-county) in Gloucestershire
Type: Dramatic
Venue: Theatre Royal, Bristol
Date: 7 March 1842-7 March 1842
Date notes: Monday

Event Program

Title Performed Person / Troupe Notes Type
Othello Charles Perkins/ Perkins, Charles


Casting:

  • Duke - Mulford
  • Gratiano - Kimber
  • Ludovico - J. Young
  • Othello - Charles Perkins
  • Cassio - Green
  • Roderigo - W.H. Angel
  • Iago - James Bennett
  • Montano - Frazer
  • Brabantio - Harrington
  • Giovanni - Young
  • Lucca - Corri
  • Paolo - Redfern
  • Messenger - Lodge
  • Desdemona - Miss E. Marie Duret
  • Emilia - Mrs. M'Cready
  • Play

    Bibliographic Sources

    • Bristol Mirror March 12, 1842: Referenced in University of Bristol, Barker Collection.
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Performers Listed: “Mr. Perkins” (Othello), “Mr. Bennett” (Iago), “Mr. Angel” (Roderigo), “Mrs. Macready” (Emilia),
      • Days & Times: “this week” (past) – seems to have been Monday?
      • Venue Name: Theatre Royal
      • Other Acts on Bill: “The Widow’s Victim” (after-piece)
      • Program Info: “Othello” (1st on bill)
      • Other:
        description/review,
        other (surrounding events at venue)
    • University of Bristol, Kathleen Barker Collection KB/8: Entry for March 7, 1842: .
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Performers Listed: Mulford (Duke), Kimber (Gratiano), J. Young (Ludovico), Charles Perkins (Othello), Green (Cassio), W.H. Angel (Roderigo), James Bennett (Iago), Frazer (Montano), Harrington (Brabantio), Young (Giovanni), Corri (Lucca), Redfern (Paolo), Lodge (Messenger), Miss E. Marie Duret (Desdemona), Mrs. M’Cready (Emilia)
      • Days & Times: Monday, March 7, 1842
      • Venue Name: Theatre Royal
      • Other Acts on Bill: a “favourite Song” (2nd on Bill), an “Admired Song” (3rd), “The Highland Fling” (4th), “The Widow’s Victim” (5th)
      • Program Info: Othello (1st)