Yankee Notes Troupe (London-Adelphi, 43), 16 Jan. 1843 -21 Jan. 1843, London

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Event Type

Dramatic

Event Details

Troupe: Yankee Notes Troupe (London-Adelphi, 43) (

Only those directly involved in performances of race listed.

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Troupe: Jim Crow Rice
Venue Type: Theatre
Location: London
County: London (city-county)
Type: Dramatic
Venue: Adelphi Theatre
Date: 16 January 1843-21 January 1843
Date notes:

Event Program

Title Performed Person / Troupe Notes Type
Yankee Notes! For English Circulation Thomas Darmouth Rice/ Miss Mott/ Yankee Notes Troupe (London-Adelphi, 43)Jim Crow Rice

As part of the farce, Rice “will introduce His Popular Negro Melodies”.

Casting:

  • Bilberry Wad – Wilkinson
  • Timothy Pippin (alias Silas Solomon Sprawl) – Wright
  • Dowhiggin – Maynard
  • Silas Jun. – Sanders
  • Julius Caesar Washington Hickory Dick (a "Nigger Help") – Rice
  • Emma Wad – Miss Chaplin
  • Dorothy Duck – Mrs. H. Beverly
  • Miss ZipCoon (a Mulatto Help) – Miss Mott
  • Play, Farce

    Bibliographic Sources

    • University of Bristol, Theatre Collection Playbill (Adelphi) - January 16, 1843
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Performers Listed: “Mr. Rice, Old Jim Crow!” “Miss ZipCoon (a Mulatto Help) Miss Mott.” For remainder of cast, see attached document scan.
      • Days & Times: “Monday, January 16, 1843, & During the Week”
      • Venue Name: “Theatre Royal, Adelphi”
      • Other Acts on Bill: “an Original Melo-Drama…called The Pride of Birth” (1st on bill), “the highly popular Entertainment, called Larry Hoolagan Or, More Blunders Than One” (3rd).
      • Program Info: “a New Farce, written by E. Stirling, Esq., called Yankee Notes! For English Circulation.” As part of the farce, Rice “will introduce His Popular Negro Melodies” (2nd). Also, (other race-related): a “Pantomime, called The Children in the Wood Or, Harlequin Nobody!” (contains sections pertaining to India & China; 4th)
      • Other:
        performance time,
        ticket info,
        imagery (graphic – play title),
        other (suggestion of past performances by Rice, venue staff)
    • University of Bristol, Theatre Collection Playbill (Adelphi) - January 16, 1843
      Info in Record:
      • Performance Type:
        Dramatic
      • Performers Listed: “Mr. Rice, Old Jim Crow!” “Miss ZipCoon (a Mulatto Help) Miss Mott.” For remainder of cast, see attached document scan.
      • Days & Times: “Monday, January 16, 1843, & During the Week”
      • Venue Name: “Theatre Royal, Adelphi”
      • Other Acts on Bill: “an Original Melo-Drama…called The Pride of Birth” (1st on bill), “the highly popular Entertainment, called Larry Hoolagan Or, More Blunders Than One” (3rd).
      • Program Info: “a New Farce, written by E. Stirling, Esq., called Yankee Notes! For English Circulation.” As part of the farce, Rice “will introduce His Popular Negro Melodies” (2nd). Also, (other race-related): a “Pantomime, called The Children in the Wood Or, Harlequin Nobody!” (contains sections pertaining to India & China; 4th)
      • Other:
        performance time,
        ticket info,
        imagery (graphic – play title),
        other (suggestion of past performances by Rice, venue staff)