Theatre Notebook Index: vols 41-64 (C)

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Cabana(e)l, Mr 52 139, 52 140, 58 80
cabaret 54 180, 55 130
Caernarfon Record Office, Gwynedd 58 167
Caesar in Aegypt (Cibber) 45 24
Caesar Borgia, Son of Pope Alexander VI (Lee) 47 151, 47 152
Cage, John 59 171
Caigniez, Louis Charles, Jugement de Salomon, Le 43 57­67
Caine, Hall, Eternal City, The 64 33
Caird, John 41 105­6, 54 178
Cairncross, Andrew 63 73­4, 63 76
Cairns, Adrian, The Making of the Professional Actor 51 174­5
Caius Marius, The History and Fall of (Otway) 47 151, 62 5
Calcott, Maureen, Diaries of Ruth Dodds (1905-74) 50 180
Calcraft, Captain Granby Hales 54 146, 54 150­1
Calcutta Theatre 61 66­7, 61 70, 61 72
Calcutta theatricals 61 62­76, 62 121
Calderon, George 56 10­12, 61 174
Calendar of English Renaissance Drama, 1558-1642 (Kawachi) 42 83­6
Calhaem, Stanislaus 50 82
Caligula 51 43
Calion, Peter Du 57 21
Calisto (Crowne) 47 71, 62 14
Call it a Day 58 101
Callcott, Alfred and William 48 116
Callot, Jacques 47 128, 47 131, 47 132­4
Calthrop, G.E. 56 22
Calthrop, Gladys 50 117, 50 177, 59 171
Calvert, Adelaide 50 84, 50 86, 50 88
Calvert, Charles 42 99, 61 35­9
Calvert, Louis 54 167
Calvert, Phyllis 57 166
Calypso (opera) 52 154­5
Cambridge 58 61
    Arts Theatre 45 30, 63 180
    Barnwell Theatre 53 26
    Burney playbills 57 137, 57 139
    Doggett at 51 147­65
    Festival Theatre 44 79, 47 168, 51 92­111
    jugglers 57 92
    New Theatre 44 74
    Records of Early English Drama 44 139­42
    Theatre Company 57 32
Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature, Vol.3 47 48
Cambridge Companion to
    Beckett (Pilling) 49 59
    Brecht (Thomson and Sacks) 49 59
    Modern British Theatre (Shepherd) 64 181­2
    Shakespeare Studies (Wells) 42 92­3
Cambridge, Duke of 63 156
Cambridge Guide to
    the Theatre, The (Banham) 48 60
    World Theatre, The (Banham) 44 41­4
Cambridge History of Twentieth-Century English Literature 59 118
Cambridge Introduction to Modern British Theatre (Shepherd) 64 181­2
Cambridge University
    Amateur Dramatic Club 49 50, 49 51
    European Theatre Group 48 52, 49 51
Cambridgeshire
    Archive additions 2009  63 180
    playbills 57 137
Cambyses (Settle) 47 25­7, 60 90
Cameron, Alasdair, Scottish Popular Theatre and Entertainment 50 180
Cameron, Christian 64 87, 64 92
Cameron Mackintosh Productions 57 32
Camilla (Kremberg) 42 28, 62 9, 62 17­18
Cammyralzyman role 45 40­1
Campbell, Brian, No Distant Heroes 56 180
Campbell, Herbert 53 69
Campbell, Lieutenant-Colonel 62 121
Campbell, Miss (actress) 54 112
Campbell, Mr (actor) 50 146
Campbell, Mrs Patrick 44 101, 46 48
Campbell, Thomas, on Siddons 63 85
Campden House Theatricals 46 107
Campion, Mrs 51 43
Cana, Robert 48 49
Canada 41 32
    book reviewed 43 36­8
    Martin-Harvey in 54 65
    National Theatre School 53 107
    Vancouver Island 55 80
Candida (Shaw) 64 139­42, 64 143, 64 145
candles 41 90, 47 68, 47 70, 47 72, 64 69­70
Cane, Andrew 56 8, 57 86, 60 130
Cannan, Gilbert 52 48
Canongate Theatre, Edinburgh 60 134
Canterbury
    Love, Emma Sarah 54 149, 54 159
    Music Hall playbills 51 28, 51 37, 51 41
    Signor Plimmeri's Simian Performer 53 118
    Theatre of Varieties 55 102
Canterbury Arms, Lambeth 53 70
Canterbury Guests, The (Ravenscroft) 48 109, 48 110
Canterbury Music Hall, Lambeth 43 20, 55 131, 62 146, 62 147­9, 62 148, 62 160
Capell­Garrick collaboration 54 177
capitalism 64 96, 64 99, 64 102­3
Caplan, Isador 55 51
Caple, John 60 156, 60 158­60, 60 162
Captain Brassbound's Conversion (Shaw) 50 114, 57 23, 59 140, 64 143­4, 64 146­7
Captives, The (Gay) 46 162, 46 163
Caputi, Anthony 45 122, 45 124, 45 129
Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da 45 128­9
Caravan (Hamilton) 49 99, 49 102
Carbonelli, Giovanni 45 23
Cardiff 58 91
    Empire Theatre 49 28, 49 30, 49 177
    programmes 56 19
    waxworks and marionettes 48 27, 48 30
Cardiff Bay Opera House Trust 54 62
Cardinal, The (Shirley) 46 80, 55 115, 56 107
Careless Husband, The (Cibber) 46 158, 47 119, 57 3, 57 5­8
    at Drury Lane 49 14, 49 16, 49 19
Careless Lovers, The (Ravenscroft) 47 149
Careless Rapture (Novello) 58 103
Caretaker, The 44 90­3
Carew, John 51 76­8
Carew, Richard 46 15­26
Carey's plays 49 20, 49 21, 49 22, 51 51, 58 26
Carey, Clive 63 45­6, 63 48
Carey, Edmund see Kean, Edmund
Carey, George see Hunsdon, Lord
Carey, Henry 50 32
Carey, John see Carew, John
Carey, Mrs and family 50 32, 50 34, 50 35, 50 36
Carey's Men 58 52
Caricature Theatre Cymru, archive papers 63 183
Carina (Bowyer) 63 25, 63 27, 63 28
Carl Rosa Opera Company 53 177
Carleton Greene, Hugh see Greene, Hugh Carleton
Carlile, James, Fortune Hunters, The 48 108
Carlile, Richard 58 75
Carlile, Rev. W. 63 166
Carlisle (17c actor) 42 58, 42 59
Carlisle, Carol, 'The Faucit Saville Brothers; or, Theatre and Family' 50 52
Carlyle, Alexander 60 139, 60 142
Carmarthenshire Archive Service 58 167
Carmichael, J.H. 53 75
Carnegie, David see Rosehill, Lord
Carnival, The (Porter) 47 23, 47 26, 47 155
Carnival and Theatre: Plebeian Culture and the Structure of Authority in Renaissance England (Bristol) 41 40­1
Caroline drama 51 113
Carpenters' Hall 46 96, 46 97, 46 98, 53 153
carpentry 41 69
    Bristol grooves 56 173­8, 56 174, 56 176­7
    stage doors 56 139
Carr, Dorothy 60 177
Carr, J. Comyns 46 62
Carr, Osmond, His Majesty 55 149
Carroll, Lewis 60 63­5
Carson, Charles L. 41 121, 41 123
Carson, Kittie 41 119­22
Carson, Neil, A Companion to Henslowe's Diary 43 85­6
Carson, Violet Godfrey, From Portable Days 46 168, 46 170
Carte see D'Oyly Carte
Carter, Jack 54 28
Carter, Sheila, archive papers 64 178
Cartier, Rudolf, archive papers 63 182
Cartlidge, Katrin 60 179
Cartoon Archetypical Slogan Theatre (C.A.S.T.) 64 96­111
Cartwright, William 41 141, 49 66, 49 67, 59 14
Carver, Robert 56 157
Cary, Henry, Marriage Night, The 47 25
Caryl, John
    English Princess, The 47 25
    Sir Salomon 47 25, 61 15
Caryll, Ivan
    La Cigale 64 38, 64 39
    Shop Girl, The 64 30
Case is Altered, The (Jonson) 50 127­8
Case, Sue-Ellen 50 64
Caserta, Palace Opera House 57 25, 57 35
Casse, Clara 42 106
Casse, Robert 55 3
Cassidy, C.W. 63 136
Casson, Ann 48 133
Casson, John 55 160
Casson, Lewis 46 95, 53 49, 53 51
C.A.S.T. see Cartoon Archetypical Slogan Theatre
Caste (Robertson) 62 80
Casting Shakespeare's Plays: London Actors and their Roles, 1590-1642 (King) 47 58­9
castings
    London 1696-1737  51 42­54
    playhouse 'plots' 56 140
Castle (actor) 51 45
Castle of Perseverance, The 41 92
Castle Spectre, The; or, Osmond the Tyrant (Lewis) 60 39­41
Castle, Terry, Noel Coward and Radclyffe Hall, Kindred Spirits 51 177­8
Castle Theatre
    Farnham, Surrey 55 161, 62 169
    Wellingborough 59 167
Castleman, Richard 45 16­30
Castles, Elizabeth 45 19
castrati 62 37, 62 39, 62 47, 62 51­3
Catalini, Madame 44 16
Catalogue of strolling companies, A: the ongoing theatre in Newbury, Berkshire (Ranger) 45 50
cataloguing 59 146­54
Cathcart, James 55 82, 61 79, 61 84­7, 61 85, 61 87
Catherine Howard (Suter) 59 75, 59 87
Catherine and Petruchio (Garrick) 50 25
Catherine, Queen 47 68
Catholic Standard 45 33
Catiline his Conspiracy (Jonson) 47 64, 47 65, 56 107, 59 6
Cato 58 5
Cattani, Joseph 45 26
Catton, Charles the Younger 56 157
Caute, David 64 96, 64 99
Cavanagh, John, Theatre Costume, Masks, Make-up and Wigs: a Bibliography and Iconography 55 103
Cave of Harmony (cabaret) 55 130
Cave, Richard
    (R) 46 112­14
    on Terence Gray 51 92, 51 93
Cave, Robin, on Tower Theatre Company 63 56­7
Cavendish, Ada 48 157
Cavendish, William, Triumphant Widow, The 47 149, 62 67, 62 72
CD-ROMs of The Era 52 49­50, 55 55­6
Cecil, Arthur 58 158
ceiling paintings 50 51
ceiling systems (sliding) 62 155­7
Celebration. Empire Theatre, Middlesborough, 1897-1987 (Woodhouse) 43 32
celebrity see star system
Celeste, Madame 60 164
cellars, Moor Street Adelphi 63 137­8
Celtic culture 51 97, 51 98
Celtic jugglers 44 2­10, 44 5, 44 8
Cemaes Bay Dramatic Society, Anglesey 54 63
C.E.M.A. 58 93
censorship 41 74­9, 58 35, 59 102­5, 59 106
    actors' prosecutions 61 140
    book reviewed 55 102­3
    Cambridge Festival Theatre 51 95
    Caroline drama 51 113
    Charles II 42 109­17
    Dibdin Pitt 53 41­7
    Donne and the Windsor Theatricals 55 37­47
    Elizabethan and Jacobean 45 147­9
    Jack Sheppard plays 54 120
    Royal Court Theatre 64 160­73
    St. Paul's playhouse 55 124­5, 55 127
    Shaw's plays 54 163, 54 166
Centenarian, The (Denyer) 62 106, 62 107­20
Centlivre, Susanna 46 114, 46 115, 58 5
    Busy Body, The 60 95
Centour, Mr and Mrs 58 4
Central America 55 80
central openings 55 115, 60 5
    see also stage doors
Centre International de Recherche Théâtrale 59 176
Century Theatre, Keswick 57 160
Ceres in medieval art 48 90, 48 91, 48 93­6
Chadbon, Tom, archive papers 63 182
Chadwick, James Pascal 61 35, 61 37
Chadwick, Mrs (actress) 61 35­7
Chains (Baker) 47 177
Chalk (Chock), Dennis 51 159
'chamber' 60 6
Chamberlain, Lord see Lord Chamberlain
Chamberlain, Colonel Neville 62 81
Chamberlain's Men 50 122, 50 123, 50 128, 50 130, 50 132, 53 163, 53 168, 58 57
    actors' names as evidence 63 74­5, 63 76­7
    Henslowe's dealings 55 122
    prompters 56 141
    royal control of 55 5
    Shakespearean theatre 60 8, 60 25
Chambers, C.H., Devil Caresfoot 64 132
Chambers, Colin
    (R) 60 185­6
    The Story of Unity Theatre 46 112­14
Chambers, E.K. 49 132, 56 72
    on book-carriers 46 15, 46 19, 46 22­3
    on mime 46 137, 46 140­1
Chambers, Haddon 46 62
Chambers, Isabella 45 62
Champante and Whittow (publishers) 45 81
Champion, Harry 57 164
Chanan, Noel, archive papers 64 180
Chances, The 41 111
Chandos portratis 62 33, 62 48, 62 58
Change of Crowns, The (Howard) 42 115, 47 23
Change of Scene, A: A Nostalgic Appreciation of Barrow's Theatres and Cinemas (Gibbon) 43 45
Changeling, The (Middleton) 46 79, 46 80
Changing Language of Modern English Drama 1945-2005, The (Dorney) 64 182­3
Channel Islands 53 19, 53 22
Channel Theatre 50 171
Channon, Paul 64 166, 64 168
Chant, Laura 63 165
Chantry, John 47 126­8, 47 127, 47 129­30, 47 134­5, 47 136, 47 138­9
Chaos (of the World) 52 92, 52 97, 52 98­101
Chapin, Harold 48 49
Chaplin, Charlie 56 179
Chaplin, Sid 53 58
Chapman, Don, 'James Bernard Fagan and Chekhov' 56 10­18
Chapman, George 45 153­6
    Blackfriars Theatre 55 125, 55 126
    Bussy d'Ambois 45 126, 45 127, 55 126
    Gentleman Usher, The 46 92, 60 9
    Widow's Tears, The 56 107
Chapman, J.K. 61 101
Chapman Marston, Jonson see Marston, John
Chapman, Mr (actor) 50 143, 51 47
Chapman, Nancy (Anne) 61 100­1
Chapman, Patty (Martha Elizabeth) 61 79, 61 80, 61 81, 61 101­2
Chardin (actor) 51 48
charges, Covent Garden 63 93­4, 63 96­102, 63 110­12, 63 116, 63 119
Charing Cross 47 65
    Folly Theatre 62 151
charity 41 114­28, 60 163
    see also benefits
Charke, Charlotte 59 174
    Narrative of the Life reprint 44 88­90
    puppet theatre 52 92
    theatrical opposition to Handel 58 7­17
Charke, Richard 51 48, 51 49
Charles the First (Wills) 59 133
Charles I Company see King's Men
Charles I, King 61 2­3, 64 124­5
Charles II, King 47 62­5, 47 67­8, 47 70, 47 83, 59 27
    censorship 42 109­17
    Dorset Garden attendance 62 69­70, 62 73
    entertainments 49 91­4
    patents 48 148­51, 48 155
    portraits 49 152, 49 155, 49 157, 49 158, 49 159, 49 163
    see also King's Company
Charles II, or the Merry Monarch 44 58
Charles Macklin as Shylock (Zoffany) 43 3­9, 43 4
Charles VIII of France, The History of (Crowne) 47 141, 47 149
Charles XII, King of Sweden (Planché) 48 166
Charles XII, The King of Sweden, or, The Siege of Stralsund 53 37
Charleton, Charles 43 52, 43 54
Charley's Aunt (Thomas) 62 88, 62 98, 62 111
Charlot, André 45 135­7
Charmouth Folk Dance Group 55 50
Charrington, Charles 60 175, 61 109, 64 130­59, 64 135
Charrington Martin, Nora 60 175
Chase, Mr and Mrs 58 4
Chaste Maid in Cheapside, A (Middleton) 53 14, 54 5­6, 54 14, 56 107
Chatham
    Gaiety Theatre of Varieties 62 169
    Theatre Royal 49 51
Chatwin, Amina 57 166
Cheater Cheated, The (droll) 44 120
Cheats of Scapin, The (Otway) 47 150, 48 14, 49 96
Cheats, The (Rich) 42 29
Cheats, The (Wilson) 42 115, 47 23
Checkett, Mr 58 76
Cheek, Malvina 57 166
Cheer, Miss (Margaret) 64 82­95, 64 83, 64 92
Cheeseman, Peter 59 106, 59 108
Chekhov, Anton 58 165
    Cherry Orchard, The 64 38
    Fagan and 56 10­18
    Komisjarvesky 53 96­114
    On the High Road 45 132
    Pitoeff's Uncle Vanya 53 99
    Saint-Denis productions 53 96­115, 53 103
    Seagull, The 53 99, 56 11
    see also Three Sisters, The
Chelmsford 53 19, 58 50
    Theatre Association 63 181
Chelmsford Singers 55 161
Cheltenham
    Arts Council 57 160
    Everyman Theatre 48 53, 50 54, 55 50, 60 177
    Ray, Edward at 56 179
    St. George's Hall 48 19, 48 53
Cherokee Indians 62 45­6, 62 48
Cherrier (dancer) 62 14, 62 16
Cherry, Andrew 43 69
Cherry Bounce (afterpiece) 60 37
Cherry Burton Drama Group 62 168
Cherry Orchard, The (Chekhov) 53 96, 53 106­15, 64 38
    BBC televisation 53 112
    Fagan 56 10­16
    Saint-Denis 53 103, 53 106­15
    Stanislavsky's 53 99
Cheshire and Chester Archives 63 180
Cheshire County Hall Amateur Dramatic Society 55 161
Cheshire, David F. 59 56, 59 113
    (R) 53 177­8
Chesley, Brent 42 79
Chester
    alabaster carvings 48 96
    Archive additions 2009  63 180
    Arts and Recreation Trust 51 56
    Gateway Theatre 62 168
    medieval cycle 47 42­7, 47 43­4
    Mystery Plays 44 93­5, 46 25
    Royalty Theatre 49 51, 50 54
Chester, Charlie 53 178
Chester, Eliza 54 148
Chesterfield Amateur Theatre Federation 64 176
Chesterton, G.K. 57 11
Chevalier, Albert 56 180, 63 27
Chevalier des Singes, Le 53 118
chiaroscuro effects, tableaux vivants 63 164
Chicago, Iroquois Theatre 53 175­6
Chicago Tribune 59 131
Chichester
    1959-89 records 48 53
    Festival Theatre 57 30, 57 55
        papers 57 160
        records 50 54, 52 49, 54 63
        Society 48 53, 55 51
    jugglers 57 90­1
    Love, Emma Sarah at 54 159
    Players records 48 53
Chieftain, The 44 31
Child in Flanders, The (Hamilton) 49 102
Child, John 44 35
child performers
    apprenticeships 63 76­7
    Betty 63 86
    Captain Cook craze 56 163
    at court 56 7
    fit-up companies 54 180
    prompters 56 141
    St. Paul's 54 70­85
    Shakespeare's plays 48 122­37
    Simla A.D.C. 62 98
    Victorian theatre 50 78­96, 50 83, 50 87, 50 91, 62 174
Child of the Theatre (Brunner) 64 116
children
    American civil war 61 95­6
    books for 56 78
        see also turn-ups
    paintings of 45 128­9
    theatre for 60 122­3
Children of Blackfriars 55 124­6, 56 7, 56 141
Children of the Chapel Royal 45 123­4, 55 124­6
Children of His Majesty's Revels 58 58­9, 58 61
Children of the Queen's Revels 55 124­6
Children of the Revels 42 55, 44 119, 44 121, 55 124­6
Children of St. Paul's 44 118, 45 121­31, 54 70­85
    decline 55 124, 55 126
    playwrights on stage 55 114
    prompters 56 141
    stage entrances 55 61
Children and Theatre in Victorian Britain: 'All Work, No Play' (Varty) 62 174
Children's Film & Television Foundation Ltd, archive papers 63 182
Chinese garden 57 126­7, 57 131
Chinese masques 57 119
chintz hangings 61 65­6, 61 67
Chippendale, William 64 174­5
Chirgwin, George H. 53 69
Chock, Dennis see Chalk, Dennis
Choice Spirits' Assembly 55 130­45, 55 133­4
Cholij, Irena 42 96
    'London prompt books for Belphegor and Measure for Measure' 42 57­62
    (R) 50 56­7
Cholmeley, John 44 50, 44 53, 44 54
choreography 53 102, 62 124
    see also dance
Choristers' Association 41 124, 44 32, 44 34­7
choristers of St. Paul's 54 70­85
Chorley Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society 60 177
choruses 44 26­38, 45 39­40
Chothia, Jean, English Drama of the Early Modern Period 1890-1940 52 53­5
Christchurch Dramatic Society 62 169
Christian IV, King of Denmark 44 118­23, 45 123
Christmas Carol, A (Dickens) 43 19
Christoff, Boris 41 100
Christopher Rich of Drury Lane: the Biography of a Theatre Manager (Sawyer) 42 89­90
Christy Minstrels 48 20, 48 27
Chronegk, Ludwig 58 156
Chronic Hystoire of Elydure 43 25
Chronicle of Small Beer, A: The life and times of a Victorian actress (Dolan) 63 186
Chrononhotonthologos (Carey) 49 22, 51 51, 58 26
Chruso-Thriambos 56 8
Chu-Chin-Chow 49 55, 56 21
Church Stretton Arts Festival 58 168
Church and theatre 54 26, 54 71, 54 165­6, 58 132­3
    see also religion
churches 45 84­93
Churchill, Charles 48 13­14
    Rosciad, The 62 36, 62 40, 62 49­50
Churchill, Lady Randolph 45 136
Churchill Theatre Club 64 176
Churchman, Andrew 57 18
Chute, James Henry 63 137
Chute, John Coleman 63 137, 63 139, 63 141
Cibber, Colley 47 170, 49 81, 58 136
    in Aesop 50 138­9, 50 141­2
    Apology 41 74­5, 59 10, 59 16, 59 43, 63 101­2
    apron-stage 47 76
    at Drury Lane 42 23­6, 45 17­30, 49 14­23
    'attitude' 41 86, 41 87­8
    Careless Husband, The 47 119, 57 3, 57 5­8
    censorship 61 140
    Damon and Phillida 49 14, 51 48­9, 51 52
    Double Gallant, The 57 121­2, 57 128
    in Farewel Folly 61 123
    footmen's riots 59 43, 59 52
    as Lord Foppington 42 43­4
    Love's Last Shift 47 119, 59 44
    masques 49 168
    Moratín on 42 38
    politics 58 9, 58 13
    Provoked Husband, The 42 63
    She Wou'd and She Wou'd Not 46 158, 51 43
    Stanley, Sir John and 43 71­8
    Venus and Adonis 49 168, 51 43
    Xerxes 46 155­9
Cibber, Susanna 41 134, 49 75, 49 86­7, 51 48, 52 113
    benefit plays 50 15­28
    Coutts­Smith letters 63 89, 63 90
    salary 64 60
Cibber, Theophilus 45 22, 45 23, 49 76, 50 142, 50 143
    actors' dispute 63 92, 63 121
Cicero
    acting style 45 2, 45 5, 45 7
    on mime 46 136, 46 140
Cifaccio (singer) 47 72, 47 73
Cinderella
    Drury Lane poster 46 107
    marionettes 48 30
    pantomime 63 135, 63 139­40
    turn-up 45 81
Cinderella on Ice 57 29
cinema
    archives 53 57­9, 63 182
    book reviewed 53 119­21
    Bristol 49 115
    Hitchcock and film noirs 53 178
    Newcastle-upon-Tyne 58 92, 58 96, 58 97
    Totnes 44 55, 44 57
    see also film
Cinemas and Theatres of Portsmouth from Old Photographs (Brown) 64 52
Cinematograph Act, 1909  60 176
Cinthia and Endimion (Durfey) 41 70­4
Circe 47 75, 47 92, 51 43
circuit theatres
    Dorchester and Bridport 53 19­40, 53 20, 53 23, 53 27, 53 31­5
    Fisher family 56 71
circuses 58 161­4, 58 163
    bibliography 46 105, 47 54­6
    Birmingham 63 131­8, 63 140, 63 145­6
    Burney playbills 57 139
    Dickens's characters in 47 3­19
    Hamilton Drawings 47 174, 47 175
    Hull 60 149­50, 60 160, 60 162, 60 168­9
    Kenward's programmes 57 29
    'London circus by W.R.' 49 108
    Macclesfield 54 28
    S.T.R. publication 42 136
    Yorkshire 59 80
Cirencester Theatre 48 118
Cirque Napoleon 58 161
'citizen' playhouses 53 168
Citizen Turned Gentleman, The (Ravenscroft) 47 25, 47 149
Citizens' Theatre, Glasgow 53 57, 54 62, 56 180
City Heiress, The (Behn) 47 151, 47 153, 47 154
City Lady, The (Dilke) 41 73
City of London see London
City of London Theatre 52 31, 52 33, 54 102
City Politiques, The (Crowne) 42 110, 48 108
civic theatres 55 107
Civil and Military Gazette 62 83­4
Civil Service Dramatic Society, Edinburgh 60 179
civil wars
    America 61 77­106
    Britain 53 123­4, 59 4, 59 6­7, 60 129­32
Claire de Robilant Research Collection 49 112
Clancarty (Taylor) 64 38
Clancy, Deidre 55 159
Clandestine Marriage, The (Colman Sr.) 42 72, 58 31
Clandestine Marriage, The (Garrick) 56 75
Clandestine Marriage, The (Gogol) 52 165
Clare, Janet, 'Art made tongue-tied by authority' Elizabethan and Jacobean Dramatic Censorship 45 147­9
Clarence Derwent Award 53 109
Clarence, O.B. 56 13, 56 15, 57 18­19, 63 48
Clari (Bishop and Payne) 54 149
Clark, Barbara 57 159
Clark, J.W. 49 50
Clark, William Smith II 60 76, 60 87
Clarke, Hamilton 61 47
Clarke, Jeremiah 41 71, 41 72, 59 32
Clarke, Matthew 43 3
Clarke, Mr (18c. dancer) 45 25
Clarke, Thomas 52 66, 52 67, 52 68
Clarke, William 61 128
Clarkson, Willie 60 100, 60 104
class issues 61 98­9, 61 144
    C.A.S.T. 64 97, 64 99­101, 64 103, 64 105­6
    Savoy tradition 64 115­16
classical influence
    Gray's Shakespeare 51 94
    Victorian actresses 53 178­80
    see also Roman theatre
Claudel, Paul 45 132
Claudian (Wills and Herman) 50 119, 50 120
Clay, Arthur 57 21
Clayton, Caroline 49 53
Clayton, Sir Robert 47 67­8
Clayton, Thomas, Arsinoe, Queen of Cyprus 61 123, 61 124, 62 9
Clayton, William 55 4
Clemart 49 33, 49 35
Clementine, Signior 59 25
Clements, John 58 96, 61 114­15
Cleomenes, the Spartan Hero (Dryden) 47 74, 48 109
Cleone (Dodsley) 48 12, 48 15
Cleveland, Duchess of 47 65, 47 66
Cleveland, K.G. 57 26
Clever Alice (Thomas) 64 136
Clifford, Francis 42 51­6
Clifford, Henry 44 17­20
Clifton Hope Centre 62 171
Clifton, Larry, The Terrible Mr Fitzball 50 60
Climie, David 59 170
Clint, George 45 31, 47 105
Clint, Luke 41 136, 41 137
Clinton, Lord 42 55
Clive, Kitty 50 142, 50 144, 51 49­50
    benefits 50 15­28
    Drury Lane finances 49 75, 49 79
    'Green Room Scuffle' 52 115
    Macklin­Garrick riots 52 9, 52 11­12, 52 14
Clock Theatre, The (Kilsyth) Ltd 64 177
clockwork puppet shows 52 102
closure of theatres 1642  54 133
Clough, Mr 50 144
Clowes, Edward 44 31
clowns 50 123­7, 53 2­7
    entrances 53 10, 54 2­3, 54 10, 55 65
    'Greene's Baboone' 60 72­4
    see also circuses; Tarlton, Richard
clubs 54 180, 59 104
Clun, Walter 49 66, 49 67
Clunes, Alec, archive papers 64 179
Clwyd Theatr Cymru 62 168
coal bills 64 71
Cobbett, William
    on O.P. rites 44 18, 44 19
    Surplus Population and the Poor Law Bill 48 176
Cobbler's Prophesie, The (Wilson) 46 83, 48 95
Cobbold, Lord 59 103, 59 104, 59 105
Cobham, Lord 42 6, 42 7
Cobler of Preston, The 45 19
Coburg Theatre 50 149­50, 52 25, 52 30, 58 80
    Aldridge at 60 30, 60 32­3, 60 42, 61 145, 61 153
    arms on playbills 51 34
    Jack Sheppard plays 54 101
    performance dates 55 101
    see also Victoria Theatre
Cochran, Charles B. 52 48, 56 20, 56 22
Cochrane, Claire
    (R) 44 136­8, 48 120
    research interests 50 118
    The Birmingham Rep: a City's Theatre 1962-2002 58 39­40
Cochrane, Henry James 61 172
cock-fighting 49 92
Cockayne, Sir Aston 52 49
Cockayne, Rosemary 52 49
Cockin, Katharine 45 160
    Collected Letters of Ellen Terry, Volume One, 1865-1888 64 113­15
    'New light on Edith Craig' 45 132­43
Cockpit Theatre, Drury Lane 41 35, 41 69, 42 10­12, 48 149­50
    London Stage, The 1660-1700 47 63, 47 75
    playwrights on stage 55 114­15
    portraits 59 2, 59 4
    Queen's Servants 55 19­20
    Rhodes at 57 84­5
    stage doors 54 21, 55 61­2, 55 63, 55 65­6
    staging resources 56 86, 56 90
    Totus Mundus motto 61 127
    Webb's designs 60 85
Cockpit-in-Court 41 35, 41 69
    see also Cockpit Theatre
Cocktail Party, The 44 90­3
Codron, Michael 53 58
Coelum Britannicum (masque) 62 124
Coffee House Politician, The 51 53
Coffey, Charles 49 13­14, 49 17, 49 19
    see also Devil to Pay, The
Coffey and Mottley (pantomime producers) 45 79
Coghill, Nevill 51 69, 58 46
Coghlan, Charles 42 99
Cohen, Alan 59 165
    'Auditorium tilting floors' 59 165­8
Cohen, Harriet 55 49
Coke, Sir Edward 52 123­4
Coke, Thomas 43 76
Coker (actor) 51 45
Colchester
    Burney playbills 57 138
    Mercury Theatre 57 30, 57 31, 59 170
    Repertory Company 59 169
    strollers at 51 157, 51 161, 51 162
Cold War Theatre (Elsom) 49 58
Colden Common Drama and Music Group, archive papers 63 181
Colden, David 64 86
Coldewey, John C., Contexts for Early English Drama 46 51­2
Cole (actor) 51 49
Cole, J.W. 61 79, 61 103
Cole, Madame Blanche 50 164
Cole, Miss (actress) 51 51
Cole, Stephanie, archive papers 63 183
Coleman's Dr. Hocus Pocus 55 101
Coleman, John 48 157­62, 63 138, 63 140
Coleman Smith, Pamela 45 135, 45 137, 45 139
Coliseum see London Coliseum
Colleano, Con 44 39
Collected Letters of Ellen Terry, Volume One, 1865-1888 (Cockin) 64 113­15
Collecting Theatre Memorabilia (Speaight) 44 128­32
Colleen Bawn, The (marionette play) 48 28­9
Collett, John 62 23
Collette, Charles 63 20­37, 63 22, 63 28
Collette, Mary Effie 63 21
Collick, John 51 100
Collier, George, Death of Captain Cook, The 56 165­70, 56 166, 56 169
Collier, Jeremy
    actors' prosecutions 61 134, 61 139
    Short View of the Immorality and Profaneness of the English Stage 57 5­7, 59 26­7, 59 32­4, 59 39
Collier, Joseph Whitfield 47 49
Collier, J.P. 43 85
Collier, Patience 53 107
Collier, William 43 72, 43 73
Collins, David 51 128, 51 129, 51 136, 51 141
Collins, Edward 44 51
Collins family of Glasgow 51 178
Collins, Freda 60 180
Collins, John 44 11
Collins, Laurence, Theatre at War 1914-18 52 176
Collins, Margaret 59 119
Collins, Wilkie 46 107, 50 154­5
Colman, George the Elder 43 5, 43 7, 45 79­80
    Clandestine Marriage, The 42 72, 58 31
    Virgin Unmasked, The 49 13, 49 18, 51 130, 56 75
    Wynnstay theatricals 58 18, 58 20, 58 31, 58 33
Colman, George the Younger 45 81, 58 18, 58 20, 58 33, 59 64, 59 135
    1816 autograph list 46 107
    book reviewed 44 134­5
    as censor 44 69
    Covent Garden consortium 64 25, 64 63
    John Bull 43 66
    Poor Gentleman, The 51 166­8, 51 167
    see also titles of works
Colombo, Giovanni 58 141
Colonel Othello V.C. (Fraser) 62 87, 62 91, 62 110
colonial America 64 82­95
Colosseum, Regent's Park 47 162
colour reproductions in Theatre Notebook 62 2­3
coloured playbills 51 26­41
Colum, Padraic 58 166, 60 179
Colvill, William 64 14
Come in Hilda Muggins (C.A.S.T.) 64 103, 64 109­10
Come Together festival 64 102­3
Comédie Française 56 125­31, 59 41, 61 51
Comédie Italienne 59 41
Comédiens de Paris 58 92
comedy
    acting styles 41 83, 41 85
    Bath Company 47 173
    book reviewed 47 117­20
    Collette in 63 21, 63 23­5
    Scottish comedians 53 74­95
Comedy of Errors, The (Shakespeare) 56 106, 60 16, 61 128, 61 129, 63 9­10
comic operas 54 148, 63 25
Comical History of Don Quixote see Don Quixote...
Comical Revenge, The (Etherege) 41 109, 47 25, 47 26
command performances 57 140
commedia dell'arte
    'attitudes' 41 85
    book reviewed 43 94­5, 48 175
    dancers 49 166
commercial theatre 56 125
Commical Lovers, The (Cibber) 49 14, 49 23
Commissary, The (Foote) 42 66
Committee, The (Howard) 47 23, 47 26, 47 73, 49 14, 49 16, 49 17, 49 18, 49 23
Common Feature Films 59 170
'common price' seats 62 66, 62 67­8, 62 71­2
Common-Pleas Court 61 133
Commoners Morris Dancers 60 178
Commonwealth of Women, A (D'Urfey) 48 108
community theatre 48 120, 58 49
Community Theatre, Croydon 55 50
Compagnie des Quinze, France 53 97­114, 60 45
Companies Acts 54 39
Companion to Henslowe's Diary, A (Carson) 43 85­6
Company of Comedians, Blackfriars see King's Men
Company of Crown Players, London 52 49
company members' 'lines of business' 59 71­3
company rules, Covent Garden 63 93, 63 96, 63 106­9, 63 112, 63 117, 63 119­20
Compass Players 44 95
complimentary tickets 45 21­2
Compton, Fay 58 101
Compton, Sir William 60 132
computer analysis
    1661-72 staging 47 20­9
    1671-82 staging 47 141­56
    1682-94 staging 48 103­15
    Théâtre du Marais 53 127­45, 55 24­5
computerisation of Theatre Notebook records 44 81
'Comus Court' 55 130­45, 55 133­4, 55 138
Comus (Dalton and Arne) 49 18
Comus (Milton) 42 56
Conan Doyle, Arthur, Story of Waterloo, A 49 179, 49 180
concealment space
    discovery space as 63 16­17
    early modern staging 54 2­23, 63 2­6, 63 16­17
    Elizabethan playhouses 56 87­9, 56 97­102, 56 109
    Globe 55 60­71
    London playhouses 54 2­23
    Savile tomb 55 67
    Shakespearean theatre 55 110­18
    see also discovery space; stage doors
concert rooms 53 62, 63 131
Concerto Spirituales 42 67
'Concerts at the Front' (WWI) 63 40­1, 63 42, 63 43, 63 52­3
Concise Oxford Companion to the Theatre (Hartnoll and Found) 48 60
Condell, Henry 42 9, 55 72, 55 75
conductors (orchestras) 61 44
Cone, Mr 58 4
Confederacy, The (Vanbrugh) 58 18, 58 22, 58 24­5
    at Drury Lane 49 15, 49 18­19, 49 23
    Rowell's production 56 3
Conference of the Birds, The 59 176
'Confession, The' (Charrington and Achurch) 64 137­8
Confessions of a Socialist (C.A.S.T.) 64 104­6, 64 109­10
'confirmation' of warrants 54 131, 54 133
congestions on stage 56 104­8
Congreve, William 46 157, 59 26, 59 36
    censorship 61 140
    Drury Lane openings 49 14, 49 16, 49 23
    Love for Love 47 74, 49 14, 49 16, 49 23, 57 2, 57 5, 61 135, 61 136
    moral concerns 57 8
    Mourning Bride, The 47 75, 49 3
    sketch by Lely 47 168
    United Company staging 48 109
conjurors 54 136, 57 89­106, 61 175
    see also magicians
Connelly, Gerry, Errol Flynn in Northampton 50 60
Connor, Charles 43 55
Connor, Mr (scene fitter) 53 37
Conolly, L.W.
    Bernard Shaw and the BBC 64 117­18
    English-Canadian Theatre 43 36­8
    'GBS & the BBC: Saint Joan, 1929' 57 11­24, 57 20
Conquest of China by the Tartars, The (Settle) 47 150, 62 5
Conquest, George, Winning Hand, The 61 108
Conquest of Granada by the Spaniards (Dryden) 47 23, 47 142, 59 10
Conrad, Joseph, Victory 64 116­17
Conrad's Victory: The Play and Reviews (Hand) 64 116­17
Conscious Lovers, The (Steele) 44 69, 47 119, 48 13, 49 20­1, 49 23
Conservative Party politics 64 103, 64 106
Consortium for Drama and Media in Higher Education 43 132
Conspiracy and Tragedy of Byron, The (Chapman) 45 153­6
constant charges 63 98­9, 63 119
Constant Couple, The (Farquhar) 51 52, 58 20
    at Drury Lane 49 6, 49 13, 49 16, 49 19
    book reviewed 43 84­5
Constant Husband, The (Hamilton) 49 100
Constant Prince, The (Calderon) 61 174
Constantine the Great (Lee) 48 108
Consuming Passions: Leisure and Pleasure in Victorian Britain (Flanders) 61 116
Contention betwixt the two famous Houses of York and Lancaster, The, Part I 63 71­2
Contested Election, The (Taylor) 48 165, 48 168, 48 169, 55 42
Contexts for Early English Drama (Briscoe and Coldewey) 46 51­2
continents, representation of 62 10­11
continuity between-scenes 56 102­8
Contrabandista, The (operetta) 62 82
contracted labour 64 69
Contrivances (Carey) 49 22
Control and Censorship of Caroline Drama, The (Bawcutt) 51 113
conversation pieces 64 86
Conversations with Punch (Felix) 49 59
Convert, The (Garnett) 64 142
Conveyo(u)r (medieval drama) 46 22­4
Convict Theatres of Early Australia, The (Jordan) 57 73
Conway, William 43 52, 43 56, 44 102, 44 106
Cook, Ann Jennalie 45 121­2
Cook, Captain James 56 156­72
Cook, Dutton 50 161, 50 162, 51 8, 59 126, 59 127, 59 129, 61 49, 61 50­1
Cook, Ida, archive papers 63 183
Cook, Dr Melville 49 51
Cooke, C.P. 47 49
Cooke family and circus 47 4­6, 47 8, 47 17­18, 60 149
Cooke, G.F. 42 134, 52 151, 52 153­4, 55 101, 63 87­8, 63 90
Cooke, James 63 134
Cooke, Jane, 'The Bristol Grooves Recovered' 56 173­8, 56 174, 56 176­7
Cooke, John, Greene's Tu Quoque 47 132, 60 72­3
Cooke, Richard 42 73­4
Cooke, T.P. 50 146­51, 50 149, 52 28
Cooke, William 41 80, 41 87, 60 148­9, 60 152, 60 159­60, 60 166
    Covent Garden 63 105
Cookman, A.V. 56 16
Coombes, Bert Lewis 50 54
Coombs, Katie 59 14­15
Cooper, Clifford 59 86
Cooper, Frederick Fox, Black-Eyed Sukey 50 147, 50 148
Cooper, Gladys 56 69
Cooper, Grey 61 65­6
Cooper, John 44 109, 44 110
Cooper, Robert 59 9, 59 10, 59 16
Cooper, Thomas Abthorpe 43 26, 44 102
Coote, William A. 63 165­9
Copeau, Jacques 53 99, 60 45
Copley, John Singleton 43 6
Coppin, George 55 84, 61 79, 61 80, 61 82
Copping, Bernard 61 107
copy-texts 60 135, 60 137
Coquet's Surrender, The 51 49
Corbin, Peter, (R) 44 139­42
Corble, Dennis George 49 116, 57 73
Corelli family 63 143, 63 144­5
Corey, Catherine 47 64, 49 67
Corey, John 42 24
Corfield, P.J., 'Continuity, Change and Specialisation within Metropolitan London: the Economy of Westminster 1750-1820' 54 67
Coriolanus (Shakespeare) 46 79, 59 126
    bibliography 45 151­2
    burlesque 56 183
    children's roles 48 125, 48 126
    congestions on stage 56 107
    Covent Garden 48 14
    extras 51 9, 51 10, 51 12
    Garrick papers 54 142
    Godwin's stage design 47 167
    Kemble as 56 71
    Kemble's adaptation 44 101­18, 48 2­10, 48 5, 48 7, 49 173­6
    Nash in 64 32
    performance dates 55 100
    Poussin's painting 48 2­10
    Thomson's 41 25, 44 101­18
    tiring-house wall scenes 53 168­71
Cork Opera House 59 177­8
corner traps 41 6, 41 7, 41 8, 41 9­11
Cornish, Anthony 55 47
Cornish Comedy, The (Powell) 48 109, 48 114
Cornwall 57 91
Coronation, The (Rich) 64 19
Corpus Christi play, Wakefield 52 91, 52 92, 52 99
Correspondence of Edward Gordon Craig and Count Harry Kessler, The (Newman) 50 120
Corri, Domenico 54 148
Corrigan, Brian Jay
    'A legal dodge in the business practices of the original Globe and Drury Lane Theatres' 51 72­4
    'Of Dogges and Gulls: Sharp Dealing at the Swan (1597)... and again at St. Paul's (1606)' 55 119­29
Corry, Percy 59 166
Corsican Brothers, The
    Calvert in 61 36
    Juvenile Drama 46 106­7
    Pollock's toy theatre 57 166
    promptbooks 46 14
    vision scene 46 4­14, 46 7, 46 9, 46 165­6
Corsican cuts 52 43
'Corsican' trap 46 4, 46 6, 46 8, 46 10­13
Corwen, Betty 43 134
Corye, John, Generous Enemies, The 47 23, 47 27
Cosgrave Hall Films 64 177
cosmetics 61 4
    see also paint
costs of radio drama 57 22
costume
    Alchemist, The 46 102, 46 103
    Ariel's 51 62­72
    Berlin 49 50
    bibliography and iconography 55 103
    books reviewed 41 142­3, 51 119­20
    Captain Cook craze 56 165, 56 170
    Georgian theatre 64 62­9, 64 74­5
    Keans' American tour 61 80, 61 82
    Kemble's Coriolanus 49 174­5
    Louis XIII's court ballet 42 90­1
    opera 62 47­8
    pantomime 60 100, 60 102, 60 106
    programmes 56 22
    renewal costs 63 99
    sense of place 63 7­8
    Shakespeare's plays 47 164­7
    Stuart masques 62 123­4
    Theatre Museum collection 50 177
    travelling players 58 50
    Victorian design 51 119­20
    Windsor theatricals 56 118
    Wynnstay Theatre 58 28
Cotes, Mrs 58 24­6
Cotes, Peter 60 180
Cottis, Eileen, (R) 47 176­7
Cottlesloe at The National, The: Infinite Riches in a Little Room (Mulryne and Shewring) 54 67
Coulton, G.G. 57 23
Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts (C.E.M.A.) 58 93
Council for Theatre Protection (C.T.P.) 49 123, 49 125, 49 126
counter-culture 64 97, 64 99­100, 64 103
Counterfeits, The (Leanerd) 47 151, 47 153
counterweights in machinery 41 18­24
Countesthorpe, Kate Bishop Theatre Group 54 63
Country Captain, The (Earl) 54 134
Country Gentleman, The (Howard) 47 64
Country Innocence, The (Leanerd) 47 148
Country Knight, The, Nell Gwyn at 62 67, 62 70­1
Country Lasses, The (Johnson) 41 75
Country Wife, The (Wycherley) 47 148, 49 16, 59 4, 59 10, 64 13
Country Wit, The (Crowne) 47 150
Courier of Lyons, The (Reade) 59 133
court apothecaries 61 2­11
Court Ballet of Louis XIII, The (McGowan) 42 90­1, 43 25
Court patronage 58 126, 61 132­43
Court performances
    Goldsmith's Company 56 6­7
    play-endings 64 122­9
    Queen Anne's birthday 62 7­19
    St. Paul's choristers 54 70
    Stuart masques 62 123­4
    Windsor Theatricals 56 117­25
court prosecutions 61 132­43
Court Secret, The (Shirley) 41 110
Court Theatre see Royal Court Theatre
Cousin Kate, Simla A.D.C. 62 113
Coutts, Thomas 43 50­5, 63 80­91
couturiers 56 22
Covent Garden 58 126, 58 129, 58 142
    Aesop 50 141, 50 143
    Aldridge at 61 144­69
    Artaxerxes 62 26, 62 32, 62 34, 62 37­8, 62 48­52
    benefit plays 50 21, 50 23, 50 25
    Black Eyed Susan 50 147­9, 50 154
    book reviewed 54 66
    Captain Cook craze 56 157, 56 158, 56 165, 56 168
    Cooke at 63 88
    Drury Lane performance comparison 62 40­2
    Dumont's survey 46 148­54
    financial control 54 24
    Georgian trade 64 58­81
    Handel at 62 38­9
    Licensing Act (1737) 60 94
    Love, Emma Sarah 54 146, 54 148­50, 54 152­9
    orchestras 61 42, 61 43­4
    patent sale 64 18­19, 64 23, 64 24, 64 25­6
    performers' dispute 1800  63 92­125
    Punch and Judy festival 60 4
    Rich's will 64 12, 64 15­16, 64 18­19, 64 21, 64 22­6, 64 24
    Royal Opera House 47 78, 47 108
        chorus 44 27
        Macready's Coriolanus 44 102­16
        O.P. riots 44 16­26
        stage machinery 46 128­9
    salaries 50 17
    Slave, The 60 38
    summer closure 62 46
    Theatre Royal 47 93, 47 157, 47 170, 59 42
        1758-9 season 48 11­18
        actors' strike 1743  52 9
        building (1731) 46 144­6
        Burney playbills 57 137
        early nineteenth century 52 146­8, 52 150­4
        Harlequin and Mother Goose 52 18
        Home's Douglas 60 134, 60 136, 60 139­42
        Kemble's Coriolanus 49 173
        ledgers 43 59­60
        lighting 48 16
        Macbeth 1765  49 161
        Macklin at 43 5­6
        Macklin-Garrick riots 52 8, 52 9, 52 14
        Macready at 48 63­76
        Nixon's painting 51 166­9, 51 167
        performance dates 55 100­1
        performers' dispute 1800  63 92­125
        Pigott's diaries 42 63, 42 64, 42 67, 42 70
        playbills 51 33
        receipts 1746-47  49 12­13, 49 72­81
        School for Scandal 55 41
        songs 55 132, 55 139
        status 55 150
    Theatrical Fund 41 116, 41 117
    Vandergucht engraving 62 35­6, 62 42
    West Country theatre revival 46 119, 46 120
Covent Garden (Nabbes) 55 65, 60 73, 63 127
Coventry
    Corpus Christi play 52 95
    Destruction of Jerusalem 48 140
    Empire Theatre of Varieties 60 75
    guild players 46 25
    Hippodrome 41 13
    'Hocus Pocus' 54 131­2, 54 136
    jugglers 57 98­101
    Leicester and Coventry Company 57 139
    medieval plays 48 96
    Reminiscence Theatre 62 168
    Theatre Royal 59 57, 60 75
    Triangle Theatre Company 62 168
    Weavers' Pageant 48 138­48
Coventry's Forgotten Theatre (Bottle) 60 75, 61 39
Covey-Crump, Peter 62 121
Coward, Noël 42 100, 57 25, 58 93, 58 107, 59 171
    Fagan and 56 13, 56 15
    Gilbert and Sullivan legacy 56 134
    letters to
        Esme Wynne 50 177
        Humphreys 55 48
    papers 56 179
    programmes 56 22
    Radclyffe Hall 51 177­8
    Words and Music 56 20, 56 63, 56 64
Cowen, Joseph 47 179
Cowley, Abraham 54 87
Cowley Grove house 64 20, 64 22
Cowley, Hannah 53 174, 58 31, 58 157
Cox and Box (Burnand) 59 153, 59 157
Cox, C. 53 58
Cox, John D., on actors' names 63 75
Cox, Robert 47 123, 47 128
Cox, Susanna 45 18
Coysh, John 48 152­3, 48 154, 48 155, 55 3
Crabb, Mrs Louisa Ruth 54 62
Crabb Robinson, Henry 42 133
Craig, Edith 42 128­30, 45 132­43, 45 139, 53 179­80
Craig, Edward Gordon 42 133, 45 137, 45 138, 48 62­3
    archive papers 59 56, 59 113­14, 63 183
    book reviewed 44 132­4
    correspondence 50 120, 55 160
    Devine's visit 51 14­23
    Gray on 51 94
    Herkomer's legacy 62 126­43
    on Irving 59 130, 59 133­4
    Martin-Harvey and 54 66
    New Stagecraft movement 62 137
    puppets 54 123
Craig, Gordon, Dido and Aeneas 62 138, 62 139, 62 140
Craig y Nos Castle, Powys 59 166
Craigie, Jill, archive papers 62 172
Craik, T.W., The Maid's Tragedy 45 153­6
Cramer, Wilhelm 42 68
Crane, Harvey, Playbill, A History of Theatre in the West Country 42 88­9
Cranfield, Mr 56 167
Crauford, Alfred Lane 47 108, 47 110
Crauford, Lane 59 138
Crauford, William Samuel 47 109, 47 110
Craven, Hawes 54 177, 56 22
Craven, Lady Elizabeth 63 149­50, 63 149­50
Craven, Lord 63 149
Crawley (puppet master) 52 93
Crawley 52 105­6
Crawley, Kathleen Mary 46 48, 50 53
Crazed (Morton) 62 86, 62 109, 62 110, 62 113­14
Crazy Jane (song) 53 116, 54 60­1
Creagh (Irish actor) 50 51
Creation of the World, The 46 22­4, 52 92, 52 97, 52 104, 52 105, 52 106
Creiton, Mr 47 62­3
Cremlin, F. 54 49
Cremorne Gardens 58 162
Creswell, Peter 56 13, 56 15
Creswick, William 47 110, 47 111, 47 113, 61 35
Criddle, Tom 45 34
crime drama 53 43
criminals' physiognomy 50 97, 50 102­3
Crispi, Ida 55 102
Cristini, Mario 57 27
Criterion Theatre 50 75, 50 76, 59 163
Critic, The 58 96
critics, Royal Court Theatre 64 160­73
Croft, Susan 62 62
Croft-Murray, Edward 47 96
Crofton, Cecil Frederick 59 172
Crofts, Mrs 52 66, 52 67, 52 68
Croizette, Mdlle 56 127
Cromwell's Men 58 54
Crooke, Frederick 55 49, 57 159
Crosby, Theo 49 131
Crosdill, John 42 68
Crosfield, Thomas 52 95­7, 52 98­101
Cross (Little Haymarket actor) 51 49
Cross, Beverley 57 159
Cross, Frances Shireburn 49 74
Cross Keys playhouse 56 73
Cross, Letitia 43 77, 43 78, 51 43, 62 16
Cross Purposes (O'Brien) 58 29
Cross, Richard
    1746-7 diary 49 12­26, 49 69­90
    earnings 49 74
Cross, Richard (Drury Lane actor) 50 139
Cross, Richard (prompter) 50 25, 62 165
cross-dressing 54 105, 61 73, 61 74
    see also drag performances; female impersonators
Crouch, David 49 127
crowd scenes 58 156
Crowhurst, Andrew, 'Oswald Stoll: a Music Hall pioneer' 49 27­49
Crowne, John 47 142, 47 148­51
    Ambitious Statesman, The 47 142, 47 149, 47 153
    Calisto 47 71, 62 14
    City Politiques, The 42 110
    Coriolanus adaptation 48 125
    Drury Lane openings 49 13
    Juliana 47 25
    Sir Courtly Nice 61 138
    United Company staging 48 105, 48 108­9
'Crowning with Thorns and the Mocking of Christ, The' 45 114­21
Croxton Play of the Sacrament, The 41 92
Croydon
    Community Theatre 55 50
    Festival of Drama 55 50
    Grand Theatre 56 20­1, 56 29­31, 56 33­5, 56 38, 56 40, 56 42­7, 56 43
    Stagers 64 176
    Warehouse Theatre 50 171
'Croydon, Mr', programmes 56 19­70, 56 25, 56 27, 56 37, 56 39, 56 41, 56 43, 56 48­9, 56 57, 56 59, 56 62­3, 56 69­70
Crucible, The 44 90­3
Cruelty of the Spaniards in Peru, The (Davenant) 57 120, 57 122
Cruickshank, Graeme
    A. & S. Gatti scripts collection 54 123
    Hardy on Stage correction 50 117
    Index to The Playhouse on the Park; a History of the Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne 53 174
    on Music Hall dancers 55 101­2
    Palace Theatre archive 55 47
    (R) 54 124, 55 163, 57 74­5, 59 57, 59 117, 60 119, 60 121, 60 182, 61 56­8, 61 114­16, 61 171­2
    research interests 51 55
    on Walter P. Dando 55 102
Cruikshank, George
    Drury Lane cartoon 54 34
    Jack Sheppard Plays 54 98­123, 54 108­9, 54 115
Cruikshank, Robert 41 140, 44 106, 44 108, 44 109
cruisers 54 180
Crush Room at the Opera 58 129, 58 131
Cryptoconchoidsyphonostomata (Collette) 63 21, 63 23
Crystal Palace as theatre 50 165
C.T.P. see Council for Theatre Protection
Cuba 55 80
Cuckold's Haven (Tate) 48 108, 48 111
Cuckoo in the Nest, A (Travers) 57 65
Cudworth (actor) 42 60, 42 61, 52 66, 52 67
cues 56 140­1
    see also prompters and prompting
Cult of Kean, The (Kahan) 63 59
'Cultural History of English Pantomime, 1837-1901, A' project 64 50
cultural revolution, twentieth-century 64 96­111
Cumberland theatre 42 83­4
Cumberland, Earl of see Clifford
Cumberland, Richard 44 64, 44 70
    letters 44 40­1
    West Indian, The 42 64, 47 119
Cumbria, Pocket Theatre Company 55 161
Cummings, Derek, 'Enter a throng of citizens, extras at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre' 51 8­13
Cunard, Lady 56 14
Cupid and Death (Shirley) 57 122
Cupid and the Love Letter 43 19
Cupid and Psyche 51 44, 51 51
Cupid's Revenge (Beaumont and Fletcher) 42 16
Cupid's Whirligig (Sharpham) 63 13­14
Curme, Charles and Thomas 53 20­2, 53 25
Curtain Theatre 42 4, 42 7­8, 50 130, 53 163, 55 5
curtains
    clowns' entrances 53 10
    Dioclesian 47 86­7
    early London theatres 54 2­23
    Elizabethan playhouses 56 87­8, 56 98
    Globe Theatre 53 8­18
    Grand Harmonic Hall, Southwark 53 67
    Moor Street Adelphi 63 141
    Shakespearean stage 56 138­42
    tableaux vivants 63 154, 63 155­6, 63 158, 63 163
    see also hangings
Curtains!!! 49 127
Curzon, Frank 56 21
Curzon, Lord and Lady 62 81, 62 98
Cusack, Cyril 53 106, 62 170
Cushing, Peter 57 166
Custance, Emily 61 108
customers, theatres as 64 59, 64 61­2
customs versus rights 63 92­125
Cut off with a Shilling (farce) 63 21
Cuthbert, Henry John 58 133, 58 136
Cutting, Ivan 60 177, 60 178
Cutting of the Knot, The (Hamilton) 49 100
Cyder Cellers 55 137, 55 140­1
Cylidisc CDs 57 162, 57 164­5
Cymbeline (Shakespeare) 46 91, 59 137
    Betterton's revival 54 87
    books reviewed 45 97­100, 45 149­51
    congestions on stage 56 106
    Covent Garden 48 12, 48 14
Cynthia and Endymion 51 43
Czecho/Slovak theatre video records 43 134


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