Theatre Notebook Index: vols 41-64 (D)

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Daemen-de Gelder, Katrien 59 19
    'New evidence about the Restoration scenekeeper James Triggs?' (with Vander Motten) 59 19­22
dagger swallowers 54 134­6
Dahl, Nicholas 48 16
Daily Journal 59 42, 59 48
Dalby, Stephen, archive papers 64 178
Dale, James 59 126
Dalhousie, Lord 62 79
Dallison, Thomas 60 130­1
D'Alton, Louis 59 176­7
Dalton's Comus 49 18
Daly, Augustin 50 115
Daly's Theatre 56 20, 56 26, 56 27, 56 29­31, 56 34, 56 44
Dam, Henry J.W., Shop Girl, The 56 20, 56 23­4, 64 30
Dame Dobson (Ravenscroft) 48 108, 48 110, 48 113
Damon and Phillida (Cibber) 49 14, 51 48­9, 51 52
Damon and Pithias 51 4, 51 7
Damon and Pythias (Edwards) 55 163
Danby, Jennifer Renee 59 2
    'Portraits of Restoration actors Michael Mohun and Edward Kynaston: new evidence' 59 2­18
dance 58 92, 58 141, 58 157
    Britannia, The 62 8, 62 14, 62 15, 62 16
    commedia dell'arte 49 166
    Court performances 47 68­70, 47 72
    Georgian theatre 63 59­60
    monkeys at Dorset Garden 57 119­35, 57 123, 57 125
    Music Hall 55 101­2
    pantomime 45 66­7, 60 102, 60 106, 60 108
    Pioneer Women Project 63 66­7
    post-war Britain 50 177
    South Asia 55 160
    Stuart masques 62 123­4
    visiting companies 49 112
    Yorkshire hirings 59 80
Dance, Charles, Hush Money 56 118­20, 56 123
Dance-Drama (Gray) 51 94, 51 97, 51 105­7
Dance Information Group 49 178
Dance Now (quarterly) 46 162
Danchin, Pierre
    Prologues and Epilogues of the Eighteenth Century 48 175
    Prologues and Epilogues of the Restoration 1660-1700, The 43 35, 43 90
Dancing Devils..., The (Ward) 59 48­9
Dancing Master (Playford) 57 122
Danckerts, Thomas 49 157, 49 158
Dando, Walter Pfeffer 55 102, 63 151­79
Daneman, Meredith, Margot Fonteyn 59 113
Daneman, Paul 50 75
Daniel, Samuel 55 124­5, 62 124
Daniels collection 60 178
Danish theatre video records 43 133
Danson and Telbin 53 62
Danvers, Edwin 50 159­60
Darbyshire, Alfred 55 50
D'Arc family
    Ethel 48 32
    George 48 30, 48 32, 48 34
    Lambert 48 19­30, 48 21, 48 23
    Madame 48 32, 48 33
    William 48 32, 48 34
D'Arcy, Miss 42 63
Darius, King of Persia (Crowne) 48 108
'dark' acting 61 23­4
Dark (Dawk) Bungalow, The 41 139­40
Dark Lady of The Sonnets, The (Shaw) 57 11
Darkness Visible 54 29
Darling, Ann 52 66, 52 72
Darlington, W.A. 50 69, 56 15
Darly, Mary 43 5, 43 6
Dartmouth 57 92
Das Festspiel: Formen, Funktionen, Perspectiven (Engler and Kreis) 43 92
database of theatre histories 63 56
dating performances 55 100­1
D'Auban, John 50 164, 50 165
Daunt, Major-General 52 48
Davant, Henrick 45 19
Dave (Gregory) 46 114
Davenant (Aicard) 56 129
Davenant, Alexander 42 18, 48 104, 48 105
Davenant, Charles 48 103, 48 104
Davenant, Lady Mary 48 152
Davenant, Thomas 42 20, 48 104
Davenant, William 41 77, 47 26­7, 47 141, 49 156, 58 126
    actors' nursery 48 148­51, 48 155
    agreement with Killigrew 51 75­80
    benefit charges 63 101­2, 63 110, 63 119
    Distresses, The 56 107
    knighthood 56 120
    Macbeth adaptation 62 68, 62 73
    monkeys on stage 57 120, 57 122
    playhouse plans 56 87
    Playhouse to be Let, The 47 21, 47 25, 48 114, 48 152
    Red Bull 55 15
    Siege of Rhodes, The 59 15, 60 85
    summer season 42 15
    as theatre patentee 55 2
    Wits, The 42 15, 47 122­40, 47 124­5, 63 14
Davenport's A New Trick to Cheat the Devil 46 92
Davenport, Edward Loomis 50 151, 50 152, 50 153
Davenport, Jean 50 78, 50 80­1, 50 85, 50 86
Davenport, Thomas 50 78, 50 80, 50 81
Davey, Peter 53 36
David and Bethsabe (Peele) 55 69, 56 88
David Garrick and the Birth of Modern Theatre (Benedetti) 56 132
Davidge, G.B. 54 112­14, 54 116, 58 80, 58 82
Davidson, Clifford 48 139
    Festivals and Plays in Late Medieval Britain 62 176­7
    Illustrations of the Stage and Acting in England to 1580 46 166­8
Davidson, Geoff 46 2, 57 118, 60 133
    advisory role 64 2
    editorial manager vacancy 61 119
    on European opera houses 57 158
    on F.P. Francis 57 112­13
    'Marie Tempest ­ the end of her story' 51 23­5
    (R) 53 175­6, 55 52­4
    'Theatre Notebook: The First Ten Years' 50 3­7
    'Twentieth-Century Choices: or, what did they see from the Stalls, Circle and Gallery?'
        'I - Mr Croydon' 56 19­70
        'II ­ Derek Kenwood' 57 25­71
        'III - Sheila Winter - 1934 to 1945' 58 91­118
Davidson, Paul 59 144, 59 146
    'The AHRC Mander and Mitchenson Theatre Collection Access for Research Project: conversations with cataloguers' 59 144­54
Davies, Andrew 51 92
Davies, Eveline Vaughan 60 177
Davies, H. Neville 44 144
    'Christian IV and The Dutch Courtesan' 44 118­23
Davies, John 55 85­6
    Epigrammes and Elegies 64 3­4
Davies, Joseph of Warrington 48 164­9, 57 26
Davies, Mr (performer) 54 29
Davies, Oliver Ford, Playing Lear 58 165
Davies, Thomas 52 2, 62 50
Davioud, Gabriel 62 149, 62 158
Davis, Desmond, archive papers 63 182
Davis, Fanny 51 142
Davis, Jim 42 144, 47 120
    (R) 45 102­5
    Reflecting the Audience: London Theatregoing, 1840-1880 56 132­3
    'Reminiscences in retirement: theatrical references in the post-Britannia diaries of F.C. Wilton' 47 106­13
    'Stage-managing the Brit: the diaries of F.C. Wilton' 42 101­8
    S.T.R. publication 42 135
    on Victorian theatre 63 128
Davis, Katharine 52 66, 52 67, 52 68
Davis, Kristy 59 144, 59 146, 60 175­6
    'The AHRC Mander and Mitchenson Theatre Collection Access for Research Project: conversations with cataloguers' 59 144­54
Davis, Mr and Mrs (19c. managers) 53 30, 53 37­8
Davis, Tracy C. 41 114­28, 41 148, 44 48, 50 63
    Actresses as Working Women: Their Social Identity in Victorian Culture 48 58­9
    Performing Century, The: Nineteenth-Century Theatre's History 63 62­3
    (R) 54 178
    Shakespeare in The London Theatre 1855-58 55 47
    'The Savoy Chorus' 44 26­38, 44 33
Davis, Tyrrel 45 144
Davison, Peter, (R) 41 41­2, 41 43­5, 44 41­4
Dawes, Philip 62 21
Dawes, William, Downfall of Shakespeare on a modern stage, The 62 2, 62 20­58
Dawick, John, Pinero: a theatrical life 51 59­60
Dawk (Dark) Bungalow, The 41 139­40
Dawson, Anthony B., Hamlet 51 173­4
Dawson, Nancy 55 137
Day, John
    Isle of Gulls, The 55 124­5
    Law Tricks: or, Who Would Have Thought It 55 68
Day, William 47 49
Dayes, J. 46 6, 58 133, 58 136
D.E.& M.S.F. see Dramatic, Equestrian, and Musical Sick Fund
de Burca, Seamus, archive papers 62 170
De Castro (Williams) 48 49
De Dio, Mlle 55 102
de Frece, Walter 49 34, 49 36­7, 49 43, 49 177
de Grunwald, Dimitri, archive papers 64 178
de Jongh, Nicholas, Politics, Prudery and Perversion: The Censoring of the English Stage, 1901-1968 55 102­3
de la Garde, Charles 49 166
De Lange, Sir John 49 82, 49 83
de Loutherbourg see Loutherbourg, Philippe-Jacques de
de L'Epine, Francesca Margherita 62 16
de Moratín, L.F. 42 37­9
de Robilant, Claire H., (R) 42 83
De Veil, Colonel 59 44­5
de Vere, Edward 43 10
de Witt, Johannes, Swan Theatre sketch 53 8­18, 53 147, 53 152­4, 54 2­3, 54 6, 54 8, 54 13­14, 55 60­2, 56 86­7, 56 112
Dead Guest, The (Phillips) 43 21
Dead Shot, The (Buckstone) 59 64
dead-body carrying 61 111, 62 167
Deal, Astor Theatre 56 180
Dean, Basil 52 162, 56 22, 63 45, 64 147
Deane, Colonel and Mrs 62 81, 62 83­4, 62 85, 62 92
Death of Captain Cook, The (Collier) 56 165­70, 56 166, 56 169
Death of Dido, The (Booth) 49 169
Death of a Salesman, The 44 90­3
Debauchee, The (Behn) 47 150
Debauchees, The (Fielding) 49 16, 49 18
debts, Simla A.D.C. 62 92
Decius and Paulina (Theobald) 49 169
Defoe, Daniel 47 67­8, 54 98
D'Egville's Offering to Baccus 55 100
Deierkauf-Holsboer, S. Wilma 55 24, 55 29­31, 55 32­5
Dekker, Thomas 45 127, 45 154­6, 50 128
    Gull's Hornbook, The 64 4­6
    Lust's Dominion 46 81, 63 7
    Old Fortunatus 64 123
    Patient Grissil 55 61, 56 90
    Red Bull 55 5, 55 19
    Roaring Girl, The 45 154­6, 55 65
    St. Paul's company 55 127
    Shoemaker's Holiday, The 46 79, 59 91­5
    Sir Thomas Wyatt 46 84, 53 168
    Virgin Martyr, The 41 112, 55 65, 56 88, 56 91
Delane, Denis 49 79, 54 141
Delaney, Shelagh, Taste of Honey, A 55 104, 57 29, 57 66, 58 36
Delicate Ground 55 42
Dell, Jeffrey 59 170
Dellar, Pamela
    People Make Plays: Aspects of Community Theatre in Hull Since 1955 48 120
    Plays Without Theatre: Recollections of the Compass Players' Travelling Theatre 44 95
Delpini, Carlo 55 100, 56 160, 56 167
Delysia, Alice 56 21
demolition of theatres 55 105
Dench, Judi 53 107­14
Dene, Dorothy 62 131
Denham, Sir John 59 20
Denmark see Danish theatre
Denning, Anthony 64 85­6
    obituary 44 98­9
    Theatre in the Cotswolds. The Boles Watson Family and the Cirencester Theatre 48 118
Denning Awards 44 98­9
Dennis, John 45 20, 59 24­30, 59 32, 59 37, 61 124
    Essay on the Operas 59 27
    Iphigenia 59 24­5
    Miscellaneous Tracts 59 28
    Musical Entertainments in Rinaldo and Armida 59 29­30, 59 38, 59 40
    Rinaldo and Armida 49 3, 49 5, 49 8­9, 59 24­31, 59 35­7
    The Usefulness of the Stage 59 27
Denvil, Clara 60 102, 60 104
Denyer, Major P.H. 62 78, 62 81, 62 83­4, 62 96­7, 62 100
    Centenarian, The 62 106, 62 107­20
    Simla A.D.C. repertoire 62 86, 62 91
Denys Lasdun Papers 62 59
Der Freischütz (von Weber) 51 86, 51 90
Der Vogelhändler (Zeller) 55 147­8
Derby
    Love, Emma Sarah at 54 158
    Museum toy theatre collection 44 98­9
Derby, Henry Stanley, 4th Earl of 43 10
Derby, William Stanley, Earl of 42 52­6
Derby's Men 53 163
Derbyshire Record Office 58 167, 63 180, 64 176
Dering, Sir Edward 64 22
Descendants of Robert William Elliston, The (Wood) 51 177
Deserter of Naples, The: or, Royal Clemency (Dibdin) 55 100
Deserter The: or, The Humours of the Navy (Dibdin) 42 67
déserteur, Le (Sedaine) 51 81, 51 83
Design by Motley (Mullin) 51 114­15
Design for Living (Coward) 58 107
Dessen, Alan C. 49 133
    Shakespeare in Performance: Titus Andronicus 45 97­100
    on Shakespeare's vocabulary 53 11
Destiny 50 100
Destruction of Jerusalem
    Coventry 48 140
    play/puppet play 52 92
Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus Vespasian, The (Crowne)
    Part I 47 142, 47 148, 47 155
    Part II 47 142, 47 148
Destruction of Troy, The (Banks) 47 151
Devil Caresfoot (Chambers and Little) 64 132
Devil to Pay, The (Coffey) 47 35, 48 14, 51 53
    benefits 50 24
    Drury Lane 49 13, 49 14, 49 17, 49 19
Devil to Pay, or The Wives Metamorphosed, The (pantomime) 45 79
Devil of a Wife, The (Jevon) 48 105, 48 108
Devil's Charter, The (Barnes) 53 168, 63 12­13
Devine, George
    letters to Saint-Denis 52 161­71
    Royal Court Theatre 53 52­5
    Saint-Denis' productions 53 100­14
    visit to Craig 51 14­23
Devizes circuit 53 19
Devon
    jugglers 57 91­2
    Record Office 64 176
    Records of Early English Drama 42 136­8
Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne 53 60, 53 174
Devoto, Antonio 47 65
Devoto, John 42 135, 54 98
Dewar, Frank 42 99
Dewar, Fred 47 109, 50 159, 50 160
Dewhurst, Jonathan 48 49, 56 132
'Dial Hand' prayer 64 123
dialogic context of stage directions 56 93­102
Diamond Arrow, The (Moncrieff) 55 101
Diamond, Michael 50 118
Diana of Dobson's (Hamilton) 47 177, 49 99, 49 100, 49 101, 49 102
Diaphantus (Scoloker) 49 62
diaries 2009  62 179
Diaries of Ruth Dodds (1905-74) (Calcott) 50 180
Dibdin, Charles the Elder 45 81, 52 27, 53 41­2
    career 44 83, 44 85
    entertainments 44 10­16
    scores 60 178
    songs 52 46, 54 60
Dibdin, Charles the Younger 42 133, 45 78, 53 41­2, 58 141
    Deserter, The 42 67
    on Mons. Gouffé 53 116­17
    performance dates 55 100, 55 159
    Sister Witches, The 42 68
Dibdin Pitt, George 52 24­37, 53 41­7
    forebears 52 25­7
    obituaries 52 24, 52 35
    provincial experience 52 28­9
Dibdin, Thomas 45 81, 46 162, 52 18, 52 27­8
Dibdin, Thomas John 43 59, 53 41
Dibdin's and Hughes's Royal Circus 47 174, 47 175
Dick Whittington 46 127
Dickens, Charles 41 121, 59 178
    audiences 56 133
    on Black Eyed Susan 50 153, 50 155
    books reviewed 41 37­8, 43 44, 54 125­7, 56 133, 64 182
    characters in the circus 47 3­19
    child actors 50 78, 50 79, 50 81, 50 86, 50 90
    ghost effects 43 19, 43 21
    Great Expectations 52 165, 52 166­7, 52 168
    Jack Sheppard plays 54 103, 54 105, 54 120
    replica of desk 44 39
Dickie Usher's Company 53 117­18
Dickinson, Patric 51 56
Dickinson, Rachel, on Ruskin 63 127
diction, Victorian 59 126, 59 129­30
dictionaries
    National Biography 44 38­9, 47 179
    New Penguin Theatre 55 106
Did You Ever Send Your Wife to...? 58 159, 60 155
Diderot, Denis 41 28, 41 85
Didier and Tebbitt 49 111
Dido and Aeneas (Craig) 62 138, 62 139, 62 140
Dido and Aeneas (Purcell) 42 57, 42 60
    at Swan Theatre 55 120
    dances 57 128
Dido (Halliwell) 46 26
Didone abbandonata (Sacchini) 42 66
Dieu Bleu, Le 49 112
Dieupart, Charles 45 24, 45 25
Digby, George 47 28
    Elvira 47 25, 47 26, 48 112, 60 90
Digby-Day, Richard, archive papers 63 183, 64 179
Digges, (Dudley) West 50 140, 60 134, 60 139
digital images 63 56
Dilke, Thomas 41 73
Dillen, The 51 9
Dillingham, Charles 62 155, 62 160
Dillon, Charles 49 55­6, 55 83, 55 85­6, 55 88, 60 156, 60 162
Dillon, Janette, 'Tiring-house Wall Scenes at the Globe; a Change in Style and Emphasis' 53 163­73
Dillon, W.C. 47 110, 47 113
Dimond, William 43 51­4
Dimond, William Wyatt 43 51­3
Dimond's turn-ups 45 81
ding-bats in playbills 51 38­9
Dioclesian (Betterton) 47 80­95, 47 81, 47 89­91, 51 156, 57 127­8
    see also Prophetess, The (Dioclesian)
dioramas 58 128
    book reviewed 48 176
    Jack Sheppard plays 54 113­14, 54 119
Dircks, Mr (inventor) 43 16­18, 43 21
Dircks, Phyllis T., 'The eclectic comic genius of John Rich in The Necromancer' 49 165­72
Dircks, Richard, The Letters of Richard Cumberland 44 40­1
directors 56 22
    see also individual directors
Directory of Performing Arts Resources 56 9
Directory of Theatre Resources 42 136
disappearing tricks 54 136
Disappointment, The (Southerne) 48 108, 48 110, 51 49
discipline in amateur theatre 62 96
Discovery expedition theatricals 57 143­57
discovery space 54 2­23, 60 6, 63 6, 63 16­17
    see also concealment space
dismissal of actors 63 102, 63 113, 63 117
Disobedient Child, The (Ingelend) 64 125
D'Israeli, Isaac 44 70
Distley and his players 42 51, 42 52, 42 55, 42 56
Distressed Innocence (Settle) 48 108
Distresses, The (Davenant) 56 107
Divan of Blood!, The, or, The Demon of Algiers 60 41­2
Dives and Lazarus wall paintings 52 103
Dixon, Cornelius, Triumph of Cupid, The 51 82, 51 85
D'Legard (singer) 51 46
Dobon, William 59 6
Dobson, Michael, (R) 45 97­100, 51 115­16
Dobson, William 60 132
Doctor Faustus, the Life and Death of (Mountfort) 48 108, 48 113
Doctor Faustus (Marlowe) 46 73, 46 78­9, 46 85, 46 88, 49 165­7, 49 170
    concealment spaces 55 61, 55 65
    new edition 48 59
    Poel's correspondence 54 172
    puppet play 49 170
    stage doors and hangings 54 10
Doctor Faustus...with the Humours of Harlequin and Scaramouche (Mountfort) 49 165, 49 166, 49 167
Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde 50 103, 50 104
Doctor, Joseph 57 139
Doctor Last, or The Devil upon Two Sticks (turn-up) 45 80, 49 111
documentary history 54 180, 60 62­3
documentary theatre 64 118­19
Dodd, James 42 64, 47 170, 47 171
Dodd, Leon 50 117
Dodds, Ruth 50 180, 60 178
Dodsley's plays
    Cleone 48 12, 48 15
    King & Miller of Mansfield 49 22
Doggett, Mary 51 157, 51 162
Doggett, Thomas 41 72, 41 77, 43 71­8, 45 20, 48 155, 50 130
    at Cambridge in 1701  51 147­65
    as Drury Lane triumvir 45 17
    prosecutions against 61 135
dogs 57 128, 59 76­7, 60 154
Doily (Doyly), Mr 45 26
Dolan, Winifred, Chronicle of Small Beer, A: The life and times of a Victorian actress 63 186
Dolin, Anton 50 177, 58 93
Dolle engravings 50 116
Doll's House, A (Ibsen) 56 11, 64 130­1, 64 133­4, 64 136, 64 139­41
Dolores (melodrama) 47 110
Domanaque, Druann 53 174
Domes of Delight: the History of the Bradford Alhambra (Holdsworth) 44 138­9
Dominion Theatre 49 127
Don Caesar de Bazan! (Barnett) 59 64
Don Carlos, Prince of Spain (Otway) 47 150
Don Juan 57 138
Don Juan in Hell (Shaw) 46 107
Don Quixote, The Comical History of (D'Urfey) 59 32
    Part I 48 105, 48 109, 48 110
    Part II 48 105, 48 109, 48 110, 48 113
    Part III 48 109, 48 114
Don Sebastian, King of Portugal (Dryden) 48 108
Donat, Robert Frederick 54 62, 58 96, 60 181
Donkersley, Lewis 48 40, 48 43
Donne, William Bodham 42 106­7, 55 37­47, 56 117, 56 123­4, 56 133
Donnelley, R.C. 48 19­20, 48 22, 48 24, 48 29­30
Donnet, Vera 56 11­12
Donohue, Joseph
    English Drama of the Nineteenth-Century: An Index and Reading Guide 43 93­4
    Fantasies of Empire 61 56­7
    (R) 47 51­4
    'W.P. Dando's improved tableaux vivants at the Palace Theatre of Varieties, London' 63 151­79
door-keeper's duties 62 66
doors and openings see stage doors
Dorchester circuit theatres 53 19­40, 53 20, 53 27, 53 31
Dorman's Sir Roger de Coverly 49 79
Dorney, Kate 59 56, 59 102, 59 109
    Changing Language of Modern English Drama 1945-2005, The 64 182­3
    (R) 64 181­2
    'Searching for scripts: re-writing the history of the British Theatre post-1968' 59 102­12
    on T.I.G. 63 185
Dorset, films 60 177
Dorset, Charles Sackville, Earl of 42 116
Dorset Garden Theatre 49 157, 59 34
    admission prices 62 63­75
    dancing monkeys at 57 119­35, 57 123, 57 125, 57 129
    Dioclesian (1690) 47 80­95
    as Duke's House
        1661-72 staging 47 20, 47 25­6, 47 28
        1671-82 staging 47 141, 47 143, 47 149­56
    Oedipus: A Tragedy 61 32
    United Company 48 103­15
    Woman Turn'd Bully, The (1675) 62 4
Dotrice, Roy 53 109, 53 113
Doty, Gresdna A., Inside the Royal Court Theatre, 1956-1981 46 54­6
double bills 51 30
Double Dealer, The (Congreve) 46 157, 48 109
Double Disappointment, The (Mendez) 49 14­23
Double Gallant, The (Cibber) 57 121­2, 57 128
Double Marriage, The (Fletcher) 46 79, 46 80
double-acts 53 87, 53 88
doubles on stage 46 6, 46 11­14
Douglas, Arthur 57 21
Douglas, Audrey
    Records of Early English Drama: Cumberland, Westmorland and Gloucestershire 42 83­4
    REED in Review: Essays in Celebration of the First Twenty-Five Years 63 64­6
Douglas, Earle Laurie 46 49
Douglas (Home) 41 131, 44 69, 52 29, 60 134­46
Douglas, The Tragedy of 53 25
Douglas-Home, William
    Aunt Edwina 57 30
    papers 51 56
Douglass, David 64 82, 64 84, 64 86­8, 64 90­1
Douglass, John 53 44
Douglass Company productions 64 84
Dove (actor) 51 50
Dover
    Assembly Room 58 32
    jugglers 57 91
Dover, Tivoli 50 170
Downes, John (prompter) 62 7, 62 14, 62 16, 62 18
Downfall of Shakespeare on a modern stage, The (Dawes) 62 2, 62 20­58, 62 22, 62 30­1
Downie, Annie 59 171
Downton, Thomas 55 119­23
Dowton, William 44 70, 61 156
D'Oyly Carte Company 44 29­31, 44 58, 56 71
D'Oyly Carte, Helen 55 148, 55 152
D'Oyly Carte, Richard 44 28­35, 55 148, 55 152, 63 152­3
Dr. Hocus Pocus (Coleman) 55 101
Dr Langdon Down and the Normansfield Hospital (Earl) 52 59
drag performances 50 64
    see also cross-dressing
Draghi, Giovanni Battista 47 70
Dragon of Wantley, The (Carey) 49 20, 49 21, 49 22
Drake, Dido 43 81
Drama and Politics in the English Civil War (Wiseman) 53 123­4
drama schools 53 107­14
Drama, The: Addresses (Irving) 44 134­6
drama theory 44 85­8
Drama Today (Wandor) 48 176
Dramatic Art: Theatrical Paintings from the Garrick Club (Shawe-Taylor) 51 175­6
Dramatic Censor, The; or, Weekly Theatrical Report 63 109­10
dramatic criticism 57 22­3
Dramatic, Equestrian, and Musical Sick Fund (D.E.& M.S.F.) 41 116­18, 41 121, 41 122
Dramatic News 54 56
Dramatic Olio, A 57 140
Dramatic Performance Bill 59 116
Dramatic Review, The 62 136
dramatick operas 54 86, 59 23­37
dramatists see playwrights
Dramaturgy: A Revolution in Theatre (Luckhurst) 60 185­6
Drapers' Company 57 82­3, 57 85, 59 21, 59 22
Dresden 53 147
dress rehearsals, pantomime 60 108
Drew, Rani 55 49
Driffield, Yorkshire 58 167, 59 79, 59 88
Drinkwater, John 49 55, 59 171
Driscoll, Kitty/Kate 47 49
drop-cloths 61 64
drop curtains 56 163
Drown, Mr and Mrs 58 4
Droy, Frank and Doris 53 83
Drum, The, Birmingham 60 176
'drum and trumpet' plays 53 168, 53 170
Drums of Father Ned, The (O'Casey) 50 53
Drury Lane 58 125­6, 58 129, 58 141­2
    actors
        disputes 63 92, 63 105­6, 63 120
        prosecutions 61 137­40
        strike 1743  52 9
    Aldridge and 61 146
    alterations 1822  50 39­50, 50 46­8
    archives 55 47
    Beard at 62 39
    benefits 1729-1769  50 15­28
    book reviewed 56 132­3
    Captain Cook craze 56 168, 56 170
    cartoon by Cruikshank 54 34
    censorship 1715  41 74
    Choice Spirits' Assembly 55 139
    Cockpit Theatre 42 10, 42 11­12
        playwrights on stage 55 114­15
        Queen's Servants 55 19­20
        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
    Coriolanus at 44 103­13
    Covent Garden performance comparison 62 40­2
    Dibdin Pitt at 53 44
    early nineteenth-century plan 44 39
    financial control 54 24, 54 26, 54 41
    Georgian trade 64 58­81
    Home's Douglas 60 134
    Italian opera 62 9
    Jack Sheppard plays 54 98, 54 102
    Just View of the British Stage, A 62 25­6, 62 35
    Kean at 61 149
    as King's House 47 20, 47 142­3, 47 148­9, 47 151, 47 153­5
    Licensing Act (1737) 60 94
    Love, Emma Sarah 54 146, 54 148, 54 150­1, 54 156, 54 158­60
    melodramas 56 20
    Memo Book reconstruction 45 27­8
    memos to the treasurer 1715-30  45 16­30
    Newdigate newsletters 56 143
    orchestras 61 43­4
    Pálmay at 55 148
    performance dates 55 100­1
    Ray, Edward 56 179
    Recruiting Officer, The 57 5
    at St James's Palace 62 14, 62 16­17
    Schopenhauer's visit 54 60­1
    Slave, The 60 38
    subsidised theatre 56 130
    Theatre Museum acquisitions 46 107
    Theatre Royal 47 157, 47 170
        1698-1699 season 46 155­8
        1746-7 receipts 49 12­26, 49 69­90
        Adelphi challenge 42 118­23
        apron-stage 47 76­9
        Black Eyed Susan 50 155, 50 162, 59 164
        Burney playbills 57 137
        charter 59 160
        chorus 44 27
        Coutts­Smith letters 63 81, 63 83, 63 88­9
        Dioclesian 47 85, 47 93
        dramatic opera 59 25, 59 26, 59 29, 59 34
        early nineteenth century 52 146­50, 52 153
        Faulkner collection 54 54
        Inchbald, Elizabeth 44 64, 44 70
        indenture 1793  59 153
        Kemble's Coriolanus 48 3­10
        legal matters 51 72­4
        Lincoln's Inn Fields challenge 42 23­32, 49 167, 49 171
        Macklin-Garrick riots 52 8­17
        motto 51 125, 51 126, 61 122­8, 61 130
        Pigott's diaries 42 67, 42 71­2
        playbills 51 26, 51 27
        Restoration staging 48 103­15
        riots 1737  59 41­51
        stage machinery 46 128­9, 46 133­4, 46 135
        Tate's Richard II 42 112­15
        Vanbrugh's Aesop 50 137­44
        Winston's diaries 42 134
        Wren's design 49 154, 49 157, 53 127­45, 53 139­45, 55 24­37
    West Country theatre revival 46 119, 46 120
    Wieland as 'The Monkey' 53 118
    see also Bridges Street Theatre Royal
Drury Lane Playhouse, Liverpool 43 12, 43 13
Dryden, John 47 62, 47 64­6, 47 72, 47 74, 47 153
    Albion and Albanius 62 14
    censorship 42 110
    Choice Spirits' Assembly 55 141
    Drury Lane openings 49 18, 49 19, 49 22, 49 76
    Duke's Company staging 47 21, 47 23, 47 25­8, 47 141­2, 47 148
    Evening's Love, An 51 43
    Indian Emperor, The 41 111, 48 153
    Indian Queen, The 47 21, 47 23, 47 26, 47 63, 47 142, 48 113, 57 119
    Kind Keeper, The 47 150
    King Arthur 62 11
    Lincoln's Inn Fields staging 61 13
    Oedipus 47 151, 48 110, 58 96, 61 32­4
    on portraiture 49 160
    portrayed in The Rehearsal 54 140
    on Shakespeare 48 123
    Sir Martin Mar-all 60 76, 62 67, 62 70, 62 72­3
    Spanish Fryar, The 47 151, 49 3
    summer season 42 16
    Tyrannic Love 52 65­90
    United Company staging 48 105, 48 108­10, 48 112­14
    see also titles of works
Dryden, Wheeler 56 179
Du Calion, Peter 57 21
du Maurier, Daphne, Rebecca 52 168, 52 169
du Maurier, Gerald 56 21
Dublin 58 142
    Abbey Theatre 56 16
        business committee papers 56 180
        lectures 52 48
    acting schools 48 149, 48 155
    guild plays 48 95
    Lantern Theatre 58 166
    lost theatres 53 60
    marionette plays 48 19­35
    Peter Street Theatre 58 141
    Pike Theatre 51 56
    Project Theatre 62 170
    Smock Alley Theatre 42 57­62, 52 65­90
    Theatre Royal 50 39
Duchess of Malfi, The (Webster) 48 130, 52 62­6, 53 8, 54 21, 54 64, 58 41, 59 66
    Brandt's production 56 3
    Bristol University programme 59 90, 59 96­101
    congestions on stage 56 107
    orchestras 61 50­1
    stage doors 56 138
Duckenfield, Mr 41 5, 41 17
Duckworth, Joshua 64 177
Ducrow, Andrew 47 5­6, 48 116, 60 168
    death 47 172
    funerary monument 46 164
    statuary ornaments 47 115­16, 47 173
Dudlay, Mdlle 56 129
Dudley
    Archive additions 2009  63 180­1
    Festival of Music, Drama and Dance 55 161
Dudley, Lord 42 51­3
Duenna, The (Sheridan) 42 70, 56 158, 58 146
Dufferin, Lord and Lady 62 81, 62 84
Duffett, Thomas
    Amorous Old Woman, The 47 148
    Empress of Morocco, The 47 148
    Mock Tempest, The 47 148
    Psyche Debauched 47 148
    Spanish Rogue, The 47 148
    summer season 42 17
Duke in Difficulties, A (Taylor) 48 164
Duke of Edinburgh 55 148
Duke of Guise, The (Dryden and Lee) 42 110, 48 108, 48 110
Duke of Holstein's Men 55 17
Duke and No Duke, A (Tate) 47 35, 48 108, 48 111
Duke of York's Theatre 41 99, 64 36, 64 37
Dukes, Ashley 64 131, 64 149
Duke's Company 48 103­4, 52 67, 52 68, 59 21
    1661-82 plays staged 47 21, 47 23­8, 47 141­3, 47 145, 47 147­51
    censorship 42 113, 42 114
    London Stage, The 1660-1700 47 70, 47 83
    Nell Gwyn manuscript bill 62 63­75
    Oedipus: A Tragedy 61 32
    scenery 60 77
    summer season 42 15­19
    Woman Turn'd Bully, The 62 4­6
Duke's House see Dorset Garden Theatre; Lincoln's Inn Fields
Duke's Mistress, The (Shirley) 55 114
Dukinfield theatre programmes 50 54
Dukore, Bernard F., Text and Performance: 'Death of a Salesman' and 'The Crucible' 44 90­3
Dulwich College 41 121
Dulwich Picture Gallery 57 73
Dumb Knight, The (Markham and Machin) 46 76, 46 79­80
Dumb Lady, The (Lacey) 47 23
Dumb Savoyard, The, and His Monkey 53 118
Dumfries Guild of Players and Theatre Royal 49 52
Dumont, Gabriel 46 145, 46 148­54
Dunbar, Robert 60 180
Duncan, Isadora 51 18
Duncan, Ronald 53 53
Dunch, Charles 62 147
Dundas, Henry 64 132
Dundee
    Alhambra 48 53
    Her Majesty's Theatre 41 17
    Repertory Theatre 48 53, 60 180
Dunlap, William 64 91
Dunn, James 60 30, 60 32­8
Dunstable, John 41 87
Dupré, Monsieur 45 66, 49 166
Dürer, Albrecht 57 123, 57 124
D'Urfey, Thomas 47 153
    Cinthia and Endimion 41 70­4
    Don Quixote 59 32
    Fond Husband, A 47 150
    Fool Turned Critic, The 47 148
    Injured Princess, The 47 149
    Madam Fickle 47 150, 47 154, 62 5­6
    Royalist, The 47 143, 47 151, 47 154
    Siege of Memphis, The 47 148
    Sir Barnaby Whigg 47 149
    Squire Oldsapp 47 151
    Trick for Trick 47 149
    United Company staging 48 105, 48 108­10, 48 113­14
    Virtuous Wife, The 47 151, 62 5­6
    Wife Worth a Kingdom, A 51 52
Durham
    Dramatic Society 48 52, 58 167
    Music Festival 50 54
Durrant, Hugh 49 112
Duse, Eleanora 43 141­3
Dutch Courtesan, The (Marston) 44 118­23
Dutch Lover, The (Behn) 47 142, 47 149, 47 152­3
Dutch painters 45 129
Dutch theatre 43 134
    see also Holland
Dutchman's Dream, The (Pitt) 52 38
Dutton, Richard 61 129, 63 3
Dutton, Thomas 43 60, 63 109­10, 63 119
Duval, Charles 63 135­6
Dyce, Alexander 47 105
Dye, David, archive papers 63 181
Dyer, Charles (Raymond) 61 115
Dyer, Mr (theatre lessee) 54 28
Dyer, Philip, The Theatre Museum Unpacks... 42 90­1
Dyer, Robert 53 32, 53 36
Dymkowski, Christine, (R) 47 177­8


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