Theatre Notebook Index: vols 41-64 (F)

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Faber, Leslie 53 58
Fabian socialism 64 130­59
Fabian Society 64 138­40, 64 142­4
face-through-curtains entrance 53 10
Fagan, James Bernard 56 10­18
Fagon, Alfred 55 160
Fahrner, Robert, The Theatre Career of Charles Dibdin the Elder (1745-1814) 44 83­5, 44 84
Fair Maid of the West, The 41 103­7
Fair Penitent, The 52 151
Fair Quaker of Deal, The 51 53
Fair, W.B. 53 69­70
Fairbank, Charles 50 139, 51 46
Fairbanks, Douglas Jr. 58 93
Fairbrother, Miss Sydney 54 47
Fairground Archive 51 56
Fairlop Fair 50 30­1
fairs and fairgrounds 58 10
    book reviewed 54 180
    'booth' backcloth 53 10
    Burney playbills 57 139
    dancing monkeys 57 128
    Doggett at 51 147­65
    on frozen Thames 49 94
    ghost shows 43 22
    moral concerns 57 5
    Newdigate Newsletters 56 143­55
    Nottingham 60 99, 60 103
    Southwark 49 95
    Stuart period 49 93, 49 96, 49 97
    theatres at
        Bartholomew Fair 50 32, 50 35, 50 36
        Edmonton Fair 50 32
        Ewell Fair 50 34
        Fairlop Fair 50 30­1
        Richardson's 50 29­38
        Windsor Fair 50 32, 50 33, 50 34
    Wadesmill 58 148
    Wolverhampton 49 97
Fairy Queen, The (Purcell) 57 119, 57 126­8, 57 129, 59 23, 59 29­30
Fairy Queen, The (Settle) 47 74
    at Dorset Garden 47 83, 47 86­8, 47 93
    computer analysis of staging 48 105, 48 109, 48 112, 48 113, 48 114
Faith, Hope and Charity (Hazlewood) 43 20, 47 110
Faithful Friends, The (Fletcher) 46 80
Faithful General, The 51 52
Faithfull, Geoffrey 57 159
'faits historiques' 56 163
Fakenham Little Theatre 56 181
Falconer's Peep O'Day 51 86, 51 91
Falka (opera) 59 161
Falkirk Scientific Film Society 54 63
Fallon, Gabriel 57 159
False Count, The (Behn) 47 151, 47 153
False Delicacy (Kelly) 47 119
Family Jars (pantomime) 63 142, 63 144
Family of Love, The 45 123, 45 127
Famous History of Captain Thomas Stukeley, The 53 163­4
Famous Victories of Henry V, The 55 68, 56 94­7, 58 53
Fane, Francis 47 142, 47 143, 47 148
Fanque, Pablo 47 17, 60 150, 60 169, 63 133, 63 134
Fantasies of Empire (Donohue) 61 56­7
Fantoccini 48 29­30, 48 32, 48 33
farces 60 34­5
    Collette in 63 21, 63 23, 63 27
    Moor Street Adelphi 63 142
    see also individual farces
Farewel Folly (Motteux) 61 122­7
Farini, Guillermo Antonio 51 55, 51 170
    see also Hunt, William Leonard
Farjeon, Herbert 55 159, 56 179
Farjeon, Joan Jefferson 60 180
Farley, Charles 50 99
Farnese Antinous 41 80, 41 80
Farnham, Surrey
    Castle Theatre 55 161, 62 169
    Redgrave Theatre 55 161, 57 30, 57 32, 57 59, 57 65­6
    Repertory Company Ltd 62 169
Farquhar, George
    Beaux' Stratagem, The 42 63­4, 49 14, 49 18, 49 23, 57 66, 58 5
    book reviewed 43 84­5
    Constant Couple, The 43 84­5, 49 6, 49 13, 49 16, 49 19, 51 52, 58 20
    Drury Lane openings 49 13­16, 49 18­19, 49 23, 49 73
    see also Recruiting Officer, The
Farr, Florence 54 62
Farrah, Abd'Elkader 53 107, 53 112
Farrell, Mrs (actress) 62 34, 62 48
Farren, Elizabeth 44 44­5, 47 171, 47 172
Farren, Fred 55 102
Farren, William 54 148
Farrer, Peter, Life of Maurice Pollack, 1885-1918. A Birmingham Actor 53 180
Farringdon, Lord 59 105
Farrington, John 50 113, 50 115
Fatal Discovery, The (anon.) 61 33, 61 123
Fatal Dowry, The (Massinger) 46 79
Fatal Fortune (Miller) 61 108
Fatal Jealousy, The (Payne) 47 25, 47 141, 47 142, 47 149
Fatal Love (Settle) 47 149, 47 153
Fatal Marriage, The (Southerne) 48 109
Fatal Typist, The (Barrie) 45 136
Fate of Eugene Aram, The (Wills) 59 89
Faucit, Helen 44 102, 44 103, 48 65, 48 73, 48 74, 61 35
Faulkner Collection 54 52­9
Faulkner, Rev. John William Harper 54 52, 54 53, 54 54­5
Faust (Gounod) 58 155, 58 157­8, 59 137, 59 159
Faust and Marguerite (marionette play) 48 27
Faust Up To Date (burlesque) 59 158
Faustus (Marlowe) see Doctor Faustus
Fawcett, Eric 58 92
Fawcett, J. 45 81, 63 94, 63 101, 63 111­16, 63 118
Fawkes, Isaac 58 9
Fawkes, Richard, History of the Musical audiobook 56 74­5
Fawn, The 45 123
Fazio (Millman) 61 36­8
Fearon, Mrs 42 65
Featherstone, Ann 60 116
'feats of activity' see jugglers
Feats, Bomelio 57 89­106
Fechter, Charles 46 165­6
Fector, William 58 32
Federation of Entertainment Unions 50 66
Federation of Theatre Unions 49 126
    Theatre Ownership in Britain 54 54
fees
    radio drama 57 17, 57 22
    see also salaries
Feign'd Curtizans, The (Behn) 47 151, 47 153
Felix, Geoff, Conversations with Punch 49 59
Felon's Bond, The (Suter) 50 98
female impersonators 54 31
    see also cross-dressing
Female Parson, The 51 49
female patronage 44 45­7
female performers see actresses
Female Playwrights of the Nineteenth Century (Scullion) 51 171­3
Female Prelate, The (Settle) 42 113, 47 142, 47 149
Female Vertuosos, The (Wright) 48 109, 48 110
feminism 42 128, 47 177­8, 50 62­5
Fenn, Frederick, Girl in the Taxi, The 56 47, 56 48
Fenton, Lavinia 56 72
Fenton, Mr (scene painter) 54 116
Ferman, James 59 170
Fernald, John 56 13
Ferrers, John 45 24
Ferris, Lesley 50 64
    Acting Women: Images of Women in Theatre 46 52­3
Ferzi, Mr 42 68
Festa, The (St John) 45 135
Festival of Britain 1951  57 166
Festival of Drama, Croydon 55 50
Festival Hall see Royal Festival Hall
Festival Theatre
    Cambridge 44 79, 47 168, 51 92­111
    see also Chichester
Festivals and Plays in Late Medieval Britain (Davidson) 62 176­7
Fetcher, Charles 55 83
Feuillerat, A. 56 72
Ffrangçon-Davies, Gwen 53 100­1, 57 162
fictional doors 60 7, 60 23­4
fictional places 63 2­3, 63 5­13
Fidelio (Beethoven) 59 23
Field Day, archive papers 63 182
Field, Sir Frank 59 105
Field, Jonathan, A Methuen Book of Theatre Verse 48 60
Field, Lila 58 166
Field, Moira
    A Methuen Book of Theatre Verse 48 60
    The Lamplit Stage: The Fisher Theatre Circuit 41 91­2, 48 117, 53 19, 56 71
Field, Nathan 55 76, 58 42­3
Field's Knight of Malta, The 54 14, 54 16­17, 56 107­12
Fielding, Harold Lewis, archive papers 63 183
Fielding, Henry
    Drury Lane openings 49 13­14, 49 16­18, 49 20­1, 49 23
    Historical Register for the year 1736... 59 52
    Lottery, The 48 14, 49 16
    Mock Doctor, The 42 70, 54 141
    Tom Thumb 47 30, 47 36­7, 49 13, 50 32, 51 53, 58 146, 59 116
Fielding, Marjorie 56 69
fifteenth-century theatre 45 14­21
    see also individual people, plays and theatres
Figaro in London journal 61 146­8, 61 150­2, 61 159, 61 161­2, 61 164
Filippi, Rosina 45 138, 45 140
Filippo (Herkomer) 62 133
film
    archive papers 63 182, 64 176­7, 64 179
    Bristol University Studies 58 46
    Cosgrave Hall Films 64 177
    Enser's books and plays 58 42
    Herkomer and son 62 140­1
    Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance 62 179
    Miller's experiments 61 109
    Nash's 64 28­48
    programmes 58 92, 58 96­7
    Simla Gaiety Theatre 62 103
    see also cinema
Film Society
    Bracknell 64 176
    Huddersfield and District 62 169
    Jersey 62 170
    Winchester 62 168
Filmer, Edward 52 97, 59 30
finance
    benefit nights 50 16­19
    in early modern England 55 51­2
    English Stage Company 64 162, 64 164, 64 166, 64 171
    Georgian theatre 64 58­81
    Macclesfield Theatre 54 24­42
    minor theatres 43 100­4
    pantomime 60 98­9, 60 101, 60 102­4, 60 106, 60 108­9, 60 111, 60 112­13, 60 114
    Rich's will 64 12­27
    Simla A.D.C. 62 92­8
    touring 55 81­2
    see also economy; revenue from theatres
Finch, Mrs 50 138
Findlater, Richard 54 56
Fine Lady's Airs, The (Baker) 49 22
fines, benefit rules 63 107, 63 112, 63 117, 63 119­20
Finkel, Alicia, Romantic Stages, Set and Costume Design in Victorian England 51 119­20
fire prevention 46 123, 46 127­8, 53 175, 54 36, 61 41­2
Fire Regulations, London 46 107
firearms 57 80­1
Firebird, The 44 39
fires in theatres 44 39
Firework Accidents (Browne) 62 121
fireworks 49 93, 62 121
First Actress, The (St John) 45 135
First English Actresses: Women and Drama, The, 1660-1700 (Howe) 48 57­8
First Night, A 42 99
First Nights: Five Musical Premieres (Kelly) 55 56
First Part of Hieronimo (Kyd) 46 78­9, 46 83
First World War 62 86­7, 63 39­44, 63 52­3, 64 52­3
Fischer, Abraham 42 66
Fischer, Johann Christian 42 68
Fisher (18c. puppeteer) 45 85
Fisher, Celia 46 2
Fisher, Charles 48 117, 53 19
Fisher circuit 41 91­2, 53 19
Fisher, Clara 50 80, 50 81, 50 86
Fisher Collection 56 71
Fisher, David 48 117, 53 19
Fisher, Francis George 60 181
Fisher, James 48 175
Fisher, Judith L., When They Weren't Doing Shakespeare: Essays on Nineteenth-Century British and American Theatre 45 41­5
fit-ups
    books reviewed 54 180
    Dublin 53 60
    musical accompaniment 61 41
    Poel's 46 96­8, 46 97, 53 147­62
    stages 46 96­8, 46 97, 59 65­6, 59 68, 59 70
    twentieth century history 54 180
Fitzball, Edward 50 60
    Floating Beacon, The 45 46
Fitzgerald, Mrs (singer) 51 45
Fitzgerald, Percy 45 16, 45 39, 49 174, 50 109, 61 47
Fitzgerald-Hume, Elizabeth 59 41
    'Rights and riots: footmen's riots at Drury Lane 1737' 59 41­52
Fitzpatrick, Tim 55 59­71, 55 113
    editorial 56 78
    'Hangings, Doors and Discoveries: Conflicting Evidence or Problematic Assumptions?' 54 2­23
    'Playwrights with Foresight: Staging Resources in the Elizabethan Playhouses' 56 85­116
    'Spaces, doors and places in early modern English staging' 63 2­19
Fitzsimmons, Linda 50 65
    (R) 43 141­3, 46 52­3, 46 114­15
    The Yorkshire Stage 1766-1803 45 49­50
FitzSimons, Raymund 44 103
Fitzwilliam, Fanny 42 118­19, 42 121, 60 150, 60 152, 60 155
Fitzwilliam Museum 60 116, 60 117­18
Flamingo Carnival Group 60 176
Flanagan, Bob
    West Norwood Cemetery's Musicians 52 176
    West Norwood's Cemetery Music Hall 53 60
Flanders, Judith, Consuming Passions: Leisure and Pleasure in Victorian Britain 61 116
flanking doors 60 5, 63 4
    hangings in 63 13­16
    see also stage doors
flats, Moor Street Adelphi 63 141
Fleay, F.G. 51 122­3, 61 122, 61 125­6
Flecknoe, Richard, Short Discourse of the English Stage 54 71­2
Fleetwood, Charles 50 17, 51 72­4, 52 8­16, 63 92, 63 121
    footmen's riots 1737  59 42, 59 43, 59 45­6
    receipts 1746-7  49 71, 49 81­5, 49 88
Fleming, Atholl 57 19
Fletcher, Alan J. 44 48
    'Jugglers Celtic and Anglo-Saxon' 44 2­10, 44 5, 44 8
Fletcher, Ifan Kyrle 45 71, 45 77, 49 122­3, 56 78
Fletcher, John 41 108­9, 45 153­6, 59 32
    Beggar's Bush 47 128
    Cupid's Revenge 42 16
    Drury Lane openings 49 20
    Knight of Malta, The 54 14, 54 16­17, 56 107­12
    Mad Lover, The 59 36
    Maid in the Mill, The 53 15
        curtains 54 12, 54 14­16
        revival 54 86­97
    Maid's Tragedy, The 42 111
    Rule a Wife and Have a Wife 42 71
    St. Paul's company 55 127
    stage directions 46 79, 46 80
    stage doors 60 5­6, 60 9­10, 60 15­16
    Two Noble Kinsmen, The 41 101, 41 103­5, 60 73
    Woman-Hater, The 55 114
Flexmore (child actor) 50 80, 50 88
Flintshire Record Office 58 167, 64 176
Floating Beacon, The (Fitzball) 45 46
Flockton, Charles 48 158, 48 160
Flood Tide, The (Raleigh) 56 20, 56 36
floors
    Bushey Theatre 62 131­2
    tilting 59 165­8
Flora (Hippisley) 49 19, 49 20, 49 21, 51 44
Floradora (Hall) 56 20, 56 31­2
    Simla A.D.C. 62 87, 62 113
Flora's Vagaries (Rhodes) 41 111, 47 23
Florence, Politeama Vittorio Emanuele 62 149, 62 155
Florio, Pietro 42 67, 42 69
Flower, Charles E. 47 112
Flowering Cherry 57 29
Floyd, Mr 42 58
fly towers 63 137
Flying High 57 27
Flying Island of La Puta, The: or, Harlequin Gulliver 55 100
flying trapeze 58 161­4
Flynn, Errol 50 60
Fo, Dario, Accidental Death of an Anarchist 64 107­8
Foakes, R.A. 45 122, 45 124, 45 127, 45 129, 56 72
    Illustrations of the English Stage, 1580-1642 41 35­6
    (R) 45 147­9, 47 58­9, 52 51­3
Foley, Archie, More Variety Days... 54 180
Folger Library 58 136, 61 78­9
    Birnam Wood staging 57 107­11
    microfilms 45 96­7
    Westall painting 49 173­6
Follies Variety Club, Southampton 60 178
Folly Theatre, Charing Cross 62 151
Fond Husband, A (D'Urfey) 47 150
Fontane, Theodore, Shakespeare in the London Theatre, 1855-58   54 178­9, 55 47
Fontanne, Lynn 56 21, 60 52­6
Fool Turned Critic, The (D'Urfey) 47 148
Fool's Paradise 57 30
Fool's Preferment, A (D'Urfey) 48 108
Fool's Revenge, The (Taylor) 48 164­5
Foote, Maria 44 57, 54 28, 54 148
Foote, Samuel 41 83, 44 11, 45 80, 52 11
    Garrick on 54 143
    Haymarket Little Theatre 60 94
    Mayor of Garratt, The 62 121
    Pigott's diaries 42 65, 42 66, 42 70
    religious theatre 52 92, 52 93, 52 108
footlights, electric replacement 62 133
footmen's riots 59 41­52
Foppington gestures 42 43­4
Forbes, Derek
    Artist and the Organist, The 60 174
    'Colour and decoration on nineteenth-century playbills' 51 26­41
    'Extant Sketches of T.F. Luppino, Scenic Artist' 58 141­53
    'Jack Sheppard Plays and the influence of Cruikshank' 54 98­123
    'Mons. Gouffe and Man-Monkeys' 53 116­18
    ''Our theatrical attempts in this distant quarter': The British stage in eighteenth-century Calcutta' 61 62­76
    (R) 44 44­5, 44 126, 48 118
    research interests 50 118
    'Simla: amateur theatrical capital of the Raj' 62 76­120
Forbes Magazine 54 43
Forbes, Meriel 57 166
Forbes, Vivian 56 22
Forbes-Robertson, Johnston 54 170, 56 21, 56 126
Forc'd Marriage, The (Behn) 47 25, 60 90
Ford, John
    Broken Heart, The 46 77, 46 79
    Lover's Melancholy, The 46 90
    Love's Sacrifice 46 79, 46 85
    'Tis Pity She's a Whore 46 76
Ford, Onslow 45 39
Ford, Peter, Rings & Curtains: Family and Personal Memoirs 47 117
Forde, Athol 54 49
Forde, Florrie 49 112
Forde, Miss Georgie 47 110
foreign musicians 61 42­3, 61 53
foreign theatrical companies 42 135
forestage
    dancers on 57 126­7
    see also proscenium
Forever Juliet: The Life and Letters of Gwen Ffrangçon-Davies, 1891-1992 (Rose) 57 162
Forgiveness (Carr) 46 62, 46 71
Formby, George 50 177, 53 178
Formosa 50 102
Forrest, Edwin 44 102, 55 78
Forrest Tragedy in Vacunium, A 45 123
Forry, Steven Earl, Hideous Progress: Dramatisations of Frankenstein from Mary Shelley to the Present 45 100­2
Forster Collection 61 63, 61 64
Forster, John 44 113, 47 105
Forsyth, Alison, Get Real: Documentary Theatre Past and Present 64 118­19
Forsyth, Gerald 47 98
Fort, Tim, 'An opening at Leeds in 1873: Tom Taylor's Arkwright's Wife' 48 157­64
Fort William Amateur Dramatic Society, archive papers 63 181
Fort William, India 61 66
Fortune fit-up 59 65
    Poel's 46 96, 46 97, 46 98
    Royalty Theatre 53 147­62
Fortune Hunters, The (Carlile) 48 108
Fortune Theatre 42 12, 44 52, 53 168
    Admiral's Men 55 5
    'Hocus Pocus' 54 130, 54 132­3, 54 136
    Jacobean era 55 15­17, 55 20
    Prince Charles's Men 55 2
    private performances 56 7
    Rhodes at 57 85­6
    stage doors 53 14­17, 55 61, 55 65
    staging resources 56 90
Fortune's Frolic (marionette play) 48 30
Forty Thieves, The
    marionette play 48 20, 48 29
    turn-up 45 81
Fosbrook, Mr 54 60
Foscari, the Doge of Venice 48 117
Foscue's Men 58 53
Foster, Fred 47 109
Foucault, Michael 55 104
'foul papers' (Shakespeare) 63 72­4
Foulkes, Richard 56 10
    'Charles Kean and the Great Exhibition' 58 125­40
    Henry Irving: A Re-evaluation of the Pre-Eminent Victorian Actor-Manager 63 61­2
    Lewis Carroll and the Victorian Stage: theatricals in a quiet life 60 63­5
    (R) 43 83­4, 45 41­5, 46 168­70, 50 57­8, 51 119­20, 56 73­4, 62 174, 64 116, 64 182
    Repertory at the Royal: Sixty-Five years of Theatre in Northampton 47 176­7
    on Ruskin 63 128
    Scenes from the Provincial Stage 49 11, 50 52
    'The French Play in London: the Comédie Française at the Gaiety Theatre 1879' 56 125­31
Foulston, John 56 173, 56 175
Found, Peter, Concise Oxford Companion to the Theatre 48 60
Foundling, The (Moore) 47 119, 47 170
Fountain, Nigel, Lost Empires 60 119
Fouquet, Jean 45 114, 45 118, 45 119, 45 120
Four Prentices of London, The (Heywood) 53 164, 54 20­1, 55 61, 56 88­9
Fourteen Days (Byron) 59 163
Fowler, Jim 59 169, 62 20
Fox, Emilia 56 74
Fox, George D. 61 108
Fox, Harry 53 63, 53 67
Fox, James 59 41
Fox, Mark 55 47
Foxe's Book of Martyrs 53 168
Fragmenta Aulica (Chantry) 47 126, 47 127
Fragson, Harry 57 165
Frame, Ronald 56 180
Frame, Willie 53 75­6
frames
    playbills 51 39­40
    tableaux vivants 63 162, 63 163, 63 172­3, 63 174­6
France
    Captain Cook craze 56 163, 56 165
    Comédie Française 56 125­31
    Compagnie des Quinze 53 97­114, 60 45
    Nancy festival 64 101­2
    Paris Theatres 54 55
    Saint-Denis 53 97­114, 60 46, 60 49­51
    Strasbourg School 53 107
    student protests 64 96, 64 99­100
    Théâtre du Marais 53 127­45, 55 24­37
    Vieux Colombier 53 99
    see also French theatre
Francis, F. Peter 57 26­7, 57 112­13, 57 158
Francisco, Mr 59 25, 59 39
Franconi, Bastien 60 162
Franconi Circus 63 132
Frank Matcham Archive 50 177
Frankenstein 45 100­2, 59 149
Frankfort Fair 48 149
Frankfort Gate Playhouse, Plymouth 53 19
Franko B., archive papers 63 184
Fraser, Donald 61 102
Fraser, F.J. 62 91, 62 110, 62 112, 62 114
Fraser, Williams 64 91­2
Fraser, Winnifred (née Day) 47 49­50
Fratricide Punished 42 39­43, 42 40, 42 42, 42 135
Frayn, Michael
    plays documented 45 38
    Wild Honey 57 63
Fredericks, George 53 69
free admission
    benefits 63 99
    orders 41 55, 63 93, 63 103­4, 63 112, 63 119­20
Free Society 62 20­1, 62 24, 62 48
Freeburn, Robert D.
    'Charles II, the theatre patentees and the actors' nursery' 48 148­56
    research interests 49 53
Freeman, John (actor) 41 74, 49 8, 61 132
Freeman, John (singer) 41 73, 41 74, 42 60, 42 61
Freemasonry 43 69­70, 58 38, 60 171­2, 61 117
Freistadt, Berta 60 177, 64 179
French Conjuror, The (Porter) 47 150, 47 155
French, Emma 58 2
    (R) 58 42­3, 59 115
French Revolution and the London Stage 1789-1805, The (Taylor) 56 132
French, Samuel 59 89
French Stage and Playhouse in the XVII Century, The (Lawrenson) 42 86­7
French theatre
    British and German drama 54 179
    influence on Betterton 47 82­3
    plays 58 126
    video records 43 133
    see also France
Freud, Jill 62 179­80
Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay (Greene) 54 172
Friar Spendleton 55 120
Friel, Brian, archive papers 63 182, 64 178
friendly societies 60 149
Friendship in Fashion (Otway) 47 150
Fringe Festival, Edinburgh 52 48, 54 62
Frinton Arts and Music Society 56 181
Frith, Walter 46 62
    Margaret Catchpole 64 36, 64 37
Frogs, The 45 4
From One Strike To Another (C.A.S.T.) 64 106­7
From Performance to Print in Shakespeare's England (Holland and Orgel) 61 113­14
From Portable Days (Carson) 46 168, 46 170
From Script to Stage in Early Modern England (Holland and Orgel) 60 60­2
frons scenae 53 8­18
    Globe 55 60­71
    iconography 56 86
    prompter's place 55 110, 55 113, 55 115
    stage doors 54 2, 54 9, 56 139
Fry, Christopher 49 50, 49 112
Fulgens and Lucrece 41 93
Full Confessions of a Socialist (C.A.S.T.) 64 105
Fuller, Loie 55 102
Fuller, Rosalinde, archive papers 62 171
funding see finance
Funny Face (Thompson and Smith) 56 62
Furley, Shelagh 60 55
Furse, William 51 159


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