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The Theatre of Shelley

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Jacqueline Mulhallen

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1Front cover: ’Drury Lane’ (detail) by Edward Dayes (1792). Courtesy of the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, San Marino, California.

21 ’Richard III’, engraving by John White from a drawing taken in the theatre by Mr. R. Cruikshank, c. 1824, from Cumberland’s British Theatre, private collection. 28

32 ’Macbeth’, engraving by John White from a drawing taken in the theatre by Mr. R. Cruikshank, c. 1824, from Cumberland’s British Theatre, private collection. 30

43 ’Bernard Blackmantle reading his Play in the Green Room of Covent Garden Theatre’, drawn and engraved by R. Cruikshank, 10 June 1824, from The English Spy (1825). Private collection. 32

54 Scenes from ’La Sylphide’: 4.1 Engraving by T. Williams; 4.2: lithograph from a drawing by A. Laederich, c. 1832. Kind permission of Ivor Guest and Dance Books. 49

65 Covent Garden, 1828, unknown artist, from Fanny Kemble by Dorothie de Bear Bobbé, private collection. 57

76 ’Henry IV Pt I’, engraving by John White from a drawing taken in the theatre by Mr. R. Cruikshank, c. 1824, from Cumberland’s British Theatre, private collection. 58

87 ’Cut wood with bay and mountains’, watercolour, artist uncknown. Grieve Family Collection. Courtesy of Senate House Library, University of London, MS1007/10. Set Design for ’Winter’s Tale’, undated. 63

98 ’The School for Scandal’, wood engraving by Mr. Bonner from a drawing taken in the theatre by Mr. R. Cruikshank, c. 1824, from Cumberland’s British Theatre, private collection. 64

109 ’Eliza O’Neill as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Act II, Scene ii’, lithograph after George Dawe (1781-1829) by F.C. Lewis. By kind permission of The Art Archive/Garrick Club. 86

1110 ’Beatrice Cenci, an etching by W.B. Scott adapted from the painting that in Shelley’s day was commonly attributed to Guido Reni’, from The Cenci, edited by Alfred Forman and H. Buxton Forman (Shelley Society Publications 1886). 89

1211 ’Charles Kemble as Giraldi Fazio’ by Thomas Sully, 1833. Courtesy of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia. Gift of Mrs. John Ford. 106

1312 ’Elliston as George IV’, toy theatre illustration, c. 1820. From David Powell, The Toy Theatres of William West (London: Sir John Soane’s Museum, 2004), p. 54. 126

1413 ’Interior of Westminster Abbey’, toy theatre illustration, c. 1820. From The Toy Theatres of William West, p. 54. 128

1514 ’Mountains’, set design undated. Grieve Family Collection. Courtesy of Senate House Library, University of London, MS1007/409. 164

1615 ’Auguste Vestris’, contemporary print (artist unknown). From Ethel L. Urlin, Dancing, Ancient and Modern (London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1914), p. 140. 171

1716 ’Eastern Palace’, watercolour, set design undated. Grieve Family Collection. Courtesy of Senate House Library, University of London, MS1007/349. 192

1817 ’View out to sea through colonnade’, watercolour, set design undated. Grieve Family Collection. Courtesy of Senate House Library, University of London, MS1007/398. 194

1918 T.P. Cooke, toy theatre illustration, c. 1829, unknown artist, private collection. 196

2019 ’Sea Battle and sailing ships’, watercolour, set design undated. Grieve Family Collection. Courtesy of Senate House Library, University of London, MS1007/350. 198

2120 ’Arlecchino’, 17th century print. From Pierre Duchartre, The Italian Comedy (New York: Dover Publications, 1966), p. 131. 221

2221 ’Punch and Joan’, 18th century woodcuts (artist unknown). From George Speaight Punch and Judy, A History (London: Studio Vista, 1970), p. 67. 224