FRENCH'S
AMERICAN DRAMA.
The Acting Edition

No. CXX.

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UGOLINO.


A TRAGEDY IN THREE ACTS.


BY JUNIUS BRUTUS BOOTH.


TO WHICH ARE ADDED,
A Description of the Costume—Cast of the Characters—Entrances and Exits
Relative Positions of the Performers on the Stage, and the whole of the
Stage Business.


AS NOW PERFORMED AT ALL THE PRINCIPAL
THEATRES IN THE UNITED STATES.


NEW-YORK:
SAMUEL FRENCH,

121 NASSAU STREET

Cast of the Characters,—(Ugolino),
AS PERFORMED AT THE

National, N.Y.
1840.

Bowery, N.Y.
1834

The Doge of Venice, –   –   –    Mr. Anderson. Mr. McClure.
Marquis de Monteno, –   –   –    " James. " Collins.
Marquis de Serassi, –   –   –    " Bannister. " Ingersol.
Count Orsino –   –   –    " Flynn.
Count Caliari, –   –   –    " Gilbert. " Lennox.
Count Ugolino, –   –   –    " J. R. Scott. " J. R. Scott
First Merchant, –   –   –    " Baker. " Addis.
Second Merchant, –   –   –    " Nelson. " Lewis.
Servant, –   –   –    " Stafford. " Lewis.
Olympia, (Countess de Bertoldi), –   –   –    Miss Randolph. Mrs. Herring.
Angelica, (disguised as a page under the name of Julio), –   –   –    Mrs. Flynn. Mrs. Flynn.

Senators, Nobles, Maskers, Servants, Guards, &c, &c,

Costume.—Ugolino.

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UGOLINO.—Black and scarlet dress
DOGE OF VENICE.—Ducal full dress.
MARQUIS DESERASSI.—Gay and silver.
MARQUIS DE MONTENO.—Black dress.
COUNT ORSINO.—Green and gold shape.
COUNT CALIARI.—Light blue shape.
FIRST MERCHANT.—Plain shape.
SECOND MERCHANT.—Ditto.
SERVANT.—Brown shape.

OLYMPIA.—White dress.
ANGELICA.—Dress of a page.

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STAGE DIRECTIONS.

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EXITS AND ENTRANCES.


L. means First Entrance, Left. R. First Entrance , Right. S. E. L. Second Entrance, Left. S. E. R. Second Entrance, Right. U. E. L. Upper Entrance, Left. U. E. R. Upper Entrance, Right. C. Centre. L. C. Left of Centre. R. C. Right of Centre. T. E. L. Third Entrance, Left. T. E. R. Third Entrance, Right. C. D. Centre Door. D. R. Door Right. D. L. Door Left. U. D. L. Upper Door, Left. U. D. R. Upper Door, Right.

The Reader is supposed to be on the Stage, facing Audience.

Contents

This work was published before January 1, 1928, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.