• Kirk Jenkins

Much Ado About Louisville, 1836


From the Louisville Courier-Journal, October 15, 1836


Caldwell’s Theatre,


Jefferson Street


Mrs. Hunt’s Benefit


This Evening, October 15, 1836


Will be presented Shakespeare’s Comedy of:


MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING


Don Pedro Mr. Bannister,

Don John “ Corri,

Claudio “ De Bar,

Benedict (sic) “ Field,

Leonato “ Maynard,

Borachio, “ Dennison,

Conrad, “ Pacaud,

Dogberry, “ De Camp,

Virges, “ Mason,

Seacold, “ Bocaye,

Sexton, “ Relyea,

BEATRICE, Mrs. Hunt,

Hero, “ Minnich,

Margaret, “ Kindock,

Ursula, “ Davison.


After which,


DUETTO – Flute and Harp


Signior Krakamp and Mr. Trust. Introducing several favorite airs, arranged by Eohn and

Bochsa.


Song – “Dame the Sacred Scotland.”


Mrs. Kinlock.


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