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  • Event: MEFISTOFELE II
  • Person:

    author : Maltby, C. A. (C. Alfred), Mr., d. 1901

    composer : Herv, Monsieur, 1825-1892 (real name Florimond Ronger)

    actor : De Gillert, Theodora, Mdlle.

    actor : Bell, Rose, Madame

    actor : St. Quentin, Miss

    actor : Lee, Kate, Miss, fl.1880s

    actor : Leslie, Fred, Mr., 1855-1892 (star of musical comedies and burlesques)

    actor : Turner, Sallie, Miss

    actor : Brough, Lionel, Mr., 1836-1909

    actor : Loseby, Constance, Miss

  • Date: 20.10.1880
  • Brief description: Page 4 of Mr. Milbourne's scrapbook showing costumes from MEFISTOFELE II produced on December 20th, 1880, at the Alhambra Theatre, London. It also partly shows costume details for BILLEE TAYLOR, continued from and detailed on the entry for page 4.
  • Identifier: UKC-SCRAP-MILB.F203528-P4
  • Theatre: Alhambra Theatre, Charing Cross Road & & London & England

Further Details

  • Accession Number: F203528-P4
  • Event: MEFISTOFELE II
  • Associated people:

    author : Maltby, C. A. (C. Alfred), Mr., d. 1901

    composer : Herv, Monsieur, 1825-1892 (real name Florimond Ronger)

    actor : De Gillert, Theodora, Mdlle.

    actor : Bell, Rose, Madame

    actor : St. Quentin, Miss

    actor : Lee, Kate, Miss, fl.1880s

    actor : Leslie, Fred, Mr., 1855-1892 (star of musical comedies and burlesques)

    actor : Turner, Sallie, Miss

    actor : Brough, Lionel, Mr., 1836-1909

    actor : Loseby, Constance, Miss

  • Content person role:

    Molle

    Siebel

    Mefisto

    Soder

    Faust

    Martha

    Valentine

    Marguerite

  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: costume
  • Identity code: UKC/SCRAP/MILB : F203528/P4
  • Part: John Milbourne Theatre Scrapbook
  • Date: 20.10.1880
  • Person: Milbourne, John Cleveland, Mr.
  • Theatre: Alhambra Theatre, Charing Cross Road & & London & England
  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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