AN ADAPTATION OF AURORA
FLOYD BY WILLIAM E. SUTER
BASED ON THE NOVEL BY MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON
First performed at the Queen's Theatre, London, 4 April 1863.
Aurora Floyd: A Drama in Two Acts
Adapted from Miss Braddon's popular Work of the same title
William E. Suter, Esq.,
The Pirates of the Savannah, Idiot of the Mountain, Syren of Paris,
Angel of Midnight, Old House on the Bridge, Outlaw of the Adriatic,
Sarah's Young Man, A Quiet Family, John Wopps,
Rifle Volunteer, Brother Bill and Me, Lady Audley's Secret, & c., & c.
Published by Thomas Hailes Lacy, 89 Strand, London.
First performed at the Queen's Theatre (under the management of Mr. C.
on Saturday, the 4th day of April, 1863.
John Mellish (a wealthy Yorkshire gentleman): Mr. J. Green
Talbot Bulstrode (his friend): Mr. Fortune
James Conyers (groom, jockey, & trainer): Mr. Thomas Sennett
Maddison (a magistrate): Mr. Anderson
Stephen Hargreave, alias "The Softy" (stable help): Mr. Charles Sennett
Aldrobrand Grub (a gentleman's gentleman): Mr. W. H. Whitton
Aurora Floyd (a banker's daughter): Miss Marion Jackson
Lucy (Talbot's wife): Miss Emily Slade
Mary Merrithought (a domestic servant): Mrs Harrison
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