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  1. Tate Wilkinson (27 October 1739 – 16 November 1803) was an English actor and manager . Contents 1 Life 2 Company 3 Notes 4 References Life [ edit] He was the son of a clergyman and was sent to Harrow . His first attempts at acting were badly received, and it was to his wonderful gift of mimicry that he owed his success.

    • Early Interest in The Stage
    • Yorkshire Theatre Circuit
    • Theatre Censorship

    Tate was educated by a series of tutors before going to Harrow School at the age of 13 with his friend George Forbes, the son of Lord and Lady Forbes. He first set foot on the stage in a school play having rejected a commission in the Army which had been offered by Jonas Hanway, an acquaintance of his mother. He had long entertained an interest in ...

    The first York Theatre was built by Thomas Keregan on the site of the medieval St Leonard’s Hospital. It opened on 1 October 1734. On the death of Thomas in December 1741, his widow ran the theatre with mixed success. Joseph Baker took over the management when Mrs Keregan died in December 1744 and, by 1747, had established a highly organised and ti...

    The Prime Minister, Robert Walpole, concerned that political satire on the stage was undermining him and the authority of the government, instigated the Licensing Act of 1737 which introduced the censorship of drama. In future the Lord Chamberlain would vet all scripts before a performance was allowed. This had enormous consequences for theatres in...

  2. Tate Wilkinson (1739—1803) actor and theatre manager Quick Reference (1739–1803) English actor and manager. A highly skilled mimic, Wilkinson was sacked from John Rich's company because of his indiscreet imitations on stage of Peg Woffington. Lacking sensitivity—and possessing an ...

  3. TATE WILKINSON (1739-1803), English actor and manager, was born on the 27th of October 1739, the son of a clergyman. His first attempts at acting were badly received, and it was to his wonderful gift of mimicry that he owed his success.

  4. 28/08/2007 · Tate Wilkinson #5 Pacific Coast Academy U15 Prep / CSSHL U15 - 21/22 Submit Photo Submit Transfer 139 Tweet Enter Edit Mode Request to Update Facts & Stats Player Facts Date of Birth Aug 28, 2007 Position D Age 14 Height 5'9" / 174 cm Place of Birth Duncan, BC, CAN Weight 159 lbs / 72 kg Nation Canada Shoots L Youth Team - Contract -

  5. 24/07/2020 · TATE WILKINSON ESQ. original Patentee and 34 years Manager of the THEATRE ROYAL YORK, which he conducted with credit to himself and to the satisfaction of the Public. He died on 25th August 1803 in the 63rd Year of his age. He was an affectionate Husband, an indulgent Father and an honest Man.

  6. 28/12/2020 · WILKINSON, TATE (1739–1803), actor, the son of the Rev. John Wilkinson, D.D., and his wife, Grace Tate, the daughter of an alderman of Carlisle, was born on 27 Oct. 1739. His father, a chaplain to the Savoy and to Frederick, prince of Wales, was rector of Coyty in Glamorganshire, and had other preferment.