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  1. The Fair Quaker of Deal is a 1710 comedy play by the British writer Charles Shadwell. A popular hit running for thirteen nights, it was revived a number of times. The original Drury Lane cast included Barton Booth as Worthy, George Pack as Mizen, George Powell as Rovewell, Thomas Elrington as Cribidge, John Corey as Easy, John Freeman as ...

  2. The Victim is a 1714 tragedy by the British writer Charles Johnson.. The original Drury Lane cast included Robert Wilks as Agamemnon, Barton Booth as Achilles, Theophilus Keene as Ulysses, John Mills as Menelaus, Lacy Ryan as Arcas, Christopher Bullock as Euribartes, Frances Maria Knight as Clytemnestra, Mary Porter as Iphigenia and Anne Oldfield as Eriphile.

  3. The Drummer (play) The Drummer. (play) The Drummer is a 1716 comedy play by the British writer Joseph Addison, also known as The Drummer, or, The Haunted House . It ran for three nights at the Drury Lane Theatre. It was the only new play staged at the theatre during that season. The cast featured Robert Wilks as Sir George Trueman, Anne ...

  4. The What D'Ye Call It is a 1715 farce by the British writer John Gay. It was written as a parody of tragic plays, with particular reference to Thomas Otway 's Venice Preserv'd . It was originally performed as an afterpiece with Nicholas Rowe 's tragedy Jane Shore at Drury Lane, the cast including Benjamin Johnson, Henry Norris, Richard Cross ...

  5. The Traitor (often spelt as The Traytor) is a 1718 tragedy by the British writer Christopher Bullock. It was a revised version of the 1631 play of the same title by James Shirley. It was Bullock's only effort to write tragedy, as his other works were all farces . It was staged at the Lincoln's Inn Fields Theatre with a cast that included John ...