THIRD NIGHT OF Mr. ALEXANDRE,
Whose surprising Performances on MONDAY and TUESDAY Evenings realized
the most sanguine Expectations of the Proprietor: - delighted his admiring
Audience - and justifies the announcement of his extraordinary Exertions
for this and following Evenings.
(Who has never before exhibited in a British Theatre)
have already excited such POWERFUL and EXTRAORDINARY INTEREST, and whom
the united and unbought Suffrage of the DAILY PRESS has pronounced
to possess NO EQUAL IN THE EXPERIENCE OF ANY LIVING INDIVIDUAL! Mr. ALEXANDRE
has obtained the immediate Patronage of the most distinguished Characters,
including ALL the SOVEREIGNS of the Continent; and since his arrival in
this Country, has enjoyed the Sanction of HIS MAJESTY, and several Members
of the ROYAL FAMILY!
This present WEDNESDAY, April 25, 1821,
And Every Evening This Week,
The Performance Will Be Divided into THREE PARTS, in which Mr. ALEXANDRE
will exhibit his amazing Powers of
THE ADVENTURES OF NICODEMUS,
In which Mr. ALEXANDRE will imitate the Planing and Sawing of Wood, the
Striking of a Light, and the Frying of an Omelet.
A Conversation with a Chimney-Sweep,
Whose Voice Becomes Weaker in Proportion as he ascends the Chimney, and
sings when at the Top.
A Conversation between Mr. Alexandre, some One shut up in a Room, and a
Servant in the Cellar.
The Proprietors have the Honor to announce, that they have procured,
at a very considerable Expense, the Services of
The last, who is at the further End of the Cellar, answers the Person
calling him, from a very great Distance, approaches to receive his Orders,
and afterwards his Voice is again lost at the further Part of the Cellar.
In this Scene Mr. ALEXANDRE will sing and drink at the same Moment.
Mr. ALEXANDRE will IMITATE, in
A Conversation with a Man in a Trunk,
The different MODULATIONS of the VOICE, when Opening and Shutting
A CONVERSATION BETWEEN
A Gamekeeper, a Countryman, and his Wife,
During which, Mr. ALEXANDRE will cause the Voice of an infant Child
to be heard, as also those of several Dogs and Cats. The Cry of some Hounds
at a Distance he will also imitate with a
Mr. ALEXANDRE will conclude, with causing
A VOICE to proceed from the STOMACH of any One present,
SINGING THE AIR OF "MALBROOK."
BL Playbills, 329 f.186