|Repository||Derbyshire Record Office|
|Archive Reference / Library Class No.||D5459/1/4/10|
|Title||A Midsummer Night's Dream. Act 4th. Scene 1st|
|Description||A scene from the play. Available on CD 157.|
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|Artist||Woodward, George Murgatroyd (?1765-1809)|
|Archive Creator||George Murgatroyd Woodward (1765-1809), artist and writer|
|Further Information||G. M. W. Invt. Auugust 1782.|
"Bottom / Where's Peaselblossom?
Peaselblossom / Ready
Bottom / Scratch my head Peaselblossom"
There was a series of performances at the Haymarket in the summer season of 1777.
|Physical Description||Coloured drawing. Size 290 x 207 mm. Portrait.|
|RelatedMaterial||See D5459/1/34/5 for Parsons in the part of Bottom.|
|Publication Note||London Stage.|