Andria (The Girl from Andros)

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Production First performed Venues Companies
Andria (1476) 1476 unknown venue (Florence, Tuscany, Italy)
Andria (1491) 1491 Sala Grande (Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna, Italy)
Andria (1513) 1513 unknown venue (Mantua, Lombardy, Italy)
L'Andrienne (1540) 1540 unknown venue (France)
Andria (1559) 1559 unknown venue (Oxford, County of Oxfordshire, England)
The Buggbears (1564 - 1569) 1564 British Museum, Lecture Theatre (London, Greater London, England)
Andria (1566) 1566 Schola Bergensis, Bergen Cathedral School (Bergen, Hordaland Fylke, Norway) Schola Bergensis [The Cathedral School, Bergen]
Andria (1609 - 1610) 1609 Trinity College (Cambridge, County of Cambridgeshire, England) University of Cambridge (Trinity College)
Andria (1693) 1693 unknown venue (Rudolstadt, Free State of Thuringia, Germany)
Andria (1697) 1697 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1711) 1711 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1725) 1725 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1735) 1735 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1740) 1740 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1744) 1744 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1752) 1752 Charterhouse School (Godalming, County of Surrey, England) Charterhouse School
Andria (1752) 1752 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1756) 1756 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1758) 1758 Reading Grammar School (Reading, Borough of Reading, England) Reading Grammar School
Andria (1760 - 1762) 1760 Newcome's Academy, Hackney (London, Greater London, England) Newcome's Academy, Hackney, London
Andria (1761) 1761 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1765) 1765 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1770) 1770 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1775) 1775 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1780) 1780 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1785) 1785 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1792) 1792 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1798) 1798 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1802) 1802 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Die Fremde aus Andros (1803 - 1804) 1803 Hoftheater (Weimar, Free State of Thuringia, Germany)
Andria (1806) 1806 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1810) 1810 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1811) 1811 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1815) 1815 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1821) 1821 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1825) 1825 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1831) 1831 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1835) 1835 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1840) 1840 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1845) 1845 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1850) 1850 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1856) 1856 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1862) 1862 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1866) 1866 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1871) 1871 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1875) 1875 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1880) 1880 Radley College (Abingdon, County of Oxfordshire, England) Radley College, Oxfordshire
Andria (1880) 1880 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Andria (1883 - 1884) 1883 Radley College (Abingdon, County of Oxfordshire, England) Radley College, Oxfordshire
Andria (1885) 1885 Westminster School (London, Greater London, England) Westminster School, London
Translation Year Contributors
Andria (1541) 1541 Charles Estienne
Andria latino-gallica (1558) 1558
Andrie (1555) 1555 Bonaventure Des Périers (1501-1544)
Comédies de Térence, traduction nouvelle (1860) 1860 Eugène Talbot (1814-1894)
Comédies de Térence, traduite du françois, avec le Latin à coste, et rendues très honnestes en y changeant fort peu de choses. Pour servir à bien entendre la Langue Latine et à bien traduire en François (1647) 1647 Louis Isaac Lemaistre de Sacy (1613-1684) AKA aka Saint-Aubin
Les Comédies de Térence, traduction nouvelle avec le latin à côté (1771) 1771 Guillaume Antoine Lemonnier
Les Comédies de Térence, traduites en françois, avec des remarques (1688) 1688 Anne Dacier
Les sis (sic) Comédies de Terence, Tres-Excellent Poete Comique, mises en Françoys, en faveur des bons espritz, studieus des antiques Recreation (1566) 1566 Charles Estienne, Jean Bourlier
Les six comédies de Térence en latin et françois de la traduction de M. de M. avec des remarques (1659) 1659 Michel de Marolles
Première comédie de Térence, intitulée l'Andrie, nouvellement traduicte de Latin en François, en faveur des bons esprits, studieux des antiques recréations. (1542) 1542 Charles Estienne
Térence, Comédies (1942) 1941 Jules Marouzeau (1878-1964)
Terentius in quem triplex edita est P. Antesignanis Rapistagensis commentatio. Edition Triplex Andrienne, Eunuque et Heautontimorumenos (1560) 1560 Pierre Davantès AKA Petrus Antesignanus
Théâtre complet de Térence traduit en vers (1862) 1862 Auguste de Belloy (1815-1871)
Théâtre complet des Latins, comprenant Plaute, Térence et Sénèque le Tragique, avec la traduction en français (1844) 1844 Andrieux, A. François, Alfred Magin, Th. Savalète, Pierre Jean-Baptiste Choudard Desforges (1746-1806), Désiré Nisard
Théâtre complet des latins, par J.B. Levée ancien professeur de rhétorique et de littérature et par feu l'abbé Le Monnier, augmenté de dissertations, etc par MM Amaury Duval de l'Académie des Inscriptions et Alexandre Duval de l'Académi... (1820) 1820 Jérôme-Balthazar Levée, Guillaume Antoine Lemonnier
Therence en francois, prose et rime, avecques le latin (1500) 1500 Gilles Cybille, Guillaume Rippe
Traduction des extraits de Plaute et de Térence à l'usage des élèves de l'école royale militaire (1778) 1778 Charles Batteux (1713-1780), Pierre Chompré (1698-1760)
Source Date Format Held at APGRD
Andria 1968 Synopsis archive
Andria of Terence 1931 Programme archive
Andria: with English Notices to Assist the Representation, for the Use of the School of the Oratory 1889 Book
Charterhouse 1900 Photocopy archive
Contributi dell' Istituto di Filologia Moderna. Vol.1 1968 Book
Des Tragiques aux Farceurs: Deuxième Voyage Dans le Théâtre Français, 1550-1629 2002 Book
Die Rezeption der Komödien des Plautus und Terenz im 19. Jahrhundert 1988 Book
Early Plays from the Italian 1911 Book
Email from Anne Seaton to Amanda Wrigley 2006 Print-out archive
Email from Clare Sargent to Peter Brown 2005 Print-out archive
Email from Peter Brown to Amanda Wrigley 2004 Print-out archive
Email from Tove Jensen Holmas to Isobel Hurst 2003 Print-out archive
Garrick and the Private Theatres: With a List of Amateur Performances in the Eighteenth Century 1943 Print-out archive
Historical note: new Prologues and Epilogues 1923 Photocopy archive
Inszenierung der Antike: das Griechische Drama auf der Bühne der Neuzeit 1991 Book library
King's School, Canterbury 1999 Correspondence archive
La Commedia 1911 Book
Last night Terence's comedy … 1752 Photocopy archive
Letter from Marjorie Pattle to David Gowen 2000 Correspondence archive
Lusus Alteri Westmonasterienses sive Prologi et Epilogi ad Fabulas in Sti. Petri Collegio Actas. Vols 1-3 1863 Book
Note from Katherine Geffcken 1997 Correspondence archive
Plautus, spätere Bearbeitungen plautinischer Lustspiele 1886 Book
Scene from the Westminster play - Terence's Andria 1880 Newspaper cutting archive
Terence: The Comedies. Translated with Introduction and Explanatory Notes 2006 Book library
Terenti Andria 1968 Programme archive
Terenti Andria 1935 Programme archive
The Andria of Terence 1922 Programme archive
The Andria of Terence as It is Performed at the Royal College of St Peter, Westminster 1922 Book archive
The History of the Greek and Roman Theatre 1970 Book
The Illustrated London News 1846 Newspaper
The London Illustrated News. No.1686 (30 December 1871) 1871 Newspaper archive
The Nature of Roman Comedy: A Study in Popular Entertainment 1952 Book
The Record of Old Westminsters. Vol.4 A Biographical List of All Those ... at Westminster School from Play 1919 to Election 1989 1992 Book
The School Drama in England 1929 Book
The Westminster Play 1850 Newspaper cutting archive
University Drama in the Tudor Age 1966 Book library