Viewing Troupe Record: Prince Charles' Men (1631-1642)

Name, as appears in Primary Sources

Bull Comp.
in event: Clifton's 'The Noble Thief' is licensed to the company at the Red Bull
Bull company
in event: 'The Devil and the Collier,' parts 1 and 2 are licensed to Prince Charles' Men
Bull's Comp.
in event: 'New World in the Moon' licensed to Prince Charles' Men
Fortune Company
in event: 'The Humours of Rome' is licensed for the Fortune company
Prince Charles his Servants
in event: The 1632 quarto of 'Holland's Leaguer' includes a cast list
Princes Company
in event: 'Hogshead' is licensed to Prince Charles' Men
Princes Players
in event: Prince Charles' Men perform several plays at court
Princes Players
in event: Prince Charles' Men perform several plays at Richmond
Princes Players
in event: Several players are sworn in as Prince Charles' Men
Princes Players
in event: Prince Charles' Men perform several plays at court
Princes Players
in event: Hired men of Prince Charles' company are protected by law
Princes Players
in event: William Crome petitions the Lord Chamberlain against Prince Charles' Men
Princes Players
in event: William Crome petitions the Lord Chamberlain against Prince Charles' Men and is answered
Princes Servants
in event: The Master of the Revels receives payment from a benefit performance of 'Hannibal and Scipio'
Red Bull players being the Princes highnes servants
in event: Requests, Salisbury Court vs Brome: Richard Brome responds to the charges
The Princes Players
in event: Several players are sworn in as Prince Charles' Men
The Princes Servants
in event: Thomas Crosfield records theatres and actors of the five main London companies
new Fortunes younger brethren
in event: Leonard Digges commemorates Shakespeare and disparages current playwrights
the Fortune comp.
in event: 'The Doge and the Dragon' is licensed for the Fortune company
the stage-players of the Red Bull
in event: Privy Council vs Prince Charles' Men: The complaint and order concerning 'The Whore New Vamped'
ye Princes Players
in event: Prince Charles Men attend the Court during the Royal Progress

Active Dates

Dates
From: 30 July 1620 To: April 1639 (Source of claim: undefined)

Patrons (Links to REED Patrons and Performances Web Site)

Name
Stuart, Charles (1630-1684/5)

Related Events

Troupe type

  • adult players

Country of origin

  • England