There used to be a teazle
place in the 1960s off Carr Pit Road.
5) What is known is that by 1835, Jean Davenport was playing the Duke of York in Richard III and Rob Roy in a dramatic interpretation of the popular Sir Walter Scott novel; in the year that followed, her repertoire expanded to include comical male and female roles, from Sir Peter Teazle
in The School for Scandal to the deliciously-named Little Pickle from The Spoiled Child (McLean 143-144; Jordan; Ford and Bickerstaff).
She remembers the influence of Siddons and Jordan; the awkward adolescence common to actresses, in which she was 'suspended between Lady Teazle
and Tom Thumb'(135); and the backstage mishaps and comic negotiations with props and costumes.
Achurch first played Lady Teazle
(to Farren's Sir Peter Teazle
and Conway's Charles Surface) in a revival of R.
Only three other stallions have achieved the feat - Sir Peter Teazle
, Waxy and Cyllene - all of whom were born in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Sir Peter Teazle
and his lady, (Susannah Fielding) around whom so much of Sheridan's play revolves are good.
While the gossips are played as the caricature figures they are, Sir Peter Teazle
and Lady Sneerwell introduce touches of pathos that give the comedy depth, and Oliver's machinations have a credibility that other productions could well copy.
We first won the race in 1787, with a horse called Sir Peter Teazle
," says Lord Derby.
10) As Auburn puts it, "Like Sir Peter, The School for Scandal's Lady Teazle
is a character not of the harsher Restoration mold but of Sheridan's eighteenth century" (117).
As a combination of the two, I call you at 40 pounds and retire to hide behind the screen with Lady Teazle
Maria's guardian Sir Peter Teazle
has married a young wife, the splendid Sally Carman who plays the role like Bubble from Ab Fab.
In 1907, Lady Teazle
of the San Francisco Chronicle outlined the lives of rich and dignified women of the Bay Area on her "Society Chat" page.