Viewing Troupe Record: Prince Charles' Men (c1609-1625)

Name, as appears in Primary Sources

Duke of York's Men
in event: London Consistory, Newton vs Waters: Hattrell deposes
Duke of York's Men
in event: London Consistory, Newton vs Waters: Duke deposes
Duke of York's Men
in event: London Consistory, Newton vs Waters: Newton responds
Duke of York's Men
in event: London Consistory, Newton vs Waters: Waters responds
Duke of York's Men
in event: London Consistory, Newton vs Waters: Hackleton deposes
Duke of York's Men
in event: John Newton marries Joan Waters
Prince's Company
in event: 'The Four Sons of Amon' is licensed to Prince Charles' Men
Princes Company
in event: 'A Fault in Friendship' is licensed to Prince Charles' Men
Princes Company
in event: John Webster's 'A Cure for a Cuckold' is licensed to Prince Charles' Men
Princes Company
in event: 'The Parricide' is allowed to the Prince's Men
Princes Company
in event: Rowley's 'Fool without Book' is licensed pending revisions
Princes Players
in event: Day and Dekker's 'The Belman of Paris' is licensed for Prince Charles' Men at the Red Bull
Princes Servants
in event: 'The Child hath found his Father' is licensed to the Prince's Men at the Curtain
Princes men
in event: Robert Browne seeks employment for a player's wife from Alleyn
Princes servants
in event: 'The Peaceable King' is licensed for the Prince's Men
The Chamber of our Dread Soveraigne Lord King Charles--Comaedians
in event: The King's Men and Prince Charles' Men are allowed cloth to wear in King James' funeral procession
company of the Dukes plaiers
in event: London Consistory, Newton vs Waters: Addison deposes
other Companyes
in event: Requests, Smith vs Beeston: King deposes; Queen Anne's men split up
other companies
in event: Requests, Smith vs the Queen's Men: Smith states his case
some of the sharers
in event: 'The Escapes of Jupiter' is allowed to another company despite having belonged to the Cockpit company
the Prin: comp:
in event: 'The Widow's Prize' is licensed to Prince Charles' Men pending revision
the Prince his highnesse Seruants
in event: Prince Charles' Men perform Middleton and Rowley's 'A Fair Quarrel' before the King, and publicly
the Prince his players
in event: Royal messengers carry messages to Prince Charles' Men at the Curtain
the Prince's Company
in event: 'The Madcap' is licensed to Prince Charles' Men
the Prince's Company
in event: Herbert licenses an additional scene for 'The Virgin Martyr'
the duke of yorck[es] Company
in event: London Consistory, Newton vs Waters: Ireland deposes
the princes servants
in event: Prince Charles' Men perform 'A Vow and a Good One' at Whitehall
the service of the most noble Prince Charles
in event: Requests, Smith vs Beeston: Beeston replies

Active Dates

Dates
From: 15 December 1605 To: 15 September 1624 (Source of claim: undefined)

Patrons (Links to REED Patrons and Performances Web Site)

Name
Stuart, Charles (1600-1648/9)

Notes

Notes
AKA Duke of York's Men before 1612

Related Events

Troupe type

  • adult players

Country of origin

  • England