Miss Stephens and Mr. Leoni Lee in ‘Rob Roy’, at the Theatre Royal, in November 1822
Advertised on page 3 of the Glasgow Herald, Friday the 8th November 1822: At the Theatre Royal, Queen Street, on that day, the National Opera of Rob Roy, with Mr. Leoni Lee as Francis Osbaldistone. In this role he would introduce the songs called Caledonia, Land of Glory and Scots wha ha’e. Rob Roy was played by Mr. Calcraft; Bailie Nicol Jarvie by Mr. Mackay; and Diana Vernon, by Miss Stephens. Miss Stephens was to sing, in character: Ah! Would it were my Humble Lot; The Highland Laddie; and Charlie is my Darling.
She and Mr. Lee would sing “Duets to the Favourite National Airs of Roy’s Wife of Aldivalloch and Ye Banks and Braes.”
Tickets were available from Mr. Finlay, Carver and Gilder, 622 Argyle Street, Glasgow.