(Evans; Children of Windsor; Boy; Postmaster’s Boy)Welsh
Hugh Evans, dressed as a satyr, marshals his procession of schoolchildren disguised as fairies, reminding them of their role. (1 line)
Enter Evans like a satyr and others as fairies.
Trib, trib, fairies; come, and remember your parts. Be pold, I pray you. Follow me into the pit, and when I give the watch-ords, do as I pid you. Come, come, trib, trib.