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S. Clark show. Both dancers are recorded on the company lists of the Aungier Page 16 Street Theatre in 173435 and they danced also at the Rainsford Street Theatre that season and the following one, 173536. In 173637 they were at the Smock Alley Theatre. " He and his father returned to Aungier Street in 173738 and on 16 September 1737 danced, together with Delamain, Moreau, and Peg Woffington. Father and son were also at Aungier Street the following two seasons. On 1 May 1741 "Master Pitt, lately arrived from Ireland," presented a Scotch dance and a Wooden Shoe Dance at Covent Garden Theatre in London.
He was again in London on 6 October 1746, playing Chamont in The Orphan at the New Wells, May Fair, for his benefit. On the sixteenth he appeared at Southwark as Aimwell in The Stratagem. From 27 October to the middle of November he was at the Goodman's Fields Theatre, acting Alvarez in The Revenge, a Recruit in The Recruiting Officer, Aimwell, Omar in Tamerlane, Jeremy in Love for Love, Freeman in A Bold Stroke for a Wife, Trueman in The London Merchant, Martin in The Anatomist, and Hubert in The Royal Merchant.
The dates of birth and death of Pietro and his brother Giovanni are not known; their brother Nicola, who was born in Florence in 1765 and died in Vienna on 1 January 1815, married Fortunato Conti; another brother, Pasquale, who was born at Florence in 1766 and died in Vienna on 21 April 1817, married Anna Pitsch, by whom he had a daughter Carolina, named after her aunt by marriage, the dancer Carolina Pitrot, wife of our subject Pietro Angiolini. Angiolini was dancing with Giuseppe Banti's company in Sienna and Lucca in 1776.