A Country Girl
Though its full title is A Country Girl, or Town and Country , it is generally referred to by the shorter title.
The original text
Written by James T. Tanner, with lyrics by Adrian Ross, additional lyrics by Percy Greenbank, music by Lionel Monckton and additional songs by Paul Rubens, the musical opened at Daly's Theatre in London, managed by George Edwardes, on 18 January 1902.
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1903: Performed in the Good Hope Theatre, Cape Town, by a company that included Myles Clifton, Victor Gouriet, Maud Marsland, Gertie Lester and Norah Brocklebank, brought to South Africa by the Wheeler Theatre Company.
1929: Performed by the Krugersdorp Municipal Dramatic and Operatic Society, starring E. Tiffin.
The South African Theatre, Music and Dance 1(1), 1939.
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