Gale Breezely, or The Tale of a Tar
Also found as Gale Breezely! or, The Tale of a Tar
The original text
First performed at the Royal Surrey Theatre, London, in 1845 and published by Thomas Hailes Lacy, London. Also performed at Pavilion Theatre, London, in 1850 and 1855.
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1861: Performed as Gale Breezely, or The Tale of a Tar on 15 January under the auspices of the Cape Town Dramatic Club in the Cape Town Dramatic Club Theatre, with The Bride of Abydos, or The Prince, The Pearl and The Pirate (Byron). The evening a joint benefit for Mrs. C. Fraser and Mr. H. Seymour.
Catalogue entry for John Sheridan's promptbook, Princeton Library
"The Family of John & Eliza Southbeer", a family album, Karen Photographs website (Accessed 2018-05-14: 05h40)
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