La Femme à Deux Maris
The original text
First performed at the Théâtre de l'Ambigu-Comique on February 16, 1802 and published as a "mélo-drame en trois actes, en prose et à spectacle" in Paris in 1802.
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1825: Performed in Dutch as De Vrouw met Twee Mannen in Cape Town by Honi Soit qui Mal y Pense on 15 October, with The Liar (Foote), and ending with a large scale ballet (a "Groot Finaal" or "Grand Finale") by the company. The cast for this play consisted of Messrs D. Disant, H. Roselt, C.E. Boniface, M.C. Wolff, F. Waldek, H. Meurant, W. Brandt and P. Biel and Misses C. Roselt and L. Meurant, with additional young dancers , including Messrs J.M. Hancke, H Russouw, P. Theunissen, J. Rouvière, H. de Wet, L. Rouvière, A. Tromp, and Misses J.C. Geyer, C. Rouvière, C. Brink, A. Siegruhn, J. de Jongh, E.A. Geyer and A. Hancke.
Facsimile of 1802 French text, Google eBook
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