Left the Stage, or Thornton Worrying Le Roy
Left the Stage, or Thornton Worrying Le Roy is the title of a sketch by an unnamed author(of authors).
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Described as an "(a)musing sketch, arranged for the occasion", Left the Stage, or Thornton Worrying Le Roy was probably an occasion-specific act, created by members of the cast.
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Performance history in South Africa
1866: Performed by the Le Roy-Duret Company, aided by "A Host of Amateur Voluntary Aid", in the Harrington Street Theatre, Cape Town, on 25 October, as part of a benefit for Le Roy. Also on offer were Who Killed Cock Robin? (Matthews), a "Musical Melange" by the Darkie Serenaders and "Mr Percy Howard", a dance ("La Cachuca") by Mrs Brazier and Mrs Luin, and a farewell address by Mrs Duret.
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