Marriage at any Price
The original text
First performed at the Royal Strand Theatre, London on 28 July 1862.
Published in 1862 as Volume 55 of Lacy's Acting Edition of Plays (London) and as Issue 63 of De Witt's acting plays (New York.
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1862: Performed as Marriage at any Price by Clara Tellett and her company in the Theatre Royal, Cape Town, on 15 December, with It's Never too Late to Mend, or Gold, Gold, Gold (Reade). The performance given as a benefit for James Leffler, held under the patronage of the Governor's wife, Lady Wodehouse, and R. Southey, the Colonial Secretary.
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