The original text
Created by Mrs Cooper, with scenery, "expressly painted and devised" by her husband, Mr R.S. Cooper", and described by a reviewer as "one of the grandest and most clever scenic productions ever witnessed at the Cape".
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Performance history in South Africa
1863: Performed in Port Elizabeth by the newly founded P.E. Dramatic Club and with the help om members of the old Howard and Cooper Company and with scenery built and painted by R.S. Cooper, in the early part of the year, as a benefit for Mrs Cooper, That Affair at Finchley (Coyne) and Still Waters Run Deep (Taylor).
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