Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance
The company was brought out to South Africa in early 1892 by Luscombe Searelle with a reprtoiure that included Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare), La Tosca (Sardou), Frou-Frou (Webster), Camille (Heron), David Garrick (Robertson), She Stoops to Conquer (Goldsmith), Hamlet (Shakespeare), As You Like It (Shakespeare). They returned to England toward the end of February after the Exhibition Theatre in Cape Town burnt down, with all their costumes, just before a final performance of As You Like It.
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