Sharp and Flat
The original text
First performed at the Lyceum Theatre, English Opera, on Wednesday, August 4, 1813. Printed for C. Chapple, London in 1813.
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1826: Performed for the first time by the English Comedy on 26 June 1826 in the Cape Town Theatre, as afterpiece to Father and Son, or The Rocks of la Charbonière (Fitzball). Done as a benefit for Mr Whiley.
1829: Performed jointly by the English Theatrical Amateur Company and the Cape Town Amateur Company on 11 July 1829 in the African Theatre, along with The Mayor of Garrett (Foote) and The Sleepwalker, or Which is the Lady? (Oulton).
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