The Duke of Killiecrankie

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The Duke of Killiecrankie is a farcical romance in three acts by Robert Marshall (1863–1910)[1]

The original text

Apparently first performed in London in 1904, and its success is said to have "rescued from imminent financial disaster one of the best known managers in London"[2]. Published by Samuel French.

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

1918: Performed by the Marie Tempest touring company at His Majesty’s Theatre in Johannesburg, with a cast also featuring Hilda Attenboro.


New Zealand Herald, 16 October 1915

NZ Truth, 7 October 1916

Rand Daily Mail, 10 June 1919

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