The Man of Forty
The original text
First performed at the Theatre Royal, Manchester, on 27 October, 18989, and the revised version by George Alexander at the 28 March - 6 July 1900 at the St James Theatre, London, the latter then produced in the USA by Daniel Frohman at Daly's Theatre, New York, playing from 26 November to 20 December, 1900.
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1901: According to D.C. Boonzaier's reminiscences (1923), The Man of Forty was performed by the Sass and Nelson Company in the Opera House, Cape Town, as part of a season of plays that commenced on 11 May.
J.P. Wearing. 2013. The London Stage 1900-1909: A Calendar of Productions, Performers, and Personnel. (Second, revised edition, p. 11). Scarecrow Press, Google E-book
Lucie Sutherland. 2020. George Alexander and the Work of the Actor-Manager. Palgrave Studies in Theatre and Performance History. Springer Nature 
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