A Morning Call
For some unknown reason listed in the Index by F.C.L. Bosman (1980: p.521) as A Morning Call, or The Snowed-Up Fox Hunter and occasionally also referred to as The Morning Call in the body of his publication.
The original text
A play for two performers, it was first performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, by Her Majesty's servants, on Monday, March 17th, 1851.
Published by Samuel French as No LVII of The Minor Drama series (c.1862).
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1875: Performed as The Morning Call in the Bijou Theatre, Cape Town, by Disney Roebuck's company on 4 September, with Little Emily, or The Ark on the Lands (Halliday) and a recital by Miss Berenger. The evening a benefit for Sutton Vane.
1877: Performed as The Morning Call by Disney Roebuck and company in the Theatre Royal, Cape Town, on 26 September, with Jessie Brown, or The Relief of Lucknow (Boucicault) and Aladdin, or The Wonderful Woman (Byron?).
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