The Squaw Man
The Squaw Man, tells the story of a White man who marries an Indian maiden and was first produced as The Squaw Man at Wallack's Theatre by Leibler and Company, New York in 1905, printed in 1906 by them.
Performed with the title A White Man in England, inter alia at The Lyric Theatre, London in 1908.
Translations and adaptations
The play was adapted into a novel called The Squaw Man by Edwin Milton Royle and Julie Opp Faversham, and published by Ardent Media, 1906. Apparently the novel too was published as A White Man in London by Hutchinson, 1908
Performances in South Africa
1908-9: Performed as A White Man by the Leonard Rayne Company , with Leonard Rayne, Freda Godfrey, Cecil Kellaway, Margaretha van Hulsteyn and Clarence Bigge. As usual the tour probably opened at the Standard Theatre, Johannesburg, and went on various cities, including its inclusion in a season of seven plays opening in the Opera House Cape Town in February of 1909.
Richard Wattenberg. 2011. Early-Twentieth-Century Frontier Dramas on Broadway. P. 246
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