The Warlock of the Glen
The original text
It appears to have been a popular melodrama and one of the works that launched the interest in Gothic literature.
First performed in the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, on 2 October, 1820.
Published in London J. Duncombe & Co., 1820(?); Samuel French in 1850 and W. V. Spencer in 1855(?) (as no CXIV of Spencer's Boston Theatre).
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1867: Performed on 4 April , in association with Mrs Cooper, as part of a "Dramatic and Gymnastic Display" done as a benefit for J. Stonely by the 9th Regiment in the Theatre Royal, Cape Town. Also performed was new pantomime by Stonely called The Courtier and the Shoemaker.
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