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He was apparently the leading figure of the [[73rd Regiment]]'s theatrical endeavours in the period 1850 to 1855, and the company is frequently referred to as [[Captain Hall's Company]].  He himself was one of their main performers in the period 1850-52.  
 
He was apparently the leading figure of the [[73rd Regiment]]'s theatrical endeavours in the period 1850 to 1855, and the company is frequently referred to as [[Captain Hall's Company]].  He himself was one of their main performers in the period 1850-52.  
  
(For the plays he appears to have been involved in, see '''[[Captain Hall's Company]]''')
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Among the roles specifically mentioned are "Iago" in ''[[Othello]]'' (1851),
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(For the other plays he may have have been involved in as leader of the company and actor, see '''[[Captain Hall's Company]]''')
  
  

Revision as of 05:40, 23 June 2015

Captain Hall (18**-18**) was an officer in the 73rd Regiment, stationed in Cape Town, and an active member of the Garrison Players.

He was apparently the leading figure of the 73rd Regiment's theatrical endeavours in the period 1850 to 1855, and the company is frequently referred to as Captain Hall's Company. He himself was one of their main performers in the period 1850-52.

Among the roles specifically mentioned are "Iago" in Othello (1851),


(For the other plays he may have have been involved in as leader of the company and actor, see Captain Hall's Company)


Sources

F.C.L. Bosman, 1928[1]: p. 398-413, 405, .

Jill Fletcher, 1994


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