Charles XII; or, the Siege of Stralsund
by James Robinson Planché. (Also written Charles the Twelfth, Charles XII or Charles the XII.) A historical drama in two acts, which opened at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, on the 11th December, 1828 and performed 1828 – 1829.
Performance history in South Africa
Possibly to have been performed on 11 July 1854 by Garrison Players in 1854, to be followed by A Peculiar Position. Apparently this did not take place due to the illness of the stage manager, but was probably done some time later.
Bosman, 1928: pp. 195, 408, 414
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