No Song, No Supper
No Song, No Supper is an operatic afterpiece in two acts, with a libretto by Prince Hoare (1755 – 1834) and music by Stephen Storace (1762 – 1796).
The original text
The first performance was at the Drury Lane Theatre in London, on April 16, 1790 as a benefit performance.
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1818: Presented in Cape Town on 31 January by the Gentlemen Amateurs in the African Theatre, with Mrs Cooke in the role of "Magrietta". It was played as an afterpiece to Lovers' Vows (Inchbald/Kotzebue).
Facsimile text of No Song, No Supper
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