An interlude in one act by J.M. Morton. First performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, November 13, 1837. Printed from the prompter's copy in London by Chapman and Hall the same year.
Performance history in South Africa
1846: First performed in the Hope Street Theatre, Cape Town by the All the World's a Stage on Friday, 4 September 1846, with The Brigand (Planché) and Lottery Ticket, or The Lawyers's Clerk (Beazley).
Translations and adaptations
Bosman 1928: pp. 398,415.
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