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The Apple Cart

A Political Extravaganza

FORBHREATHNÚ

  • Drámadóir

    George Bernard (GB) Shaw 

  • Suíomh

    The Royal Palace, sometime in the future.

  • Cinéal Dráma

    Drámaí Ginearálta

    Líon na Míreanna

    Dráma Fada

  • Méid na Fóirne ( Fireann)

    10

  • Méid na Fóirne (Baineann)

    5

CÉAD LÉIRIÚ

  • Dáta an Chéad Léirithe

    19 Lúnasa 1929

  • Nótaí faoin Léiriú

    'The Apple Cart' was first produced in Polish at the Teatr Polski in Warsaw in June 1929. The Malvern Festival production listed here was the first performance of the play in English.

  • Leiriú

  • Ionad an Chéad Léirithe

  • Nótaí faoin Ionad

    Presented at the Festival Theatre, Malvern.

Foireann An Chéad Léirithe  
Mr Vanhattan, the American Ambassador James Carew
Lysistrata, the Powermistress General Eileen Beldon
Pamphilius, a private secretary to the King Wallace Evennett
Sempronius, a private secretary to the King Scott Sunderland
Boanerges, President of the Board of Trade Matthew Boulton
Magnus, King of England Cedric Hardwicke
Alice, the Princess Royal Eve Turner
Proteus, the Prime Minister Charles Carson
Balbus, the Home Secretary Frank Moore
Nicobar, the Foreign Secretary Clifford Marquand
Crassus, the Colonial Secretary Julian d'Albie
Pliny, the Chancellor of the Exchequer Aubrey Mallalieu
Amanda, the Postmistress-General Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Orinthia Edith Evans
Queen Jemima Barbara Everest

AISTRIÚCHÁIN

  • Foilsithe i Béarla as

  • Teideal

    The Bodley Head Bernard Shaw: Volume 6

  • Bliain

    1973

  • Foilsithe ag

    The Bodley Head

  • Seoladh

    Sasana

  • ISBN

    0370102258

  • Foilsithe i Béarla as

  • Teideal

    Plays Political: The Apple Cart; On the Rocks; Geneva

  • Bliain

    1999

  • Foilsithe ag

    Penguin

  • Seoladh

    80 Strand Street
    London WC2R 0RL
    Sasana

  • Ríomhphost

    customer.services@penguin.co.uk

  • Suíomh Idirlín

    www.penguin.co.uk

  • ISBN

    978-0140450309

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EOLAS FAOI CHEARTA

FOINSE EOLAIS

The information for this entry was taken from The Bodley Head Bernard Shaw: Volume 6.