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Passion, Poison and Petrification

A Brief Tragedy for Barns and Booths.

FORBHREATHNÚ

  • Drámadóir

    George Bernard (GB) Shaw 

  • Suíomh

    A bed-stting room in a fashionable quarter of London, the 1900s.

  • Achoimre

    Lady Fitztollemache wakes up just in time to save herself from being murdered by her jealous husband. Her friend, the fashion dandy Adolphus Bastable, is not so lucky. Poisoned by Lord Fitztollemache, he finds himself rendered a living statue. Based on a children's story Shaw had published in Furniss' Christmas Annual in 1905.

  • Cinéal Dráma

    Drámaí Ginearálta

    Líon na Míreanna

    Aon-ghníomh

  • Méid na Fóirne ( Fireann)

    5

  • Méid na Fóirne (Baineann)

    2

  • Eolas Faoin bhFoireann

    In the original production Messrs. Mason, Tucker, Mancy and Humphreys were credited as playing 'A Choir of Invisible Angels'

CÉAD LÉIRIÚ

  • Dáta an Chéad Léirithe

    14 Iúil 1905

  • Nótaí faoin Léiriú

    Produced in order to raise funds for the Actors' Orphanage.

  • Producer

  • Ionad an Chéad Léirithe

  • Nótaí faoin Ionad

    First presented in a booth at Regent's Park London.

Foireann An Chéad Léirithe  
George Fitztollemache, the husband Eric Lewis
Lady Magnesia Fitztollemache Irene Vanbrugh
Phyllis, the maid Nancy Price
Adolphus Bastable, a leader of fashion Cyril Maude
Landlord Lennox Pawle
Police Constable Arthur Williams
Doctor G.P. Huntley

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