A happy day : a domestic farce in one act / by Richard Henry ; adapted for the American stage by H.L. Williams ; together with a description of the costumes-cast of the characters-entrances and exits-relative positions of the peformers on the stage, and the whole of the stage business.

Author
Richard-Henry [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : DeWitt, 1886.
Description
15 p. ; 20 cm.

Details

Related name
Series
De Witt's acting plays ; no. 347 [More in this series]
Contained in
19th-century playbooks collection, 1794-1946 (bulk 1800-1920)
Notes
  • On cover: A happy day. A Farcical Comedietta, in two acts. By J.H. Wallace.
  • Richard-Henry, pseud. of Richard William Butler and Henry Chance Newton.
  • ''First produced at the Gaiety Theatre, London, Oct. 11, 1886.''
  • Includes a cast list for the first performance at the Gaiety Theatre.
Provenance
ThX copy has the ink stamps of the William Seymour Theatre Collection and the antiquarian book dealer Burt Franklin on the lower cover.
In
19th-century Playbooks Collection
LCCN
12034122
OCLC
10547906
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