Vaudeville Theatre


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Fictionalization Stevie Smith
Hugh Whitemore 's play about SS , Stevie, played to full and eager audiences at the Vaudeville Theatre , London.
MacGibbon, James. “Note to the 1978 Reprint”. The Collected Poems of Stevie Smith, Penguin, p. 12.
Performance of text Enid Bagnold
Since it was directed by David O. Selznick , who had recently produced Gone with the Wind (1939), the play drew a number of Hollywood stars and writers on the first night. It was not...
Performance of text Henrik Ibsen
HI 's play Rosmersholm had its first London performance, at the Vaudeville Theatre ; London also saw the English premieres of Ghosts and Hedda Gabler during this year.
McFarlane, James, editor. The Cambridge Companion to Ibsen. Cambridge University Press.
Performance of text Harriett Jay
Robert Buchanan and HJ 's co-written, three-act comedy The Strange Adventures of Miss Brown opened at the Vaudeville Theatre in London. Jay used a pseudonym, Charles Marlowe, for this and all later co-written...
Performance of text Harriett Jay
Charles Marlowe's (HJ 's) and Robert Buchanan 's co-written comedy Shopwalker opened at the Vaudeville Theatre in London (where Jay had often acted), and it did well.
The title is sometimes given as...
Performance of text Githa Sowerby
Rutherford and Son by GS re-opened at London's Little Theatre . It became a critical success, and moved on to the Vaudeville , bringing its total run to 133 performances.
Stowell, Sheila. A Stage of Their Own. University of Michigan Press.
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1870: The Vaudeville Theatre was opened in Lon...

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The Vaudeville Theatre was opened in London.


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