Great War Theatre

Examiner of Plays' Summary:

An amusing little farce, very brightly written. The scene is in a hotel corridor outside a bathroom. Various people, including a prima donna, a young man and an old man etc., come to the door and finding it locked go away. Then they gradually collect, the young man flirts with the prima donna and so forth, and after speculations as to the unreasonably lingering occupant of the bathroom the prima donna has an idea that her husband has committed suicide in the room. But when the bootboy arrives and opens the door the room is empty. It is delicately done and there is no need for any sort of caution about attire - they are all in dressing gowns. Recommended for License, G. S. Street.

Licensed On: 4 Jan 1916

License Number: 13



British Library Reference: LCP1916/1

British Library Classmark: Add MS 66122 M


10 Jan 1916 Victoria Palace, LondonUnknown Licensed Performance