Examiner of Plays' Summary:
A simple, agreeable little comedy. Lightwood, aged 44, proposes to take a commission in the Sportsman's battalion and consults his doctor, who finds a weakness in his heart which no army doctor would pass. He does not wish to alarm his wife and so, when she is eager for him to take the commission, he fobs her off with other excuses. The result is she thinks him a coward, but happily finds out about the doctor from the maid and so all is well. Recommended for license. G. S. Street.
This play was licensed for performance at the Vaudeville at the end of June 1915. Yet by 11 June Keble Howard's new full-length play 'The Green Flag' was being performed at the Vaudeville instead.
Licensed On: 22 Jun 1915
License Number: 3521
British Library Reference: LCP1915/16
British Library Classmark: Add MS 66102 U
|23 Jun 1915||Vaudeville Theatre, London||Unknown||Licensed Performance|