A Greek Slave

A Greek Slave was a musical comedy in two acts, first performed on June 8, 1898 at Daly’s Theatre in London, produced by George Edwardes and ran for 349 performances.

The score was composed by Sidney Jones with additional songs by Lionel Monckton and lyrics by Harry Greenbank and Adrian Ross. The libretto was written by Owen Hall.

It starred Marie Tempest, Letty Lind, Hayden Coffin, Scott Russell, and Rutland Barrington among other popular London stars. The show had a brief Broadway run in 1899.

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Show Date: December 1924

Venue: Byfeld Hall

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