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Jane Annie; or, the Good Conduct Prize (play)

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Jane Annie; or, the Good Conduct Prize
(1893 Programme)
Dorothy Vane as Jane Annie (postcard)

Jane Annie; or, the Good Conduct Prize is a British 2-act comic opera written by J. M. Barrie and Arthur Conan Doyle, performed by the R. D'Oyly Carte company at the Savoy Theatre (London, UK), from 13 may to 1 july 1893 (50 performances) and in Sheffield from 7 to 12 august 1893, starring Dorothy Vane as Jane Annie.



Acts

  • Act 1. First Floor of a Seminary for the Little Things that grow into Women
  • Act 2. A Ladies' Gold Green near the Seminary


Cast



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Performances

  • 13 may - 1 july 1893 : Savoy Theatre (London, UK)
  • 7-12 august 1893 : Theatre Royal (Sheffield, UK)




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