Short, Ernest Henry, 1875-1959. Books for Libraries Press.
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Compton-Rickett, Arthur and Ernest Henry Short, Ring Up the Curtain: Being a Pageant of English Entertainment Covering Half a Century (1970; first published 1938) Ayer Publishing. Advertisement for final Broadway shows, The Sun (New York). Kurt Gänzl, The Encyclopedia of The Musical Theatre, Blackwell, Oxford (1994) vol. I, pp. 435-36. "Daly's Theatre", The Times, 4 February 1895, p. 8.
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Ernest Henry Short and Arthur Compton-Rickett, Ring up the Curtain: Being a Pageant of English Entertainment Covering Half a Century, Ayr Publishing (1938) (reprinted 1971) p. 197. ^ Hibbert, Henry George. Chapter 8: The Vital Spark", Fifty Years of a Londoner's Life, Dodd, Mead, & Company (1916), p. 54. ^ Programme for the Canterbury Theatre of Varieties: Monday, 25 March 1889 – British Library Online Gallery.
It also had a Broadway run in 1895-96
It also had a Broadway run in 1895-96. The success of "A Gaiety Girl" in 1893, the first musical by the team of Hall, Greenbank and Jones (followed by another such success, "The Shop Girl" in 1894), had confirmed to Edwardes that he was on the right track. He immediately set the team to work on "An Artist's Model".
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