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Mr Foote's Other Leg (play)

 

Mr Foote's Other Leg (play)

Mr Foote's Other Leg is a 2015 stage adaptation of Mr Foote's Other Leg: Comedy, tragedy and murder in Georgian London, a 2012 biography of the 18th century actor Samuel Foote. Both the biography and the play were written by Ian Kelly. The play's prelude is an attempt to steal Foote's amputated leg from the Hunterian Collection, but it mainly covers the period from Foote's tutelage under Charles Macklin in the 1740s until his involvement in the controversy surrounding Elizabeth Chudleigh in 1774-76.

It premiered at the Simon Russell Beale, David Garrick by Joseph Millson, Jock Hunter by Forbes Masson, Peg Woffington by Dervla Kirwan, Charles Macklin and Benjamin Franklin by Colin Stinton and Frank Barber by Micah Balfour.[1] The production will transfer to the Haymarket Theatre (a theatre previously run by Foote) from 28 October 2015.[2]

References

  1. ^ http://www.hampsteadtheatre.com/whats-on/2015/mr-footes-other-leg/
  2. ^ http://www.officiallondontheatre.co.uk/news/latest-news/article/item335911/hampsteads-mr-foote-heads-for-west-end/


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