To the Dead Man
Edge, Kathleen W. (Canadian playwright, 1889-____), “To the Dead Man,”
a __-minute drama in English, adapted by Kathleen W. Edge from Charles Dickens’ original “The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices,”
© 1935 by Kathleen W. Edge;
• in A Book of Plays, edited by Herman A. Voaden (Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Macmillan, 1935).
• Cited in The Brock Bibliography of Published Canadian Plays in English 1766-1978, edited by Anton Wagner (Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Playwrights Press, 1980), ISBN 0-88754-157-7, ISBN 0-88754-155-0.
Arthur Halliday (m), __, _____; _____ (m), __, his roommate; _____ (m), __, _____.
“Arthur Halliday arrives in Doncaster [Yorkshire, England] to find all except one room taken. He agrees to share it; his room-mate [sic] is dead but comes to life, or so Halliday dreams.”
• Premiered at Hart House Theatre, Toronto, March 30, 1935.—Brock, 123.
• Not to be confused with A Book of Plays, revised edition, edited by Agnes David (New York: Macmillan,  1965), LCCN 65-2610, LCCN 61-2841.
• Also, not to be confused with Ethel B. Savage’s The Book of Plays (Paterson, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Ethel B. Savage, 1939), LCCN 39-24983.
• Also, not to be confused with Violet Monroe Pierce’ A Book of Plays (Detroit, B. N. Smith, 1937), LCCN 37-31038.
• Also, not to be confused with Witter Bynner’s (1881-____) A Book of Plays, other name, Euripides’ Iphigenia in Tauris (New York: A. A. Knopf, 1922), LCCN 23-895.
apprenticeship, death, Dickens (Charles Dickens, English novelist, 1812-1870), dream, roommate, tour.