Hawkins, Sir Anthony Hope, 1863-1933 (Knight, novelist)
Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins (1863-1933), knight; novelist (pseudonym Anthony Hope)
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
‘English Nell’ by Anthony Hope and Edward Rose, founded on the novel ‘Simon Dale’ by Anthony Hope, Undated [c.1897-1900]
Consists of annotated typed scripts for ‘Simon Dale, A Comedy in Four Acts’/’English Nell, A Comedy in Four Acts’ by Anthony Hope and Edward Rose.
‘English Nell’ was first performed at the Prince of Wales theatre in London in August 1900 (running for 176 performances).
The original novel by Anthony Hope (titled ‘Simon Dale’) was published in 1897.
Received draft back with 'suggestions', still needs further discussion
‘Phroso’ adapted by Edward Rose and H. V. Esmond from the novel by Anthony Hope, Undated [c.1897-1900]
Consists of annotated typed scripts for ‘Phroso: a Drama of Adventure in four acts’ adapted from the novel by Anthony Hope, by Edward Rose and H. V. Esmond.
‘Phroso’ was first performed in New York at the Empire Theatre (Dec 1898), and subsequently the Harlem Opera House (Oct 1899) and Grand Opera House (13 Nov 1900).
The original novel by Anthony Hope was published in 1897.
'The Heart of Princess Osra' by Edward Rose, based on the novel by Anthony Hope, Undated [c.1896-1904]
Consists of typed scripts (some annotated) for ‘The Heart of Princess Osra: a play in four acts’. The play is a dramatization of Anthony Hope’s novel by the same name which was published in 1896, and was a prequel to ‘The Prisoner of Zenda’.