- Augustus Pitou crafted this four-act romantic drama with music for Chauncey Olcott and produced it at the Fourteenth Street Theatre, where it opened on 24 January 1897 for 104 performances. Irish Gerald O'Carroll, raised in England, returns home to the small town of Inniscarra and falls in love with a local girl. Her father objects and hires some toughs to kidnap Gerald, but he escapes and arrives back in Inniscarra in time to save his sweetheart from a forced marriage.
The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater. James Fisher.
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