|Written by||J. M. Barrie|
|Date premiered||17 October 1917|
|Place premiered||Wyndham's Theatre, London|
It ran for 363 performances at the Wyndham's Theatre in London's West End between 17 October 1917 and 24 August 1918. The original cast included Gerald du Maurier. It was revived again in 1922 at the same venue for another 257 performance run, with du Maurier again in the cast along with Mabel Terry-Lewis, Alfred Drayton, Ronald Squire and Joyce Carey.
An eccentric man named Lob invites a number of guests to his country house at midsummer. While they are there a large forest appears outside. The various guests wander into the woods and undergo strange experiences.
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- Wearing, J. P. (2013), The London Stage 1910–1919: A Calendar of Productions, Performers, and Personnel, Rowman & Littlefield
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