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Choose from 59 pictures in our George Dance collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Chocolate Soldier by Stanislaus Stange. Music by Straus Featured George Dance Print

The Chocolate Soldier by Stanislaus Stange. Music by Straus

The Chocolate Soldier is an operetta translated by Stanislaus Strange ) from Der Tapfere Soldat (German title) by Bernauer and Jacobson. It was composed in 1908 by Oscar Straus based on George Bernard Shaws play Arms and the Man. First produced at the Lyric Theatre in London on 10th September 1910. Lt. Bumerli is a chocolate-eating soldier, more interested in saving himself than performing heroic deeds on the battlefield. Here we see Bumerli who lies in bed in Nadinas boudoir, having climbed through the window to escape enemy troops. Nadina, Aurelia and Mascha peer down at him (Act I). Performed by George Dance's Company. Touring to the Assembly Rooms, Market Harborough on 27th September 1912. Date: 1912

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

The Sunshine Girl by Paul Rubens Featured George Dance Print

The Sunshine Girl by Paul Rubens

Promotional postcard for The Sunshine Girl by Paul Rubens & Cecil Raleigh; music Paul Rubens. First produced at the Gaiety Theatre, 24th February 1912. The Sunshine Girl is an Edwardian musical comedy in two acts with a book by Paul A. Rubens and Cecil Raleigh, lyrics and music by Rubens and additional lyrics by Arthur Wimperis. The story involves a working girl who falls in love with the heir to the factor. He is in disguise and wants to be loved for himself, not his position, so he gets his friend to pose as the heir, leading to complications for both men. For George Dances Co., touring to Opera House, Northampton, 6th October 1913. Artist: E. P. Kinsella. Date: 1913

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

The Gay Parisienne by George Dance Featured George Dance Print

The Gay Parisienne by George Dance

Promotional cut out flyer of The Gay Parisienne by George Dance from his play The Barmaid; music Ernest Vousden. First produced at the Theatre Royal, Northampton on 1st October 1894. This cardboard cut out was produced for touring to Fulham in 1899. Mr Honeycomb is restrained and decorous while in England but abroad, he is unfettered, including on a trip to Paris. Mlle. Julie Bon-Bon of Paris sues him for breach of promise. Afraid of his wifes wrath, Honeycomb flees to Switzerland and is reported drowned. His supposed widow seeks his remains, accompanied by her friend, Major Fossdyke. Meanwhile, Honeycomb sees them together in Switzerland, and pretending righteous anger, he turns the tables. Date: circa 1899

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library