My Name is Ellie: A Children's Picture book about Twins - Library
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Dear xrose I am requesting permission to submit my manuscript for your evaluation. The working title, "Wishie wee" is a 27 pages fairy tale. The character is a pantomime dame , portrayed by a man; and is a comic foil to the principal boy , Aladdin—played by an actress.
It was first published in England between and ; and this story was dramatised in by John O'Keefe for Covent Garden as a harlequinade and included the character of 'Aladin's Mother' but unnamed played by Mrs Davett. She was the widow of a tailor as in the original story and this was the profession in many later versions. In a burlesque version of the story described Widow Mustapha as 'a washerwoman with mangled feelings'. However in productions of the same year and most others up to she is involved with tailoring, with rare excursions to a newspaper shop and fishmonger.
The name Twankay appears first in in a play by Henry James Byron called Aladdin or the Wonderful Scamp , a parodic name of an earlier opera which established much of the content and style of the modern pantomime.
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It was performed by James Rogers who had previously played the female role Clorinda in a version of Cinderella. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Some Pantomime Pedigrees.
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