Murdock, John, 1748-1834. The triumphs of love; or, Happy
A comedy. In four acts. Written by an American, and a citizen of
Philadelphia. Acted at the New Theatre, Philadelphia. (Philadelphia:
Printed by R. Folwell, no. 33, Arch-Street., September 10, 1795).
Murdock, an ambitious Philadelphia barber, produced his comedy in
Philadelphia on September 10, 1795. It was the first play to introduce
Quakers to the American stage. Murdock signs the title page anonymously:
Written by an American, and a Citizen of Philadelphia.
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