Jeanie Deans (play)
It was first produced on 9 January 1860 at Laura Keene's Theatre, New York City. It was produced in London at the Westminster Theatre on 26 January 1863 under the title of 'The Trial of Effie Deans', and in Edinburgh at the Theatre Royal in 1910. Alice Marriott played the part of Jeanie Deans many times: "her most artistic success."
The play was also published as 'The Trial of Effie Deans' or 'The Heart of Mid-Lothian', but they are definitely the same play as 'Jeanie Deans'.
- "Playwrights and their Stage Works - Dion Boucicault"; Retrieved 2012-02-02.
- Richard Fawkes, p. 263.
- "A List of Dion Boucicault's Major Dramatic Works"; Retrieved 2012-02-02.
- "'JEANIE DEANS' AT THE THEATRE-ROYAL". The Scotsman. 3 May 1910. p. 5.
- Music Hall and Theatre Review, Thursday 18 April 1912 p6 col3: A comedian's career, Marriott Edgar's interesting story
- British Library catalogue; Retrieved 2012-02-02:
- "The Heart of Mid-Lothian; or, the Sisters of St Leonard's A drama in three acts. Adapted from Sir Walter Scott's novel, with introductions from T Dibdin's play, W Murray's alteration of the same, Eugene Scribe's opera, and Dion Boucicault's amalgamation of the above, Colin Hazlewood's adjustment and re-adjustment, J B Johnstone's appropriation, and other equally original versions, together with a very small amount of new matter, by T H Lacy. Author: Thomas Hailes Lacy 1809-1873. Publication Details: London : Thomas Hailes Lacy, ".
- Richard Fawkes, Dion Boucicault: a Biography, London: Quartet Books, 1979, p.141: "The Trial of Effie Deans was the play Jeanie Deans . . ."