is a play
by A. A. Milne
, which was performed for the first time in 1917, in London
It was the first play Milne wrote. He originally wrote it in three acts, but when he got a good offer for a production if he cut it down to a two-act play, he rewrote it. By removing another character, he got it down to one act, which he liked best in the end.
In April 7, 1917, it was produced with the following cast: Nigel Playfair, Helen Haye, Peggy Kurton, Martin Lewis, Dion Boucicault and Bertram Siems at the New Theatre, London.