b. Adam Davis, 10 Apr 1853, Dublin, Eire, d. 9 Apr 1907, Harrogate, Yorkshire, Britain. During his early existence Hall had independent but intersecting professions in regulations and politics and was also an intermittent journalist. His main interest, however, appears to have been gaming and it had been as a wager that he had written the libretto to get a musical humor he entitled A Gaiety Woman. This was stated in London in 1893 by George Edwardes and it fulfilled with substantial acclaim. Collectively, Hall and Edwardes had been in charge of three even more successes, An Designer’s Model (1895), The Geisha (1896), along with a Greek Slave (1898). It had been Floradora (1899), nevertheless, that produced Hall’s status and both males very wealthy. The show opened up at London’s Lyric Theater on 11 November 1899 where it went for 455 shows. The cast included Evie Green (as Dolores), Charles E. Stevens (Cyrus W. Gilfain), Kate Cutler (Angela Gilfain), Edgar Stevens (Arthur Donegal), and Ada Reeve (Lady Holyrood). THE BRAND NEW York production opened up on 12 November 1900 in the Criterion Theater and went for 505 shows. These productions, as well as productions in translation far away guaranteed that still additional money poured in. Hall had written the publication for Floradora, the music was by Leslie Stuart and lyrics had been by Paul Rubens and Ernest Boyd-Jones. One of the tracks are ‘The Metallic Star Of Like’, ‘When I Keep City’, ‘I’ve An Inklin’’ and, maybe best kept in mind a music sung within the display by six women and six kids, ‘Inform Me, Fairly Maiden’. Hall’s later on shows, such as The Metallic Slipper (1901), THE LADY From Kays (1902), and Sergeant Brue (1904), had been nowhere almost as effective as Floradora, which allied to his incessant gaming meant that whenever he passed away, he was practically penniless.