By Frederick Burwick, Manushag N. Powell
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Caesar secures Ismene in chains and is on the point of setting a fire, when he is stopped by Abdallah.
Blackbeard: The Musical At the turn of the century, the most popular playwright of pirate melodrama was James Cartwright Cross, who developed his own version of the abducted princess plot in his play on Edward Teach (1680–1718), alias Blackbeard. Cross’s Blackbeard; or, The Captive Princess (Royal Circus, April 1798)20 appropriated elements from Johnson’s The Successful Pyrate, and it influenced in turn many subsequent abduction plots. The captive princess in Johnson’s play was in love with a young man who turned out to be the pirate’s son.
He is joined in the hold by the boatswain Handfast, who informs him that Catherine escaped by throwing herself overboard and drowning. Handfast releases Colvine from his chains, and together they plot revenge. Disguised in a pirate’s cloak and armed with sword and dagger, Miles insinuates himself into the cluster of crewmen crowded on the deck. Stabbing left and right, the two manage to kill a dozen before the remainder are fully aware of the surprise attack. The Pirates on Stage ● 37 massacre continues until Miles Colvine and Handfast are the only two left standing.