1762, Oct 211836, Oct 17
an English dramatist and miscellaneous writer. He was the son of George Colman the Elder. He passed from Westminster School to Christ Church, Oxford, and King's College, University of Aberdeen, and was finally entered as a student of law at Lincoln's Inn, London. While in Aberdeen he published a poem satirizing Charles James Fox, called The Man of the People; and in 1782 he produced, at his father's playhouse in the Haymarket, his first play, The Female Dramatist. The failing health of the elder Colman obliged him to relinquish the management of the Haymarket theatre in 1789, when the younger George succeeded him, at a yearly salary of £600.
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George Colman the Elder
..."George the First", to distinguish him from his son, George Colman the Younger. He was also a theatre owner. He was born in Florence,...
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