The Royal Convert is a 1707 tragedy by the British writer Nicholas Rowe. The play is set in England during the Saxon era featuring two brothers in a love triangle with a young Christian woman. It was staged at the Queen's Theatre in the Haymarket enjoying a compartiviely successful run for the era of five consecutive nights, followed later by two request performances. Barton Booth played the role of Hengist, King of Kent with Robert Wilks as his brother Aribert. John Mills was Seofrid, Benjamin Husband was Offa, Theophilus Keene was Rodogune, Elizabeth Barry appeared as Rodogune and Anne Oldfield as Ethelinda. Many of the actors in the play had appeared in Rowe's previous tragedy Ulysses.
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