A Lily in Little India

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A Lily in Little India is a play by Donald Howarth [1].

The original text

A play celebrating the liberating influence of flower power, it was first produced in London in 1965.

Published by Samuel French, London, 1966.

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

1967: Performed by the Little Theatre Players, directed by Mavis Taylor at the Little Theatre, Cape Town, in November. Mavis Lilenstein was the stage manager.

1973: PACT staged the play at the Alexander Theatre, Johannesburg, starring Helen Bourne, Barbara Kinghorn and Frantz Dobrowsky.


Doollee, The Playwrights Database [2].

Inskip, Donald P., 1972. p.153.

NELM catalogue.

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