Call It a Day

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Call It a Day is a play by English novelist and playwright Dorothy Gladys "Dodie" Smith (1896–1990). Smith is best known for her novel The Hundred and One Dalmatians. Call It A Day was her fourth play and was put on by the Theatre Guild on 28 January 1936, running for 194 performances. It ran in London for 509 performances, the longest run of any of Smith's plays to date.

Performance history in South Africa

1946: Produced for the Johannesburg Repertory Society by Joyce Marcuson in 1946, starring Gertrude Miles, Bruce Meredith, Enid Grünewald, Terence Kernan, Roslyn Kaplan, Gwen Wylie, Brigid Gibbings, Frank Douglass, Phyllis Lawson, Ethel Ainge, sets by Gilles Botbijl.


Wikipedia [1].

Trek, 10(21):18, 1946.

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