The Macdona Players was a theatre company founded by Charles Macdona (1860–1946), an actor and theatre manager, in 1921, to specialise in plays by George Bernard Shaw.
They toured widely, including a season in South Africa during 1925, with a repertoire that included Pygmalion, Candida and You Never Can Tell.
Macdona was born on 3 October 1860, in Dublin, Ireland and died on 15 November 1946, Brighton, East Sussex, England, UK (aged 86 years)
A. M. Gibbs. 1990. "The State of the Theatre, 1933". In: A.M. Gibbs (ed) Shaw. Interviews and Recollections Series. Palgrave Macmillan, London
André Huguenet, 1950
Ludwig Binge, 1969
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