Charles Utting (fl. 1860s) was a South African journalist and playwright.
He was living in Cape Town in the 1860s, working as a journalist on the staff of the The S.A. Advertiser and Mail.
Contribution to South African theatre, media and performance
He wrote a historical play called Governor van Noot, or Things as They Were (also known simply as Governor van Noot or Things as They Were) in 1866 and a satire called Municipal Muddles (also known as Love in the Dark) in 1867.
P.J. du Toit. 1988. Amateurtoneel in Suid-Afrika. Pretoria: Academica
Jill Fletcher. 1994. The Story of Theatre in South Africa: A Guide to its History from 1780-1930. Cape Town: Vlaeberg: p.
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