Enter a Free Man

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Enter a Free Man is a play by Tom Stoppard (1937-)[1]

The original text

The play follows the story of an unsuccessful inventor named George Riley. First performed on March 28, 1968 at the St. Martin's Theatre. It was directed by Frith Banbury and starred Michael Hordern.

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

1971: Performed by CAPAB , in association with PACOFS, with Joyce Bradley, *

1973: Performed by the Masque Theatre(?*), with Ron Fenton as "George Riley".



CAPAB List of Plays Presented, 1971.

Jill Fletcher. 1973. Review of the Masque Theatre production, written for The Cape Times, April 1973.

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