First Monday in October

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First Monday in October is a play by American playwrights Jerome Lawrence an Robert E. Lee. The title refers to the day on which the United States Supreme Court traditionally convenes following its summer recess.

The original text

First performance Francis E. Drury Theatre, Cleveland, Ohio, 17 October 1975.

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

1981: Presented by CAPAB Drama at the Nico Malan Theatre opening 17 January 1981. The director was John Burch, designer Penny Simpson, lighting by John T. Baker. The cast: Hugh Rouse, Philip Swales, Alan Prior, Michael McCabe, Don Furnival, Richard Farmer, Simon Swindell, Phillip Boucher, Jeff Weiner, Bruce Young, Wilna Snyman, Neil McCarthy, Anthony Hemmes, Neil Sonnekus, Fred Abrahamse, Keith Anderson.


Wikipedia [1].

First Monday in October theatre programme, 1981.

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