Full Gallop, by Mark Hampton and Mary Louise Wilson. The play centres on the story of Diana Vreeland, four months after she was fired from Vogue. It had been a life full of contemplating for her, thinking whether she should start her own magazine or accept the offer as a consultant at the Costume Institute, which she does at the end of the play.
Performance history in South Africa
Presented by Pieter Toerien in 1997 at the Richard Haines Theatre and later at the Theatre on the Bay. Directed by Maralin Vanrenen, set design by Andrew Botha, lighting by Jannie Swanepoel, costumes by Norman Callan. The play starred Michele Maxwell as Diana Vreeland.
Translations and adaptations
Full Gallop theatre programme, 1997.
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