Good Day

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Good Day is a drama in one act by American playwright Emanuel Peluso [1]. Male: 1, Female: 1, Other: 1 non-speaking man.

The play is an interview by a sarcastic and independent old lady of an ambitious young man for an undisclosed position.

First produced Off-Broadway.

The original text

Published by Dramatists Play Service.

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

Directed by Brenda Lauth and staged as a lunch-hour show at The Space (Cape Town) in 1975, with George Duffy, Ethwyn Grant and Blaise Koch.

Sources

Doollee: The Playwright's Database [2].

Astbury 1979.


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