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Honour is a play by Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith (1962-)[1].

The original text

The play is about a middle aged man who leaves his wife and their 24-year-old daughter, for a relationship with a much younger woman.

First performed on 14 November 1995 at the Playbox Theatre, Melbourne, Australia, going on to performances in more than three dozen countries, including productions on Broadway and in the West End.

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

2004: Pieter Toerien presented a version of the play at the National Arts Festival and from 24 August-4 September at the Theatre on the Bay. Directed by Alan Swerdlow. Lighting design: Jannie Swanepoel. Costumes by Malcolm Terrey. Setting conceived by Jannie Swanepoel and Alan Swerdlow. Cast - George: Graham Hopkins. Honor: Fiona Ramsay. Claudia: Abena Ayivor. Sophie: Shelley Meskin.


Wikipedia [2].

Honour programme notes in 2004.

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