I Never Sang for My Father

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I Never Sang for My Father is a full length play by American playwright Robert Anderson (born 1917). Casting: 7m, 4f. Probes into the disquieting alienation that can exist between father and son—and which time and old age can only deepen—despite the best intentions of both.

Translations and adaptations

A movie was adapted from the play by the author and released in 1970 [1].

Orirginal text

Publsihed in the Dramatists Play Service series. ISBN: 9780822205487.

Performance history in South Africa

There is evidence of a production in the late 1970s, starring Richard Knibbs and Fran Inglesby-Faulkner.

Sources

Samuel French [2].

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