It's Funny When You're Dead
A farce by Andrew Frater. He wants to kill his wife so that he can marry his mistress, the only problem is that he keeps killing the wrong person.
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Performance history in South Africa
Produced in 1999 by the New Wave Theatre Company as a double-bill with Sex, Lies and Leopard Crawl, directed by Andrew Frater, with Craig Jackson, Helen Szymczak, Dominique Oosthuizen, Oliver Duncan, Dennis Antonakas or Andrew Frater, Greg Viljoen and Emma Peirson. Staged at Aardklop 1999, the Grahamstown Festival 1999, the Arena at the Nico Malan Theatre Complex and at the Theatre on the Square.
Nico Theatre Centre pamphlet Aug-Nov 1999
Sunday Independent, 17 October 1999
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