Policy for Murder

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Policy for Murder is a play written by English playwright Jack Popplewell [1]. The action takes place in the living room of the Miller's house on the coast of Hampshire. The time is the present.

West End premiere at Duke of York's Theatre, 1962, starring John Slater, Dermot Walsh and Heather Chasen. Published Samuel French, 1963.

Performance history in South Africa

Had a run in August, 1963 at the Alexander Theatre. Directed by John Hayter. Set design by Roy Cooke. Stage manager: Paddy Canavan. Cast: Ray Miller: John Boulter Lee Miller: Molly Seftel Mr. Bielby: Gabriel Bayman Stuart Gilmore: Patrick Mynhardt Bill Price: Bruce Anderson Dennis Adams: Bryan Bales Mr. Morrison: Gordon Mulholland Anne Daley: Leonne Carnot Sandra Williams: Estelle Kohler

Translations and adaptations

Sources

Programme of run at the Alexander Theatre in August, 1963, Playtime No. 165.

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