Red Cross

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Red Cross is a 1966 on act play by American playwright Sam Shepard [1] (1943-2017). The play is about a couple staying in a forest cabin.

The original text

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

1980: Produced and directed by Neil McCarthy at the People's Space in November in a double bill with Cowboy Mouth, with Bryony Mortimer, Gary Carter, Natalie Gamsu, Dawid Minnaar and Megan Kruskal.

1988: Presented by Rhodes University at the National Arts Festival Student Drama, 1988, in a double bill with Icarus's Mother.


Supplement to The Argus, 19 November 1980.

National Arts Festival programme 1988.

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