Sabato, domenica e lunedi

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Sabato, domenica e lunedi (1959) is a play by Italian actor, playwright, screenwriter, author and poet Eduardo De Filippo (1900-1984) [1].

The original text

In 1973 a production of his Sabato, domenica e lunedi (1959, Saturday, Sunday and Monday), starring Laurence Olivier in the lead role, won the London drama critics' award.

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

1976: Presented in English by NAPAC Drama by arrangement with the National Theatre of Great Britain at the Alhambra Theatre, Durban, from 17 March 1976, directed by Leslie French, starring Lynne White, Helen Bourne, Price Coetzee, Ronald Wallace.

1978: Saterdag, Sondag, Maandag was presented by TRUK-Toneel in 1978 at the Breytenbach Theatre and the Alexander Theatre under the direction of Louis van Niekerk starring Wilna Snyman (Donna Rosa), Amor Tredoux (Virginia), Franz Marx (Peppino), Gerben Kamper (Rocco), Etienne Puren (Federico), Louis van Niekerk (Antonio), Elise Hibbert (Giulianella]], Wilma Stockenström (Zia Meme), Christo Gerlach ((Attilio), George Ballot (Raffaele), David van der Merwe, Antoinette Kellermann (Elena), Pierre van Pletzen (Roberto), Trudie Taljaard (Maria), Don Lamprecht (Dr Cefercola), Alwyn Swart (Catiello), Stan Czerepowicz (Michele). Decor by Johan Engels, lighting by Martin Pelser, costumes by Pam Pelser and PACT Garderobe.

Sources

Saterdag, Sondag, Maandag theatre programme, 1978.

Theatre programme held by NELM: [Collection: Theatre programmes]: 2009. 80. 101.


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