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There are two plays by this name

Savages by Christopher Hampton (1946-)[1]

is a play by British dramatist Christopher Hampton [2] about injustices which prevail in a tense South American country.

1982: Performed in September in the State Theatre by PACT, directed by Francois Swart for PACT with Michael McCabe, Frantz Dobrowsky, Christine le Brocq, John Hussey, Norman Coombes, Andrew Buckland.

Savages by Michael Williams

A play written and directed by Michael Williams for the National Arts Festival Fringe, 1984. Set in the future in a deserted town in the middle of a wilderness, society as we know it has collapsed and it is only the fittest who survive. Performed by Paul Savage, Lionel Newton, Sue Dall, Russell Copley.


PACT theatre pamphlet, 1982.

National Arts Festival programme, 1984.

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