Shall We Join the Ladies?

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Shall We Join the Ladies? is a comedy in one act by Scottish dramatist J.M. Barrie [1] (1860-1937).

The frivolous and gay air at a well-to-do dinner party is shattered rather suddenly when the host announces that all thirteen guests were at Monte Carlo several years ago on the night when his brother was murdered.

The original text

Published by Samuel French.

Performance history in South Africa

1929: Produced by Muriel Alexander for the Repertory Players, April 1929, with Wilfred Patley and others.

1950: Presented by East London Technical College Drama Club.


Footlights, 1(4):10, 1929.

Arts Theatre Club archive held by George Mountjoy.

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