Sixteen is a play by Aimée (1887-1981) and Philip Stuart wriiten in 1943. It is the study of the impact on an adolescent girl of her mother’s remarriage.
The original text
Some sources state the date of the play as 194* but there is evidence that it had already been published in 1934. . This is supported by the fact that the play was produced in Cape Town in 1935 by the Little Theatre Players.
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1941: Produced by Pienaar and presented by the speech-training students of the University of Cape Town, featuring Hester Potgieter, Juliana Oosthuizen, Lily Sarembock, Grace Bernberg. Décor devised by Décor Club, executed by Cecil Pym. First night Sept 18 1941.
Inskip, 1972. p.120.
Trek, 26 September 1941, 19.
Trek, 19(12):24, 1945.
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