Symphony in Illusion

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Symphony in Illusion: An Allegory in One Act is a play by James Wallace Bell.

The original text

Published by Samuel French, 1933 (Acting edition 467).

Translations and adaptations

Translated into Afrikaans entitled Illusie-Simfonie, translated by Marguerite I. Murray. Text available at the University of Stellenbosch Library, Manuscripts Section, reference MS 31/16/8.

Performance history in South Africa

1943: Symphony in Illusion was presented at the Little Theatre by the University of Cape Town Speech and Drama Department in September, directed by Ruth Peffers.

1948: Illusie-Simfonie was presented by K.A.T., directed by Lily-Jean Satusky, August 1948.


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Nel, 1972.

Inskip, 1972. p.129.

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