Ten Minute Alibi

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Ten Minute Alibi (1933) is a thriller by Anglo-Canadian writer, dramatist and essayist Anthony Armstrong (George Anthony Armstrong Willis [1] (1897-1976)). The plot centres round ten minutes borrowed from nowhere to hide a crime.

Performance history in South Africa

1936: Presented by the Cape Town Repertory Theatre Society at the Little Theatre in July, directed by Jack Bligh.

1944: Produced by Costa Couvara for Youngsfield Air Station Arts Club in the Cathedral Hall, Cape Town.


Inskip, 1972. p.121.

Trek 8(17):18, 1944.

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