The History Boys

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The History Boys is a play by British playwright Alan Bennett (born 1934) [1]. The play premiered at the Royal National Theatre in London on 18 May 2004.

Perormance history in South Africa

2011: Premiered at the National Arts Festival, starring Graham Hopkins (Hector), Michael Richard (the headmaster Felix), Louise Saint Claire (Mrs Lintott) and Theo Landey (the young teacher). There are also the handsome and charismatic Dakin (Clyde Berning); the gay and Jewish Posner (Roberto Pombo); the religious Scripps (David Schlachter); and the athletically inclined Rudge (Asher Stoltz). Richard and Saint Claire's son Jeremy also makes an impressive professional debut. Directed by Alan Swerdlow, designed by Jannie Swanepoel. This production subsequently moved to the Montecasino Theatre.


Wikipedia [2].

Business Day, 16 August 2011).

The Herald, 6 July 2011.

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