The Little Minister
The Little Minister, by Scottish author and dramatist Sir James Barrie  (1860-1937), best remembered as the creator of Peter Pan. A young minister falls in love with a gypsy girl who turns out to be the world’s equivalent of a fairy princess.
Performance history in South Africa
An amateur production (the Medical School Players) staged the play at the Wits University Hall in 1944, featuring Thomas Bothwell and Peggy Irwin. Produced by Mr Goldblatt. Set design by Rene Shapshak.
South African Opinion, 1(3), 1944, 18
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