The Play at the Castle

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The Play at the Castle is the literal English translation for Játék a kastélyban, the title of a 1924 three act play by Hungarian playwright Ferenc Molnár (1878-1952)[1].

However, the play has really become popular in English through two adaptations, the first one by P.G. Wodehouse under the title The Play's the Thing in 1926, and the second one Tom Stoppard's Rough Crossing in 1984.

See The Play's the Thing

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