The Wind and the Rain

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The Wind and the Rain (1933) by New Zealand-born playwright Merton Hodge (1903-1958) [1]. The play was performed 1000 times in London's West End, six months on New York's Broadway, toured the world and was translated into nine languages.

Performance history in South Africa

1943: Produced by Donald Inskip for the UCT Dramatic society in the Little Theatre, August 1943. The cast: Albert du Toit, George Prior, Basil Warner, Phyllis Stanton, Dorothea Gibson, Alfred Facilier, Beryl Joffe, Anthony Hodgson, Laurence Lerner,


Trek , 8(6):18.

Inskip, 1972.

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