The Witch is a play by Norwegian novelist, playwright, stage producer and theatre historian Hans Wiers-Jenssen  (1866-1925), adapted from the Norwegian by English poet and writer John Masefield .
The original text
The original title in Norwegian is Anne Pedersdotter, (1908), first staged by Halfdan Christensen on Nationaltheatret. The play is based on Anne Pedersdotter, who was burned as a witch in Bergen in 1590.
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Performance history in South Africa
1951: A Spotlight production of the play was directed by Johann Nell at The Labia Theatre, Cape Town, from 13 February to 3 March 1951, with Lydia Lindeque, Johan Nell, Percy Sieff, Owen Roberts and Disney Banks in the cast.
NELM [Collection: SIEFF, Percy]: 2013. 25. 20. 1.
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