Time and the Conways
Time and the Conways is a three-act British play written by J. B. Priestley in 1937 illustrating J. W. Dunne's Theory of Time through the experience of a moneyed Yorkshire family, the Conways, over a period of nineteen years from 1919 to 1937. Widely regarded as one of the best of Priestley's so-called 'Time Plays', a series of pieces for theatre which played with different concepts of Time. Published in Three time-plays : Dangerous Corner ; Time and the Conways ; I have been here before. Pan, 1947.
Performance history in South Africa
Translations and adaptations
The South African Theatre, Music and Dance, 1(1), 1939.
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