Watercolour Days by Harry Kalmer. The focus of the play is a middle-class eclectically-furnished Johannesburg home. But beneath this trendy Kensington facade lurks havoc and turmoil. The play uses interlinking music to comment on the action.
Performance history in South Africa
Presented by PACT at the Momentum, State Theatre and at the Windybrow Theatre, October 1991. Jacqui Singer was the director and members of the cast were Louis van Niekerk, Nomhle Nkonyeni, Shirley Johnston, James Borthwick, Seputla Sebogodi.
Translations and adaptations
PACT Info, (1), 1991.
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