Who Saw Him Die?

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Who Saw Him Die? is a 1974 thriller for the stage by English playwright and acreenwriter Tudor Gates (1930–2007) [1].

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Performance history in South Africa

1975: Staged by the Academy Theatre in Johannesburg at the Theatre Royal, directed by Charles Ross, with Peter Bayliss (Superintendent Pratt), Alan Curtis (John Rawlings), Kenneth Hendel (Dr Adcock), Elizabeth Francis (Christine), Andy Anderson (Police Sergeant) and Joey Wishnia (Mike Jennings). Designed by John Page.

1975: Presented by the Academy Theatre in the Nico Malan Theatre, February 1975. After an announcement that the theatre would be open for attendance by all races, Adam Small and his wife were among the more or less 30 Non-Whites who came to see the second-last performance on 21 February. (Wilhelm Grütter)


Academy Theatre programme (undated).

Theatre programme (with a note "Seen by Maurice Kort on 15 January 1975") held by NELM: [Collection: KORT, Maurice]: 2012. 379. 39. 18.

Petru & Carel Trichardt theatre programme collection.

Grütter, Wilhelm, CAPAB 25 Years, 1987. Unpublished research. p338.

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