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''I Have Been Here Before'', by J.B. Priestley. The play was first produced by Lewis Casson at the Royalty Theatre, London, on 22 September 1937. At a rural inn on a Yorkshire moor, three people enter a strange confrontation with the hallmarks of déjà vu, and a physicist attempts to prevent a disaster.
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'''''I Have Been Here Before''''' is a play by J.B. Priestley. The play was first produced by Lewis Casson at the Royalty Theatre, London, on 22 September 1937. At a rural inn on a Yorkshire moor, three people enter a strange confrontation with the hallmarks of déjà vu, and a physicist attempts to prevent a disaster.
  
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== Performance history in South Africa ==
 
Presented by the [[Cape Town Repertory Theatre Society]] in 1944 in the [[Little Theatre]], produced by [[R. H. Morrison]], featuring [[Bill Hirst]], [[Virginia Beyloos]], [[Rex Ainslie]], [[Joan Griffiths]], [[Frank Quinn]], [[Alfred Faclier]]. Set designed by [[Cecil Pym]].
 
Presented by the [[Cape Town Repertory Theatre Society]] in 1944 in the [[Little Theatre]], produced by [[R. H. Morrison]], featuring [[Bill Hirst]], [[Virginia Beyloos]], [[Rex Ainslie]], [[Joan Griffiths]], [[Frank Quinn]], [[Alfred Faclier]]. Set designed by [[Cecil Pym]].
  
 
===Sources===
 
===Sources===
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Have_Been_Here_Before
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Wikipedia [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Have_Been_Here_Before].
  
 
''South African Opinion'', 1(7):20, 1944.
 
''South African Opinion'', 1(7):20, 1944.
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[[ESAT Bibliography I|Inskip]], 1972. p. 130.
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''Trek'', 9(3):15, 1944.
  
  

Latest revision as of 15:39, 18 September 2017

I Have Been Here Before is a play by J.B. Priestley. The play was first produced by Lewis Casson at the Royalty Theatre, London, on 22 September 1937. At a rural inn on a Yorkshire moor, three people enter a strange confrontation with the hallmarks of déjà vu, and a physicist attempts to prevent a disaster.

Performance history in South Africa

Presented by the Cape Town Repertory Theatre Society in 1944 in the Little Theatre, produced by R. H. Morrison, featuring Bill Hirst, Virginia Beyloos, Rex Ainslie, Joan Griffiths, Frank Quinn, Alfred Faclier. Set designed by Cecil Pym.

Sources

Wikipedia [1].

South African Opinion, 1(7):20, 1944.

Inskip, 1972. p. 130.

Trek, 9(3):15, 1944.


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