Japie's Courtship

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Japie's Courtship is a one act play by an author with the nom-de-plume of "Mowbray-Kloof".

The pseudonym, a combination of the names of two Cape Town suburbs, suggests a local author, According to the critic D.C. Boonzaier (1923), this was "a weak and attenuated variation of Mr Black's Love and the Hyphen".

Though Boonzaier's comments seem to refer to a full-length play, the suggestion that it was a one-act play comes from the theatre historian Gosher (1988).

1911: Produced in the Opera House, Cape Town, by an unnamed company, failing totally.