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Presented by the Repertory Theatre Society later known as the [[Cape Town Repertory Theatre Society]] directed by [[Joyce Bradley]], from 4 to 13 October 1951 at the [[Labia Theatre]], starring [[Yvonne Bryceland]], [[Michael Caldwell]], [[Gordon Bagnall]], [[Edy Adams]] and [[John Mullen]].
 
Presented by the Repertory Theatre Society later known as the [[Cape Town Repertory Theatre Society]] directed by [[Joyce Bradley]], from 4 to 13 October 1951 at the [[Labia Theatre]], starring [[Yvonne Bryceland]], [[Michael Caldwell]], [[Gordon Bagnall]], [[Edy Adams]] and [[John Mullen]].
  
Directed by [[Leontine Sagan]] for the [[Johannesburg Repertory Players]] as their second production in the new [[Johannesburg Repertory Theatre]] in 1951, starring [[Marjorie Gordon]] (Susan Lawn), [[Sidney Witkin]] (Sergeant Dohda), [[Jean Wilkinson]] (Flora McIver]], [[Don Davis]] (Ramillies) and [[Robert Russell]] (Robert Lawn).
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Directed by [[Leontine Sagan]] for the [[Johannesburg Repertory Players]] as their second production in the new [[Johannesburg Repertory Theatre]] in 1951, starring [[Marjorie Gordon]] (Susan Lawn), [[Sidney Witkin]] (Sergeant Dohda), [[Jean Wilkinson]] (Flora McIver), [[Don Davis]] (Ramillies) and [[Robert Russell]] (Robert Lawn).
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==

Latest revision as of 16:05, 14 December 2016

Love in Albania is a comedy in three acts by British playwright Eric Linklater [1] (1899-1974).

The original text

Published by English Theatre Guild, London, 1950.

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

Presented by the Repertory Theatre Society later known as the Cape Town Repertory Theatre Society directed by Joyce Bradley, from 4 to 13 October 1951 at the Labia Theatre, starring Yvonne Bryceland, Michael Caldwell, Gordon Bagnall, Edy Adams and John Mullen.

Directed by Leontine Sagan for the Johannesburg Repertory Players as their second production in the new Johannesburg Repertory Theatre in 1951, starring Marjorie Gordon (Susan Lawn), Sidney Witkin (Sergeant Dohda), Jean Wilkinson (Flora McIver), Don Davis (Ramillies) and Robert Russell (Robert Lawn).

Sources

Doollee: The Playwrights Database [2].

NELM: [Collection: FLETCHER, Jill]: 2005. 75. 19. 61.

Trek, 15(12):21. December 1951.

Undated clipping from Die Burger found in a scrapbook prepared by Sophie Snyman, student in Speech and Drama at the University of Stellenbosch, dated 1951.

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