Mrs Dot is a farce in three acts by W. Somerset Maugham ().
The original text
The play, was originally called Worthley's Entire, presents a satirical portrait of Edwardian society and its through the story of the relationship between the vivacious, rich and enterprising widow Frances Annandale Worthley ("Mrs Dot") and Gerald Halstane.
This play, was first produced at the Comedy Theatre, Haymarket, London, on April 26, 1908, by Charles Frohman, with Marie Tempest as "Mrs Dot". The text was first published by William Heinemann, 1912
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
Samuel J. Rogal. 1997. A William Somerset Maugham Encyclopedia. Greenwood Publishing Group. By 
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