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== Sources ==
== Sources ==
Correspondence with [[Frazer Fenton]], 12-14 April, 2016.  
Correspondence with [[Frazer Fenton]], April, 2016.  
Theatre programme held by [[NELM]]: [Collection: FLETCHER, Jill]: 2005. 75. 19. 2.
Cast list for ''[[Naked In The Fountain]]'' (courtesy of [[Frazer Fenton]])[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1A1KdqSI-zQreTqYdQ00N8XF40LNV9pR-5bO4Za0nXNs/edit?usp=sharing]
Theatre programme for ''[[Naked in the Fountain]]'',  held by [[NELM]]: [Collection: FLETCHER, Jill]: 2005. 75. 19. 2.
Go to [[ESAT Bibliography]]
Go to [[ESAT Bibliography]]

Revision as of 11:34, 26 April 2016

Naked in the Fountain is a play by Ron Fenton.

The original text

Described by Geoffery Tansley in his review in the Cape Times as "...a well thought out comedy in two scenes in which two husbands are at first outraged by the conduct of their wives, who, on impulse in the one case and in order to assert herself in the other, exhibit more of their charms than their spouses think right and proper. Later the men are forced to take a more modern view."

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

1976: Performed at the Masque Theatre, Muizenberg, by The Imps Drama Workshop in September - October (as a double bill with Beyond The Pale Of Water by Glynn Day). Directed by Glynn Day with Barbara Scott ("Eve Searle"), Lieske Bester ("Lucille"), Ron Fenton ("Edward Robinson"), Lynn Groll ("Selina"), Beverly Schmaman ("Mrs Van Gous"), Glynn Day ("James Andrews"), Norman Sargeant ("Fred Searle") and John Scott ("The Rev").


Correspondence with Frazer Fenton, April, 2016.

Cast list for Naked In The Fountain (courtesy of Frazer Fenton)[1]

Theatre programme for Naked in the Fountain, held by NELM: [Collection: FLETCHER, Jill]: 2005. 75. 19. 2.

Go to ESAT Bibliography

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