One Season's King

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One Season's King is a short play by Scottish playwright George MacEwan Green (1931-2004). 3m, 1f.

One Season's King is a humorous look at the clash of the classes. Three men of vastly different social backgrounds compete for the hand of the boss's fair daughter. Who will win her affections and will he be able to keep her? Can anyone be king for more than one season?

First published by Evans Bros, London, 1971. Also published by Samuel French [1].

Performance history in South Africa

Presented by Durban Theatre Workshop Company, directed by John Rogers, May 1978.


Doollee [2].

Material held by NELM: [Collection: KORT, Maurice]: 2012. 379. 24. 17.

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