One Wild Oat

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One Wild Oat is a farce written in 1948 by British playwright and screenwriter Vernon Sylvaine [1] (1896-1957). Full-length. Cast: mixed.

The stage production debuted at the Garrick Theatre in London and was directed by Jack Buchanan.

The original text

Translations and adaptations

The author adapted the play into a 1951 British film.

The play was translated into Afrikaans by Jacques Loots entitled Moleste.

Performance history in South Africa

One Wild Oat produced by the Brian Brooke Company in Cape Town, 1952.


Wikipedia [2]

Brooke 1978. 212.

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