Peggy Caine

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Peggy Caine is a journalist, author and playwright.


Born in South Africa, she moved to Australia in 1960.

She has worked as a fitter, journalist and doctor's receptionist.

She published several short stories before turning to the theatre. Her comedy Who'll Come A-Waltzing (a play about British migrants in Australia), was staged by J.C Williamson Theatres in the major cities followed by many amateur and radio productions. Other plays include Byron In Love, Dear Jenny, Dear John and The Men in Their Lives.

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