The Little Foxes

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The Little Foxes [1] is a 1939 play by American playwright Lillian Hellman [2]. In the play the character Regina Giddens practically murders her husband and robs her brothers to gain control of a factory.

The original text

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

1946: A production by Taubie Kushlick and Jeanny Targowsky was performed in the Standard Theatre, starring Kushlick and Frank Secker.

1989: Staged by PACT in the State Theatre in Pretoria and the Alexander Theatre in Johannesburg, directed by Terrence Shank, featuring Dorothy-Ann Gould (Birdie), James Borthwick (Oscar), Christopher Wells (Leo),

Nomhle Nkonyeni (Addie) and Dan Sebogodi (Cal).


World Drama, by Allardyce Nicoll. Harrap, 1949.

South African Opinion, 3(1):24, 1946.

PACT theatre progamme (undated).

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