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== Performance history in South Africa ==
 
== Performance history in South Africa ==
Staged by the [[Toerien-Firth Company]] in the [[Barnato Theatre]] in 1976 and in the [[Baxter Theatre]] in 1977, directed by [[Graham Armitage]], starring [[Royce Ryton]] and [[Eckard Rabe]].
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1966-1967: Staged by the [[Toerien-Firth Company]] in the [[Barnato Theatre]] in 1976 and in the [[Baxter Theatre]] in 1977, directed by [[Graham Armitage]], starring [[Royce Ryton]] and [[Eckard Rabe]].
  
In June 2001 it was staged by [[Pieter Toerien Productions]] in the [[Montecasino Theatre]] in Johannesburg and the [[Theatre on the Bay]] in Cape Town, directed by [[Alan Swerdlow]], with [[Malcolm Terrey]] and [[Ashley Dowds]].  
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2001: In June 2001 it was staged by [[Pieter Toerien Productions]] in the [[Montecasino Theatre]] in Johannesburg and the [[Theatre on the Bay]] in Cape Town, directed by [[Alan Swerdlow]], with [[Malcolm Terrey]] and [[Ashley Dowds]].
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==
''The Citizen'' 12 June 2001
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''[[The Citizen]]'', 12 June 2001.
 
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:47, 11 October 2019

A play for two men by Royce Ryton.

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Performance history in South Africa

1966-1967: Staged by the Toerien-Firth Company in the Barnato Theatre in 1976 and in the Baxter Theatre in 1977, directed by Graham Armitage, starring Royce Ryton and Eckard Rabe.

2001: In June 2001 it was staged by Pieter Toerien Productions in the Montecasino Theatre in Johannesburg and the Theatre on the Bay in Cape Town, directed by Alan Swerdlow, with Malcolm Terrey and Ashley Dowds.

Sources

The Citizen, 12 June 2001.

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