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1967: Presented by the [[University of Cape Town]]’s Speech and Drama Department at the [[Little Theatre]] in March, directed by [[Marcia Berger]] and [[Elizabeth Coates]].
 
1967: Presented by the [[University of Cape Town]]’s Speech and Drama Department at the [[Little Theatre]] in March, directed by [[Marcia Berger]] and [[Elizabeth Coates]].
  
1972: Presented by the [[PE Children's Theatre]] at the [[Port Elizabeth Opera House]]. Directed by [[Marjory Gilbey]] with music by [[Clifton Parker]] with special arrangements by [[Felicia Lifson]] and [[Don Galloway]]. Starring Esme Erasmus, Marilyn Stirk, Catherine Agnew, Karen Rose, Margaret Wiseman, Brenda Barnard, Paula Stewart, Susan Myrdal, Bruce Sanderson, Lewis Slade, Raella Abel, Gail Bernstein, Natalie Meyer, Aubrey Shelton, Ian Couper, Sigi Hallis Cohen, Raphael Hallis Cohen, Milton Drury, Debbie Storey, Mandy Rothenburg, Joanne Feinson, Janine Glick, Lisa Goldman, Carol Hersch, Jennifer McDonald, Hilary Vogel, Loretta Wilson, Fay Ann Meyer, Michele Anstey, Lee Ann Schewitz, Katherine Knight, Moya Britz, Belinda Crichton, Jennifer Dresda, Jennifer Hastings,Leonita Hide, Jane Humphrey, Susan Jewell, Leonie Joubert, Temima Maltz, Karen Mulder, Desiree Muller, Joanne Rademeyer, Ilana Saacks and Michael Sheinbaum.
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1972: Presented by the [[PE Children's Theatre]] at the [[Port Elizabeth Opera House]]. Directed by [[Marjory Gilbey]] with music by [[Clifton Parker]] with special arrangements by [[Felicia Lifson]] and [[Don Galloway]]. Starring Esme Erasmus, Marilyn Stirk, Catherine Agnew, Karen Rose, Margaret Wiseman, Brenda Barnard, Paula Stewart, Susan Myrdal, Bruce Sanderson, Lewis Slade, Raella Abel, Gail Bernstein, Natalie Meyer, [[Aubrey Shelton]], Ian Couper, Sigi Hallis Cohen, Raphael Hallis Cohen, Milton Drury, Debbie Storey, Mandy Rothenburg, Joanne Feinson, Janine Glick, Lisa Goldman, Carol Hersch, Jennifer McDonald, Hilary Vogel, Loretta Wilson, Fay Ann Meyer, Michele Anstey, Lee Ann Schewitz, Katherine Knight, Moya Britz, Belinda Crichton, Jennifer Dresda, Jennifer Hastings,Leonita Hide, Jane Humphrey, Susan Jewell, Leonie Joubert, Temima Maltz, Karen Mulder, Desiree Muller, Joanne Rademeyer, Ilana Saacks and Michael Sheinbaum.
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==

Latest revision as of 17:54, 10 January 2020

The Silver Curlew is a 1949 play with music by English author of children's stories and plays, poetry, biography, history and satire Eleanor Farjeon (1881-1965) [1].

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Performance history in South Africa

1967: Presented by the University of Cape Town’s Speech and Drama Department at the Little Theatre in March, directed by Marcia Berger and Elizabeth Coates.

1972: Presented by the PE Children's Theatre at the Port Elizabeth Opera House. Directed by Marjory Gilbey with music by Clifton Parker with special arrangements by Felicia Lifson and Don Galloway. Starring Esme Erasmus, Marilyn Stirk, Catherine Agnew, Karen Rose, Margaret Wiseman, Brenda Barnard, Paula Stewart, Susan Myrdal, Bruce Sanderson, Lewis Slade, Raella Abel, Gail Bernstein, Natalie Meyer, Aubrey Shelton, Ian Couper, Sigi Hallis Cohen, Raphael Hallis Cohen, Milton Drury, Debbie Storey, Mandy Rothenburg, Joanne Feinson, Janine Glick, Lisa Goldman, Carol Hersch, Jennifer McDonald, Hilary Vogel, Loretta Wilson, Fay Ann Meyer, Michele Anstey, Lee Ann Schewitz, Katherine Knight, Moya Britz, Belinda Crichton, Jennifer Dresda, Jennifer Hastings,Leonita Hide, Jane Humphrey, Susan Jewell, Leonie Joubert, Temima Maltz, Karen Mulder, Desiree Muller, Joanne Rademeyer, Ilana Saacks and Michael Sheinbaum.

Sources

Inskip, 1972. p.152.

Souvenir Programme from PE Children's Theatre production of The Silver Curlew, 1972.

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