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1989: Presented by [[Pieter Toerien]] Productions, opening 4 February 1989 at the [[Leonard Rayne Theatre]] starring [[Richard Loring]], [[Paul Ditchfield]], [[Mark Richardson]] and others, before moving to the [[Theatre on the Bay]] from 2-20 May 1989.
 
1989: Presented by [[Pieter Toerien]] Productions, opening 4 February 1989 at the [[Leonard Rayne Theatre]] starring [[Richard Loring]], [[Paul Ditchfield]], [[Mark Richardson]] and others, before moving to the [[Theatre on the Bay]] from 2-20 May 1989.
  
2010: Directed by [[Greg Homann]] at the [[Theatre on the Square|Old Mutual Theatre on the Square]], 2010.
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2010: Directed by [[Greg Homann]] at the [[Theatre on the Square|Old Mutual Theatre on the Square]], 2010, starring [[Kate Normington]], [[Malcolm Terrey]] and [[Matthew Stewardson]].
  
 
==Translations and adaptations==
 
==Translations and adaptations==
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''Tom Foolery'' theatre programme, 1981.
 
''Tom Foolery'' theatre programme, 1981.
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''[[Sunday Independent]]'', 31 January 2010.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:26, 14 September 2020

Tom Foolery is a musical revue based on lyrics and music that Tom Lehrer first performed in the 1950s and 1960s. Devised and produced by Cameron Mackintosh and Robin Ray, it premiered in London at the Criterion Theatre, directed by Gillian Lynne, on 5 June 1980. Occasionally written Tomfoolery.

Performance history in South Africa

1981: Produced in South Africa by Pieter Toerien in 1981, directed by British director Geoffrey Ferris, with Jonathan Rands, Andre Hattingh, Tim Plewman and Michael McGovern at the Intimate Theatre. Musical direction by Howard Morgan.

1981: Presented by Pieter Toerien and Shirley Firth by arrangement with Herbert de Leon Ltd in the Baxter Theatre in 1981, directed by the British director Geoffrey Ferris, starring Michael McGovern, Andre Hattingh, Tim Plewman and Jonathan Rands. Music directed by Howard Morgan.

1989: Presented by Pieter Toerien Productions, opening 4 February 1989 at the Leonard Rayne Theatre starring Richard Loring, Paul Ditchfield, Mark Richardson and others, before moving to the Theatre on the Bay from 2-20 May 1989.

2010: Directed by Greg Homann at the Old Mutual Theatre on the Square, 2010, starring Kate Normington, Malcolm Terrey and Matthew Stewardson.

Translations and adaptations

Sources

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Foolery.

Tom Foolery theatre programme, 1981.

Sunday Independent, 31 January 2010.

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