The Tragedy of Kay single work   drama  
Issue Details: First known date: 1932 1932
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A dramatically-staged poem, 'The Tragedy of Kay' was first produced by Ab-Intra Studio Theatre in July 1932 along with two other poems by Kester Baruch ('Iris' and 'Sandalwood Tree') and a one-act play, The Sister, by English dramatist Gordon Bottomley.

Production Details

  • 1932: Ab-Intra Studio Theatre, 354 King William Street, Adelaide; 3 July

    • Directors Alan Harkness and Kester Baruch; Producer Ab-Intra Studio Theatre
    • Although the cast is unknown, only four actors featured in the entire evening's entertainment, these being Alan Harkness, Kester Baruch, Phyllis Drummond and Thelma Afford.

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