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First known date: 1932 Issue Details: First known date: 1932... 1932 Strained Relations : A Modern Comedy in One Act
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'GEORGE HAMILTON A Middle-aged Man

'ALICE ... His Wife

'LENORE ... Their Daughter

'BERENIS ... Alice's Sister

'KENNETH ...Their Brother

'JOAN ... His Wife

'MARY ... A Maid

'Scene : The lounge in the home of George and Alice. The time is the present, and about four o'clock on an afternoon in summer.'


Australian Women's Weekly, 10 March 1934, p.7.

Production Details

  • The earliest production traced so far was at the Playbox Theatre (Pitt Street, Sydney), produced by Dulcie Cohen.

    The production was part of a touring season of one-act plays; the plays that were produced had been selected by a reading committee.

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Alternative title: Strained Relations : A Tilt at Hypocrisy
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