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Dorothy Black Biography (1913-1985)
Born April 30, 1913, in Johannesburg, South Africa; died February 19, 1985, in London, England; daughter of Francis and Elizabeth Johanna (Albertyn) Black.
- South African
- Birth Details
- April 30, 1913
- Johannesburg, South Africa
- Death Details
- 19, 1985
- London, England
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE APPEARANCES
- Toured with a Shakespearean repertory company.
- PLAYS,PRODUCED The Prince of Bohemia (adapted from Robert Louis Stevenson's story "The Suicide Club"), 1941.
- Landslide (with David Peel), 1943.
- Men without Shadows, 1947.
- The Respectable Prostitute (adapted from Jean-Paul Sartre), 1947.
- Crime Passionel (adapted from Sartre), 1948.
- Point of Departure (adapted from Jean Anouilh), 1950.
- The Untamed (adapted from Anouilh), 1951.
- Lucifer and the Lord (adapted from Sartre), 1952.
- The Public Prosecutor (adapted from Fritz Hochwalder), 1953.
- The Snow Was Black (adapted from Simenon), 1953.
- Kean (adapted from Sartre), 1954.
- Three Sisters (with Micki Iveria), 1955.
- Donadiu (adapted from Hochwalder), 1956.
- Wings of the Wind (adapted from Alexander Rivemale), 1957.
- The Innocent Man (adapted from Hochwalder), 1958.
- Love from Italy (adapted from Louis Ducreux), 1960.
- The Rehearsal (adapted from Jean Anouilh; with Pamela Hansford Johnson),1961.
- Bonne Soupe (adapted from Felicien Marceau), 1961.
- The Singing Dolphin (original idea), 1963.
- Isabelle (adapted from Jacques Deval), 1964.
- Maxibules (adapted from Marcel Ayme), 1964.
- The Soldier's Tale (with Michael Flanders), 1970.
- Sword of Vengeance (adapted from Hochwalder), 1975.
- Riding to Jerusalem (adapted from Evelyn Coquet), 1978.
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