Treetops

Cast: 4f 4m

Staging: 4 interior, 4 exterior sets

Amateur rights performance fee: £75 per performance (plus VAT where applicable)

Published in volume Nicholas Wright: Five Plays
First Staged:
Riverside Studios, London, 1978

Treetops

By Nicholas Wright
Published in volume Nicholas Wright: Five Plays
  • George Devine Award - 1978

Set in Cape Town in 1952, Nicholas Wright's debut play Treetops is about the early resistance to policies of apartheid or racial segregation, based on the author's own rebellious boyhood in his native South Africa.

Treetops was first staged at Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, in 1978, winning the George Devine Award for playwriting.

Press Quotes

'Mr Wright's characters emerge as real people: faulty, sympathetic and funny'

The Times

Cast: 4f 4m

Staging:4 interior, 4 exterior sets

Amateur rights performance fee: £75 per performance (plus VAT where applicable)

Published in volume Nicholas Wright: Five Plays

Also by Nicholas Wright:

Nicholas Wright: Five Plays
The Slaves of Solitude (stage version)
Cressida
His Dark Materials (stage version)
8 Hotels
The Desert Air
Vincent in Brixton
Thérèse Raquin (Zola/Wright)
Mrs Klein
Rattigan's Nijinsky
The Custom of the Country
Three Sisters (Chekhov/Wright)
Lulu
John Gabriel Borkman
One Fine Day
Naked
Regeneration (stage version)
The Last of the Duchess
The Reporter
Travelling Light

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