Taylor, Renee Gertrude, 1929- . Wednesday to come

Wednesday to come is the first in a trilogy of plays by Renee (formerly Renee Taylor), about four generations of working-class New Zealand women. It is set in 1934, during a hunger march by unemployed workers. Wednesday to come was first performed at Wellington's Downstage Theatre in August 1984.

There are 4 related items to this topic
Date: 27 May 2005 From: Downstage Theatre (Wellington): Photographs of productions By: Read, David, active 2005 Ref: PAColl-9724-15 Description: Photographs of the Downstage Theatre production of 'Wednesday to Come', taken 27 May 2005 by David Read Photography Quantity: 169 colour original photograph...
Date: [ca May 2005] From: Downstage Theatre (Wellington): Photographs of productions Ref: PA12-8329 Description: Group portraits of Kate Harcourt (Granna), Miranda Harcourt (Iris), and Ellen Simpson (Jeannie) in costume, taken ca May 2005 to publicise the Downstage Thea...
A Scene from "Wednesday to Come" by Renee Taylor
Date: 1984 From: Downstage Theatre (Wellington): Photographs of productions Ref: PAColl-7704-23-4-02 Description: A scene from the play "Wednesday to Come" by Renee Taylor as performed at Downstage Theatre from the 17th of August to the 22 of September 1984. The actors ...
Date: August-September 1984 From: Downstage Theatre (Wellington): Photographs of productions By: Laven, Christine, active 1984-1987 Ref: PAColl-7704-23-4-01 Description: Davina Whitehouse as Granna (left) and Lucy Sheehan as Jeannie (right) in 'Wednesday to Come', staged by Downstage Theatre, Wellington, August-September 1984...