AHUNDRED YEARS OLD
"A Hundred Years Old" was written in 1909.
It is a simple story of Spanish family life; but the characters are handled with extreme simplicity, poetry and charm, and provide a fine example of expert technique in smooth and facile play writing. Nothing is forced; no labouring for effects.
The story concerns the preparations for the birthday celebration of a most likeable and discerning centenarian, living in the small Andalusian town of Arenales.
Sussex Rural Community Council's Drama Festival
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A HUNDRED YEARS OLD
Playwright: Serafin & Joaquin Alvarez Quintero. English translation by Helen & Harvey Granville-Barker
Directed by: Joy Sinden
Production Date: November 1953
Group: New Amateur Dramatic Society (NADS)
Staged: St Andrews Parish Room