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1948 - adapted by M. R. Ridley and produced by Felix Felton, 15 February 1948  

1955 - arranged by H. A. L. Craig, 7 March 1955

1960 - produced by R. D. Smith, 16 February 1960

1969 - adapted and produced by Raymond Raikes, 31 October 1969

Amateur

1920 - The Marlowe Society, Cambridge

March 1920

See: The Times, 19 March 1920

1925 - The Renaissance Theatre Society

directed by Edith Craig at the Scala, 11 October 1925

See: The Stage, 15 October 1925

        James Agate, Brief Chronicles (London: J. Cape, 1943), 144-6

1948 - The Marlowe Society, Cambridge

1949 - Leeds University Theatre Group

directed by John Boorman

1957 - The Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich

May 1957

1959 - Oxford

1964 - The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts

1969 - The Tavistock Repertory Company

at the Tower Theatre, Canonbury, London, 9-24 May 1969

1973 - the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

directed by Philip Allen-Morgan, February 1973

1975 - Liverpool University English Department

directed by Carol Barton and Jane Macnaught at the Eleanor Rathbone Theatre, University of Liverpool, 5-8 March, 1975

1975 - Gods Theatre Company

directed by Carol Boyle at the Wolfson Theatre, Churchill College, Cambridge, November 1975

1977 - The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama

directed by Edward Argent at the Third Eye Centre, Glasgow, 1-5 March 1977

1977 - Crawford Centre for Arts

directed by Malcolm Edwards at the Drama Studio, Crawford Centre for Arts, University of St Andrews, December 1977

1978 - Newcastle University Theatre Society

directed by Lorraine Monk at the Gulbenkian Studio, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 14-17 January 1978; taken to the National Union of Students Drama Festival at Easter and to the Oxford Playhouse

1981 - Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich

opened 20 November 1981

1981 - The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts

at the Vanbrugh Theatre, London, 9 -12 December 1981

Professional

1935 - The Phoenix Society

performed at St Martin's Theatre, 17 March 1935

See: The Times, 18 March 1935

        J. C. Trewin, We'll Hear a Play (London, 1949), 215

        Kenneth Tynan, He that Plays the King (London, 1950), 69-71

        Audrey Williamson, Theatre of Two Decades (London, 1951), 284

1961 - The Vic-Wells Association

directed by Peter Ellis at the Old Vic, London

opened 5 March 1961

See: Peter Roberts, Plays and Players, April 1961, 17

1965 - The Oxford Playhouse

summer 1965

1968 - the Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh

directed by Richard Eyre, March 1968

1969 - the Everyman Theatre, Liverpool

directed by John Russell Brown, 30 April - 17 May 1969

1969 - The Stables Company, Manchester

October 1969

1969 - The National Theatre Company

directed by Frank Dunlop at the Old Vic, London

opened 11?13 November 1969

See: Irving Warwdle, The Times, 14 November 1969

        Harold Hobson, The Sunday Times, 16 November 1969

        Helen Dawson, Plays and Players, January 1970, 38

        Frank Dunlop, Plays and Players, January 1970, 52-3

1971 - the Glasgow Citizens' Company

directed by Philip Prowse at the Glasgow Citizens' Theatre

opened 20 August 1971

1973 - the Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent

directed by Bob Eaton

opened 20 March 1973

1975 - the Nottingham Playhouse

directed by Richard Eyre, 15 May- 5 June, 1975

See: G. K. Hunter, RORD, 18 (1975), 65-6

1976 - Bullfinch Productions

directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, in an adaptation by Edward Bond at the Old Vic

opened 12 July 1976

See: John Barber, The Daily Telegraph, 13 July 1976

        Michael Billington, The Guardian, 13 July 1976

        Irving Wardle, The Times, 13 July 1976

        Robert Cushman, The Observer, 18 July 1976

        Harold Hobson, The Sunday Times, 18 July 1976

        David Zane Mairowitz, Plays and Players, September 1976, 28-9

1977 - The Old Vic Company

at the Old Vic, September - November 1976

See: Plays and Players, February 1977, 14-5

1980 - Contact Theatre Company

directed by Richard Williams at the Univeristy Theatre, Manchester, 10 September - 4 October 1980

See: Ned Chaillet, The Times, 18 September 1980

        R. V. Holdsworth, RORD, 23 (1980), 69-70

1981 - Cockpit Theatre Company

directed by John Wiles at the Cockpit, 14-23 May 1981

1981 - Abacus Company

at the Lodge, Cannongate, Edinburgh, 17-29 August, 1981

1981 - Anvil Theatre Company

directed by Gordon McDougal at the Oxford Playhouse, 2-14 November 1981

See: Roland Wymer, RORD, 26 (1983), 96-7

1983 - Bristol Old Vic Company

directed by John McMurray at the Theatre Royal, Bristol, 9 February-5 March 1983

1984 - the Glasgow Citizens' Company

directed by Philip Prowse at the Greenwich Theatre, London, February-March 1984

1991 - The National Theatre Company

directed by Philip Prowse at the Olivier Theatre, National Theatre, London

opened 8 June 1991

1996 - the Royal Shakespeare Company 

directed by Gale Edwards at the Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, press night 26 April 1996; transferred to the Pit, London on 7 January 1997

Gale Edwards went on to direct The White Devil at the Theatre Royal, Sydney, 18 August-13 September 2000, in a Sydney Theatre Company/Olympic Arts Festival co-production.