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The Dark is Light Enough (play)

The Dark is Light Enough is a 1954 play by Christopher Fry, which he wrote for Dame Edith Evans and set during the Hungarian Revolution of 1848. It is formally a comedy, but Fry subtitled the play 'A Winter Comedy' to signal its tragic qualities.

The play premiered at the Aldwych Theatre in London, UK, in May 1954.

The Original London Cast

The Original Broadway Cast

The extended preview season started at the ANTA Playhouse on February 23, 1955, and closed on April 23, 1955, after a total of 69 performances.

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