This neglected social drama, first staged in 1922, finds religion and racism at the centre of a dispute about a robbery. When, at a weekend house party, a young Jew has a large sum of money taken, the other guests close ranks behind the culprit while the victim searches for the truth.
Director - Phil Willmott
Producer - The Steam Industry in association with Concordance
Author - John Galsworthy
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