|Written by||Roger Hall|
Wellington, New Zealand
|Subject||as a conventional dinner proceeds a series of flashbacks to the preceding weeks shows hidden links and stresses among all three couples|
Middle-Age Spread is a 1977 play written by New Zealand playwright Roger Hall that premiered at the Circa Theatre in Wellington, New Zealand. The play was later staged at the London West End Lyric Theatre in 1978, winning the Laurence Olivier Award Comedy of the Year.
- Hall, Roger (1978). Middle-Age Spread (First ed.). Wellington, New Zealand: Price Milburn for Victoria University Press. ISBN 0-7055-0664-9.
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