||14 November 1934
||Théâtre de l'Athénée in Paris
||Overcoming fears and hardtimes
||18th century, Scotland
Tessa (French title: Tessa, la nymphe au cœur fidèle) is a play written in 1934 by French dramatist Jean Giraudoux. It is a translation and adaptation of a 1926 stage version by Margaret Kennedy and Basil Dean of the former's 1924 novel The Constant Nymph.
Tessa was first performed on 14 November 1934 in Paris at the Théâtre de l'Athénée in a production by Louis Jouvet.
- ^ Grossvogel, David I. (1958), 20th Century French Drama, p. 341, Columbia University Press, New York.
- ^ Inskip, Donald, (1958), Jean Giraudoux, The Making of a Dramatist, p. 182, Oxford University Press, New York.