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Woman 's Realm "HOT GOLD." Henrietta Drake-Brockman's New Play. "HOT GOLD," Henrietta Drake-Brock man's latest play, has been offered by the author to assist the December drive of the Combined Local charities appeal. Her first play, "Men Without Wives," won the £125 sesquicentenary prize for the best Australian play and
Marjory Foster, who plays the part of Linda in "Hot Gold," a West Austra lian play to be presented soon in aid of local charities.
another was recently selected for an international collection of one-act plays published in London by Gollancz. The play will be presented at the CapI tol Theatre on December 20 and 21, pro duction being in the hands of Mr. Sol Sainken. Talented members of Perth's theatrical world who will take parts are Tom .Tracy. BernardCarter, Eric Par rant, Kevin Caporn, William Hoey, Frank O'Grady, Mrs. H. E. Braine, Roma Joy Williams and Marjorie Poster. The set tings include Hannan-street at night and a mine underground. An organ recital was held in the Trinity Church on Tuesday last and a collection was taken up for the R..A.F. Comforts Fund. Miss Dorothea Angus played several solos, and vocal items were given by Miss Phillis Everett, Mr. Roger Worth, and the Royal Schools Choir.