Roman Fever and Other Stories


Hugh Leonard's one act adaptation of "Roman Fever" was first staged in Dublin in 1983.[3] Robert Ward's opera Roman Fever which premiered in 1993 at Duke University is based on this work.[4] Hungarian composer Gyula Fekete's opera Roman Fever premiered in 1996 at Budapest's Merlin Theatre. In September 1964, KPFA broadcast a radio adaptation of Roman Fever, with Pat Franklin and Shirley Medina, adapted and directed by Erik Bauersfeld, and technical production by John Whiting.[5]

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