W. Somerset Maugham Bibliography - Plays

Plays

  • A Man of Honour (1903)
  • Lady Frederick (1912) NB Written but not published in 1903, first produced as a play in 1907
  • Jack Straw (1912) NB Written but not published in 1907, first produced as a play in 1908
  • Mrs Dot (1912) NB Written but not published in 1904, first produced as a play in 1908
  • Penelope (1912) NB Written but not published in 1908, first produced as a play in 1909
  • The Explorer (1912) NB Written but not published in 1899, first produced as a play in 1908
  • The Tenth Man (1913) NB Written but not published in 1909, first produced as a play in 1910
  • Landed Gentry (1913) NB Written but not published in 1910, first produced as a play in 1910
  • Smith (1913) NB Written but not published in 1909, first produced as a play in 1909
  • The Land of Promise (1913)
  • The Unknown (1920)
  • The Circle (1921) NB Written but not published in 1919, first produced as a play in 1921
  • Caesar's Wife (1922) NB Written but not published in 1918, first produced as a play in 1919
  • East of Suez (1922)
  • Our Betters (1923) NB Written but not published in 1915, first produced as a play in 1917
  • Home and Beauty (1923) NB Written but not published in 1915, first produced as a play in 1919
  • The Unattainable (1923) NB Written but not published in 1902, novelised as The Bishop's Apron in 1906, first produced as a play in 1911
  • Loaves and Fishes (1924) NB Written but not published in 1903, first produced as a play in 1911
  • The Constant Wife (1927) NB Written but not published in 1926, first produced as a play in 1926
  • The Letter (1927)
  • The Sacred Flame (1928)
  • The Bread-Winner (1930)
  • For Services Rendered (1932)
  • Sheppey (1933) NB Written but not published in 1932, first produced as a play in 1933

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