The Spike or Victoria University College Review June 1926
A three-act farce entitled "Just as You Say, Dear," was staged in the Opera House on June 23rd to June 26th. It was an innovation in several directions—for example, not more than a score of students were concerned with its production, and the play was, to use the words of its author, Mr. G. H. R. Young, "musicless, danceless, songless." The first three nights amounted in essence to three dress rehearsals in public view, and the final performance was given before a large and genuinely appreciative audience. In another part of this magazine will be found a critic's impressions of the play. It is unnecessary to add (nevertheless we add it) that it is not to be taken as an expression of editorial opinion.