Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University, Wellington. Vol. 22, No. 6. Wednesday, June 24, 1959
Particularly meritorious was the work of Barry Green as the Cretan farmer and Martin Kerr, a prisoner of war companion to the principal character Bill. This last part was perhaps not as sure as it might have been, yet neither was the character study. Robert Laking was nevertheless more than competent. The girls produced some good work.
Much credit must go for some striking sets and to Richard Campion for his obvious keenness to bring some dubious material to a more complete fruition.