A. van Breda
A. van Breda (18**-18**) was a Dutch-speaking South African who was deeply involved in the English amateur theatre during the mid-1800s.
In 1845 he was an active member of All the World's a Stage, possibly a performer and listed as acting as one of the stewards for the Roeland Street Theatre, inter alia for a production of Charles XII and The Irish Tutor on 22 August, 1845. By 1847 he was the secretary of the Private Amateur Company, which performed in the Roeland Street Theatre that year.
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