Brenda Lauth

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Brenda Lauth (19*-). Director, playwright, singer, arts columnist for The Natal Mercury (1990s).

Biography

Youth

Training

Career

Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

Directed Good Day by Emanuel Peluso (The Space, 1975), **

She directed Stop the World – I Want to Get Off at the Little Abbey Theatre, Durban, in 1985.

Directed You Might As Well Live, 1996.

Directed Something Unspoken by Tennessee Williams in the Square Space Theatre on the university campus, Durban.

She wrote and directed Portrait of Dorothy Parker in the Square Space Theatre on the university campus, Durban.

She wrote and directed Veil of Disgrace starring Belinda Harward as Maud Allen at the Hilton Drama Festival, Hilton College, Kwa-Zulu Natal, 1998.

Awards, etc

Nominated for Vita Award (Natal), Best director, award year 1996.

Sources

Material held by NELM: [Collection: KORT, Maurice]: 2012. 379. 30. 9.

Sunday Tribune 31 December 1995; 4 July 1996.

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