Christopher Prophet

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(19**-) Actor. * Started his career as a schoolboy at St Andrews Boys School in Bloemfontein, playing the leads in school plays, including Becket. First professional performance in The Tempest directed by Leslie French for PACOFS in 197*, then went to study Drama at the University of Cape Town?*. Worked for The Space in the 1970s. Among his roles there were The Exception and the Rule, Faces in the Wall (Pieter-Dirk Uys, 1973), Fragments, The Happy Prince, The Indian wants the Bronx, Kitsch, A Phoenix too Frequent, Post Mortem, Statements after an arrest under the Immorality Act (1972), What the Butler Saw and Where are you Going Hollis Jay?. He was also one of the designers on the production of The Indian wants the Bronx. * PROPHET, Christopher. He starred in the opening production at The Space Theatre on 28 May 1972 of Fugard’s Statements After an Arrest Under the Immorality Act together with Fugard and Yvonne Bryceland.


Tucker, 1997

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