Die Jogger

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A play by André P. Brink (1997). Published by Human & Rousseau, 1997.

The original text

A play about the reconciliation process in South Africa after Apartheid. Brink's first play since Toiings op die Langpad in 1979.

Brink was awarded the Hertzog Prize for Drama in 2000 for the play.

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Performance history in South Africa

1997: Officially premièred at the KKNK 1997, after a run at the Nico Malan Theatre in February/March, produced by CAPAB and PACOFS, directed by Ilse van Hemert, with Chris van Niekerk, Nandi Nyembe, Anthea Thompson, Chris Vorster, Jan Ellis, Gerrit Snyman and Tony Kgoroge. Design by Peter Cazalet, Lighting by Kobus Rossouw and stage management by Gert du Preez.


KKNK programme 1997.

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