Drie Dae Meester

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Drie Dae Meester is a play by Herman Teirlinck (1879-1967) [1].

The original text

Translations and adaptations

Translated from Flemish into Afrikaans by Isabel Combrink and Cynthia Dekker.

Performance history in South Africa

1965: Presented by Universiteitsteater Stellenbosch in the Botha Hall in 1965, directed by Deon Joubert, starring Henk Hugo, Woutrine Theron, Deon Joubert and Rina la Grange.

1973: Pieter de Swardt directed Drie Dae Heer en Meester (a medieval play) in the Hofmeyr Theatre for CAPAB Afrikaans Company in July 1973.

1975: Presented by the Parow Toneelvereniging at a drama festival in Vishoek under the direction of Woutrine Theron, starring Lisma Kotze as a supporting actress.

Sources

UTS theatre pamphlet

Nico Malan Theatre Centre pamphlet, July 1973.

Skoonma is 'n Vuurvreter! programme notes, circa 1975.

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