ESAT Bibliography Dis-Doz

From ESAT
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Click on the appropriate letters of the alphabet in the sub-list below.

Da-Daz Dea-Deu Dev-Dir Dis-Doz Dr-Dup Dur-Dz

To return to any other letter, click on the list below

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Return to A Bibliography of South African South African Theatre and Performance


Dis koud hier (literary criticism, Braam van Wyk). 1972. Staatsamptenaar, 52(3):29-30.

Dissel, Jan 1945. Verlore Siele by Gerrit Naudé. Reviewed in: Trek, 10(8):15.

Dissel, Jan 1946. Die toneel: nuwe talent. Trek, 1 June:15.

Distiller, Natasha 2003. “Colonial Shakespeare”: report on the Shakespeare Society of Southern Africa’s tri-annual Shakespeare Congress. South African Theatre Journal, 17:253-257.

Distiller, Natasha 2003. Shakespeare and Race edited by Catherine M.S. Alexander and Stanley Wells. Reviewed in: Shakespeare in Southern Africa, 15:105-108.

Distiller, Natasha 2003. South African Shakespeare: a model for understanding cultural transformation? (1). Shakespeare in Southern Africa, 15:21-27.

Distiller, Natasha 2004. “We’re black, stupid”: uMabatha and the new South Africa on the world stage, in Distiller, Natasha & Steyn, Melissa (eds.). Under Construction: ‘Race’ and Identity in South Africa Today. Sandton: Heinemann. 149-162.

Distiller, Natasha 2004. The ‘Zulu Macbeth’: the value of an ‘African Shakespeare’. Shakespeare Survey, 57:159-168.

Distiller, Natasha 2005. A sign that history is happening: Shakespeare in 20th-century South African literature. Literature Compass. 2(1):

Distiller, Natasha 2005. South Africa, Shakespeare, and Post-colonial Culture. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press.

Distiller, Natasha 2009. Begging the questions: producing Shakespeare for post-apartheid South African schools. Social Dynamics,35:(1) Iss 1.

Dixon, Luke 2002. Foul papers in the township. Shakespeare in Southern Africa, 14:25-26.

Dlamini, Hloniphile Prudence 2001. Drama used against abuse of women : an investigation. Unpublished master’s thesis. Pietermaritzburg: University of Natal.

Dobie, B. 1977. Towards education for ‘acceptable speech’. Journal of Education, 9(1):23-32.

Dobie, Bruce 1984. Theory and practice in theatre craft. Teaterforum, 5(2):43-48.

Doke, C. M. 1936. Games, plays and dances of the Khomani Bushmen. Bantu Studies, 10.

Dominicus, F.C. 1919. Het Huiselik en Maarschappelik Leven van de Zuid-Afrikaner in de eerste helft der 18de eeuw[1]. s-Gravenhage, Martinus Nijhoff.

Dommisse, Hermien 1945. Die marionet. Filma, 2(2):4-5,25-26.

Dommisse, Hermien 1946. Conquest : the story of the Afrikaans professional theatre, in Rose, B.W. & Greenlees, M. (eds.). South African Panorama : Introducing South Africa, Her Art, Culture, and Peoples. Johannesburg : Literary Guild.

Dommisse, Hermien 1951. Hendrik Hanekom: as ek terugdink. Helikon, 1(2):10-13. December.

Dommisse, Hermien 1952. Afrikaanse toneelterminologie. Helikon, 1(3) – 1(4). February – April.

Dommisse, Hermien 1954. Empirisme en ons beroepstoneel. Ons Eie Boek, 20(4):122-124.

Dommisse, Hermien 1955. Ons toneel: ‘n braakland. Standpunte. 9(3):21-30.

Dommisse, Hermien 1957. Bedenkings en bespieëlings oor ons toneel. Standpunte, 9(5-6):16-26.

Dommisse, Hermien 1972. Die Dramaturg en sy Gemeenskap. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Pretoria: University of Pretoria.

Dommisse, Hermien 1976. Die Dramaturg en Sy Gemeenskap. Johannesburg: Perskor.

Dommisse, Hermien 1978. Oop teaters – waarheen? Buurman, 9(1):33-35. September.

Dommisse, Hermien 1981. Moederplig, by C. Louis Leipoldt. Reviewed in Tydskrif vir Letterkunde, Nuwe reeks 19(3):95-96.

Dommisse, Hermien 1982. Ai tog, die vroumense, by Joan Retief. Reviewed in Tydskrif vir Letterkunde, New Series 20(2):70-72.

Dommisse, Hermien 1988. Die blom in die rots: 'n toekoms vir die kunste. Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe, 28(1):764.

Dommisse, Hermien 1989. Die Afrikaanse toneel: moet mens lag of huil? De Kat, 5(5):108-109.

Dommisse, Hermien 1998. Voetspore. Cape Town: Human & Rousseau.

Dommisse, Hermien 2001. Long Journey of the Heart. Pretoria: LAPA.

Dommisse, Jaqueline 1985. A Women's Theatre Festival in South Africa: a documentation and analysis of the indigenous plays premièred at the Women’s Festival of Arts, Johannesburg, 1 April-11 May 1985. Johannesburg : University of the Witwatersrand.

Don, Charles D. 1951. Footlights of long ago. Outspan, 50(1283):41,103,105. September 29.

Donahue D. 2008. Blood kin. Publishers Weekly, 255(3):36.

Donahue, Francis 1995. Apartheid's dramatic legacy: Athol Fugard. The Midwest Quarterly, 36(3):323-330.

Donaldson, Andrew 1996. Funny place, South Africa : so how come the comedy explosion? Style, 12(1):86-88, 90, 92.

Dontsa, L. 1990. Contemporary political performing arts in South Africa. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. London: School of Oriental and African Studies.

Doodsberig (Hendrik Hanekom) 1952. Huisgenoot, 36(1559):3. February 8.

Doodsberig. (Wena Naudé). Unie, 75:176. November.

Douglas, K. 1980. Drama in community education. South African Outlook, 110:111-112.

Doyle, J. 1984. Builders on schedule with presrige R56-m opera house. South African Construction World, 3(9):58-68.


Click on the appropriate letters of the alphabet in the sub-list below.

Da-Daz Dea-Deu Dev-Dir Dis-Doz Dr-Dup Dur-Dz

To return to any other letter, click on the list below

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Return to A Bibliography of South African South African Theatre and Performance