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Eaton, Darrell 1988. A theatre complex in St. George's Park Port Elizabeth. Unpublished bachelor’s thesis. Port Elizabeth: University of Port Elizabeth.

Eaton, N. 1963. Ontstaan van die Kleinteater. Pretoriana, 41:15-16.

Ebewo, Patrick 2009. Satire: a shifting paradigm in Zakes Mda's dramaturgy (The Mother of All Eating; You Fool, How Can the Sky Fall?). English Academy Review, 26(2):

Ebewo, Patrick 2011. Transformation and the Drama Studies curriculum in South Africa: a survey of selected universities, in Igweonu, Kene (ed.). Trends in Twenty-First Century African Theatre and Performance. Amsterdam, Rodopi. 113-138.

Eckhardt, Michael 2004. A privileged access to the history of popular culture in South Africa – The Thelma Gutsche papers. South African Theatre Journal, 18:250-254.

Eckhardt, Michael 2006.The Leontine Sagan papers as source of South African theatrical history. South African Theatre Journal, 20:296-299.

Eckhardt, Michael 2010. Leontine Sagan: Licht und Schatten: Schauspielerin und Regisseurin auf vier Kontinenten. Berlin: Hentrich & Hentrich Verlag.

Edebiri, Unionmwan 1983. Drama as popular culture in Africa. Ufahamu, 12(2):139-149.

Ediger, M. 1985. Speaking activities and the pupil: live education. Transvaal Education News, 84(4):17-20.

Editorial. 1999. KKNK – 100 redes vir ‘n fees. Insig, 04/99:25.

Editorial. 2000. Hoogtepunte van die Aardklopfees 2000. Insig, 09/00:12.

Edlmann, T.M. 2007. An action learning based reflection on participative drama as a tool for transformation of identity in the spirals programme. Unpublished master’s thesis. Grahamstown: Rhodes University.

Educational drama : strategies for reconstruction / SAADYT conference papers 1992. 1992. [South Africa]: Southern African Association for Drama and Youth Theatre.

Edwards, Barry 1998 Presence and tele-presence: One map of non-linear performance process. South African Theatre Journal, 12(1&2):165-171.

Edwards, D. 1897. The Cape Town Guide. Cape Town: Maskew Miller (Digitised 2011)[1]


Eerste plattelandse kleinteater in ons land. 1951. Inspan, 10(6):19-24. March

Ehrlich, Rose 1947. Country without a theatre is a country without a soul. Outspan. 41(1046):25. March 14.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1979. Civic pride – or artistic suicide? Scenaria, (14):3.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1981a. Some thoughts on printed programs. Scenaria, (28):3

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1981b. Who censors the censors? Scenaria, (23):3.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1982a. PACT, Pretoria and the compounding of a felony. Scenaria, (32):3. July.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1982b. PACT, Pretoria and the compounding of a felony. {Scenaria Jul 82]. Discussion. Scenaria, (33):41.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1983a. The arts cartel exposed. Scenaria, (37):3.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1983b. The Bloemfontein ‘monument’ part 2. Scenaria, (39):3-4.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1983c. Johannesburg: all that is gold does not glitter. Scenaria, (36):3, 44.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1983d. A monument to…what? Scenaria, (37):11.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1984. CAPAB : the battle for support. Scenaria, (41):3.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1984. 100 awards in search of a character. Scenaria, (45):3-4.

Eichbaum, Julius F. & Viljoen, Henning 1986. The new Secunda Theatre. Scenaria, (68):9-14.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1986. The Johannesburg Civic Theatre: at last the confidential report. Scenaria, (66):3-5.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1987a. Scenaria – the first decade. Scenaria, (76):3-5.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1987b. The U.N. blacklist – a counter productive farce and the thin edge of the wedge. Scenaria, (79):3-4.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1988a. CAPAB: backwards into the future… if there is one. Scenaria, (92):3.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1988b. CAPAB: the first 25 years. Scenaria, (91):33-38.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1988c. A critical look at the new funding formula for the Performing Arts Councils. Scenaria, (86):3-5.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1988d. For the want of a nail… Scenaria, (87):3-4.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1988e. The future of the arts in South Africa. Scenaria, (84):3-5.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1988f. The National Arts Conference – hope for the future, rather than supping with the devil. Scenaria, (89):3.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1988g. PACOFS: ready for the next 25 years. Scenaria, (91):25-31.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1988h. PACT: the first year and thereafter. Scenaria, (91):3-12.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1988i. A shriek or a whimper? Cry freedom: why all the fuss? Scenaria, (92):11-13.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1988j. The state of the art – or the art of the State? Scenaria, (90):3.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1988k. 25 years of the Natal Performing Arts Council. Scenaria, (91):13-24.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1988l. Why the State should fund the Arts. Scenaria, (85):3-5.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1989a. Afrikaans drama – cornerstone or tombstone? Part II: the indaba. Scenaria, (102):6-8.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1989b. The arts in South Africa: a force in a changing society. Scenaria, Special issue, 3-6.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1989c. Funding the arts. Part I: the role of the state. Scenaria, (101):3-5.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1989d. Funding the arts. Part III: A fair solution? Scenaria, (103):33-34.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1989e. The Grahamstown Festival: much ado about nothing? Scenaria, (104):3-5.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1989f. Political protest theatre in South Africa. Scenaria, Special issue, 9-15.

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1989g. Shakespeare's The Tempest in Afrikaans. [Translation by Tjaart Potgieter] Scenaria, (103):

Eichbaum, Julius F. 1993. Are these the faces the ANC does not wish to see in the new South Africa? Scenaria, (146):6-7.

Eichstadt, Gottfried 1949. Suid-Afrikaners op die verhoog. Huisgenoot, 34(1426):9-11. July 29.



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