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Glanvill, A. 1988. Drama in the classroom: a lesson for biblical studies. Educamus, 34(2):19-21.

Glasser, Mona 1960. King Kong: A Venture in the Theatre. Cape Town: Howell.

Glenn, Catherine 1978. The Orange Earth, by Adam Small. Reviewed in: Speak, 1(5):55-56.

Gleuck, Germaine 1984. Standard Bank Festival of the Arts: 10th anniversary celebration. Scenaria, (45):19-23.

Gleuck, Germaine 1985. Frank Rogaly : South Africa’s ‘Mr Theatre’. Scenaria, (49):41-43.

Gleuck, Germaine 1986a. Dance takes centre spotlight at Grahamstown Festival. Scenaria, (65):9-15.

Gleuck, Germaine 1986b. The Port Elizabeth Opera House : past and present. Scenaria, (62):6-11.

Gleuck, Germaine 1986c. The Port Elizabeth Opera House : the interior. Scenaria, (62):16-18.

Goddard, Kevin & Wessels, Charles (eds.), 1992. Out of Exile: South African Writers Speak: Interviews with Albie Sachs, Lewis Nkosi, Mbulelo Mzamane, Breyten Breytenbach, Denis Brutus, Keorapetse Kgositsile. Grahamstown, National English Literary Museum. 26-36.

Goddard, Kevin 2009. Romeo and Juliet, Helen Wilkins: theatre review. Shakespeare in Southern Africa, 21(1):87-88.

Gomes, L. 1980. Ons klein sterre maak groot geld. Huisgenoot, 140-143. October 9.

Gonin, H. 1958. Die historiese Germanicus. Herzog-Annale, 7(11):58-67.

Goodall, Sallyann 1979. Theatre workshop: a report on the theatre workshop for Natal schools, organized by SAITT Natal Branch, on 10th Feb. Scenaria, (13):38.

Goodman, L. 1984. Sholem Aleichem and the Yiddish theatre. Jewish Affairs, 39(11):18-20.

Goodman, Lizbeth 1993. Contemporary Feminist Theatres: To Each Her Own. London: Routledge. (Gcina Mhlope, p. 168+)

Goodman, Lizbeth 1994. Teaching feminist theatres: Stages between theory and practice. South African Theatre Journal, 8(1):3-23.

Goodman, Lizbeth 1999. Speaking with and without words: an interview with Nomhle Nkonyeni. Contemporary Theatre Review, 9(2):1-4.

Goodman, Lizbeth 1999. Two conversations with Yvonne Banning about gender and drama in South African theatre during and after apartheid. Contemporary Theatre Review, 9(2):5-26.

Goodman, Lizbeth 1999. A conversation with Janet Suzman on South African theatre and the politics of the 'classics': Shakespeare and Brecht during and after the cultural boycott. Contemporary Theatre Review, 9(2):27-37.

Goodman, Ralph 2002. Fools, Bells and The Habit of Eating; three satires, by Zakes Mda. Reviewed in: South African Theatre Journal, 16:241-243.

Goodwin, Cliff. 2011. Sid James: A Biography. London: Random House

Goosen, Helena 1985. Bard of the Baakens. South African Panorama, 30(9) 18-23.

Goosen, Helena 1986. Campus theatre ’86. South African Panorama, 31(8):10-17.

Gorak, Jan 1989. Nothing to root for: Zakes Mda and South African resistance theatre. Theatre Journal, 41(4):478-491.

Gordon, A. 1990. The role of cultural expression in the struggle for non-racial democracy in South Africa: with particular emphasis on music, theatre and the changing philosophy of of the cultural boycott in South Africa. Unpublished master’s thesis. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Law School.

Gordon, Gary 2010. Shifting between bodies and words: writing and performing the butch dance, Amanogawa. South African Theatre Journal, 24:16-28.

Gordon, Robert John 1974. Some aspects of symbolic form in drama. Unpublished master’s thesis. Durban: University of Natal.

Gordon Robert 2007. Guilty secrets and cultural blind spots: Miller's plays in South Africa, in Brater, Enoch (ed.). Arthur Miller's Global Theater. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. 66-77.

Gordon, Robert 2009. Iago and the "swart gevaar" : the problems and pleasures of a [post]colonial "Othello". Anthology: The Shakespearean International Yearbook; volume 9: special section: South African Shakespeare in the twentieth century. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate. pp. 131-151.

Gosher, Sydney Paul 1988. A historical and critical survey of the South African one-act play written in English. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Pretoria: University of South Africa.


Götrk, Kacke 2001. Alternative Theatre in South Africa: Talks with Prime Movers Since the 1970s, by Rolf Solberg. Reviewed in: Nordic Theatre Studies, 14:166-167.

Goudvis, Bertha 2011. South African Odyssey, The autobiography of Bertha Goudvis, edited by Marcia Leveson. Cape Town: Picador, (Pan Macmillan, SA)

Gough, D.H. 1986. Xhosa narrative: an analyis of the production and linguistic properties of discourse with particular reference to "intsomi" texts. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Grahamstown: Rhodes University.

Gous, Martha Susanna 1990. Die Afrikaanse aktualiteitsdrama van die tagtigerjare. Unpublished master’s thesis. Pretoria: University of Pretoria.

Gouws, John 1990. Foucault and Shakespeare’s pedants, dotards, and drunks. Literator, 11(3):29-41.

Govender, Krijay 2000. Challenging the identity of South African Indian women through playwriting, and theatre : a look at three South African Indian women playwrights within the KwaZulu-Natal region post-1994. Unpublished master’s thesis. Durban: University of Natal.

Govender, Kubeshni 1996. Exploring text and con-text: analysis of Ordinary people: the peacemakers (1993); television review. Reviewed in: South African Theatre Journal, 10(2):193-199.

Govender, Ronnie 2008. In the Manure: Memories and Reflections. Claremont: David Philip.

Government White Paper on the creative arts. 1986. Scenaria, (65): 20.

Gqibitole, Khaya 2007. The politics of love in Mandla Myeko's play Apho Shikala Khona Isakhwatsha ("Where the go-away bird calls"). English in Africa, 34(2):67-77.

Gqibitole, Khaya Michael. 2012. Creativity or control? : a study of selected Xhosa radio plays in the Apartheid years. Unpublished PhD. thesis, Department English, University of KwaZulu-Natal.

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