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Gready, Paul 1994. "Political autobiography in search of liberation: working class theatre, collaboration and the construction of identity", in Liz Gunner (ed.). Politics and Performance: Theatre, Poetry and Song in Southern Africa. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press. 163-198.

Great prestige project for the province [Transvaal]. 1966. Construction in Southern Africa, 11(2):27-35.

Greeff, M. 2008. John Vorster se meisiekinders: profiel van twee vroue (Martelize Kolver). Lig, 73(7):18-21.

Greeff, Rachelle 1988. 'n Brug na die wêreld (Biography of the Afrikaans playwright Reza de Wet). De Kat, 3(11):94-96.

Greeff, Rachelle 1988. 'n Reënboog in lewende lywe. (Teaterprofiel: Belinda Koning). De Kat, 4(5):122-124.

Green, Garth V. 1987. Characterization in Pieter-Dirk Uys’s Appassionata. UNISA English Studies, 25(2):18-22.

Green, Michael 1984. The politics of loving: Fugard and the metropolis. English Academy Review, 2:41-54.

Green, Michael 1985. Towards a Method for Theatre Research: A South African Perspective, by Temple Hauptfleisch. Reviewed in: Critical Arts, 3(4):68-72.

Green, Robert J. 1968. Athol Fugard: dramatist of loneliness and isolation. Teater SA, 1(2):2-4.

Green, Robert J. 1976. The drama of Athol Fugard, in Heywood, C. (ed.). Aspects of South African Literature. London, Heinemann. 163-173.

Greer, Graham 2001. The role of the professional theatre critic in a post-apartheid South Africa. South African Theatre Journal, 15:56-64.

Greig, Robert J. 1980. To subsidise or not to subsidise? New Nation, 9(2):10-11.

Greig, Robert 1989. Zap-Pow-Whammee-Glop: Muller's Macbeth. Shakespeare in Southern Africa, 3:92-94.

Greig, Robert 1994. Introduction, in Slabolepszy, Paul Mooi Street and Other Moves. Johannesburg: University of Witwatersrand Press. vii-xviii.

Greyvenstein, Walter 1988a. The history and development of children's theatre in English in South Africa. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Johannesburg: Rand Afrikaans University.

Greyvenstein, Walter 1988b. Why not play in the classroom? Lyra Academica, 3(2):50-62.

Greyvenstein, Walter 1989a. Children's theatre in South Africa. Part I. Lantern, 38(2):17-24.

Greyvenstein, Walter 1989b Children's theatre in South Africa. Part II. Lantern, 38(3):28-35.

Greyvenstein, Walter 1989c. Let us entertain you! children’s theatre and popular entertainment. South African Theatre Journal, 3(2):51-68.

Greyvenstein, Walter 1989d. Players, a collection of one-act plays, edited by Temple Hauptfleisch & Ted Townsend. Reviewed in: South African Theatre Journal, 3(1):103-104.

Greyvenstein, Walter 1990. Drama as a method for teachers of English. Crux, 24(4):24-51.

Greyvenstein, Walter 1994. Playwrights and human rights by Paddy Terry and Herman Kotze. Reviewed in: South African Theatre Journal, 8(1):93-96.

Greyvensteyn, Z. 1980a. Dawie Malan – a profile. Scenaria, (18):26-27.

Greyvensteyn, Z. 1980b. Siegfried Mynhardt: a profile. Scenaria, (17):17-18.

Griffin, Jennifer 1992. John Kani: reading the troubled landscape of South Africa. AmericanTtheatre, 9(8):26-27.

Griffin, Jennifer 1993. Paul Slabolepszy: coming of age in the cradle of apartheid. American Theatre, 10(9):47-48.

Grimbeek, D. 1977. Opvoedkundige waarde van toneelspel. Rehabilitation in South Africa, 21:59-60. October.



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