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Hesse, G.H. 1986. Die individu en die gemeenskap in P.G. du Plessis se Die Nag van Legio en Dürrenmatt se Der Besuch der alten Damen. Tydskrif vir Letterkunde, 24(3):56-62.

Hesse, G.H. 1987. Die toeval: P.G. du Plessis en Friedrich Dürrenmatt. Tydskrif vir Letterkunde, 25:38-42.

Hesse, G.H. 1989. Die groteske in die dramas van P.G. du Plessis en Friedrich Dürrenmatt. Tydskrif vir Letterkunde, 27(3):90-97.

Hewitt, R. 1985. The Oral literature of the San and related peoples, in Andrzejewski, B.W. et al. (eds.). Literatures in African Languages: Theoretical Issues and Sample Surveys. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 650-672.

The Hexagon Experimental Theatre, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg. 1978. Scenaria, (10):29-31.

Hey, Joy 1966. One Kind of Phoenix : The Story of Peter Hey. Pietermaritzburg : Shuter and Shooter.

Heyneman, Louis 1988. 'n Kwarteeu van 'staatstoneel': waarheen nou? De Kat, 4(5):62-65.

Heyns, M.S. 1967. Die H.B. Thom-teater op Stellenbosch. Lantern, 17(2):36-41.

Heywood, C. (ed.). 1974. Aspects of South African Literature. London: Heinemann.

Heywood, Christopher. 2004. A History of South African Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Higginson, Craig, Foanna Laurens & Caridad Svich 2004. A triangle of thought. Performance Research, 9(1):76-80.

Hill, Ronald 1965. Shame. Theatre World, 61:13-15.

Hiltermann, Tracey Virginia 1993. The ethnography of visual literacy: a theoretical perspective for the study and teaching of visual discourses. Unpublihed doctoral dissertation. Johannesburg: University of the Witwatersrand.

Hirschson, P. 1994. The 25th Raps Schools Play Festival. Transvaal Educational News, 92(3):12-13.

History of the State Theatre Pretoria. 1981. Scenaria, Special issue: 3-5.

Hlongwane, Ali Khangela 1994. Reflections on a cultural day of artists and workers on 16 April 1989, in Gunner, Liz (ed.). Politics and Performance: Theatre, Poetry and Song in Southern Africa. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press. 199-202.

Hoegberg, David E. 1995-6. ‘Master Harold’ and the Bard: education and succession in Fugard and Shakespeare. Comparative Drama, 29(3):415-435.

Hoernlé, A. 1934. The Bantu Dramatic Society of Johannesburg. Africa: journal of the International African Institute, 7:223-227.

Hofer, Alison 2011. Trusting the Actor, by Brian Astbury. Reviewed in: South African Theatre Journal, 25(3):254-257.

Hoffman, Arthur & Romain, Anna 1980. They Built a Theatre: The Story of the Johannesburg Repertory Society. Johannesbrug: Ad Donker.

Hoffman, Rosemary Ursula 1964. A List of Theatre Performances in Johannesburg, 1887-1897, based on the programme collection in the Strange Library of Africana, Johannesburg. Johannesburg: Johannesburg Public Library.

Hofmeyer, Isabel 1995. Politics and Performance: Theatre, Poetry and Song in Southern Africa, edited by L. Gunner. Reviewed in: South African Historical Journal, 47(32):292-293.

Holdridge, C.A. 2010. Sam Sly’s African Journal and the Role of Satire in Colonial British Identity at the Cape of Good Hope c. 1840-1850. M.A Dissertation, Cape Town:University of Cape Town, 2010.

Holdsworth, Nadine. 2014. Theatre and National Identity: Re-Imagining Conceptions of Nation. Routledge Advances in Theatre and Performance Studies, London: Routledge.

Holiday, A. 1998. Forgiving and forgetting: the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, in Nutall, Sarah & Coetzee, Carli (eds.). Negotiating the Past. The Making of Memory in South Africa. Cape Town: Oxford University Press.

Holloway, David 1979. Playing the Empire. London: Harrap.

Holloway, Myles 1988a. An interview with Zakes Mda. South African Theatre Journal, 2(2):81-8

Holloway, Myles Kenton 1988b. Zakes Mda's plays : the art of the text in the context of politics. Unpublished master’s thesis. Durban: University of Natal.

Holloway, Myles 1989a. Discordant voices of a lived reality: Zakes Mda’s The Hill. South African Theatre Journal, 3(2):33-50.

Holloway, Myles 1989b. Social commentary and artistic mediation in Zakes Mda’s early plays. English Academy Review, 6:28-41.

Holloway, Myles 1992. The crisis of liberalism in South African theatre. Westerley, 3:41-47.

Holloway, Myles 1993a. Creative co-operation: a critical survey of workshop theatre in South Africa, South African Theatre Journal, 7(1):17-31.

Holloway, Myles 1993b. Playland: Fugard's liberalism. U N I S A English Studies, 31(1).

Holloway, Myles 1997. Music Hall in Johannesburg: 1886-1896. South African Theatre Journal, 11(1&2):15-53.

Holmes, J. 2002. ‘A world elsewhere’: Shakespeare in South Africa. Shakespeare Survey, 55:271-284.




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