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Homann, Greg 2009. Landscape and body. South African Theatre Journal, 23:49-176.

Homann, Greg & Marc Maufort 2015. New territories : theatre, drama, and performance in Post-apartheid South Africa. Bruxelles : P.I.E. Peter Lang.

Honegger, Gitta; Patipatpaopong, Rassami; Schechter, Joel 1984. An interview with Athol Fugard. Theater Magazine, 16(11):32-39.

Hookham, John 1991. We the rhino: Ethnographic aggies and the representation of the Bushmen. South African Theatre Journal, 5(1):24-34.

Hoosain, Mohamed Faruk 1992. Alternative cultural practices in drama studies : an exploratory study. Unpublished master’s thesis. Durban: University of Natal.

Hope, Kim 2005. ‘I love you—you're my woman!’. Research in Drama Education, 10(2):241-245.

Hopkinson, Henry Thomas 1959. Birth of King Kong. The Reporter, 21:25-26. December 10.

Horn, Andrew 1985. Ideology and the melodramatic vision : popular theatre in Black South Africa and nineteenth-century America. English in Africa, 12(1):1-9.

Horn, Andrew 1986a. South African theatre; ideology and rebellion. Research in African Literatures, 17(2):211-233.

Horn, Andrew 1986b. South African theatre; ideology and rebellion, in Barber, K. (ed.). Readings in African Popular Culture. Bloomington, Ind: Indiana University Press. 73-80.

Horn, Andrew 1990. Introduction to The Plays of Zakes Mda by Zakes Mda. Johannesburg: Ravan Press.

Horn, M. 1988. Theater as a weapon. U.S. News & World Report, 105(1):50-54.

Horn, Peter 1996. What is a tribal dress? The ‘imbongi’ (praise-singer) and the ‘people’s poet’. Reactivation of a tradition in the liberation struggle, in Davis, Geoffrey V. & Fuchs, Anne (eds.). Theatre and Change in South Africa. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishing. 115-131.

Horne, H. 2008. Kaburu: ‘n Drama vir die Verhoog, by Deon Opperman. Reviewed in: South African Journal of Cultural History, 22(2):155-156.

Horne, Jacobus Johannes 1970. Anna Neethling-Pohl se bydrae tot die Afrikaanse verhoogkuns. Unpublished master’s thesis. Pretoria: Universiteit van Pretoria.

Horne, Hannes 1978. Van dramateks tot toneelopvoering. Scenaria, June/July: 63-64.

Horne, Hannes 1985. Die Suidwes-Afrikaanse Raad vir die Uitvoerende Kunste (SWARUK: 1966-1983). [The Performing Arts Council of South West Africa] , in Hauptfleisch, Temple (ed.). The Breytie Book: A Collection of Articles on South African Theatre Dedicated to P.P.B. Breytenbach. Johannesburg: The Limelight press. 101-105.

Horne, J.J. 1987. Anna Neethling-Pohl. Lantern, 36(1):3-13.

Horner, David 1967. Speech and drama. Fiat Lux, 2:297-300.

Horner, David 1972. Theatre in the hills. Fiat Lux, 7(1):27. February.

Horner, David 1976. All the world’s a stage – so pity the poor player. Journal of the University of Durban-Westville, 2(4):33-42.

Hosten Marc and Visser, J. 1999. Bartho Smit (1924-1986), in Perspektief en Profiel : 'n Afrikaanse Literatuurgeskiedenis, edited by H.P. van Coller. Hatfield, Pretoria: Van Schaik. 2:578-587.

Hough, Barry 1981. Interview with Athol Fugard – Port Elizabeth, 30 November 1977. Theoria, 55:37-48.

Hough, Barry 1979. Fugard’s Boesman and Lena in perspective. Crux, 13(1):29-36.

Hough, Barry 1985. 'n Boom met sterk wortels, Beeld (Kalender, pp. 2-3)

Hough, Barry 1985. Exit the king (Dawie Malan). De Kat, 1(2):95-98. August.

Hough, Barry 1995. Fugard staan poedelnakend. Insig, 09/95:43.

Houliston, Victor 1989. Shakespeare not our contemporary: classical rhetoric and the teaching of Shakespeare. Shakespeare in Southern Africa, 3:67-77.

House, Melanie J. 2010. Their place on the South African stage : The Peninsula Dramatic Society and the Trafalgar Players. Columbus, Ohio : Ohio State University. Unpublished doctoral dissertation.

Howard, George F. 1935a. Hay Fever,(Johannesburg Drama Circle). South African Opinion, 2(3):16. November 29.

Howard, George F. 1935b. Lady with the Lamp (Johannesburg Repertory Playreading Society), and three one-act plays (Sylvie Mathey Studios). South African Opinion, 2(4):17-18. December 13.

Howard, George F. 1935c. Lean Harvest (Johannesburg Repertory Players). South African Opinion,2(2):15. November 15.

Howard, George F. 1935d. The Man in Checks, by Lewis Sowden, produced by Kurt Baum. South African Opinion, 2(1):23.

Howard, George F. 1936a. Lady Precious Scream (Johannesburg Repertory Players). South African Opinion, 2(9):14. February 22.

Howard, George F. 1936b. The new dramatic season. South African Opinion, 2(6):19. January 10.

Howard, George F. 1936c. Scribbling cowards and art. (Playwriting in South Africa). South African Opinion, 2(7):15-16. January 24.

Howells, Stefan A. 1990. Cultural practice and powerful meanings: a study of black urban theatre in South Africa. Unpublished bachelor’s thesis. Harvard University.

Howlett, Leslie 2002. A Midsummer Night’s Dream directed by Fred Abrahamse for the Maynardville Open Air Theatre, 11 January to 23 February 2002. Shakespeare in Southern Africa, 14:50-51.




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