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Labuschagne, Christina Elizabeth Magdalena 1994. Hamartia as tragiese begrip aan die hand van enkele Afrikaanse dramas. Unpublished master’s thesis. Pretoria: University of South Africa.

Lack of stage facilities. 1941. Forum, 4(14):18 and 4(15):18. July 5 and 12.

Lack of theatres. 1941. Forum, 4(20):14. April 16.

La Guma, Alex 1974. Hello or goodbye, Athol Fugard. The African Communist, 57:100-105.

Laidler, Percy Ward 1926. A tavern of the ocean: being a social and historical sketch of Cape Town from its earliest days Cape Town: Maskew Miller Limited.

Laidler, Percy Ward 1926. The Annals of the Cape Stage. Edinburgh: William Bryce.

Lambert, Roger & Snyman, Bailey 2010. Crossing boundaries: forging innovative theatrical and research content. South African Theatre Journal, 24:311-326.

Lane, Laura 1988. The politics of South African theatre. Unpublished bachelor’s thesis. Lake Forest College. (B.A. thesis).

Lang, R. 1964. Moira Lister: South African actress of many talents. Personality, 60-62. December 24.

Lang, R. 1966. Patrick Mynhardt, actor extraordinary. Personality, 39-47. October 13.

Lang, R. 1968a. Design for two (Aubrey Couling and Raimond Schoop). Personality, 144-148. November 7.

Lang, R. 1968b. Enter the king (Joe Stewardson0. Personality, 120-127. June 20.

Lang, R. 1968c. Jong kunstenaars in aantog. Sarie Marais, 20(2):124-125. July 31.

Langenhoven, C.J. 1974. Versamelde Werke ("Collected Works"). In 16 volumes (volume 8 contains his plays). Cape Town: Tafelberg. (First published 1933)

Langton, Robert Gore 1986. Macbeth’s Barclaymoan. Plays and Players, (399):14-15.

Lara Foot Newton: drama 1996. 2009. In Watterson, Lore (ed.). Standard Bank Young Artist Awards, 25 years. Randburg [South Africa] : DeskLink Media. 100-101.

Larlham, Daniel 2007. Transforming geographies and reconfigured spaces: South Africa’s National Arts Festival. TDR, 51(3):182-188.

Larlham, Daniel 2008. Sizwe Banzi is Dead. Reviewed in: Theatre Journal, 60(4):659-661.

Larlham, Daniel 2009. Brett Bailey and Third World bunfight. Theater, 39(1):6-17.

Larlham, M.C. 1986. Contemporary urban Black dance in Durban - an holistic approach. Unpublished master's thesis. Durban: University of Natal.

Larlham, Peter 1981. Black Performance in South Africa. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. New York University.

Larlham, Peter 1981. Festivals of the Nazareth Baptist Church. TDR, 25(4):59-74.

Larlham, Peter 1981. Isicathamia competition in South Africa. The Drama Review, 25(1):108-112.

Larlham, Peter 1985. Black Theater, Dance, and Ritual in South Africa. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press.

Larlham, Peter 1991. Theatre in transition: the cultural struggle in South Africa. The Drama Review, 35(1):200-211.

Larlham, Peter 1992. The impact of the dismantling of Apartheid on theatre in South Africa. South African Theatre Journal, 6(2):43-48.

Larlham, Peter 1993. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times: reflections on the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, July 1-11, 1993. South African Theatre Journal, 7(2):85-100.

Larlham, Peter 1995. Journey to Grahamstown: the 1995 Standard Bank National Arts Festival. South African Theatre Journal, 9(2):103-116.

Lashgari, Deirdre (ed.). 1995. Violence, Silence, and Anger: Women’s Writing as Transgression. Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia.

Lategan, F.V. 1952. Dramas op die Van Riebeeck-fees. Ons Eie Boek, 18(1):12-14.

Latilla, Marc 2013. Johannesburg 1912 – Suburb by suburb research. An internet blog (https://johannesburg1912.wordpress.com)

Latilla, Marc 2013. Theatres in Johannesburg, an article in the internet blog Johannesburg 1912 – Suburb by suburb research (https://johannesburg1912.wordpress.com/2013/07/29/theatres-in-early-johannesburg) First published on July 29, 2013 at 9:25 pm.

Laubscher, De Wet 1962. Die Toneel: 'n Handleiding vir Amateurs en Skole. Kaapstad, Haum.

Laughing when it hurts. 1998. Economist Financial Report, 349(8088):96-97. October 3.

Law, Robin 1987. In Township Tonight! South Africa’s Black City Music and Theatre, by David B. Coplan. Reviewed in: The Journal of African History, 28(3):468.

Lawrance Anne 1978. Mime and the actor. Scenaria, April/May: 13-15.

Lawrence, J. 1974. South Africa’s leading lady, (Janet Suzman). Fair Lady, 10(1):108-116. March 6.

Laws, Page 1996. South Africa through the prism: festival in Grahamstown, 1996. New Theatre Quarterly, 12(48):390-393.

Lawson. Mark 1987. Shaping up to Shakespeare (Antony Sher). Drama, (166):27-30.

Lawson, Lionel W. 1999. The search for identity in student literature in the late 1960s and early 1970s, in Smit, Johannes A. (ed.). Body, Identity, Sub-cultures and Repression in Texts from Africa. Durban: CSSALL. 66-76.

Lazarus, L. 1987a. Black Theatre, Dance and Ritual in South Africa, by Peter Larlham. Reviewed in: South African Theatre Journal, 1(1):133-135.

Lazarus, L. 1987b. In Township Tonight! South Africa’s Black City Music and Theatre, by David B. Coplan. Reviewed in: South African Theatre Journal, 1(1):136-137.


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