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Masque, pseud. 1950. Shortcomings of the South African stage. Trek, 14(3):27-30.

Master Harold and the Boys, by Athol Fugard. 1982. [Dramatic criticiam]. Standpunte, 35(6):9-14.

Matchett, Sara 2012. Breath as impulse, breath as thread: breath as catalyst for making an autobiographical performance in response to ‘corrective rape’ and hate crimes against lesbians. South African Theatre Journal, 26(3):280-291.

Mathonsi, N.N. 2006. Tragic undertones in Elliot Zondi's Ukufa kukaShaka (the death of Shaka) - 1960. South African Journal of African Languages, 26(2):

Matabola, Mokhethi Othniel 1994 Classification of character in Molomo wa badimo by J.J. Moiloa : a few perspectives. Unpublished honourr’s thesis. Bloemfontein: University of the Orange Free State.

Matshikiza, John 2007. Measure for Measure: a very South African scenario. (Percy Baneshik memorial lecture) English Academy Review, 24(2):131-141.

Matthews, Alexander. 2014. Work/Life: Nicholas Ellenbogen – Playwright. An interview posted on Aerodrome[1] on 28 Jan 2014 at http://aerodrome.co.za/worklife-nicholas-ellenbogen-playwright/. Accessed: 6 September, 2017.

Matusse, Renato 1999. Past Roles and Development of Theatre Arts in SADC. Gaborone, Botswana: SADC.

Maxwell-Mahon, W.D. 1991. Romeo and Juliet: anatomy of violence. Lantern, 40(3):63-65.

Mayer, C. H. 2005. Artificial Walls: South African Narratives on Conflict, Difference and Identity: An Exploratory Study in Post-Apartheid South Africa. Stuttgart: Ibidem-Verlag.

Mazibuko, Doreen 1996. Theatre: the political weapon in South Africa, in Davis, Geoffrey V. & Fuchs, Anne (eds.). Theatre and Change in South Africa. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishing. 219-224.

Mazmane, V. 1978. Literature and politics among Blacks in South Africa. New Classic, 5:42-57.

Mbongeni Ngema: drama 1988. 2009. In Watterson, Lore (ed.). Standard Bank Young Artist Awards, 25 years. Randburg [South Africa] : DeskLink Media. 44-45.

Mbothwe, Mandla 2008. An African dream play - Isivuno Sama Phupha : reconstructing the spirit of ubuntu in the contemporary urban 'village' through theatre. Unpublished master’s thesis. Cape Town: University of Cape Town.

Mbotwe, Mandla 2010. Dissecting the aesthetics of identity in Isivuni Sama Phupha. South African Theatre Journal, 24:241-258.

McBurney, Blaine 1987. Theatre and Cultural Struggle in South Africa, by Robert Mshengu Kavanagh. Reviewed in: Contemporary Sociology, 16(3):391-393.

McCarthy, C.A. 1990. The formative value of drama presentations on selected student teachers. Unpublished master’s thesis. Durban: University of Durban-Westville.

McCaul-Dommisse, H. 1973. Hoe sal beeldradio ons lewende toneel raak? Buurman, 3(4): 23-24. June.

McDonald, Marianne 2002. 'A gift for his seventieth birthday : Athol Fugard's Sorrows and Rejoicings. Theatre Forum, (21): 3-13.

McDonald, Marianne 2006a. Preface to The Abbess. South African Theatre Journal, 20:335-338.

McDonald, Marianne 2006b. The return of the myth: Athol Fugard and the classics. Akroterion, 51(2):

McDonald, Marianne 2006c. Wearing the third hat: Athol Fugard as director. South African Theatre Journal, 20:207-220.

McDonald, Marianne 2012. The Craft of Athol Fugard: Space, Time, and Silence. Los Angeles; Murasaki Press.

McGibbon, Murray 1986. Theatre in the 21st century : a journey backwards into the future. NEON, (51):36-40.

McKay, Kim 1987. The Blood Knot reborn in the eighties: a reflection of the artist and his times. Modern Drama, 30(4):496-504.

McLaren, J. & Van der Walt, D. 1978. Nasionale Toneelbiblioteek en sy dienste. Opvoeding en Kultuur, 2(4):34-35. December.

McLaren, Jamie 2010. Storytelling, drama and play in psychosocial interventions for communities affected by HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa: developing pathways to locally sustainable care. South African Theatre Journal, 24:67-81.

McLaren, Robert Mshengu 1992. Theatre on the frontline: the political theatre of Zambukon/Izibuko. TDR, 36(1):90-114.

McLaren, Robert 1996. “The many individual wills.” From Crossroads to Survival. The work of Experimental Theatre Workshop ’71, in Davis, Geoffrey V. & Fuchs, Anne (eds.). Theatre and Change in South Africa. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishing. 25-48.

McLuckie, Craig W. 1993. Power, self, and other: the absurd in Boesman and Lena. Twentieth Century Literature, 39(4):423.

McLuskie, Kate 1999. Macbeth/Umbatha: Global Shakespeare in a post-colonial market. Shakespeare Survey, 52:154-165.



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