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Rabe, D. de V. 1983. Mimiek: die kuns van die gehoorgestremde. Opvoedkundige Kultuur, 6(3):26-27.

Rabe, L. 1985. In Shakespeare se towerwoud. Sarie, 14-16. January 30.

Rabe, S. 1982. Introduction to the art of stage make-up. Arabesque, 13:36. April.

Rabson, J.S. 1979. Psychodrama with alcoholics: a social work perspective. Social Work, 15:220-221. October.

Racster, Olga 1951. Curtain Up! The Story of Cape Theatre. Cape Town: Juta and Company.

Rademeyer, Philip 2012. Embracing dis-ease: imagining queer African performance. South African Theatre Journal, 26(3):270-279.

Raditlhalo, S.I. 2002. South African Theater as/and Intervention, edited by Marcia Blumberg and Dennis Walder; The Drama of South Africa: Plays, Pageants and Publics Since 1910, by Loren Kruger. Reviewed in: Banham Martin, Gibbs, James, & Osofisan, Femi (eds.). African Theatre. Women. Oxford: James Curry. 171-175.

Raditlhalo, S.I. 2009. Truth in Translation: The TRC and the Translation of the Translators. Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly, 32(1):89-101.

Rae, Almeda K. 1971. Dialogue and Characterization in the Plays of Athol Fugard. Unpublished master’s thesis Pretoria: University of Pretoria.

Rahner, Christiane 1996. Community theatre and indigenous performance traditions: an introduction to Chicano Theatre, with reference to parallel developments in South Africa. Literator: Tydskrif vir Besondere en Vergelykende Taal- en Literatuurstudie/Journal of Literary Criticism, Comparative Linguistics and Literary Studies, 17(3):61-76,.

Rahner, Christiane 2007. “Führt was vor!” Traditionelle “Vorträge” in deutschsprachigen Gemeinden Südafrikas, in Fassel, Horst, Ulrich, Paul S., Schindler, Otto G. (eds.) Deutsches Theater im Ausland vom 17. zum 20. Jahrhundert: Interkulturelle Beziehungen in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Berlin, Germany: Lit. 267-274.

Raidt, Edith H. 1981. Mariken van Nymegen - 'n middeleeuse mirakelspel. Reviewed in: Teaterforum, 2(1):82-86.

Raikes, R. Stage is set. 1971. Personality, 68-75. February 5.

Raine, Craig 1980. An interview with Athol Fugard. Quarto, (9):9-14.

Ramolao Makhene 2009. In Watterson, Lore (ed.). Standard Bank Young Artist Awards, 25 years. Randburg [South Africa] : DeskLink Media. 220-221.

Rapid development of National theatre. 1961. South African Digest, 8(7):9.

Rapoo, Connie 2011. 'Just give us the bones!': theatres of African diasporic returns. Critical Arts, 25(2):132-149.

Rassool, Ciraj & Witz, Lesley 1993. The 1952 Jan van Riebeeck Tercentenary Festival: Constructing and contesting public national history in South Africa. Journal of African History, 34:447-468.

Rautenbach, Elmarie 1999. Pieter-Dirk verklap Evita se geheim. Insig, 12/99:24.

Ravengai, Samuel 2015. African Theatre: Why it is important to transpose Western classics. The Conversation , 26 October[1]

Ravenscroft, A. 1955. Teaching of set books: a play. Ons Eie Boek, 21(1):31-33.

Raymer, John David 1975. Eight Recent Plays by South African Dramatist Athol Fugard: his Method, his Development as a Playwright, his South African Context, and the Major Influences upon him. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Ohio.

Raymond, Gerard 1993. Karma of violence. TheaterWeek, 6(306):24-30. June 21.

Razis, N. 1980. Popular theatre. South African Outlook, 110:102-103.

Read, John (comp.).1991. Athol Fugard. A Bibliography. Grahamstown: National English Literary Museum.

Rebirth of Port Elizabeth’s Opera House. 1968. Architect and Builder, 18(2):16-19.

Reddingsdaadbond propaganda and the stage. 1941. Forum. 4(9):28-29.

Redgrave, J.J. 1947. Port Elizabeth in Bygone Days. Wynberg: Rustica Press.

Reinecke, Dennis 1985. Staatsteater Pretoria, 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. 87-90.

Renders, Luc 1999. A house divided: ideological conflict in contemporary Afrikaans literature, in Smit, Johannes A. (ed.). Body, Identity, Sub-cultures and Repression in Texts from Africa. Durban: CSSALL. 126-140.

Repertory Players' success (J.M. Barrie's Shall We Join the Ladies?; Rosalind; The Old Lady Shows Her Medals). 1929. Footlights, 1(4):12.


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