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Seda, O. 1995. Politics and Performance : Theatre, Poetry and Song in Southern Africa, edited by Liz Gunner. Reviewed in: Southern African Review of Books, 9(35):5.

Seda, O. 2000. A response to Hazel Barnes’ ‘Ihlanzi ishelwe amanzi — as fish out of water: finding authentic voices in a multicultural student production’ (RIDE 4(2)). Research in Drama Education, 5(1):95-97.

Seddon D. 2004. Shakespeare's orality: Solomon Plaatje's Setswana translations. English Studies in Africa, 47(2):77-96.

Seeds, Dale E. 1996. Trickster by trade: Thomas Riccio on indigenous theatre, an interview. Drama Review, 40(4):118-133.

Seeff, Adele 2004. Recovering the history of the African theatre. Quarterly Bulletin of the National Library of South Africa, 58(4):159-167.

Seeff, Adele 2005. A quick buck. Quarterly Bulletin of the National Library of South Africa, 59(1):8-12.

Seeff, Adele 2009. Othello at the Market Theatre. Shakespeare Bulletin, 27(3):377-398.

Segal, Aaron 1987. The evolution and present state of black music and theatre in South Africa. Review of In Township Tonight: South Africa's Black City Music and Theatre, by David B. Coplan. Reviewed in: Africa Today, 34(1/2):132.

Segall, Kimberly Wedeven 2001. Over my dead body : trauma and unreconciled truths in South African performances. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University.

Segall, Kimberly Wedeven 2013. Performing Democracy in Iraq and South Africa: Gender, Media, and Resistance. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.

Seidenspinner, Margarete 1986. Exploring the Labyrinth: Athol Fugard’s Approach to South African Drama. Essen: Blaue Eule.

Seitisho, B. 2002. Lamenting Shakespeare : the missing link in South Africa’s Outcomes Based Education System (OBE). Perspectives in Education, 20(3):133-139.

Sekeleko, D. 1985. Dintlha tsa terama: first language study. (Tswana drama) Educamus, 31(7):

Sekgobela, Sesi Angelina 1992. Tshekatsheko ya kgotlhang mo dikgankhutshweng tsa Setswana. Unpublished master’s thesis. Yunibesithi ya Bophuthatswana.

A selected reading list on South African theatre, compiled by CESAT. 1985, 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. 156-159.

Semple, Hilary 1987. ‚The idea’s the thing’. Shakespeare Society of Southern Africa: Occasional Papers and Reviews, 2(2):3-6.

Semple, Hilary 1987. Othello: an historic milestone. Shakespeare in Southern Africa, 1:67-69.

Semple, Robert 1805. Walks and Sketches at the Cape of Good Hope, to which is subjoined a journey from Cape Town to Blettenberg's Bay. London : C. and R. Baldwin.

Senekal, Jan 1978. Beeld en Bedryf : Inleidende Opstelle oor Fasette van die Afrikaanse Drama / saamgestel deur J.H. Senekal. Pretoria: Van Schaik.

Senekal, Jan & Van Aswegen, Karien (eds.). 1980. Bronne by die Studie van Afrikaanse Dramas 1900-1978. Johannesburg: Perskor.

Sepamla, Sipho 1976. The Black writer in South Africa. New Classic, 3:18-26.

Sepamla, Sipho 1979. The urban cultural scene: theatre. S'ketsh',17-19.

Serfontein, P. & Brown, Graham 1970. Ontwerp vir die teater. Lantern, 19(3): 38-45.

Sergeant, Roy 1985. The performing arts in a hostile society. Die Suid-Afrikaan, (5):38-39.

Serudu, S.M. 1984. Ga a mo swanela, by M.L. Maloma. Reviewed in: South African Journal of African Languages, supplement 2:23-33.

Seyffert, M.C.A. 1988. André, by Temple Hauptfleisch. Reviewed in: South African Theatre Journal, 2(1):85-87.

Seymour, Hilary 1980. Sizwe Banzi is Dead: a study of artisitic ambivalence. Race & Class, 21(3):273-289.



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