Errol Hart

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Errol Hart (19**-). Actor, director and stage manager.


Born in Pietermaritzburg, educated all over South Africa.




Followed an acting career after dropping out of architectural school at the University of Port Elizabeth. Started with a year in Brickhill-Burke’s Follies.

He worked at The Space for three years in the 1970s.

Moved to Johanesburg to work in revue, TV and at the Market Theatre.

Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

Performed in Play it again, Sam, Die Rebellie van Lafras Verwey, The Guise, The Haunted Host.

As actor he was in The Crafty Tortoise, The Disguise of the Ashes that arose out of the Karnaval at Scarborough to prove that Leonardo was Right–an investigation of guilt, The Eternal Dance, The Final Sting of the Dying Wasp, A Flea in her Ear, The Guise, H.P. and Friends, The Incredible Vanishing, Mickey Kannis Caught my Eye, My Cup Ranneth Over,Play it again, Sam, The Resistable Rise of Arturo UI, The Slab Boys, Sticks and Bones, Die Rebellie van Lafras Verwey, Run for your Wife and Three Courteline Comedies, The Haunted Host (1981), Peril at End House (1988), Playboys (1991). Charles Wykeham in Charley's Aunt 1988.

He directed All on Her Own and The Incredible Vanishing and was the stage manager for Dusa, Fish, Stas and Vi.

He wrote the plays Ants and Lose on the Swing.

His TV work includes Klagstaat and The Best of Mates

Awards, etc

He won an Amstel Award for his play Ants.


SACD 1981/82.

Run for you Wife programme notes, 1984.

Playboys programme notes, 1990.

NELM catalogue.

Go to ESAT Bibliography

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