Gladys Sibisa

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Gladys Sibisa (19**-). Actress.

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

She was one of the collaborators in the workshop led by Athol Fugard to create No-Good Friday (1958). It was Fugard’s first play, which was staged at the Bantu Men's Social Centre in conjunction with the Union of Southern African Artists in 1958. Fugard himself also appeared in the play, together with Dan Poho, Steve Moloi, Ken Gampu, Bloke Modisane and Zakes Mokae. This play was later transferred to the Brooke Theatre for a ‘whites only’ run.


Tucker, 1997. p.119.

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