Jasmyn

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Jasmyn ("jasmine") is a play by Pieter Fourie (1940-)


The original text

A play about the plight of Beulah, a once famous beauty, now an aging and somewhat forgotten woman, and the repercussions of a rejuvenating process she undergoes thanks to a former lover.

Published by Protea Boekhuis, Pretoria in 2008, the play has not been performed yet. The text is seen as difficult to stage, but has received warm accolades from literary critics.

Translations and adaptations==


Performance history in South Africa

Sources

Nico Luwes 2010. Pieter Fourie (1940-) se bydrae as Afrikaanse dramaturg en kunsbestuurder: 1965-2010. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Bloemfontein: University of the Free State, pp.595-606 [1]

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