Maciek Miszewski

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Maciek Miszewski (19**-). Architect, set designer.

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

He was a member of the team responsible for the design of the Nico Malan Theatre Centre.

He was also the architect responsible for the overall design of the Space Theatre. In 1997, to commemorate the Space's 25 birthday, he also designed The Cape Times Watch this Space Exhibition, opening on 12 March 1997 featuring Space memorabilia, photographs, Moira Fine's Space Club, Space Benefit productions and a tribute to Yvonne Bryceland.

In the 1970s he did the following productions at The Space: The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant, Dusa, Fish, Stas and Vi and A Flea in Her Ear.

Other productions include Peer Gynt at the Little Theatre in 1969 and St Joan of the Stockyards (Baxter Theatre 1979).

He was a founding member of A Company of Actors in Cape Town in 1995. One of their first productions was Karnaval, which he designed.


Astbury [1].

Proceedings of the Symposium held at the Nico Malan Theatre Centre, Cape Town, 5-7 August, 1974 / under the auspices of CAPAB Theatres ; [edited by Don Hay-Whitton].

Astbury 1979.

Peer Gynt theatre programme, 1968.

Cape Times, 24 February 1997.

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