Mothobi Mutloatse (1952-). Writer, adaptor, director, administrator.
Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance
He created a musical adaptation (with Corney Mabaso) of Can Themba’s Baby, Come Duze (Windybrow?*,1991), provided additional dialogue for Barney Simon’s adaptation of Themba’s short story The Suit (Market Theatre 1993) and did a musical adaptation of Bloke Modisane’s autobiography (Bloke, Windybrow Theatre, 1994).
He wrote the musical Lakutshon Ilanga (Music is a healer) (1989).
He wrote threatre criticism for Voice' in the late 1970s.
He was a co-founder (with Miriam Tlali) of Skotaville Publishers.
He was appointed manager of the Johannesburg Civic Theatre's education and Development Department in January 1997.
Tucker, 1997. p. 530.
Weekly Mail (Mail & Guardian), 21 July 1994
Mail and Guardian, 21-27 November 1997.
New Nation, 17 January 1997.
Various entries in the NELM catalogue.
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