Pa, Maak vir my 'n Vlieër Pa
English title: Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow.
The original text
An about a man and his relationship with his mother and a (fictional?) son. A key absurdist work in the South African theatre, perhaps the best.
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1965: The first performance of the play was in the National Theatre Pretoria on 30 September 1965 (produced by PACT), directed by Robert Mohr starring Cobus Rossouw, Kita Redelinghuijs and Franz Marx.
1969: CAPAB's production of the Afrikaans text openened in the Hofmeyr Theatre on 19 December 1969. Robert Mohr was the director, assisted by Ken Leach. Raimond Schoop designed the decor. Stage director Scott Robertson, stage manager Brian Kennedy. The cast were Kita Redelinghuijs, Cobus Rossouw and Wilson Dunster. The English translation Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow premiered on 27 December 1969 in the Hofmeyr Theatre directed by Mohr with the same cast and credits.
2017: Performed at the Woordfees US Woordfees (March), Vrystaat Arts Festival (8-11 April) and the KKNK Festival (April), directed by Albert Maritz, with Sandra Prinsloo, Waldi Schultz en Wilhelm van der Walt.
Pa, Maak vir my 'n Vlieër Pa/Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow joint theatre programme, 1969.
CAPAB List of Plays Presented, 1971.
PACT theatre programme, 1985.
KKNK 2017 programme
Woordfees 2017 programme
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