Pantagleise is a 1929 full-length French play by Belgian dramatist Michel de Ghelderode (1898-1962) . He wrote the title role expressly for the Flemish comedian Renaat Verheyen, who died aged twenty-six, shortly after appearing in Pantagleize.
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Performance history in South Africa
1988: Staged in Afrikaans by PACT, directed by Ilse van Hemert, with Pieter Brand (Pantagleize), Samson Khumalo (Bamboola), Peter Terry (Innocenti), Paul Luckhoff (Lekidam), Tjaart Potgieter (Sluiper), Percy Pretorius (Stamper), Aletta Bezuidenhout (Rachel), Nomhle Nkonyeni (Balladeverkoopster & Regter), Johan Malherbe (Macboem & Offisier), Hennie Baird (Bankbestuurdertjie), Whinney Isaiah Setimo (Wag), Arthur Masekwameng (Wag) and Ronel Kriel (Advokaat). Designed by James MacNamara.
Inskip, Donald P., 1972. p.154.
PACT theatre programme, 1988.
PACT Info, (2), 1992.
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