KOTZÉ, Sandra. (194*-) Actress, director and television producer.
She is married to actor Cobus Rossouw. Their daughters Susan Rossouw and Wilmien Rossouw are also actresses. Their son, Cobus Rossouw jr., is the director of televison productions such as Kruispad and Getroud met Rugby.
Between 198* and 199* she was Head of Afrikaans Television Drama?* at the SABC.
Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance
On stage she has appeared in Agt Vroue (1965), Cape Charade or Kaatje Kekkelbek (1968), Tartuffe (1968), Die Idioot (1969), Cyrano de Bergerac (1969), Moeder Hanna (1970), Richard III (1968/9), Ouers-Vra (1970), Uncle Vanya (several productions), Hond se Gedagte (1971), Die Selfmoordenaar (1973), Makiet in Kanna hy kô Hystoe (1974), Die Wind in die Takke van Sassafras (1974), Arme Moordenaar (1974), Drie Susters (1976), Twaalfde Nag (1975 and 1981), Die Droomkotiljons (1983), A Lesson from Aloes (1983).
She directed Die Ryk Weduwee (1974), Boeing-Boeing (1979), Happy Birthday (1980), Along Came a Spider (1980), Kinkels innie Kabel (1981), Die Tragedie van Romeo en Juliet (1981), Die Goue Kring (1982), As die Turksvy Blom (1983), Hond se Gedagte (1981 and 1988), Op Dees Aarde (1987) and co-directed Mamma Medea (2002).
She adapted Elsa Joubert's novel Die Swerfjare van Poppie Nongena for the stage with the co-operation of the author and eventually translated the play into English. In 1979 she directed a production of the play in Afrikaans for KRUIK.
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