Die Panne

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Die Panne is a play by Friedrich Dürrenmatt (1921-1990)[1]

The original text

Die Panne : eine noch mogliche Geschichte published by Arche in Zurich, 1966.

Translations and adaptations

An adaptation into Afrikaans by Leonora Nel is entitled Spel.

Translated from the original German into Afrikaans by Bartho Smit entitled Teenspoed: 'n nog moontlike verhaal. Published by Human & Rousseau, 1961 and in Bartho Smit-vertalings No 2, by HAUM 1985.

Performance history in South Africa

1964: Spel was presented by Pro Arte in Pretoria in 1964 starring, among others, Lourens Odendaal.

1971: Teenspoed was to have been presented in conjunction with Wolf, Wolf hoe laat is dit? (Aucamp) and Karel (Sławomir Mrożek) by Libertas Theatre Club under the direction of Marie van Heerden, opening 29 October 1971. However, in the absence of any theatre programme or newspaper reports (especially in the local Stellenbosch weekly paper Eikestadnuus), it is assumed that the production never materialised.

Sources

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_D%C3%BCrrenmatt

Twaalfde Nag programme notes, PACT 1964.

Announcement of future Libertas Theatre Club productions, Mary, Mary theatre programme, 1971.

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