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(“Evening flower of the Witsenberg mountains”) by [[D.F. Malherbe]]. *** Performed by the [[Sonop Afrikaner Kring]] / [[JAATS]] in 194* with [[Dirk de Villiers]] and [[Iris Coertse]].
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''[[Aandblom van die Witsenberge]]'' (“Evening flower of the Witsenberg mountains”) is a play by [[D.F. Malherbe]] ()
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==The original text==
  
 
Published in ''Die Meul Dreun en Ander Toneelwerk'' by [[Nasionale Pers]], 1943, also containing ''[[Die Meul Dreun]]'', ''[[Demetrios]]'', ''[[Dala]]'', ''[[Drakenstein]]'' and ''[[Wilhelm Tell]]'' by Schiller.
 
Published in ''Die Meul Dreun en Ander Toneelwerk'' by [[Nasionale Pers]], 1943, also containing ''[[Die Meul Dreun]]'', ''[[Demetrios]]'', ''[[Dala]]'', ''[[Drakenstein]]'' and ''[[Wilhelm Tell]]'' by Schiller.
  
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==Translations and adaptations==
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== Performance history in South Africa ==
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184*: Performed by the [[Sonop Afrikaner Kring]] / [[JAATS]] in 194* with [[Dirk de Villiers]] and [[Iris Coertse]].
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== Sources ==
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Go to [[ESAT Bibliography]]
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== Return to ==
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Return to [[PLAYS I: Original SA plays]]
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Return to [[PLAYS II: Foreign plays]]
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Return to [[PLAYS III: Collections]]
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Return to [[PLAYS IV: Pageants and public performances]]
  
Return to [[ESAT Plays 1 A|A]]
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Return to [[South_African_Festivals|South African Festivals and Competitions]]
  
Return to [[South_African_Theatre/Plays]]
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Return to [[The ESAT Entries]]
  
 
Return to [[Main Page]]
 
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Latest revision as of 11:41, 15 July 2020

Aandblom van die Witsenberge (“Evening flower of the Witsenberg mountains”) is a play by D.F. Malherbe ()

The original text

Published in Die Meul Dreun en Ander Toneelwerk by Nasionale Pers, 1943, also containing Die Meul Dreun, Demetrios, Dala, Drakenstein and Wilhelm Tell by Schiller.

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

184*: Performed by the Sonop Afrikaner Kring / JAATS in 194* with Dirk de Villiers and Iris Coertse.

Sources

Go to ESAT Bibliography

Return to

Return to PLAYS I: Original SA plays

Return to PLAYS II: Foreign plays

Return to PLAYS III: Collections

Return to PLAYS IV: Pageants and public performances

Return to South African Festivals and Competitions

Return to The ESAT Entries

Return to Main Page