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("When the cousin comes to visit") by [[Gerhard J. Beukes]]. An immensely popular [[Afrikaans]] one-act comedy set in a girls school hostel.  
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''[[As die Nefie kom Kuier!]]'' ("When the cousin comes to visit") is an [[Afrikaans]] one-act farce by [[Gerhard J. Beukes]].  
  
First published in ''[[Kerse Teen die Wind: Tien Eenbedrywe]]'' by [[Van Schaik]], 1950.  Later renamed ''[[Die Nefie Kom Kuier!]]'' and published in ''[[Die Nôientjie het Planne! Vier Ligte Eenakters]]'' (1969).  
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later renamed ''[[Die Nefie Kom Kuier!]]''. Sometimes also referred to wrongly as ''[[As Nefie Kom Kuier!]]''.
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== The original text ==
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Set in a girls school hostel, the play was first performed in 1950 and published in ''[[Kerse Teen die Wind: Tien Eenbedrywe]]'' by [[J.L. van Schaik]], 1950.   
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It was later renamed ''[[Die Nefie Kom Kuier!]]'' ("The cousin comes to visit!") and published in ''[[Die Nôientjie het Planne! Vier Ligte Eenakters]]'' (1969).
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==Performances==
  
 
First performed by ** in 195*,  
 
First performed by ** in 195*,  
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== Sources ==
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Go to [[ESAT Bibliography]]
 
Go to [[ESAT Bibliography]]

Latest revision as of 14:29, 14 February 2018

As die Nefie kom Kuier! ("When the cousin comes to visit") is an Afrikaans one-act farce by Gerhard J. Beukes.

later renamed Die Nefie Kom Kuier!. Sometimes also referred to wrongly as As Nefie Kom Kuier!.

The original text

Set in a girls school hostel, the play was first performed in 1950 and published in Kerse Teen die Wind: Tien Eenbedrywe by J.L. van Schaik, 1950.


It was later renamed Die Nefie Kom Kuier! ("The cousin comes to visit!") and published in Die Nôientjie het Planne! Vier Ligte Eenakters (1969).

Performances

First performed by ** in 195*,



Sources

Go to ESAT Bibliography

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