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''Bruidjie Dit en Bruidjie Dot'', by Mikro (1903-1968), adapted for the stage by [[Bosman de Kock]]. Presented by [[PACT]] in the [[National Theatre]], Pretoria, the [[Intimate Theatre]], Johannesburg and the [[Little Theatre]], Springs in 1964. [[Cobus Rossouw]] was the director and the cast were, among others, [[Leonora Nel]], [[Anna Cloete]], [[Wena Naudé]], [[Mathilde Hanekom]], [[Cobus Rossouw]] and [[James Norval]], with [[Louis van Niekerk]] making his debut on the stage. Decor designed by [[Limpie Basson]].
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''Bruidjie Dit en Bruidjie Dot'' is an adaptation and compilation for the stage by [[Bosman de Kock]] based on characters from several novellas by [[Mikro]] (1903-1968).
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== The original text ==
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==Translations and adaptations==
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== Performance history in South Africa ==
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Presented by [[PACT]] in the [[National Theatre]], Pretoria, the [[Intimate Theatre]], Johannesburg and the [[Little Theatre]], Springs in 1964. [[Cobus Rossouw]] was the director and the cast were [[Kita Redelinghuys]], [[Elsa Fouché]], [[Leonora Nel]], [[Anna Cloete]], [[Cobus Rossouw]], [[Sann de Lange]], [[Japie van Niekerk]], [[Wena Naudé]], [[Mathilde Hanekom]], [[Hennie Pretorius]], [[Ciska Marais]], [[Floris Mostert]] and [[James Norval]], with [[Louis van Niekerk]] making his debut on the stage. Decor designed by [[Limpie Basson]].
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==
PACT report 1963/64
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''Bruidjie Dit en Bruidjie Dot'' theatre programme, 1964.
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Latest revision as of 16:43, 1 June 2016

Bruidjie Dit en Bruidjie Dot is an adaptation and compilation for the stage by Bosman de Kock based on characters from several novellas by Mikro (1903-1968).

The original text

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

Presented by PACT in the National Theatre, Pretoria, the Intimate Theatre, Johannesburg and the Little Theatre, Springs in 1964. Cobus Rossouw was the director and the cast were Kita Redelinghuys, Elsa Fouché, Leonora Nel, Anna Cloete, Cobus Rossouw, Sann de Lange, Japie van Niekerk, Wena Naudé, Mathilde Hanekom, Hennie Pretorius, Ciska Marais, Floris Mostert and James Norval, with Louis van Niekerk making his debut on the stage. Decor designed by Limpie Basson.

Sources

Bruidjie Dit en Bruidjie Dot theatre programme, 1964.


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