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''[[Rhino for the Boradroom]] by [[D.A. Livingstone; ''[[Ritual 2378]]'' by [[Ian Ferguson]]; ''[[An Enquiry into the Voyage of the Santiago]]'' by [[Don Maclennan]]; ''[[An Evening at the Vernes]]'' by [[Stephan Gray]]; ''[[Weekend]]'' (Scene 1) by [[S. Roberts]]' .--Leshoai, B. Lines draw monsters (Act I) by [[B. Leshoai]]; ''[[Frame Work]]'' (Act 1) by [[Peter Wilhelm]].
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''[[Rhino for the Boardroom]] by [[D.A. Livingstone; ''[[Ritual 2378]]'' by [[Ian Ferguson]]; ''[[The Voyage of the Santiago|An Enquiry into the Voyage of the Santiago]]'' by [[Don Maclennan]]; ''[[An Evening at the Vernes]]'' by [[Stephan Gray]]; ''[[Weekend]]'' (Scene 1) by [[Sheila Roberts]] .--Leshoai, B. Lines draw monsters (Act I) by [[B. Leshoai]]; ''[[Frame Work]]'' (Act 1) by [[Peter Wilhelm]].
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==

Revision as of 10:41, 16 August 2019

Contemporary South African Plays is a collection of plays compiled by Ernest Pereira. Published in Johannesburg by Ravan Press in 1977. ISBN 9780869750643; : 086975064X.

Contents

Rhino for the Boardroom by [[D.A. Livingstone; Ritual 2378 by Ian Ferguson; An Enquiry into the Voyage of the Santiago by Don Maclennan; An Evening at the Vernes by Stephan Gray; Weekend (Scene 1) by Sheila Roberts .--Leshoai, B. Lines draw monsters (Act I) by B. Leshoai; Frame Work (Act 1) by Peter Wilhelm.

Sources

SACat, a union catalogue of items held by Southern African libraries.

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