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''Die Markplein'' (“The marketplace”) is a play by [[W.A. de Klerk]]. A 4-act play about a powerful and egocentric man who returns from aborad to rediscover the value of the land. 
  
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== The original text ==
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Published by Tafelberg in 1978.
  
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==Translations and adaptations==
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== Performance history in South Africa ==
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Never performed professionally.
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A [[BAT]] production was presented by The Federasie van Rapportryerskorpse at the [[H.B. Thom Theatre]] on 25 September 1979 under the direction of [[Julie Maree]].
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== Sources ==
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''Die Markplein'' theatre programme, 1979.
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Latest revision as of 15:48, 15 February 2016

Die Markplein (“The marketplace”) is a play by W.A. de Klerk. A 4-act play about a powerful and egocentric man who returns from aborad to rediscover the value of the land.

The original text

Published by Tafelberg in 1978.

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

Never performed professionally.

A BAT production was presented by The Federasie van Rapportryerskorpse at the H.B. Thom Theatre on 25 September 1979 under the direction of Julie Maree.

Sources

Die Markplein theatre programme, 1979.

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

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