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by [[Karl Wiltlinger]]. Afrikaans translation by [[Wilna Stockenström]]. Full-length. Cast: mixed. Published by [[Nas Bib]].
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''[[Die Paradysboot]]'' ("the paradise boat") is the [[Afrikaans]] name of a German play by Karl Wittlinger (1922-1994) [https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Wittlinger].
  
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== The original text ==
  
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(Original title in German?). Published by ?
  
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==Translations and adaptations==
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Translated into [[Afrikaans]] as  ''[[Die Paradysboot]]'' ("paradise boat") by [[Wilma Stockenström]].
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== Performance history in South Africa ==
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1967: Produced as part of a triple bill [[TRUK]], directed by [[Robert Mohr]], the other two pieces being: ''[[Uncle Vanya|Oom Wanja]]'' by Anton Chekhov and ''[[Uit Die Oude Doos|Uit de oude doos]]'' by [[Melt Brink]].
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Latest revision as of 07:13, 4 March 2022

Die Paradysboot ("the paradise boat") is the Afrikaans name of a German play by Karl Wittlinger (1922-1994) [1].

The original text

(Original title in German?). Published by ?

Translations and adaptations

Translated into Afrikaans as Die Paradysboot ("paradise boat") by Wilma Stockenström.

Performance history in South Africa

1967: Produced as part of a triple bill TRUK, directed by Robert Mohr, the other two pieces being: Oom Wanja by Anton Chekhov and Uit de oude doos by Melt Brink.

Sources

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