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A "pantomime" by [[Lizz Meiring]] and [[Hannes Muller]].
== The original text ==
==Translations and adaptations==
== Performance history in South Africa ==
The pantomime first performed at [[KKNK]] 1999, directed by [[Hannes Muller]] and [[Lizz Meiring]], with [[Chris van Niekerk]], [[Jolette Odendaal]], [[Jan Stoop]] and others. Musical direction by [[Didi Kriel]].
== Sources ==
''Die Volksblad'', 27 March 1999.
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Latest revision as of 16:11, 11 September 2020

Die Spook van Donkergat (lit. "The ghost of dark hole") can refer to two dramatic works from South Africa:

Die Spook van Donkergat a film directed by Diana Ginsburg (1973)

An Afrikaans comedy feature film produced by Matt Druker, written by Pieter van der Byl and directed by Diana Ginsburg. Cinematography by Lionel Friedberg. Filmed in Cape Town and Elands Bay. Released in 1973.

Cast: Pieter van der Byl (Piet Pompies), Pip Freedman, Nerina Ferreira, Paul Malherbe, Fanie Bekker, Bruwer Engelbrecht, Limpie Basson, Paddy Canavan, Margot Luyt, Kathleen Lee, Marie Pentz, Petro Nolte, Pieter Geldenhuys, Arthur Kakiades, Jan Lombard, Johann van Heerden, Alan Prior, Pat Rutherford, Chris de Villiers, Andy Dell, Geoffrey Slaymaker, Cliff Jones.

Die Spook van Donkergat, a pantomime by Lizz Meiring and Hannes Muller (1999)

The original text

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

1999: First performed at KKNK , directed by Hannes Muller and Lizz Meiring, with Chris van Niekerk, Jolette Odendaal, Jan Stoop and others. Musical direction by Didi Kriel.


Afrikaans Wikipedia[1]

IMDB [2]

Die Volksblad, 27 March 1999.

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