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Lincoln, D. 1974. Taking off into Space. Personality, 50-53. June 28.

Lindenberg, Ernst 1961. Leipoldt contra Smith? Standpunte, 14(6):67.

Lindenberg, Ernst 1962. Duister Leipoldt. Standpunte, 15(4-5):48-55.

Lindeque, Lydia 1941. Trek Op die Skerm. Pretoria : Van Schaik.

Lindeque, Lydia 1947. Ons gehoor is soldate. Brandwag, 10(509) – 11(521). July 4 – September 26.

Lindeque, Lydia 1952. Our town should each have a national theatre. Outspan, 50(1300):33-35. January 25.

Linder, Cynthia 1971. (Four plays: Counsellors, Potluck and Irish Stew, Magnus, The Festival by H.W.D. Manson). [Literary criticism]. Contrast, 7(3):90-96. November.

Lindfors, Bernth 1979. A Zulu view of Victorian London Munger Africana Library Notes: 48

Lindfors, Bernth 1999a. Charles Dickens and the Zulus, in Lindfors, Bernth (ed.). Africans on stage : studies in ethnological show business. Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press. 62-80.

Lindfors, Bernth 1999b. The rise and fall of Mbongeni Ngema: the AIDS play, in Blumberg, Marcia & Walder, Dennis (eds.). South African Theatre as/and Intervention. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 181-191.

Lindfors, Bernth. 2011. Ira Aldridge: Performing Shakespeare in Europe, 1852-1855, Boydell & Brewer[1]

Lindfors, Bernth 2014. Early African Entertainments Abroad. Madison, USA: University of Wisconsin Press.

Linscott, A.P. 1936a. Accent on Youth. (Jewish Guild) South African Opinion, 2(16):14. May 29.

Linscott, A.P. 1936b. Clifford Odets and Repertory. South African Opinion, 2(24):13. September 18.

Linscott, A.P. 1936c. The Empire Exhibition and the Little Theatre. South African Opinion, 3(3):17. November 28.

Linscott, A.P. 1936d. George Bernard Shaw and the amateurs (Jewish Guild). South African Opinion, 3(5):19. December 26.

Linscott, A.P. 1936e. Little Theatre. South African Opinion, 2(21):18. August 7.

Linscott, A.P. 1936f. Lover's Leap (Johannesburg Repertory Players)South African Opinion, 2(17):15. June 12.

Linscott, A.P. 1936g. R.U.R. (Johannesburg Repertory Players). South African Opinion, 3(2):15. November 14.

Linscott, A.P. 1936h. The Brontes (Johannesburg Repertory Players) South African Opinion, 2(19):13. July 10.

Linscott, A.P. 1936i. The Man From Toronto. (Krugersdorp Municipal Dramatic and Operatic Society)South African Opinion, 2(26):15. October 16.

Linscott, A.P. 1936j. The Three Sisters at His Majesty's Theatre. South African Opinion, 2(18):15..

Linscott, A.P. 1936k. The Unknown Warrior, producer Kurt Baum. South African Opinion, 2(18):16.

Linscott, A.P. 1936l. Tobias and the Angel, by James Bridie.South African Opinion, 11(23):14. September 4.

Linscott, A.P. 1937a. An evening of one-act plays (Jewish Guild). South African Opinion, 3(16):10. May 29.

Linscott, A.P. 1937b. Mr van Gyseghem and the Bantu Players. South African Opinion, 3(7):15. January 23.

Linscott, A.P. 1937c. Mr van Gyseghem and the Pageant. South African Opinion, 3(7):15-16. January 23.

Linscott, A.P. 1937d. See Naples and Die (Harold Kahn, Jewish Guild). South African Opinion, 3(10):17.

Linscott, A.P. 1937e. The Case of the Frightened Lady. (Jewish Guild)South African Opinion, 3(14):14. May 1.

Lister, Mary, De Jager, Brian & Kettle, Adrian (eds.). 1997. 50 Years of the Cape Town Gilbert and Sullivan Society. Cape Town: Cape Town Gilbert and Sullivan Society.

Litkie, Celeste Avril 2003. Selected Black African dramatists south of the Zambezi. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Stellenbosch: University of Stellenbosch.

The Little Theatre presents Coming of age : drama, opera, ballet, mime, Tuesday 18th August 1931 to Tuesday 23rd December 1952. 1952. Cape Town: University of Cape Town.

Liu, Yao-kun 1994. Woza Albert! : a play of the age : an introduction for a Chinese readership. Unpublished master’s thesis. Durban: University of Natal.

Liu, Yao-kun 1997. A voice to the voiceless : on the development of black drama in South Africa. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Pretoria: University of Pretoria.

Liu, Yao-kun 1999. Woza Albert! – a play of the age, in Smit, J.A. (ed.). The Dancing Dwarf From the Land of Spirits. Durban: CSSALL. 170-185.

Liu, Yao-kun 2001. uNosilimela - an African epic and mythology, in Lokangaka, Losambi & Sarinjeive D. (eds.). Pre-colonial and Post-colonial Theatre in Africa. Claremont, South Africa: New Africa Education. 60-71.

Liu, Yao-kun 2003. Zakes Mda’s We Shall Sing for the Fatherland: an illustration of African life using European dramatic modes. English in Africa, 30(1):123-124.

Liu, Yao-kun 2004. An experimental theatre laboratory - on Fugard's play The Coat. South African Theatre Journal, 18:39-49.

Living literature. 1972. South African Panorama, 17(9):48-49. [Coloured people theatre].

Lodge, J.O. 1976. Baxter Theatre in construction. Planning and Building Developments, 20:70-71. May-June.

Lombard, Chris Johannes 1974. 'n Ondersoek na die jeugtoneel met betrekking tot die eietydse adolessent. Unpublished master’s thesis. Stellenbosch: University of Stellenbosch.

Lombard, Chris 1985. Die Natalse Raad vir die Uitvoerende Kunste (1964-1983). The Natal Performing Arts Council, in Hauptfleisch, Temple (ed.). The Breytie Book: A Collection of Articles on South African Theatre Dedicated to P.P.B. Breytenbach. Johannesburg: The Limelight press. 97-99.

Lombard, Chris 1983. Rol van ‘n verantwoordelike jeugteater met betrekking tot die eietydse adolessent. Fasette, 2(2):4-10.

Lombard, Esther Heléne 1953. Toneelpersoonlikhede: Siegfried Mynhardt, Stephanie Fauré, Odiel Daem, Leon Gluckman. Helikon, 2(11): 87-93.

Lombardozzi, Litzi 2005. Harmony of voice: women characters in the plays of Zakes Mda. English in Africa, 32(2):213-226.

London, Todd 1986. Theatre focus: Hudson Guild Theatre and Duma Ndlovu. Theatre Times, 6(1):10.

Long, Kathryn Louise 1985. The past and future with apartheid: the function of temporal elements in eight plays by Athol Fugard. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan.

Loopbaan as teatertegnikus. 1971. My Loopbaan, 22:123-124. Augustus.

Loots, Lliane 1995 Colonised bodies: overcoming gender construction of bodies in dance and movement education in South Africa. South African Theatre Journal, 9(2):51-59.

Loots, Lliane 1996. “The personal is political”: gender in the context of apartheid South Africa: a look at two women playwrights. (Gcina Mhlope; Sue Pam-Grant) South African Theatre Journal, 10(1):63-70.

Loots, Lliane 1997. Re-remembering protest theatre in South Africa: a gendered review of the historical and cultural production of knowledge around two plays: The Hungry Earth and You Strike the Woman, You Strike the Rock. Critical Arts, 11(1&2):142-152.

Loots, Lliane 2010. The body as history and memory: a gendered reflection on the choreographic 'embodiment' of creating on the socially constructed text of the South African body. South African Theatre Journal, 24:105-124.

Loots, Lliane, Hutchison, Yvette and Mbele, Ongezwa. 2020. Voicing the Imaginative in Africa: three creatives speak, Agenda (Published online: 22 June 2020 - DOI: 10.1080/10130950.2020.1773289)

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