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'''See also [[French theatre in South Africa]]'''
'''See also [[French Theatre in South Africa]]'''
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French-Dutch Amateurs is generic English name given at times to 19th century to amateur or professional theatrical companies performing in French. Among them Charles Mathurin Villet's bilingual (Dutch/French) company Het Fransche Liefhebbery Geselschap and Charles Etienne Boniface's multilingual company Honi Soit qui Mal y Pense, both active in Cape Town in the early 1800s.

For French performances see: Het Fransche Liefhebbery Geselschap and Honi Soit qui Mal y Pense.

See also French Theatre in South Africa

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