Goddess of Song

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Goddess of Song is a solo play by Charles J. Fourie depicting the life and times of Florence Foster Jenkins (1868-1944), an American amateur operatic soprano who was known—and ridiculed—for her lack of rhythm, pitch, and tone; her aberrant pronunciation; and her generally poor singing ability.

1999: Backdoor Productions, with Carolyn Lewis, National Arts Festival and in the Nico Arena in August.


Nico Malan Theatre Centre pamphlet Aug-Nov 1999.

Die Burger, 29 July 1999.

Material held by NELM: [Collection: BAXTER THEATRE]: 2009. 21. 9.

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