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''In die Wagkamer'' (1926) ("In the waiting room") by [[J.F.W. Grosskopf]]. A celebrated Afrikaans  one-act play about a mother waiting ***. First(*?) produced by ** in 19**. Also produced by many other societies and schools afterwards, including ''[[Ons Teatertjie-toneelgroep]]'' in the [[Pretorius Hall]], Pretoria on 10-11 June, 1936, directed by [[Leonie Pienaar]]. First published by ** in 19**. *** Filmed as ''[[Moedertjie]]'' ("Little Mother") for [[African Film Productions]] by the producer [[Joseph Albrecht]] and directed by [[Stephanie Fauré]] in 1931. The film starred Faure herself as the mother, [[Jean Plaat-Stuljes]] ands the "Oom", [[Pierre de Wet]] as the boy and [[Joan du Toit]] as the girl. Published by [[Naspers]] and in ''[[Drie Bedrywe]]''.  
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''In die Wagkamer'' (1926) ("In the waiting room") by [[J.F.W. Grosskopf]]. A celebrated Afrikaans  one-act play about a mother waiting ***. First(*?) produced by ** in 19**. Also produced by many other societies and schools afterwards, including ''[[Ons Teatertjie Toneelgroep|Ons Teatertjie-toneelgroep]]'' in the [[Pretorius Hall]], Pretoria on 10-11 June, 1936, directed by [[Leonie Pienaar]]. First published by ** in 19**. *** Filmed as ''[[Moedertjie]]'' ("Little Mother") for [[African Film Productions]] by the producer [[Joseph Albrecht]] and directed by [[Stephanie Fauré]] in 1931. The film starred Faure herself as the mother, [[Jean Plaat-Stuljes]] ands the "Oom", [[Pierre de Wet]] as the boy and [[Joan du Toit]] as the girl. Published by [[Naspers]] and in ''[[Drie Eenbedrywe]]''.
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[[J.F.W. Grosskopf|Grosskopf]] was awarded the [[Hertzogprys|Hertzog Prize]] for Drama in 1926 for ''[[As die tuig skawe]]'' and ''Drie eenbedrywe'' which include ''In die Wagkamer'', ''[[Die Spookhuis]]'' and ''[[Die Peswolk]]''.
  
  

Latest revision as of 15:38, 10 October 2013

In die Wagkamer (1926) ("In the waiting room") by J.F.W. Grosskopf. A celebrated Afrikaans one-act play about a mother waiting ***. First(*?) produced by ** in 19**. Also produced by many other societies and schools afterwards, including Ons Teatertjie-toneelgroep in the Pretorius Hall, Pretoria on 10-11 June, 1936, directed by Leonie Pienaar. First published by ** in 19**. *** Filmed as Moedertjie ("Little Mother") for African Film Productions by the producer Joseph Albrecht and directed by Stephanie Fauré in 1931. The film starred Faure herself as the mother, Jean Plaat-Stuljes ands the "Oom", Pierre de Wet as the boy and Joan du Toit as the girl. Published by Naspers and in Drie Eenbedrywe.

Grosskopf was awarded the Hertzog Prize for Drama in 1926 for As die tuig skawe and Drie eenbedrywe which include In die Wagkamer, Die Spookhuis and Die Peswolk.


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