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==Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance==
She worked for [[NAPAC]] and other Durban companies, ''inter alia'' performing in ''[[Robert and Elizabeth]]''; ''[[The Boyfriend]]''; ''[[Applause]]''; ''[[No, No, Nanette]]''; ''[[Othello]]'' (as “Bianca”); ''[[Abelard and Heloise]]''; ''[[You Can't Take it With You]]''; ''[[A Man and His wife]]''; ''[[Hamlet]]'' (“Ophelia”); [[Peter Pan]] (in the title role); ''[[Chicago]]''; ''[[Kennedy's Children]]'' (as "Carla"); ''[[The Rivals]]'' (as "Julia", 1977); ''[[A Shot in the Dark]]''.  
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She worked for [[NAPAC]] and other Durban companies, ''inter alia'' performing in ''[[Robert and Elizabeth]]''; ''[[The Boyfriend]]''; ''[[Applause]]''; ''[[No, No, Nanette]]''; ''[[Othello]]'' (as “Bianca”); ''[[Abelard and Heloise]]''; ''[[You Can't Take it With You]]''; ''[[A Man and His Wife]]''; ''[[Hamlet]]'' (“Ophelia”); [[Peter Pan]] (in the title role); ''[[Chicago]]''; ''[[Kennedy's Children]]'' (as "Carla"); ''[[The Rivals]]'' (as "Julia", 1977); ''[[A Shot in the Dark]]'';''[[Antony and Cleopatra]]'' (1987).
  
 
== Awards, etc. ==
 
== Awards, etc. ==

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Ingride Mollison (19**-****) is an actress and singer.

Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

She worked for NAPAC and other Durban companies, inter alia performing in Robert and Elizabeth; The Boyfriend; Applause; No, No, Nanette; Othello (as “Bianca”); Abelard and Heloise; You Can't Take it With You; A Man and His Wife; Hamlet (“Ophelia”); Peter Pan (in the title role); Chicago; Kennedy's Children (as "Carla"); The Rivals (as "Julia", 1977); A Shot in the Dark;Antony and Cleopatra (1987).

Awards, etc.

She was nominated for a Durban Critics Award as Best Actress in 1976.

Sources

SACD 1973; 1975/76; 1977/78; 1978/79; 1981/82.

NAPAC theatre programme, 1987.

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