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The [[Johannesburgse Afrikaanse Amateur Toneelspelers]] is an Afrikaans amateur theatre group in Johannesburg,  
 
The [[Johannesburgse Afrikaanse Amateur Toneelspelers]] is an Afrikaans amateur theatre group in Johannesburg,  
  
It is best known by the acronym [[JAATS]] (or [[J.A.A.T.S.]]).
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It is best known by the acronym '''[[JAATS]]''' (or '''[[J.A.A.T.S.]]''').
  
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The society evolved out of [[Schalk Theron]]’s ''[[Sonop Afrikaner Kring]]''.
  
In 1949 they participated in the
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==Some performances==
  
Evolved out of [[Schalk Theron]]’s ''[[Sonop Afrikaner Kring]]''.  They secured the rights to the premiere of the poet and playwright [[Uys Krige]]’s ''[[Die Goue Kring]]'' for their Festival production at the [[Library Theatre]] in 1956.  
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On the 15th of December, 1949, they participated in the ''[[Inauguration of the Voortrekker Monument Pretoria, December 13 to 16, 1949]]'', with a tableau scene called ''[['n Voortrekker Troue]]'' ("''[[A Voortrekker Marriage]]''") by [[Adèle Jooste]].   
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They secured the rights to the premiere of the poet and playwright [[Uys Krige]]’s ''[[Die Goue Kring]]'' for their Festival production at the [[Library Theatre]] in 1956.  
  
 
''[[Die Laaste van die Takhare]]'' (Langenhoven), ''[[Bitter Einde]]'' (Weber)
 
''[[Die Laaste van die Takhare]]'' (Langenhoven), ''[[Bitter Einde]]'' (Weber)

Latest revision as of 05:58, 10 July 2019

The Johannesburgse Afrikaanse Amateur Toneelspelers is an Afrikaans amateur theatre group in Johannesburg,

It is best known by the acronym JAATS (or J.A.A.T.S.).

The society evolved out of Schalk Theron’s Sonop Afrikaner Kring.

Some performances

On the 15th of December, 1949, they participated in the Inauguration of the Voortrekker Monument Pretoria, December 13 to 16, 1949, with a tableau scene called 'n Voortrekker Troue ("A Voortrekker Marriage") by Adèle Jooste.

They secured the rights to the premiere of the poet and playwright Uys Krige’s Die Goue Kring for their Festival production at the Library Theatre in 1956.

Die Laaste van die Takhare (Langenhoven), Bitter Einde (Weber)

Sources

Du Toit, 1988; Tucker, 1997 [JH]


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