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[[Joseph Bray]] (17**-18**) was a Cape Town resident and
[[Joseph Bray]] (17**-18**) was a Cape Town resident and theatre .
followed [[E. van Nuldt Onkruydt]] as the Treasurer of the committee which originally ran the [[African Theatre]] from 1801, under the chairmanship of the Governor of the Cape. *
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Joseph Bray (17**-18**) was a Cape Town businessman resident in Strand Street no 26 and theatre lover.
He was one of the original 24 shareholders, to whom a section of the Boerenplein ("Farmer's Square", also known as Hottentot's Square or Van Riebeeck Square) was donated by Sir George Yonge for the building of a theatre, which was to become The African Theatre.
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