Klatergoud

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Klatergoud ("tinsel" or "false gold" or "tombac") is a 1966 Afrikaans satire in two acts by Gert Pretorius, written for the Bellvillese Afrikaanse Toneelvereniging (B.A.T.) to be staged during the Republic Festival in May 1966.

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Performance history in South Africa

1966: Staged by the Bellvillese Afrikaanse Toneelvereniging (B.A.T.) in Bellville, Parow, Kuilsriver and Goodwood, directed by the playwright (assisted by Fanie Bekker).

Sources

B.A.T. theatre programme, 1966.

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