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== Performance history in South Africa ==
 
== Performance history in South Africa ==
Performed at the [[Windybrow Theatre]] as part of [[PACT]]'s Pot-Pourri Festival in April 1990, directed by [[Stephan Bouwer]] starring [[Lizz Meiring]] and [[André Stolz]]. This production was also staged on the Fringe at the [[national Arts Festival]], 1990.
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1990: Performed at the [[Windybrow Theatre]] as part of [[PACT]]'s Pot-Pourri Festival in April 1990, directed by [[Stephan Bouwer]] starring [[Lizz Meiring]] and [[André Stolz]]. This production was also staged on the Fringe at the [[national Arts Festival]], 1990.
 
 
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==

Latest revision as of 11:39, 25 May 2020

Kopstukke is an one-act play by Jeanne Goosen about two people who have both been paralysed in a car accident.

The original text

Published in Drie Eenakters : Kombuis-Blues ; Kopstukke ; 'n Koffer in die Kas , by Haum-Literêr in 1992.

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

1990: Performed at the Windybrow Theatre as part of PACT's Pot-Pourri Festival in April 1990, directed by Stephan Bouwer starring Lizz Meiring and André Stolz. This production was also staged on the Fringe at the national Arts Festival, 1990.

Sources

The Star, 20 April 1990.

National Arts Festival programme, p.132.

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