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Les Assassins Associés is a play by French dramatist Robert Thomas [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Thomas_(director)] (1927-1989).
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''Les Assassins Associés'' is a play by French dramatist Robert Thomas [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Thomas_(director)] (1927-1989).
  
 
== The original text ==
 
== The original text ==
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==Translations and adaptations==
 
==Translations and adaptations==
Tranlated into [[Afrikaans]] by [[Annatjie Vorster|Anna Vorster-Gevers]] entitled ''Die Pantoffelmoordenaars''.
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Tranlated into [[Afrikaans]] by [[Annatjie Vorster|Anna Vorster-Gevers]] entitled ''[[Die Pantoffelmoordenaars]]''.
  
 
== Performance history in South Africa ==
 
== Performance history in South Africa ==
''Die Pantoffelmoordenaars'' presented by [[SUKOVS]] in 1966 directed by [[Jo Gevers]] with [[Francesca Bantock]], [[George Barnes]].
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''[[Die Pantoffelmoordenaars]]'' presented by [[SUKOVS]] in 1966 directed by [[Jo Gevers]] with [[Francesca Bantock]], [[George Barnes]].  
 
 
[[KRUIK]] presented ''Die Pantoffelmoordenaars'' at the [[Nico Malan Theatre]] opening 30 March 1972 under the direction of [[Jo Gevers]] starring [[Pieter Geldenhuys]] (Baron Adrien de Grandterre), [[Anna Cloete]] (Barones de Grandterre), [[Mees Xteen]] (Paul Pitard), [[Marie Pentz]] (Berthe Pitard), [[Johan Malherbe]] as Leo Barbize (Nico Malan Theatre) and [[Pierre Knoesen]] as Leo Barbize (on tour), [[Aletta Bezuidenhout]] (Julia Barbize), [[Fitz Morley]] (César Colombani), [[Annette Engelbrecht]] (Nénette). Stage manager [[Mavis Lilenstein]], lighting designed by [[Pieter de Swardt]], decor and costumes designed by [[Jo Gevers]].
 
  
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[[KRUIK]] presented ''[[Die Pantoffelmoordenaars]]'' at the [[Nico Malan Theatre]] opening 30 March 1972 under the direction of [[Jo Gevers]] starring [[Pieter Geldenhuys]] (Baron Adrien de Grandterre), [[Anna Cloete]] (Barones de Grandterre), [[Mees Xteen]] (Paul Pitard), [[Marie Pentz]] (Berthe Pitard), [[Johan Malherbe]] as Leo Barbize (Nico Malan Theatre) and [[Pierre Knoesen]] as Leo Barbize (on tour), [[Aletta Bezuidenhout]] (Julia Barbize), [[Fitz Morley]] (César Colombani), [[Annette Engelbrecht]] (Nénette). Stage manager [[Mavis Lilenstein]], lighting designed by [[Pieter de Swardt]], decor and costumes designed by [[Jo Gevers]].
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==

Latest revision as of 16:01, 6 January 2016

Les Assassins Associés is a play by French dramatist Robert Thomas [1] (1927-1989).

The original text

The original French text published by L'Avant-Scène, 1965

Translations and adaptations

Tranlated into Afrikaans by Anna Vorster-Gevers entitled Die Pantoffelmoordenaars.

Performance history in South Africa

Die Pantoffelmoordenaars presented by SUKOVS in 1966 directed by Jo Gevers with Francesca Bantock, George Barnes.

KRUIK presented Die Pantoffelmoordenaars at the Nico Malan Theatre opening 30 March 1972 under the direction of Jo Gevers starring Pieter Geldenhuys (Baron Adrien de Grandterre), Anna Cloete (Barones de Grandterre), Mees Xteen (Paul Pitard), Marie Pentz (Berthe Pitard), Johan Malherbe as Leo Barbize (Nico Malan Theatre) and Pierre Knoesen as Leo Barbize (on tour), Aletta Bezuidenhout (Julia Barbize), Fitz Morley (César Colombani), Annette Engelbrecht (Nénette). Stage manager Mavis Lilenstein, lighting designed by Pieter de Swardt, decor and costumes designed by Jo Gevers.

Sources

PACOFS Drama 25 Years, 1963-1988

Die Pantoffelmoordenaars theatre programme, 1972.


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