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Works include ''[[People Say that Steven Weed…]]'' ([[CAPAB]] in association with [[Community Arts Project]] 198?*), ''[[The Hunting of the Snark]]'' ([[CAPAB]], 1991).
 
Works include ''[[People Say that Steven Weed…]]'' ([[CAPAB]] in association with [[Community Arts Project]] 198?*), ''[[The Hunting of the Snark]]'' ([[CAPAB]], 1991).
  
She produced the dance productions ''Exhibition, in 3 Pieces'' ([[Market Theatre]] and ''Pohim'' ([[NAPAC]].
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She produced the dance productions ''Exhibition, in 3 Pieces'' ([[Market Theatre]] and ''Pohim'' ([[NAPAC]]).
  
 
== Awards, etc ==
 
== Awards, etc ==

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Marlene Blom (19*-1996) Choreographer and director.

Biography

She was married to playwright Charles J. Fourie. She died tragically in a car accident in 1996.

Youth

Training

She studied at the University of Cape Town in the early 1980s.


Career

Worked for CAPAB.

Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

Works include People Say that Steven Weed… (CAPAB in association with Community Arts Project 198?*), The Hunting of the Snark (CAPAB, 1991).

She produced the dance productions Exhibition, in 3 Pieces (Market Theatre and Pohim (NAPAC).

Awards, etc

FNB Vita Award Pohim [Marlene Blom]


Sources

NELM catalogue.

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