Michael McCabe

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(19**-). Actor, radio playwright and director. His stage performances include a 1974 fund raising production for the Market Theatre. ****, Jean Anouilh’s The Director of the Opera by (PACT, 1977), The Dresser (Ronald Harwood, 1980), A Streetcar named Desire (Pieter Toerien?*, 19**), McCABE, Michael, First Monday in October, CAPAB, 1980.Edward Albee’s Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf, Alexander Theatre,1984 with Jacqui Singer, Andrew Buckland & Carol-Ann Kelleher, (dir) William Egan, designs, Gloria Lovegrove. PACT. Dorothy Ann Gould, Butley. The Rise and Fall of the First Empress Bonaparte (Pieter-Dirk Uys, 1983) Performed in The Creeper (as “Maurice”), A Macbeth (as “Banquo”), Butley (in the title role, for which he won 1977 Actor of the year), Dear Liar (at the Arena Theatre for PACT), Ross (as “T.E. Lawrence”), Betrayal (as “Robert), The Dresser (as “Norman” at the Baxter Theatre, for which he was nominated for a Fleur Du Cap Award), Overflow Show (with PACT). He directed Lee Harvey Oswald. (SACD 1973) (SACD 1977/78) (SACD 1978/79) (SACD1979/80) (SACD 1980/81) (SACD 1981/82)

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