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== Performance history in South Africa ==
 
== Performance history in South Africa ==
Presented by [[Magnet Theatre]] in 1993 at [[The Laager]], Johannesburg, directed by [[Mark Fleishman]], performed by: [[Nicholas Ashby]], [[Jamie Bartlett]], [[Leslie Fong]], [[Anna-Mart van der Merwe]].  Movement Direction: [[Jennie Reznek]]; Set design: [[Nadya Cohen]]; Masks and heads: [[Adrian Kohler]] ([[Handspring Puppet Company]]).
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1993: Presented by [[Magnet Theatre]] in 1993 (15 March - 16 April 1994?) at [[The Laager]], Johannesburg, directed by [[Mark Fleishman]], performed by: [[Nicholas Ashby]], [[Jamie Bartlett]], [[Leslie Fong]], [[Anna-Mart van der Merwe]].  Movement Direction: [[Jennie Reznek]]; Set design: [[Nadya Cohen]]; Masks and heads: [[Adrian Kohler]] ([[Handspring Puppet Company]]).
 
    
 
    
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==
 
Magnet Theatre website [http://magnettheatre.co.za/productions/moby-dick/].
 
Magnet Theatre website [http://magnettheatre.co.za/productions/moby-dick/].
  
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Material held by [[NELM]]: [Collection: MARKET THEATRE]: 2007. 10. 10. 110. 2.
  
 
Go to [[ESAT Bibliography]]
 
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Latest revision as of 11:27, 27 October 2017

Moby Dick is a novel by Herman Mellville, adapted for the stage by Mark Fleishman. The text for the adaptation was developed with the actors at the Market Laboratory.

Performance history in South Africa

1993: Presented by Magnet Theatre in 1993 (15 March - 16 April 1994?) at The Laager, Johannesburg, directed by Mark Fleishman, performed by: Nicholas Ashby, Jamie Bartlett, Leslie Fong, Anna-Mart van der Merwe. Movement Direction: Jennie Reznek; Set design: Nadya Cohen; Masks and heads: Adrian Kohler (Handspring Puppet Company).

Sources

Magnet Theatre website [1].

Material held by NELM: [Collection: MARKET THEATRE]: 2007. 10. 10. 110. 2.

Go to ESAT Bibliography

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