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by Athol Fugard. One of his earliest plays, about a cheap prostitute ("a woman for two and six") who has become a shebeen owner.



First performed in 1959 in Johannesburg, directed by Athol Fugard with Zakes Mokae as "Blackie".


Performed at the The Space (Cape Town), directed by Lynne Maree with Ko Eckhart, Brian Ebden, Thoko Ntshinga, Joko Scott and Tiny Skefile. Design by Lynne Maree and Colin Jantjies, music by Clive Haylett and stage management by Pam Mills.


Directed by Jerry Mofokeng at the Johannesburg Civic Theatre, with Dambisa Kente in the lead.


Performed at Soweto Theatre directed by James Ngcobo with Masasa Mbageni, Tony Kgoroge, Fana Mokoena and Desmond Dube.


First published by ** in 19**.

Published in Dimetos and two Early Plays by Oxford University Press in 197*.


Astbury, 1979. Headlines - Week 38 - 18/09/2013 10:00[1]

Athol Fugard – Statements. An Athol Fugard site by Iain Fisher[2]

National Arts Festival programme, 1994

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