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''[[O, die Muise,  of Stemreg vir Vrouwe]]'' ("Oh, the mice, or the vote for women") is an [[Afrikaans]] one-act farce by [[Melt Brink]].  
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''[[O, die Muise,  of Stemreg vir Vrouwe]]'' ("Oh, the mice, or the vote for women") is an [[Afrikaans]] one-act farce by [[Melt Brink]] (1842–1925).  
  
 
Also referred to simply as ''[[O, die Muise]]'' by some authors.  
 
Also referred to simply as ''[[O, die Muise]]'' by some authors.  
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1967: ''[[O, die Muise,  of Stemreg vir Vrouwe]]'' performed as part of ''[[Ons Hou Konsert]]'' ([[Melt Brink]]/[[Robert Mohr]]) by [[CAPAB]] in the [[Hofmeyr Theatre]] on 13 October. The cast included [[Nerina Ferreira]], who was nominated for the Three Leaf award as the best female lead.  
 
1967: ''[[O, die Muise,  of Stemreg vir Vrouwe]]'' performed as part of ''[[Ons Hou Konsert]]'' ([[Melt Brink]]/[[Robert Mohr]]) by [[CAPAB]] in the [[Hofmeyr Theatre]] on 13 October. The cast included [[Nerina Ferreira]], who was nominated for the Three Leaf award as the best female lead.  
  
1968: ''[[O, die Muise,  of Stemreg vir Vrouwe]]'' performed as part of ''[[Ons Hou Konsert]]'' ([[Melt Brink]]/[[Robert Mohr]]) by [[CAPAB] on tour
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1968: ''[[O, die Muise,  of Stemreg vir Vrouwe]]'' performed as part of ''[[Ons Hou Konsert]]'' ([[Melt Brink]]/[[Robert Mohr]]) by [[CAPAB]] on tour
  
 
1974: A version of ''[[O, die Muise,  of Stemreg vir Vrouwe]]'' was performed  at [[The Space]] theatre (Cape Town) as a lunch-hour presentation, directed by [[Charlotte du Toit]] with [[Mary Dreyer]], [[Dawid Malan]] and [[Johann van der Merwe]].
 
1974: A version of ''[[O, die Muise,  of Stemreg vir Vrouwe]]'' was performed  at [[The Space]] theatre (Cape Town) as a lunch-hour presentation, directed by [[Charlotte du Toit]] with [[Mary Dreyer]], [[Dawid Malan]] and [[Johann van der Merwe]].
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== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==
  
[[ESAT Bibliography Ar-Az|Astbury]] 1979.
 
  
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http://www.litnet.co.za/melt-j-brink-1842-1925/
  
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[[P.J. du Toit]], 1988. ''Amateurtoneel in Suid-Afrika''. Pretoria: Academica
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[[ESAT Bibliography Ar-Az|Brian Astbury]] 1979.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 06:40, 13 July 2016

O, die Muise, of Stemreg vir Vrouwe ("Oh, the mice, or the vote for women") is an Afrikaans one-act farce by Melt Brink (1842–1925).

Also referred to simply as O, die Muise by some authors.

The original text

Published in 1908 by J.H. de Bussy, reprinted 1912, 1915, 1920. Also published as part of the compilation Ons Hou Konsert by [[Robert Mohr by DALRO in 1973.


Translations and adaptations

Used as one of the texts in the compilation Ons Hou Konsert by Robert Mohr. First performed 1967, published by DALRO, 1973.

See also Ons Hou Konsert

Performance history in South Africa

1908: O, die Muise, of Stemreg vir Vrouwe first performed by Aurora in Cape Town

1967: O, die Muise, of Stemreg vir Vrouwe performed as part of Ons Hou Konsert (Melt Brink/Robert Mohr) by CAPAB in the Hofmeyr Theatre on 13 October. The cast included Nerina Ferreira, who was nominated for the Three Leaf award as the best female lead.

1968: O, die Muise, of Stemreg vir Vrouwe performed as part of Ons Hou Konsert (Melt Brink/Robert Mohr) by CAPAB on tour

1974: A version of O, die Muise, of Stemreg vir Vrouwe was performed at The Space theatre (Cape Town) as a lunch-hour presentation, directed by Charlotte du Toit with Mary Dreyer, Dawid Malan and Johann van der Merwe.

197*: O, die Muise, of Stemreg vir Vrouwe performed as part of Ons Hou Konsert (Melt Brink/Robert Mohr) by PACT in the Breytenbach Theatre, Pretoria

1981: O, die Muise, of Stemreg vir Vrouwe performed as part of Ons Hou Konsert (Melt Brink/Robert Mohr) by SWAPAC in Windhoek.

1999: 'O, die Muise, of Stemreg vir Vrouwe performed as part of an adapted version (by Peter Snyders) of Ons Hou Konsert (Melt Brink/Robert Mohr) by [[CAPAB], as a tribute to Robert Mohr at the KKNK and in the Nico Arena.

Sources

http://www.litnet.co.za/melt-j-brink-1842-1925/

P.J. du Toit, 1988. Amateurtoneel in Suid-Afrika. Pretoria: Academica


Brian Astbury 1979.

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