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An award-winning radio comedy about a copy-writer and the [[Afrikaans]] language by [[A.S. van Straten]].  
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(Literally "Spike Thorn (Pty) Limited"). An award-winning radio comedy about a copy-writer and the [[Afrikaans]] language by [[A.S. van Straten]].  
  
  
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== The original text ==
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The play was written for and won the [[SABC]]'s [[GRA-hoorspelwedstryd]] ("[[GRA]] radio drama competition") as part of the "Taalfeesjaar" (the Festival year of the [[Afrikaans]] language). Broadcast by the [[SABC]] in 1975, it also went on to also receive the [[SAUK-prys]] ("[[SABC]] award") for radio dramas and radio documentaries, presented by the [[Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns]].
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Originally published by [[SABC]] Radio Marketing in 1975. Also published by [[Tafelberg Publishers]]. It would become the first in a trilogy of '''Pendoring''' radio plays alsongf with  ''[[Pendoring & Kie]]'' and ''[[Pendoring & Seun]]''.
  
== The original text ==
 
  
[[Afrikaans]] for "''Spike Thorn (Pty) Limited''"). First in a trilogy of '''Pendoring''' radio plays (see ''[[Pendoring & Kie]]'' and ''[[Pendoring & Seun]]''). Originally published by [[SABC]] Radio Marketing in 1975. Also published by [[Tafelberg Publishers]].
 
  
 
==Translations and adaptations==
 
==Translations and adaptations==
  
Often adapted for stage production over the years.  
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The play soon became a very popular stage text as well, and has been performed and broadcast numerous times by professionals and by amateurs.  
  
 
A new stage adaptation was done by [[André-Jacques van der Merwe]] in 2002
 
A new stage adaptation was done by [[André-Jacques van der Merwe]] in 2002
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== Performance history in South Africa ==
 
== Performance history in South Africa ==
  
Radio drama broadcast by the [[Afrikaans]] service of the [[SABC]] in 1975. Won first prize in the [[SABC]] Radio Drama Competition in 1975, the "Taalfeesjaar" (Festival Year of the Afrikaans Language).
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1975: It was broadcast by the [[Afrikaans]] service of the [[SABC]] in 1975. Won first prize in the [[SABC]] Radio Drama Competition in 1975, the "Taalfeesjaar" (Festival Year of the Afrikaans Language).
  
[[André-Jacques van der Merwe]]'s stage adaptation premiered at the [[KKNK]] in 2002, directed by Van der Merwe, with himself (Gert Klopper), [[Anna-Mart van der Merwe]] (Sarie Verster), [[Isadora Verwey]] (various roles) and [[Pedro Kruger]] (various roles).
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2002: [[André-Jacques van der Merwe]]'s stage adaptation premiered at the [[KKNK]] in 2002, directed by Van der Merwe, with himself (Gert Klopper), [[Anna-Mart van der Merwe]] (Sarie Verster), [[Isadora Verwey]] (various roles) and [[Pedro Kruger]] (various roles).
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==
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Ampie van Straten (1937–1997)by Erika Terblanche (2014-12-16)[http://www.litnet.co.za/Article/ampie-van-straten-19371997]
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''Volksblad'', 14 July 2003.
 
''Volksblad'', 14 July 2003.

Latest revision as of 16:39, 19 December 2014

(Literally "Spike Thorn (Pty) Limited"). An award-winning radio comedy about a copy-writer and the Afrikaans language by A.S. van Straten.


The original text

The play was written for and won the SABC's GRA-hoorspelwedstryd ("GRA radio drama competition") as part of the "Taalfeesjaar" (the Festival year of the Afrikaans language). Broadcast by the SABC in 1975, it also went on to also receive the SAUK-prys ("SABC award") for radio dramas and radio documentaries, presented by the Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns.

Originally published by SABC Radio Marketing in 1975. Also published by Tafelberg Publishers. It would become the first in a trilogy of Pendoring radio plays alsongf with Pendoring & Kie and Pendoring & Seun.


Translations and adaptations

The play soon became a very popular stage text as well, and has been performed and broadcast numerous times by professionals and by amateurs.

A new stage adaptation was done by André-Jacques van der Merwe in 2002


Performance history in South Africa

1975: It was broadcast by the Afrikaans service of the SABC in 1975. Won first prize in the SABC Radio Drama Competition in 1975, the "Taalfeesjaar" (Festival Year of the Afrikaans Language).

2002: André-Jacques van der Merwe's stage adaptation premiered at the KKNK in 2002, directed by Van der Merwe, with himself (Gert Klopper), Anna-Mart van der Merwe (Sarie Verster), Isadora Verwey (various roles) and Pedro Kruger (various roles).

Sources

Ampie van Straten (1937–1997)by Erika Terblanche (2014-12-16)[1]


Volksblad, 14 July 2003.

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