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Written by [[Deon Opperman]] and [[Garth Holmes]], 1990.
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''[[Playboys]]'' is a play by [[Deon Opperman]] and [[Garth Holmes]],  
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Later renamed '''''[[Playboyz]]''''', after a major rewrite.  
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== The original text ==
 
== The original text ==
  
 
==Translations and adaptations==
 
==Translations and adaptations==
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Completely rewritten as ''[[Playboyz]]'' in 2000.
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A teleplay called ''[[Playboyz]]''  was written by Opperman, based on the play, and aired in 2019[https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9603602/].
  
 
== Performance history in South Africa ==
 
== Performance history in South Africa ==
1990-1991: Presented by [[Pieter Toerien]] at the [[André Huguenet Theatre]] October 1990 and the [[Theatre on the Bay]] in January 1991, directed by [[Deon Opperman]] starring [[Errol Hart]], [[Michelle Constant]], [[Warren Batchelor]], [[Roger Charteris]], [[David Vlok]], [[Michael Evans]], [[Lynsey Shmukler]], [[Dave Ridley]], [[David Lee]]. Lighting by [[Jannie Swanepoel]], sets by [[Kay Page]], choreography by [[Francois Briers]].
 
  
2000: Staged at [[Aardklop]] 2000 and, with the same cast, in The [[Studio]] at the [[Baxter Theatre]] in November 2000, directed by [[Deon Opperman]], with [[Mike Lewis]], [[Emma Peirson]], [[Craig Jackson]], [[Rory Eliot]] and [[Henri Kriel]] (replacing [[Sean Else]]).
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1990-1991: Presented as ''[[Playboys]]'' by [[Pieter Toerien]] at the [[André Huguenet Theatre]] October 1990 and the [[Theatre on the Bay]] in January 1991, directed by [[Deon Opperman]] starring [[Errol Hart]], [[Michelle Constant]], [[Warren Batchelor]], [[Roger Charteris]], [[David Vlok]], [[Michael Evans]], [[Lynsey Shmukler]], [[Dave Ridley]], [[David Lee]]. Lighting by [[Jannie Swanepoel]], sets by [[Kay Page]], choreography by [[Francois Briers]].
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2000: Staged as ''[[Playboyz]]'' at [[Aardklop]] 2000 and, with the same cast, in The [[Studio]] at the [[Baxter Theatre]] in November, directed by [[Deon Opperman]], with [[Mike Lewis]], [[Emma Peirson]], [[Craig Jackson]], [[Rory Eliot]] and [[Henri Kriel]] (replacing [[Sean Else]]).
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==
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''[[Cape Times]]'', 22 January 1991.
 
''[[Cape Times]]'', 22 January 1991.
  
 
''[[Die Burger]]'', 30 November 2000.
 
''[[Die Burger]]'', 30 November 2000.
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https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9603602/
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:23, 30 April 2021

Playboys is a play by Deon Opperman and Garth Holmes,

Later renamed Playboyz, after a major rewrite.


The original text

Translations and adaptations

Completely rewritten as Playboyz in 2000.

A teleplay called Playboyz was written by Opperman, based on the play, and aired in 2019[1].

Performance history in South Africa

1990-1991: Presented as Playboys by Pieter Toerien at the André Huguenet Theatre October 1990 and the Theatre on the Bay in January 1991, directed by Deon Opperman starring Errol Hart, Michelle Constant, Warren Batchelor, Roger Charteris, David Vlok, Michael Evans, Lynsey Shmukler, Dave Ridley, David Lee. Lighting by Jannie Swanepoel, sets by Kay Page, choreography by Francois Briers.

2000: Staged as Playboyz at Aardklop 2000 and, with the same cast, in The Studio at the Baxter Theatre in November, directed by Deon Opperman, with Mike Lewis, Emma Peirson, Craig Jackson, Rory Eliot and Henri Kriel (replacing Sean Else).

Sources

Cape Times, 22 January 1991.

Die Burger, 30 November 2000.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9603602/

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