Tertius Kapp (19**-) is an Afrikaans poet, playwright, scriptwriter, director, actor and producer.
Went to school in Cape Town, then studied at the University of Stellenbosch, originally doing a BA, then a B.Sc, completing a Hons B.Sc in Physics. He later also obtained an MA in Creative Writing ("Kreatiewe Skryfkunde") in the Department of Afrikaans.
Lives in Johannesburg where he is a free-lance writer.
Originally wanted to be a poet or novelist, but became involved in theatre, most forcibly so with the founding of the company Tart 'n Koggel Produksies in **, of which he was a founding member.
Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance
A founder member of Tart en Koggel Produksies.
As actor played Eugene Terre'Blanche, a cross-dressing french singer, Hendrik Wagenaer, Gert Breekyster and “Die Dwergreus” (the “dwarf-giant”) in Neels van Jaarsveld’s Wit Sneeutjie en die Dwergreus (“White Little Snow and the Dwarf-giant”)
Private correspondence between Kapp and the ESAT Editor, 26 October 2015.
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