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== Performance history in South Africa ==
 
== Performance history in South Africa ==
Presented by the [[Brian Brooke Company]] at the [[Hofmeyr Theatre]] in November 1950.
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1950: Presented by the [[Brian Brooke Company]] at the [[Hofmeyr Theatre]] in November.
  
Presented by [[CAPAB]] Drama at the [[Nico Malan Theatre]] 10-31 March 1990. Directed by [[Keith Grenville]], designed by [[Birrie le Roux]], lighting design by [[Malcolm Hurrell]]. The cast: [[Jonathan Pienaar]], [[Fiona Coyne]], [[Pauline O'Kelly]], [[Willie Fritz]], [[Joy Stewart-Spence]], [[Norman Coombes]], [[Ralph Lawson]], [[Diane Wilson]], [[Gretha Brazelle]], [[Don Maguire]], [[André Roothman]].
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1990: Presented by [[CAPAB]] Drama at the [[Nico Malan Theatre]] 10-31 March. Directed by [[Keith Grenville]], designed by [[Birrie le Roux]], lighting design by [[Malcolm Hurrell]]. The cast: [[Jonathan Pienaar]], [[Fiona Coyne]], [[Pauline O'Kelly]], [[Willie Fritz]], [[Joy Stewart-Spence]], [[Norman Coombes]], [[Ralph Lawson]], [[Diane Wilson]], [[Gretha Brazelle]], [[Don Maguire]], [[André Roothman]].
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==

Latest revision as of 11:23, 9 October 2019

A farce in three acts by English dramatist Ben Travers [1] (1886-1980).

The original text

Thark was originally presented at the Alwysch Theatre in London in 1927.

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

1950: Presented by the Brian Brooke Company at the Hofmeyr Theatre in November.

1990: Presented by CAPAB Drama at the Nico Malan Theatre 10-31 March. Directed by Keith Grenville, designed by Birrie le Roux, lighting design by Malcolm Hurrell. The cast: Jonathan Pienaar, Fiona Coyne, Pauline O'Kelly, Willie Fritz, Joy Stewart-Spence, Norman Coombes, Ralph Lawson, Diane Wilson, Gretha Brazelle, Don Maguire, André Roothman.

Sources

Brooke 1978. 196.

Thark programme 1990.

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