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Described as a character piece ("karakterschets"),  it was most probably written for use by the Rederijkers.  
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Described as a character piece ("karakterschets"),  it was most probably written for use by the [[Rederijkers]].
 
 
  
 
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Revision as of 16:11, 7 February 2018

Twee Oude Gekken in de Klem, of Het Neefje van de Heer Pompoen ("two old fools in a bind, or the nephew of the Mr Pumpkin") is a one act comedy by T. van der Stempel (fl. 1860s).

Also found as Twee Oude Gekken in de Klem, of Het Neefje van de Heeren Pompoen and Twee Oude Gekken in de Klem (and ascribed to J. van der Stempel in the latter case) in F.C.L. Bosman (1980)

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Described as a character piece ("karakterschets"), it was most probably written for use by the Rederijkers.

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

1871: Performed as Twee Oude Gekken in de Klem by Aurora II in the hall of the Germania Hall, Cape Town on 23 September, as an afterpiece to De Boodschapper op Loevestein (Kroon)

1881: Performed as Twee Oude Gekken in de Klem by Aurora II in the hall of the Oddfellows Hall, Cape Town on 1 December, as an afterpiece to Stlle Jan (Arnold).

Sources

Ingmar Koch. 2013. Het ochtendgloren boven Kaapstad. Nederlandse rederijkers in Kaapstad. Bijlage 2: Toneelstukken (of -fragmenten) door Aurora opgevoerd[1]

Willemina van der Meer. 1996. Biographical Index of the Benelux Countries, Pub: Walter de Gruyter. Google E-book[2]

F.C.L. Bosman. 1980. Drama en Toneel in Suid-Afrika, Deel II, 1856-1912. Pretoria: J.L. van Schaik: pp. 466, .

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