White Horse Inn

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White Horse Inn or The White Horse Inn (German Im weißen Rößl) [1] is an 1897 operetta/musical comedy by Ralph Benatzkyn (1884–1957) [2] and Robert Stolz (1880–1975) [3].

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Performance history in South Africa

1963: Staged by the Port Elizabeth Gilbert & Sullivan Society.

1972: Staged in the Nico Malan Theatre by CAPAB, directed by Roy Sargeant, conducted by Neil Feiling and choreographed by Jennifer Craig, with Joy Macnab (Kathi), Robert Bank/Marlon Stoltzman/Christopher Thorburn (Karl), Maria van der Vyver (Zenzi), Craig Curtis (Courier), Harold Levetan (Franz), Donald Pilley/Stephen Tudor (Leopold), Sarita Stern (Fr Josepha), Douglas Lind (Captain), Blaise Koch (Bridegroom), Jenny Leventhal (Bride), Raymond Davies (John), Virginia Oosthuizen (Ottoline), Gwilym Evans (Valentine), Angelo Gobbato (Sigismund), Peter Terry (Prof Henzel), Evelyn Dalberg (Gretel), Simon Swindell (Mayor), Jill Kidwell (Secretary) and Elliot Playfair (Emperor). Decor by Roy Cooke and costumes by Aubrey Couling.


CAPAB theatre programme, 1972.

Petru & Carel Trichardt theatre programme collection.

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