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''Wuthering Heights'' by Emily Brontë (1818-1848), adapted for the stage by Charles Vance (1990).
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''[[Wuthering Heights]]'' by Emily Brontë (1818-1848), adapted for the stage by Charles Vance (1990).
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==Translations and adaptations==
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Translated and adapted for the stage by Rev. Mynhardt as ''[[Helshoogte]]'' ("Hell's Heights").
  
 
== Performance history in South Africa ==
 
== Performance history in South Africa ==
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1943: ''Helshoogte'' was performed on tour by the [[André Huguenet]]'s company in 1943, with [[Ena du Toit]], [[Hermien Dommisse]], [[André Huguenet]], [[Paula Styger]], [[Pierre de Wet]], [[Freda Keyter]], [[Fanie Bekker]] and [[Rudolf Nel]].
  
Directed by [[Roy Sargeant]] for [[CAPAB]] at the Port Elizabeth [[Opera House]] 6 to 9 May 1992, [[H.B. Thom Theatre]] 13 to 15 May 1992 and the [[Nico Malan Theatre|Nico Theatre]] from 20 May 1992. Costumes by [[Birrie le Roux]], decor [[Peter Cazalet]], lighting [[John T. Baker]], starring [[Guy de Lancey]], [[Shirley Johnston]] as Catherine, [[Blaise Koch]], [[Diane Wilson]], [[Mark Hoeben]], [[Gordon van Rooyen]], [[Michelle Scott]], [[Alain Benatar]], [[Russell Copley]] and [[Fiona Coyne]].  
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1992: Directed by [[Roy Sargeant]] for [[CAPAB]] at the Port Elizabeth [[Opera House]] 6 to 9 May 1992, [[H.B. Thom Theatre]] 13 to 15 May 1992 and the [[Nico Malan Theatre|Nico Theatre]] from 20 May 1992. Costumes by [[Birrie le Roux]], decor [[Peter Cazalet]], lighting [[John T. Baker]], starring [[Guy de Lancey]], [[Shirley Johnston]] as Catherine, [[Blaise Koch]], [[Diane Wilson]], [[Mark Hoeben]], [[Gordon van Rooyen]], [[Michelle Scott]], [[Alain Benatar]], [[Russell Copley]] and [[Fiona Coyne]].  
  
==Translations and adaptations==
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== Sources ==
Translated and adapted for the stage by Rev. Mynhardt as ''[[Helshoogte]]'' ("Hell's Heights"). Performed on tour by the [[André Huguenet]]'s company in 1943, with [[Ena du Toit]], [[Hermien Dommisse]], [[André Huguenet]], [[Paula Styger]], [[Pierre de Wet]], [[Freda Keyter]], [[Fanie Bekker]] and [[Rudolf Nel]].
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Concord Theatricals [https://www.concordtheatricals.com/s/1874/wuthering-heights-vance].
  
== Sources ==
 
 
''Wuthering Heights'' theatre programme, 1992.
 
''Wuthering Heights'' theatre programme, 1992.
 
  
 
Go to [[South African Theatre/Bibliography|ESAT Bibliography]]
 
Go to [[South African Theatre/Bibliography|ESAT Bibliography]]

Latest revision as of 08:56, 3 June 2020

Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë (1818-1848), adapted for the stage by Charles Vance (1990).

Translations and adaptations

Translated and adapted for the stage by Rev. Mynhardt as Helshoogte ("Hell's Heights").

Performance history in South Africa

1943: Helshoogte was performed on tour by the André Huguenet's company in 1943, with Ena du Toit, Hermien Dommisse, André Huguenet, Paula Styger, Pierre de Wet, Freda Keyter, Fanie Bekker and Rudolf Nel.

1992: Directed by Roy Sargeant for CAPAB at the Port Elizabeth Opera House 6 to 9 May 1992, H.B. Thom Theatre 13 to 15 May 1992 and the Nico Theatre from 20 May 1992. Costumes by Birrie le Roux, decor Peter Cazalet, lighting John T. Baker, starring Guy de Lancey, Shirley Johnston as Catherine, Blaise Koch, Diane Wilson, Mark Hoeben, Gordon van Rooyen, Michelle Scott, Alain Benatar, Russell Copley and Fiona Coyne.

Sources

Concord Theatricals [1].

Wuthering Heights theatre programme, 1992.

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