1st Edition

Women, Politics and Performance in South African Theatre Today Volume 2

By Goodman L Copyright 1999
    100 Pages
    by Routledge

    98 Pages
    by Routledge

    Part two of a three texts compiled during the years of change in South Africa, charts the impact of Apartheid and the cultural boycott on performance, and examining the role of women in theatre. Part two contains interviews with key theatre practitioners.

    Chapter 1 Speaking With and Without Words—An Interview with Nomhle Nkonyeni, Lizbeth Goodman; Chapter 2 Two Conversations with Yvonne Banning about Gender and Drama in South African Theatre During and After Apartheid, Lizbeth Goodman; Chapter 3 A Conversation with Janet Suzman on South African Theatre and the Politics of the ‘Classics’: Shakespeare and Brecht During and After the Cultural Boycott, Lizbeth Goodman; Chapter 4 A Comparative Perspective on Two Plays by South African Women, Michael Picardie; Chapter 5 ‘My English Name is Patience’: Mediating the Voice of the Other in South African Theatre Today, Dennis Walder; Chapter 6 Patterns of Change; Audience, Attendance, and Music at the 1994 Grahamstown Festival, Dudley Pietersen;


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