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The story of theatre in South Africa; a guide to its history from 1780 - 1930

by Fletcher, Jill

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(Cape Town, Vlaeberg, 1994). Quarto, laminated pictorial dustwrapper, pp. 160, text in double columns, numerous illustrations. Fine copy. 'In The story of South African Theatre (1780 - 1930) Jill Fletcher presents us with a most enjoyable and highly readable account of the early South African theatre history. Not only has she finally made FCL Bosman's monumental research accessible in English, but by skilfully utilising her own research, has managed to clarify and effectively illustrate particular aspects of that almost forgotten era. This richly illustrated book will enhance the understanding of the complex and dynamic entertainment industry. A book which will be enjoyed by all.' .
  • Bookseller: Christison Rare Books, IOBA SABDA ZA (ZA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 2657
  • Title: The story of theatre in South Africa; a guide to its history from 1780 - 1930
  • Author: Fletcher, Jill
  • Book condition: Used
  • Publisher: (Cape Town, Vlaeberg, 1994)
  • Keywords: South Africa. Social history. Performing arts. Dramatics. Theatre
  • Bookseller catalogs: Theatre;


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