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Synonyms for Fugard

South African playwright whose plays feature the racial tensions in South Africa during apartheid (born in 1932)


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Fugard het ook al dikwels in die verlede na homself verwys as 'n "baster-Afrikaner" en dan veral sy moeder ('n Potgieter) se Afrikanerskap beklemtoon.
Fugard created Orestes together with Yvonne Bryceland, Val Donald, and Winston Dunster in 1971.
Although Athol Fugard wrote all his plays in English and is usually described as an English South African playwright, one does find the use of other South African languages--especially Afrikaans--in many of his plays.
Furthermore, it was at The Space that Astbury, as the manager, supported the development of new plays--including works such as Statements After an Arrest Under the Immorality Act by Athol Fugard and with Yvonne Bryceland as one of the leads.
Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff Kicking off the new season of drama will be Hello and Goodbye, a new production of the Athol Fugard play by Cardiff company Mandan.
There, he discovered the work of South African playwright Athol Fugard, which he says showed him the "transforming power of dialogue.
It seems clear that Fugard wants us to ask the question--what kind of a sick seventeen-year-old boy casually talks to a forty-five year-old man this way?
This collection of articles, essays and interviews from American Theatre magazine celebrates the 25th anniversary of this publication and offers theatergoers and theater professionals more than 100 pieces from such noted authors as Wallace Shawn, Athol Fugard, Tony Kushner and Studs Terkel.
Sy het reeds verskeie rolle vertolk, insluitend Saartjie in The Beauty Contest, Lola in Will of a Die-hard Soldier, Debbie in Blood Brother, Isabel in Athol Fugard se drama My Children.
The 23 men and 123 horses of the Fugard party, ably assisted by experienced guides, overtook Chalmers' party shortly after crossing the Athabasca River at Fort Assiniboine and successfully arrived at Lesser Slave Lake on January 15, 1898, demonstrating that the route could be viable if wisdom was used in travelling it.
When a gleam of sunlight -- no matter how faint -- can't be traced from Athol Fugard, it might well be time to reach for the razors and sleeping pills.
First staged in Cape Town in 1972, the play was jointly devised by Athol Fugard and the original actors, John Kani and Winston Ntshona, who performed it again as recently as last year.
Written by Athol Fugard, Winston Ntshona and John Kani, who is currently starring in Nothing but the Truth at Birmingham's Repertory Theatre, the play came out of apartheid South Africa.
Thirty-five years ago I saw John Kani and Winston Ntshona perform Sizwe Banzi Is Dead by Athol Fugard in London.
The South African playwright Athol Fugard once described ballroom competitions utopically as "a world without collisions," a place where differences between countries and peoples disappeared in a shared dedication to the beauty of dance and its foundation in partnership.