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Interesting insights from the Collection of the Centre Part 4 : Three books on Africa

A PLAY

The Ogreling © Ivy Ink, Cape Town

The Ogreling Izim´Elincinci by Suzanne Lebeau, translated to isiXhosa by Sindiwe Magona. Cape Town: Ivy Ink 2012. 89 pages

General idea of the book: Theatre play of big boy who was going to school for the first time and the challenges he met. Translated originally from English to isiXhosa, one of the many languages spoken in South Africa.

How can I get the document?

Have a look in the ASSITEJ International Archives: Book-Number 27865

Web link to the publisher: SiberInk 

A CATALOGUE

Theatre 4 Youth Catalogue © ASSITEJ South Africa

Theater4Youth Catalogue. Cape Town: Assitej South Africa 2015. 212 pages

General idea of the book: Theatre centres and their various plays plus theatre festivals in South Africa's Provinces; 125 Theatre productions plays across South African Provinces of Western Cape(WC), Eastern Cape(EC) , Northern Cape(NC), Kwazulu Natal(KZN) and Gauteng; 230 Primary  and Secondary Schools in WC,EC,NC,KZN, and Gauteng; 20 Theatre Festivals

How can I get the document?

Have a look in the ASSITEJ International Archives: Book-Number 27866

Web link to the venture: Theater4Youth (Assitej South Africa, Cape Town)

A CONGRESS

Cradle of Creativity © The University of Cape Town

Cradle of Creativity. Cape Town: The University of Cape Town 2017. 156 pages

General idea of the book: National Research Foundation 156. For examining inter-cultural exchange and diversity in the theatre for young audiences . Iterves to provide a platform for theatre researchers and artist to unravel the tension embedded in a theatre of universal values and cultural heritage whilst enhancing cultural literacy , dexterity and a deep respect for the other.

How can I get the document?

Have a look in the ASSITEJ International Archives: Book-Number 27868

Web link to the book: ASSITEJ South Africa

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