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Shakespeare in South Africa: Sezar, Acknowledgements

Shakespeare in South Africa: Yael Farber's SeZar -- page 13


Yael Farber's script for SeZaR draws on the Tswana translation Dintshontsho tsa bo-Juliuse Kesara by Sol Plaatje, first published by the University of the Witwatersrand in 1937 and edited by G.P.Lestrade. Workshopped contributions from the cast should also be acknowledged.

I am grateful to Yael Farber for her enthusiastic support of this project. I would also like to thank Leigh Colombick (Production Coordinator SA), Michael Best of the Internet Shakespeare Editions, and staff of the National English Literary Museum, Grahamstown, for helping to assemble and present this material.

Laurence Wright
 November 2003


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