PERFORMING ARTS

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Le Foehn

A revolutionary play about Algeria.

Books and the Arts

Reviews of books and plays.

The New African: Volume 5, Number 10, December 1966
Kongi's harvest in tails

Unique moments among disappointments at the Dakar Festival.

Books and the Arts

Book and art reviews.

Whites-on-top

The London Revue "Nymphs and satires" exploits African culture without commitment and in the old whites-on-top package.

Kwa-Namakunde: an introduction and an extract

Kwa-Namakunde is based on the history of the Bakongo kings. The history of Mbanzakongo actually extends over about a century and a half, about which very little detail is known.

Volks Radio: a satire

A satire.

Words, words, words

Notes on the written word.

Aid with strings

A satire.

Five Soyinka plays: a review

Review of five plays written by Wole Soyinka.

A symposium on the Paton-Shah Play Sponono

Alan Paton and Krishna Shah's play "Sponono" proved a milestone in South African theatre.

Chapter fifteen: Arts and entertainment
Chapter twelve: Arts and entertainment
Chapter thirteen: Arts and entertainment
Acting with a mission
Singing the times
Stories, dance and song
News briefs
Rixaka Number 4 1988

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