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Issues and Implications in Staging Mungoshi's Inongova Njakenjake (Each Does his Own Thing)
(Prestige Books, 2006)
Charles Mungoshi is one of the most prolific writers Zimbabwe has produced. As with any attempt at categorisation, it proves futile to bunch Mungoshi with most Zimbabwean writers in the same cauldron of realism, as some ...
An Investigation into the Practice of Directing and Theatre Making in Post-Independence Zimbabwe up to 1990: Some Urban Theatre Directors and/or Theatre Makers as Case Studies
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2006)
This article examines the theatre making and directing styles inherent in urban Zimbabwean theatre in the first ten years after independence. It does so by scrutinising the works of selected urban theatre makers and/or ...
Contesting Constructions of Cultural Production in & through Urban Theatre in Rhodesia, c. 1890–1950
(Boydell and Brewer Ltd, 2010)
In this article I attempt to analyse three urban African performances; Nyawo, the tea party, and Beni. I employ the socio-historical analysis model which attempts to understand the relationship between the field of ...