Fugard, Athol

Athol Fugard Site. Extensive and frequently updated website on Athol Fugard by Iain Fisher.

The Fugard. A theatre in Cape Town named after Athol Fugard.

Fugard, Sheila. The Apprenticeship Years – Athol Fugard Issue. Twentieth Century Literature on bnet, 1993 (Winter).

Hilferty, Susan. Realizing Fugard – Athol Fugard Issue. Twentieth Century Literature on bnet, 1993 (Winter).

Marino, Kelli. About Athol Fugard. Timeline Theatre Company: Behind the ‘Line, 2009 (December 18).

Walder, Dennis. Crossing boundaries: the genesis of township plays – Athol Fugard Issue, 1993 (Winter).

Reviews

Casey, David Sisco. Sizwe Banzi is Dead. The Chicago Weekly Online, 2010 (May 19).

Fisher, Philip. Playland. The British Theatre Guide, 2002.

Gener, Randy. “Master Harold” and the boys. Roundabout Theatre Company – Front & Center Online, 2003 (Summer).

Morris, Steven Leigh. Victory. LA Weekly, 2008 (January 28).

Interviews

Barbera, Jack. Fugard as Director: an interview with the cast of ‘Boesman and Lena.’ – Athol Fugard Issue. Twentieth Century Literature on bnet, 1993 (Winter).

Boyd, Chris. Athol Fugard on Sizwe Banzi is Dead. The Morning After. Performing Arts in Australia, 2007 (October 13).

Brink, Andre P. ABSA Chain: Athol Fugard in Conversation with Andre Brink. LitNet, 2006 (July 28).

Richards, lloyd. Athol Fugard, The Art of Theater No. 8. The Paris Review No. 111, 1989 (Summer).Schreiber, Brad. Athol Fugard: Art Battling Apartheid and AIDS. The Huffington Post, 2009 (July 31).

Criticism

Barbera, Jack. Introduction: Fugard, women and politics – Athol Fugard Issue. Twentieth Century Literature, Winter (1993).

Brink, Andre. “No way out”: ‘Sizwe Bansi is Dead’ amd the dilemma of political drama in South Africa – Athol Fugard Issue.Twentieth Century Literature, 1993 (Winter).

Heller, Janet Ruth. The artist as an outcast and a mother in ‘The Road to Mecca.’ – Athol Fugard Issue. Twentieth Century Literature, 1993 (Winter).

Keuris, Marisa. Athol Fugard’s Exits and Entrances: the Playwright, the Actor and the Poet. Journal of Literary Studies via The Free Library, 2008 (June 1).

Keuris, Marisa. Between Languages: Athol Fugard and/in Afrikaans. Journal of Literary Studies via The Free Library, 2010 (September 1).

Mitchell, Michael. Tales of Dragons: A Re-evaluation of Athol Fugard’s Dimetos. The Journal of Commonwealth Literature vol 37 no 1, 2002 (March).

Audio and Audiovisual Material

Allen, Karen. Athol Fugard returns to South Africa to open theatre. BBC News, 2010 (February 12).

Burgun, Bruce. Conversation on line with South African dramatist Athol Fugard. 2000 (September 29).

Cavendish, Dominic. Interview: Athol Fugard. 2010 (October 26).

Downstage Center with Athol Fugard. American Theatre Wing, 2010 (October 27).

Fugard, Athol. A Catholic Antigone: An Episode in the Life of Hildegard of Bingen. Lecture, University of California, 2003.

Fugard, Athol. Athol Fugard gives a talk on writing “Coming Home”, South Africa and the art of theatre. LA Stage Times via Youtube, 2009.

Fugard, Athol. Athol Fugard gives a speech on “Defining Moments” in his work and life and in conversation with actors and playwrights. Humanitas, University of Oxford, 2010 (November 11-13).

Long Wharf Theatre Interview with Athol Fugard on his work “Have You Seen Us?”, Long Wharf Theatre via Youtube, 2009.

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