Late Night Theatre Worldplay - March Soldier March

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19970726]

Anthony Minghella introduces the last of six international radio plays.

Richard Nwamba 's play was first broadcast on SAFM. Six young people with six contrasting visions are united by the fact that they are all new recruits to the South African Defence Force. with Hannes Potgleter , Zane Meas, Graham Lucas. Malmele Motubatse and Annah Komape. Director Hilary Keogh Followed by 11.05 Write Out Loud: Tales from the Pickle Cupboard/The Present

A double bill of short plays, produced in association with the Arts Council.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970726]

Introduces: Anthony Minghella

Unknown: Richard Nwamba

Unknown: Hannes Potgleter

Unknown: Graham Lucas.

Unknown: Malmele Motubatse

Unknown: Annah Komape.

Director: Hilary Keogh

Master Sergeant Louw: Douglas Bristow

Buhle: Richard Nwamba

Corporal Tau: Richard Nwamba

March Soldier March19970726

Anthony Minghella introduces the last of six international radio plays.

`March Soldier March', by Richard Nwamba, was first broadcast on SAFM.

Six young people, six different cultures and six contrasting visions of the world are united by the fact that they are all new recruits to the South African Defence Force in the new South Africa.

With Douglas Bristow, Richard Nwamba and Hannes Potgleter.

Director Hilary Keogh.

Martha Burne, David MacFarlane and Ken James.

Director Gregory J Sinclair.

March Soldier March19970726

Anthony Minghella introduces the last of six international radio plays.

`March Soldier March', by Richard Nwamba, was first broadcast on SAFM.

Six young people, six different cultures and six contrasting visions of the world are united by the fact that they are all new recruits to the South African Defence Force in the new South Africa.

With Douglas Bristow, Richard Nwamba and Hannes Potgleter.

Director Hilary Keogh.

Martha Burne, David MacFarlane and Ken James.

Director Gregory J Sinclair.