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  1. › wiki › Athol_FugardAthol Fugard - Wikipedia

    Athol Fugard OIS HonFRSL (born 11 June 1932) is a South African playwright, novelist, actor, and director widely regarded as South Africa's greatest playwright. [1] He is best known for his political and penetrating plays opposing the system of apartheid.

  2. Athol Fugard (de nombre completo Harold Athol Lanigan Fugard) (Middelburg, Provincia Oriental del Cabo, 11 de junio de 1932) es un dramaturgo, novelista, actor y director de cine sudafricano. Escribe en inglés. Su guion para la película Tsotsi mereció el Oscar al mejor film extranjero de 2005. [1]

  3. Athol Fugard, South African dramatist, actor, and director who became internationally known for his penetrating and pessimistic analyses of South African society during the apartheid period. Learn more about Fugards life and career, including his notable plays.

  4. 16 de jul. de 2021 · Hailed as "the greatest active playwright in the English-speaking world," South Africa's Athol Fugard has won international praise for creating theater of "power, glory, and majestic language." In more than 20 plays, written over six decades, he has chronicled the struggles of men and women of all races for dignity and human fulfillment.

  5. South Africa’s most acclaimed playwright. Athol Fugard was born in 1932 in Middelburg in the Karoo. An internationally acclaimed playwright, director and occasional actor. For over half a century he has written almost forty soul-searing plays with roles for all South Africans which have moved audiences in South Africa and around the world to ...

  6. Athol. Last Name: Fugard. Date of Birth: 11-June-1932. Middleburg, South Africa. Athol Fugard, born Harold Athol Lanigan Fugard in the remote village of Middleburg on 11 June 1932, grew up in Port Elizabeth. His father was Afrikaner and his mother English-speaking.

  7. 3 de jun. de 2012 · Playwright Athol Fugard: a man of obstinacy and courage. A new documentary charts the struggle of Afrikaans playwright Athol Fugard against the violence of apartheid. Michael Billington...