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'Why bother to rob a bank, when you can own a bank?' asked Bertold Brecht. The question is reiterated in the very Brechtian Love, Crime and Johannesburg, the story of Jimmy 'Long Legs' Mangane, a people's poet involved in the struggle, who is accused of robbing a bank. He passionately asserts his innocence, claiming to work for the 'secret secret service'. Lewis, his old friend and comrade from 'Why bother to rob a bank, when you can own a bank?' asked Bertold Brecht. The question is reiterated in the very Brechtian Love, Crime and Johannesburg, the story of Jimmy 'Long Legs' Mangane, a people's poet involved in the struggle, who is accused of robbing a bank. He passionately asserts his innocence, claiming to work for the 'secret secret service'. Lewis, his old friend and comrade from the struggle, now owns a bank. How did this happen? The man of the struggle is now a man of accounts. A man of the nineties. Part of the cellphone generation. Added to the mix is an old-style gangster, two girlfriends, a Jewish father and a very unusual Chief of Police. Described as one of the first genuine post-apartheid plays, Love, Crime and Johannesburg is a witty, light-hearted account of life in the City of Gold at the turn of the millennium. A must for all students of South African theatre. Winner of the 2000 Vita Award for best script of a new South African Play. Books, Music, Stage and Screen~~Music~~Music: Styles & Genres, Love, Crime And Johannesburg~~Book~~9781868143542~~Junction Avenue Theatre Company, , , , , , , , , ,

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Love, Crime and Johannesburg: A Musical Junction Avenue Theatre Company [With Musical Score for Accompaniment]
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Love, Crime and Johannesburg: A Musical Junction Avenue Theatre Company [With Musical Score for Accompaniment]

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'Why bother to rob a bank, when you can own a bank?' asked Bertold Brecht. The question is reiterated in the very Brechtian Love, Crime and Johannesburg, the story of Jimmy 'Long Legs' Mangane and the trouble he gets into in the new South Africa. Jimmy, a people's poet involved in the struggle, is accused of robbing a bank. He passionately asserts his innocence, claiming to work for the 'secret secret service'.Lewis, his old friend and comrade from the struggle, now owns a bank. How did this happen? The man of the struggle is now a man of accounts, a man of the nineties, part of the cell phone generation. Added to the mix is an old-style gangster, two girlfriends, a Yiddish papa and a very unusual Chief of Police.Described as one of the first genuine post-apartheid plays, Love, Crime and Johannesburg is a witty lighthearted account of life in the City of Gold at the turn of the millennium. It is a must for all students of South African theatre.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781868143542
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1868143546
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2000
Editeur: TRANSACTION PUBL
128 Pages
Poids: 0,091 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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