A talk on the occasion of the centenary of Freud's birth by Ernst Kris
Visiting Professor of Psychology at Yale University
In the opinion of Dr. Kris the nineteenth-century Victorian belief in the power of science and the magic of progress has through Freud's work expanded its realm from the material to the personal.
See also Friday at 7.30
Talk by H. J. Simons , Ph.D.
Lecturer in Native Law and Administration,
University of Cape Town
A study of some of the difficulties arising from the co-existence in South Africa of three different legal systems--customary or tribal law, Native law, and Roman-Dutch law.
The Study of Bantu Folklore, by S. M. Mofokeng : Thursday at 8.35
The first of three programmes of vocal and instrumental music
Devised and introduced by Marylin Wailes
I-Music for his Patron
Fantasie (Acquaintance) and Almatne Secular Motets:
Love, Beauty, and Time; Song in memory of the Lady Arbella Stuart ; Cupid
The Ambrosian Singers
Conducted by Douglas Robinson
The Carter String Trio:
Mary Carter (violin) Anatole Mines (viola)
Eileen McCarthy (cello)
Marjorie Lavers (violin)
Jean Stewart (viola) Lilly Phillips (cello)
Charles Spinks (harpsichord)
by Lope de Vega
Translated by W. S. Merwin
Cast in order of speaking:
Production by Frederick Bradnum
The punishment inflicted on Count Frederick in this play must appear to be without vengeance if the Duke his father is not to be dishonoured. As in many Spanish plays of the early seventeenth century the question of honour is the motivating force.
Ricardo a servant:
Febo the same:
The Duke of Ferrara:
Cynthia, a Bawd:
Batin, servant to the Count:
Count Frederick, the Duke's son:
Cassandra, married to the Duke:
Lucretia, her servant:
Rutilio, servant to the Marquis:
Marquis of Gonzaga:
The Lady Aurora:
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