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Distinguished South African actress primarily associated with the anti-apartheid plays of Athol Fugard. In 1965 Bryceland founded The Space, the first interracial theater in Cape Town with her husband, Brian Astbury. Since the 1970s Bryceland worked primarily on the London stage. She originated the female roles in most of Fugard's plays most notably the title character in "Boseman and Lena" and is most celebrated for her radiant award-winning performance as the eccentric, iconoclastic sculptor, in the playwright's "The Road to Mecca" which she starred in on the New York and London stages. Bryceland repeated that role in the 1991 film version of the play.

Distinguished South African actress primarily associated with the anti-apartheid plays of Athol Fugard. In 1965 Bryceland founded The Space, the first interracial theater in Cape Town with her husband, Brian Astbury. Since the 1970s Bryceland worked primarily on the London stage. She originated the female roles in most of Fugard's plays most notably the title character in "Boseman and Lena" and is most celebrated for her radiant award-winning performance as the eccentric, iconoclastic sculptor, in the playwright's "The Road to Mecca" which she starred in on the New York and London stages. Bryceland repeated that role in the 1991 film version of the play.

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 The Lady Takes a Sailor (1949) Arlette
2.
 Letter from an Unknown Woman (1948) Frau Spitzer
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