‘We were and remain Flower Children of the 60s’: Dawn Lindberg dies at 75 from Covid-19 complications

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The theatre-maker, director, choreographer and advocate for South African arts died on 8 December 2020 from illness related to Covid-19 aged 75. Working alongside her husband for almost six decades, she not only staged memorable productions but influenced legislation. (Desdawn)
The theatre-maker, director, choreographer and advocate for South African arts died on 8 December 2020 from illness related to Covid-19 aged 75. Working alongside her husband for almost six decades, she not only staged memorable productions but influenced legislation. (Desdawn)

Theatre-maker, director, choreographer and advocate for South African arts Dawn Lindberg died on 8 December 2020 from an illness related to Covid-19. She was 75. 

Best known as the founder and chief executive officer of the Naledi Theatre Awards, Lindberg’s performance-based career began almost six decades ago. 

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