THE brilliantly innovative, heartbreaking and wickedly funny musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch is one of the must-see productions at this year’s Hilton Arts Festival, which runs at Hilton College from September 15 to September 17. Continue reading
The Theatre Arts Admin Collective (TAAC) is calling for applications for the 2017 Emerging Theatre Director’s Bursary – in partnership with the Distell Foundation.
This year, they are offering two bursaries to emerging Cape Town-based black women directors. Students at both an undergraduate and post-graduate level will not be considered. Continue reading
WILLEM Defoe once said: ‘Great theatre is about challenging how we think and encouraging us to fantasise about a world we aspire to’. And at the Hilton Arts Festival, which takes place at Hilton College from September 16 to September 17, festival-goers can look forward to plenty of thought-provoking work. Continue reading
The multiple award-winning, Godfrey Johnson, will enchant you with a variety of colourful characters including the very “concerned”citizen Nugent and the hyper neurotic new age wonder woman, Juniper Jade, in his show, Johnson Unzipped, at the Rhumbelow Theatre, 42 Cunningham Road, Umbilo, Durban from July 1 to 3. Continue reading
Cape Town Edge is proud to be returning to Princess Alice Hall for its 10th National Arts Festival and showcase fresh, innovative South African theatre! Continue reading
THE winners of the 51st annual Fleur du Cap Theatre Awards were announced at the Baxter Theatre in Cape Town on Sunday, March 20.
The biggest winners on the night were Samsa-masjien which won five awards and Orpheus in Africa, which took home four. Continue reading
CAPE Town’s Baxter Theatre is hosting the 51st Fleur du Cap Theatre Awards from 6pm on Sunday, March 20. The Awards are presented for distinguished acting, directing, design and technical abilities in theatre. Continue reading
The Fugard Theatre, on the corner of Harrington Street and Caledon Street in District Six, Cape Town, has revealed that its first playwright in residence will be Louis Viljoen. The venue will also be staging his 2014 Fleur du Cap-winning production, The Kingmakers (best script and best new director). Continue reading