Sihle Mnqwazanakate, Kate Pinchuck, Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi and Mahlatsi Mokgonyana. Photo: Jesse Kramer
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
Split Signs stars Julia de Rosenworth and Adriana Jamisse. Photo – Alessandra Giffin
Split Signs is a double bill performance at the Theatre Arts Admin Collective, based at the Methodist Church Hall on the corner of Milton Road and Wesley Street, Observatory, Cape Town, at 8pm on October 26, 27 and 28, features exciting new work by Julia de Rosenwerth and Adriana Jamisse.
These young dance artists are working towards a language of movement and improvisation that is exploratory and different. Continue reading
We Didn’t Come To Hell For The Croissants stars Jemma Kahn and Roberto Pombo.
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 Theatre Arts Admin Collective is calling for applications for the 2016 Theatre Arts Admin Collective Emerging Theatre Directors Bursary – in partnership with the Baxter Theatre Centre and the Distell Foundation.
The bursary is supported by nearly 60 individuals from South Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States of America who contributed through our Thundafund campaign, supported by the Department of Arts and Culture. Continue reading