Anele Situlweni and Vuyelwa Maluleke. Photo: Dee-Ann Kaaijk
Durban audiences have the chance to catch the much-anticipated touring production of Molière’s Tartuffe coming to the Courtyard Theatre at DUT on May 25 and 26 – for day time schools and evening public performances.
The story centres on Tartuffe, a weasely swindler, disguised as a paragon of piety who manipulates his way into Orgon’s house and unleashes his lecherous reign. Continue reading
Heading to the Schlesinger Theatre at Michaelhouse in Balgowan at 7.30pm on Friday, March 10 is The Cenotaph of Dan Wa Moriri, a finely crafted monument to memory.
An intensely personal reconstruction of co-writer and actor, Tony Miyambo’s memories of his father, Daniel Rasenga Miyambo, the play explores an intimate father-son relationship, recalled and reconstructed through remembered moments from the past, fading images captured in sepia toned photographs, conjured up conversations , snippets of music, truths and half- truths.
It is an ancient human attempt to connect our present to the past by mapping our relationships with the one’s we love.
ESTELLE SINKINS spoke to him ahead of the performance, his first in the KZN Midlands. Continue reading
Tony Miyambo stars in ‘The Cenotaph of Dan Wa Moriri’ at the Schlesinger Theatre at Michaelhouse. Photo: Supplied
Heading to the Schlesinger Theatre at Michaelhouse in Balgowan at 7.30pm on March 10 is The Cenotaph of Dan Wa Moriri, a finely crafted monument to memory. Continue reading
AN original Wits Theatre production, first performed at the So Solo Festival, The Cenotaph of Dan wa Moriri is being presented by The Playhouse Company from May 5 to 7 in the Loft Theatre, as part of its New Stages season. Continue reading
Tony Miyambo. Photo: Supplied
THE Playhouse Company has two superb plays heading to the Durban theatre as part of its annual New Stages season in May. Continue reading