Kunene and the King Review: TheatreZA on Tour

Shakespeare lives. His presence permeates every aspect of John Kani’s play, Kunene and the King, currently on at the Fugard Theatre in Cape Town. He is implied in the dramatic tension; he is discussed in the dialogue. He is even physically present, as a bust sometimes adorned by a Kaizer Chiefs scarf overlooking the tense … Continue reading Kunene and the King Review: TheatreZA on Tour

Dropping the Mask: When the Classroom Door Closes…

By Dr Tiffany Higgo. Teacher. Head of Subject. Short. Blonde. PhD. Boom. The value of the arts within the school curriculum is gaining more and more momentum, clearly indicated by the shift from STEM educational philosophies where Mathematics, Technology, Engineering, and Science were concentrated on, to that of STEAM philosophies where the importance of the … Continue reading Dropping the Mask: When the Classroom Door Closes…

An Interview with Brutal Legacy’s Creative Team: Part 2

We sat down with the three creative minds behind the Auto & general Theatre on the Square's production of Tracy Going’s Brutal Legacy; Natasha Sutherland, the writer and lead actress, Lesedi Job, the director, and Daphne Kuhn, the producer at the Auto & General Theatre on the Square. We talked about the adaptation process, what drew them to the story, and some of their motivations in storytelling. Part 2 of a 2 Part interview.

An Interview with Brutal Legacy’s Creative Team: Part 1

We sat down with the three creative minds behind the Auto & general Theatre on the Square's production of Tracy Going’s Brutal Legacy; Natasha Sutherland, the writer and lead actress, Lesedi Job, the director, and Daphne Kuhn, the producer at the Auto & General Theatre on the Square. We talked about the adaptation process, what drew them to the story, and some of their motivations in storytelling. Part 1 of a 2 Part interview.