Theatre ZA sat down with Craig Urbani, star of the Rocky Horror Show, and chatted about his career, motivations, and recent roles.
Our newest reviewer, Sarah Hulbert, went to watch the Mzansi Ballet's production "The Queen Show". Read what she had to say about it here!
Barry Morisse went to watch Contagious Theatre's The Snow Goose at Montecasino. Read what he had to say about it here!
Dr Tiffany Higgo went to watch Nuclear at the Wits Amphitheatre, part of Wits University's Drama Department stagings of 4th year shows. Read what she had to say about it here!
Fourth year Wits Theatre and Performance student Saul Kemack shares with us his new play Nuclear, on at the Wits Amphitheatre from November 15-18. Read on to learn about this exciting production.
Barry Morisse is an AI ethicist and thinker working with South African entrepreneurs. In his spare time he feeds his passion for theatre with his theatre club StageDoor which organizes group events for shows in Johannesburg. Read what he had to say about Lenny Andrew Steve and Me here!
This Educator's Corner is written by Taryn Henning, mommy of twins, a wifey, Drama Rama teacher, lover of theatre and dance and of life.
On a perfect Spring evening amongst glistening rooftops catching the sun’s last light we welcomed the Fugard’s new artistic director, Greg Karvellas, and his announcement of the 2020 Fugard Season. The joy of sipping bubbles on a Monday was topped only by the excitement of the new, locally written, creations ‘What We Wish For’ and ‘Hold Still’ that we can look forward to in May and June respectively. Other fan favourites are Peter-Dirk Uys’ 75th birthday celebrations of 10 plays in 10 days, Athol Fugard’s ‘Master Harold and the boys’ and the Fugard’s first Shakespeare production, Hamlet. Read more detail in the press release and watch this space, there’s much to come!
Le Journal is a new, original production from the Market Theatre Lab 2nd Year ensemble. Read a preview of the piece here!
An Ode to Kwaito, Un-owed to Kwaito: A tale of Scamtho, Ringas and Kwaito “Kwaito music is inescapable in this Mzansi. It is ours. A creation that was and continues to be authored by the Black Lived Experience, and it engages Black Life. In Kwaito, we have a national treasure. A monument to the Township, … Continue reading Ekasi Lam’ Preview