It is not often that we are privileged with a piece of art that truly surprises us, from start to finish, in almost every facet. Hunter Gatherers, on at the Market Theatre this weekend, is one such piece. The play, by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb, is a gorgeous piece of realist pseudo-absurdism that treads a fine … Continue reading Hunter Gatherers Review
We sat down with Naledi-nominated theatre and television actress Michelle Mosalakae, who told us her path to performing professionally, shared her views on South African theatre, and gave some tips on getting into the industry!
TheatreZA went to watch Brutal Legacy at the Auto & General Theatre on the Square. The play is an adaptation of Tracy Going's memoirs of the same name. Read our review here!
University of the Witwatersrand student Gabriella Pillhofer went to watch the 41st Anniversary Production of Woza Albert! at the State Theatre. Read her review of the performance!
In light of World Theatre Day on the 27th of March, I thought I would pen something that speaks to the importance of teaching Drama in schools. As a Dramatic Arts teacher, I am often asked by parents “Why should my child take Drama? They don’t even want to be an actor!” and THAT, in … Continue reading “Why Should My Child Take Drama? They Don’t Even Want To Be An Actor!”
We sat down with LJ Neilson, star of Into the Woods at Montecasino, to chat about her theatre journey, performing as Rapunzel, and some favourite theatre tidbits!
Hey there! We are Theatre ZA, a bunch of passionate theatre fans who are committed to spreading the love of theatre throughout South Africa, and Johannesburg in particular. We are teachers, critics, enthusiasts, performers, and technicians, and we can't wait to share the joy of theatre with you! Please sign up for our mailing list … Continue reading Theatre ZA Takes the Stage!