TheatreZA went to the Market Theatre to watch James Ngcobo's production of The Fishermen. Read what we had to say about it here!
TheatreZA sat down with Darren Craig, fan favourite of 2010's High School Musical: Spotlight South Africa and current star of the Fugard Theatre's production of Kinky Boots. We chatted about his life and career thus far - read on to see what he had to say!
Hannah Rudnicki is a third year dance major at Oakfields College studying Musical Theatre and Dance. She went to watch Charlotte's Web at the NCT - read what she had to say about it here!
Daphne Kuhn has produced yet another relevant and diverse play for audiences at the Auto & General Theatre on the Square with the blue collar comedy "Call Us Crazy". Read what we thought about it here!
On The Road To Music is a new, original show from Madevu Entertainment, with original compositions from Zolani Shangase. On at The Space.com at the Joburg Theatre from June 21-23, the show features Sne Dladla, Dionne Song, Nolo Harmony, Yamikani, and Michael William Wallace. We sat down with creator Zolani Shangase to find out more about this exciting project!
Lucy O'Connell is a freelance lifestyle and travel writer with a fierce passion for South Africa. Read what she had to say about Family Secrets at the Pieter Toerien Theatre at Montecasino!
Theatre ZA went to the South African State Theatre in Pretoria to watch Given Chauke's original musical, Qina. Read what we had to say about it here!
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
Crawford Sandton Drama student Lara Dworetzky watched Equus at the Pieter Toerien Theatre at Montecasino, and wrote up her thoughts for TheatreZA. Read what she had to say here!
We sat down with Carmen Pretorius, star of Chicago at Montecasino, to chat about her theatre journey, performing as Roxie Hart, and some favourite theatre tidbits!