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This Pharaoh is all shook up

Anton Luitingh is wowing audiences as Pharaoh in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, directed by Paul Warwick Griffin, which is on at the Theatre on the Bay until April 8.

2 March 2017 | Stage

Ravishing for the Rentheads

Rent tells the story of a group of impoverished young artists struggling to survive and who are trying to create a life in New York City’s East Village in the thriving days of Bohemian Alphabet City, under the shadow of HIV/Aids.

24 February 2017 | Arts Portal

Totally air dried

Eva Gilliam is at the helm of the new Mama City Improv Festival, which will feature both local and imported improvisation gurus in a season of theatrical fun. She talks about the event.

14 October 2016 | Stage

Review: Intimate ‘hotel plays’

FOR many hotels are either places of transit or holiday destinations, teeming with salesmen and conference goers while honeymooners and leisure travellers recline languidly.

4 August 2016 | Stage

A stage set for trouble

Every major revolution is reflected in the art of its time, and the apartheid struggle was no different, with music, theatre, poetry and music leading to artists being banned, exiled and arrested.

16 June 2016 | Stage

Memories of June 16

Well-known actor and television actor THEMBI MTSHALI-JONES takes part in Oratorio of a Forgotten Youth: Musical Reflections on the Youth of '76.

10 June 2016 | Stage

Falling under flamenco’s spell

WHEN, in 1985, Carolyn Holden opened her Estudio de Baile Español and founded La Rosa Spanish Dance Theatre in 1990, her work and performances became synonymous with Cape Town's flamenco scene.

24 April 2016 | Stage

‘The Power Struggle’ review

THE POWER STRUGGLE. Written by Nik Rabonowitz, Tom Eaton and Darrel Bristow-Bovey, with Nik Rabinowitz. At The Baxter Theatre Centre until Saturday. Tracey Saunders reviews

13 April 2016 | Stage

Artscape to prep Cape pupils

CAPE Town learners will be highly prepared when stepping into the exam room in June, following the return of the Grade 11-12 isiXhosa set-work play (Amaza) – an Artscape youth development skills production to be held from May 18 to June 2

12 April 2016 | Stage
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