Sebezo in the role of Maki Magwaza on Mzansi Magic's prison drama, Lockdown. Photo: Supplied.
The versatile veteran actress is returning to her roots in an upcoming theatre production called "Sunset Blues". Sebezo is one of the many actresses and actors that credit their growth to the late, great father of township theatre, Gibson Kente. 

The production, which will be on at the Soweto Theatre from next weekend will be co-starring Daniel Mooi, Clement Shimane and Thope Shabalala, written and directed by Jullian Seleke Mokoto.

Sunset Blues is a production that explores the ups and downs of marriage and the struggles related to trying to make it work. According to the show's notes, it is this exploration of these relationships that makes the production powerful.
 
"As the story unfolds, this phenomenon that has no manual is broken down by a cast of five powerful actors.  The ups and downs of marital life. Love is the thin line between happiness and misery. In this production we learn that marriage is the only war where one sleeps with the enemy."

"The show, presents a modern day headache, that our marriages can be better or bitter, the choice is entirely up to us. As those who have travelled the road would say, one must not allow the past to control the future in relations of the heart, because as the plot thickens, the dangers are all laid bare. 

"The story is life itself. It portrays a journey of marriage, where every person makes mistakes despite the best intentions and all the wisdom in the world.  Perfection is not necessary. Love allows room for disagreements, mistakes and sadness," they read. 

Tickets for Sunset Blues are R100 from Webtickets and at the door. Visit Soweto Theatre's website for more details.