South African theatre does not have a strong literary tradition. Most of the work we see on our stages are workshopped or devised, which is a method at which we … Read More
There’s a bunch of bloody brilliant South Africans performing two plays at the Amsterdam Fringe Festival, an 11-day celebration of innovative theatre in the city of bicycles, canals, and good-looking … Read More
Father, father, father gets a kitchen table crit from Sheena. [wpdevart_youtube]4saOWzVWXyc[/wpdevart_youtube] Programme notes here.
Father, Father, Father is deliciously dark. It’s darkly delightful. It’s rambunctious and silly yet stabs stealthily at serious issues. Yep, it’s satire. Oh how I laughed at the three insane … Read More
Hesitantly proceeding onto the stage, fumbling with a wooden crate containing his briefcase, in a manner that depicts a nervousness so ingrained it’s become a way of life, Ivan walks … Read More