Johannesburg-based theatre company The Framework returns to the Drill Hall on Hill Street in 2013 with a line-up of winners.
Budding performing artists are reminded that the deadline for the ACT | DALRO | Nedbank Performing Arts Scholarships for 2013 is fast approaching.
Long Street Nights, directed by Nicky Rebelo, weaves together six South Africans and their stories, with a dynamic young cast at the Baxter this May.
The multiple-award-winning Sylvaine Strike directs a stellar cast in Molière’s deliciously mean comedy The Miser, which humorously magnifies the madness of a father’s greed, paranoia and suspicion, at the Baxter Flipside from 8 to 25 May at 8pm nightly with a matinee at 2pm on 23 May.
Nearly 30 five-stars and seven top theatre awards later Mies Julie comes full circle and returns home to the Baxter for a limited season in June and July to warm up the winter.
Booking is now open for Lara Foot’s award-winning Solomon and Marion which returns to the stage at Theatre on the Square and Baxter Golden Arrow Studio this June and July.
Acclaimed novelist, playwright, curator and cultural critic Jane Taylor will discuss the creative process behind her research and staging of After Cardenio, created in relation to the so-called ‘missing’ Shakespeare play, at the Anatomy Lecture Theatre on Hiddingh Campus, on Thursday 9 May 2013 as part of GIPCA’s Great Texts public lecture series.
Deepest desires and darkest fears explored in the 2013 National Arts Festival Grahamstown theatre programme.
Following its success hit at the KKNK’s 2012 festival, Tertius Kapp’s Rooiland makes its way to the Baxter’s Flipside from 11 to 27 April at 20h15. Directed by Jaco Bouwer, this multi-award winning production will now be staged in Cape Town for the first time.