For a theatre-maker, Jefferson Tshabalala has some harsh words for his industry.

“Two years ago I decided to stop watching theatre. It was dull, it was absolutely dire, it was boring — even in the other venues with the more contemporary guys. Before it looked risky and cutting edge but it had become low-budget mediocrity.”

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