Classic The Taming of the Shrew becomes a sister act

Tara Notcutt has taken the classic text and found a modern parallel, recontextualising the play for the 2000s

THEATRE: The bard in the park

Theatre, ballet and classical music

THEATRE: Thinking out the box, in boxes

Storyteller gives an age-old form of entertainment a fresh application

TONY LEON: Thoughts on icon Eva Perón

Ahead of the staging of the musical Evita later this year, Tony Leon, SA ambassador to Argentina from 2009-2012, reflects on the life and legacy of Eva Duarte ...

Award-winning Sesotho musical Paleho comes to Pretoria

The story about a girl’s identity quest takes audiences into the sacred rituals of Basotho female initiates

THEATRE: Playing with an icon in Shakespeare in Love

Directing the West End hit at the Fugard Theatre has kindled a surprising enthusiasm for the Bard in Greg Karvellas

New hope for old theatres

Some fading heritage theatres are becoming venues for vibrant activity

Comedian and TV food judge join forces in new live show

Chris Forrest and Pete Goffe-Wood decided to combine their talents and see what came out of this potluck

King Kong: a remarkable history of SA's most famous stage play

After almost 60 years, the production of King Kong returns to SA stages

THEATRE: Tannie Evita heads to Montecasino

Evita Bezuidenhout and the Kaktus of Separate Development promises a laugh a minute, and answers to some prickly questions

Shrek gives a kickstart

A small independent theatre company in Durban has struck it big at the Naledi Theatre Awards

THEATRE: Retro musicals rule the roost

But even global smash hits are no guarantee of commercial success in SA