John Kani and Sir Antony Sher perform together again under the direction of Janice Honeyman in Kani’s new play, Kunene and The King, at The Fugard Theatre in ...
Cultural icon David Kramer’s eagerly awaited new musical, Langarm, is one to catch, and cause for a quickstep down memory lane
Why we should care that the 30th Dance Umbrella this month may be the final one
The acclaimed production features an all-South African, all-black powerhouse cast
Tara Notcutt has taken the classic text and found a modern parallel, recontextualising the play for the 2000s
Storyteller gives an age-old form of entertainment a fresh application
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 ...
The story about a girl’s identity quest takes audiences into the sacred rituals of Basotho female initiates
Directing the West End hit at the Fugard Theatre has kindled a surprising enthusiasm for the Bard in Greg Karvellas
Some fading heritage theatres are becoming venues for vibrant activity
Chris Forrest and Pete Goffe-Wood decided to combine their talents and see what came out of this potluck
After almost 60 years, the production of King Kong returns to SA stages
Evita Bezuidenhout and the Kaktus of Separate Development promises a laugh a minute, and answers to some prickly questions