Wits graduate and co-founder of theatre company The Wombman Movement, Nandi Nhlapho, is a rising star of the stage.
‘Cape Town is not yet ready to endorse the idea of having a theatre in Khayelitsha.’ Theatre director Mandisi Sindo talks to us about the importance of Makukhanye Art Room.
‘This is the story of our people.’ Hollywood actor Nondumiso Tembe, talks to us about being back in her home country to star in legendary jazz opera ‘King Kong’.
Theatre’s leading women Ameera Conrad and Amy Jephta meet on stage at their old varsity to reminiscence about drama school, talk on writing powerful work and their futures.
Local actress Phumzile Sitole talks to us about struggles, auditions, mentors met in coffee shops, and her flourishing career in New York.
Lara Adine Lipschit’s gives us the scoop on season two of ‘Chin Up!’, a web series about the life of a struggling actress, trying to make it work.
On identity, true liberation and why she’d love the EFF to watch her work.
The artist opens up about her choreopoem ‘Songs for Khwezi’ after performing it for the first time on home soil.
We had a quick WhatApp convo with four distinct, talented and fearless artists, who are presenting work at this year’s Cape Town Fringe Festival.
The delightfully absurd play pokes fun at the patriarchy and religious dogma.
“The heteros need all the help they can get.” Tell Me About It’s Rachael Neary gets a makeover from electro rap outfit Stash Crew.
Didn’t make it to this year’s National Arts Festival? Catch a few of the productions at the 969 Festival in Johannesburg.
Tell Me About It chats with our favourite new-wave clown Klara van Wyk about her solo show ‘You Suck (And Other Inescapable Truths)’.
In her signature gloriously awkward style, Tell Me About It’s Rachael Neary has interviewed a fine selection of the theatre-makers involved in NAF.
We’ve asked a few actors, directors and musicians who will be performing at this year’s National Arts Festival which shows they’ll be watching and where they’ll be hanging out.