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  • Peter Pan

    Peter Pan

    Peter gives Wendy a house at Canal Walk By Jaco du Plessis Ask every young boy what superpower he de...

  • Cheers To Sarajevo

    Cheers To Sarajevo

    War cannot break Love… By Jaco du Plessis In a world where war and violence have become a dail...

  • iChameleon

    iChameleon

    #YouMustGo By Jaco du Plessis Cape Town nights are heating up this winter and the reason for being i...

  • Synergy

    Synergy

    by David Simmons Ian and Vivienne Von MemertyWhat do we know about Synergy? For starters, it’s th...

  • Funny Girl

    Funny Girl

    Fabulous Funny Fanny at the Fugard by Louw Mulder It is not the first time I have had the privilege ...

  • Doringrosie: Die Slapende Skone

    Doringrosie: Die Slapende Skone

    Add-Life Produksies se nuwe Panto bring kleur en klank deur Coen Jacobs Sprokiesverhale met hul elem...

  • Review: Ar Fur

    Review: Ar Fur

    The Legend of King Arthur meets Saturday Night Fever, in a zany highschool pantomime By Jaco Lotriet...

  • Review: Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

    Review: Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

    Priscilla, Phenomenal Fabulous Fun!! by Louw Mulder. After a sold-out season in Cape Town, with ravi...

  • The Play That Goes Wrong

    The Play That Goes Wrong

    A Play where Organised Chaos is Perfected By Louw Mulder The scene is set. It is opening night of th...

  • Blue Man Group

    Blue Man Group

    A Live Evolution from Madness into Magic By Louw Mulder I was fortunate enough to get invited to the...

  • West Side Story

    West Side Story

    A Majesitc, Memorable, Magnificent Musical By Louw Mulder In the mid-nineties, in the middle of my h...

  • Menopause – The Drag Show

    Menopause – The Drag Show

    Laugh, Dare, Drag by Louw Mulder Yes, they lip-sync, and boldly also admit to this fact early on dur...

  • Annie

    Annie

    Annie promises Rich and Talented Stage Stars for Tomorrow by Louw Mulder Very seldom a theatre produ...

  • Saturday Night Fever

    Saturday Night Fever

    A Disco Mirror-ball, Reflecting SA’s Finest by Louw Mulder   For Joburgers it may be a lo...

  • Romeo and Juliet

    Romeo and Juliet

    Joburg Ballet marks 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare’s death in remarkable production of literature’...

Peter Pan

Peter Pan

Peter gives Wendy a house at Canal Walk By Jaco du Plessis Ask every young boy what superpower he desires and the answer you will most likely get, is to fly! We all know of a young boy who can do just that, Peter Pan. This classic, originally created by author J.M. Barrie in 1904, gets a revival from Fred Abrahamse and Marcel Meyer, just ...

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Cheers To Sarajevo

Cheers To Sarajevo

War cannot break Love… By Jaco du Plessis In a world where war and violence have become a daily feature, from the news to our social media, one has to ask if we really need to take this subject matter to the stage. My answer is a definite YES! Yes, because of a show like Cheers to Sarajevo, co-written by Aimee Mica Goldsmith and Lidija Marelic, ...

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iChameleon

iChameleon

#YouMustGo By Jaco du Plessis Cape Town nights are heating up this winter and the reason for being is Sné Dladla and his one man show iChameleon currently showing at the Golden Arrow Studio at the Baxter Theatre. For those of us who like to hibernate in winter and avoid the gym, you will love this new show as it leaves you feeling like you’ve ...

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Synergy

Synergy

by David Simmons Ian and Vivienne Von MemertyWhat do we know about Synergy? For starters, it’s the new song and dance celebration between husband and wife duo Ian and Vivienne Von Memerty. However....

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Funny Girl

Funny Girl

Fabulous Funny Fanny at the Fugard by Louw Mulder It is not the first time I have had the privilege to review a Fugard Theatre Production, but it is the first time I am writing about a production performed at the Fugard Theatre. Being in Cape Town is always an experience for a Gautenger like me, and to see a professional musical like Funny Girl  ...

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Doringrosie: Die Slapende Skone

Doringrosie: Die Slapende Skone

Add-Life Produksies se nuwe Panto bring kleur en klank deur Coen Jacobs Sprokiesverhale met hul elemente van woude, kastele, waters en koninkryke is al vir duisende jare deel van elke kultuur, veral stories wat op die verhoog in soveel vorms vertel word. Een van die bekendste sprokies, Doringrosie; Die slapende Skone, het pas geopen as die derde Afrikaanse pantomime deur Add-Life Produksies, na die sukesvolle ...

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Review: Ar Fur

Review: Ar Fur

The Legend of King Arthur meets Saturday Night Fever, in a zany highschool pantomime By Jaco Lotriet Stage and Screen has had the pleasure of reviewing many great stage productions over the last 10 years. When Hoёrskool Randburg invited us to their pantomime production, Ar-Fur, I couldn’t resist. Not knowing what to expect, I nestled comfortably into my seat at the Roodepoort Theatre. What was ...

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Review: Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

Review: Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

Priscilla, Phenomenal Fabulous Fun!! by Louw Mulder. After a sold-out season in Cape Town, with raving and praising reviews, it was time for Priscilla, Queen of the Desert to embark on its Johannesburg journey. Its run at the Artscape Theatre set the standard very high, and after the opening night in Johannesburg, Priscilla, the Musical, matched all expectations. Over the years, the South African Theatre ...

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The Play That Goes Wrong

The Play That Goes Wrong

A Play where Organised Chaos is Perfected By Louw Mulder The scene is set. It is opening night of the Northriding Polytechnic Drama Society’s production of Murder at Haversham Manor. The actors in this play are dedicated, loyal, and also very excited to perform. Everything is ready, the lights go out, the director makes his opening speech, and then everything just goes wrong. Stomach-spasm laughter ...

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Blue Man Group

Blue Man Group

A Live Evolution from Madness into Magic By Louw Mulder I was fortunate enough to get invited to the opening performance of the world acclaimed Blue Man Group show for their South African tour at the Teatro in Montecasino. Never ever have I experienced something like this, but what remains a fact, is that I experienced Awesome. It would be close to impossible to categorise ...

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