The revival of the writer-director’s1979 play Cincinatti reflects how race is still an issue, but not in the same way.
No longer the über-soapie vixen, Pamela Nomvete now champions young artists at a new festival.
Neo Muyanga and Mark Fleishman have crafted a new kind of African opera, based on Zakes Mda’s 'Heart of Redness'
From its filmic past to its present-day theatre adaptation, Andy Kasrils writes about The Little Shop of Horrors, which is currently on stage in SA.
If everyone put down their phones, the world would be happier, says Dylan Moran of "Off the Hook".
The group Jittery Citizens hopes to establish a solid improvisational comedy scene in South Africa with their unconventional comedy.
The portrayal of Marlene Dietrich by Fiona Ramsay in an emotional play brings to light Marlene Dietrich's true self, writes Robyn Sassen.
The beautiful and timeless story has been expertly brought to life by some of South Africa's most innovative theatre creators.
A collective of young playwrights have taken it upon themselves to promote contemporary South African storytelling and activism on the stage.
The imagining of a friendship between Sol Plaatje and Cecil Rhodes feels particularly relevant right now.
A new stage work on the tragedy is named one of the year's best shows and a reworking of the vintage "Rocky Horror Show" fares well.
Inspired writing, direction and acting make for a resonant drama that does not put a foot wrong.
Creating a new theatre audience using digital technology.
All eyes on the annual Fleur du Cap Awards celebrating the cream of Cape Town theatre, for the fiftieth year, on March 15.
Plans to revive the hit musical King Kong fall though as The Market Theatre fails to secure funding.
After narrating the history of South Africa and the evolution of music on the world's stage for 15 years, storyteller Penuel "Hope" Ndaba has died.
Apart from being a landmark theatre event, the local tour of "War Horse" may pull the right strings to unharness the country’s emerging puppet power.
Theatre director Brett Bailey can't believe how "a global capital of democracy" has reacted to his works decrying objectification.
The lottery has waltzed in to give the festival the funding lifeline it needs to step out for another year.