National Arts Festival 2010

National Arts Festival 2010

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A bounce for justice
A bounce for justice
The headscarf is unlikely to trump push-up bras and bling as the dress of choice for hip-hop girls courting fame.
A breed apart
A breed apart
Music, it is said, can calm the savage beast but in Ubom!'s latest production, Breed, it also incites killer instincts.
Kidult art will steal your heart
Kidult art will steal your heart
Not all of us know how to appreciate those delicately realistic portraits of the sun setting on the horizon, or mountains laced with snow.
Courageous presentation of a mammoth task
Courageous presentation of a mammoth task
Festival-goers are getting their fair share of electronic manipulation of acoustic sound this year.
Tang scrutinises the Inscrutable
Tang scrutinises the Inscrutable
Having grown up in both Hong Kong and Johannesburg, Acty Tang is a man of two worlds.
Corné and Twakkie back to shave the golden pig
Corné and Twakkie back to shave the golden pig
Corné and Twakkie have once again slapped on their “snors” after two years of being lost in the wilderness. Corné (he's the tall one, with his arm in
The nub of the story
The nub of the story
“What I need now is stories,” says Molloy, one of Samuel Beckett's complex creations in The Beckett Trilogy.
Going transcontinental
Going transcontinental
If you ask who is one of the kookiest musicians that South Africa has to offer, Carlo Mombelli springs to mind.
'My work has healed me'
'My work has healed me'
For Dorothy Ann Gould, who performs in the production of Hello and Goodbye, the character of Hester is an old and much-loved friend.
A Homofabulous Show
A Homofabulous Show
Bruce Little, the creator and star of Little Poof! A Homofabulous Show, believes that art is a creative reflection of society.

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