musicals

 
​King Kong rises to fight again
​King Kong rises to fight again
Cape Town in the dismal apartheid Fifties was even whiter than it is now. And not very cool. Which is why King Kong — the tragic...
Blast from the past
Blast from the past
Sibikwa Art Centre’s Kwela Bafana+, billed as “a night in a Fifties shebeen”, is enjoying a repeat season after playing...
Shebeen revival
Shebeen revival
Call it the Mamma Mia syndrome.
Singing rhinos teach the evils of poaching
Singing rhinos teach the evils of poaching
Ricky and Rachel, rhinos in love, are torn apart by poachers in a new South African musical, African Adventure, which aims to dramatise...
'Rent' ends 12-year Broadway run
'Rent' ends 12-year Broadway run
Jeanne Hopkins flew all the way from California to line up to put her name in a lottery for a $20 ticket to see one of the last Broadway performances of the hit musical Rent, which closes on Sunday after 12 years....
Su-per-per trouper-pers
Su-per-per trouper-pers
When I was a high-minded youth, I despised Abba. They stood for all that was empty, formulaic and ridiculous about pop music (as opposed to...
'The world will miss her dancing'
'The world will miss her dancing'
Cyd Charisse, the long-legged beauty who danced with the Ballet Russe as a teenager and starred in MGM musicals with Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly,...
Singing for your supper
Singing for your supper
Johnny Depp sounded like Keith Richards in Pirates of the Caribbean. In Sweeney Todd he actually has to sing and the result is a...

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