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"TAAC to me is like reading an old comic book. It is read by a lot of people but feels like it was made just for you."
PLEASE NOTE: to all users and friends of the Theatre Arts Admin Collective - Caroline Calburn has taken partial leave until January 2018. She will be in the office on Fridays for anyone who wants to meet with her. Appointments can be made via whatsapp on 082 752 1376.
21st September - 8th October
THE CAPE TOWN FRINGE
Theatre Arts Admin is hosting 15 productions as part of the Cape Town Fringe. A wonderfully diverse programme of work that includes:
Tswalo - written and performed by Billy Langa and directed by Mahlatsi Mokgonyana
Kasi Stories - directed by Benjamin Bell (a Drama for Life production)
Power of Lightness - created and performed by Tossie Van Tonder
Split - performed by Julia de Rosenwerth and directed by Adriana jamisse
The Blue Period of Milton van der Spuy - written by Greig Coetzee and directed by Peter Mitchell
J Bobs Live - Off The Record - a game show hosted by Jefferson Tshabalala
Bayephi - directed by Thembela Madliki - winner of the NAF2017 Standard Bank Silver Ovation Award
The Alchemy of Words - created and directed by Naomi van Niekerk
Confessions - directed by Mandla Mapunjekelwa and choreographed by Luke Buys - winner of the AKOF 17 festival
Rock to the Core - directed and choreographed by Mamela Nyamza
The Playroom - written and directed by Thandolwethu Mzembe - winner of the Market Theatre Laboratory Zwakala Festival 2013
Full Cape Town Fringe programme here.
10 - 12th October @ 6pm
LIVE ARKIVE is an exchange between independent performance artists based in Cape Town and Windhoek, taking place in both cities during October 2017. The project seeks to explore what is invisible in the archive, playing with different forms of documentation and liveness through interdisciplinary practices. Sound, performance and the printed word unravel and reveal an imagined past and invented future.
The project is conceptualized and performed by Ndinomholo Ndilula and Lavinia Kapewasha (Namibia) and Coila-Leah Enderstein and Nicola van Straaten (South Africa) in partnership with the National Art Gallery of Namibia and Any Body Zine. LIVE ARKIVE is supported by an ANT Funding Grant from Pro Helvetia Johannesburg financed by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), as well as by the Goethe Institut Namibia and the John Muafangejo Art Centre in Windhoek.