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My Name is Rachel Corrie

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My Name is Rachel Corrie

28 Oct 2014 - 23 Nov 2014

The Market Theatre presents a Hearts & Eyes production of My Name is Rachel Corrie Hearts and Eyes Theatre Collective has forged its reputation with staging human stories: the real and the personal in pursuit of truth and understanding. My Name is Rachel Corrie is such a work. This production premiered at with a sold-out run at The National Arts Festival in Grahamstown last year, followed by a season at The Baxter Theatre where it was received with critical and box office acclaim. At the Fleur du Cap awards, Kate Liquorish was nominated three times, once for her supporting role in The Mis...

THE LAST ANNIVERSARY

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THE LAST ANNIVERSARY

30 Oct 2014 - 02 Nov 2014

THE LAST ANNIVERSARY tells the story of the tribulations of an African traveller in a European airport. Whilst a suspended traveller, his emotional memory takes him back to moments in a ‘slavery past’ which are excerpts from the Meyerowitz/Hughes opera. Over that last two years the HOPES & MEMORIES project has been ongoing between performing arts groups in South Africa, France, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary co-funded by the European Union and the respective partners. After much experimentation and discovery by the partners in residencies throughout the 5 countries a new wo...

Ketekang

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Ketekang

12 Nov 2014 - 14 Dec 2014

The Market Theatre and the U. S. Embassy present Ketekang Devised and directed by James Ngcobo 12 November – 14 December 2014 The Market Theatre unveils a brand new musical production featuring Nokukhanya Dlamini, Aubrey Poo and an array of talented musicians and dancers, to close the year with a sensational bang. Ketekang is a celebration that combines song, spoken word, theatre and dance with sentiments that unite the American and South African cultures and build new bonds between the two countries.  The piece salutes all those who endured the years when people were artificial...