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Cincinatti

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Cincinatti

19 Aug 2015 - 13 Sep 2015

Conceived by Barney Simon and the Original Cast of 1979,Cincinatti, was created through the personal realities and experiences of the cast, it is refreshingly honest in the way it explores issues of race, governing law and relationships! This classic theatre play takes the audience back to a time and place where laws were unfair, where injustice was the ruler and people were intolerant due to a lack of knowledge of other’s beliefs, religions and cultures. What makes the play such a timeless classic is the fact that it has strong universal messages and themes that will make it relevant for lo...

ANIMAL FARM

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ANIMAL FARM

26 Aug 2015 - 06 Sep 2015

Two Naledi Awards for Animal Farm - Production scheduled at the Market Theatre 26 August to 6 September Johannesburg, South Africa – In association with the Market Theatre, Nobulali Productions will stage George Orwell’s timeless classic novel Animal Farm; adapted to stage by multiple award - winning writer, designer and director Neil Coppen. The production recently scooped two of the four nominations it received for the Naledi Awards. Initially adapted for schools production, the show has been seen by more than 5000 learners in Gauteng and Kwazulu Natal since its run in 2014. In accepti...

Undone/ONT

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Undone/ONT

03 Sep 2015 - 20 Sep 2015

The Market Theatre and Windybrow Theatre present an ARTSCAPE production of UNDONE/ONT- Written, Directed and Performed by Wessel Pretorius The Market Theatre is about to delight audiences in two different languages by delivering a powerful play in English and Afrikaans on alternative days. The move into dual-language productions builds on the theatre’s commitment to serve to diverse audiences and to build new audiences through its innovative efforts. Undone/Ont- will be performed in English: Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Afrikaans: Wednesdays and Thursdays. It’s the tale of a po...