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A picture in black and white: Shakespeare's Othello at Maynardville

This year's showing by Artscape at the Maynardville Open-Air Theatre is The Tragedy of Othello: The Moor of Venice.

By John Cooper 22 Jan 2015 10:23

Strong cast brings Othello to life

A starlit sky, a dimly lit forest background and a graceful stage setting effectively set the mood for Maynardville's memorable production of Othello, The Moor Of Venice...

By Frances Aron 21 Jan 2015 09:33

Othello to open at Maynardville

Artscape's 2015 Shakespeare production at Maynardville Open-Air Theatre will be the tragedy, Othello, which is still as gripping today as it was when it was written 400 years ago.

12 Jan 2015 10:54

John: a dignified and significant masterwork

If there's one theatrical experience that will change your life, it's DV8 Physical Theatre's spellbinding John. It is not only one of the most provocative and fearless explorations of male sexuality, but dares to state what needs to be said about the human condition...

By Daniel Dercksen 5 Jan 2015 13:24

Stunning Bar None seduces the senses

Everyone is more than welcome at Bar None, an enchanting musical romance that will put a smile on your face and a song in your heart at the fabulous New Kalk Bay Theatre.

By Daniel Dercksen 19 Dec 2014 10:06

Singing in the Rhyn

Brendan van Rhyn, current star of The Rocky Horror Show, chats about doing the time warp over and over again.

By Eugene Yiga 11 Dec 2014 09:46

The Coloured Chameleon - it's about community

Desiré Davids and the Eoan Group Theatre Company present The Coloured Chameleon from 3 to 5 December at the Joseph Stone Theatre in Athlone.

By Debbie Hathway 2 Dec 2014 09:42

Bizet's Carmen wows opera lovers on the big screen

Richard Eyre's mesmerising production of Bizet's steamy melodrama Carmen is wowing opera lovers at Cinema Nouveau as the third production in the new season of The Met: Live in HD.

By Daniel Dercksen 1 Dec 2014 12:04

Reaching for the stars

Audiences have come to expect only the best from the Cape Dance Company (CDC), the Tokai-based inspiration behind world-class performances in the neoclassical genre by dancers who can hold their own on international stages. They seldom disappoint and their 20th-anniversary season of Blue, now on at Artscape Theatre in Cape Town, is no exception.

By Debbie Hathway 1 Dec 2014 10:35

Eat, play, love

If you love a good dinner and you love a good show, two top South African productions will let you enjoy both at the same time!

By Eugene Yiga 27 Nov 2014 12:45

Cape Town City Ballet Awards winners announced

The winners of the Cape Town City Ballet Awards 2014 were recently announced at the Artscape Opera House. The awards ceremony followed the final performance of the company's latest production, Gala Occasion.

26 Nov 2014 09:30

Cock & Bull Story packs all the right punches

Macho bravura and male bonding clash head-on in the provocative Cock & Bull Story, which enjoys its second round at the Alexander Upstairs Theatre on 2, 3 and 4 December at 9pm.

By Daniel Dercksen 25 Nov 2014 10:17

Madness erupts at Alexander Upstairs Theatre

It's a mad, mad world at the intimate Alexander Upstairs Theatre with The Open Couple at war, schizophrenia unmasked in Smaarties, and reality and fantasy clashing head-on in Something Outrageous.

By Daniel Dercksen 18 Nov 2014 11:35

Nostalgic Return of the Ancestors

If you're looking to shrug off the discontents of winter and enjoy a good laugh at the foibles of humanity as revealed through the ironies of our national political farce, Mike van Graan's Return of the Ancestors may be for you.

By Hugh Shankland 11 Nov 2014 13:40

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