Conrad Koch & Chester Missing
Comedian and ventriloquist Conrad Koch tags along his mystical friend, Chester Missing, who happens to be a puppet in their comedy debut Baggage. Touching on multiple topics the two discuss Conrad Koch’s debacles and Chester Missing cannot help but to find humor in his master’s problems. This performance was a great way to find out about Conrad Koch’s baggage.
Namaste Bae: Blessings and Kombucha
Rob van Vuuren
Actor and comedian Rob van Vuuren gives us an insight into his life as seeks greener pastures and a better version of himself in Namaste Bae: Blessings and Kombucha. In the process of finding himself , Rob van Vuuren also invited his audience into a moment of healing and restoration.
Azania Was My Woman
A troubled soldier finds it hard to come to terms with the loss of his loved one in the theatre performance Azania Was My Woman. Having to immigrate from his indigenous land, the soldier faces a moment of affliction and betrayal as he gave his heart and soul in serving this country. A sad and mentally frustrating moment for this soldier in mourning and the best way to portray is through performing.
Creative Arts Department Unizulu
Having to choose between comfort and safety, a lady leaves her luxurious home filled with constant abuse and finds peace by residing at a bus stop. The theatre performance, Faces, by the Creative Arts Department Unizulu told a story of a lady who had the courage to escape the depths of abuse from her father even if it meant having to lose all the materialistic benefits that came with the abuse.
The Hymns Of A Sparrow
Having to protect his beautiful garden, a man is forced to confront cattle owners about their cattle who cannot stop picking from his garden. In the drama theatre The Hymns Of A Sparrow, an old man who is fond of his garden is challenged with letting go of his most precious memories.
The Stories We See
In the spoken word theatre production, The Stories We See, we are exposed to communication that has no limitations. This production uses sound and objects to share communication techniques for the visually impaired. A great performance advocating for inclusivity amongst the disabled.
Dear Tata, What Makes A Man
Sonwa Sakuba Institute For The Performing Arts
Exploring the journey of manhood, Dear Tata, What Makes A Man is the story of a black young man and the relationship he has with his father. Through music and dance, we see how a man seeks to liberate himself from societal standards and expectations of being a black man. Identity, self worth and sexual liberation is explored in this performance.