Azania

Nyathela Works in collaboration with Zeethulele

  • Ticket Price: R30.00
  • Duration: 40mins
  • Age Recommendation: All Ages
  • Genre: Theatre
  • Language: English and IsiZulu

An ex-soldier’s tale.  Having a hard time coming to terms with the loss of his beloved, he is distressed and borders between sanity and insanity. What aggravates him the most is that he is forced to move from his own land; it is not well with him, the current state of things. He feels robbed and unappreciated, especially after what he did for the country.

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PRODUCTION CREDITS

Written & performed by Thulani Masango
Director: Moses Moe Mashianoke
Videography & DOP: Kenneth Mgidi

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Thulani Masango
A young, vibrant and talented aspirant Actor, Singer, Songwriter, Composer, Arranger, Producer, Writer, brought to life multiple characters for industrial theatre teaching health and safety and wellness, played as Mcedisi as the chief Whip in Mpumelelo Grootboom’s “Protest” and as a lead character in Sibusiso Kwinana’s Tit for Tat, writer and performer on the theatre play Azania.

Moses Mashianoke
Moses Moe Mashianoke. Formerly known by the surname Muyela is a creative a multidisciplinary artist and curator who grew up in eMalahleni (Mpumalanga). He is sold out to the performing arts, even more so to work with the community in art projects especially development Moses starred in several theatre shows which includes “Not Yet Uhuru” that landed him the best actor award in the khanya arts festival, “The Letter from Hell” he was a nominee for the best actor “Eight O’clock” scooped him best actor award in the EMalahleni Arts festival, in-house production “Who to Trust” produced by Witbank civic theatre, “Aladida Hadeda” a children’s theatre play, “Kudela Owaziyo” schools Set-work “I refused to dance” which his work was interpreted into a play, as a dancer he was featured in dance piece “Piece of earth”, “Speaking to the Earth and the Sky” and other contemporary dance pieces. He written and directed his 1st 2hander play “Jazz and Fusion” which was performed in local community festivals, choreographed “I Refused to Dance” a solo dance piece which he himself 1st performed it at the Dance Umbrella, mentor directed a play ” The unusual Tombstone” also written, directed many industrial theatre plays to mention “Vikela Siyanqoba, Bewell , Khawuleza” the shows toured around the whole country. His career made him take part in local and international festivals, national arts festival (Grahamstown), Festival of fame, Zwakala, Out the Box puppet festival, Dance Umbrella, Intwasa Arts Festival the list goes on.