Two middle-class suburban adults are in a park preparing for a big protest. One is a white woman and the other a black man. Who they are as man and woman and black and white, respectively, along with a myriad of other obstacles, make their protest movement useless. They are too stuck trying to figure out who is to lead or who is the more marginalized, where they are being directed to, why they are even there, and ultimately what their cause is.
Writer / Director: Loti Makoti
Performers: Oratile Ndimande and Lisa Tredoux
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Oratile Ndimande is an actor and budding writer from Tlhabane, Rustenburg (NW). His interest in acting, music and visual arts started in high school and has taken him to Cape Town, where he’s obtained pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Performance at the University of Cape Town. In his university career, he has starred in multiple student short films, including, Sophia Wolov’s “Swimming” for which he was awarded Best Performance in the UCT Shorties Festival 2018. As part of his graduating production, he performed in a restaging of Femi Osofisan’s “Women of Owu” directed by Mwenya Kabwe and Iman Isaacs of UCT’s CTDPS in the Flipside of the Baxter Theatre (2021)
Lisa Tredoux completed her studies in Theatre and Performance at the University of Cape Town in 2021. She graduated with honours in acting as well as being awarded the Bret Goldin Memorial Cup for her acting achievements. Lisa loves playing any number of characters ranging through comedy and drama. Most recently she performed in ISMISM at Theatre Arts and Women of Owu at the Baxter Theatre. Beyond her love for acting, Lisa writes and illustrates children’s books and has also qualified as a professional makeup artist for both beauty and special effects makeup. Her goal is to consistently produce work that she feels passionate about, to help nurture and grow the theatre space in South Africa and to enjoy each moment along the way.
Lotanang “loti” Makoti is an actor, writer, theatre maker and a general lover of performance and storytelling. He recently graduated at UCT and holds a diploma in theatre and performance. His keen interest in constantly finding new ways of telling stories and his undying passion for the craft has seen him through several creative processes for the stage in the capacities of writer, director, actor, or deviser of work. Loti also holds a Theatre and Performance certificate from the Market Theatre Laboratory.