Life is a shroud under which a myriad of attributes thrive. For tangible probing mankind is grounded on fortitude. Religion, culture and symbolism form part of a philosophical platform from which both good and bad draw some sense of hope. The GOAL is light.
KGANYA is developed from making reference to beliefs and divine approaches that are functional to humanity’s existence. Although the work is stimulated by the Four Synoptic Gospels it is neither about the four gospels nor the teachings about the kingdom of God.
KGANYA narrative will be portrayed by four female performers including the choreographer Lulu Mlangeni. The use of spoken text to amplify the storyline will give context on religion; culture and symbolism.
KGANYA speaks about being hopeful and touches on compassion, forgiveness, hypocrisy, immortality, truth, love, sacrifice, betrayal, different languages and ways of communication. The assumption is that life is about staying alive and making it through by surviving in a world of scarcity and peril.