PlayRiot: The State of SA Theatre

Last week, in partnership with British Council Connect ZA and the Play Riot collective, we hosted a round table discussion with theatre practitioners to take a very frank look at the state of theatre in the country.

Here’s a wrap of the discussion:

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Second session_17

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Second session_24

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