What happens when poets from SA, Namibia, Canada and Belgium are challenged to share a stage with musical genius Lerato Lichaba?
“Writing is a process of erecting isibaya of mirrors. You are confined in the chaos of the many reflections of yourself and it is wild! Bedlam In Bedlam exposes the craze of seeing yourself.”- Wazi M Kunene
Recently, Kaya FM host, Kojo Baffoe, called on Ismail Mahomed & Napo Masheane to speak about where SA theatre is at now.
Tswalo is a tale told through lyrical prose, poetry and physical storytelling entwined to interrogate the rules that govern life on Earth.
Hiding the ugly paints an untrue picture so it was a challenge to ourselves to see if we can really be strippers and honest and tell the whole story.
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.
Metropolar sprung into the minds of poet, Modise Sekgothe and visual artist, Jotam Schoeman, after the pair encountered both the shocking realities and surprising joys of living in the contrasting inner city.