Cape Town Theatre Guide – 28Oct

A Steady Rain

Brent Palmer (The Kingmakers) and Nicholas Pauling (Clybourne Park) star in this black tale of two Chicago police officers whose inner need to serve and protect both consumes and rips them apart. Directed by Adrian Collins (Hamlet). Pauling and Collins were both nominated for Fleur du Cap awards this year, for Best Actor and Best New Director respectively.

Until 29 October

R130 – R150

Fugard Theatre, Corner Harrington & Caledon Street, Cape Town

Tel: (021) 461 4554

 

An Evening with Evita Bezuidenhout

Pieter-Dirk Uys’ most famous alter-ego has now been in the public domain for 35 years. Recognised as ‘the most famous white woman in South Africa’,  Tannie Evita is renowned for biting political satire disguised as housewifely advice.  Here she once again shines her spotlight on current affairs.

1,2 & 6 November

R150

Artscape Theatre

Tel: (021) 421 7839

 

Naked Girls Reading presents Seven Deadly Sins

Audiences are bewitched by Charlie French, Jezzy Belle, Lyricnotic and Scar-lit Hearts as they share readings that explore the Seven Deadly Sins and the wickedness of the human heart.

3 & 4 November @ 9pm

R130 – R160

Alexander Upstairs Theatre, 76 Strand Street, Cape Town

Tel: (021) 300 1088

 

The Fall

They share their personal stories and experiences of this groundbreaking period. It is an extremely powerful body of work, which is informative, enlightening and healing.

Until 29 October

R60 – R150

Baxter Theatre, Main Road, Rondebosch

Tel: (021) 685 7880

 

Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat

Director Paul Warwick Griffin presents the award-winning musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, including popular songs ‘Any Dream Will Do’ and ‘Close Every Door’. Featuring Earl Gregory, Bianca Le Grange and Jonathan Roxmouth.

Until 5 November

R125 – R350

Theatre on the Bay, Camps Bay, Link Road, Camps Bay

Tel: (021) 438 3301