Cape Town Theatre Guide – 22 September 2017

Cape Town Theatre Guide – 22 September 2017

The Wizard of Oz Musical

The Cape Town Gilbert and Sullivan Society stages its 102nd production, The Wizard of Oz, at the Artscape Opera House. The Wizard of Oz focuses on a young Dorothy Gale dreaming of a perfect life over the rainbow. One day a twister engulfs her farm and carries her away to another world. This stage adaptation includes all the beloved songs from the classic 1939 movie musical, including Munchkin land, We’re Off to See The Wizard, Over the Rainbow and more.

16 September to 8 October

R150 – R370

Artscape Opera House, D.F Malan St, Foreshore, Cape Town

021 410 9800

 

Jonga (Looking) at Artscape

The Artscape Theatre presents Jonga (Looking in Xhosa), a contemporary dance production by young dancers from the Netherlands and South Africa. Jonga is created by South African dancer/choreographer Elvis Sibeko together with the Dutch brothers Thomas and Erik Bos (from the urban collective 155), in co-operation with other dancers Aviwe November and Rein Luuring.

22 to 23 September

R100

Artscape Theatre, Artscape Theatre Centre, D.F. Malan St, Foreshore, Cape

021 410 9800

 

Artscape’s Heritage Festival

Artscape marks Heritage Month by honouring South Africa’s cultural traditions in the wider context of the great diversity of cultures, beliefs and traditions of the country. The 2017 festival takes audiences on a journey of indigenous, contemporary and international artistic works in dance, music and jazz.

21 to 30 September

Artscape Theatre Centre, 1-10 D.F. Malan St, Foreshore, Cape Town

021 421 7839

 

Road Trip with Dizu Plaatjies

The Artscape Theatre presents a “road trip” from Cape Town to Homelands Emampondweni and back by their Artist in Residence, Dizu Plaatjies as part of their Heritage month celebration. The road trip features artists with whom Plaatjies has worked with through the years, such as Madosini and Pops Mohamed, to showcase the past and present work of his musical journey.

24 September, 3PM

R150

Artscape Theatre, D.F. Malan St, Foreshore, Cape Town

021 421 7839

 

The Fall at Baxter Theatre

The Fall returns to the Baxter stage for a short season following its resounding success at the prestigious Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. When the statue of Cecil John Rhodes was dismantled at the University of Cape Town, seven postgraduates wrote this searing, insightful play about race, class, gender, sexism, colonialism and ideologies of patriarchy.

Until 21 September

R130 – R150

Baxter Golden Arrow Studio, Baxter Theatre Centre, Main Rd, Rondebosch, Cape Town

021 685 7880

 

Exclusive Audience with Evita Bezuidenhout

The Mount Nelson Hotel hosts an Exclusive Audience with Evita Bezuidenhout, an evening of humorous entertainment accompanied by a three course menu. Delicate canapés and a glass of Boschendal set the scene for the arrival of one of “South Africa’s most beloved icons”. Evita Bezuidenhout is now the most famous woman in Luthuli House, looking for reconciliation and keeping an eye on the fragile ball of democracy. Bezuidenhout finds the optimism in the local mists of state capture, corruption, apathy and fear.

Until 24 September, 5PM to 9PM

R695

Ballroom, Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel, 76 Orange St, Gardens, Cape Town

021 483 1948