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MUSHO (article first published : 2005-12-4)

One & Two Person Theatre festival for Catalina Theatre & Kwasuka Theatre in January.

Musho – isiZulu for “Bravo!” - is the first Durban International One Person and Two Person theatre festival. Hosted by PANSA KZN (Performing Arts Network of SA), it will be held jointly at the Kwasuka and Catalina theatres.

Musho festival is open to all true and accepted forms of theatre – from mime to physical theatre, drama to musical theatre. It pays tribute to the smaller works featuring one and two performers.

Up to eight different productions are anticipated – some locally sourced from throughout KZN, some from throughout South Africa and even some pieces from abroad which will be hosted by various embassies and consulates. Musho will showcase the most innovative, interesting, articulate, sophisticated and cutting edge theatre available currently and will be a feast of contemporary and acclaimed works.

The line-up offers an excellent range of titles and playwrights: Ntando Cele’s Faces For Africa; Graham Clarke’s The Devil and Billy Markham; Neil Coppen’s Peter & Wendy; Greig Coetzee’s Johnny Boskak; Belinda Henwood’s Lush; Bryan Hiles’ Grand Pa Grumps and The Magical Junk Shop; Karen Jeynes’ Backward In High Heels; Marc Kay’s Pope Chronicles; Liam Magner’s Fiction; Bheki Mkhwane’s Born Thru The Nose; Hans Pienaar’s 3 Dozen Roses; Jerry Pooe’s Wall; Mathew Ribnick’s Hoot; Iain Robinson’s One Mind, One Mouth, One Mic; Kamsilla Naidu’s Cookie in the Kitchen; Gustave Borreman’s (Holland) Colour Me Evil and Gcina Mhlope Untitled.

More information from the Catalina Theatre on 031 305 6889 or PANSA office on pansakzn@polka.co.za




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