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BAD GIRLS DO GO TO HEAVEN? (article first published : 2007-04-5)

The Playhouse Company in association with Dingaling Productions presents Bad Girls Do Go To Heaven?.

Written and directed by Yugan Naidoo, this play celebrates the spirit and energy of every "bad girl". It re-defines the traditional notion of a "bad girl" - "bad girls" are not bad. "Bad Girls" are great women who know their power to be sensual, sexy, evocative, charming, mischievous, and intelligent. They are women who sparkle with joie de vivre.

Bad Girls Do Go To Heaven? features an all-girl cast of four young, dynamic and talented actresses who are sensual, sassy and sexy - just what every bad girl wants to be!

Starring Kajal Maharaj, Ilasha Ramaloo, Samantha Govender and Upsana Beharie, the play depicts a romp at a bridal shower. It explores the issues of sex, pre-marital sex, live-in relationships, contraception and marriage that modern women are challenged with when they embrace their femininity, sensuality, a changed social life and their economic freedoms. All this happens when they make that transition from being the traditional "good girl" into the modern "bad girl."

The rhythm of "Bad Girls" touches every facet of a woman's life. It is real women on stage reaching out to real women in the audience… where every woman will sit up and say: "That's so true… I am a Bad Girl!" The play begs the question of whether Bad Girls also go to heaven, and it provides much of the information for the audience to make up their own minds. It is a play that must be watched by every girl, and by every boy who has ever wondered what mischief girls get up to.

Performances at 19h30 from April 11 to 15 with matinees on April 14 and 15 at 15h00.

Tickets R80, R60 and R45 (for block bookings of 50 tickets or more) booked on 031 369 9540/ 9596/ 9555 or through any Computicket outlet.




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