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MUSHO CLOSING PARTY (article first published : 2008-01-13)

As the culmination of the third successful Musho! International Theatre Festival, the Performing Arts Network of SA (PANSA) is hosting on a Festival Closing Cabaret Party at Wilson’s Wharf this Sunday January 13 from 19h30.

As a suitably festive end to this astonishingly successful festival of international and national one and two person productions, Emma Durden, Treasurer of PANSA KZN and Musho! Festival Co-ordinator, has assembled Durban’s well-known actors and theatre personalities to dazzle patrons, participants of the Musho Festival and visitors to the Wharf with a special one-off variety-concert style cabaret.

Tebogho Hlahane AKA “T-Bone” will compere the evening.

The list of performers who will share the spotlight will be theatre luminaries including Lisa Bobbert, the Family Players, the Neon Anthems, Darren King, Lyle Buxton (from Guys and Dolls); Mpume Zondi and Lauren Laing and Clive Gumede and a number of other talented actors that will make an appearance on the stage that will be located by the restaurant Zacks.

At the function, the Musho! audience selection awards will be handed out, and the annual Sulliman family award

A hat will be passed around during the course of the evening for donations for the Performing Arts Network of South Africa – the performing arts industry’s volunteer umbrella, lobbying and civic organisation.

The Musho! International Theatre Festival Closing Cabaret party is on the deck at Wilson’s Wharf on January 13. Entry is free and all are welcome.

The festival is presented by PANSA in association with Africalia. PANSA is grateful for additional support from the Ethekwini Municipality, The Royal Netherlands Embassy, the Embassy of Israel, Tararam and the KZN Department of Arts and Culture.




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