Ndim Lo!

akhonto tu eshotayo kum akukho apho endingaphelele khona ndithi iyhooo ndiyamthanda nje lo Mandisa  

The Final Five Months

Selah! I am returning to South Africa in five months. Wow! I've been in the United States for six years and I am yet to experience more of this country. It is so vast in scale and the depth of complexities are incredible. I am a foreigner and native. I am local yet outsider. I... Continue Reading →

Tshepang 

  This photo was taken during a performance of  Lara Foot's play, Tshepang in Monaco at the Mondial du Theatre. I played the role of Ruth alongside Steven Butler who played Simon. The poignant play about the violent rape of a nine-month-old baby was directed by Jan Cohen. This image is informed by Lara's text that poetically traces the destitute... Continue Reading →

Crush-hopper

The backstory to Crush-hopper. (2011)  Our reflection of history and our investigation of present struggles is intrinsic in shaping the national narrative. I believe that theatre narratives are a means to access the past and engage with the present, highlighting not a history but his/her stories entangled with the past and present. Crush-hopper is written... Continue Reading →

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