The life of Phindile, a Tshwane University of Technology student and leader of the Fees Must Fall movement, takes a sharp turn after student protests at the Union Buildings in Pretoria. Nothing will stop her to fight for the freedom of students and her own.
When a city girl named Puleng (played by Standing Ovation Award Winner Segametsi Gaobepe) is haunted by an ancestral calling, she is caught between continuing living the city life and heeding the call. the story introspects and traces how “BLACK, WOKE YOUNG WOMEN” are facing an identity crisis in an attempt to revive the confidence of these women in a harsh environment …
Best Musical Production Naledi Theatre Award winner, Angola CAMP: 13 is a story of a generation of committed cadres who set themselves an ambition of envisioning a society that is free from kinds of slavery and oppression. At the height of apartheid in SA, Majoro, Kgotso, John and Makinta, with a generation of their time flee the country to join the arms struggle in Angola. Their mission is to attain freedom.
A forty-strong award-winning cast led by the formidable Meshack “Mimi” Mavuso, Aubrey Poo, Emma Mmekwa, Siyasanga Papu and Mpho “Mckenzie” Matome unleash a blow-by-blow account of the events that led to the loss of 44 lives at the hands of the police and the miners. Marikana – The Musical goes back to the villages and townships where they came from and gives faces and names to the fallen brothers, sons, fathers, and uncles.