Wednesday, 16 March 2011 18:24

Question Mark

“We are there for we exist.................

When you read this, what was the first thing that came to mind?

Published in Dance Umbrella 2011
Wednesday, 09 February 2011 14:01

I Think It's Hamlet...

This newest creation by the acclaimed Forgotten Angle Theatre Collaborative under the directorship of award winning choreographer PJ Sabbagha features a company of 10 dancers including the riveting Dada Masilo, Lulu Mlangeni, Ivan Teme, Songezo Mcillizeli and Nicholas Aphane.

The Forgotten Angle Theatre Collaborative is funded by The National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund and The National Arts Council

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Published in Dance Umbrella 2011

Dance Umbrella 2011 will be presented by the Dance Forum in association with the National Arts Council, Goethe-Institut South Africa, Rand Merchant Bank and Business and Arts South Africa (BASA) from February 24 to March 6 2011. Venues this year include the Wits Theatre complex in Braamfontein, the UJ Arts Centre in Auckland Park, Goethe on Main, inner city Joburg and the Dance Factory in Newtown.

Published in Festival Info 2011

Other Highlights

  • Fringe Programme: Saturday, February 26 from 14:00 @ The Wits Theatre: A programme of new works from young up and coming professional choreographers that will give you a view into the future!!
  • Stepping Stones a wonderful celebration of the wide diversity of South African dance!! Sunday, February 27 from 10:00 at the Wits Theatre.
  • Site Specific work by Alan Parker called Retrospective: Altered Daily: you will feel his presence all over the Dance Umbrella!!
  • Dance Writers Workshop: In partnership with the Goethe-Institut South Africa, a workshop for dance writers will be facilitated by Zingi Mkefa. Dance articles by the participants and other selected journalists will be written for The Citizen CitiVibe for the special Dance Umbrella 2011 editions!
  • Master Classes: a series of master classes facilitated by internationally renowned teacher/dancers, will take place during the Dance Umbrella: watch the press for more information!
  • DO WE NEED COCA COLA TO DANCE: A documentary about contemporary dance in Africa!! The Dance Factory: Sunday, February 27 @ 15:00. Created and produced by Qudus Onikeku from Nigeria.
  • Celebrating the life of Pina Bausch: A series of films about the legendary German choreographer Pina Bausch will be shown in partnership with the Goethe- Institut South Africa. Watch press for details!

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