“We are there for we exist.................
When you read this, what was the first thing that came to mind?
Is not a story but is pieces of picture a fragmented puzzle. Is not about gender, but two individuals within their society
One puzzle is about fitting in within the society, while other been victims (fashion and material)
Shift is a dance performance that will explore issues of sexuality, masculinity, stereotypes and negative perceptions endured by sports women in South Africa.
In doing so, the dance will commemorate the life of sports women more especially, the women who have managed to stand up against the patriarchal status quo that exists within our societies. Women who have managed to rise against the inequalities and discrimination that exist against women who are seen as different.
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