Theatre: Thembi Mtshali-Jones inspires!

By philip
28 September 2013

In the Mail & Guardian’s ‘This week’s top 10:  Thembi Mtshali-Jones returns to the Baxter stage with a solo tour de force,  A Woman in Waiting, directed by Yael Farber.

The opening night audience stood as one and applauded this extraordinary performance. Thembi Mtshali-Jones takes you on a journey that is brilliantly evocative and manages to distil a truth that both engages and inspires.

It is a powerful biographical journey into the dark heart of what life was like for women in apartheid South Africa.

Using narrative, lullabies, chanting, haunting images and powerful song, it speaks for South African women who have endured life in the shadow of apartheid’s brutal grip and held themselves and their families together against unimaginable odds.

Do not miss!

WHEN & WHERE: A Woman in Waiting, Baxter Golden Arrow Studio, opens on 26 September and runs until 12 October at 8.15pm nightly and the matinee on 28 September is at 2pm.

TICKETS:  from R100 to R150 (and R100 for the Baxter Monday special which includes a meal with the performance). Booking through Computicket or 0861 915 8000or at any Shoprite Checkers outlet.
For discounted group block or school bookings, fundraisers or charities contact Sharon Ward on 021 680 3962 or email sharon.ward@uct.ac.za or Carmen Kearns on 021 680 3993 or email carmen.kearns@uct.ac.za.