"Langalibalele – the scorching sun" by Neil McCarthy
This multi-lingual performance tells the story of the intriguing AmaHlubi King who had powers over the weather and was highly renowned and sought after as a rainmaker. He commanded a large and wide spread AmaHlubi group of clans, kept sovereignty...
"Portret" by Philip Rademeyer
“Ons is altyd vasgevang in menswees…ons voete in die modder…ons enkels toegeslyk.” What does it mean to be human? Is it having capacity to love? To die? And when our lives are negotiated through screens and pixels, through avatars and social media...
Open Day 2016
UCT Open Day - 16 April 2016
"Railroad Angels"
For the second year in a row, the UCT Drama Department is thrilled to host internationally renowned director, Tober Reilly as he directs our senior actors in an original musical "Railroad Angels".
"All’s Well That Ends Well" in rehearsal
Rehearsals have begun in earnest..... the countdown begins......."All’s Well That Ends Well" opens 31 March.


Wednesday, 4 May 2016

After the success of 2015’s Barney Simon Season, the UCT Drama Department will once again curate a season of plays from South Africa. The New Works Season sees senior students from the department take on two never-before-seen works by South African playwrights. The initiative responds to an ongoing need for new plays that reflect the current state of South Africa and use indigenous lenses to interpret and represent our world. New Works provides an opportunity to experience fresh new plays and for young actors to take on the challenge of interpreting new writing for contemporary audiences.

Publication Date:
Thursday, April 28, 2016 - 09:30

The UCT Drama Department is thrilled to host Tober Reilly for the second year in a row as he directs our 4th Year actors in an original musical production "Railroad Angels"

Publication Date:
Monday, February 29, 2016 - 22:00

The Drama Department’s collaboration with SA TB Vaccination Initiative (SATVI) and The Mothertongue Project is well under way. The first performances of taxi theatre in the Worcester area have started. This phase of the project is to provide provocative skits to people on taxis and at transport hubs, exploring the science of TB. 

Publication Date:
Monday, October 19, 2015 - 16:30
Amy Jephta  - Photo: Mariana Malan

SUIDOOSTERFEES-KOMPETISIE.  Amy Jephta wen prys vir nuwe dramateks.

Bedrewe toneelskrywer fokus op Vlakte.

Deur Mariana Malan, Woensdag 07 Oktober 2015 

Source: Netwerk24 

Publication Date:
Thursday, October 8, 2015 - 10:15