Dance Drama Merger
In 2018 the Department of Drama and the School of Dance will merge into one entity focusing on the study of performance in general with specialisations in Theatre and Dance. All students applying to study either Theatre or Dance at UCT from 2018...
Almost forty years after being falsely imprisoned, a man summons a Bishop for a confession that involves the events of their shared past. What unfolds is a story of love, revenge and enlightenment that is re-enacted by the man's fellow inmates and...
Created and performed by a cast of multi-talented graduating students from UCT Drama department, this hybrid aesthetic production is an effort to collect the disjointed pieces of the factual record and to creatively use our imaginations and dreams...
Bands of Women
Bands of Women is a futurist, feminist, comic-book fantasy; an odyssey that starts with a dystopian scenario in which contemporary fears materialize in the desertification of the south, northern floods with rising seas, exacerbated by incessant...
Womb of Fire
Womb of Fire is the starting point for an examination of the performing female body as the site of disruption where the body itself challenges the borders and boundaries of the body politic.


Thursday, 19 October 2017
Theatre in Education 2017

Drama students started their tours of schools and communities on 18 September at Zonnebloem NEST school. Extraordinary and specifically-made theatre pieces will travel to schools in Khayelitsha, Belhar, Claremont, District 6, and Lansdowne. Also featuring prominently will be performances reminiscing with older people in senior homes and  an inclusive theatre piece with the Oasis Foundation.

Publication Date:
Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - 14:00

Iyazika ... it's sinking, is an exploration of intergenerational memory, trauma and loss based on individual and collective wounds. It is an attempt to focus on those left behind when the men on the SS Mendi departed South Africa on the 21st February 1917 to fight in the Great War.

Publication Date:
Friday, June 9, 2017 - 11:00
Bands of Women

Far in the future, in a city where multiple groups of male militia roam and fight for territory, women band together for protection and safety in defunct basements and underground garages previously home to glittering sports cars. Technology has collapsed and except for a few privileged and secret spots cellular networks and cyber space have ceased to operate. It is a long time since fresh food was seen and contraband markets flourish.

Publication Date:
Thursday, June 1, 2017 - 16:00

A passionate and engrossing masterpiece by Canada’s award-winning playwright, Lilies employs the simple and singular elements of live theatre to tell a romantic and moving story of love, lies and innocence lost.

Publication Date:
Thursday, June 1, 2017 - 14:15