Prelude in 5·4
Nine theatre-makers’ adaptation of nine African short stories in their attempt to explore the manifold experiences of becoming in contemporary Africa
The 4th year Acting Studio presents their first production for the 2017 season: Steven Berkoff’s Agamemnon. Adapted from Aeschylus’ great tragedy, Berkoff’s version of Agamemnon is about revenge, heat and battle, fatigue, the marathon, the obscenity...
UCT Open Day 2017
What is Open Day? The Faculty of Humanities hosts an annual Open Day aimed at high school students in Grades 10, 11 and 12, their families, teachers and guidance counsellors. This event is ideal for school-going learners and their parents to...
All of it, Everything, Now, Together
Elaborating on his method of collage, Francesco Nassimbeni weaves drama, design, music and poetry to produce pieces that have been variously described as ‘tone poems’, ‘visual music’ and ‘theatrical mood-boards’.
MA in Dramaturgy 2017
A Masters Degree unlike any other: 1 semester coursework in Amsterdam. 1 semester coursework in Cape Town. An internship with a professional performing arts organisation. A dissertation under combined supervision.


Monday, 24 April 2017
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
Young creators are waiting in the wings

Tracy Saunders gives our P4 Theatre Makers a wonderful review in the Cape Times: "There is no shortage of good directors and theatre-makers in Cape Town and it is encouraging that there is a quality cohort of creative youngsters waiting in the wings. Last week the fourth year UCT theatre students showcased their directing talents with extracts from a wide range of work."

Publication Date:
Friday, September 4, 2015 - 21:45
Fresh From Fest

This year the Drama Department’s student-run theatre festival, Fresh from Fest, played host to five Western Cape institutions which returned from the Grahamstown National Arts Festival as part of the Student Theatre or Schools’ Festival.

Publication Date:
Tuesday, August 11, 2015 - 09:30
Don’t Shoot the Harbinger

Sand. Sand. Sand. It’s everywhere. It wasn’t resources running out, or atomic war, or flood, or zombies. It’s sand. People are living in it; not many people, and is it really what you’d call living? Four women. They’re alone. They’re angry. They’re frightened. They can’t get the goddamn sand out of their ears. 

Publication Date:
Friday, July 10, 2015 - 12:15