Theatre:  “Ubuntu” (The Cape Town Project)

April 2012 | British Columbia

Theatrefront (Toronto) and Western Canada Theatre present “Ubuntu” (The Cape Town Project)

This is a Canadian/South African collaborative theatre project that started at the Baxter Theatre Centre in 2007 and now comes to the west coast. Acclaimed South African actors Mbulelo Grootboom (UCT alum) and Andile Nebulane have been with the project since its inception.

Theatrefront (Toronto) and Western Canada Theatre present “Ubuntu” (The Cape Town Project).

This is a collaborative theatre project that started at the Baxter Theatre Centre in 2007. It had a successful run in Cape Town, came to Toronto, and Halifax in 2009 and now comes to the west coast. Acclaimed South African actors Mbulelo Grootboom (UCT alum) and Andile Nebulane have been with the project since its inception. The production centres on an experience we have all had in changing countries and trying to adapt to our new environment. In true South African style the production is physical and traditional. It is presently on stage in Calgary until Saturday, and then from March it takes to the stage in BC. After a successful season in Calgary and northern BC, it opens at the Firehall Theatre Centre in Vancouver on 12st April 2012. I would highly recommend this production.

The producers have offered a special discount to UCT alumni, call the boxoffice t 604 689 0926, and state you are a UCT alumnus to receive your discount, or inform the boxoffice when you buy your tickets on the evening that you are from UCT to qualify for the discount..

Read more at : http://www.ticketstonight.ca/includes/events/index.cfm?action=displayDetail&eventid=3853.

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