Come and join us in the Jungle where cheeky baboons, wise elephants, ephemeral butterflies and wondering whales captivate children and youth with their tall tales of the little big things, that make planet earth so magical.
Journey with a princess and a dragon on top of a moon and learn about what really makes the world go round. Listen to the stories of dogs and unite with us in being the change, it’s in our nature!
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Jungle Theatre Company’s actress Cebisa Fubesi was part of The Baobab – an outdoor African eco-play – which won an Ovation Award at the National Arts Festival this July. The Baobab appeared as part of the Re-Imagining Programme at the Environmental Learning Research Centre (ELRC) as well as on the ASSITEJ Family Fare platform. A collaboration between Wellworn Theatre, Seka Theatre and Jungle Theatre, Cebisa travelled to Zambia, Limpopo and Joburg in the research and creation of the production. Cebisa Fubesi from Langa, Cape Town…….
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!Kai – A Little Death
Dale Palmer’s in bad shape. Lying, dying in his crashed and burned microlight, somewhere in the Karoo. Nevermind that he absconded, following the news of his girlfriend’s pregnancy. He finds himself dealing with his distant and recent past through visions and flashes of clarity, there is a remedy for everything except death.
Set in the real and dream landscape of the desert and the dying mind, !Kai – A Little Death uses the interplay of live acting, shadow puppetry, projections and masks.Starring Vincent Meyburgh. Puppetry by SHRiNKray Puppets, music by Jannous Aukema performed with Seyiso Qhola. Directed by Chris Bergmann. Catch this new production at the Cape Town Fringe Festival on the following dates: Thursday 25 September @ 10:00; Friday 26 September @ 4:30pm; Sunday 28 September @ 3:30pm; Monday 29 Sept @ 3:30pm + 7:30pm. Ticket price: R70 (general public) / R40 (schools). For bookings please contact one of the following: Call Centre: 0860 002 004; On-line bookings: www.capetownfringe.co.za; Email bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org; Fax bookings: 086 233 2122; Cape Town Fringe Hotline: 060 948 2706.
Jungle Theatre Company will be participating in the Muizenberg Festival (11 & 12 Oct 2014), a World Capital Design Project. Leading up to the Festival Jungle intends to facilitate a holiday programme for learners incorporating the communities of Muizenberg, Vrygrond and Lavender Hill.The multi disciplinary workshop programme will culminate in a performance and Carnival Parade celebrating the natural environment of Muizenberg. To find out more about Jungle’s and other Muizenberg Festival projects visit the festival’s website:
read more.. and for regular updates like their face book page: MuizenbergFestival2014. If you would like to support the Muizenberg Festival check out their Thundafund Campaign by visiting – www.thundafund.com/muizenbergfestival