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By unknown | Nov 04, 2008 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

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A South African Nativity is a new and exciting theatre production that is guaranteed to cultivate your interest in theatre.

It opens on November 15 at the Sibikwa Theatre in, Boksburg, for a season.

Directed by award-winning directors Phyllis Klotz and Small Ndaba, the story tackles the very challenging subject of humanity and poverty.

There were times in the olden days when any poor stranger could knock in your door and be welcomed.

That spirit of humanity has gone, maybe because of crime or because we no longer trust each other.

Klotz and Ndaba ask simple questions such as what would happen in South Africa today if poor, homeless people came knocking on your door, desperately looking for shelter.

Who would take them in? Who would welcome them? That is the story that you have to find out for yourself.

A South African Nativity interprets the story of the birth of Jesus in a local, modern setting.

This entertaining production is enhanced by music and song to make it appealing to and exciting for the audience.

There are funny elements that will make you laugh and make you enjoy the show even more.

The play is performed by Imbumba, Sibikwa's company of young, dynamic actors, who bring their multi-talented skills in acting, singing, marimba and African percussion to the play.

This production is suitable for all ages and all places.

This production can be presented in churches, schools, community centres and halls.

Tickets cost R20 for adults and R15 for children under the age of 12.


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