South Africa’s theatrical landscape is a tapestry woven with tales of resilience, creativity and cultural diversity. From its earliest beginnings, theatre has been a powerful medium for storytelling, reflecting the country’s complex history and vibrant heritage.

The roots of theatre run deep, with a legacy that spans centuries. From the oral traditions of indigenous communities to the catalytic productions of the apartheid era, theatre has served as a mirror to society, challenging norms and igniting change.

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