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Tuesday, January 3, 2012


(Allan Kolski Horwitz)

The Pansa KZN - MUSHO festival of one – two person theatre will run at Catalina Theatre from January 11 to 15 with its usual exciting line-up of new productions.

Comrade Babble on January 12 is written and directed by Allan Kolski Horwitz and is performed by Renos Spanoudes and Lebohang Motaung. This is a political satire inspired by the rise and fall of Brett Kebble, a New South African randlord of mythic proportions, who proved to be one of our most formidable fraudsters, and orchestrated his own murder. The performance sees Kebble/Babble’s return from the dead in order to present the “truth” of his life.

Comrade Babble will be performed on January 12 at 20h00. (Duration 80 minutes) Age 16 and up.

All Musho Festival performances are at the Catalina Theatre. Tickets for all shows R50 (R30 PANSA paid-up members as well as OAPS and children under 12). Special R100/day all-day ticket on Saturday and Sunday. Contact Catalina Theatre on 031 305 6889

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