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Friday, January 13, 2012


One of the productions at this year’s Musho! Festival of one and two person theatre will have an on-stage sign language interpreter making it accessible for deaf and hearing impaired patrons.

Bru – which takes place on tomorrow (January 14 at 18h00) at the Catalina Theatre will be signed. This is a first for Musho!

Bru is a physical theatre comedy which takes the pursuit of happiness to the surreal levels of the extreme. Join two surfer dudes as they escape the purgatory of the concrete jungle of Jo’burg in search of the freedom of the waves. This fun romp is a high-energy physical theatre fusion with a pair of talented young actors. It is written and directed by Josh Martin, and performed by Sandi Dlangala and Mikey Frederick von Bardeleben. Running time 50 minutes and is suitable for ages 12 and up.

The Performing Arts Network of South Africa (PANSA) in KZN is hosting the seventh Musho International Theatre Festival of One and Two Person Theatre, at the Catalina Theatre in Durban until January 15 featuring 16 productions over five days, all celebrating the art of the one and two-performer plays,

These are intimate productions that showcase the skill of theatre performance and storytelling, as well as covering a wide range of styles, from drama to comedy and physical theatre.

The festival is organised by PANSA KZN, the Performing Arts Network of South Africa, with support from The Daily News, Ethekwini Municipality, the KZN Department of Arts and Culture, Business and Arts South Africa, Twist and the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

For more details visit or email For bookings, show times and details contact the Catalina Theatre on 031 305 6889.