Camissa Festival: Joburg comes to Cape Town | VarietyPresented by Third World Television | Starring Glen Biderman-Pam & Jemma Kahn | Written by Gwydion BeynonDuration: 35mins
With Theatre of Death the creators of the cult smash Epicene Butcher continue their reconnaissance into new theatrical territory. Using multi-media, Beethoven, sock puppets and other unexpected items, this show promises to be the most unusual thing you will watch about Death this December. Hooray!
Third World Television's production of The Epicene Butcher has travelled extensively throughout South Africa and abroad garnering numerous awards. The show was voted as Critic's Choice at Amsterdam Fringe in 2012, formed part of Assembly's South African Season at Edinburgh Fringe 2013 and is about to tour Australia in early 2014.TWT aims to create work that is refreshingly odd; quick, witty and highly visual theatre for the YouTube generation. Glen Biderman-Pam is the frightfully exciting addition to this creative team.Theatre of Death is part of Alexander Upstairs' first Camissa mini-festival: Joburg comes to Cape Town. From the 9th to the 14th of December 2013 three amazing acts from the City of Gold will share the stage of the Mother City's Alexander Upstairs. John Trengrove directs Sonia Esguiera in the hilarious Love & Prozac, and Boylesque have recruited some local talent to join them on stage for Our late night Varietease burlesque show.
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