3 Nov 2020 - 13:15

Onweer is about the abusive relationship between a father and daughter and makes powerful social commentary on the justice system in South Africa. This rendition is multimodal and was created within COVID-19 restrictions, treated as part of a physical conceptual approach to Gender Based Violence. While topics such as GBV and Sexual Abuse are of paramount importance, and needs the spotlight especially now, scenes in this show may be triggering for some. Sound designed by Dean Balie and Lighting designed by Themba Stewert, this physical theatre interpretation is performed by 3rd Year Graduating students Enrico Hartzenberg and Abigail Williams, under the creative direction of Iman Isaacs.

In a first for the UCT CTDPS, the performance will be available via a live streaming on Thursday 12th November 2020.

Directed by Iman Isaacs

Performances by 3rd Year Graduating Students, Enrico Hartzenberg and Abigail Williams

Lighting design by Themba Stewert

Set design by Lungile Cindy

Sound Scape by Dean Balie

Stage management by Raezeen Wentworth and Kathleen Stephens.

Venue: The P4, UCT Hiddingh Campus

Run and time: Thursday 12th November at 19h30 (to be live streamed) 

Friday 13th November at 18h00 (invitation only)

Enquires: Tabassum.pansari@uct.ac.za

021 650 7129

Tickets for the Live Streaming via Quicket