Story of sense of scent

2017-06-13 06:00
Rebecca Makin-Taylor, left, and Michele Belknap feature in Sillage.

Rebecca Makin-Taylor, left, and Michele Belknap feature in Sillage.

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The Masque Theatre is hosting a story with a sense of scent on their stage.

Sillage is written and directed by Penelope Youngleson and stars Michele Belknap and Rebecca Makin-Taylor.

This play won the Standard Bank Gold Ovation award at the National Arts Festival in 2016, only the fifth gold to be awarded to a theatre production in the festival’s history and the second to a female theatre maker.

It was also nominated for Best New South African Script at the 2017 Fleur du Caps.

Described as the trail of scent left behind when a person walks past you, “sillage” is a French word used in perfumery associated with olefactory memory.

The play is about a relationship between a mother and daughter packing up their family home so that the mother and father can move into a smaller apartment as they get older.

The production will be performed at the Masque Theatre in Muizenberg on Friday 23 and Saturday 24 June starting at 20:00.

V Book by contacting 021 788 1898 (weekdays from 09:00 to 16:00 and Saturdays from 9:00 to 12:00) or email bookings@masquetheatre.co.za. Alternatively, you can book online at www.masquetheatre.co.za.

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