Young theatre makers given a chance

2015-10-15 06:00
Faniswa Yisa and Clyde Berning in Reza de Wetand#039;s Missing.

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Faniswa Yisa and Clyde Berning in Reza de Wetand#039;s Missing. PHOTO: Andrew Brown

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Baxter artists-in-residence Alex McCarthy and Mdu Kweyama are presenting their new productions The White Man’s Guide to Sacrifice and Reza de Wet’s Missing at the Baxter this month.

The staging of this season has been made possible through the support of the Rolf-Stephan Nussbaum Foundation and the Arts and Culture Trust.

It has afforded the young theatre-makers the opportunity to ‘incubate’ and develop their work, and comes as a culmination of the process during their tenure as artists-in-residence at the Baxter.

The season starts with the dark farce The White Man’s Guide to Sacrifice that is written and directed by Alex McCarthy, who is also responsible for the set design with a cast made up of Nathan Lynn, Cameron Robertson, Sive Gubangxa and Jazzara Jaslyn. Tickets for both productions are available from Computicket

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