Theatre, dance blend together

2018-03-14 06:02
Dancers featured in Thirst.

Dancers featured in Thirst.

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The Performing Arts Council of the Free State (Pacofs) will present Thirst, an enthralling production that blends toge­ther theatre, dance and performance.

This is a dance theatre production by Mark Antony Dobson and Motlatsi Moeketsi Khotle.

This is an initiative of Pacofs and the Department of Arts and Culture’s Creative Arts Incubator Programme, a group of forward-thinking, boundary-pushing, toe-stepping artists.

The production will be performed from 27 to 29 March in the André Huguenet Theatre in Bloemfontein. Performances start at 18:30.

Dancers include Teddy B Mhlambi, Kwena Peu, Pule Paul Peter, Mmase Jane, Sephiwe Xhaka, Carmin Cornelius, Franco de Wet, Boichwarelo Motaung, Molefi Masilo, Berlie Swart, Juan Pinnick, Siyabonga Nqonga, Poloko Moeng, Paseka Mohape, Teboho Kholumo, Rumané Grey, Leboh Mosholi and Thabo Lecoko.

Tickets are available at R80 at Pacofs or Computicket.

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