Who’s Upstairs: Milton Schorr

Milton Schorr is the writer, producer and a performer in The Game: Shannon’s Tongue, on at Alexander Upstairs 7 – 11 July Home town? A little bit of Brackenfell and a little bit of Vredenburg up on the West Coast. A kreef fisherman am I. Tell us a little more about your show? The Game is…

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Who’s Upstairs: Stefan Erasmus

Stefan is a lead actor in Ashes, on at Alexander Bar 4 – 20 June Home town? Brackenfell Tell us a little more about your show? ASHES follows the life of a young gay man. It explores his small-town upbringing, his entrance into adulthood and the excitement and thrill of first love. A sudden event…

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Who’s Upstairs: Westley Cockrell and Stuart Cairns

Westley Cockrell and Stuart Cairns will be performing their Stand-Up comedy piece, The Plothole on the 23rd, 25th and 27th of June. Home town? Westley Cockrell: Grew up in George, Western Cape Stuart Cairns: Pietermaritzburg What’s next on the cards for you? Westley / Stuart: We are on our way to Grahamstown. This will be our…

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Who’s Upstairs: Sonia Esguiera

Sonia is the writer and performer of Love & Prozac, showing at the Alexander Upstairs on the 21 – 25 July. Home town? Nelspruit Tell us a little more about your show? Love & Prozac, is an amplified biography on navigating the dating jungle in your 30’s (And no, for the last time, I did…

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Back Row Writing: Review of Dani and the Lion

Back Row Writing is a new section of the Telegraph where we publish the opinions and views of theatre lovers. Some of them are in the industry, some are friends, some are audience members, all have ideas they want to share. Some are anonymous, some use a nom de plume, some just go by their…

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Back Row Writing: Review of Ashes

Back Row Writing is a new section of the Telegraph where we publish the opinions and views of theatre lovers. Some of them are in the industry, some are friends, some are audience members, all have ideas they want to share. Some are anonymous, some use a nom de plume, some just go by their…

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