Who’s Upstairs: Hanlé Barnard

Hanlé Barnard wrote and directed the upcoming reading of The House of O at Alexander Uptairs on the 3rd of April. Home town? I grew up in Irene, near Pretoria. It is a beautiful town – I was exposed to art and music there. Tell us a little more about your show? The House of…

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Who’s Upstairs: Maggie Gericke

Maggie Gericke performs in Anthology: Young Bloods, on at Alexander Upstairs from 13-26 March. Home town? Somerset West. Scumerset West. Somerset Best. Depending on how forgiving you’re feeling. Tell us a little more about your show? Anthology: Young Bloods. Three Playwrights from Stellenbosch/Cape Town. Three shortish scenes. Two actors. One theme. Anthology is an important…

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Who’s Upstairs: Kiroshan Naidoo

Kiroshan Naidoo is performing in Anthology: Young Bloods at Alexander Upstairs from the 15th to 26th of March. Home town? Pretoria Tell us a little more about your show? We’re currently doing three short plays by young writers based in Cape Town/Stellenbosch. The way I interpreted the first play “Coma Null” by Louis Roux, is…

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Who’s Upstairs: Roland Perold

Roland Perold stars in The Pitch, running at the Alexander Upstairs from 7 – 19 March at 9PM. Home town? Port Shepstone… warm sunny KZN. Tell us a little more about your show? ‘The Pitch’ – a piece that started at Alexander Bar Play Things in October last year. Myself and Callum Tilbury (aka Lady…

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Who’s Upstairs: Callum Tilbury

Callum Tilbury is the director of and stars in The Pitch, running at the Alexander Upstairs from 7 – 19 March at 9PM. Home town? Nottingham Road, KZN Tell us a little more about your show? “The Pitch” is a pseudo-musical-super-comedy. It’s got drag, it’s got puppets, it’s got everything. It’s a hot mess (not…

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