Performance • Running Time: 45 mins
Written and Directed by Raine Waring | Performed by Sinead Donnelly and Robyn Ivey
Warning: Language

Marriage! Marriage? Marriage. Fool, an original play uncovers the juicy, secrets of a marriage and the catastrophic turn of events that happen when things go a little pear shaped. A chauvinistic, custard of a husband and a devilish, sour housewife find themselves swimming around in a boiling pot of unwanted and unfortunate realities, bubbling under the surface until their shameful truths unfold. He obviously doesn’t like her cooking, but this wicked woman has much bigger fish to fry and let’s just say that revenge sure is sweet…beastly, dangerous and delicious!

Set in the 1960’s, this dark comedy demonstrates a series of powerful physicality and story-telling, unveiling some pretty wrongful truths. The play exposes a common problem of adultery in marriages today and one resentful and ingenious yet sinful solution. With a cast of two women, Fool leads you through a witty, outspoken, distorted, yet thrilling and liberating story of the revenge a woman takes on her husband. 

In 2017 Raine Waring and Severine Fletcher collaborated and opened a company called Keep the act alive, a drama and performance based initiative. KTAA offers acting classes and workshops to artists wishing to hone in on their acting and performamce skills. In addition to classes, Keep the act alive...and perform! was created out of a love for performing. It encourages artists to perform pieces of their own choice, and once a month we get together, whereby everyone participating provides positive and constructive feedback. As a group we inspire each other through our art. Our safe space creates a wonderful platform for artist to express themselves and get performance experience, while being surrounded by likeminded and encouraging artists. KTAA...and perform! Has developed further, whereby we now aim to showcase our talent through live performance theatre. This is where Fool was born! Fool is KTAA's first stage production as a professional team, and we couldn't be more excited to share it with you Cape Town. 

A little about the creative team: 

Raine Waring (director and writer) is a graduate of The Cape Academy of Performing Arts 2014 with Distinction. Raine has been involved in various stage productions such as ‘Barred’ and ‘Trigger Warnings’ - The Yellow Glove Collective. ‘Between the Lines’ as part of the Grahamstown National Arts Festivals;’ and “The Real Inspector Hound” as part of the Constantiaberg Players, whereby she was awarded a certificate of excellence for the best cameo role of “the sweet young thing”. Raine wrote and acted in her own one woman play, ‘Wait” at The Alexander Bar in 2016. She made her film debut for Universal Pictures, in 2016 as a featured dancer in the latest instalment of Bring it On: Worldwide #Cheersmack. Most recently Raine has performed the role of Tinker Bell in the Abrahamse and Meyer stage production of Peter Pan and as the role of Peppa Pig and choreographer in the production of Peppa Pig live in SA. Raine is currently obtaining her LTCL drama teaching Diploma, after obtaining her ATCL drama teaching diploma, with Distinction, through the Trinity College of London. 

Sinead Donnelly (performer) is a Cape Town based performer. She completed her studies at the Waterfront Theatre College majoring in Musical Theatre and Dance, gaining her advanced 2 levels in modern, tap and ballet. She is a singer, actress, dancer and choreographer who has a hunger to learn and explore. Her experience includes appearing in Pieter Toerien's production of The Sound of Music (2018); Gardening and Other Distractions (2018) at the Grahamstown Festival and multiple WTS productions including Sister Act: the Musical; Cinematic Motion; The Crucible; and Pirates of Penzance. She also appeared in JUNK in the Cape Town Fringe Festival 2016. Sinead is a founding member of TRIALITY Dance Collective, a collaborative performance group. Being on stage has taught her how to be playful with her art form.  

Robyn Ivey (performer) is graduate from the Waterfront Theatre College, whereby she majored in dance and musical theatre. Robyn has obtained her Vocal and Drama Associate as well as her Licentiate in drama and musical theatre through Trinity College. She has also obtained her ISTD (Imperial Society of Dance) Tap Diploma and Modern Associate. Robyn was brought up in the art form of belly dancing, and is furthering her training with Soma Dance Studio, tribal belly dancing. In 2017 Robyn was in the production of Rent, Sister Act, and 'Fluttershy' in the My Little Pony Friendship Tour. In 2018 she was a Cheerleader for (IPL) India Premier League, Kolkata Knight Riders. Robyn makes up the team of a collaborative dance company, Triality Dance Collective, alongside Sinead Donnelly and Liam Gillespie. 

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