Who’s upstairs: Mary Hould

Mary Hould is on a short visit from the States and for one night only will be performing Mary Swipes Left (but not really…) this Saturday 24th of March at 7PM. Home town? Seattle, WA, USA, although I was born in a small town in Montana, USA. Tell us a little more about your show? It’s a…

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Who’s Upstairs: David Muller

David Muller stars in Fleas, Sex God: Confessions of a Stay at home dad, on at Alexander Upstairs from 24-29 April Home town? Muizenberg, Cape Town Tell us a little more about your show? Love Sex Fleas God is about a man who had a toxic childhood yet managed to become an awesome caring compassionate…

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Who’s Upstairs: Rebecca Makin-Taylor

Rebecca Makin-Taylor stars in Sillage, on at Alexander Upstairs from 20-25 Febraury 2017 Home town? Philadelphia. Off the N7. Near Atlantis Tell us a little more about your show? Sillage is about a mother and daughter who have drifted appart. While packing up the family home, they try to fix their relationship and in the process experience…

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Who’s Upstairs: James Burn

James Burn is the composer of London-Paris-Roam! on at Alexander Upstairs from 16-18 March 2017 Home town? London Tell us a little more about your show? London-Paris-Roam! is a combination of stand-up comedy, soul-searching monologue, cabaret, blues, torch songs and theatre, all blended together to create a unique one-woman musical. Sarah’s idea to write a musical from…

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Who’s Upstairs: John Florencio

John Florencio is the pianist for London-Paris-Roam! on at Alexander Upstairs from 16-18 March 2017 Home town? I was born in Manila, grew up in San Francisco and now live in Paris. Tell us a little more about your show? A witty, poignant look at aging, moving on and starting over.  And what’s next on the cards for you?…

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Who’s Upstairs: Sarah Tullamore

Sarah Tullamore stars in London-Paris-Roam! on at Alexander Upstairs from 16-18 March 2017 Home town? I come from Woodmansterne, a village in Surrey (just south of London) but I’ve been living in Paris for the last 21years so that feels like home now. Tell us a little more about your show? It’s a one-woman musical with…

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Who’s Upstairs: Jemma Kahn

Jemma Kahn of The Epicene Butcher and We didn’t come to hell for the Croissants fame, is back at Alexander Bar with her latest project in Kamishibai theatre In Bocca Al Lupo, on at Alexander Upstairs from 30 January 2017 – 11 Febraury 2017 Home town? Johannesburg Tell us a little more about your show? This…

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Who’s Upstairs: Penny Youngleson

Penny Youngleson is the director of Sillage, on at Alexander Upstairs from 20-25 Febraury 2017 Home town? Durban  Tell us a little more about your show? Sillage is a French word for the scent left behind when someone has walked past you – the trail of their perfume, cologne, soap, self. The play is about the…

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Who’s Upstairs: Mahlatsi Mokgonyana

Mahlatsi Mokgonyana is the director of Tswalo/Source, on at Alexander Upstairs from 16-18 June Home town? Dawn Park, somewhere in East rand. Tell us a little more about your show? A warm feast of poetry, movement and some songs for winter. A showcase of performance skill to keep the audience warm.It is short, sharp and…

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Who’s Upstairs: Daniel Mpilo Richards

Daniel Mpilo Richards will be performing in Mike van Graan’s Pay Back the Curry! on 20 and 21 June at 7PM as part of our Pre-NAF mini festival. Home town? I was born in Switzerland. I know. But i consider Cape Town my home town. Tell us a little more about your show? Mike Van…

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