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: Amy Louise Wilson

Amy is one of the performers in Anthol­ogy: a Change in the Weather, at Alexan­der Upstairs 7 — 18 April. Home town? Johannesburg. Tell us a little more about Anthology: A Change in the Weather? It’s a series of three short plays. Adrian Collins and I perform in each of them. It’s a beautifully curated programme…

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Some Assembly Required with Jason Potgieter: Jon Keevy

Jason Potgieter interviews Jon Keevy; writer and producer, and co-founder and manager of Alexander Upstairs. Jon Keevy’s next project is Anthology: A Change in the Weather, a triptych of short plays by local writers. On at Alexander Upstairs from 7th to 18th April. Despite his face he is a reasonable human. Jason Potgieter is a…

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Who’s Upstairs: Louis Viljoen

Louis is one of the featured writers of Anthology, at Alexander Upstairs 7 – 18 April. Home town? Roosevelt Park, Johannesburg Current project? Anthology: A Change In Weather at Alexander Bar, and the re-staging of The Pervert Laura at The Fugard Theatre. And the one you’re dreaming of? I’m dying to write a foul mouthed,…

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