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: 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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Who’s Upstairs: Charles Tertiens

Charles Tertiens will be starring in C’est Bizarre, on at Alexander Upstairs from 13 to 15 June at 7PM Home town? I’m a Cape Town boy, born and and bred behind the Boerewors curtain. And what’s next on the cards for you? I’ve been out of the theatre world for a very long time, focusing…

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Who’s Upstairs: Michael-John Phillip

Michael-John Phillip stars in All’s Well That Ends Well on at Alexander Upstairs 2nd April. Michael John Philip Home town? The Mother City has always been home. Although I did do a 5 year stint in Joburg, but I’d rather not talk about that… Tell us a little more about your show? It’s a history-based…

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Who’s Upstairs: Greg Parvess

Greg Parvess will be performing in a reading of The House of O at Alexander Upstairs on the 3rd of April. Home town? Cape Town Tell us a little more about your show? The House of O is a reconstruction of Hamlet that magnifies the themes of corruption and greed in the ailing state of the Danes,…

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Who’s Upstairs: Vianney Henry Farmer

Vianney Henry Framer is the producer for bRENT: a Mobile Thriller in which he also stars, on at Alexander Bar from 24 March to 9 April. Home town? Namaqualand-Northern Cape Tell us a little more about your show? The Mobile Thriller series are immersive theatrical creations, set in a moving vehicle and audience members become…

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Who’s Upstairs: Herman Voster

Herman Vorster is the writer of bRENT: a Mobile Thriller, he will be starring in it from 24 March to 9 April. Home town? Pretoria Tell us a little more about your show? bRENT is a unique way of experiencing some social issues we struggle with in everyday life. We like to keep it a…

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Who’s Upstairs: Jacques Theron

Jacques Theron will be playing Laertes in the upcoming reading of The House of O at Alexander Upstairs on the 3rd of April. Home town? I grew up living in four different provinces but I spent the most time in Stellenbosch, so that’s the closest I have to a home town. Tell us a little…

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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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