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WOMEN IN THEATRE & TELEVISION – WiTT STRENGHTENS LINKS WITH PANSA

This year the Grahamstown Festival spotlights women, with almost 80% of the works having women commanding centre stage or being written, directed or curated by women in honour of the sixtieth year since the historic 1956 Women’s March to the Union Buildings.

WiTT will be represented by Nonhlalo Dube at the PANSA Theatre Directors-In-Waiting Indaba.

Among the political and cultural heroines being profiled this year are Albertina Sisulu (in the production OoMaSisulu, directed by Warona Seane, starring Thembi Mtshali-Jones and adapted from the book by Elinor Sisulu from Bulawayo); writer Bessie Head (in As Ever, Bessie, featuring Denise Newman) and Ruth First, who was killed by a parcel bomb while in exile in Mozambique in 1982.

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