Maybe Sunshine Up Ahead

“We come from an ancient civilisation that’s thousands of years old. We are cultured and sensitive. Where do you think you are? America?”
Zimbabwean Adam Neill (from Over The Edge theatre company) directs John Hurt’s metaphorical satire “Maybe Sunshine Up Ahead

221; at The Intimate Theatre, UCT Hiddingh Campus.
The play begins in a scrap yard on a Saturday afternoon where, by various twists of fate, three characters find themselves, thrown together by circumstance. They must each make the journey to self revelation before they can find some peace and realise that there may just be sunshine up ahead.
South African, Zingi Mtuzula plays Daniel, whose tragedy straddles the old regime and the new, setting him off on a search for reason. Vusi (played by Mbulelo Grootboom), is surfing the glorious wave of empowerment and grabs at the opportunities of a fully democratised distribution system, whereas George (Pierre Malherbe) has been cut adrift in the New South Africa, angry at a changing country where he is becoming less and less important.
Hurt’s satire crackles with wit, charm, heartbreak and unswerving honesty, whilst Neill’s direction teases the idea of a rainbow nation into a crazy circus.
Audience’s can look forward to a Grahamstown feel with mulled wine available after the show and on the spot prizes for those who pre-book their tickets (details below).

Maybe Sunshine Up Ahead details:
Venue: The Intimate Theatre, UCT Hiddingh Campus,
31-37 Orange Street, Cape Town
Dates: Main Run 8th July – 29th July, 2006
[Previews 5th, 6th, 7th July]
Tickets: R50, R40 Students and Pensioners, R25 preview nights
Time: 20h00 sharp
Booking and enquiries: 07 69 405 605

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