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Sep 13, 2011 |
The winners of the Handspring Puppetry Awards, 2011, were announced on Sunday, 11 September, at the Little Theatre on UCT's Hiddingh Campus, with five categories carrying a R7000 prize for each winner.
Sep 13, 2011 | Media Update
Benchmarks won an award and was nominated in three categories at the second annual Handspring Puppetry Awards, which was recently announced at the closing ceremony of the Out the Box Festival of Puppetry and Visual Theatre Festival.
Sep 13, 2011 | Arts Link
FTH:K and a conspiracy of clowns are feeling ‘overwhelmed and honoured’ following the accolades received for their production Benchmarks. The show won an award and was nominated in three categories at the prestigious second annual Handspring Puppetry Awards, which were announced at the closing cere
Jul 18, 2011 | The Witness
Estelle Sinkins FROM classical ballet to contemporary dance, comedy to intense drama, this year’s National Arts Festival main programme delivered plenty of quality.
Jul 12, 2011 | Business Day
MUCH as it pains a Joburger to admit it, it’s clear that the most interesting and cutting- edge theatre work is coming out of Cape Town if the shows at the National Arts Festival were anything to go by.
Jul 11, 2011 | City Press
Small children in white face make-up stand on corners hoping for some change, while others offer an ­impromptu performance for 50c. The National Arts Festival, which ends today in the Eastern Cape ­university town of Grahamstown, represents a bonanza to all sorts of people in different ways.
Jul 09, 2011 | Business Live
Tanya Surtees is an arts manager, a relatively new job in the world of performing arts. She is quick to point out that here role s not the same as that of an arts administrator. Instead the former contemporary dancer acts as a midwife to new art projects.