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Theatre On The Bay Announces New Season of Shows - February - April 2022
13 January 2022
We are thrilled to announce our New Season of shows Feb - April 2022. Join our Theatrics Club today and SAVE 50%. That's all 5 shows in the season for just R550!
To join online click HERE or call 021 438 3300 and we'll do the rest.
OUR NEW SEASON – FEBRUARY – APRIL 2022
SHOW 1: Gertrude Stein and a Companion (1 - 5 February)
This evocative and witty play explores the extraordinary relationship between lifelong partners Gertrude Stein and Alice B.Toklas who rejected the conservative values of middle class America in the early nineteen hundreds and found refuge in the bohemian decadence of Paris and in each other.
Starring Lynita Crofford and Shirley Johnston.
SHOW 2: Ramapuppet (8 - 12 February)
RAMAPUPPET is just over an hour of delightful, world-class ventriloquism poking fun at the bonkers hurdles South Africans face. From lockdown to looting, from Zoom meetings to alcohol bans, there is so much in Mzansi to laugh at. The show is family friendly, with a PG13 suggestion. A great night out for everyone!
Starring Conrad Koch and Chester Missing.
SHOW 3: Shirley Valentine (14 Feb - 5 March)
Shirley’s a middle-aged Liverpool housewife, who finds herself talking to the wall while she prepares her husband’s chip ‘n egg, wondering what happened to her life. She compares scenes in her current life to how she used to be and feels stagnated and in a rut. But when her best friend wins and all-expenses-paid vacation to Greece for two, Shirley begins to see the world, and herself in a better light.
Starring Natasha Sutherland – Directed by Gina Shmukler.
HOW 4: The Dead Tinder Society (8-19 March)
How do you ignite your love life after a messy divorce? With Tinder! The Dead Tinder Society explores the funny, scary, vulnerable world of dating. Not just any dating – online dating. Specifically, Tinder. Especially in the 21st Century when technology is at its peak, human connection is tenuous, at best, and the prospect of sex with new people is as alarming as it is tantalizing.
SHOW 5: The Last Five Years (29 March - 9 April)
The Last Five Years is a one-act drama-comedy telling the story of the short-lived marriage between Catherine Hiatt, a struggling actress and Jamie Wellerstein, an up-and-coming novelist on the brink of getting his big break.
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