Theatre Arts Admin Collective

The Theatre Adrs Admin Collective will showcase a feast of theatre productions at the Inside Out Theatre Festival taking place in Cape Town from 3 to 8 October 2011.

The Theatre Arts Admin Collective is hosting a quirky season of performances from both inside and outside Cape Town with animation workshop for children and a fundraising workshop with the South African Growth Institute that aims to help support, develop and connect the arts community.

The Theatre Arts Admin Collective is hoping that The Inside Out Festival of Theatre will grow and develop into an annual event that includes site-specific work and work from around the country.

Young and old are encouraged to come to the festival to view a kaleidoscope of Theatre Productions!

Theatre Arts Admin Collective: Theatre Productions

Following on from the Out the Box Festival that took Cape Town by storm early in September, the season – to be called the Inside Out Festival of Theatre – continues to offer Cape Town audiences with a handful of edgy, quirky, young and innovative theatre productions for children through to adults.


A stimulating children's production, that combines dance and sound elements, to produce a magical theatre creation. Performed by multi award winning dancer Jori Snell and well known sound practitioner Brendon Bussy. The theatre piece will take the audience on a captivating journey to a new land.

When? Friday 7 October 2011 at 11am and on Saturday 8 October 2011 at 2pm

How much? R20 per person.


This charming Afrikaans piece of theatre that looks at the journey we all take to adulthood and how this journey, as well as the complexities of family life, relationships and the dissilusion of acquiring freedom makes us become more human.

When? from Tuesday 4 October up until 7 October 2011 at 6pm.

How much? R50 per person.


This one-hour multi-media, ensemble performance piece that investigates the myriad ways we are all “Trying” in life. Whether we find ourselves trying to be in love, trying to make a relationship work, trying to quit smoking, trying to sever or build ties, or just trying to help.“Trying” explores these intimate journeys, with over thirteen performers, ranging in ages from 10 to 66, from across the globe, in a variety of languages, movement and projected images to tell the captivating message of the production.

When? from Tuesday 4 October to Friday 7 October 2011. All performances will be at 8pm, with the exception of the performance of 6 October – as this performance will start at 4pm.

How much? R50 per person.

The Journey To

Made up of a cast from, Ottery Youth Centre, Young in Prison and Lawrence House. “The Journey to” is an interactive production that explores the challenges faced by its performers. It takes a close look at the circumstance faced, characters met and dreams that are still to be accomplished by the young cast. This exciting production is a collaboration between Project Phakama, an international arts exchange programme and Mamelani Projects, a Cape Town based organisation focused on community based health education and Child and Youth Development.

When? Saturday 8 October 2011 at 7pm

How much? R50 per person.

All theatre productions partking in the Inside Out Festival will be performed at the Theatre Arts Admin Collective – Cnr Milton Road and Wesley Street, Observatory (Church house next to Observatory Methodist Church) Ticket prices range from R20 to R50 and can be booked telephonically on 021 447 3683 or email on . Audiences can also buy tickets at the door.

Source: Theatre Arts Admin Collective

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