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Ubuntu (The Cape Town Project)

April 12 to 21, 2012
8pm Tuesdays through Saturdays
2pm Saturday & Sunday matinees
1pm Wednesday matinee

Created by Theatrefront

In South Africa, “ubuntu” refers to the spirit of community – the belief that humanity is tied together. In this international collaboration of Canadian and South African artists, UBUNTU tells the tale of a man and a woman, separated by oceans and both haunted by ghosts, who are drawn together to uncover the secrets of their pasts.

In UBUNTU, Jabba comes to Canada from South Africa in search of the father who abandoned him when he was a child. Weaving storytelling, music and dance, this critically acclaimed production celebrates these two cultures in a uniquely Canadian way.

A Firehall Arts Centre Presentation
Produced by Western Canada Theatre and Theatrefront

Directed by Daryl Cloran
Set Design by Lorenzo Savoini
Costume Design by Gillian Gallow
Associate Costume Designer Cindy Wiebe
Sound Design by Christian Barry
Lighting Design by Gerald King
Associate Lighting Designer Rebekah Johnson
Tour Technical Direction by Robin Boxwell
Stage Managed by Kate Porter
Assistant Stage Manager Nicola Benidickson

Performed by Eric Goulem, Mbulelo Grootboom, Andile Nebulane, Tracey Power, Stacie Steadman

 

“Deeply compassionate and brazenly beautiful”

TorontoStage.com