On Saturday morning’s edition of Saturday’s Role With Reno, host Renos Spanoudes spoke to Lorin Sookool about FATC’s Phuma-Langa.
Phuma-Langa, which runs in September, is an exciting new work putting a new spin on South Africa’s two most favourite subjects – division and reconciliation.
The Forgotten Angle Theatre Collaborative (FATC) presents a provocative new work titled Phuma-Langa, created by Mamela Nyamza, in residence at The Ebhudlweni Arts Centre in Emakhazeni, Mpumalanga. This thought-provoking production is funded by the National Lotteries Commission.
Nyamza, who also designed, choreographed and directs Phuma-Langa says, “During the Apartheid era and even still African names are misspelt and mispronounced by non-lingua people.”
Listen to Renos’ interview with Lorin Sookool here:
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