Mari and Kana
By: Mandisi Sindo
Mari and Kana invite us to explore the emotional journey of losing their fathers: the family breadwinners. The work explores attempts at finding consolation for those left behind by the protagonists’ brothers, sons, uncles and fathers after the Marikana Massacre. The 39 graves presented in public space allow audiences a more intimate and active engagement with the subject.
This dance theatre piece is driven by music, spoken word, poetry, images, chorus and intense movement.
Performed by: Aphiwe Livi, Azuza Radu, Thembekile Komani, Thumeka Mzayiya, Abonga Sithela, Slovo Magida, Lingua Franca; presented by: Theatre4Change Therapeutic Theatre.