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…a piece of theatre that rivets its audience…
– Cape Argus

High drama at its best.”
– Cape Argus

This is a riveting, must-see show boasting an engaging mixture of poignancy and humour.
– Cape Times

…I can see why it won mutiple Naledi Theatre Awards…
– Cape Times

Paul Slabolepszy is n meesterstorieverteller…
– Die Burger

…een van die sterkste en mees emosioneel gelaaide onthullings en ontknopings in ons toneelkuns.
– Danie Botha, LitNet

The relevance of this story is remarkable. The effect of past injustices, the intricacies of individuals faced with difficult circumstances and the universal quest for the truth are all issues we grapple with on a day to day basis.”
– Joshua Carsten, Bsharp entertainment

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Two of South Africa’s leading theatre stalwarts, playwright and actor Paul Slabolepszy and theatre and television director Bobby Heaney, once again team up to create a distinctly South African experience in Slabolepszy’s brand new hit play. Joining Slabolepszy on stage in his role as Dwayne are Charmaine Weir-Smith (Isidingo, Binnelanders, Generations) as Shanell and Renate Stuurman (Isidingo, Scandal!) as Namhla, directed by Heaney.

Combative, volatile, constantly on the verge of exploding, Dwayne and Shanell Combrink are two halves of a white South African working-class couple, living an uneasy truce as they struggle with the day-to-day trials of scraping together a living and dreaming competing dreams. But beneath Dwayne’s angry, violent exterior lies the heartbreak that governs his attitude to life. Dwayne is a man in mourning. Shanell believes his current level of despair was sparked by the death of his childhood friend and recent work partner, Jonas, but the source of his mourning and anger lies much further back.When the elegant and self-contained Namhla Gumede, born on 16 June 1976, arrives on their doorstep seeking answers to questions that have remained buried for forty years, Dwayne and Shanell finally find out the truth.

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