COMING SOON


VISITING MR GREEN

15th May – 10th June

Directed by Alan Swerdlow with Michael Richard as Mr Green.


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VISITING MR GREEN

15th May – 10th June

Directed by Alan Swerdlow 

with Michael Richard as Mr Green.

VISITING MR. GREEN is a stage play by American author Jeff Baron that has been performed around the world. This year this special production celebrates its 20th anniversary since it opened at the Berkshire Theatre Festival in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, with Eli Wallachin the lead role.

Eighty-six-year-old widower Mr. Green is almost hit by a car driven by young corporate executive Ross Gardiner. Found guilty of reckless driving, Ross is ordered to spend the next six months making weekly visits to Mr. Green. What starts off as a comedy about two people who resent being in the same room together develops into drama, as family secrets are revealed and old wounds are opened.

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GREEN MAN FLASHING

10th April – 12th May

GREEN MAN FLASHING is acknowledged as a quintessential S.A. play, and has become a matric setwork.


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MIKE VAN GRAAN’S
GREEN MAN FLASHING
Directed by MALCOLM PURKEY with top cat including

LITHA BAM, MICHELLE DOUGLAS, KATE LIQUORISH, SECHABA MOROJELE and DAVID DENNIS

GREEN MAN FLASHING is a fast-paced political thriller written in a filmic style. It resonates more than ever before, as it explores themes of personal and political violence, as well as the lengths people will go to in the name of greater political good. All this is played out against the backdrop of a young democracy still dealing with its history, but where violence against women is of national crisis proportions.

GREEN MAN FLASHING takes on the challenge of deep moral and political questions for which there are no easy answers and provides insight into the very real themes that occupy thinking South Africans.

GREEN MAN FLASHING is acknowledged as a quintessential S.A. play, and has become a matric setwork. It is regarded by many as a turning point for contemporary South African drama because of the way it dealt with contemporary politics.  But it was also regarded as being more remarkable for anticipating the real life drama of the ANC Deputy President, Jacob Zuma, being linked to charges of corruption in the arms deal and then later charged with rape. Not to be missed!

COMING SOON


Atman The Search...

6 May

A fundraiser in aid of "Hope for Baby Isabella"


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Tel: 0118838606 (Theatre Box Office) or 0861 915 8000 (Computicket) E-Mail: theatreonthesquare@gmail.com

Address:

Nelson Mandela Square (formerly Sandton Square) adjoins Sandton City - just off Rivonia Rd. Entrances to the Square and the parking garage are in West Street and 5th Street, Sandown. Click here to view Google Maps.

PERFORMANCES

Tuesdays to Saturday, at 8:15pm

Saturdays at 6pm and 8:15pm

Show times may differ slightly - please contact the theatre to confirm show times - 011 883 8606

The ramped backstage entrance opens 15minutes before the show. 

Please ensure you are at the theatre 15 minutes before the show. 

Special show times can be arranged should you wish to book the whole theatre

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