Udodana

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Venue: Rhodes Theatre
Jul
06
18:00
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07
18:00
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12:00
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18:00

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55m
Dance
PG

Language: Non-verbal
Company: Musa Hlatswayo

UDODANA is a full-length dance theatre work by Standard Bank Young Artist Musa Hlatswayo that seeks to explore the black male body – its associated and constructed identity, its placement in the society (particularly in traditional African communities, households and churches) against the many on-going incidents that draw attention to the silenced brokenness of black male identity. Fusing both the abstract and the narrative approach, the work explores the brokenness of the black male body, its indoctrination and incubation into the systems which play an ignorant if not tyrannical role in the development of black power and unity.

Choreographer’s note

I am particularly interested in exploring and interrogating the placement of the younger black male generation in the evolution and the advancement of the patriarchal system(s); its institutionalisation within African tradition, religion and spirituality and more importantly its passing down from generation to generation as demonstrated by culture, tradition and religion and how this all responds and participates the current ongoing brokenness of our society. – Standard Bank Young Artist Musa Hlatswayo

Cast

Musa Hlatshwayo, Sbonelo ‘China’ Mchunu, Njabulo Zungu, Sphakeme Nduli, S’celo Brilliant Mthethwa, Mduduzi Mbuyazi and Nkosing’phile Qolo

Credits

Choreographed and directed by: Musa Hlatshwayo
Lighting Design: Lerato Ledwaba
Photography and video: Simanga Zondo
Costume and set design: Musa Hlatshwayo
Company: Mhayise Productions

 

 

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