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  • A Feast of Wonders: Sergei Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes

    R750

    The legendary productions are brought to life through stage designs, costumes, paintings, sculptures, photographs, and programs. The documentary section of the catalog contains rich archival material, including letters, photographs, choreographic notes, and memoirs, many published here for the first time.

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    Don’t Kiss Me: Art of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore

    R500

    Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore were an extraordinary couple who worked and lived together for more than 40 years. Cahun and Moore were the pseudonyms for Lucy Schwob and Suzanne Malherbe, who met in their teens and embarked on their unique relationship. They travelled from provincial Nantes to the hot-house atmosphere of Paris and finally to Jersey, where they found the space and freedom to develop their ideas but where they were to suffer imprisonment during the Nazi occupation for their Resistance activities.

  • Hamilton and Me: An Actor’s Journal

    R380

    When Lin-Manuel Miranda’s groundbreaking musical Hamilton opened in London’s West End in December 2017, it was as huge a hit as it had been in its original production off- and on Broadway. Lauded by critics and audiences alike, the show would go on to win a record-equalling seven Olivier Awards – including Best Actor in a Musical for Giles Terera, for his portrayal of Aaron Burr. For Terera, though, his journey as Burr had begun more than a year earlier, with his first audition in New York, and continuing through extensive research and preparation, intense rehearsals, previews and finally opening night itself.

     

  • Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Metaphors

    R210

    A re-imagining of the fable in terms of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, in a variety of theatrical styles, catalyzing debate and transferring knowledge through humor, satire and drama.

  • This Is Shakespeare : How to Read the World’s Greatest Playwright

    R230

    This electrifying new book thrives on revealing, not resolving, the ambiguities of Shakespeare’s plays and their changing topicality. It introduces an intellectually, theatrically and ethically exciting writer who engages with intersectionality as much as with Ovid, with economics as much as poetry: who writes in strikingly modern ways about individual agency, privacy, politics, celebrity and sex.

  • And the Girls in their Sunday Dresses

    R140

    Two very different women meet during a long wait to buy subsidized rice and discover they have more in common than their poverty; an old man and child share a last, loving waltz; a cynical, disabled gangster learns humanity from a committed social worker; and a young girl finds her missing father and her role in the political struggle.

  • Ballet and Modern Dance

    R170

    Whether as performers or as spectators, more people enjoy dance today than ever before. Its extraordinary range extends from classical ballet and baroque court spectacles to avant-garde modern dance, tap, and ethnic dancing.

  • Costume and Fashion A Concise History

    R180

    A classic study of the history of fashion brought right up to date

  • Fellini!

    R450

    A catalog of a delightful and very Felliniesque drawings by the master Italian film director, now on view in conjunction with a film festival at the Guggenheim Museum, New York.

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    Happy Natives – C. Coetzee

    R68

    Happy Natives is very contemporary, looking at the way in which South Africans struggle to define their present identity. The play is extremely gripping, very funny and yet keeps surprising the audience with its insight into the complexities of cross-cultural relationships, ten years on from the start of the rainbow nation.

  • In My Father’s Shadow: A Daughter Remembers Orson Welles

    R180

    Of all the myriad stars and celebrities Hollywood has produced, only a handful have achieved the fame – and, some would say, infamy – of Orson Welles, the creator and star of what is arguably the greatest film ever, Citizen Kane. Many books have been written about him, detailing his achievements as an artist as well as his foibles as a human being. None of them, however, has come so close to the real man as Chris Welles Feder does in this beautifully realised portrait of her father.

     

  • Journey Of The Tall Horse: A Story of African Theatre

    R350

    With its mix of magnificent puppets, live actors, captivating costumes and evocative music, video projection and dance, “Tall Horse” has enchanted theatre goers world wide. This spectacular production is the result of an exceptional meeting between South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company and Mali’s Sogolon Puppet Troupe. Mervyn Millar had unique access to the production, from development workshops through rehearsals to the first performances for the world tour.

  • Julie Taymor: Playing with Fire

    R450

    With more than 40 pages of new material including illustrations and unpublished sketches, this book illuminates Julie Taymor’s entire career, from her theatrical apprenticeship to her most recent work for stage and screen.

  • Missing: A Play

    R150

    Missing is the story of Robert Khalipa , an ANC Cadre living in exile, who is very senior in the Organisation but is left out of the negotiations and almost forgotten in Sweden.

  • MY CHILDREN! MY AFRICA! and selected shorter plays

    R85

    In his introduction to this collection, Stephen Gray states that ‘there can be no artistic grounds on which to uphold a belief that “short” implies “lesser”‘; he goes on to make the point that ‘Fugard seems naturally to be most at ease when working in compact dense forms’.

  • My Children! My Africa!, and Selected Shorter Plays

    R85

    In his introduction to this collection, Stephen Gray states that ‘there can be no artistic grounds on which to uphold a belief that “short” implies “lesser”‘; he goes on to make the point that ‘Fugard seems naturally to be most at ease when working in compact dense forms’.