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Hoot, written by Geraldine Naidoo, is a cross-cultural one-man comedy about the colourful journey of a rich white man who loses everything and ends up becoming a minibus taxi driver.

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Performance history in South Africa

2005: The premiere production was staged on the Standard Bank National Arts Festival Fringe, with Matthew Ribnick and directed by Geraldine Naidoo.

The same production was staged in various venues across South Africa in the following years.


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