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Kwamanzi, a documentary drama researched by Nicholas Ellenbogen and the Loft Theatre Company for the specific purpose of educating an audience through entertainment. Centred around the drought cycle, Kwamanzi deals with man's intrusion into the eco-system and his effect on it. Performed in the Monument Theatre at the National Arts Festival, 1985, starring Greg Melvill-Smith, Annie Robinson, Ellis Pearson and Judi Broderick among others.

Staged in November 1998 as a lunch time production, presented by Theatre for Africa in association with Cape Magic, on the Buren rampart of the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town.


National Arts Festival programme, 1985.

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