Spoof Full of Sugar

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Spoof Full of Sugar is a revue by Malcolm Terrey (19*-2020)

The original text

Consisting of 30 different sketches, it has a loosely woven story about a once famous South African actress found murdered during a performance of "Beauty and the Beast" and how an inept police force is simply not interested in solving the case. They would rather read gossip magazines in the safety of their control room. The piece includes spoofs of high maintenance celebs, soapies, TV show, high-profile critics and anything to do with that show business. Produced by produced by Andrew Ross of MadDog Productions and Lyall Ramsden of e'bluebird Productions, the piece was first performed at the Auto & General Theatre on the Square, Johannesburg in 2009.

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Performance history in South Africa

2009: Performed at the Auto & General Theatre on the Square, Johannesburg, from 23 November to 31 December 2009, directed by Malcolm Terrey with Brandon Auret, Ntsepa Pitjeng, Dianne Simpson and Pieter Bosch Botha.





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