Entwined Lives

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Entwined Lives is a play by Phillip Kakaza.

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Set in Cape Town in the savagely repressive late 1980s, this play moves beyond the clichéd vision of a divided South Africa. The four characters are ordinary people who are pawns in a greater political landscape.

Performance history in South Africa

1993: A CAPAB production was directed by Itumeleng Wa-Lehure for National Arts Festival Fringe and the Baxter Theatre Centre, 1993, starring Nomkhita Bavuma, Sticks Mdidimba, Ashley Mvumvu and Keith Just.


National Arts Festival programme, 1993. 177.

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