Market Theatre Laboratory

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Market Theatre Laboratory (also known as the Market Lab), is a successful training project founded in Johannesburg as an extension of the Market Theatre and was intended to cater for historically disadvantaged youth by offering a two-year course in theatre skills. It is also responsible for The Market Lab Annual Community Theatre Festival, a project intended to prepare and present the work of 50 community theatre groups and present a showcase of these in a semi-professional setting.

In 2012 its theatre was renamed the Ramolao Makhene Theatre after the late actor Ramolao Makhene.


Pat Schwartz, 1988;

Percy Tucker, 1997;

Loren Kruger, 1999)

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See also Market Theatre

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