Difference between revisions of "Nicky Rebelo"

From ESAT
Jump to navigation Jump to search
 
(8 intermediate revisions by 2 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
(19*-) Actor, cabaret artist, director and playwright.  
+
[[Nicky Rebelo]] (1958-). Actor, cabaret artist, director and playwright.  
 
 
  
 
== Biography ==
 
== Biography ==
 
+
Nicky was born in Johannesburg and went to school at Saint Benedicts College.
  
 
== Training ==
 
== Training ==
Line 9: Line 8:
  
 
== Career ==
 
== Career ==
 
+
After graduating he worked with the [[Junction Avenue Theatre Company]].
  
 
==Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance==
 
==Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance==
Line 16: Line 15:
 
=== As stage performer ===
 
=== As stage performer ===
  
He starred in ''[[Forbidden Fruits]]'', in [[Paul Slabolepszy]]’s ''[[Making Like America]]'' together with Paul, [[Marius Weyers]] and [[Lida Meiring]] under [[Bobby Heaney]]’s direction at the [[Market]] in December 1986. Played Bobby in ''[[American Buffalo]]''. He has appeared in ''[[West]]'', ''[[Walking Wounded]]'', ''[[Making Like America]]'' at the [[Baxter Theatre|Baxter]] and the [[Market Theatre]]s, ''[[Superheroes]]'', ''[[Marabi]]'', ''[[Upfront]]'', ''[[The Bicycle Riders]]'' and ''[[Outers]]''  at the [[Market Theatre]].
+
He starred in ''[[Forbidden Fruits]]'', in ''[[Going Under]]'', in [[Paul Slabolepszy]]’s ''[[Making Like America]]'' together with Paul, [[Marius Weyers]] and [[Lida Meiring]] under [[Bobby Heaney]]’s direction at the [[Market]] in December 1986. Played Bobby in ''[[American Buffalo]]''. He has appeared in ''[[West]]'', ''[[Walking Wounded]]'', ''[[Making Like America]]'' at the [[Baxter Theatre|Baxter]] and the [[Market Theatre]]'s ''[[Superheroes]]'', ''[[Marabi]]'', ''[[Upfront]]'', ''[[The Bicycle Riders]]'' and ''[[Outers]]''  at the [[Market Theatre]], ''[[The Substance of Fire]]''. ''The Puppet Rock Picture Play''.
  
 +
Cabaret:
 +
''A Day in the Life of South African Under White Supervision''.
  
 
=== As film actor ===
 
=== As film actor ===
Line 30: Line 31:
 
In 1994 he wrote ''[[Apartheid on Trial]]''.
 
In 1994 he wrote ''[[Apartheid on Trial]]''.
  
He co-wrote the play ''[[What Annette Said In Her Sleep Last Night]]'' with [[David Butler]] in 1996
+
He co-wrote the play ''[[What Annette Said In Her Sleep Last Night]]'' with [[David Butler]] in 1996.
 +
 
 +
Nicky wrote the screenplay of the filmed version of ''[[Master Harold ... and the boys]]'' released in 2010.
 +
 
 +
=== As director ===
 +
He directed ''[[The Outsider (by Camus)]]'' in 1998.
  
 
== Awards, etc ==
 
== Awards, etc ==
Line 39: Line 45:
 
''[[American Buffalo]]'' theatre programme, 198*
 
''[[American Buffalo]]'' theatre programme, 198*
  
Tucker, 1997
+
''The Substance of Fire'' programme notes, 1993.
  
 +
IMDb [https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0714272/].
  
 
Go to [[South African Theatre/Bibliography]]
 
Go to [[South African Theatre/Bibliography]]

Latest revision as of 10:58, 23 January 2020

Nicky Rebelo (1958-). Actor, cabaret artist, director and playwright.

Biography

Nicky was born in Johannesburg and went to school at Saint Benedicts College.

Training

Graduated at Wits Drama School in 1981.

Career

After graduating he worked with the Junction Avenue Theatre Company.

Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

As stage performer

He starred in Forbidden Fruits, in Going Under, in Paul Slabolepszy’s Making Like America together with Paul, Marius Weyers and Lida Meiring under Bobby Heaney’s direction at the Market in December 1986. Played Bobby in American Buffalo. He has appeared in West, Walking Wounded, Making Like America at the Baxter and the Market Theatre's Superheroes, Marabi, Upfront, The Bicycle Riders and Outers at the Market Theatre, The Substance of Fire. The Puppet Rock Picture Play.

Cabaret: A Day in the Life of South African Under White Supervision.

As film actor

He appeared in a number of South African films, including 'n Wêreld Sonder Grense, Saturday Night at the Palace, Shot Down, The Stick.

As playwright

He wrote the plays A Touch of Madness and Prophet of the Waterberg and co-wrote Outers with Barney Simon.

He wrote the one-woman collection of monologues apparently... or so I heard, performed by Jennifer Steyn in 1990.

In 1994 he wrote Apartheid on Trial.

He co-wrote the play What Annette Said In Her Sleep Last Night with David Butler in 1996.

Nicky wrote the screenplay of the filmed version of Master Harold ... and the boys released in 2010.

As director

He directed The Outsider (by Camus) in 1998.

Awards, etc

Sources

American Buffalo theatre programme, 198*

The Substance of Fire programme notes, 1993.

IMDb [1].

Go to South African Theatre/Bibliography

Return to

Return to ESAT Personalities R

Return to South African Theatre Personalities

Return to The ESAT Entries

Return to Main Page