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Thread Review for Love, Crime and Johannesburg (newest post first)
joecable1996 Posted on 8:30 am on May 15, 2003
Director - Mandla Mbothwe

'Love, Crime and Johannesburg' is a colourfully costumed, energetic and vibrant production. Written by Junction Avenue Theatre Company and set in post-apartheid Johannesburg.

With humour, song and satirical comment, the play follows the journey of Jimmy 'Longlegs' Mangane - a 'poet and hero of the struggle' - who is accused of robbing a bank with "two AK47's and a hand grenade".

Now that the light is on, who is to blame for what we see?
Now that our lips are unglued, can we say what we like?
Now that our hands are untied, can we take whatever we want?

Does the play answer these questions? Come along and find out.

Venue: The Little Theatre - Orange Street Campus. Dates: 14th to 17th May at 20:15 nightly with a matinee at 15H00 on the 17th. Tickets: R30 - discount of R5 to pensioners and students. Booking: Susan Cole or e-mail

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