This theatre production explores the dual identity of young black, South African girls, who – in an effort to straddle two disparate socio-economic worlds – experience a loss of identity. The play focuses on the lives of two young black girls post-1994, as they struggle to accommodate their marginalised township life within the context of life in a former Model C school, and find they no longer fit anywhere: they are ‘too bushy’ at school, and ‘too coconut’ in the township.
Producer & Director | Tebogo
Mentor | Refiloe Lepere
Stage and Set Design | Zintle Gule & Nthabeleng Masudubele
Lighting Design | Busi Radebe
Cast | Rose Rathaga