FIND A SHOW
- This event has passed.
JONGA is created by South-African dancer/choreographer Elvis Sibeko together with the Dutch brothers Thomas & Erik Bos from the urban collective 155, in co-operation with other dancers Aviwe November and Rein Luuring.
Start DateSep 22 2017
Afrovibes Incubator programme presents contemporary productions from young dancers from The Netherlands and South Africa. The programme presents the international collaboration JONGA and new work by Artist in Residence Kirvan Fortuin, In Your Hands! Both productions will also be presented during Afrovibes Festival in The Netherlands in September and October.
JONGA is created by South-African dancer/choreographer Elvis Sibeko together with the Dutch brothers Thomas & Erik Bos from the urban collective 155, in co-operation with other dancers Aviwe November and Rein Luuring. Together they present a piece about different identities and different cultures.
Who am I and who is that other person? What habits do we use and how do we judge? In JONGA these observations are being shaped in a contemporary shake of various dance cultures and styles. The backbone is the always present heartbeat that is in every one of us.
JONGA (“looking” in Xhosa) is an encounter between dancers from South-Africa and the Netherlands, mixing African, contemporary and urban dance forms, and creating an interesting connection between dance and video.
JONGA was created in 2015 in collaboration with DOX from Utrecht (NL) and Jazzart Dance Theatre from Capetown. This exchange project brought together young talented dancers from both countries. The result of residencies in Utrecht and Capetown was shown in both countries during festival Afrovibes, called “JONGA”. This short presentation was so promising and received such enthusiasm that “JONGA” is extended in 2017 to a full performance, and again will be presented in both South-Africa and the Netherlands during festival Afrovibes.
Performers: : Elvis Sibeko, Erik Bos, Thomas Bos, Rein Luuring, Aviwe November
The underground municipal car park linked to Artscape is open for public parking from 17:00 on weekdays and an hour before the starting time of shows on weekends. It closes at 24:00. The parking fee is R21 and R13 for pensioners.Wheelchair Access
Limited facilities for wheelchairs areavailable in the Opera House and Theatre in accordance with safety regulations. Wheelchair seats can be booked at the Artscape Box Office, at any Computicket outlet, or through the Computicket call centre. Please note that the Arena is not wheelchair friendly. Toilets for wheelchair-bound patrons aresituated in the Marble and Chandelier Foyers of the Opera House and on the lower level of the Theatre Foyer. Limited parking bays are available for bona fide Disabled Parking Disc Holders in the tunnel area opposite the Stage Door entrance, and in the staff parking area. A drop-off facility is available in the tunnel area for patrons who have difficulty walking. Prior arrangements in all regards should be made with the Theatre Manager.
Parking is available in adjacent Wynberg Library parking area of the North East side of the park. Public can also utilise street parking that runs along the perimeter of the park but is requested to be sensitive to the needs of the residents in the area.Wheelchairs
Disable Parking and Wheelchairs are available on site but should be pre-booked by contacting Artscape Dial-a-seat on 021 421 7695