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Yekabani le Panty (Who’s panty is this)
Start DateAug 04 2022
Duration10 - 15 min
An installation piece before and after productions.
Yekabani le Panty (Who’s panty is this) A sight specific, interventional, performance art piece which questions the patriarchal structure imposed on women, especially in a South African context. As women we experience oppression in various forms. We live in a patriarchal society, a rape culture of toxic masculinity. As women of colour and white women we often have similar yet vastly different experiences of this society’s actions. And we face the historical and still ongoing oppression of black women by white women, often denied and unspoken. In this performance we see two artists, a black woman and a white woman, unpack their burden of this society; they challenge the oppression and face the differences between them. They find a middle ground where healing takes place, a space where they take back their power, their choice of freedom.
Thursday, 4th August 2022 at 18h30 Theatre Foyer Well – before the 19h00 performance Spertyd
Friday, 5th August 2022 at 20h00 Theatre Foyer Well – before 20h30 performance of Karin in Cabaret
Saturday, 6th August 2022 at 16h00 Outside Arena – after the 14h30 performance of The Unlikely Secret Agent
Saturday, 6th August 2022 at 20h00 Theatre Foyer Well – before 20h30 performance of Karin in Cabaret
Sunday, 7th August 2022 at 16h00 Outside Arena – After the 14h30 performance of The Unlikely Secret Agent
Monday, 8th August at 13h00 Chandelier Foyer – During Broken Crayons Still Colour Beautifully’s lunchbreak
Tuesday, 9th August between 12h00 and 14h00 During Piazza program
Currently closed until further notice.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.Wheelchairs
Disabled Parking and Wheelchairs are available on site but should be pre-booked by contacting Artscape Dial-a-seat on 021 421 7695