LET'S EAT HAIR

A rollicking, absurdist piece written by Carl Lazlo in 1956. A fresh interpretation of the text combined with post-modern dance, live music and fine arts creates a new story that contemporary South African audiences can relate to. The themes explored are of societal pressure, gender stereotypes and the need to break free from convention.

PRODUCED BY VUKALLECTIVE

DIRECTED BY MARK ANTONY DOBSON

WRITTEN BY CARL LASZLO 1965

​ORIGINAL CONCEPT BY MARK ANTONY DOBSON, MICHELLE KIM HOFFMAN, MICHAEL GARBETT & ERICK STRYDOM & INANDI SMITH, 

STARRING MICHELLE KIM HOFFMAN, INANDI SMITH & MARK ANTONY DOBSON

COSTUMES LOANED FROM THE WYNAND MOUTON THEATRE GARDEROBE -  MARIJDA KAMPER

GRAPHIC DESIGN ERICK STRYDOM

SET & PROPS DESIGN MICHAEL GARBETT 

PRESENTED AT THE SCAENA THEATRE GREEN ROOM BLOEMFONTEIN

CAMPAIGN PHOTOGRAPHY BY ERICK STRYDOM

SPECIAL THANKS UNIVERSITY OF THE FREE STATE DEPARTMENT OF DRAMA AND THEATRE ARTS & DEBEER CLOETE

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