Set in an all-too-familiar political atmosphere, Secret Ballot’s narrative follows the rallies of the first week after South Africa’s elections earlier this year.
‘The Brotherhood’, once the hope of the nation’s oppressed black majority, has degenerated into a fractured organization that has placed personal affluence over the needs of a nation struggling on many fronts, including economically and through social identity.
Described as a protest and political satire piece, the play has a good dose of the absurd humour that that often plays itself out in real-life Mzansi politics. However there are dark moments that creep in, as the play explores the consequences of suppressing the voices of a struggling and conflicted people.
Presented by Kiri Pink Nob (KPN), this eye-opening theatre piece will show at the Joburg Theatre’s ‘Space.com’ from 23 October to 2 November at 20h00 and 15h00 on Sundays, and will star a locally produced cast of up-and-coming actors.
Tickets cost just R100 per person, with a 20% discount for students. Don’t miss out, book your seat now on the Joburg Theatre website or call 011 877 6800.