23.1.2020 01:08 pm
Updated costume designs, bigger and better sets and fishnet stockings galore.
It’s a mind flip, that’s for sure. The latest revival of The Rocky Horror Show is nothing short of miraculous, and not because of the superb production, but rather the South African audience that truly evolved with it.
This production dazzles with incredible costumes and impressive aerobatics.
Some of the larger works have taken the artist eight months or more per piece to complete.
As many of the die-hard fans know, the role of Janet has always been played by Caucasian actresses … until now.
In a first for South Africa, 25 fan-favourite Marvel characters, will take the audience on an incredible sensory overload of nonstop superhero action.
Picasso famously once said: ‘All children are artists. The problem is how to stay an artist when the child grows up.’
The painting sold by the Tajan auction house had been estimated to go for up to six million.
The first copy of ‘Marvel Comics’ was sold in very good condition and well above the price of 10 cents it fetched back in 1939.
The classic holiday favourite comes to life, featuring animation and original music that made the show a sell-out.
More than 200 million Tintin books have now been sold worldwide, translated into more than 70 languages.
The exhibition provides a rare glimpse into the usually private and forbidden domain of the artist’s studio.
In the fluorescent lights of a shopping centre, this sort of exhibition brings humanity back to a space driven by capitalist ideology.
‘I don’t feel that is necessarily vandalism. I see it as an expression of engagement,’ Sydelle Willow Smith said.
The young artists receive a cash incentive as well as a commission to premiere a new work or exhibit at the 46th National Arts Festival.
The comedian will be touring theatres and festivals with a hilarious yet sobering look at the collision between man and environment.