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Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - GOODTHEATRE -

UN­MUTE ARTSABILITY FES­TI­VAL. The Un­mute Dance Com­pany is cel­e­brat­ing the In­ter­na­tional Week for Peo­ple with Dis­abil­ity, with the ArtsAbility Fes­ti­val from Novem­ber 30 to De­cem­ber 5 at Artscape, The­atre Arts Ad­min Col­lec­tive in Ob­ser­va­tory, Black Box The­atre in Delft (at the Rent Of­fice) and Gugulethu Sport Com­plex. Un­mute brings per­form­ers with and with­out dis­abil­i­ties, to­gether in a se­ries of col­lab­o­ra­tive per­for­mances (dance, mu­sic, vis­ual art), work­shops and other happenings. E-mail un­mutepro­ject@gmail.com or see www.face­book.com/un­mutedance SWEET PHOEBE. This award-win­ning play by Aus­tralian Michael Gow is at Alexan­der Up­stairs from Monday un­til Satur­day, at 7pm. It is about a cou­ple, played by Matt New­man and Genna Gal­loway, who be­lieve that they have the per­fect life and mar­riage but then they dog-sit Phoebe. That leads to events which chal­lenges their re­la­tion­ship. Sweet Phoebe is a darkly witty, but poignant, ex­plo­ration of this, which might make us feel bet­ter about our own lives”. Tick­ets are R80-R90 at www.shows.alexan­der­bar.co.za call 021 300 1652 or buy them at the venue. NOISES OFF. Michael Frayn’s 1982 farce is on at the Mil­ner­ton Play­house from Thurs­day to De­cem­ber 12. The ti­tle of the play comes from the sounds that hap­pen off-stage. It’s a play within a play and that leads to much hi­lar­ity. Tick­ets are R80 on 082 267 106.

FREESTYLE: Andile Vellem and Nadine McKen­zie.

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