Chameleonic com­edy set to en­ter­tain

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PRE­SENTED by Nik Rabi­nowitz and di­rected by Louk­maan Adams, Sne Dladla’s show iChameleon opens at The Bax­ter Stu­dio on Tues­day.

Dladla has won two Fleur du Cap awards – best sup­port­ing ac­tor and best ac­tor in a mu­si­cal, a Na­tional Arts Fes­ti­val Ova­tion Award for his first one-man show, The Joke’s On You, plus a cer­tifi­cate for plac­ing joint third in the Grade 2 three­legged race. Hope­fully I don’t have to ex­plain that last one.

His sec­ond one-man show utilises mu­sic, drama, com­edy, phys­i­cal theatre, the hu­man voice, big eyes and an im­pres­sive nose to in­ves­ti­gate how hu­mans pre­tend – to our­selves, each other, and the world.

iChameleon is ul­ti­mately a story of self-dis­cov­ery, thought-pro­vok­ing, mov­ing and funny. It runs un­til July 8 and tick­ets are avail­able from Com­puticket or 0861 915 8000.

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