Jan – Mar 2019 Edition is here!

Aaaaaaand the new year in upon us and this year’s theatre is bound to be every bit as mesmerizing and magical as that of the year gone by. 2018 proofed once again that it is important for artist to share in one another’s initiatives and hold each other in high esteem. As the SA Theatre…

Bumper Nov/Dec 2018 edition!

I remember writing my first essay for Theatre Studies; I was completely shocked at the passion and commitment with which I wrote – as throughout my high school career I could not care to put in any efforts in those nonsensical themes they would have us write about. After I received the most beautiful feedback…

August 2018 Edition

Working together is the only way that the SA Theatre and the entire Entertainment Industry, at large, can truly grow and prosper in all aspects of business. Uniting as one is where the start lies; reaching out, speaking up, cheering on, lending a helping hand…this all will come effortlessly after just one hello. The impact…

Stunning July 2018 issue!

Theatre goers are growing tired of the type of work some are trying to pass off as art and they do not hold back to inform the industry of the weak efforts of late. It is not only the quality of performers that hamper the industry’s credibility. The work that go into putting a Production…

30th Edition of the Magazine!

June 2018 marks the 30th edition of the South African Theatre Magazine! In all my interviews with artists, the question regarding concerns for theatre; all artist point to the lack of financial assistance from the SA Government. The issue of funding is not a new one, more and more arts initiatives cave in because there…

May you have a theatre-filled month!

I’ve recently paid a visit to the theatre and it truly was an upsetting experience…As a theatre student certain rules were laid down with regards to theatre etiquette and I always see to it to uphold these values that have been instilled in me and most of my peers, whom now form part of some of…

It’s no joke, The April 2018 edition is here!

“You can never be bigger than theatre. It will level you so quickly if you think you are…” words that hit hard, coming from one of SA’s most hilarious creatives; Alan Committie.   This quote hits home, to anyone who has totally given of themselves to the industry – completely. Because it is true that the theatre…

March 2018 Edition is here!

You owe yourself the  world, You and You alone. The idea of incorporating oneself more holistically into every part of creating yourself as an SA artist; is greatly echoes in this month’s issue.  Our selection of artists have relied on their own means to make their artistry profound to the increasing betterment of what makes…

The month of love is here!

Yet another feature that zooms in on the love for theatre and SATMag’s selection of this year’s theatre couples tell all and through sharing their deepest concerns of SATheatre one can clearly spot the volumes of love they have for what they do and for that SATMag salutes you.  Another fact that stands out about…

December 2017 Edition is out!

What an exciting year it has been for Theatre in South Africa! This months Edition of the Magazine also features the 2017 SATMag Award Nominees! December 2017 Editor’s Note: In preparation of this month’s issue I received a lot of criticism from fellow artists for using the term “Coloured”. Artists refused to partake in the…

November 2017 issue is out!

The November 2017 Issue is out! That also means it’s time again for our Annual SATMag Awards! Check out our new issue of the mag for more details! Editors Note: Authenticity of the artist is what SA lacks…Artist that truly stand for creating honest portrayals of real life and incorporating true artists within his vision…

October 2017 issue is out!

As the year is coming to a close for most productions and producers are getting ready for a new year of theatre; which some are looking forward to and others are frowning upon.  Because most festivals of 2018 have given artists feedback on whether they will be showcasing at these fests next year. Funders have…