Drama • Running Time: 70 mins
Directed by Tauriq Jenkins | Written and Performed by Estelle Terblanche | Produced by Estelle Terblanche and Tauriq Jenkins

Christine is an actor, one of many in an industry. She is made up of many parts. She plays many parts, in part broken, in part happy but for the most part, courageous. This is a theatrical piece of an actor’s life, and the complex relationship the body and voice of the individual has with an industry that commodifies the female form, swinging between celebration and objectification. Her work traverses the biography of self and other that speak deeply to the humanity, integrity, and complexity of an actor’s life.

This play, written by Estelle Terblanche, is anchored by a metaphysical bent on the inner workings of a female actor in a society of pervasive misogyny. Estelle uses a mixture of her own experiences, those of her friends experiences and stories she has heard to inspire the script. She is using this enormous library to draw on for her interpretation of Christine. As a male member of this industry, and someone who is very aware of the similarities and differences between male and female struggles within this society, Tauriq strives to bring an objective and informed view of the complexities that not only make this career choice so difficult, but also compels actors to keep working and hoping.

Press & Reviews

  • Wed 13th Sep 2017 Rinse Before use Blog

    acting is excellent

Other shows...

Don’t forget to like us on facebook if you haven’t already.

Prefer to speak to a human? You can book by telephone on 021.300.1652. We might have to call you back if the bar is very busy.
Under 18s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian, or by an adult with consent from a parent or guardian.
Seating is unreserved. All the seats are good seats but please arrive in good time to make sure you can sit together.
Also we unfortunately don’t have any wheelchair access to our theatre. There is 1 flight of steps.