Marose brings into sharp focus the ever-present realities of being a black man in the 21st century. It is said that Adam was created first, Eve, woven from his being. If a black man who doesn't practice his culture, it is said that he is still a "boy". What is all the fuss about?
This devised play explores the identities and expectations of black men, 'strong' and 'muscular' and those 'feminine' and 'gentle', and how they are all affected by patriarchy. If we strip them of the term 'man' to classify them, what would be left of them? Will they survive or become extinct?
This compelling play is devised and performed by an ensemble of talented graduates from The Market Laboratory, explores the journey of becoming a man in one’s own skin.
Tickets are R 120 online. R 140 at the door