Actress Masasa Mbangeni To Be Back On Stage Soon!!

Actress Masasa Mbangeni is ready to hit the stage again after dumping her award-winning career in entertainment.

The actress who starred in Scandal! decided to make a comeback with the powerful play The Dying Screams of the Moon.

Masasa Mbangeni took a personal decision a few months ago to leave television so as to discover herself again.

The all new play is a collaboration between two theatre greats – Zakes Mda and John Kani. It was written by Mda and directed by Kani featuring Tinarie van Wyk Loots and Mbangeni.

The grand opening will be at the Market Theatre in Newtown on July 29.

The Dying Screams of the Moon tells the story of Lady and Missy. The two women find themselves struggling to survive in post-apartheid South Africa.

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The play emphasized on the issue of land, especially on the displacement of black people to make way for whites. Gender issues and lack of women empowerment in the society is also depicted in the play.

26-year-old Mbangeni plays Lady – a former MK soldier who comes back from exile to find that the land owned by her forefathers is now the property of Baas Tommy, Missy’s father.

Actress Masasa Mbangeni is ready to hit the stage again after dumping her award-winning career in entertainment.

The actress who starred in Scandal! decided to make a comeback with the powerful play The Dying Screams of the Moon.

Masasa Mbangeni took a personal decision a few months ago to leave television so as to discover herself again.

The all new play is a collaboration between two theatre greats – Zakes Mda and John Kani. It was written by Mda and directed by Kani featuring Tinarie van Wyk Loots and Mbangeni.

The grand opening will be at the Market Theatre in Newtown on July 29.

The Dying Screams of the Moon tells the story of Lady and Missy. The two women find themselves struggling to survive in post-apartheid South Africa.

The play emphasized on the issue of land, especially on the displacement of black people to make way for whites. Gender issues and lack of women empowerment in the society is also depicted in the play.

26-year-old Mbangeni plays Lady – a former MK soldier who comes back from exile to find that the land owned by her forefathers is now the property of Baas Tommy, Missy’s father.

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