“I leave no stone unturned; even on rainy days the stage gets dusty.” ~ Kedibone Mohapi
Mpho Matsitle makes notes about Love, Crime and Johannesburg’s music director, Andile Qongqo.
Love, Crime and Johannesburg PR Officer and ART STATE Editor Ace Moloi reflects on the production’s behind-the-scenes.
Beginning of year loaded with worries, anxiety and ambition for anyone in a relationship, whether married, single, looking or complicated. A little sprinkle and spread of love and light. Is exactly what is needed to lighten, soothe and promote healthy relations… love poetry portion seeks to celebrate the gift of love amongst friends, romantic relationship and in families. ..read more
“Live each day to the fullest because tomorrow is not guaranteed. Always remember, faith without actions is dead.” ~ Tumi Tlhabanelo, media graduate, musician, actor.
“Don’t take things so seriously. Play around. Always be kind.” ~ Willem Esterhuyse, actor, writer, director.
“I look up to all artists who truly do it for the sake of making art and not for selfish gain.” ~ Saree van Coppenhagen, performing artist.
“No one is you—and that’s your power.” ~ John Paka, artist
“Every person has a gift they can use to change someone’s life. I have discovered mine. Have you?” ~ Tumi Mohutsioa, award-winning actress
The Missing Word is a short story by Ace Moloi published by Art Fusion Literature. The foreword thereto by Mpho Matsitle is republished here.