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I'm South African (2019)
Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika: What does it mean? Join a young African-born man raised in the UK on his journey of rediscovering his South African roots through lively song and dance. I’m South African debuted at the NAF in 2005. Touring nationwide from there, the production returns after 14-years.
The story you know and love has been given the royal treatment! Aladdin is down on his luck until he discovers a magic lamp and the Genie who has the power to grant three wishes.
Wanting to earn the respect of the princess, Jasmine, Aladdin embarks on an adventure that will test his will and his moral character. With expanded characters, new songs, and more thrills this, this is a new adaptation of the beloved story.
Robin Hood (2018)
The plot follows Robin Hood as he becomes an outlaw after a conflict with foresters and through his many adventures and runs with the law. Each chapter tells a different tale of Robin as he recruits Merry Men, resists the authorities, and aids his fellow man. The popular stories of Little John defeating Robin in a fight with staffs, of Robin's besting at the hands of Friar Tuck, and of his collusion with Allan-a-Dale all appear. In the end, Robin and his men are pardoned by King Richard the Lionheart and his band are incorporated into the king's retinue, much to the dismay of the Sheriff of Nottingham.
Once After Ever (2014)
Prince locked up Evil Queen and Big Bad Wolf in a dungeon/mental institution for rehabilitation respectively for anxiety disorder and anorexia (Queen) and alcoholism and amnesia (Wolf). Through the "sessions", they became confused about what really happened in Once Ever After time and why they were locked up in the dungeon.
Queen and Wolf are introduced to other characters such as the Two Little Pigs called Bacon and Ham as well as Red Riding Hood. They are constantly petrified that someone says the words "new year's eve" which
calls Wolf's fairy godmother.
Queen wants to know why everyone calls her "evil" and Wolf, due to his amnesia, do not understand the fact that there are only two little pigs left. He gets told that he ate the other pig, but he claims to be a Jew.
Red Riding Hood is a grown-up "lady of the night", but comes to the rescue of both Queen and Wolf. She explains the chaos to them and in such a way also inform the audience of what really happened.
This pantomime was written by Marli van der Bijl and received positive reviews at the National Arts Festival in 2014 when MDG debuted with it.