Secunda audience loves Madam Sarah

Ms Zoliswa Delihlazo in the Madam Sarah play.

Theatre fans had the opportunity to watch Madam Sarah at the Johannes Stegmann Theatre last weekend.

The play is about how daily life struggles expose people to be conned by sangomas and fake pastors.

Zoliswa Delihlazo, a gospel music artist, proved to be an excellent actor and won the audience’s hearts when she lost her child who was used for muti in the play.

The audience also cheered when Past Muzi Khumalo, also a pastor in real life, led a gospel song.

Asanda Gobongwane was Sophie the domestic worker and Bheki Zwane was Boy the garden boy.

The garden boy was played by Bheki (Nsimbi) Zwane who was able to capture the audience’s attention with his outstanding performance.

His excellent skills were complemented by the domestic worker, his wife in the play, Asanda Gobongwane.

Madam Sarah was played by Snazo Kunene and Philip by Zaid.

Sarah is accused of being married to her work and of not giving attention to her husband.

Boy, played by Bheki Zwane, accuses his wife of not bearing him children.

The play will also be shown in eMalahleni and Mbombela soon.

Madam Sarah was written and directed by Bheki Nsimbi Zwane, who said one of the challenge was to find white players to play as Sarah and Philip.

For more information about the play, follow Zwane on the Nsimbi Bheki Zwane Facebook page or contact him at 072 351 8321.

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