Told in two parts, Owl begins with a new friendship in the heat of the Overberg summer between two ten-year-old girls, and finds them again six years later. Itís an honest picture of growing up different in the middle of nowhere; a story about climbing trees, punching boys and kissing girls. A story about growing up where nothing grows. Owl is a one woman show; Briony Horwitz performs Jon Keevyís script under his direction with choreography by Fiona Du Plooy and music by Brydon Bolton.
Performances are 21st February Ė 2nd March, Tuesdays to Saturdays at the Intimate Theatre, 37 Orange Street, Gardens; Tickets are R60 / R50 for concessions. Half-price Preview on the 21st.
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