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An Every Woman weekend to look forward to

An all-female Namibian musical written and directed by Senga Brockerhoff.

As we enter Women’s month this coming August the National Theatre of Namibia (NTN) presents an all-female Namibian musical, Every Woman, under its Director’s Lab Project at the NTN Backstage from 1-3 August on 19:00 each night.

The plot surrounds Grace who is hosting her friend Amelia’s bridal shower and all her close friends are there. Also at the party is Amelia’s pedantic sister Amanda and Grace’s ice-queen boss, Victoria. The women discuss motherhood, men, marriage and all things in between. But later during a drinking game, secrets and resentment pour out which threaten to tear the sisters apart and perhaps even derail the wedding. 

Every Woman features the star-studded cast of JD Januarie as the bride (Amelia), a sensitive soul who’s always tried to do the right thing. Amelia’s overly critical and pedantic sister Amanda played by Senga Brockerhoff, with Chantel ‘Enchante’ /Uirasand Lize Ehlers playing the roles of Grace & Ruth, high school friends of the bride. Grace’s cheeky assistant Frankie is played by Mikiros Garoёs. Lavinia Kapewasha is Victoria a hard-nosed businesswoman who worked her way to the top of the advertising industry, also Amanda and Grace’s boss. Heather “Miss H” Dennisplays Maxine, a florist and childhood friend to the bride, with Jennifer Timbo as Mitzy a free-spirited hippy with great care for the environment and her friends.

The musical is written and directed by Senga Brockerhoff with musical direction and choreography by Lize Ehlers and Nikhita Winkler respectively.

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