NINE URBAN BIOTOPES is an international cultural exchange and artistic research project that targets the potential of visionary practices and initiatives within a global network.
This second volume of research emanating from Drama for Life explores the transformative and healing qualities of the arts in various African countries.
According to the 2011 Drama for Life Monitoring and Evaluation Report, 43% of the Drama for Life graduates is working in leadership positions where expectations on them are quite high.
Drama for Life presents its teaching and administrative team of diversity and excellence.
Applications for studying at Wits based academic programme Drama for Life are open! Please note: The submissions are for the term 2015.
Walking Tall is a physical theatre play that takes the audience on a journey through time from the origins of the earth to present day.
Grahamstown’s National Arts Festival is determined to prove that life begins at 40 as it announces its 2014 programme.
All British eyes on Wits University: World’s leading Drama Therapist rejoins Drama for Life as Mellon Scholar 2014.
We are proud of our Drama for Life alumni that carry the DFL approach into the world. In 2014 we will monthly feature one Drama for Life Alumni who has…
In its third year running, the training will be taking place at the Goethe-Institut from the 7th-11th of July. Soweto based artists can apply to take part in the Schools…