The 6th Infecting The City Public Arts Festival 12-16 March 2013, Cape Town Like facebook for updates Image Map

Mandisi Arnold Shindo


South Africa


Mandisi Arnold Shindo

Mandisi Arnold Shindo was born in Khayelitsha where he started his dream of Theatre in Primary school in 1999; he was 11 years back then. He studied his (Diploma) in Theatre and Performance at the University of Cape Town majoring in Community Theatre making and Bit of acting. He has performed in plays at UCT drama school such as Macbeki by Pieter Dick Uys, dir by Chris Weare Uct Little Theatre and India, Burnt By Ina and Ian Bruce, Home Brew By Sabata Sesiu, Opera 5:20 by Geoff Hyland Baxter 2010, Isivuno Sama Phupha by Mandla Mbothwe, The Lesson by Eugene Ionesco dir by Geoff Hyland performed: America Boston 2011, Bokumka Bonke By Cast Directed By Mandla Mbothwe, Living under pressure ( which he wrote, directed and performed ) He was honored as a Best Supporting Actor, Script Writer and best Set UCT RES4RES 2010, , 27 WINDOWS, 4 DOORS AND 2 TAPS by Mandla Mbothwe 2010. He is also a co-founder of Iselwa Lesizwe Theatre Company that works with young people and provides skills in preparing them for a tertiary level education. He has worked professionally as
an Actor, Puppeteer, Voice Artist and Dancer with (Magnet Theatre, PANSA and UNIMA)
Mandisi Shindo will also appear in his own play "The Interrogation" at the Zabalaza Theatre Festival at the Baxter from 17th - 31st March. He is also performing at the Magnet Theatre in "Autopsy" directed by Mark Fleishman from 16th March - 1st April.

Public Arts Festival

6th - 10th March 2012

presented by The Africa Centre

Public art has always been part of who we are on this continent and in this country. The interconnectedness of the African “us” has often been impeded however, throwing people apart and far away from each other, creating a physical and psychic separation. Infecting the City is a small attempt at igniting this interconnectedness through artistic expression, making public space public.

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