This fresh one-person play reflects, in a satirical way, on the state of the South African nation, post-Apartheid.

Written as a piece of new age protest theatre, SONDA boldly tackles themes of unemployment, poor service delivery, high crime rates, a poor education system, levels of poverty, the appointment of incompetent public servants and empty promises. This piece gives a voice to the voiceless and speaks to the issues that many South Africans are experiencing.

The funny, bold, and candid 70 minute one hander is inspired by works likeĀ Woza Albert!. It uses physical comedy, miming and clowning not only to entertain but to grab attention through laughter in order to deliver a meaningful message.