Notice: This is a place where stories are not written but lived. A place where some are still in the first chapter of chasing their dreams while some have forgotten which chapter they are on all they remember is that they were somewhere between the lines of their hope but got lost and some are still restless in the “waiting” chapter. This is not never-never land where stones are as soft as scones and bricks are as sweet as biscuits. This is not a fairy tale either.
- Extract from 'Fana Le Fale'
Omphile Molusi is a freelance writer/actor/director. He graduated at the Market Theatre Laboratory. He’s been writing, directing and acting for theatre since 2001. Some of his theatre credits include: Cadre (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Edinburgh Festival 2013, Market Theatre and Grahamstown NAF 2013), Narrative dreams (Cape Town Obs Family season Fest 2014, Grahamstown NAF 2014. Director) Balalatladi (Rehearsed reading at Washington DC’s Kennedy Centre, NSA FOF, Obs Family Season 2012. Director) Itsoseng (Published by Junkets publishers and Oxford University Press SA, adapted for BBC radio play, and performed at various local and international venues including Edinburgh festival 2008.), For the right reasons (Published by Oxford University Press SA and Junkets Publishers), The sweet door (Performed at Windybrow Theatre), Ijo! (Performed at the Market Laboratory and Grahamstown National Arts Festival 2005), Pozeng (Resident project at the Market Laboratory) Short Story: Bargain (Published by Penguin publishers).