[rohrpost] Foreign Aids

Francois Isak Smit-Löffler f.smit-loeffler at c-a-n.info
Mon Jan 23 12:10:23 CET 2006

*Sunday, 29^th January, 16:00, FOREIGN AIDS,*
 Pieter-Dirk Uys at the Jewish Museum Berlin,
Lindenstr. 9-14, 10969 Berlin,
Concert Hall, Old Building 2^nd Floor,

Tickets 10 Euro R.S.V.P.  Reservations: 030-25993 507/-444

 Pieter-Dirk Uys is South Africa's best known political satirist and has 
been active in making fun of fear since the days of apartheid in the 
1970s. With a Berlin-born Jewish mother and an Afrikaner father, he 
proudly feels that he belongs to both chosen people!

FOREIGN AIDS is a journey through the minefields of South Africa today - 
not a fear of bombs and terrorists, but of a virus that has no cure. To 
care is to Cure, but with a government not willing to confront the issue 
of the AIDS-pandemic, Pieter-Dirk Uys uses his weapon of mass 
destraction, humour, to illustrate the courage and the hope that the 
South African people have, the children demand, and the future expects. 
In the show - which will be performed in English - Uys will introduce to 
his Berlin audience Mrs Evita Bezuidenhout, his most famous creation, as 
well as her sister Bambi Kellermann, Jewish-African-Princess Nowell 
Fine, Desmond Tutu, PW Botha and Nelson Mandela.

This one-man show has performed to rave reviews at the Sydney Opera 
House, in London's Tricycle Theatre, throughout the Netherlands, the USA 
and South Africa.

Article submitted by Jewish museum Berlin