Whose Koek is Moeg?
It is not what you think it is. The play’s only character, Poppie Plaaitjie will tell the actual story on 19 August at 19:00 at the National Theatre for the price of N$50. Brumelda English said this is the most memorable and emotionally draining character she has ever played. She hopes her audience both male and female will leave with a different perceptive after they have watched her. “Poppie does inter act with the audience to some extent,” she said, “want to or not Poppie is going to make you engage with her.”
She did not want to reveal all, but said that it would be worth your time and money to go watch the show and she hopes it changes the audience mental state. “They must not look at a Koek the same way again. This play is very thought provoking and it has changed my life. I do not yet know if it is for the better, I am still going through the process,” she concluded.
Ms English is a graduate form the University of Namibia with a Bachelors Degree in Media Studies and Performing Artist. She currently works for One Africa Television, but her main passion is theatre.