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Ms Lieketso Mohoto

Lecturer

PERSONAL DETAILS:

Gogo Lieketso Mohoto

M.Ed (Higher Education) with Distinction, CHERTL

Lecturer

Rhodes University

Drama Department

Lessac Kinesensic Training Practitioner

P.O. Box 94

Grahamstown

1640

Fax: 046 603 8104

Tel: 046 603 8974

 

Lieketso is a performer, academic and live sound/voice artist who studied at the University of Cape Town's drama department before she went on to freelance as a voice coach and performer with a primary interest in the voice in performance practice.  She is a wordsmith, an artist and general performance junkie. Recent positions include:

  • Administrator at FTH:K (2011)
  • Vocal Practice and Applied theatre facilitator at New Africa Theatre Academy (2011-12)

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS:

BA (General) (UCT)

BA (Hons) Drama - Directing and Education (UCT)

M.Ed (Higher Ed) with Distinction (RU)

CREATIVE WORK IN THE PROFESSION:

In line with the experimental nature of her vocal practice, she has worked with Mwenya Kabwe as an experimental live sound artist in multiple productions including Migritude (2011) for the Out The box festival's Iqonga component and a rendition of Adrienne Kennedy's SUN (2012), recently she has worked as live-sound facilitator and designer for Afrocartography: Traces of places and all points in between (2013) with Mwenya Kabwe and Liyabuya Gonqo as collaborators.

As a performer, she has worked with Syrian director Naila Al Atrash in House of wives (Fatima Gallaire, 2000) during her Honours studies in 2011.

RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

She has recently passed with distinction her Practitioner examination for the Lessac Training and Research Institute.

She is currently a writing fellow with the Institute for Creative Arts (formerly GIPCA) at the University of Cape Town.

She has published her first peer reviewed article for the South African Theatre Journal, titled ‘Theatrical strategies of storytelling, bearing witness and testimony for another: an examination of two South African plays’

email | d.mohoto@ru.ac.za

 

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