arepp:Theatre for Life

Working in South Africa since 1987, arepp:Theatre for Life creates high quality Applied Theatre productions to provide complementary social life-skills education to school-going learners, enabling informed choice and developing self-efficacy and resilience.

The arepp:Theatre for Life Trust is a human rights-based, democratic, non-sexist, non-racist, non-profit educational organisation, whose beneficiaries are the young people in South African schools who constitute the trust’s audiences.

Being Right: Democracy & Social Justice

Being Right: Democracy & Social Justice
Published 30 September 2016 • Written by Rudi Malcolm
Human rights issues, such as inequality, poverty, race, gender, disability, and discrimination, have been thrusted into the recent public spotlight, allowing an opportunity to confront the structural inequalities which exist in contemporary post-apartheid South African society. Continuing this narrative, arepp:Theatre for Life piloted the Look Before You Leap: Being Right project,...


EXCITING NEWS FOR PORT ELIZABETH, GEORGE, SWELLENDAM, HERMANUS AND GANSBAAI! Following the success of our puppet show 'No Monkey Business: Safety First' in primary schools in Cape Town, we have decided...
We are so excited to have Courtney Leshay Smith and Andrico Goosen performing for us again! This time they are off up the country performing 'No Monkey Business: Safety First'...
arepp:Theatre for Life piloted the "Look Before You Leap: Being Right" project, an Applied Theatre presentation which positively engaged 4,500 13 to 16 year old school-going youth...
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What They Say

The play equipped the learners very well with choices and moral values to be able to make enlightened choices... read more

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