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The small musical revue with a BIG heart!

We are thrilled to be playing at Alexander Bar in March after a fantastic run at The National Arts Festival.



“The show was of an amazing standard. Amy Trout put on a brilliant performance. The performers maintained a constant level of excellence throughout and created an intimate atmosphere. Overall the whole performance hit the right note of charming romance coupled with brief moments of humour. I highly recommend it.”

Simone Ferreira (Cue, National Arts Festival 2015)


The award-winning ROLSKA Productions presents 2015’s romantic comedy cabaret sensation: A (Sorta) Love Story.

Studded with musical theatre favourites from local and international stages by the likes of Cole Porter, Rodgers and Hammerstein and Stephen Sondheim, the show will have your toes tapping as it looks at love from all angles. Whether you’re 25 or 75, it makes no difference: A (Sorta) Love Story looks at the feeling that lifts you up and takes you down – but there’s nothing to do but give into it! Come and fall in love all over again when A (Sorta) Love Story premieres at the National Arts Festival this year.

The show features Amy Trout who shot to fame overnight when she was cast in David Kramer and Taliep Petersen’s Kat and the Kings. Her performance as Lucy Dixon earned her rave reviews as well as a Fleur Du Cap Theatre Award nomination for Best Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Musical and a Naledi Theatre Award nomination as Best Newcomer of the season. She has also performed in productions of Macbeth, Fiddler on the Roof and Gigi. She can also be seen in the devilishly delightful musical comedy You Bet Your Life! also showing at the at the National Arts Festival this year.

Also appearing is David Fick. After graduating with a Master of Arts in Theatre and Performance from the University of Cape Town, David has performed musicals like Benj Pasek and Justin Paul’s Edges, the Stephen Sondheim musical revue conceived by Craig Lucas and Norman René, Marry Me a Little, Cape Town Opera’s Lloyd Webber and Rice Spring Bouquet and in cabarets like Affirmation and Seasons of Love. He is also the composer and librettist for two original musicals, Over the Rainbow and House of Shadows, and wrote a third, You Bet Your Life!, with Roland Perold.