Money Maker returns to the Pacofs stage

A scene from Money Maker Reloaded, a show that will make you laugh and leaving you on the edge of your seat at the same time.

Almost seven years after its first run at Pacofs, the super funny stage production, Money Maker, has returned to the André Hugeunet Theatre.
The new version, aptly titled Money Maker Reloaded, is written and directed by Jullian Seleke and produced by Zimbo Moema.
The play, which is both funny and emotional at the same time, is about women who come together as business partners.
As we all know, our country has a serious problem with its high rate of unemployment. To put bread on the table these women take a decision to start their own business and become self-employed.
As the play unfolds, the main character, Sister D, switches from full-time waitress to full-time call girl, which was a surprisingly swift and easy transition. Making the decision is the hard part, putting it into practice is almost ludicrously simple.
The show is well put together, and even if you have watched the show seven years ago, it is worth another visit to the theatre. The show will still make you laugh, leaving you on the edge of your seat at the same time.
Money Maker Reloaded will be on at the André Hugeunet stage on Tuesday 27 June at 19:30 and on Wednesday 28 June at 14:30 and 19:30.
Tickets are available at the Pacofs booking office at R80 each.