Creators of the Show

Mabogale Oscar Phasha

Producer of Limpopo The Musical (2006): Mabogale Oscar Phasha is the producer of Limpopo The Musical, "the greatest show of our times". His involvement in theatre and the performing arts and entertainment dates back to the late seventies when he wrote and acted in a school comedy play at Maphotle Higher Primary School. With interest in film and music as well, he has since ventured into the two showbiz areas.

Oscar is an associate producer in the upcoming multi million film Out Of The Blue (a project at its late stage of development he initiated). He is also a cofounder and a director of an independent music production label Akop Recordz. He is the Group Chief Executive of Phash'Comm Media Entertainment, a company with diverse business interests in the communications, media and entertainment.

He acquired a Bachelor of Technology degree and a Higher Diploma in Journalism (Tshwane University of Technology) and is currently studying towards a Master of Business Administration (MBA). He also acquired a certificate in film scriptwriting from Hollywood Scriptwriting Institute and has attended a One Day Film School course presented by Dov Siemens, the World's no.1 film trainer. He is a director of other companies including Phash'Comm Motion Pictures, and Profit Creative advertising agency, of which he is the chairman.

Mokiditla Abel Kunutu

Writer and Director of Limpopo The Musical (2006): He was born and raised in Seshego Township near Pietersburg/ Polokwane in Limpopo Province. He is an actor, a writer, a dancer, a singer, a composer and a theatre director.

His introduction to the performing arts took place in school in 1985, where he was called upon to direct a stage play, an extract from William Shakespeare's 'Julius Ceasar' and his group won an award for the best drama. After completing his matric, he carried on with his passion in theatre and never looked back. He ended up in several community theatre productions such as 'Usenzile' by Larry Shogole, 'The Trap' by Mahuma Paul Rapetsoa and 'Hell We Can' by Selaelo Maredi.

His career did not end there. He took part in numerous radio plays as an actor and a writer. He also wrote and composed music for a musical stage play 'Rebone' which went on a long college tour of Limpopo Province and then to the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown in 2002. He also appeared in a TV production 'Ke bona boloi'.

Furthermore, he conducted drama workshops for UNISA students and was called upon by the Department of Sports, Arts & Culture and Department of Education in Limpopo for adjudication of drama during district arts and culture competitions.