Khutjo Green


Khutjo completed her Honours Degree in Bachelor of Dramatic Arts at Witwatersrand University in 2007. She majored in Physical Theatre, Writing and Performance.

Khutjo’s professional theatre experience includes: Olive Tree, Broken Dreams Ityala Lomhlawulo (dir.Jefferson Tshabalala), Brer Rabbit, Eclipsed and Uhami Aji a Dance-Afro Fusion Theatre Piece She also appeared in Stories of the Future in Durban (2011) which had a run at SCI-Bono (2012), The Baobab (2014), Boykie and Girlie (2014) and Animal Farm (2014-2015).

Her TV experiences include: Presenter for Africa Within, as well as Presenter, Researcher and Writing for Dumisa on Top Gospel. She played in two different TV Series: Skeem Saam in the role of Detective Ledwaba (2010-11) and Revolution between My Thighs. She also played in the film Catch a Fire directed by Philip Noyce.

Khutjo Green was awarded with a Naledi Theatre award for Best Performance by Actress in a Lead Role for the highly acclaimed production The Line in 2013. Khutjo has since directed shows namely Democracy, which premiered at the National Arts Festival in 2014, as well as Lineage: Herstory, as the official WSOA/DFL Production in 2015.