Sunday promises talent of many

2015-07-28 13:56
Say something stars Kim Fester, Jaydine Ross, Lucian Daniels and Marian Volkwyn. The play is part of the programme of the Bridgetown Theatre Company’s annual talent showcase on Sunday.

Say something stars Kim Fester, Jaydine Ross, Lucian Daniels and Marian Volkwyn. The play is part of the programme of the Bridgetown Theatre Company’s annual talent showcase on Sunday.

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Bridgetown Theatre Company (BTC) will be hosting its annual talent showcase at the Joseph Stone Auditorium in Athlone on Sunday at 15:00.

The two-hour show will offer an afternoon of comedy, drama, dance and music.

First on the bill is BTC’s young members with their original musical revue, Hashtag#us. Through hip-hop dancing, rap and current songs the musical shows that love overcomes evil for two star-struck lovers.

The show stars Chelsea Pedro, Abduragmaan Adams, Wade Petersen, Kaylam Jacobs, Ashlyn Daniels, Caelina-Joy Charles, Nicole Ross, Wyden Adams, Dillon Thompson, Tanya Johnson, Kim Abrahams and Clint van der Broeck.

The musical will be followed by the controversial Say something, a story about a family scandal that centres around sexual abuse. The abuse is perpetrated with the knowledge of family members, but everyone is too afraid to report it.

Say something stars Jaydine Ross, Lucian Daniels, Marian Volkwyn and Kim Fester, who also co-directed the piece.

The afternoon programme will end on a funny note with BTC’s new comedy Load shedding.

The story is based on the question: “What if 10 hungry and angry men and women experience a power failure on the night of the finals of their six-month-long weight loss competition?”

The play stars Pam Samuels, Sharifa Wagner, Fowzia Khan, Carmen Mentor, Zelda Hintsa, Marian Volkwyn, Kim Abrahams, Dawn Duarte, Wyden Adams, Kaylam Jacobs and Caelina-Joy Charles.

The afternoon will also include a performance by ballroom champions Gabrielle Arendse and Harun Maart, guitarist and singer Valentino van der Schyff, singer Basil Isaacs and Stephanie Singh’s Rylands-based Aphrodite Belly Dancers. V

Tickets cost R50 each. Call Zelda Hintsa on 081 309 4195 or visit the Bridgetown Theatre Company page on Facebook for more information

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