Showstopping production at auditorium this month

2016-06-07 06:00
       Performers of the upcoming production by KZN Dance Centre - 'Showstopper'. Photo: supplied

Performers of the upcoming production by KZN Dance Centre - 'Showstopper'. Photo: supplied

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KZN Dance Centre, owners Kim and Bonnie Hayman, are to entertain with their latest production Showstopper 2016 on 15 to 17 June at 6.30pm with a matinee show on 16 June at 2.30pm at the city hill auditorium, Hillcrest.

Speaking to the Fever Hayman says that Showstopper 2016 is a production that involves pupils from ages two to 26, which showcases their hard work.

The cast consists of 210 pupils and the community is urged to attend.

“We always have rave revues on how our ‘children’ manage to look so professional. This definitely is not your average concert. It will be an exciting and entertaining night out. We don’t usually have too much entertainment in Hillcrest so this is a perfect opportunity for those who love the theatre,” said Bonnie.

Bonnie encouraged those that want to take up dance to not procrastinate and go out and live their dream.
“We don’t only teach children how to dance, they will learn many life skills as well, including discipline, deportment, time management and so more.
“We have a full timetable of classes from ballet, modern, tap, hip-hop and break dancing as well as adult Zumba and Pilates classes. The studios are open Monday to Saturday.”

Tickets for the show are R120 for adults and children 12 and over, R100 for pensioners and children under 12. Children four and under on laps, no charge.
“The funds are used to cover the staging of a production this size - paying for the venue, sound, lighting, and animation projection costs, draping, etc. We are also erecting a 9m by12m stage.
“In addition we are going to this huge expense and extravagance as we want to give the children a feel of ‘theatre’. How wonderful to be able to have it local as opposed to heading off to Durban,” said Bonnie.

To book tickets, contact Bonnie on 082 782 9717 or email

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