BTC takes to Artscape stage

2018-01-23 06:00
The BTC cast of “Teach One to Teach All” are (from left): Ziona Theron, Sinovuyo Gubula, Kim Bowers, Carren Davids, Zimkitha Mzimba, Luke Buys and Amy du Plooy.

The BTC cast of “Teach One to Teach All” are (from left): Ziona Theron, Sinovuyo Gubula, Kim Bowers, Carren Davids, Zimkitha Mzimba, Luke Buys and Amy du Plooy.

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Bridgetown Theatre Company (BTC) will be taking their production, Teach One to Teach All, to various schools across Cape Town.

This comes after they recently completed a six-month tour from June to December last year at several school halls, community centres, theatres and outdoor venues in Cape Town townships and suburbs such as Hout Bay, Dunoon, Hanover Park and ­Rondebosch.

“We performed at more than 60 venues, and over 70 000 youths, children and adults watched our three spellbind shows. We wish to extent a free invitation to any school that is interested in attending our performance at the Artscape Theatre from 13 to 16 March at 10:30 at no charge. We will provide free transport from the school to Artscape and back. The only criteria to be eligible to qualify for the above offer is that a maximum of 55 learners, including teachers, can attend the Artscape performance,” says BTC’s Zelda Hintsa.

Teach One to Teach All is an hour-long stage theatre production that comprises three individual shows of 20 minutes each. Each of the 20-minute shows deals with a specific topic and theme that is relevant to youths and adults and is told in contemporary language with which they can ­identify. All three shows are interactive. After each show, there will be a Q&A session to ascertain if the audience understood the stories.

“During the interval of our above performances, we will also host a We’ve Got Talent show where members of the audience can display their artistic talents in a two-minute showcase of dance, drama and music to win a sponsored prize,” says ­Hintsa.

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