‘Celebration’ show on the pulse

2016-03-29 06:00
Some of the Pulse Entertainment performers are from left Sedica Salie, Martinique Bayman, Cealina-Joy Charles, Tanya Johnson and Matthew Poole. In front is Nadine Koopman.

Some of the Pulse Entertainment performers are from left Sedica Salie, Martinique Bayman, Cealina-Joy Charles, Tanya Johnson and Matthew Poole. In front is Nadine Koopman.

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The Bridgetown Theatre Company (BTC) will launch its latest endeavour in partnership with choreographer Joeline Daniels at the Community Chest Carnival in Maynardville Park on Saturday afternoon.

This partner venture, a musical revue called Celebration, is the first show by Pulse Entertainment.

Joeline has been a part-time teacher of dance, drama and music to children of all ages for the last decade. Through her teaching she met many talented young performers whom she feared would never get the chance to realise their true potential.

With this in mind, she launched Pulse Entertainment, a training school and professional company for actors, dancers and singers.

“My wish was always to see people from diverse backgrounds and talents come together to create amazing musical theatre,” Joeline explains.

Pulse Entertainment already has 100 training performers and seven professional company members.

Joeline’s background training is in musical theatre, as she graduated from the Waterfront Theatre School. She has always dreamed of taking the discipline to new artistic heights, “especially on the Cape Flats with its abundance of multitalented performers who have not yet been discovered”.

BTC chairperson Vernon Piedt explains that his theatre company will be supporting Pulse Entertainment by producing shows, helping to secure work and by serving as mentors.

“In this manner BTC is paying it forward by empowering another performing arts organisation with similar aims and objectives.”

Celebration has been written, produced and choreographed by Joeline with Mathew Poole as co-choreographer. The show is described as “a highly polished and slick exhibit of pulsating dance moves completed by breathtaking singing”. V Celebration will be on stage at the Community Chest Carnival in Maynardville Park on Saturday at 15:30. Call Joeline on 073 324 5041 for more information.


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