Flatfoot dancers share their passion with St Anne’s pupils in Pietermaritzburg

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Dancers from Flatfoot Dance Company performed their new work, Park Spaces at St Anne’s Diocesan College’s Freedom Day celebration. The company has been working with grade 10 drama pupils as part of a residency programme.
Dancers from Flatfoot Dance Company performed their new work, Park Spaces at St Anne’s Diocesan College’s Freedom Day celebration. The company has been working with grade 10 drama pupils as part of a residency programme.

Members of Durban’s award-winning Flatfoot Dance Company have been sharing their knowledge and love of dance with pupils at St Anne’s Diocesan College in Hilton.

Sifiso Khumalo, Jabu Siphika and Zinhle Nzama have been doing four classes a day with grade 10 dramatic arts pupils, Lynn Chemaly, director of the Theatre at St Anne’s, said.

“It is a wonderful opportunity for the grade 10 girls, who have chosen dramatic arts as a matric subject to have intensive drama training that will generate skills and creative ideas for their future use in the subject,” she said.

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