25- 27 March 2014. Glenwood School Hall. Tickets R30 scholars, R50 Adults. School Groups of 15 or more R25pp (includes a study guide)
Contact Ian Schoeman at: Schoeman@glenwoodhighschool.
co.za 031 205 5241 Or visit www.glenwoodhighschool.co.za
YOUNG PERFORMERS PROJECT 2014 - AUDITIONS NOTICE
Directed by Themi Venturas, the 13th annual PANSA Rainbow Young Performers Production for 2014 is Footloose – which re-unites Daisy Spencer (Choreographer) and Des Govender (Vocal Coach) the team that brought us Hairspray and Legally Blonde.
Auditions will take place on 26 April 2014
at Durban High School from 09h00 – 17h00.
We are looking for 30 talented young performers from KZN -
Footloose has approximately 13 parts for males and 14 parts for females.
We will also be seeking musicians to make up the ‘live’ band.
Applicants must be in able to sing, dance and act
Applicants must be available for rehearsal every weekend from
16 May – 22 June 2014
Previews and Performances are from 28 June to 13 July 2014.
Applicants must be available for the whole audition to qualify
Applicants must wear comfortable clothing / gym gear and appropriate footwear
Applicants are to bring their own refreshments – water / juice and lunch
Applicants must be prepared to wait between calls
For further enquiries please call
PANSA KwaZulu Natal Regional Coordinator: Nelisa Mzimela
PANSA office Telephone: 031 2014750 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for young white and indian people 18 - 25 years old. Must be available 29 / 30th March.
Contact Sherae for details: 074-572-0654
Last call for Filmmakers
DURBAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL CALLS FOR SUBMISSIONS
The largest of Southern Africa's film festivals and the most important film festival in Africa, DIFF hosts a film competition component and also presents screenings in township areas where cinemas are non-existent.
The festival will consider films completed in 2013 and 2014, and there is no charge for entry. All submissions must be entered via the Eventival online system. In order to submit a film you will need to create a visitor account if you have not already done so in past years. The deadline for all entries, including delivery of screeners, is 28 March 2014 for short films, documentaries and feature fiction films.
The extensive seminar and workshop programme featuring local and international filmmakers and industry professionals includes the 7th Talent Campus Durban (19-23 July) in cooperation with Berlinale Talent Campus, and the 5th Durban FilmMart (19-22 July) in partnership with Durban Film Office, as well as various other streams of programming including Durban Wild Talk Africa and Wavescape. Specific streams of programming for 2014 will include a focus on 20 years of democracy in South Africa, as well as films that explore architecture in various ways. This latter stream of programming acknowledges the World Congress of Architects which will take place in Durban in 2014, the week after DIFF.
"We look forward to once again receiving a wealth of top quality films from around the globe," says festival manager, Peter Machen. "We also welcome input from and engagement with current and potential partners who support the development of the film industry on the continent. It is through collaboration that we can offer film-makers and the public a festival of brilliant film and a worthwhile industry development programme."
The festival is supported by the National Film and Video Foundation, the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Economic Development and Tourism, the City of Durban and other valued funders and partners.
For more details visit: www.act.org.za
Hirsch's Networking Breakfast
Artisan Gallery in Florida Road invites you to join them for the opening of their exhibition
Date: 26 March
Time: 17h30 for 18h00
Where: 344 Florida Road
This edition by +Fred Felton