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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Auditions, Shows, Acting For Rhinos and Beauty Queens we have it all



Auditions

Good looking people needed for Tv Commercial, male and female, comfortable wearing a costume, need to be available 25 June and 26 June, over 25 years.  Email sherae@gobigproductions.co.za for details

A theatre play that celebrates 20 years into democracy.Actors are to be available mid July- August 2014.
By Samantha Govender:
SAIARTMA productions extended call for actors:
Auditions at Stable Theatre (115 johannes nkosi street previously known as Alice Street), Saturday, 28 July 2014 from 12pm -3pm for the following outstanding characters:
* An Indian man in his mid- fifties,musical background a bonus,natural comedian,entrenched in the traditional way of thinking.
*An Indian female in her early fifties, a firm believer in Shree Sathya Sai Baba's teaching.She is traditional at home however she adopts a modern perspective to life being a working class woman.
*An Indian female in her late twenties,beautiful, dark-skin tone, talented in the performing arts.

Big Brother Africa Auditions

http://www.screenafrica.com/page/classifieds/jobsoffered/1643446-Big-Brother-Africa-casting#.U6bcnvmSyL0


WE WANT YOU!
Thousands of flyers have been handed out and ticket sales are picking up fast for our 'NOT THE GRAHAMSTOWN FESTIVAL!' Come preview some of our local shows that will be travelling to Grahamstown for the upcoming National Arts Festival right here on your doorstep, and share in some of the excitement. Durban offers up many a selection of theatrical gems which hope to add to this celebration of arts and culture. The funds raised will help with some of the costs that artists endure in order to have their works travel the long distance to Grahamstown.

The standard John Dory's and Spur meal options apply before the show, making your evening out more complete (see menus below). For regular updates on the shows that are on at the theatre, please visit www.catalinatheatre.com

If you have any questions or queries, please feel free to contact our box office on 031 837 5999.
NOT THE GRAHAMSTOWN FESTIVAL
Date: 20-22 and 27-29 June 2014
Price: R60 (show only
R120 (show and dinner at John Dory's or Spur)
R40 (pensioners, students and for block bookings)

Bookings: Via Computicket or at any Shoprite or Checkers store.Tickets can also be purchased on the night at box office, which opens two hours prior to the show, should seats be available.

DATES AND TIMES OF SHOWS:
Friday: 27 June
7pm - Ex- Men
Saturday: 28 June
11am - Super Mokoena
4pm - SoundGaze: Moving Images of Marie in Woyzeck
6pm - Ex-Men
Sunday: 29 June
4pm - Super Mokoena
6pm - SoundGaze: Moving Images of Marie in Woyzeck


ACTING FOR RHINOS
Acting for Rhinos’ is an exciting new project initiated by Eden College Durban and members of the Durban Theatre community. It is aimed at empowering South African and International school children as well as theatre practitioners to assist Project Rhino KZN. Professional and school based productions are an existing component of our rich South African culture.’ Acting for Rhinos ’provides the link between the Arts and Conservation. The basic concept is to challenge schools and theatre companies to donate R1.00 of each ticket sold of any performance staged. Creative projects can now make a significant contribution to our Wildlife heritage.

The ‘Acting for Rhinos’ participants will also be able to display the ‘Acting for Rhinos’ logo on their posters and promotional material. Participants website addresses will be displayed on the Acting for Rhino page of the Project Rhino KZN website. Regular updates will be given on the webpage of who the contributors are and how the money is being spent.

Project Rhino KZN (PRKZN) was established in 2011 by the KwaZulu-Natal conservation community to bring together government, private and civil society and create a province-wide, united front against rhino poaching and other wildlife crime threats. It supports and extends the work of KZN’s 16 leading conservation organisations and two associate members, with a focus on both reactive and proactive needs and has entrenched an ethos of collaboration and trust between state, private and civil society – something that has not been achieved by any other province in South Africa.

If your school is interested in participating in this worthwhile campaign, please contact  Micah van Schalkwyk on micah@projectafrica.com.


uShaka crowns their winners for 2014



Pictures caption:
Standing are the Mr uShaka and Junior Miss uShaka top 3: Nathan Van Wyk, Amy Stemmet, Tsepo Gumede, Alicia Terblanche, Vuyo Ngwabe, Siphesihle Ndlela
Seated: Miss uShaka top 3 are: Jodie Insel, Anele Nzuza, Nicole Bulose.
Picture: Val Adamson


This Edition by +Fred Felton 

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