African School for Excellence presents theatrical magic

| August 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

Recently, the African School for Excellence (ASE), located in Honeydew in Johannesburg, Gauteng, conducted a second performance of its play, The Shadow of Katlehong, to a sold-out crowd at the Johannesburg Theatre complex in Braamfontein, in the city centre.

The play was described as a hybrid, combining the conventions of musicals, Greek tragedy and modern realism to tell a powerful African ghost story relevant to the social context of ASE scholars.

Guests in attendance were charmed by the performers’ dynamic acting abilities and impressed by the fact that the play was written and directed by ASE staff members.

Said one audience member: “Honestly speaking, it was one of the most engaging, well-organised and performed school plays that I have attended. ASE truly has something magical taking place.”

Category: Spring 2015

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