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 FIELD WORK PROGRAM

 

The Fieldwork Program is part of The State Theatre’s initiative to develop the performing arts and entertainment fraternity.

FIELD WORK PROGRAM

The Fieldwork Program is part of The State Theatre’s initiative to develop the performing arts and entertainment fraternity. The purpose of the program is to ensure that we develop youth in the performing arts industry, and an endeavor towards ensuring that the arts take their rightful position in the whole context of cultural heritage development, moral re-generation and entertainment.

The South African State Theatre complex was designed to showcase arts of every genre and houses a complete range of industry support services under one roof.

PROGRAM DETAILS

  • A presentation of a seasoned body of South African work during Mzansi Fela Festival in the first year.
  • Presentation of the group’s original work in the second year.
  • Attendance of workshops and master classes.
  • Attendance of productions at The State Theatre.
  • Lessons in Scriptwriting, Directing, Acting and Stage Production

 

 

 

History

The South African State Theatre saw the birth of, and was the driving force behind, the establishment of the performing arts in all spheres in South Africa. The Theatre today plays a leading role in the development of the performing arts, and is host to the colourful variety of entertainment found in the diverse cultures of our wonderful country.

The opening of the theatre complex in May 1981 was a milestone in South African theatre and marked the beginning of great things to come. In 2000 The Theatre re-opened as a receiving house and has been host to blockbuster shows like Cats, Sarafina!, The Phantom of the Opera, The Sound of Music to name but a few. The South African State Theatre has an important and necessary part to play in the daily lives of everyone and is definitely here to stay!

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