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CADO

Author: admin/14 November 2019/Categories: Festival, Musical

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CADO

 

Community Arts Dramaturgy Outreach (CADO) is a program that focuses on amateur community-based groups. CADO is a two-year program that includes 15 groups from various townships.  In the first year, groups are required to prepare and perform a South African published script, to help them understand existing works and the pool of writers the country has; in the second year the participants create their own script work. This programme is presented in partnership with The Tshwane University of Technology Drama & Film Department, which assists with the provision of fieldworkers and workshops.

 

The program plays an essential role in the development of arts in our communities. Groups are allocated a fieldworker, who are third- or fourth-year students who work as mentors and dramaturges throughout the process, assisting in preparing for the performance in the Mzansi Fela - CADO Festival.  In the first year, fieldworkers are required to do 24 hours of contact with the groups and 32 hours in the second year of the program.  In addition, both the fieldworkers and the groups are afforded skills-improvement opportunities through workshops in Directing, Stage Management, Business and Arts Administration and Script Writing and Development from industry experts. Further dramaturgy during the rehearsal phase and technical rehearsals are given to groups by quality controllers and the SAST EYCT team. The CADO program also invests in giving young people in the community groups a platform, as most will experience a professional theatre space for the first time through this program.

 


CADO

 

Community Arts Dramaturgy Outreach (CADO) is a program that focuses on amateur community-based groups. CADO is a two-year program that includes 15 groups from various townships.  In the first year, groups are required to prepare and perform a South African published script, to help them understand existing works and the pool of writers the country has; in the second year the participants create their own script work. This programme is presented in partnership with The Tshwane University of Technology Drama & Film Department, which assists with the provision of fieldworkers and workshops.

 

The program plays an essential role in the development of arts in our communities. Groups are allocated a fieldworker, who are third- or fourth-year students who work as mentors and dramaturges throughout the process, assisting in preparing for the performance in the Mzansi Fela - CADO Festival.  In the first year, fieldworkers are required to do 24 hours of contact with the groups and 32 hours in the second year of the program.  In addition, both the fieldworkers and the groups are afforded skills-improvement opportunities through workshops in Directing, Stage Management, Business and Arts Administration and Script Writing and Development from industry experts. Further dramaturgy during the rehearsal phase and technical rehearsals are given to groups by quality controllers and the SAST EYCT team. The CADO program also invests in giving young people in the community groups a platform, as most will experience a professional theatre space for the first time through this program.

 


 

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