Wynberg at the Shakespeare Schools Festival, 30 July 2014

Wynberg Boys' High School Acting Association at the Shakespeare Festival, Artscape 2014

Wynberg Boys’ High School Acting Association at the Shakespeare Festival, Artscape 2014; photos courtesy Tania Robbertze

Wynberg Boys’ Acting Association

Teacher in charge:      Mrs K Filinova-Bruton

The WBAA, in association with Wynberg Girls’ High is a Drama Society open to all pupils who attend Wynberg Boys or Girls’ High, grades 8 – 12.

This year’s WBAA will be taking part in Shakespeare Schools Festival for the 5th time, since WBHS pioneered 30 minute Shakespeare productions from 2009 when our society was established.

Young cast of mixed grades have taken on a challenge of creating a modernised version of “Much Ado about Nothing” under the direction of Mrs Filinova-Bruton and assistant Director and Wynberg Old Boy Michael Cheney.  WBAA cast again are given the amazing opportunity of performing on the Artscape stage on 30th of July alongside Claremont HS and Camps Bay HS. Other schools that are taking part in SSF SA this year are Wyberg High, Leap School, Sans Souci GHS, Herschel Girls School, Chirs Hani Secondary, Vista Nova and others, totalling to 15 schools in the Western Cape.

Shakespeare Schools Festival SA continues to thrive Nationwide, totalling to 40 schools and reaching impressive 1000 learners across four participating provinces in the country. For more info about the festival please visit www.ssfsa.co.za or book your seat to support Wynberg Boys’ High School performance on 30th of July at Artscape theatre. Book at www.computicket.co.za

Boys in the cast as follows:

Wesley Lerwil, Sean Cheney, Micaiah Christopher, Ross Trow, Aiden Katsef, Qinisela  De La Hunt, Ewin Lenders, Connor Jacobs, Thandizo Chigona, Siya Seneke, Pierre Issa, Husain Jaffer, Dylan Wasserfall, Cassie Robbertze, Liam Beardwood, Nicholas Moss, Joshua Edwards

Wynberg Boys' High School Acting Association at the Shakespeare Festival, Artscape 2014

Wynberg Boys’ High School Acting Association at the Shakespeare Festival, Artscape 2014; photos courtesy Tania Robbertze