Friday, 7 June 2013

Winners of 9th FEDA play festival!

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The finals of the 9th FEDA play festival were held at the Joburg Theatre on 26 May.

Five schools made it to the finals out of 36 productions so they were all 'winnners' in their own way. Crawford College Sandton was once again in the finals, joined this year by Crawford College Lonehill, Randfontein, St John's, and St Stithians Boys, all producing work of the highest calibre. Crawford College Sandton has been in the finals every year for nine years, having won the festival six times.

This year, the Drama Department had ten productions at the school, two of which made it to FEDA. They were Tal Assabi's production of Monsters and Kerri Ichikowitz s production of The Boy who Fell From the Roof.

Fiona Ramsay, Tobie Cronje and Desmond Dube were our external judges and George Mazarakis (the producer of Carte Blanche) attended. They were totally blown away by the standard of the work.

St Stithians Boys won with their production of Minedumps and Highways. Sydney Spracklen from Sandton College of The Boy who Fell From the Roof won the Fiona Ramsay award for Best Actress. Crawford College Lonehill won best Original Production for Lights! Camera! No Action!

We are immensely proud of our drama students and their hard work, and applaud them. Bravo! Encore!

Press release distributed by Advtech House.

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