Magic created on Centurion stage

Grade 1 - Jared Taylor, Nathan Hardy and Nate Stroxreiter with their very own Wally, Morero Gumbi, hiding between the animals at the zoo

Southdowns College Preparatory school learners created magic on stage with their poems, songs and acting in their Where’s Wally choral verse recently.

The main cast of 12 actors, including their very own ‘Wally’, spent many hours learning lines and practising on stage. They then entertained the audience with humour as well as fun, while experiencing their journey with Wally at the zoo. The foundation phase teachers worked hard to ensure the venue looked magnificent, practised their class items and even dressed up as ‘Wallies’ for each show. And 5 shows in one week meant a lot of sweat, but luckily no tears. The 375 participants had such a great time.

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