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13 April 2015

Magnetic Storm's selected schools' project & sponsorship taken on this year is the Alexander Road High Producion SHREK! The Musical.

Magnetic Storm proudly associates themselves with productions of this calibre & a team with such passion.

They not only sponsor the needed equipment such as sound, lighting & audio visuals, they take it a step further.  Magnetic Storm, as their slogan states, Doing it Right by hosting workshops in that the students & cast themselves are trained to set-up & operate most of the production themselves, which commences mid this week.

This past weekend the cast enjoyed professional training & advice from UCT lecturer, theatre technician, voice artist, make-up artist, presenter, and the list goes on.  Paired with Alexander Road High's very own Minkie Grundill facilitating as a creaive & make-up artist.

To have such expertise on board across a wide scale within this production, it will certainly make for a visually exciting, enjoyable, unforgettable & brilliant production to look forward to starting at the end of this month at the Savoy Theatre.

Bookings at Computicket.  Click link below.

http://online.computicket.com/web/event/shrek_the_musical_pe/909645529/0/65278995 

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