The Naledi’s was a night of great celebration for The Movement RSA! Though most of the team stuck to dry-lemon and stayed away from the free wine (probably also because we had rehearsals the next day), we cried, screamed, hugged, did all sorts of happy dances, and even took some selfies, for Jovan Muthray winning Best Performer in the Youth category, and the team winning Best Production for Young Audiences for ‘Just Antigone’.

It was inconceivable that less than 2 years ago our team was meeting for coffee the first time to discuss a possible collaboration, and now we were together again with 2 Naledi’s in hand.

‘Just Antigone’ was the thing that brought us all together. We learnt a lot – about theatre, ourselves and each other. We travelled – literally and within ourselves, bonded in backpackers, fought in team meetings and gave our all to bring you the show – and so we are so grateful for your recognition.

The SHOUT-OUTS go to:

Everyone in the team (We did it guys!)

Our family

Our friends and partners

The Naledi judges (Obvious!)

The audiences who supported us

POPArt Theatre

Grahamstown National Arts Festival

Gita Pather and Wits Theatre

All the schools in Gauteng you supported us! (You guys are the best)

All the technicians who helped us along the way

Our fellow nominees and every artists living the dream. You guys are inspiring. Let’s keep up the good work!

For the ACTUAL SPEECHES, check out these links:

 

 

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