MEMORY is a story for all ages that speaks about the universal impulse of loving animals.
They say that somewhere in Africa the elephants have a secret grave where they go to lie down, unburden their wrinkled gray bodies, and soar away, light spirits at the end. – Robert R. McCammon
MEMORY is a truly African story. It has been created for a purpose to allow the public into why man has hunted/hunts the elephant. Using equal demographics and four part harmonies to original music throughout the show, MEMORY has been well received by all aged audiences especially for the well-known Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi’s highly detailed animal passion images. It is like going to a real life zoo in the safe space of the theatre.
- 45 minutes
- Recommended Age:
- No min or max grade set
- Recommended Grade:
- Grade 7 (max) No min grade set
- English (first language) No second language listed.
- Curriculum Connection:
- Creative Arts, Dance Studies, Dramatic Arts, Life Orientation/Life Skills, Natural Sciences
- Themes Covered:
- Creativity, Environmental awareness, Imagination, Loss, Relationships