A chorus line

King David High School Victory Park performers in their outstanding performance of A chorus line. Photo: Supplied.


King David High School Victory Park hosted musically-themed charity performances to enthused crowds.

The first performance, which took place on 23 March, was attended by schoolchildren of Esiyalwini Junior Secondary School, residents of Sandringham Gardens, Our Parents Home and Ekklesia.

Following the success of the previous year’s major production, Fiddler on the Roof, the school decided to put on the stage production, A chorus line.

The school’s marketing manager, Nirvana Rogers, said the decision to select this musical was based on the fact that it would give a large number of the school’s actors the opportunity to showcase their talents.

“This was a platform to showcase the music, dance and drama talents of the school.”

She added that the performers received rave reviews for their high standard of performance and musicality.

From 26 to 29 March, the school gave four more performances to standing ovations.

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