ASSITEJ South Africa is a registered NPO (066-875), which operates as a networking platform for people working with or interested in theatre for children and young people. It aims to promote and foster high quality theatre for children and young people, to raise standards within the industry, to increase access and awareness, to be an advocate for the right of every child to arts education in schools, and to build relationships within the sector locally, nationally, across the continent and globally.

Members include: actors, musicians, dancers, directors, choreographers, theatre educators, stage designers and dramatists, as well as theatre companies, organisations and institutions, critics and cultural journalists, cultural officers, amateur drama groups, organizers, societies and other networks.  

Members are currently resident in Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, KwaZulu Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West Province and the Western Cape.

ASSITEJ South Africa works to promote international awareness of South African theatre for children and young people, through networking, organising exchanges, touring performances, and by facilitating contacts. Members are given access to a global network of information about festivals, performances, courses and seminars all over the world, with the potential to participate in these activities. 

It's flagship project, Theatre4Youth is hosted at www.theatre4youth.co.za

Get involved

Find a show

Apply:

Find funding:

ACT

 

Donate via GivenGain

@assitej_za@ASSITEJ_ZAFB 

 

 

Our Core Focus Areas

 

Examples of South African Theatre4Youth

Making Mandela Trailer from Hello Elephant on Vimeo.

Patchwork from Gareth Smit on Vimeo.

Behind the Scenes of Tree Boom Umthi by Magnet Theatre.

 

 

 

ASSITEJ South Africa is a registered NPO (066-875), which operates as a networking platform for people working with or interested in theatre for children and young people. It aims to promote and foster high quality theatre for children and young people, to raise standards within the industry, to increase access and awareness, to be an advocate for the right of every child to arts education in schools, and to build relationships within the sector locally, nationally, across the continent and globally.

Members include: actors, musicians, dancers, directors, choreographers, theatre educators, stage designers and dramatists, as well as theatre companies, organisations and institutions, critics and cultural journalists, cultural officers, amateur drama groups, organizers, societies and other networks.  

Members are currently resident in Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, KwaZulu Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West Province and the Western Cape.

ASSITEJ South Africa works to promote international awareness of South African theatre for children and young people, through networking, organising exchanges, touring performances, and by facilitating contacts. Members are given access to a global network of information about festivals, performances, courses and seminars all over the world, with the potential to participate in these activities. 

It's flagship project, Theatre4Youth is hosted at www.theatre4youth.co.za

Get involved

Find a show

Apply:

Find funding:

ACT

 

Donate via GivenGain

@assitej_za@ASSITEJ_ZAFB 

 

 

Our Core Focus Areas

 

Examples of South African Theatre4Youth

Making Mandela Trailer from Hello Elephant on Vimeo.

Patchwork from Gareth Smit on Vimeo.

Behind the Scenes of Tree Boom Umthi by Magnet Theatre.



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