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Sheppie High wows with Sister Act

The theatre production was a super success.

Port Shepstone High‘s drama department, directed by Lynne Raymond, delivered a powerful performance of the feel-good musical Sister Act last week.

The energetic production captivated audiences of all ages, proving to be a true crowd-pleaser.

The talented cast belted out gospel music, showcased impressive dance routines and brought the heartwarming story of Sister Act to life.

It wasn’t just female characters who shone – the production featured a diverse cast, including standout performances from Nsindiso Nzama (Grade 12) as ‘Curtis Jackson’ alongside Amalie Harel (Grade 10) as ‘Deloris van Cartier’.

Other noteworthy leading roles were played by Khanyisile Cele (Grade 12) as ‘Mother Superior’, Kaylen Peters (Grade 12) as ‘Monsignor O’ Hara’, Sameer Singh (Grade 11) as ‘Eddie’, Esihle Ngcobo (Grade 12) as ‘Mary Patrick’ and Zithobile Nzimakwe (Grade 9) as ‘Mary Roberts’.

Participation in the play fostered self-discovery, talent development and a sense of striving for excellence in all aspects of life. The collaborative nature of the production further strengthened the unity among the student body.

Khanyisile Cele as Mother Superior on stage.

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