Mohlomong ke Fapane – Maybe I’m different?

This is the story of a young girl named Dintle. The Drizzles are all good friends, and they all care deeply about each other. But Dintle feels different because of her HIV status, and she does not want anyone finding out about it! Unfortunately, that all changes when she and her friends have a play date and she gets hurt. Her friends go on a journey to try and help her, and to find out why she ran away when she got hurt. They go to King Lion to ask for help while he is hosting Tonny’s parents, Rajesh and Freddy, for dinner.

This online show is in Sesotho

  • Ticket Price: R80.00
  • Genre: Theatre
  • Duration (minutes): 34mins 9sec
  • Ages: All ages
  • Release Date: July 08, 2021 00:01 - August 31, 2021 23:59
  • Language: Sesotho, English

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PRODUCTION CREDITS

Producer, Concept – Marco Du Plessis
Designer, Editor – Susan Boot
Writer, Director, Vocals – Mathabo Annah Lehohla

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

To me, the sky is not the limit. My primary objective is to help others reach their full potential by inspiring them through the stories I tell and most importantly through the story of my own life. Therefore I have completed my degree in BA Dramatic arts so that I can use any and every art form I excel in to reach my goals. I am also currently completing my psychological counselling and Cognitive behavioural therapy programs, because we humans are a living, breathing form of art.
Here are a few things you did not know about me:
I was a nominee of the SAYA (South African Youth Awards) hosted by the National Youth Development Agency and was awarded 2nd runner up in the Extraordinary Champions (differently-abled individuals) category.
Directed and acted in a successful show; ‘Qhafu Qhafu’, written by Thapelo Moraka. The production premiered at the UP Kopanong annual Arts Festival.
Successfully completed my Drama facilitator duties appointed by the JCFI 2019 team based in Mamelodi Pretoria.
Became the NEA ambassador by receiving their NEA Ambassadors Award with a score of 98% in singing. I also sing! – Mathabo Annah Lehohla