Following up on the success of their previous dance production, ‘Come Together: The Beatles Covered / Uncovered’, the Luitingh Alexander Musical Theatre Academy – LAMTA – presents their new dance production VINTAGE JUKEBOX at Theatre On The Bay from 14 to 24 June, 2023.

Vintage Jukebox celebrates the spirit of the Roaring Twenties and welcomes you to the era of the speakeasy, flappers, prohibition and jazz music! The show features a large cast of talented LAMTA triple threat student performers and showcases the choreography of some of South Africa’s top talent; Michelle Reid, Sean Bovim, Jared Schaedler, Adele Blank, Liam Gillespie, Shameelah Kinnear, Brigitte Reeve, Robin van Wyk, Duane Alexander and Ashley Searle.

It’s a high-octane, nostalgic, retro-journey through the music and culture of the 1920s – but with a 21st century twist. From reimagined contemporary tunes to jazzy ballads and bluesy vocals, the show offers something for everyone and promises to be another exhilarating evening at the theatre.

(Left to right) Leah Mari, Nandipa Nyivana, Ghia Hough, Austin Tshikosi, Miguel di Sampaio, Naoline Quinzin, Anina Wall, Michelle Junker, Sarah Wolhuter, and  Bradley Smith.

According to LAMTA Director, Anton Luitingh, the show is sure to appeal to both fans of 1920’s culture and to newcomers of the genre alike. “We’ve worked hard to create a production that captures both the spirit and energy of the era, whilst also bringing our own fresh and innovative approach to the choreography and staging”. “Whether you’re a die-hard Baby Boomer or a curious Millennial, we guarantee that you’ll be bopping your head, tapping your feet, and humming along as you are swept into the world of VINTAGE JUKEBOX”, says Luitingh.

The production will run from the 14 to 24 June 2023, at Pieter Toerien’s Theatre on The Bay in Camps Bay.

Tickets for VINTAGE JUKEBOX are now on sale through Webtickets or the theatre box-office on (021) 438-3300/1.

Don’t miss this opportunity to dress up in your best Gatsby gear, enter our Speakeasy, and celebrate one of the most decadent decades of the 20th century.

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