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Celebrating the year-end with a free show

Join NWDT as they empower through dance one more time in 2019.

The Nikhita Winkler Dance Theatre (NWDT), founded in February 2018, trains aspiring dancers from the age of 4 years and up in Hip-Hop, contemporary and traditional dance techniques. The vision and mission is to teach students the value and discipline it takes to become excellent; strong, flexible, educated and versatile
dancers, while exposing our students to local music and culture, as well as professional platforms to create, perform and represent Namibia as ambassadors of dance.

“Our students have a lot of promise and passion for dance. We promote our dancers in many ways, including but not limited to performances at the SADC Head of State summit 2018, Bakpro bread advertisement and a few of our star students have performed at the Namibian Championship of Performing Arts 2019, where we were
awarded three gold medals, ” she says.


Their Year-End Celebration, 5,6,7,8 Don’t be late! A Dance After Dusk show by Nikhita Winkler Dance Theatre is a production that promises a fun, engaging, relaxing, and entertaining celebration of dance, life and 2019. This showcase presents dance theatre, as well as the work the team have done in the Otjomuise community where they have been teaching since 2017. The project empowers vulnerable children who are affected by HIV/AIDS,
abuse and poverty.


The show will take place on Saturday , 23 November at 18h00 at The Kitchen, Freedom Plaza.

“It is a free for all, so bring your friends, bring your family, even invite that person you meet on the street. It will be a wonderful show after sunset where our youngest and brightest get to shine, ” she concluded.


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