By Anchua Naruseb
Playville Theatre School plans and activities to look out for!
Playaville is art just as described by the founder of arts and theatre school Peter Linyondi. Whether you are a fashion designer, photographer, actor, DJ, model or a make-up artist there is a place for you at the Playaville Theatre School to showcase and improve your talents.
Linyondi had the idea to start the arts and theatre school in 2005. Now, years later Playaville theatre school has grown into arts and performance school with even Dundee Precious Metals funding the school’s projects.
“Dundee Community trust has always been there since the beginning,” he says.
Secondary schools in Tsumeb are in for a treat this August as the school is set to make waves in the Oshikoto region. Playaville theatre school will be showcasing its actors in stage plays. The play will be based on sexual peer pressure amongst young people written by Linyondi himself.
“We have contacted the Oshikoto region education director so we can perform in the Oshikoto Region,” says Linyondi in which he promises that this is just the first phase. “Hollywood ain’t got nothing on us,” says Linyondi.
The Theatre School has big aspirations and plans to travel all across Namibia to showcase the arts and theatre performances for schools not only in Tsumeb but across the nation very soon.
“I need to be bigger; I can’t stay here forever.”