Bongolesizwe Tintswalo Theatre Project

Bongolesizwe Tintswalo Theatre Project (BTTP) is a programme within the Future of the African Daughter project (FOTAD), comprising of young people, who are post-matric and unemployed, between the ages 18 years and 25 years who have been trained in the performing arts. BTTP offers a comprehensive, albeit unique suite of solutions to the demands of internal and external communications’ requirements within companies and organizations by using gumboot dancing, drumming and other performance arts to inform, edutain (educate and entertain) and engage with the participants, hence every solution is infused with the excitement and joy of the performing arts. BTTP services include:

1. Industrial theatre workshops and performances

2. Team building activities, both at and outside of the office

3. Tailor made corporate entertainment, for client and staff purposes

4. Specialized information dissemination performances

All services are rendered by professional artists and facilitators. The services offered are to supplement and invigorate existing communications channels, and to create new channels of communication within your organization. The BTTP communications’ solution is focused on involving and engaging with the participants/staff. No prior knowledge or experience in the performing arts is necessary for participation, and BTTP will bring all the necessary equipment for the session.

No two companies have the same challenges, hence no one solution can be used for different companies. As such, the solutions which BTTP offers are flexible, according to requirements and individual budget limitations.

Past clients that BTTP has provided services for include Primedia, SANGONet, the Tourism Grading Council and Hollard. BTTP also performed at the 1st Touch Africa Tourism and Culture festival held in Beijing, China.

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