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Arts & Culture Play - "CTA", set in South Africa

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Introduction

C T A Arts & Culture Play Scene 1 - Introduction N: In the year 2023, two years after South Africa participated in World War III, South Africa was going through an identity crisis. South African people were confused and did not know which Culture they were related to. So, the South African government stranded 6 South Africans, all of the most important Cultures of South Africa, on an island to see which Culture should be the Median in South Africa. All cast slowly paddle to shore and wash-up on the beach. All cast lie on floor before and during the narration. When narration is over, slowly get up..... SR: (Gets up and looks around, dazed...) Huh?! Where are we? Oh wait...we... we finally got here!! Hey guys wake up! Wake up! We're here, we're finally here!(Taps JJ) Wake up! We're here! Don't just lie there! JJ: Huh?! What?? We're where??? Oh wait! We're on the island! Quick, help me wake everyone up! It's time to celebrate!!!!! (SR & JJ wake up other cast members) KS: Wow! We actually made it here in one piece....awesome! But before we do anything, I think we should properly introduce ourselves. I'll start. My name is .... (All cast then introduce themselves) KS: Well, I think we'd better find out how were gonna survive here! ...read more.

Middle

MK: I can be a medicine man of our group. I will use my education in herbal healing to keep us healthy and alive. I can also treat wounds KS: Hey look down there! That's a superb place to live! It as shelter from the elements and it is convenient for our tasks! ALL: All right! Let's get started! Scene 4 - Working Together N: Well, let's see how our recruits are doing in their new home with their tasks. Firstly, let's take a peek on how our Englishman is doing. KS: Well, three weeks down the line, and I've created the basic structure for us to live in. This alone can protect us from anything.... well almost, but at the moment I'm renovating the existing house and adding some "nifty" features like locks on the doors. JJ: I'll go and see if I can find any fruit and veggies, then I can plant the seeds found in them, and then start a little fruit & veg garden for our temporary usage. SR: Hey boereman! Come over here! When you are done with the seeds, give me the fruit and veg. It will save us time when I need produce for more food. I shall now go and make some hot veggie curry for your kind souls. ...read more.

Conclusion

KS: No! Thank you! You have taught me how to hunt. Your skills contributed well to our survival here. SR: I have an idea! Why don't we have a cultural evening where all of us bring our cultural food. I can make us curry or chillibites. JJ: I will make biltong with Moses' help! LS: I can make us some traditional Zulu beer...eh! JR: How does Sushi sound?! MK: I can make us some sweetmeats. KS: With some of the wheat farmed, I can make bread SR: Then it's settled! We will have our cultural evening tomorrow!! ALL: HOORAY!!!!!!!!!! Scene 6 - The Cultural Evening N: The night of the cultural evening arrives, and the recruits are all psyched up for and evening of fun & joy. NOTE: All actions in this scene are only cues. No vocal's are written, but may be used during item. KS: Goes on and recites poem SR: Goes on and plays instrument. JJ: Plays guitar. MK: Sings a song. JR: Kung Fu piece. LS: Gum boot dance. N: The cultural soldiers found that it was difficult to find a culture to go by as the norm in South Africa, and so the decision was made to conclude the experiment by saying that it was impossible to find out what culture S.A. should be, and that they would tolerate each other's cultures and live in prosperity. All South African cultures are important in some way or another. $$$ %%THE END %% $$$ ...read more.

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