The very best Drama Departments of High schools around Johannesburg enter FEDA each year.
2022 will be our 19th year!
FEDA Pty Ltd reg 2013/050047/07
DATES: 17-29 May 2022
The true purpose of arts education is not necessarily to create more professional dancers or actors. It is to create more complete human beings who are critical thinkers who have curious minds and who can lead productive lives. KELLY POLLOCK
” The future of our nation depends on our ability to create and be creative. During the coming decades our most important national resources will be human resources. If our nation is to continue to meet the challenges of the future, today’s schools need to develop creative leaders”
From Performing Together The John F Kennedy Centre for the Performing Arts”
FEDA MISSION STATEMENT
FEDA is a one act play festival for High School students held every year in Johannesburg in May and adjudicated by professional theatre practitioners.The primary market is High School students and teachers and parents.
FEDA’s objective is to provide a safe and celebratory platform for young artists and theatre makers to produce, direct and create exciting theatre.
and also ………………….
To give a voice to the next generation to start critical conversations
To grow theatre audiences and tap into the energy of our youth to change our perceptions.
FEDA is sponsored by EASY EQUITIES and ITOO and BUSINESS ARTS SOUTH AFRICA. ( BASA)
We thank them for their support!
The FEDA (of Excellence in Dramatic Arts) is held at the Fringe Theatre at the Joburg theatre complex in May each year.
The very best Drama Departments of High schools around Johannesburg enter each year. This is the 19th year we have held it.
The Festival was launched because there are many outstanding High School Drama Departments who did not have a platform to showcase their work. . Dramatic Arts is the fastest growing subject in Education and is a Higher Grade subject. The standard of work at FEDA is incredibly high.
The prize for the winning play is a cash prize of R10 000.00. We also make every attempt to find platforms for our winning plays to perform again.
Our trophies are hand made by a wire art expert. His name is John Mkwane and he works on the corner of Oxford and Rudd road.
The festival is run by Phillipa Sandilands and Janet Baylis. Certificates and nominations are given to the schools after the festival. Check out the Fedafestival face book page for more information.
Tickets are available from the Joburg Theatre website at www.joburgtheatre.com. R120.00
Please read the Rules on this web page for more important information.
Trophies and Certificates
Best Original Production
Best Original Production
- St. Benedict’s College
- Kingsmead College
- Curro Aurora
- Crawford College Lonehill
- Maragon Private Schools
- King David Victory Park
- Beaulieu College
- St Andrews school for girls
- St Stithians Girls’ College
- Helpmekaar Kollege
- Scared Heart College
- St Mary’s School, Waverley
- St John’s College
- St Teresa’s
- St Stithians Boys’ College
- Greenside High School
- Lebone II – College of the Royal Bafokeng
- Reddam House Waterfall
- Pecanwood College
- Afrikaanse Hoër Meisieskool
- Hyde Park High School
- Redhill School
- Crawford College Sandton
- The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls
SPECIAL THANKS TO:
THE ADJUDICATORS OF THE ORIGINAL WORKS FESTIVAL:SYLVAINE STRIKE
THE ADJUDICATORS OF THE PUBLISHED WORKS FESTIVALNAT RAMABULANA
THE ADJUDICATORS OF THE FINAL NIGHTISMAIL MOHAMMED
JOHANNESBURG THEATREThe staff of the Fringe theatre for their professional expertise and assistance.