Barefeet Theatre
Barefeet Theatre
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6 months ago

A non-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting the arts in Zambia.

Barefeet Theatre Lusaka is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting the arts in Zambia. This organization uses art as a tool to empower young people through education, performance, and social outreach. Barefeet Theatre Lusaka was founded in 2006 and has since then been providing a platform for young people to express themselves through various forms of art.

Barefeet Theatre Lusaka has been involved in various performances in Lusaka,

Zambia. These performances are designed to showcase the talents of the young people in Zambia and to highlight the social issues that affect their lives. Some of the performances that have been staged by Barefeet Theatre Lusaka include "Barefeet and the City", "The Street Dreamers", "The Elephant in the Room", and "The Wiz". These performances have been well received by audiences in Lusaka and have helped to raise awareness about important social issues in Zambia.

In addition to performances, Barefeet Theatre Lusaka also provides workshops and training programs for young people who are interested in the arts. These programs are designed to help young people develop their artistic skills and to provide them with opportunities to showcase their talents. Barefeet Theatre Lusaka is a valuable organization that is making a positive impact on the lives of young people in Zambia.

Address
Plot number 25985 Katima Mulilo Road, Olympia Olympia Park, Lusaka, Zambia
Website
https://bizbwana.com/orgs/barefeet-theatre/
Phone
+260 978 400990, +260 977 321639
Email
grace@barefeettheatre.org
A non-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting the arts in Zambia.
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Barefeet Theatre
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Barefeet Theatre produces a range of creative art performances using theatre, art, dance, music and creative writing to educate and support the development of children at risk of becoming disengaged from their communities into physically healthy, cognitively, and socially competent young people. Members of the group are former street children who now work in various roles within the group. Its award-winning performance company is the income-generating wing of the organisation.