"Thank you for the invitation, it's nice to be connected. Hope all is great for you and yours. Let me know if I can assist you with your endeavors. Wishing you only the best always!
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"Hello Sheela, what a fabulous treat to come back here and see your invitation. It is so great to see you here as well. You rock.....wishing you perfect health, perfect abundance and perfect love for the New Year.
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Internationally renowned, multi award-winning artist Sheela Langeberg is one of the most influential and written about Africans in Australia today, as well as one of its most prized artistic and cultural treasures.
Born, raised and educated in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, with additional studies in Scandinavia, she now makes Adelaide her home and the new center of her worldwide creative ventures.
Sheela has written, composed and produced five music albums, a book, 62 stage productions for all ages, and has toured around the globe. Her vibrant, captivating performances are the reason that she's continually adding new venues to her already frequent repeat appearances, year after year.
Sheela's creativity is matched only by her inexhaustible on-stage energy, as she often tours with 2-3 productions at one time. Intertwined with her demanding performance schedule, Sheela conducts immensely popular dance/drama workshops, using her own deep and unique writing style, and mastery of movement to inspire participants to birth their own unique artistic self-expression.
And that's only the beginning of Sheela's remarkable story...
“…she’s simply sheer theatrical magic” Samela Harris, THE ADVERTISER
“… She has a grace of a gazelle and a smile as big as Africa itself” Peter Goes, THE ADVERTISER
“…a riveting tale told by a captivating performer”, MIRROR
“...”more energy than most actors give on their best nights” MIRROR
“…it’s virtually impossible to take your eyes off Langeberg when she’s on stage” MIRROR
“…not the sort of yarn you get to hear every day, or year for that matter” Matt Radz, THE GAZETTE
“…it provides a priviledged glimpse into disappearing tribal culture” Don’t miss it.”Amy Barratt, MIRROR
“…this is a deeply textured tale told in the simplest of ways” “captivating and compelling”
Gaetan Charlebois, HOUR
“…absorbing and equally fascinating to watch” Myron Galloway, THE SUBURBAN.
Hello Sheela, what a fabulous treat to come back here and see your invitation. It is so great to see you here as well. You rock.....wishing you perfect health, perfect abundance and perfect love for the New Year.