logan timbre

Logan Timbre matriculated at Glenwood House Private School in George 2013 were he won numerous awards including full colours for performing arts and performing arts student of the year. The same year he performed at many events in and around George. He modeled and performed for different stores at an event in Mosselbay and played a model in the Local film “Born to Win”. Logan went on to study Musical Theater at the George school of performing arts in 2014 where he received his Advanced Performers Diploma, Grade 4 in music theory as well as numerous tap dancing certificates. The same year he was cast as a lead in the 2014 June/July production of “RAZZLE DAZZLE ‘EM” at the Oakhurst Arts Theater. He participated in the annual Eisteddfod performing numerous solos, a drama project for which he received A+++ as well as honours for his tap performance at the Mosselbay dance Eisteddfod. At the year’s Gala event he walked home with the senior trophies for both vocals and drama. Throughout 2014 he performed at numerous events in and around George ranging from family markets to formal events for different companies and organizations. Towards the end of 2014 he was cast as a lead (James Chimes) in the annual pantomime “Beauty and the Beast” at the George Arts Theater. In January 2015/2016 he was an assistant choreographer/ acting couch for the annual Holiday Club (A two week workshop were the youth would be taught about all things theater). In April 2015 he was cast as Frankie Follicle in the Broadway performance showcase experience’s “Follicle the musical”. On the 16th and 17th of April 2015 he performed at the annual Cansa family day at Supersport park. On the 20th of April 2015 he opened for Mathys Roets at Die Blou Hond restaurant. In December 2015/January 2016 he was the opening act for Elvis Blue, Kurt Darren and Heuwels fantasties

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