Over the next three months, the Bridgetown Theatre Company will perform Teach One 2 Teach All at halls, schools and community centres across the city. The production is a collection of three 20-minute plays about issues affecting young people. High on Life, directed by Noxolo Sipondo, is a musical dance drama that deals with youth threatened by gangsterism and drugs. A Mother’s Love, directed by Carren Davids, is a drama dealing with sexual abuse; suicide; and racial and religious tolerance at school. U bully, directed by Meagan Booysen, is a physical theatre drama dealing with bullying at schools. All three shows, which are written and produced by Theo E Davids, are interactive and there is a Q&A afterwards. During the intervals, audience members can take part in two-minute talent shows and win a prize. The productions will be at Scottsdene recreational centre, on Monday October 2, at 11am and at the FF Erasmus recreation centre in Scottsville, on Tuesday October 3, at 1.30pm. More productions will follow at City of Cape Town community centres, during the December school holidays. For more information, call 082 5363651 or visit the Bridgetown Theatre Company Facebook page. Pictured are the cast members of Teach One 2 Teach All. They are, back from left, Carren Davids, Rhyno Domingo; Meagan Booysen. In front are Kim Bowers; Thembalethu Zwele; Zimkita Mzimba and Noxolo Sipondo.