MARILYN MOVES HEARTS OF MANY

BY Mrs A. Peltason

The show from Marilyn with Love played to a packed audience of appreciative parents, grandparents, younger –and older – siblings, and many friends of Riebeek College. Based around music of different eras in musical history, and built on clever choreographing of movement, using every girl in the Junior School (and their teachers), from start to finish the show was an energetic romp.
Making use of the angelic voice of our own Cathy-Jane Mintoor, who came to Riebeek from teaching the Drakensburg Boys’ Choir, and the thrilling chords and voice arrangements of Riebeek’s Anton Calitz, there was a delightful balance to the evening, the solo performances punctuating and highlighting the offerings of each of the respective grades.
The show opened with a dance and movement presentation of Radio Gaga by one of the Grade 7 classes, introduced by Mrs Woods.  This was followed by Miss Mintoor who gave a charming rendition of Over the Rainbow from The Wizard of Oz.
It was then the turn of the little grade 4s who showed us that it is always Better when I am Dancing, the Meghan Trainor hit, moving to the rhythms with great skill.  Before the Grade 6 group ‘Bieberized’ the audience with two songs, What do you mean? and Sorry, Mr Anton Calitz inspired with a moving version of Say Something. Later the audience joined voices with him in the choruses to the Bob Marley hit Three Little Birds, reminding us not to worry about a thing.
The staff number from Grease was memorable with Mrs Woods and Mrs Stear taking centre stage. For those familiar with the moves of the fifties and sixties, their performance was pretty authentic, as were the side-splitting antics of Danny Zuko in the person of Mr Basil Jonas, and his pretty little Sandy, ably performed by Mrs Theresa Woods. These two really had the moves. The rest of the staff made up the dormitory scene from Grease in an indescribable and bizarre array of bed wear, accompanied by hot water bottles, curlers and teddy bears.
After interval Miss Cathy Jane Mintoor entertained us with a  song from one of Disney Studio’s most famous, recent, animated movies, For the first time in forever from Frozen This introduced the eagerly awaited Grade 5 offering of Let it go, a song by Idina Menzel from the same show.  Very cleverly staged and choreographed, the Frozen episode was a delight to eye and ear, and when rotund little Olaf made his entry close to the end of the song, every anticipation was met: the snowballs, the snow flakes, the highly accomplished Elsa, and her two handmaidens, all rose to the occasion.
After Miss Mintoor’s rendition of Somewhere out there from An American Tale, The Grade 7Rs presented a wonderful visual display to the music of Uptown Funk, which took some parents back a few years, but the piece de resistance was the Michael Jackson clip, featuring The way you make me feel presented by some highly skilled and very talented dancers. Some of the moves and poses were truly unforgettable, and special mention must be made of the virtuoso performance by Jamie Lee Swanepoel, whose MJ impersonation blew us all away.
The finale was a display of discipline and good management with the entire cast successfully repositioned on stage for the send-off. All this was done quietly and with precision. When the show was over there was an air of unwillingness to leave among the audience and it was only after Mrs Woods came out to announce: “That’s all folks. You can go home now”, that the audience reluctantly moved towards the exits.  The show finishes tonight, 21st June, after its third performance.
 

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 June 22, 2016
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Review of "From Marilyn, with Love"

BY Jessica Schoeman

From Marilyn, with love Review
There is only one way to describe an outstanding performance such as From Marilyn with love: Oscar Worthy. The calibre of the performance by the junior school was what could be expected of professional actors and they were all dressed to impress. With guest appearances from Meghan Trainor, Queen Elsa, Princess Anna and Olaf the Snowman, Michael Jackson, as well as a recreation of Grease by the teachers, it was truly a night to remember.
First up, the Grade 7s dazzled with their performance to Radio Ga Ga, by Queen. With a wonderful introduction by Mrs Woods, the audience anticipated greatness and were not left unimpressed. The Grade 7s danced with much enthusiasm and audience members were either singing along to the music or bobbing around in their seats, wishing that they could also be involved in the dancing.
The adorable Grade 4s drew the audience into a dream of a little girl and were all bright shining stars as they effortlessly danced around the stage to Meghan Trainor’s Better When I am Dancing. It was extremely cute and amazing to see how the babies of the school enthralled the audience and showed how brave they were to put on such an extraordinary performance. Rebecca Wilkinson, who played Meghan Trainor, says “I loved performing for all of the parents. It was very exciting! Every day was so much fun practising for this special concert for Mrs Woods’ farewell. The concert is very inspiring and was a beautiful farewell to our principal.”
The Grade 5s presented the winter wonderland of Frozen to the audience. It was absolutely amazing to watch them, and one felt as if they had stepped into their TV whilst watching the movie, as the Grade 5s put on such a realistic performance, not to mention how super cute they were.
The Grade 6s amazed everyone with their fantastic play about class time and dances to Justin Bieber’s What Do You Mean and Sorry. It was delightful to watch them joyfully and energetically act out their play and then dance to the music, which perfectly fit into the scenes of the play.
The Grade 7s once again, put on an indescribably wonderful rendition of dances to Uptown Funk by Bruno Mars and The Way You Make Me Feel by Michael Jackson. The Michael Jackson dance was so well done that it was possible to believe that you were really at one of his concerts.
The Riebeek teachers also gave outstanding performances. Miss Mintoor gave phenomenal performances of Disney songs, including Somewhere over the Rainbow from the Wizard of Oz, For the first time in Forever from Frozen and Somewhere out there from An American Tale. The audience was left hanging on every note which Miss Mintoor sang. Riebeek is truly blessed to have gained such an amazing singer to our family. Mr Calitz left audience members speechless after his performances and many sang along with him. Almost the entire staff was a part of the Grease recreation and the audience was left in stitches laughing and the loudest cheers of the night were heard. Riebeek truly has talented and dedicated teachers.
Proud family members and friends of the Junior School learners could be seen showing their support for them and it was undeniable that everybody was enjoying themselves. Proud Mom, Belinda Wilkinson says, “It was a fantastic and vibrant performance. We could see the excitement light up on all the Juniors’ faces. It was obvious that the staff were enjoying themselves just as much! Many thanks to Mrs Woods!” No matter where you were sitting, siblings of the Juniors could be seen showing their support. Heather Wilkinson says, “I enjoyed every minute of the performance. It was clear that the girls had put in a huge amount of effort and hard work into the production. I was extremely proud and overjoyed to see my little sister, Rebecca, perform on stage. Thank you to the teachers and Mrs Woods for organising such an energetic and professional performance.”
It could be expected that many of the Juniors would be extremely nervous for the performance. This was not the case, as excitement overruled their nerves. Efua Mends-Brew says, “I wasn’t that nervous. I have had dreams about the performance and it was even better than I expected. I was so happy to see my sister and her friends in the audience.” Siblings were amazed by the talent which their sisters displayed and are extremely proud. Maame Mends-Brew, comments “I am so proud of my sister, Efua. She practised her routine over and over and she along with all the Grade 6s looked beautiful on stage. She even taught me a few moves!”
On the whole, it was a fantastic evening filled with much joy and laughter. Special thanks is to be given to the Junior School, teachers involved and especially to Mrs Woods. Although this is Mrs Woods’ last year at Riebeek, the legacy that she leaves with us will live on forever and we will be eternally grateful for all that she has done for us, and for Riebeek, she will be sorely missed.

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 June 21, 2016
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Jessica Schoeman

Inspiring Dreams at Riebeek

At Riebeek College, the 2016 slogan #TEK (Tolerance, Energy and Knowledge) has infused a busy, exciting school year.  This is evident in the variety concert “From Marilyn, with love”, on 20 and 21 June, a celebration of the many years that director and principal Mrs Marilyn Woods has spent on the stage of Riebeek choreographing and directing shows.  In Mrs Woods’ retirement year, the concert has been a great way to recall the memories of stage productions at Riebeek.
Mrs Woods said, “It has been lovely to work with the children as principals find administrative tasks take them away from the core of teaching – interacting with children.  I am immensely proud of my girls and staff who have embraced this concert with team work, talent and spirit. It is a fitting closure to my tenure at Riebeek to get back onto the stage where I have seen so many learners grow in self-confidence and make memories that taught them more than a lesson in class.
The show features each grade of the junior school in a unique number ranging from the Grade 7s thrilling Michael Jackson style and the Grade 5s evoking Frozen, the Disney movie.  The Riebeek Staff feature in performances by Mr Anton Calitz (a well-known, local musician), Miss Cathy-Jane Mintoor  (who previously worked with the Drakensberg Boys’ Choir) and our Grease Staff.
At Riebeek, “music nourishes the soul and inspires dreams”.

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from marilyn, with love

"From Marilyn, with love" will be staged on Monday 20 and Tuesday 21 June at 18:30 in our school hall. This show is produced by Mrs Marilyn Woods, the principal, as a parting gift to the school in the year of her retirement! The girls are really excited about performing in this delightful show of dance and music! We invite all parents, grandparents, siblings and friends to attend this show. The cost of the tickets is R30 per person and a tuckshop will be available during the interval. Tickets can be purchased from your Junior School child's class teacher. Senior School girls can buy tickets from Mrs Frost at the office. We encourage you to come along to enjoy the talent of our girls and staff.

 
 
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Back Row:  Kate-Lynn Forbes, Okuhle Ntshiza,  Shanique Scharnick

Seated:  Rebecca Wilkinson, Mrs Marilyn Woods

Front:     Sarah-Lee Thompson as Princess Elsa and  Naledi Mavata  as Snowman Olaf

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reviewing our show

BY The Juniors

From Marilyn, with love quotes by Juniors
Grade 4
“I love that everyone was working so hard and that we were successful on the two nights. I believe that every single one of us can heal the world, like not making the world dirty with litter. I will never forget the song I feel better when I am dancing and the first time I performed on the Riebeek College stage.” Ashleigh Sharnick
“I thought the concert was exciting! Every single Grade 4 practised so hard for Mrs Woods’ farewell. It was such a fun concert. Everyone joined in with laughter and their imagination, making the play come to life. Most importantly, everyone had fun!” Rebecca Wilkinson
“What I liked about the concert is when Meghan had to touch our hands and we had to scream. I also liked when we had to come down the aisle for the finale.” Khazimla Nkombisa
“The part I liked was when Okuhle came in and danced, even when the music stopped! Rebecca was a star! I loved her performance. I enjoyed my own part so much.” Olona James
“The best is that we had fun, all of us. I won’t forget that memory! We sang, danced and acted. It was fun!” Luthandolwethu Talamba
“I liked the way everyone danced. Rebecca did so well in her performance. I really had a fun time!” Nakeixha Hendricks
“What I loved about the play is that we had fun. I learnt that you should not think about what other say or think about you. I was nervous and excited for the concert!” Chane van Jaarsveld
“When the music stopped I learnt that we should carry on, even if there is no sound.” Celine Dinie
“I learnt about being brave. You should never stop believing in yourself. Love should be celebrated amongst others. Let your imagination lead you to an incredible place.” Poshika Ramsamy
“I learnt from the play, that you will always feel better when you are dancing. The words from Meghan Trainor’s lips are true! Have you ever realized when you might have had a bad day at school and come home, that you should dance? Well, this is what really hit me when I listened to the song… I thought way back in my tiny little brain and all the memories I have, have music or dance in them in some or other way. I am taking my love for the arts in a whole different direction. I will be starting dance lessons.” Gabriella Hardman
“I will never forget about the dance. It was something I had never done before. It was the best! Thank you Mrs VIljoen, I will never forget about it!” Inathi Befile
“The best thing about the play was that I was with all my friends! Everyone was smiling and there was so much laughter and joy on stage. We all had loads of fun! We might not know it, but we learnt more by having fun. All of us were nervous, but our play went so well! I really enjoy being at Riebeek. Us Grade 4s are really lucky to be in such a wonderful school where we can learn and have fun. So, dance, because you will always feel better when you are dancing!” Lana Peters
“It was the greatest play ever and I will never forget it!” Nyssa Kettledas
“In the concert I liked that I was a dancer. I also liked the theme or our concert and it was like performing at a real concert. I learnt that if you believe in yourself, you can achieve what you always wanted.” Linathi Nkomo
“I loved Okuhle’s dance in the play, it had the vibe! It is a day that I will never forget.” Qhayiya Kilani
“The best thing that happened to me with the play was on Tuesday night, when during the play the music somehow stopped. But, we learned that ‘the show must go on!’ So, we sang and danced on! Everyone was so proud of us. Our teachers and my grandfather said that it was amazing! The night was so incredible and was the best ever.” Tazmia Savahl
“At the concert when the music stopped, we kept dancing. All of us had fun on the stage!” Chandre Klue
“I enjoyed the play, it was really fun. When we were dancing, the music stopped. I was shocked, but we continued singing and it went well.” Lithemba Ngqamfana
“My favourite part of the concert was when the music stopped and we carried on singing. I loved when the audience clapped for us.” Linokuhle Mlengenya-Blow
“The best thing about the play was the teachers! We had a lot of fun!” Piper Potgieter
“We laughed and had so much fun at the concert!” Allyson Cunningham
“The best thing that happened was when we got our video taken last night! I learnt that even when the music stops, you should carry on.” Done September
“The play was fun and amazing. I was so nervous!” Siyolisa Dastile
“I was so nervous, but when we danced I felt better! I felt happy, so you really do feel better when you are dancing! I wish I could do it some more nights.” Emily Claasen
“My favourite part of the concert is when everyone stood up and danced altogether.” Apehelele Jack
“When we were practising our concert for the parents, it was so much fun! I will never forget it. We even got to use makeup!” Carys Bhange
“The teachers’ play was very funny. The part where Mr Jonas and Mrs Woods were dancing was the best!” Justine Clarke
“I will never forget our song because it will always remind me of Grade 4 and our wonderful teacher, Mrs Viljoen. The song was amazing and whenever I hear it, I remember those 2 nights of the concert.” Savuzwa Humata
“We wore the amazing #TEK t-shirts for the finale.” Emihle Gana
“The concert was awesome. The best part of it was Mr Jonas and Mrs Woods dancing. Everybody was laughing!” Logan Gibson
“I love the way that Mrs Woods can put together a well-organized concert.” Tatum Gray
“I loved the way that Mrs Woods was like a Queen Bee and helped everyone to put together an amazing show.” Teshnika Lewis
“I loved the part where the teachers danced! Even my stepdad said that Mrs Woods can dance!” Angela Miles
“I loved wearing all the #TEK t-shirts. Everyone looked very smart in the finale.” Kamvalwethu Qupe
“Mrs Woods showed that she really cares about each girl because she put in so much effort and the show was a huge success.” Simxabisile Tayi
“I smiled from ear to ear! I had so much fun and our play was awesome. Rebecca did an amazing job as Meghan Trainor and was so alive. The staff’s dance was on fire! Grade 5, 6 and 7 were absolutely amazing.” Buhlebenkosi April
Grade 6
“The teachers were running around preparing for the show and wanted everything to be perfect. The best was that they danced, too! They were so creative. We have the best teachers ever.” Sitole Alexandra
“The teachers’ performances were very funny. I loved when they all danced together.” Khanya Peter
“Our teachers pushed us to be the best that we could possibly be. Mrs Woods and all the teachers helped us with every step we took.” Ahlume Nxele
“Our play was amazing! I enjoyed it because it was so fun and fascinating. It was the most amazing thing which I have done in my entire life.” Lihle Thabatha
“The night of the play was the most beautiful and magical performance I have ever experienced. I was so happy when the crowd was cheering and laughing! We all worked really hard and in the end, it payed off.” Nikhita Kasmed
“It was amazing to see how excited the audience was. Thank you, Mrs Woods for this amazing opportunity.” Pholisa Madlavu
“Everyone was so excited putting on makeup and getting ready. We were nervous, but when we were performing, we reached every move which was awesome.” Kiara Keyser
“We could have not done this amazing show without Mrs Woods. It was a great experience and was magical.” C’enia Haarhoff
“The energetic concert which we had was all because of our loving Principal, Mrs Woods. It could never have happened without her. She is a very creative person. Thank you for the amazing concert, Mrs Woods.” Miacarla Tee
“Thank you Mrs Woods, we could not have done it without you. It was a fun, creative and amusing event. We are grateful for all that you have done.” Bilqees Vawda
“The play could not have happened without Mrs Woods. She really brought the play into action.” Megan Potgieter
“Mrs Woods worked really hard for the play. She put a great effort into the play. Thank you Mrs Woods for all the time that you spent with us. It was an amazing experience and we could not have done it without you.” Carly Erasmus
“Mrs Woods is so kind, intelligent, beautiful and awesome. She is the best dancer I have ever seen! I am sad that she is leaving us and I will really miss her. She is the best principal ever.” Siyanda Makalima
“Mrs Woods is a very delightful person to be around. The show would not have done so well without her. Mrs Woods is the best.” Pascalle Potgieter
“The rehearsals for the show created a strong bond between the students. The play was a great success and was very creative. Mrs Woods, you are a special and inspirational lady who puts others before herself and gave us something to look forward to.” Amahle Ntabeni
“The play was very exhilarating. I will always remember the excitement I felt on stage. The words ‘Grade 6 Play! Scene 1! Take 1! Action!’ will always be in my head!” Liqhawe Nxompula
“The junior school play was so much fun, even during the rehearsals!” Ingamihle Tyal
“The teachers were outstanding and hilarious. They impressed the school and audience. It was amazing to see them perform so well. They put on a mind blowing performance.” Racheal Akilo
“The teachers were very energetic and creative with their dance. They put in a lot of effort doing their dance and with the costumes.” Aluve Ndlovu
“It was the best experience of my life!” Monica Stokwe
“I think the Grade 6 play was hilarious and awesome. I thought that the teachers were the best.” Iviwe Majwela
“My most memorable moments were the Grade 6 dances, the staff dance and the Michael Jackson dance.” Azukiswe Jikeka
“The concert was a great experience and I learnt a lot.” Roshaan May
“What I liked about the show was the performance of Radio Ga Ga and the Michael Jackson number.” Asamkele Jantjies
“When I got on the stage, my heart was beating like a washing machine! I am so happy that all our hard work paid off.” Cheyanne Castelyn
“My favourite part of the concert was that I learnt dance moves. It was fun and nerve-wracking at the same time.” Avery-Leigh Kayster
“The show was amazing! I loved when we were dancing. My favourite part was Mr Jonas and Mrs Woods.” Lwando Hlulani
“I felt that with the play, the junior school had a chance to get to know each other better. Everyone was having fun. I really enjoyed the teachers’ number, especially when Mr Jonas and Mrs Woods danced.” Vuyolwethu Mxoli
“I enjoyed the concert, it was very fun. I enjoyed the teachers’ dance most. I was very nervous for our number, but it was amazing. Lots of selfies were taken!” Likhona Zonyane
“The concert was awesome, amazing and fun. My favourites were our play and the staff number. It was epic when we were all going wild with our dance moves.” Musa Dawetu
“My favourite part of the play is when my sister and I confused everybody! I learnt to not be scared when I am on the stage and I also learnt cool moves whilst watching other dances. I laughed so much when Mrs Woods and Mr Jonas were dancing!” Aphelele Kilane
“The play was very fun and I enjoyed every moment of it. My favourite part was when the Grade 6s and teachers performed. The play was amazing and I think that people are going to make the world a better place.” Kayla Minnaar
“The play was extremely fun and exciting. I had an awesome time on stage dancing and acting. I wish I could’ve held that moment forever.” Sarah McFarlane
“I really enjoyed the show. It made me feel like a very important celebrity, like my principal Mrs Woods. I gained confidence and lost my stage fright!” Neo Matsuso
“I really enjoyed the show and wanted it to last forever.” Nastassja Bezuidenhout
“I really enjoyed the show. I was not on stage as much, but I enjoyed helping out.” Lauren MacGorman
“The concert was an amazing experience! I loved that we got a chance to perform in front of everyone. I had so much fun.” Chrizney Butler
“I love dancing. I enjoyed dancing with my friends. I will remember the awesome teachers’ dance.” Avuyile Mbotya
“The concert was a great experience because I learnt how to control my stage fright. It was awesome and I loved every minute of it… especially the selfies.” Chwayita Hanabe
“I think the play was amazing and my family enjoyed it very much.” Khanyisa Butana
“The show was amazing. It was an awesome experience for all of us. I learnt that if we work together, we can accomplish anything. My favourite part was when the teachers danced.” Tenique Boswell
“The concert was amazing! Everyone worked together as a team and it was beautiful.” Sisipho Yose
“Both nights of the play were awesome. I got to bond with my class through singing and taking selfies. The most memorable moments were the staff’s dance and our play.” Zenande Daniels
“The show was amazing. We learnt so much like how to work together as a team, and much more. They were nights I will never forget.” Ammaarah Allie
“Both shows were nice and awesome. We would like to thank the staff and everyone who helped them. I think this was the best show ever. We will miss you, Mrs Woods. You are our cheerleader. The teachers were amazing on stage. Mrs Woods can dance even better than us!” Siphesihle Ngxenge
“The play was amazing! My Grandparnts loved the teachers’ dance. I got to spend time with my friends. I was scared, but when I started dancing, I forgot that I was scared.” Tinique Theron
“I think the play was very nice. The audience loved it. It was very exciting! I learnt that I should always co-operate because if I do, something good will come out of it. It was awesome dancing with my classmates.” Mbasalaz Bantom
“The play was a huge success. Everyone enjoyed watching out show. The learners had a lot of fun. It taught us that it is fun to work together as a team. We could not have done it without the teachers and Mrs Woods.” Kay-Leigh Wilmot
“The play was amazing! Everyone dressed up and danced. I think everyone enjoyed it. It taught us to heal the world and make the world a better place.” Lynn-Marie Nel
“I think that the play was amazing and fun. I enjoyed it when the teachers were dancing. I hope the parents enjoyed it like I did.” Yolanda Nyati
“The concert was a great experience. I loved it a lot. My most memorable moment was when Michael Jackson performed to ‘The Way You Make Me Feel’, the Grade 4s, the Grade 6 play and the staff dance. I hope we have many more concerts, very soon. I learnt that I have to co-operate for things to be perfect.” Simomhle Moss

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Riebeek College will be proudly presenting a variety concert on Monday 20 and Tuesday 21 June at 6.30 pm each night.  Tickets can be bought at the school office at a cost of R30 per ticket. This festival of fun, and a farewell, is a celebration of the many years that Mrs Marilyn Woods, principal of Riebeek, has spent on the stage of Riebeek choreographing numbers and directing plays.  As Mrs Woods is retiring at the end of 2016, it was decided that a concert would be a great way to recall the moments and memories of stage productions at Riebeek. The show is aptly called “From Marilyn, with love”.

 

Mrs Marilyn Woods, principal of Riebeek College, said, “I have thoroughly enjoyed the many shows I have been involved in at Riebeek.  It has been lovely to work with the children again as principals find administrative tasks take them away from the core function of teaching ”“ interacting with children.  I am so proud of my girls and staff who have embraced this concert and had a lot of fun deciding on what numbers to present.  Much team work, talent and class spirit has been evident as the corridors have echoed with the songs being practised on stage.  It is a fitting closure to my tenure at Riebeek to get back onto the stage where I have seen so many learners grow in self-confidence and make memories that taught them more than any lesson I could have presented in class. I like to remind the girls that, ‘music nourishes the soul and inspires dreams’ .”

 

The show features each grade in a unique number ranging from the Grade 7s thrilling with a Michael Jackson number and the Grade 5s evoking the Disney world of Frozen complete with a princess and snowman.  The Riebeek Staff are also getting into the spirit of things and Mr Anton Calitz (a well known musician and a teacher at Riebeek) will be performing and  Miss Cathy Jane Mintoor (a Riebeek teacher, a soprano who performed in the reknowned NMMU choir and who has joined us from working with the Drakensberg Boys’ Choir) will be performing a few memorable songs from several Disney Movies.

 

Back Row: Poshika Ramsamy, Jenna Mirams, Angela Miles, Zenande Zinto, Simxabisile  Tayi,  Emihle  Gana, Kassidy Lottering, Jade Afrikaner

Seated:   Rebecca Wilkinson, Kate-Lynn Forbes, Mrs Marilyn Woods, Shanique Scharnick, Okuhle Ntshiza

Front:    Sarah-Lee Thompson as Princess Elsa and  Naledi Mavata  as Snowman Olaf

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