Theatre/Performance: Borrowed Life, Mar. 6-8 2014 @ Michael Joseph Centre – Safaricom House

March 4, 2014 at 12:03 pm 1 comment

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Event details
DATES: March 6-8, 2014
VENUE: Michael Joseph Centre, Safaricom House
TIME: Thursday and Friday 7pm, Saturday 6pm
COST: Kshs 500. Call 0725 040 951 to book your tickets

Written by Seth Busolo, Directed by May Wairimu, Produced by Daisy Busolo and Samuel Kyama, Stage manager Charity Nyambura

Borrowed Life Synopsis
Melissa feels trapped, being married to what she considers her ‘slow’ husband. She gets even angrier when her younger friend and neighbor buys property, while they are still being held back by her husband’s “poverty mentality.”

She eventually tries to “invest” behind her husband’s back; however when the politician from whom she buys prime land demands for more than she can give, Melissa finds herself thrown into a web of secrets, and nothing could have prepared her for the downward spiral her life gets into, as her unrelenting quest to move on up turns deadly.

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Exhibition: by Salah Elmur – Sudan & Soad Abdel Rassoul – Egypt, Feb. 23 – Apr. 6 2014 @ Red Hill Art Gallery Party/DJ sets: Ten Cities Rooftop Party, Mar. 8 2014 @ The Mall, Roundabout – Westlands

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  • 1. Vivian terry  |  April 9, 2014 at 8:16 am

    i love your shows and am also an actor how can i join you?

    Reply

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