Theatre: What Happens in the Night, May 13 2018 @ Braeburn Theatre – Gitanga Road

May 7, 2018 at 11:54 am Leave a comment


PREVAIL ARTS COMPANY presents: WHAT HAPPENS IN THE NIGHT.
Written and Directed by Kigondu Martin.

Having had a successful ran of ‘What Happens In The Night’ that saw the company stage it late 2017 in Nanyuki and Nairobi and in April 2018 – Prevail Arts Company stages the play’s final show at 3pm, Sunday 13th – Braeburn Theatre, Gitanga Road.

SYNOPSIS
The news makers go home too; the media personalities, the artistes and the leaders – those expected to give commentary on the times. What happens when the scandals they investigate and instigate follow them home? Roy is having a tough time at work as a news anchor, he lives with his sister Ng’endo, a nurse who has her own issues to handle. Don their father, an ex politician might have gotten himself in some murky business. Will their family and relationships stand the storm that hits their home? A riveting drama about a prominent family trying to balance their personal baggage with being in the limelight, while interrogating the on-goings of Kenya in frustrating times.

Cast: Marrianne Nungo, Bilal Mwaura, Shiviske Shivisi, Nick Ndeda & Salim Gitao.

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