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A series of misunderstandings and mistaken identities forces a family to confront the lies and evasions that have kept them apart for many years.
Dates: April 1-3, 2016
Venue: Phoenix Theatre
Time: Friday – 6pm & 8pm, Saturday – 3pm, 6pm & 8pm and Sunday – 3pm, 6pm & 8pm
Tickets: Advance – Kshs. 800, Gate – Kshs 1,000, Student with ID – Kshs 500
Contacts: 0792 651 308 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Written & Directed by Andy Ruri/ Executive producer – Kevin Otiende/ Produced – Lameck
Two very idealistic headstrong men; Patrick North, British diplomat and hostage and his Somali kidnapper Abdi, defend their world-views in this intense expose’ on extremism, politics and religion, set in a windowless concrete room in Somalia. Back in Nairobi, Elizabeth North fights for her husband’s freedom.
A diplomat’s wife has overheard what she thinks is a murder plot by her husband and his “lover”. She in turn plots to murder both her ‘cheating’ husband and his ‘lover’.
An Indo-Kenya comedy by celebrated Indian author and director Shubha Khote and Kenyan author and producer Abuto Eliud.
“Play for Change” is not the the classic theatre performance: the public is part of it!
It’s indeed a “Theatre of the Oppressed” performance, a technique of the Participatory Educational Theatre:
IF they wish, the audience can intervene, try solutions and propose new policies about life and challenges on human rights promotion in Kenya, that will be the focus of the proposed plays.
CHANGE THE PLAY, PLAY FOR CHANGE!
(or just sit down and enjoy what happens, you get involved only if you want to!)
FREE ENTRANCE, just book your place: email@example.com
Did you know that this technique has been used even to create new laws in some countries?
For more information about the Theatre of the Oppressed, click here:http://www.parteciparte.com/eng/forum-theatre
The performance will be directed by Olivier Malcor, from Participarte (http://www.parteciparte.com/eng/who-we-are#1)
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Opening: January 15, 2016
Dates: Until February 7, 2016
Venue: Phoenix Theatre
Timing: Weekdays 7 pm and Week-ends 6 pm
Charles and Belinda are an ill-sorted couple yet they were once in love. insanely jealous, Charles engages a privete eye, Julian, to follow her round Nairobi. Julian can only report that she is attached to someone. When the three meet it transpires that Belinda has fallen f or Julian. Deciding to mend a marriage, rather than break it, Julian banishes Belinda to her wanderings but this time to be followed by Charles.
Cast: Fred Murithi, Doreen Mwajuma and Joe Kinyua