Posts tagged ‘professional centre’
Opening Night: July 3, 2015
Until: July 19, 2015
Time: Wed- 7pm, Thur-7pm, Fri-7:30pm and Sat-6pm
Kindly note that the last Sat 18th and 19th July we have two shows 3 and 6 pm
A stark family portrait that in a light yet raw and honest way highlights the power of the dying and the tendency it has of bringing out the worst in those left to survive them Blurred Blood Sisterhood, Depth.
Dates: Until June 21, 2015
Directed by Eugene Oyoo and written by Cajetan Boy
CAST LIST: Mutinda Sarah- Josie, Yusuf Ang’asa-Felix, Brian Njaira- Wilson, Babra Gathii-Madge & Ivy Esther- Sasha
All girls together is a play by one and only Kenyan writer Cajetan Boy, who has a number of plays like Benta and many others. Benta was a play presented at Phoenix Theatre in 1999 and later published.
Cajetan late on wrote “All girls together” to tackle the issues of men as seen by women and will undoubtedly provoke debate!
Date: March 5-16, 2014
Venue: Professional Centre – Parliament Road
Time: Wed.-Thur. 7 pm, Fri. 7.30 pm and Sat 6 pm
Tickets: Kshs 500
Written by Brian Munene(Original idea by David Opondoe) and Directed by Millicent Ogutu
Opening: November 1, 2013
Venue: Phoenix Player Theatre, Professional Centre
Runs until November 16, 2013
Tickets: Kshs 500 and Students Kshs 300
Fickle thing, memory. Malcolm discovers how true his words are when he takes his friend Clive to a singles’ evening. Clive has just been left by his wife, while Malcolm is a confirmed bachelor . In the deserted hotel bar, to the depressing soundtrack of the next-door ballroom, they meet two recent divorcees; upwardly-mobile Julie and cynical, defiant Liz.
Malcolm is determined to break down Liz’s defences while trying to pair off Clive with Julie. But the women have a few tricks of their own, and Malcolm soon finds that life, like the evening, is full of surprises.
Opening Date: August 30, 2013
Play runs until: September 14, 2013
Venue: Phoenix Players
Tickets: Ksh. 500 | Students Ksh 300
Marcus a successful stockbroker has found himself saddled with a curious gift: he can see into the future. At first he can use this power to his advantage but his pleasure turns to terror when he finds his vision only extends a certain distance into the future. What lies beyond “the edge“ he sees coming rapidly towards him?
Date: August 17, 2013
Venue: Phoenix Players Theatre, Professional Centre
Time: 1 pm
Phone: 020 2212661
* Ingrid Berlanga is the Mexican political, commercial and cultural attaché to Kenya