Posts tagged ‘Sam Psenjen’
Starting on the 4th of April to the 19th of April
Venue: The Phoenix Theater.
Tickets at 500
Starring Joshwa Mwai, Sam Psenjen, Valentine Ziki, Vicky Gichora, Njoki Kagwanja, Brian Munene and Bruce Makau.
What makes us hold some people in high regard – and what makes us deny others the same? How do we act towards those we honour – and what makes us decide whether to look up to people or not? Are all people worthy of respect?
The Nest’s second Rewind Fast Forward event explores the instinct, contention and actions behind how we decide to treat people, focusing on where they come from and what they do.
Join the forum theater moderator Dr. Njoki Ngumi and the cast of Maggie Karanja, Millicent Ogutu, Olwenya Maina and Sam Psenjen on Saturday 15th from 2pm – 5pm and have your say!
Rewind Fast Forward – our forum theatre project moderated by Dr. Njoki Ngumi – returns this Saturday February 22nd, 2pm – 5pm at the NEST with “Money”. How do you negotiate for better pay or get what you are owed?
Join our amazing interactive theatre cast of Maina Olwenya, Millicent Ogutu and Sam Psenjen in exploring these conflict-prone zones, oppressive components and politics of paying and getting paid.
Entry is free!
The friends ensemble makers of super crazy comedies home is where your clothes are!, run for your wife and rumours! Invite you to watch husband caught in the net produced by Davies Lule Lule and directed by Ellis Otieno
Date: October 25-27, 2013
Venue: Alliance Francaise
Time: Friday 6.30 pm, Saturday 3, 6 & 8.30 pm and Sunday 3 & 6 pm
Tickets: Ksh. 500
Tickets Hotline: 0720 861 236 or 0733 720 585 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Strictly adults only!
This is a sad, but very funny story of Mr. John Waiganjo, a Nairobi based cab driver who circumstances have forced him to believe that Facebook was made primarily to destroy him. However, he is not going down without a fight.
Mr Waiganjo has two lives, complete with two different homes and two different wives, Mary and Barbara. Somehow, he manages to juggle them both without arousing suspicion.
His children, a boy and a girl from the different wives met in Facebook chat and their outstanding similarities have made them like each other so much, she has invited him home for tea.
Come and witness what Mr. Waiganjo is willing to go through to ensure that his daughter never gets to meet her “boyfriend” who is his son, and to ensure that his secret lives remain to be just that – A secret.
Cast includes: Lydia Gitachu, Sam Psenjen, Maggie Karanja, Joe Kinyua, Kevin Amwoma, Bernice Nthenya and Antony Ndung’u
Performance: Wit by Margaret Edson with Dan Aceda, Sahil Gada, Mumbi Kaigwa, Friday Muhinndi, Musa Mwaruma, Mugambi Nthiga, Njoki Ngumi, Sam Psenjen and Wangui Thang’a
Directed by: Nyambura Waruingi