The Indigen Theatre Company, a new entity that seeks to bring the wonder of musical theatre to life within a Ghanaian context, is staging its inaugural production ‘Born For This’, an original musical by Vako Tamaklo. ‘Born For This’ links the stories of three dominant Bible Characters- Ruth, David and Esther- in a fresh new way, bringing their journeys to life through the colour of music, dance and prose, and resonating the deepest cry of the human soul; Why Am I here? You are here for a purpose. You were made to fulfill destiny. You are’ Born For This’! https://ameyawdebrah.com/watch-exclusive-listening-beccas-unveiling-album-featuring-mr-eazi-kofi-kinaata-stonebwoy/ The event will take place on August 19 at the College of Physicians and Surgeons at 7pm. The Performing Arts, music and theatre have become synonymous with good entertainment, to a wider Ghanaian audience. Well thought through, planned and executed shows are appreciated more and more and that is what Indigen seeks to maintain. https://ameyawdebrah.com/5-secrets-ghana-jollof-nigerians-dont-know/ Tickets are going for GHC 50 regular and GHC 80 VIP and can be purchased at all Starbites restaurant locations, Koala supermarkets and Airport Shell. The formidable orchestral ensemble – Afro Maestros – will be supporting this musical theatre production and will also offer accompaniment to our Guest Opening Performer – Leah Hawkins – from the United States of America. Leah Hawkins is a Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist who sings with the Washington National Opera in Washington, DC.]]>
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