After 6 successful runs last year, Ghanaâ€™s epic musical theatre, â€˜Wogbe Jeke: The Birth Of A Nationâ€™, is set to return, revised and revitalized.
Wogbe Jeke is an exhilarating experience of music, dance and drama, that re-enacts the journey and settlement of major ethnic groups into the current borders of the country.
It is a colourful narrative of Ghanaâ€™s pre-colonial history featuring the stories of Kings, Queens and Legends; a celebration of the nationâ€™s culture and heritage.
Wogbe Jeke stages at the Amphitheatre of the University of Ghana (behind Commonwealth Hall on 31st March, 1st and 2nd April at 7:30pm each night.
The Key Soap sponsored production is created by Chief Moomen, one of Ghanaâ€™s outstanding young poets and playwrights, and directed by BBC award winning playwright Anima Misa Amoah and Abdul Karim Hakib, a lecturer at the School Of Performing Arts, UG.
The story continues in July at the National Theatre with a riveting play on Ghanaâ€™s independence struggle titled Wogbe Jeke: The Tale OF Two Men.
The production is powered by Bambu Centre in collaboration with Citi FM.