Wogbɛ Jɛkɛ: The Birth Of A Nation will display rich Ghanaian culture and history, infusing legendary stories of historical personalities
Heritage Theatre Series presents Wogbɛ Jɛkɛ: The Birth Of A Nation, a play, written and produced by Chief Moomen.
Wogbɛ Jɛkɛ: The Birth Of A Nation, will tell the story of Ghana from ancient times to 1957 in a two hour theatrical spectacle of dance, music and drama.
The evening would be lit up with a rich display of Ghana’s culture and history, featuring the legendary stories of historical personalities such as Ndewura Jakpa, Yaa Asantewaa, Agokoli, Kwame Nkrumah among many others.
BBC Award winning Playwright, Amina Misa Amoah, is co-directing and Abdul Karim Hakib, a lecturer at The School of Performing Arts, UG.
The stage play is on Saturday 4 July and Sunday 5 July at the National Theatre with two showings each day at 4pm and 8pm. Rate is 5oghc and 30ghc for children for 4pm shows only.