BBC Award winning Playwright, Amina Misa Amoah, is co-directing Heritage Theatre series's first play titled "Wogbɛ jɛkɛ": The Birth Of A Nation, with Abdul Karim Hakib, a lecturer at The School of Performing Arts, UG.
The judge for BBC African performance competition in 2004, is known in Ghana for her role in Kwaw Ansah's "Love Brewed In The African Pot" and Heritage Africa. She has also acted in Shirley Frimpong Manso's Adams Apple series.
Amina is a seasoned playwright whose plays have won the BBC African performance competition a number of times.
Wogbɛ Jɛkɛ: The Birth Of A Nation, is a theatrical spectacle that relies on dance, music, poetry and drama to capture the transition of Ghana from ancient times to 1957.
The play, written and produced by Chief Moomen, and sponsored by Unilver Key Soap, is set for the 4th and 5th of July, 2015 at the National Theatre. 4pm and 8pm each day. Rehearsals are currently ongoing and the producers are confident that they would stage what would be an exciting and epic performance.