The Amphitheater of the Alliance Française D’Accra will be the place to be this Saturday, the 8th of April, 2017 as Village Minds Production is set to thrill lovers of Theatre to an exciting night of drama, comedy, poetry and music with their new play, Amale.
Amale in the Ga dialect means Lies. The performance, which is full of music, poetry, storytelling and biting sacarsm seeks to ridicule the laid-back nature of Ghanaians and question their gullibility. It will tell pockets of stories that is intended to create self-introspection and cause the audience to find their own solution to the problem.
Amale is the third production by Village Minds Production, following The Love of Mamavi and Homeless, staged in 2015 and 2016 respectively. The Production Team is under the leadership of Nii Ayi Solomon, a tourism advisor, poet, playwright and actor.Nii Ayi Solomon, Writer and Team Lead, Village Minds Production
Nii is ably assisted by WK Dziewornu-Norvor, the Technical and Artistic Director who is also an actor, poet and performer.
You want to know more about the tale of false truths? Grab a cool Thirty Ghana Cedis and let’s catch the Amale Train this weekend.
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