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AFRICAN RENAISSANCE THEATRE IN COLLABORATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF THETARE ARTS, UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA, PRESENT SLEEP SEF NA WAHALA IN GWAGWALADA, ABUJA

I love performance arts and you remember I have been attending these stage plays in recent times, I caught up with Pope Egbuche, of A.R.T and he told me the "Sleep sef na wahala" that premiered at the Royal House of Gold  Outing at Silverbird will be showing in University of Abuja.
                               
                         
The stage is set and the lights are blazing as African Renaissance Theatre (A.R.T.) opens the university tour of Sleep Sef Na Wahala, a play written by Africa Ukoh and directed by Williams Obasi. A.R.T has teamed up with Department Of Thetare Arts, University Of Abuja and an ensemble of ex-Uniabuja theatre arts graduate to bring this production to the campus.
Venue: Open Air Theatre, Mini Campus, Uniabuja and Faculty of Arts Auditorium, Permanent Site, Uniabuja
Date: On 21st and 22nd June 12, 2016.
Time: 6:30PM, daily.

ABOUT THE PLAY
Sleep sef na wahala is a comedy about Amaechi, a half-employed-and-half-unemployed part time worker and full time slave.
After a soul-crushing 72 hour work shift, all Amaechi wants is sleep. Unfortunately for Amaechi, his landlady wants him. His neighbour also wants him. The police want him. Even the friendly neighbourhood preacher wants him. Amaechi just wants sleep. But does sleep want Amaechi?
Shortlisted for the 2009 Abuja Writers’ Forum competition, this hilarious piece of theatre promises big laughs and great entertainment after the class’ wahala.

ABOUT THE PERFORMING COMPANY
African Renaissance Theatre & Entertainment (A.R.T) Ltd (RC:1077414). is an arts and culture organization based primarily in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory (F.C. T) of Nigeria. A.R.T is founded upon values termed EPIC: Excellence, Professionalism, Innovation, and Creativity.
A.R.T focuses on the production of live theatre shows, using the all-embracing nature of theatre to expand our services into the fields of film and television, radio, literature, painting, photography, cultural tourism, cultural heritage, and more.  A.R.T aspires to bring our unique creativity to the expression of the African experience, using the all-embracing umbrella of the theatrical arts to inspire the contemporary evolution of African performance artistry.


This project is supported by Elixir Entertainment, Gwagz Facts, VNT Media, Bluetooth Entertainment, Season 7 Restuarant and Jenny Chisom Blog.

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