Kampala International Theatre Festival to Focus on Migration

The firth edition of the Kampala International Theatre Festival is returning for its firth edition at the Uganda Museum from 23rd to 25th November.

The festival which is organized by Bayimba Cultural Foundation and the Sundance Institute East Africa will run under the theme ‘Migration and the Search for Identity’ and will also feature celebrated playwrights, actors, directors, costume and stage designers.

This edition of the festival programme is directed by Deborah Asiimwe of Sundance Institute and Faisal Kiwewa of Bayimba Cultural Foundation and curated by Herman Kabubi and Annika Rachor will feature productions from Iran, India, South Africa, Uganda, UK and USA.

An actress from ArtSpot Productions and Soulographie presenting a UgandanAmerican production of Erik Ehn’s Maria Kizito directed by Emily Mendelsohn at the festival recently

Whereas the Kampala Theatre Festival serves as a platform for ground breaking playwrights, directors, actors and designers, the 2018 edition sets a new bar that will take theatre funs and audiences through a conversational experience on topics of Migrations, geo-politics, injustice as it is known in the west as well as the search for Identity.

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