Complete Arts Project production house will on Friday launch their latest theatrical release titled Opus Mystic Ngoda, a searing work of sharp and uncompromising satire, at the Tiffany’s Cresta, Jameson Hotel, in the capital.
According to the writer and director, Peter Churu, it is a frank and full-bodied exploration of music, dance and the spoken word which will probe the evolution of Zimbabwe’s young democracy.
“The nation’s relevant contemporary social and environmental concerns are given a hypnotic, melodic, swashbuckling treatment,” Churu said.
He said after producing the highly acclaimed Bitter Sweet Rhapsody Number One, Complete Arts Project was proud to present yet another new play which is a flamboyant social commentary told through music and dance.
He said they had once again collaborated with various artists in bringing the audiences another theatrical celebration not to be missed.
He said some of the prize winners would walk away with an opportunity to spend a night for two at the Cresta Jameson and also a queen-size bed which was donated by Erin Investments who have greatly supported the production.
Churu said during the launch of the production, which features new actors and the popular actor Conrad Zvinondiramba, there was going to be a special performance by popular singer, David Chifunyise of Tauya Naye fame.
“We believe in the power of art as a medium for social change and development and we will strive for creative excellence as we present entertaining, relevant and inspiring theatre for our valued audiences,” he said.
Tickets for the launch include bronze for $10, silver for $20, gold for $30 and finally platinum for $50, which includes food, drink and an automatic entry into the draw for all.