The third edition of the Kampala International Theatre Festival featured stories like;
The Audience Must say Amen (UG), a play about the deficient cause of Uganda’s identity crisis caught up in the promise of political dystopia.
Barzahk (Lenanon) a play about the many questions that trouble the human mind. From the thought of existence and being through to the end of life, passing through time and the attempt to determine it.
Mourning Sun (Ethiopia/USA), the play tells a story of a bright young girl who is forced to marry at the age of 14.
Kawuna…you’re it! (UG) interweaves three stories surrounding HIV and the stigma it presents ; An orphan left behind because of HIV, an ex-rebel soldier who contracted HIV as a result of war and an elite woman who contracts HIV within her “monogamous” marriage., Kawuna…you’re it! gives voice to the silenced women affected by this disease and their hope for the future.
Other plays featured include Tropical Fish, The Most Wretched of the Earth, Allos – The story of Carlos Bulosan, The Surrogate, Black and Two Faces.