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AfroMan Spice return African woman's fetishes on stage

By Denis Nsubuga

Added 27th October 2016 01:16 PM

The play has a cast of three female artists; Rasheeda Namulondo, a poet and actress; Linda Nabasa alias Miss Nada; and Sandra Nankoma alias Sandy Soul.

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AfroMan spice on stage during their debut last year

The play has a cast of three female artists; Rasheeda Namulondo, a poet and actress; Linda Nabasa alias Miss Nada; and Sandra Nankoma alias Sandy Soul.

After staging their 2016 poetic play, What's your Secret, 2nd annual show in July, the inquiries from their audience at National Theatre intended to know whether they can have more than one show in year. They did. Barely four months after, AfroMan Spice, a three-woman theatrical group, is staging one of their plays titled AfroMan Spice Show.

The play has a cast of three female artists; Rasheeda Namulondo, a poet and actress; Linda Nabasa alias Miss Nada; and Sandra Nankoma alias Sandy Soul.

Like their previous staged plays, they are going to address the woman's relationship woes and fantasies for the African man.

 

Directed by Sarah Tebandeke, the play starts showing from Thursday, October 27 to 29 at Bukoto Street-based GEOTHE ZENTRUM in Kamwokya.

Synopsis

Afro Man Spice show is a dramatic play about three African women who each tell their relationship experiences with men.

They all come from different backgrounds and social classes. An independent woman of sort, Marina, is pushed into a psychotic break after her failed marriage. Her neighbour, Kendra, a lonely woman despises and calls her a mad woman of no class. The emotions of these two women are tested when Sarah, a poor spice seller, comes into their lives.

 

She is convinced the food spices she sells can fix broken relationships and encourages the two women to reach their ultimate goal of self-love, happiness and forgiveness.

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