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Ghost Town

solo performance · constance ejuma · Ages 15+ · world premiere · one person show · 1hr · United States of America

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AIAH SAMBA certified reviewer June 11, 2019
tagged as: genocide · ghost town · Cameroon
To say this performance was breathtaking is an understatement. Haunting, funny, and completely sobering, Ghost Town will remain with you long after your first viewing. And don’t be mistaken, there should be multiple viewings of this tour de force. The play gets its title from the violent displacement of people in towns across present day Cameroon. The show effortlessly brought together the crux of the turmoil and unrest in the nation like a maelstrom of heartbreak. From a corrupt minister to a traumatized 14 year old girl, each character the inimitable Constance Ejuma conjures is completely made whole. Every facial expression down to the tiniest detail gives such nuance that you whole heartedly believe these are different people played by d... full review
TIFANIE MCQUEEN certified reviewer June 10, 2019
This show was well directed and performed and a very informative and moving exploration of the Anglophone crisis in Cameroon. ... full review

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