Producers of the popular Wogbɛ Jɛkɛ series have called off the Aril 5th & 16th shows, citing “circumstances beyond control”. An official statement signed by Chief Moomen, writer and producer of the show assured that the show will return in July, apologising for inconveniences the new development may bring.
Co-directed by Joyce Anima Misa Amoah and Abdul Karim Hakib, it has been widely patronised over the years for its comprehensive and interesting approach at reconstructing the history of Ghana.
READ THE FULL STATEMENT BELOW:
Heritage Theatre Series regrets to announce that our much publicised show scheduled for the 15th and 16th of April has been cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control.
We are very heartbroken to disappoint all of you who are eager to see WogbeJeke and we wish to assure you that we will be working hard to bring back the play in July.
We wish to thank Key Soap, our only sponsor who have supported us to bring you these amazing productions over the past two years. We hope to entice more sponsors to support our work so we can take it on tour across the country and to some cities around the world.
We are passionate about our vision to package and present Ghanaian history and heritage in exciting ways to engage younger audiences, elevate the consciousness and confidence of Ghanaians and Africans with the power of our shared experiences, and help promote our country to the rest of the world.
Writer and Producer