Kids will absolutely love watching Geoffrey Case’s Samurai. It is colourful, lighthearted, and full of movement. Case wrote it with a young audience in mind. The play has themes that are relevant to what is happening in Sri Lanka, and it is hoped that this will get young people thinking.
Kavan engrossed in a rehearsal.
Directed by Tracy Holsinger and produced by Mind Adventures theatre company, the play will be performed on the British Council lawn every evening from the 25th to the 30th of March. If you wish to see it, you may purchase your tickets at the gate, or book in advance by calling Brandon on 0772 828877.
Oh, and by the way, I am in the play. There are two casts. I will be playing on the 26th, 28th and 30th.